Heppner gazette-times. (Heppner, Or.) 1925-current, July 31, 1930, Page PAGE FIVE, Image 5

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    HEPPNER GAZETTE TIMES, HEPPNER, OREGON, THURSDAY, JULY 31, 1930.
PAGE FIVE
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Geroge" White of Lexington was
looking after business here on Tu
esday. He reports that his thresh
ing is pretty well finished and the
crop turned out much better than
he anticipated. George began with
5000 sacks, feeling that there might
be several hundred to turn back.
These were filled, however, and he
had to get a few hundred more.
The grain is making something bet
ter than 20 bushels to the acre and
is of excellent quality.
Mrs. Chas. Curtis of Marshfleld is
a guest at the home of her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Smead, this
week. Mrs. Curtis came up from
Portland the end of the week with
Mr. and Mrs. F. B. Nickerson, who
spent several days the past week in
the city. She was with her sister,
Mrs. Lena White, for some time
while the latter has been receiving
treatment at the hands of a spe
cialist for eye trouble.
Leonard A. Gragg, young man
from Silverton, working as sack
sewer on the Albert Nelson harvest
er crew, came to town on Monday
with a badly infected hand, acquir
ed while carrying on his work. The
Injury seemed slight at first, but
when he was kept walking the floor
all of Sunday night by the pain, he
thought It time to have the offend
ing member looked after by a phy
sician. Paul Marble, manager of the local
office of Pacific Power & Light com
pany, returned home Sunday with
his family from two weeks vaca
tioning at various points along the
coast of Oregon and Washington.
At Seattle Mr. Marble enjoyed a
visit with a brother' who resides
there, and the beach points were not
so bad, the weather conditions being
just a little too cold for comfort
Roy Glasscock and wife of ML
Vernon, Oregon, were week-end vis
itors at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Wallace Smead, remaining until
Monday evening, when they went on
to Hood River for a visit at the
home of a daughter residing at
Mount Hood. Mr. Glasscock reports
business none too good over his
way, owing to the slump in the
sheep and cattle markets.
C. G. Blayden, candidate on the
democratic ticket for county com
missioner to fill the vacancy caused
by the death of L. P. Davidson,
was in the city from his home at
Boardman on Wednesday. He was
accompanied by his son, Fred Blay
den, who is home for a short visit
from Vale, where he is working on
a government contract on the Owy
hee project
Harley Hall, brakeman on the lo
cal branch, is suffering from a badly
Injured hand. Mr. Hall volunteered
to crank up a Ford on Sunday when
the "animal" kicked back and the
hand was split between the third
and middle fingers, requiring eight
stitches by the surgeon to close the
wound. No bones were broken.
Dr. Milton V. Walker and wife
departed on Monday for Powers,
Ore., where the doctor will be lo
cated in the future. He was in
Heppner for a few weeks while
looking after the practice of Dr. A.
D. McMurdo during the latter's ab
sence at the officers' training camp
at Fort Lewis, Wash.
Mrs. John Brosnan of Lena was
a visitor in the city on Saturday.
She reports a good hay crop on But
ter creek this season.
S. E. Notson arrived home on Sat
urday evening from Portland, com
ing along with his son, Edward Not
son and family, who were returning
10 ineir nome at Thorp, Wash., af
ter spending the vacation season at
the Oregon coast Mr. Notson and
family motored on home Sunday
from here.
Will Ball is back on the job at
the store of M. D. Clark. His an
nual vacation was spent about town,
with a week on the latter end with
his family at Lehman springs, where
they enjoyed a fine time, and Will
reports some good fishing.
Dr. McMurdo was called to the
home of Herman Neilson in Rood
canyon early Monday morning to
see Mrs. Glen Wightman who was
suffering a severe attack of food
poisoning. Mr. and Mrs. Wightman
work for Mr. Neilson.
Oral Henriksen was a visitor In
this city Saturday, looking after
some business affairs in connection
with the Henriksen interests in the
timber belt Mr. Henriksen now liv
es near Con trail a, Wash., where he
is farming.
W. W. Head, pencil pusher on the
lone Independent city recorder,
minister and altogether worthy gen
tleman of the Egg city, was a visitor
here on Saturday for a few hours
while looking after business mat
ters. Jim Cash drove over to Pendleton
on Sunday, at which point he re
ceived a bunch of 33 baby Chinese
pheasant and a domestic hen that
it mothering them. When the birds
get a little older they will be lib
erated. The S. E. Notson residence pre
sents itself more attractively to the
public gaze since completion of the
paint job by the Tum-A-Lum air
brush crew last week. It is finished
in a solid cream color.
- Reliable man wanted for McNess
business in Morrow Co.; make $8 to
$15 a day. No experience or capital
needed. Write Furst & Thomas,
Dept. F, 426 3rd St., Oakland, Cal.
Mrs. E. R. Huston returned home
on Friday from Portland where she
spent a week visiting with her
daughter, Mrs. Mark Taylor.
I. A. Dempsey, truckman and con-i
tractor on much county road work,
departed for Portland on Saturday
on businesa
LEXINGTON NEWS
Miss Patricia Buckley has been
visiting Miss Maxine Gentry.
Mrs. Booher is leaving with Mr.
and Mrs. Tom Beymer for a visit
with her daughter, Mrs. Harve Par
kins, of Palouse, Wash.
Mr. and Mrs. Karl Miller have
returned from Salem. They were
accompanied by Mrs. A. Reaney
who ha3 been with her son, L. A.
Reaney, during his illness. Mr.
Reaney's condition is reported im
proving. Mrs. Budlang of Salem, accom
panied by her daughters, Wanda
and Velma, has been visiting with
friends In Lexington this week.
The Christian Sunday school an
nual summer vacation started Sun
day, July 20, and will continue. until
the last Sunday in August
Clarke Davis has been doing car
penter work on Mrs. Ola Ward's
house.
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J.C. PENNEY GO.
DEPARTMENT STORE
Store Phone 503 HEPPNER, ORE. Manager's Phone 1S8J
Mrs. Roda Williams and daugh
ter Hazel from Walla Walla are vis
iting Mr. and Mrs. Roscoe Williams
this week.
Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Isom motored
to Heppner Friday and returned
Sunday. Their son Donald who has
been visiting relatives for the past
three weeks at Monument returned
with them.
Mr. and Mrs. O. Coryell were
Wednesday evening visitors at Um
atilla. The little son of Mr. and Mrs.
Frank Stevers has been suffering
from an attack of tonsilitis and is
taking treatments three times a
week from Dr. Christopherson at
Hermiston.
Mr. and Mrs. Vern Jones and fam
ily went huckleberrying up in the
mountains toward La Grande Sun
day. A Fair Board meeting was held
Wednesday evening at the home of
Mrs. O. Coryell to make final ar
rangements for the North Morrow
County fair which will be held at
Baordman September 12 and 13.
Those present were Mr. and Mrs.
Leo Root and Mrs. Nick Faler of
Boardman, Frank Fredrickson and
Mrs. W. C. Isom.
L. C. Aldrich was united in mar
riage to Miss Vivian Buell of The
Dalles Thursday, and returned Fri
day evening. Mr. Aldrich has only
resided here a short time. The com
munity unites in welcoming the
young couple into our social life
and wish them happiness and suc
cess. Fred Dillinger spent Sunday in
the Emmett McCoy home.
Bishop Wisdom is visiting with
his parents here for a few days.
Carl Isom and Wilber Stevers
were Sunday dinner guests of Mr.
and Mrs. John Grabiel and grand
daughters, Verda Leach and Ruth
Bovirell.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Fredrickson
and family spent Sunday with- Mr.
Fredrickson's sister, Mrs. Walker,
at Deer Park, Wash. Their little
daughter, Josephine, remained for
the summer.
Mrs. Reiks was a caller at the
Tom Caldwell home Monday.
Miss Joyce Caldwell, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Tom Caldwell, was
operated on for appendicitis at the
St Marys hospital in Pendleton on
Monday.
Mrs. Clair Caldwell and little
daughter visited in Irrigon Satur
day and Sunday.
DR. BARB MOVES.
Dr. C. W. Barr, dentist is prepar
ing to move his office from the Case
building to the quarters formerly
occupied by Dr. J. L. Callaway in
the Gilman building. He expects
to be at his new location August 1.
The new quarters are being remod
eled to suit Dr. Barr's needs.
HOTEL BEING PAINTED.
Painting operations started yes
terday on the exterior of the Hepp
ner hotel building, which will be
covered with a cream color, accord
ing to Manager Al Rankin. The
Tum-A-Lum company air brush
crew is doing the work.
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.
WE ARE MOVING
To our new location next to
postoffice, and to
. Clean Up Odds and Ends
are offering:
Community Plate Silverware 20 off. All Swiss Watches at 25 off.
Assortment of Necklaces at 75c Each. Perfumes at Half Price.
Take advantage of these bargains at our old quarters.
Open in our new location Monday.
PETERSON'S Heppner's Quality Jewelery
STAR THEATER
Doors opn 7:30 p. m.; Show lUrti 1p.m. T&mUt Pboo 47s, Horn B3S.
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tiled. BTOJECT TO CHANGE WITHOUT WOTIC1
FRIDAY, AUG. 1 No Program
SATURDAY, AUG. 2:
WIIJAM BOYD in
"OFFICER O'BRIEN"
with Ernest Tom-nee and Dorothy Sebastian.
An underworld story of exceptional merit, as full of thrills,
drama, romance and charm as any picture produced in a decade
you'll enjoy every moment of it
Also NIGHT IN A DORMITORY, two reel talking comedy.
SUNDAY-MONDAY, AUG. 3-4:
EDDIE QUILLAN In
"NIGHT WORK"
with Sally Starr and Frances Upton
A J12-a-week clerk, assistant window dresser in a big depart
ment store, accidentally becomes adopted daddy of a cute little
orphan, and its cute big nurse. How he manages to support an
orphan on his "salary" and think of supporting the nurse as well
in the future makes the funniest situation in the history of picture
comedies. Eddie's latest playing Portland now.
Also BEAUTIES, two reel talking comedy.
COMING NEXT WEEK:
August 8-9 i Betty Bronson and Jack Benny in THE MEDICINE
MAN and the SHARKEY-SCHMELING Fight Pictures.
August 10-11: Buddy Rogers and Jean Arthur in HALFWAY TO
HEAVEN.
NOTE:
There will be no programs on Tuesday-Wednesday-Thursday
during August. Prices for all pro
grams during August will be TEN CENTS for
ALL children, except babes in arms, up to and in
cluding eleven years of age. All twelve years of
age and up take adult tickets. Adults 40c.
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