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HEPPNER GAZETTE TIMES, HEPPNER, OREGON, THURSDAY, MARCH 27, 1930.
Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Poulson re
turned to Heppner Sunday night
after spending a week in the Wil
lamette valley. Mrs. Poulson visit
ed at the home of her parents In
Eugene, while Mr. Poulson was in
terviewing prospective teachers for
the next year's faculty of the Hepp
ner schools. Mr. Poulson reports
plenty of experienced teachers avail
able for the vacancies In the local
Burton Peck of Lexington has
purchased a John Deere tractor
from the Peoples Hardware com
pany. R. B. Rice of Lexington has
purchased a Case Eagle tractor
from the same firm and with it is
getting his land plowed at a rate of
25 acres every 10 hours.
Mr. and Mrs. C. W. McNamer, ac
companied by Mrs. Lucy Rodgers,
motored to Walla Walla Sunday and
returned Monday to Heppner after
a visit with Mrs. McNamer's broth
er, T. C. Rodgers, and Mrs. Rod
gers. Harry Shriever was in the city on
Saturday from his farm home a
few miles north of Lexington. Blus
try March weather still prevails out
his way but he looks for better
growing conditions soon. Grain is
coming along quite well.
Rice R. McHaley left Heppner for
his home In Prairie City Friday,
for a visit with his children, two of
whom will be home from their col
lege and university work for their
Mr. and Mrs. Darl E. Hudson are
the parents of a 9-pound son, born
last Thursday at the home of Mrs.
Hudson's mother, Mrs. S. H. Shan
non. Mother and son are doing
Mrs. Leonard Barr of Portland
arrived iq Heppner Sunday to spend
a visit of about six weeks at the
home of her daughter, Mrs. Melvin
A large new safe was Installed in
the Peterson Jewelry, store Tues
day, the one formerly used Being
inadequate to provide for present
Clarence Bauman, Morrow coun
ty sheriff, returned to Heppner Tu
esday night after taking a prisoner
to the state penitentiary at Salem.
Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Case returned
to Heppner Friday after making a
business trip, and visiting friends,
in the Willamette valley.
A. J. Goodman of Portland, fath
er of Dean T. Goodman, was in
Heppner Wednesday visiting with
the Goodman family.
Alonzo Edmundson went to Port
land Friday and returned to Hepp
ner Sunday after receiving medical
attention in the city.
Frank Turner motored to Yaki
ma, Wash., Wednesday to look after
business matters connected with
Mr. and Mrs. Merl Miller of Lex
ington were in town Saturday vis
iting friends and shopping.
Don't miss "Ed's Co-ed," starting
tomorrow for two days at Star theater.
Lost Gypsy ear ring and one jet
ear ring. Finder please leave at
Gazette Times office. 2-4.
For Sale Pure bred Barred Rock
roosters. - Herman Neilson, Rood
NEW MANAGER HERE.
' John Anglin of Yakima, Wash.,
former manager of one of the Mac
Marr grocery stores in that city,
took over the management of the
Heppner store Monday. Mrs. Ang
lin and their daughter, Rachel Jo
sephine, will remain in Yakima un
til the close of school. Fred Painter,
who has been in charge of the local
store, fell about three months ago,
injuring his hip. Later he was trou
bled by breaking of the arches in
both feet. In order that he may re
ceive the best of medical attention,
he has taken leave from his work
and with Mrs. Painter went to Port
land Wednesday to receive treat
ment. It is probable that he will
return to the Heppner store upon
recovery from his injuries.
On Sunday evening there will be
no evening service at the Church of
Christ. Instead pastor and people
will journey to Pine City and with
the good people of that section have
a great service. There will be an
abundance of good music and fine
fellowship. The hour of service is
7:30 and it takes about one hour to
drive out Come along! The title
above is the subject that will be
discussed at that time.
Morning services will be at the
usual hour and place. The morning
sermon will be, "Saved and How to
MILTON W. BOWER, Minister.
ROAD SURVEY STARTS.
A survey of the Heppner-Spray
road is being made by the U. S.
bureau of public roads preparatory
to letting the contract for construc
tion work. The sum of $75,000 will
be spent on grading alone.
Fifteen cases of influenza, and one
each of scarlet fever, measles and
mumps, were reported existing in
Morrow county for the week end
ing March 22, by the Oregon state
board of health.
9:45 a. m. Sunday school, 11 a. m.
preaching, message, "Commanding
Faith." 6:30 p. m. Epworth League.
7:30 p. m. preaching, message, "How
to Live Forever." Junior league
meets Saturday afternoon at 2:30
SOCIETY TO MEET.
The Women's Missionary society
of the Church of Christ will meet
Tuesday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock
at the home of Mrs. E. R. Huston.
1928 Durant 2-door
Model T Ford
When you purchase new things for your
home, don't overlook the relation between
your purchases and your insurance cover
age. It's an easy matter to double or treble
the value of the contents of your home with
out noticing it.
Check up on your contents fire policy
F. W. Turner & Co.
Representing Reliable Companies.
Bank Credit and
The key to ready bank
credit lies in the size of
your average balance.
Build up your bank bal
ance with us and you al
ways have a bulwark for
emergencies ready bank
credit for all business opportunities.
Farmers & Stockgrowers National
Heppner Bank Oregon
BBIEFS OF KECOBDS FILED AT :
COUNTY CLEBK'S OFFICE I
Roy E. Duncan et ux to Arthur
E. Davis, WHSE14 and ESW of
Sec. 6, Tp. 2 N, R. 23 E, (except O.
R. & N. Co. right of way). 160
acres, approximate location, 4 mi. N
Cecil on Willow creek.
Clyde W. Wagner to E. Burton,
WMiNW& of Sec. 34, Tp. 2 N, R. 24
E, approximate location 3-4 mi. W
Circuit Court Complaints.
Federal Land Bank of Spokane,
a corporation, vs. Harvey L. McAlis
ter et al. Plaintiff seeks foreclosure
and sale of mortgage on SWA of
Sec. 27 and NW& of Sec. 34, EM
NE'i, and SENW of Sec. 33,
SEVi and EHSW of Sec. 28, all in
Tp. 1 N, R. 26 E, 720 acres; approx
imate location 8 mi. NE Lexington,
to satisfy unpaid Installments on
promissory nte for $7000, dated
Oct 21, 1918, and to be paid off
under amortization pinn by April
21, 1953. Also plaintiff seeks inter
est, amounts paid on delinquent
taxes, attorney's fee, plaintiff's costs
Mortgage. Partial Release.
George J. Currin to John Kil
kenny et al, EliSWVt and WSE'4
Sec. 28 and SWIiNWH and NWt
SE'i, Sec. 33, Tp. 4 S, R. 29 E, ap
proximate location 4 mi. S Carlton's
Satisfaction of Mortgages.
Otto Rietmann, administrator to
Edward Rietmann et ux, promis
sory note Sept. 17, 1924, 3 years,
$3160; lot 4, SWVtNW',4, Sec. 2, Tp.
1 N, R. 24 E; SVVt, Sec. 35, Tp. 2
N, R. 24 E; near Ella.
Otto Rietmann, administrator, to
Walter Rietmann, promissory note,
May 3, 1926, 3 years, $357850; SVi
SW'4, Sec. 20 and W Sec. 29 and
NEVi, Sec. 30, Tp. 1 N, R. 25 E, 560
acres; approximate location 3 mi.
NE Jordan Siding.
State of Oregon to Roy A. Camp
bell et ux, promsisory note June 5,
1920, 1 year, $5000; SM, Sec. 16,
SEU, Sec. 17 and WVjE, Sec. 21,
Tp. 2 S, R. 25 E, 640 acres; approx
imate location 4 mi. S Lexington.
Edward Rietmann et ux to Mar
garet Rietmann, promissory note,
Nov. 13, 1929, 2 years, $3160; Lot 1
and SWV4NW, Sec. 2 and SW'i,
Sec. 35, Tp. 1 N, R. 24 E; near Ella.
Walter Rietmann to Margaret
Rietmann, promissory note, Nov. 13,
1929, 2 years, $3578.50; SSWy4, Sec.
20 and W, Sec. 29, and NEVi, Sec.
30, Tp. 1 N, R. 25 E, except small
triangular tract in Sec. 30; approx
imate location 3 mi. NE Jordan
George W. Lund to W. O. Bayless,
promissory note, Dec. 1, 1929, 3
years, $1300; lots 3, 4, 5, block 2,
Mt Vernon 2nd Add. to Heppner
and adjacent tract between S. line
these lots and extension of Morgan
St., W boundary extension W line
lot 3, and E boundary extension E
line lot 5; near Union Pacific sta
tion. Warranty Deds.
I. O. O. F. lodge No. 135 to Mar
garet Rietmann, lot 11, block 2, J. O.
O. F. cemetery, lone, $25.
P. J. Doherty to State of Oregon,
W 100 feet, block 14, Will's Add. to
Fannie O. Rood estate to O. E.
Johnson, SN and SEVt, Sec. 22
and WViSWU, Sec. 23, Tp. 5 S, R.
26 E; approximate location Vi mi.
NE Parker's Mill, $2080.
Quit Claim Dwds.
Charles Va-jhn et al to Shell Oil
Co.. lots 3. 4, !. block 2, Mt Vernon
Add. to Heppner and adjacent tract
between 3 line these lots and exten
sion of Morgan St, W boundary ex
tension W line lot 3 and E boundary
extension E line lot 5, near Union
Pacific station, $450.
Charles H. Latourell to Shell Oil
Co., lots 3, 4, 5, block 2, Mt. Vernon
Add. to Heppner and tract No. 150,
near Union Pacific station, $1.
Shell Oil company to George W.
Lund, lost 3, 4, 5, block 2, Mt Ver
non 2nd Add. to Heppner and ad
jacent tract between S line these
lots and extension of Morgan St,
W boundary extension W line lot
3, and E boundary extension E line
lot 5; near Union Pacific station,
Minnie E. Smith et vir to Harry
E. Wright et al. lots 3, 5, 6, SEVl
NWV4. NESW4 and NHSEVi,
Sec. 6, Tp. 6 S, R. 25 E, NWiSWVi,
Sec. 5, Tp. 6 S, R. 25 E. approximate
location, H mi. W Mallory mill, $10.
Satisfaction of Judgment
Minnie E. Smith vs. Frank Gil
liam, $1781.85 and $100.50 cost and
Circuit Court Complaints.
F. B. Nickerson et al vs. T. M.
Keller, suit at law, plaintiff seeka
$45 for alleged services and costa
Circuit Court Information.
State of Oregon vs. John O. Hott
man, criminal case, charging defen
dant with Illegal operation of dis
tillery for manufacture of Intoxi
FOR SMART APPEARANCE
BETTER WEARING QUALITY
WITH REINFORCED SLEEVES
Extra yarn is knit in from armhole to cuff, giving addi
tional service at the place where most sweaters first chow
evidence of wear. It costs more to make the sleeves in this
better way, giving a premium in value to you. This sweater
combining style and quality is made in solid colors and
Coat Style Sweaters $5.00 to $7.50
Slip Over Sweaters $4.00 to $6.00
The Store of Personal Service
SPEEDY and ECONOMICAL
For convenience, dependability and reasonable pricey on ship
ments between HEPPNER, PORTLAND and JOHN DAY High
way points, make use of our DAILY SERVICE. Our trucks will
call at your door to pick-up and deliver freight Shipments are
protected by $10,000 cargo insurance.
John Day Valley Freight Line
Office on May St. Phone 1363. M. Venable, Mgr.
Harry L. Corliett
raid Adv., Corbill for Governor Com., Floyd J. Cooi, Field Mgr.
Doors open 7 :30 p. m. J Show starts 8 p. m. Theater Phone 473, Home 635.
Admission: Children wider 12, 20c; Adults, 40c Applies to all programs
SUBJECT TO CHAMPS WITHOUT NOTICE
Thursday, Mar. 27: Last day of PERSONALITY,
with Sally Starr and Johnny Arthur, based on
domestic troubles of Sandy and Lil.
PHYLLIS VAN KIMMELL
Sunday, March 30:
NANCY CARROLL In
with Richard Arlen and Warner Oland.
Thrilling romance, Dangerous Adventure. A womna-hatlng man and
a man-loving woman alone on a South Sea Island. Based on story by
Joseph Conrad. All talking.
Also DANCING GOBS, two reel talking comedy.
Monday-Tuesday, March 31-Apr. 1 :
MARION DA VIES In
NOT SO DUMB
Based on stage comedy "Dulcy." A howl from start to finish. Not
Also Laurel and Hardy in MEN OF WAB, all talking comedy.
Wednesday-Thursday, April 2-3:
B.ICARDO CORTEZ and HENRY B. WALTHALL In
THE PHANTOM IN THE HOUSE
The drama of a man who -went to prison for another's crime.
tnlking. Also A NIGHT IN DIXIE, two rpel talking comedy.
Friday-Saturday, April 4-5:
VICTOR McLAGLEN, FIFI DORSAY and EL BENDEL in
HOT FOR PARIS
All talking, laughing, wise cracking successor to "The Cock Eyed
World." with the same prinripnK
Beginning Sunday, April 6, for a solid week,
THE MACY PLAYERS, a company of eight
stage artists, with a change of program each
night. Comedy, . Drama, Vaudeville, Singing,
Dancing. No pictures.
THERE WILL BE NO APRIL CALENDAR, because we are
not positive as to what our playing policy will be. Watch
Spring and Paris
They simply breathe Parii
. . . with the new waist
lines and feminine touches so
dear to the Parisian! They
fairly radiate spring . . .
with the printed flower pat
terns and the new bright
You could wear these silk
dresses at any spring occa
sion . . . and feel and look
the smartest version of the
1930 mode! We know you'll
like the moulded waistlines,
the even hemlines, the soft
bows, the new sleeves and
necklines . . . and the per
fect little details that count
so much. Sizes for women,
misses and juniors.
Store riione 592
IIKITNER, ORE. Mumigor's I'hone 1383
A smart, two button,
single - breasted model
with the style assurance
that is so necessary
these days. Peak lapel-
or notch lapel; if you
prefer it A selection of
fabrics in the colors of
Marathon hats are priced
low enough to appeal to
everyone, yet high enough
to incorporate all the
points of Quality that a
really good hat ought to
have. In styles and col
ors to match the new
Good shoes are a J. C
Penney Co. specialty.
These oxfords are in
black or tan also a se
lection of styles. Built
of sturdy leathers for
service well made for
comfort and fit.
buy all three at
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