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HEPPNER GAZETTE TIMES, HEPPNER, OREGON, THURSDAY, JUNE 26, 1930.
K. T. Craig, who was in town on
Monday from his farm northeast of
Lexington, was showing to his
friends a bunch of Turkey Red
which which measured 3 feet and 8
inches from root to tip of head. His
fields of Turkey Red all run over
two and a half feet high, with good
even stands. The kernels are be
ginning to fill nicely.
A car driven by Raymond Clark,
and owned by Garnet Barratt, col
lided with a road sweeper on the
Pendleton highway near the Mor
gan place Sunday. The sudden ap
plication of the brakes on the car
threw Billy Barratt against the
door, fracturing his nose and cut
ting a gash which required several
stitches to close.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Latourell
and daughter Alice returned to
Heppner Monday evening after a
visit with Mr. Latourell's parents.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Latourell at
their Gresham home. The Latour
ells spend the najor portion of each
year at their home in San Diego,
Calif., and will return there shortly.
V. M. Sackett motored to Port
land Friday, accompanied by Miss
Mary Notson, Miss Opal Briggs,
Mrs. Ray Taylor and son Ralph.
After the wedding of Miss Notson
and Mr. Sackett, Miss Briggs went
to Astoria to attend a Methodist
church conference and Mrs. Taylor
and Ralph returned to Heppner.
Kenneth Ackley of the Heppner
Gazette Times staff attended the an
nual meeting of the Oregon State
Editorial association in Astoria Fri
day and Saturday. The editors were
royally entertained, and the busi
ness meetings of much interest
Vawter Crawford was elected a vice
president in the association.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Rood of Hills
boro, who were here for the funeral
of the late Harry Rood, left Mon
day for their home. They were ac
companied by Mrs. Emma Doolittle,
who went to her home at Cottage
Grove after a visit of three weeks
at the home of her son, Lester Doo
little. Heppner is represented at the Cit
izen's Military Training camp at
Vancouver Barracks, Wn., by Earl
Thomson, Rodney Thomson, Carl
Wehmeyer, Maurice Edmundson
and Joe Swindig. The boys motored
to the camp, leaving last Thursday
morning with Earl Thomson.
Mrs. Harold Cohn is enjoying her
study of dancing in Portrland, ac
cording to word received by Hepp
ner friends. She is taking ballet,
character, tap, acrobatic and Span
ish dancing at the Lindendare
school, devoting from four to five
hours daily In her classes.
F. C. White, Mrs. F. B. Nickerson,
Mrs. A. D. McMurdo and sons, Scott
and Bernard, motored to Cove Fri
day to bring back Theodore Mc
Murdo, Francis Nickerson and The
odore Thomson, who had just com
pleted their work at the Episcopal
Carolyn, the little daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. John Bergstrom, received
painful burns on her face when she
stumbled and fell in the campflre
at a picnic on the Harry French
place above Hardman Sunday. She
was brought to Heppner for medi
Mrs. Dorothy Sparks, sister of
Mrs. Harry Rood, was here from
Portland for the last rites of the
late Harry Rood. She expects to
return later to spend some time
with her sister, who accompanied
her on the return journey to Port
Mr. and Mrs. George Geinger of
Pendleton, father and step-mother
of Mrs. Harry Rood, attended the
Harry Rood funeral services Sun
ILL HOPE, HE 51115
Elmer Hake received severe burns
on his knee from a firecracker ex
plosion Saturday night Hake lit
the cracker and when he attempted
to throw it out of the car window it
rebounded and dropped on his knee,
the glass in the door being closed.
Mrs. Lucy Rodgers, county school
superintendent, returned to Hepp
ner Saturday night, after having
been in charge of the Morrow coun
ty group of 4-H club members at
tending the summer school at Ore
gon State college.
Al Rankin and his daughter, Mrs.
H. Whittier and son and Mrs. E.
Deebach motored to Pendleton Sat
urday. The party remained in the
Round-Up city until Monday, ex
cept Mr. Rankin, who returned Sat
Henry Northness was knocked un
conscious when he fell from his
horse while riding after cattle on
Balm Fork Saturday morning. His
dislocated shoulder and minor in
juries were treated by a Heppner
Ray Oviatt received a cut on the
middle finger of his right hand last
Thursday, that required several
stitches to close the wound. The
injury was received when a crank
he was using to start his car slipped.
Jack Hughes, who has been with
the Harold Cohn sheep on the John
Day, was brought to Heppner with
an attack of Rocky Mountain spot
ted fever last Thursday. He re
ceived medical attention here.
Mr. and Mrs. E. G. Bottemiller,
daughter and son, of Redwood City,
Calif., are visiting this week at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. Gay M. An
derson. Mrs. Bottemiller is a sister
of Mrs. Anderson.
Ed Ashbaugh of Portland was a
Heppner visitor Saturday, having
come here to bring his brother Fred
back to his Hardman ranch. Fred
Ashbaugh had been visiting with
Miss Mildred Clowry and Miss
Gretchen Chappell returned to
Heppner Monday after enjoying a
vacation trip by steamer through
the inside passage to Skagway, Al
George Bleakman is serving as a
special policeman for the city of
Heppner during the absence of S. P.
Devin, who is attending the anti-
rime convention in Vancouver, B.
Lowell and Will Geinger of Pen
dleton, brother of Mrs. Harry Rood
accompanied by their wives, were
among out-of-town people here for
the funeral of the late Harry Rood
Theodore Anderson, Eight Mile
farmer, who was in Heppner shop
ping Saturday, believes that pres
ent conditions point to a favorable
crop on his ranch.
Miss Anabel Turner, who is with
her mother, Mrs. Frank Turner, at
La Grande is taking private lessons
in piano, elocution and aesthetic
Miss Alfa Knotts, who had been
visiting with her uncle and aunt,
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Wells, re
turned to her home in Pilot Rock
Mrs. Ed Piercy and children,
Pauline, Virginia and Kenneth, re
turned to Heppner Monday morning
after a visit in Portland and The
Mrs. Roy Johnson, in Heppner
from their ranch in Six Dollar can
yon, reported that they were now
cutting their first crop of alfalfa.
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Rood of
Hermiston were in the city Sunday
to attend the funeral of Mr. Rood s
brother, the late Harry Rood.
Wanted Man to run McNess bus
iness in Morrow county. Make $8-
$15 daily. Furst & Thomas, Dept F,
426 3rd St., Oakland, Calif. . 15p.
Mr. and Mrs. B. R. Patterson
and Mrs. M. L. Curran and daugh
ter, Helen, motored to Arlington
and Condon Sunday.
Leo and Henry Gorger, in town
Saturday from their ranch north of
lone, reported their wheat to be
coming along nicply.
"I was so weak and rundown I
had practically given up hope when
I started Sargon. An attack of yel
low jaundice two years ago had left
in a horiiv wenkened and run
down condition. I suffered with
pains in both sides, and In my
stomach, and no medicines neiyeu
me until I started Sargon. icn nvv
hened and, Invlgor-
tA mr. n thnf T'm ui) and going
every pain In my body is gone and I
feel as good as 1 am yearn nu. n
has been four months since I've
taken Sargon and there has been no
nnnn nf anv nf mv troubles.
"Sargon Pills had a wonderful ef
fect on my liver; my skhi is urai
and healthy-looking and they are
the finest laxatives I ever took."
August Woltman, 85 E. 70th St., N.,
Patterson & Son, druggists, local
Mrs. Helen LeTrace has been re
ceiving medical treatment for an
attack of pleurisy at the Morrow
Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Bauman
were visitors in Heppner Saturday,
having come in from their Willow
creek ranch. .
Harry Turner underwent a minor
operation at Morrow General hos
pital last Thursday morning.
Olaf Bergstrom of Eight Mile was
a visitor in Heppner Saturday.
Mrs. Joe Lieuallen who has been
visiting her niece, Mrs. W. C. Isom
the past week, returned to her home
in Heppner Sunday.
Mrs. Roscoe Williams and child
ren left Thursday for Teco, Wash.,
where she will visit several days
with her paints. She was accom
panied by Mrs. Alfred Houghton.
The three children will spend the
summer with their grandparents.
Mr. and Mrs. B. Croften and Miss
Lottie Haskell of San Diego, Calif.,
are visiting their parents, Mr. and
Mrs. George Haskell.
Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Wells of Port
land were dinner guests of Mr. and
Mrs. W. C. Isom Sunday.
Mrs. Jess Oliver and children
were shopping in Hermiston Friday.
Mac McCoy and Tuts McCall who
have been visiting their grandpar
ents the past two weeks returned to
their home at Imbler Saturday.
They were accompanied by Miss
Verdie Leach who will visit several
days with relatives.
While trying to seperate two fight
ing dogs one day last week, John
Grabeil was quite severely bitten
by one of them, necessitating the
taking of several stitches in the
back of his hand.
The Home Economics club and
also the second division 4-H sewing
club met Thursday with their pres
ident and leader, Mrs. Isom, and
daughter Dorothy. A very pleasant
day was spent by all.
Mr. and Mrs. Vern Jones who re
turned from their fishing trip Fri
day morning were business visitors
in Hermiston Friday afternoon.
The three 4-H club members who
attended the summer school at Cor
vallis the past two weeks, returned
to their homes Saturday, reporting
a very fine time.
Rev. Jensen, a former missionary
in China, conducted services sever
al evenings last week at the church.
He was a guest in the home of Mr.
and Mrs. Carl Alquist during his
Mrs. Sarah White, accompanied
by Maxine and Keith Gentry, has
returned from Dayton.
Mrs. Golda Leathers has returned
from Portland where nhe has been
with her father who is seriously ill.
Mr. Ashbaugh, her father, is in his
home near Hardman. His condition
is not improved.
A surprise dinner was given Sun
day for Mrs. Harvey Miller in honor
of her birthday. Among those pre
sent were Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Miller,
Mr. and Mrs. Merle Miller, Mr. and
Mrs. Ed Miller, Mr. and Mrs. John
Miller, Mr. and Mrs. Karl Miller and
Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Miller.
Lexington grange met Wednesday
evening. The third and fourth de
grees were conferred on Mr. and
Mrs. O. J. Haguewood, and the reg
ular business meeting was held. Af
ter the meeting a social hour was
held, and cake, coffee and sandwich
es were served.
The P. T. A. benefit dance was
held In the Leach Memorial hall
Friday night Although the crowd
was not large, everyone present re
ported an enjoyable evening.
Olivia Baldwin, who has been vis
iting at the home of her grandmoth
er, Mrs. A. Reaney, returned to her
home in Heppner Tuesday after
noon. Miss Helen Wells of Heppner is
visiting with Mrs. Karl Miller.
Mr. and Mrs. J. Devine have re
turned from state grange at Red
mond. A report of their trip will be
given at the next Grange meeting.
Mrs. Paul Hisler, accompanied by
the Misses Patricia and Mary Mon
ahan were visiting Neva Warner
Local ads in the Gazette Times
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
Notice is hereby given that the under
signed was dulty appointed by the
County Court of the State of Oregon
for Morrow County, administrator of
the estate of L. P. Davidson, deceased,
and all persons having claims against
the estate of said deceased, are hereby
required to present the same to said
administrator with proper vouchers, at
the law office of Jos. J. Nys, at Hepp
ner, Oregon, within six months from
the date hereof.
Dated and first published, this 26th
day of June, 1930.
H. D. McCURDY.
IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE
UNITED STATES FOR THE DIS
TRICT OF OREGON.
In the matter of A. M. Phelps, a bank
rupt. IN BANKRUPTCY. No. B-14798.
To the creditors of A. M. Phelps, of
Heppner. Morrow county, Oregon,
Notice is hereby given that there have
been filed in this court by the RECEIV
ER herein a report and petition for an
order of discharge and for allowance
and payment of certain expenses and
compensation as follows:
Transportation. Portland to Hepp
ner and return . $17.48
Premium on receiver's bond 6.00
Pay of A. T. Schoubee (employe
of receiver) 6.00
Meals for A. T. Schoubee 2.00
Telephone tolls .75
Compensation for C. W. Ingram
(the receiver) 15.00
and that a meeting will be held in the
office of the undersigned, referee in
bankruptcy of the above entitled court
in Pendleton. Oregon, at ten o'clock in
the forenoon of the 8th day of July.
1930. for the purpose of considering said
report and petitions: at which time and
place the said creditors may attend, ex
amine said report and petitions and ap
prove the same or file their objections
thereto; and transact such other busi
ness as may properly be brought before
Done and dated at Pendleton. Oregon,
this the twenty-third day of June. 193U.
C. K. CRANSTON.
Referee in Bankruptcy.
NOTICE OF SALE Of ANIMAX
Notice is hereby given that by virtue
of the laws of the State of Oregon I
have taken up the following described
animal found running at large on my
premises In Morrow County. State of
Oregon, and that I will on Saturday.
July li 193U. at the hour of 10 o'clock
in the forenoon of said day at my ranch
three milf northwest of Eight Mile.
Oregon. offer for sale and sell the said
animal to the highest bidder for cash
in hand, unless the same shall have
been redeemed by the owner theidof.
Said animal is described as follows:
One bald faced bay mare, two hind
legs white stockinged, one front leg
white stockinged: branded HPL (con
nected) on left stifle; weight about 1400
15-17 lone. Oregon.
1926 Case Hillside Combine.
Completely overhauled and
ready to take the field. Guar
anteed by us in every way.
This combine is a genuine
A COLUMN OF FUN AND FACTS
(Edited by Dean T. Goodman from
his private sanctum down at the Hepp
Milk shakes, sundaes and
other favorite Ice cream dish
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our fountain, just hit the
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FOR A MEAL
Day or night, drop In and lot
us appease your appetite.
Strawberry shortcake and
fresh vegetables are Included
on our menu now.
ED CHINN, Prop.
JUNE 26, 1930.
HOWDY FOLKS This is the sea
son of the year when cousins from
Kansas and Iowa drive out to pay
you a two day visit and stay all
It is "back to nature" as summer
styles in bathing suits appear.
While it is always the style to
use GOODYEAR TIRES.
Speaking of bathing suits, it
makes a lot of difference in their
eyesomeness whether they are hang
ing on a line or on a limb.
And we have just learned of the
vonnir follow who worked himself
into such a fever on Commencement
Day that he was graduated with a
hundred and two degrees.
It takes only a small jack to
lift an automobile but it takes a
lot of jack to keep it up.
Have you seen our ad in another
column of this edition on 29x4.40
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Tread tires? Never before have
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such a bargain.
From things we see we are
IihI to believe that all the wood
en headed drivers are not on the
Nothing makes a wife madder
than to find her husband testing
his favorite fishing rod in the parlor
by casting flies at the gold fish.
AND WE ARE ALWAYS CAST
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Professor: "Name six wild ani
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l'tipll: "Four lions and a couple
II 1 for golfers, will be a
land where they make a hole in
one every day and have nobody
to tell it to.
KICKEY'S RIOTOUS RHYME
A sultan at odds with his harem,
Thought of a good way to scare 'em
Ho caught him a mouse
Which he freed in the house
Thus comes the first harcm-scarem
This Is the time of year when
Juno bridegrooms commence to get
awfully tired of living on an excla
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