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HEPPNER GAZETTE TIMES, HEPPNER, OREGON, THURSDAY, FEB. 27, 1930.
MRS. A. T. HERE I M. Correspondent
Mr. and Mrs. O. B. Olaon were
pleased to have their sons, Earl and
Ray with their wives and their
wives, and their daughter, Mrs. Les
ter Uthey, with them for a visit
last week. The latter part of the
week all drove up to Fossil and vis
ited Mrs. Pat Pattee. On Tuesday
Mr. and Mrs. Uthey returned to
Mr nd Mrs. J. T. Healey return
ed to Portland on Sunday after sev
eral days visit at the Herelm home.
Thov will Drobablv come up and
again make their home on the ranch
here where they lived for eight
years before going to foruana.
Mr. and Mrs. O. H. Warner were
called to Yakima last Tuesday to
attend the funeral services of a
sister-in-law of Mr. Warner's. The
Warners had a narrow escape on
their return home while driving in
a dense fog, but no one was hurt
Friends are very sorry to learn
that H. E. Waite Buffered a relapse
of flu last week and was forced to
spend several days In bed.
The Home Economics club gave
another of their interesting card
parties Thursday evening at the
Rainville home. There were seven
tables of players with Mrs. Rands
and B. B. Lewis holding high score,
and Mrs. Lewis and Hector Wick
landcr low. Refreshments were
served by Mesdames Mead, Duggan,
Rainville and Coats.
On Tuesday afternoon Mrs. L. Q.
Smith asked a few ladies In to as
sist her in completing the mission
ary sewing. After the work a social
hour was enjoyed.
Lexington, having a fast team and
nnp ril.mlaviner excellent team work,
again outclassed the Boardman
hnvs on the home floor Friday night,
28-8. The local boys will play at
the district tournament at Heppner
Friday and Saturday. The high
school gave the visiting team a re
ception following the game.
Glen Hadley, who was sick last
week, motored to Heppner Saturday
and consulted a physician who or
dered him to bed. He has been
having flu and refused to give up
Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Wlrtz and
baby of Bend stopped Sunday for a
short visit at the Warner's on their
way home from Walla Walla.
Mrs. Anna Furnish and Mr. and
Mrs. M. Struve of Pendleton visited
Sunday at the home of their par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Stephens
who live on the Calahan place. Mrs.
Stephens accompanied her daugh
ters home for a few days' visit.
Mrs. J. R. Johnson and daughter
Rni-hul and Rav Barlow, motored
to The Dalles on Monday where
they met Deibert Johnson who nas
been In Portland for several weeks.
The Misses Spike and Henry
spent the week-end at their respec
tlve homes In Echo and Athena.
Dillons were nleascd to have Mr.
and Mrs. Allen Dlbbert and two
children and Robert Bergcr and
Miss La Vern Brown of Gateway
as euests Sunday. Mr. Dlbbert is
a brother of Mrs. Dillon.
Joe Muller and family who have
lived on the Droject for a number
of years are leaving for Idaho to
Mrs. Myers and three children
have come from The Dalles and
hAvo rented the C. G. Blayden home
Mrs. Myers is a daughter of Rich
Bert Bennett and family have
moved from Arlington and are liv
ing on the Fortier place.
All the dancing contingent are an
tininatlnir the Senior Frolic which
is to be held March 15. Everyone
Is Invited to this dance which 13 a.i
wavs accompanied by carnival fea.
tures. Receipts are used to help
defrav expenses for the seniors'
Keep the date of the P. T. A.
meeting In mind, Friday night, Feb.
2S Tha little rhythm orchestra will
again make their appearance in
The missionary meeting of the
Ladles Aid was held Wednesday in
the church. At the close of the bus
iness session Mrs. MesBenger and
Mrs. Johnson served dainty refresh
ments. The next meeting will be
the silver tea, March 4, at the home
of Mrs. M. K. Flickinger. At this
time names will be drawn for the
capsules for the ensuing three
months. All the new comers on the
Droiect are especially asked to come
out and get acquainted.
The meetings conuuetea by Rev.
Seely have proved to be of much
interest. Rev. Mr. Seely is a fluent
Bpeaker and has a real message for
Mrs. Rands received word of the
death of Mr. Lambirth of Echo, the
father of Mrs. Hiatt Mr. Lambirth
has been ill for a long time.
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Carr of O'Hat
ton, Alberta, Canada, are visiting
at the Wilbanks home. They are
great aunt and uncle.
Ada Wilbanks has been having
trouble attain with an infection in
her face which broke, relieving her
of her pain. There seems to be a
Roy Duncan has traded hia Wil
low creek and Boardman ranches
for a ranch near Eugene. A man is
coming from Eugene to farm the
place where Muller has lived the
past few years.
Mr. and Mrs. Walne Christopher
of Pendleton and Mr. and Mrs. W.
Basse of Centerville, Wash., were
recent visitors at the G. A. Harju
BUTTER MOST ECONOMICAL.
A dairy farmer trying to save
money by selling cream and then
buying butter substitutes is actually
losing money, according to figures
compiled by N. C. Jamison, exten
sion dairy specialist for Oregon.
Jamison figured that a 10 per cent
drop in butterfat prices means an
average loss of $250 a year to a
dairyman owning 10 cows, while the
outside amount he could save dur
ing the year by using substitutes
would be only $37.50.
1 IGRAY HAIR IS
Tells How She Did It With a Home-
Mrs E. H. Boots, a well-known
resident of Buchanan County, la.,
who darkened her gray hair, made
the following statement:
"Anyone can darken their gray or
faded hair, and look twenty years
younger with this simple remedy,
which they can mix at home. To
half a pint of water add 1 ounce of
bay rum, one small box of Barbo
Compound and H ounce of glycer
ine. These ingredients can be pur
chased at any drug store ai very
iittln rant. AddIv to the hair every
other day until the gray hair Is
darkened sufficiently. It does not
color the scalp, is not greasy and
does not rub off. It will make a
gray-haired person look twenty
years younger. (Adv.)
1928 Durant 2-door
1926 Chevrolet Coupe
NOW IN SEASON
We serve them fresh,
-or you may get them
Shell Fish of
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No matter how little
or how much, here
you get 6 guaran.
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checks alwayt January
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TTmmiEiE Hmipoii&taot IFactdh&
IEsnnEHfc Hot tmie (Dgdst if
1. How much it costs to make the car
2. Iiow much extra you pay the dealer
3. How much it costs for operation and up'heep
The PURCHASE of an automobile involves
a considerable amount of money and it
should be carefully considered from all
angles before a final decision is made.
The value of the car to you depends on
the value built into it at the factory, how
much extra you pay the dealer for dis
tribution, selling, financing and accessories
and what it will cost to operate and main
tain the car after purchase. Each of these
factors, as it relates to the Ford car, is
frankly explained below.
Economy in production
The FORD CAR is made economically be
cause of the efficiency of Ford production
methods. The money saved through this
efficiency is put back into the car injim
proved quality of material and in greater
care and accuracy in manufacturing. The
constant effort is to eliminate waste and
find ways to make, each part better and
better without increasing cost frequently
at lowered cost.
Because of Ford economies in large
production and because the Ford organiza
tion operates on a low-profit margin, the
price you pay for the car is much lees than
it would be under any other conditions.
Yet it brings you many unusual features
of construction and performance.
At least $75 extra value is represented
alone by the Triplex shatter-proof glass
windshield, the Rustless Steel, the four
Houdaille double-acting hydraulic shock
absorbers, and the five steel-spoke wheels.
The unusually large number of ball and
roller bearings and the extensive use of
fine steel forgings instead of castings or
stampings are additional features that
reflect the high quality built into every
part of the car. Throughout, it is a value
far above the price you pay.
Low dealer charges
The SAME PRINCIPLES of efficiency and
economy that -characterize the manufac
ture of the Ford car are applied also to
distribution. 0bviously it would do the
public little good to save in production if
these savings avere sacrificed later in ex
cessive costs of selling, financing and
The Ford dealer, therefore, operates on
the same low-profit margin as the Ford
Motor Company, his discount or commis
sion being the lowest of any automobile
dealer. He does a good business because
he makes a small profit on many sales
'instead of a large profit on fewer sales.
FOTE THESE LOW PRICES
Roadster . . $433
Phaeton . $440 Tudor Sedan $500
Coupe . . $500 Sport Coupe $530
Two-window Fordor Sedan . . $600
Three-window Fordor Sedan . . $625
Convertible Cabriolet .... $645
Town Sedan $670
( All price . o. b. Detroit)
The lower cost of selling, combined with
the low charges for financing and acces
sories, means a direct saving of at least
$50 to $75 to every purchaser of a Ford,
in addition to the savings made possible
by economies in manufacturing. The
money you pay for a Ford goes into value
in the car. It is not wasted in high dealer
Lomv up'keep costs
It IS IMPORTANT to remember that the
cost of your automobile is not the first
cost only, but the total cost after months
and years of service. Here again there is
a decided saving when you buy a Ford.
The cost of operation and up-keep ia
lower because of simplicity of design, the
high quality of material, and the reduction
of friction and wear through unusual ac
curacy in manufacturing and assembling.
The reliability and longer life of the car
contribute to its low depreciation per year
The intelligent, painstaking service ren
dered by Ford dealers is under close fac
tory supervision and is a factor in the low
up-keep cost of the Ford. All labor is
billed at a flat rate and replacement parts
are always available at low prices through
Ford dealers in every section of the
In two, three or five years, depending
on how much you drive, the saving in
operating and maintaining a new Ford will
amount to even more than the saving on
the first cost of the car.
FORD MOTOR COMPANY
MrVlMWittoiiiiil Extra C(t
Triplex shatter-proof glass windshield
At least $50 extra value is represented in just these
few features of the new Ford car most of them
exclusive to Ford in the low-price field. Yet they are
given to you without extra cost.
Other important features are the four Houdaille
Rustless Steel Five steel-spoke wheels
hydraulic double action shock absorbers, the safety
of the fully enclosed four-wheel brakes, the alumi
num pistons, the chrome silicon alloy valves and un
usual accuracy in manufacturing. In design, mater
ial and performance the new Ford is a value far
above the price.
$435 up f . o. b. Detroit
Call or telephone for a demonstration
Service Ford Batteries are now $7.75
LATOURELL AUTO COMPANY