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HEPPNER GAZETTE TIMES, HEPPNER, OREGON, THURSDAY, JULY 3, 1930.
60 WEDDED YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. C A. Low of lone
Long Together; Other Events
Of Week Told.
JENNIE E. McMVRRAY.
Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Low celebra
ted their sixtieth wedding anniver
sary last Thursday. June 26. They
were married in Newark, Kendall
county, Illinois, in 1870. Mrs. Low's
maiden name is Margaret Finlay
son. Mr. Low was born in Gover
neur, St Lawrence county, New
York, and his wife is a native of
Scotland, coming to the United
States when a child. Mr. Low is a
Civil war veteran, having gone to
the service from New York state.
He has been a member of the Ma
sonic lodge for 62 years and was a
member of the Heppner G. A. R.
post until the charter was surren
dered. This month Mr. Low will be
89 years old. His good wife is 81.
Mr. Low is a carpenter by trade
and in following his chosen work,
he and his wife have lived in many
states in the union, finally coming
to Oregon where they have lived
for the last twenty years.
The June meteing of the Past
Grand club of the Rebekah lodge
was held last Friday afternoon at
the pleasant ranch home of Mrs.
Victor Rietmann. Besides the hos
tess, those in attendance were Mrs.
Vida Heliker, Mrs. Etta Howell,
Mrs. Delia McCurdy, Mrs. Etta Bris
tow, Miss Lucile Bristow, Mrs. Clara
Howk, Mrs. Lena Lundell, Mrs.
Glayds Drake and Mrs. Alice Mc
Nabb. The ladies started work on
a friendship quilt which they plan
to make and sell for the benefit of
the club. A very happy afternoon
was spent, the guests especially en
joying the delicious home-made ice
cream and cakes which were served
by the hostess.
Locust chapter O. E. S. of lone
met with Ruth chapter of Heppner
last Friday evening, being the in
vited guests of the sister chapter.
During the session, two members
were received into the order, one
by initiation and one by affiliation
Refreshments were served in the
dining room which was gay with
spring flowers. Those in attendance
from lone were George Ely, worthy
patron, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Howk,
Fannie Griffith, Ruby O. Roberts,
Ruth B. Mason, Alice McNabb, Lola
McCabe, Jessie McCabe, Mr. and
Mrs. Dwight Misner, Viola Lieual-
len, Mrs. R. W. Brown and Mrs.
On Sunday Mr. and Mrs. J. W.
Howk and son Alan attended the
wedding of Miss Myrtle Sailing and
Mr. Max Hooper at the home of the
bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Guy
Sailing at Arlington. The young
couple will make their home at Yak
ima, Carl Linn arrived in lone on Sun
day, coming from spurns. He is
visiting at the home of his parents,
Mr. and Mrs. P. J. Linn. Mrs. Linn
who is at Cathlamet, Wash., will
join him later.
Mr. and Mrs. Blain Blackwell in
company with Mr. and Mrs. Elbert
Colvin of Eugene have been enjoy
ing a visit at the home of the par
ents of Mr. Blackwell and Mrs. Col
vin at Monument, and also a fishing
trip to the lakes in the vicinity of
lone met defeat in the ball game
Sunday at Fossil, the score being
9-4. Next Sunday, July 6, the game
will be with Wasco on the local
Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Shipley are
visiting at the home of Mrs. Ship
ley's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Earl
Allen at Lostine. They will remain
until after the Fourth.
J. E. Grimes has purchased the
W. E. Bullard residence on Third
Louis Bergevin returned from a
trip to Baker the first of the week,
bringing with him his wife and two
children who had been visiting for
a few weeks at the home of Mrs.
Bergevin's mother, Mrs. King.
Frank Wilson, a pioneer resident
of Morrow county who now makes
his home at Santa Ana, Cal., is here
for the harvest season. Mr. Wilson
states that the wheat on his land
gives promise of good yield.
Dallas Ward who teaches in a
high school in Minneapolis, Minn.,
returned recently and is visiting his
mother, Mrs. Ola Ward, at Lexing
ton. Mr. Ward has been re-elected
to the same position in the Minne
apolis school for next year a posi
tion he has held ever since his grad-1
uation from Uregon State college
in 1927. Sunday he played ball with
our team at Fossil.
Miss Kathryn Feldman, a soph
omore at the University of Oregon.
is spending the summer vacation
with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Carl
Feldman. at the ranch home.
Mr. and Mrs. Paul L. Turner of
Santa Marie, Cal., recently spent a
day at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Elmer Griffith. Mr. and Mrs. Tur
ner are making an extended tour of
the Pacific northwest
On Friday of last week Mrs. C. W.
Swanson and daughter, Norma,
drove to Husum, Wash., to spend a
day with Carlton Swanson.
Alvin Harris of Portersville, Cal.,
visited briefly last week with Hazel
Ledbetter. Mr. Harris is an old
friend of the Ledbetter brothers,
having lived formerly in North Car
olina, the same state from which
the Ledbetter boys came. He was
traveling by auto and from here
was going to British Columbia, Can.
L. D. Hale, wife and daughter
have returned home from a pleas
ant auto trip to various points in
the western part of the state.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank White of
Kelso, Wash., arrived in lone last
week for a short visit From here
Mr. and Mrs. White went to Echo.
Jack Grimes made a trip to Gold
Beach last week, taking a truck
load of the W. E. Bullard house
Many Ionites were in attendance
at the Morrow county farmers and
merchants gat-together picnic and
field day meet held Sunday at the
Rugg farm on Rhea creek. Those
who were present estimate the num
ber partaking of the picnic dinner
at four hundred.
Neil and Annie Doherty who have
been attending summer school in
Pendleton for the past two weeks
returned home by stage on Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Ruckman
and four children of Marionville.
Mo., have come for a visit at the
home of Willard Hawley. They ar
rived Wednesday. Mrs. Ruckman
is a sister of Bert Michel. They
will probably locate in this vicinity.
Bill McDaid, accompanied by
Mary Catherine and Margaret and
Katherine Doherty motored to the
Meacham park Sunday where they
attended a picnic which was held
there. They were met in Meacham
by Nora McDaid, Agnes Doherty,
and Miss Mae Doherty who drove
down from La Grande.
Merle Bennett of Portland is vis
iting with his parents, Mr. and Mrs.
G. L. Bennett He expects to stay
here for a while and help with the
harvesting at the Bennett ranch.
Mrs. Bennett will remain in Port
land for the rest of the summer.
Bernard and John Doherty of
Sand hollow drove to Heppner and
Willard Hawley and Frank Ruck
man and son Fred were in Lexing
ton on business Saturday.
The haying commenced at the B.
P. Doherty ranch last Monday and
will probably continue for the next
Mr. and Mrs. Claud Finley and
son Claudy spent Saturday looking
after business interests in Lexing
Pat Curran left Saturday for Pen
dleton and from there went to Hot
Lake where he will remain for a
A Cooling Drink
A milk shake, malted
milk, or ice cream so
da, made with Pride
of Oregon ice cream
every demand for a
cooling drink. Drinks
made with our ice
cream are highly nu
tritious, too, for we
use rich Morrow coun
ty cream in its manu
facture. Next time you have
the desire for a cool
ing drink step up to a
PRIDE OF OREGON
ice cream, and your
thirst will be delight
Mr. Irl Clary was transacting bus
iness in Lexington and Heppner
Fred Nelson of La Grande who
has been working in the harvest
fields for Dan Doherty for the past
month left for his home Thursday
Willard Hawley was a business
visitor in Lexington and Heppner
Dan Doherty, accompanied by his
nieces, Theresa Doherty and Evelyn
Doherty, motored to Pendleton on
business last Thursday.
Miss Celatha Lambirth and Lester
Lambirh were shopping in Hermis
Mrs. P. J. Curran and Miss Cath
erine McDaid were visiting friends
in the Juniper vicinity Thursday.
Mr. and Mrs. John Nirschl and
daughter Juanita were in Alpine on
business Tuesday from their home
Young Couple Married
In Heppner on Monday
Miss Melba Hughes, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Matt Hughes of Black
butte, was married to Roy Quack-
enbush, son of Mr. and Mrs. R. H.
Quackenbush at their home in the
Case rooms Monday evening. The
services were conducted by Rev. B.
Stanley Moore pastor of the Epis
copal church. The wedding of the
young couple was a quiet affair,
with only the parents of the bride
groom being present
Both Mr. and Mrs. Quackenbush
have resided in Morrow county for
the greater portion of their lives.
Mrs. Quackenbush is a graduate of
the Heppner grade school and was
a student in the local high school
for a time. Mr. Quackenbush is a
graduate of Heppner grade school.
Until a few months ago he was em
ployed by Alfalfa Lawn dairy. Mrs.
Quackenbush, until just recently,
had been employed at Cottage Inn.
The couple will make their home on
Mr. Quackenbush's ranch on Rhea
EX-COUNTYITES TO PICNIC.
Friday, July 4, has been set as
the day for the annual reunion and
picnic of the Morrow County ex
Residents association, to be held in
Laurelhurst park, Portland, begin
ning at noon, according to Mrs. Ida
J. Ellis, president. Those partici
pating are asked to bring picnic
lunch and table service.
CLINICS BEING HELD.
Follow-up meetings to the child
welfare clinics conducted through
the cooperation of local Parent
Teacher associations, Heppner phy
sicians, and Miss Edith Stallard,
county nurse, are being conducted.
A clinic was held In Heppner Wed
nesday afternoon and another will
be at Lexington this afternoon. Oth
er dates announced are lone, Tues
day afternoon, Irrlgon next Thurs
day morning nad Boardman in the
afternoon. The babies are reweigh
ed and re-measured. A general
check-up is made, and recommenda
GEO. O'DANIELS DIES.
Funeral services for George O'
Daniels of Pendleton, who lived in
Heppner about 35 years ago, were
held in Pendleton Saturday. Mr.
O'Daniel's death occurred last
Thursday at Bingham Springs,
where he had gone in an attempt to
regain his health.
For Sale Rhode Island Red eggs
for setting, high egg-producing
strain, 50c per setting. Ralph But
ler, Cecil, Ore. 51 ti.
For Sale 50 tons alfalfa hay. See
Art Parker, Heppner, Ore. 45tf.
Is your hot water HOT? If not
call Gibb the plumber, Peoples
Hardware Co., phone 702, residence
phone 1412. No Job too big or too
small. Prompt attention to all calls.
Pomona Grange Program
Set for lone on Saturday
An invitation is extended the pub
lic to attend the program of the
Pomona grange beginning at 2 o -clock
Saturday afternoon under the
auspices of the Willows grange in
lone. An extensive program has
been arranged for the occasion.
Numbers announced and to be
presented by the various granges
are: mnsic, children's band, lone
grange; reading, Mrs. R. S. Wilson,
Boardman; accordian solo, F. A.
Lundell, Willows; surprise, O. E.
Wright, Rhea Creek; piano solo,
Harold Finnell, Willows; talk, C. C.
Hulet, master Oregon State grange;
vocal duet, Mrs. Claude Coats and
Mrs. G. E. Gillespie; declamation,
Donald Heliker, Willows; clarinet
solo, Belle Frederickson, Irrigon;
address, S. E. Notson, Heppner;
playlet, "School Days," Lexington;
music, children's band, lone.
Try a G. T. Want Ad.
On these warm days. Wear a wool suit
that is smart-looking and comfortable. We
have a complete stock of JANTZEN and
WEBFOOT suits in beautiful color combin
ations, and at reasonable prices, too.
JANTZEN SWIMMING SUITS
Ladies' Shouldaire Twosomes, a new sun
back model, $6.00
Ladies' Plain Models, in attractive colors,
Men's Speed Suits, a snappy model, cut to
permit the utmost freedom of action, $5.50.
Men's Twosomes, a one-piece suit in two
piece effect, $6.00.
Kiddies' Sunsuits, ideal for the little tots,
for play in sun or pool, $1.35.
WEBFOOT SWIMMING SUITS
(A Jantzen Make)
Young Men's, $3.45 Ladies', $4.25
Children's Models, ages 7 to 14, $2.45
The Store of Personal Service
Insured- "Inside and Out
Fire-loss protection is not safe unless it cov
ers all your possessions. Residence Contents
Fire Insurance specifically indemnifies
against loss through fire-damage to Furni
ture, Clothing, Jewelry, Books, Art Objects,
etc. Be sure your limits are adequate for all
recent additions. We will be glad to quote
rates without obligation.
F. W. Turner & Co.
Published In the Interests of the people of Heppner and vicinity by
THE TUM-A-LUM LUMBER CO., Phone 912
Heppner, Oregon July 3, 1930.
Boards are fine
things. They are con
structed in Nature's
laboratory and fill
many and varied uses
of man. They will
withstand a great deal
of rough treatment
But the finest board is
absolutely unable to
and decay if left ex
posed to Oregon wea
ther for any length of
time. Paint is much
cheaper than lumber
and is the best pre
servative we have
Paint now or repair
later is true of all un-
painted buildings. Chi
cago Paint is the best
A mule has 2 legs B
And two has he B 4
U stand B hind B 4 U
What the 2 B hind
Do you need a car
penter to build a cab
inet or do work of any
kind in your home?
Call 912 and we'll send
you a man who knows
how to do it.
Wm. Driscoll Jani
tor of the school, is
busy excavating under
the gym for a room
48x52. It will be cut up
for showers, dressing
rooms, etc., to be used
in connection with the
Dave Wilson says
that one of his socks
on your foot is worth
two in the eye4
Once there was a
man that mortgaged
his automobile to
make a first payment
on a home,
Mandy: "Ah wants a
ticket to New Yawk."
Ticket Agent: "Do
you wish to go by Buf
falo?" Mandy: "Lawsy no,
sah! Ah wants to go
Have you seen the
paint job on the Joe
Eskelson, Mrs. Rean
ey, Lawrence Palmer
and Gene Gentry ran
ches at Lexington? If
you are interested in
painting it would be
worth your while to
look these jobs over.
Dr. McCrady is the
only man we know of
that can tell a woman
to shut her mouth
and get away with it
SATURDAY AND MONDAY
July 5 and 7
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ATTENTION TO DETAILS
Both large and small, is a feature of our complete mortuarial
service. Every effort is made to anticipate and handle every mat
ter that will be of benefit to relatives and friends at the time of
bereavement 'Tis true that we may not know of some services
that might be of help, but we do gladly and promptly respond to
the carrying out of those details when called to our attention.
Phelps Funeral Home
Day and Night Phone 1S32
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Don't Ask It
Why does the Banker object so ser
iously to carrying Overdrafts? The
answer is easy. An Overdraft is mere
ly an unsecured Loan.
The Banker has a responsibility to
his depositors. He cannot permit their
money to be risked that way. Do not
ask this Bank to honor your checks if
you haven't sufficient funds. You are
simply asking us to let you have some
of our depositors' money without se
curity. We can't do that, for it is not
in line with our sound business policy.
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