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About Heppner gazette-times. (Heppner, Or.) 1925-current | View Entire Issue (Aug. 7, 1930)
HEPPNER GAZETTE TIMES, HEPPNER, OREGON, THURSDAY, AUG. 7, 1930.
Mrs. T. J. Humphreys, Miss Evel
yn Humphreys and Miss Kee Buch
anan who has been a guest for a
week at the Humphreys home In
mis cuy, motored to Pendleton on
bunday. From there the ladles
went on to Portland Monday where
mey are spending the week. Upon
their return home, Mrs. Humphreys
and daughter will be
by Roland Humphreys who is re
turning nome irom summer school
at atanrord university.
Georee Howard smA wlf ntnm.j
home on Thursdnv lnt fmm thai.
vacation trip to Yellowstone Nation
al par, ana Mr. Howard is back
on the Job at the J. C. Pennev f!n
store. He reports that the trip to
uie par was most enlovable and
instructive. So far this year the
tourist travel to Yellowstone has
been light, but it was exnw.ted tn
pick up a lot for the month of Aug
ust, which is usually the best part
ui uie season.
Prank Fraters and son were here
on Saturday from their Eight Mile
nome. me recent burning of the
Fraters farm residence left the fam
ily bankrupt as to household effects
and clothing, as everything was
burned. Mr. Fraters carried insur
ance to the amount of $2500, which
is not sufficient to restore the dwell
ing. Despite the Are, however, har
vesting has proceeded and the crop
is turning out around 15 bushels
to the acre.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Gilliam, Mr.
and Mrs. Chas. Vaughn, Mr. and
Mrs. E. E. Gilliam and children,
Miss Ona Gilliam, and Leonard
Gilliam and sons spent Sunday at
Hidaway springs. The elder Mr. Gil
liam is one of the earliest pioneer
residents of this community, yet
this is his first visit to these springs.
For many years Hidaway springs
was a favorite summer camping
ground for the people of Heppner
Mrs. Lucy E. Rodgers, county
school superintendent, departed on
Sunday for Salem where she is this
week attending the convention of
county school superintendents in
session there. Mrs. Rodgers expects
to have a trip to the seacoast at
Bandon before returning home. She
was accompanied as far as Portland
by Miss Helen Wells.
Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Bartholomew
of White Salmon, Wash., were vis
itors Tuesday and Wednesday at
the home of Mr. Bartholomew's mo
ther, Mrs. Mary Bartholomew. They
had been on a visit to relatives at
Baker and returning spent a day
with the family of C. H. Bartholo
mew on Butter creek.
P. A. Anderson was a visitor here
the first of the week from his home
in Portland. He departed Wednes
day for The Dalles, being accom
panied by Mrs. E. F. Campbell who
will spend a short time there visit
ing at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Willis McCarty, and with the An
Peter Farley and family were
Boardman visitors in Heppner on
Saturday. Mr. Farley reports ev
erything pretty good this season on
the Boardman project, but would
be feeling better if sheep and wool
prices would take the upward trend
instead of going down the toboggan
Mrs. M. L. Curran motored to Se
attle on Sunday and from there
took the steamer the first of the
week for San Francisco for a visit
with her son-in-law and daughter,
Mr. and Mrs. Cared Aiken. Upon
her return home she will be accom
panied by Mrs. Aiken.
Dr. Clarke of the Clarke Optical
Co., 326V4 Washington St., Portland,
Ore., EYESIGHT SPECIALISTS,
will be In Heppner TWO DAYS,
SUNDAY and MONDAY, Aug. 10
and 11, at Hotel Heppner. SEE HIM
ABOUT YOUR EYES. 21-lt
Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Barratt and
daughter Margaret have been
guests this week at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Barratt on Hin
ton creek. Mr. Barratt is engaged
in business here with his son.
Hanson Hughes, who departed for
Portland the past week to be In at
tendance at the meeting of the
democratic state central committee,
lemalned over this week to take in
the Annual Buyers week.
Vawter Parker, now with the
Shell Oil company at Arlington, was
home for Sunday with his parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Frank S. Parker. Jas
per Crawford motored with him to
Arlington Sunday evening.
W. W. Head of the lone Indepen
dent and Victor Peterson, lone Meat
market, were business men here
from the Egg City yesterday to at
tend the opening meeting of the
business men's Institute.
Jas. G. Thomson of Thomson
Bros., accompanied by Mrs. Thom
son, departed for Portland by Sun
day's stage. Mr. Thomson was call
ed to the city for the Annual Buy
Mr. and Mrs. Mike Rowell of
Eoardman made Heppner a visit
on Monday, bringing a consignment
of butter fat to Morrow County
Have your child's eyes looked af
ter before school opens. Dr. Clarke,
In Heppner: Sunday and Monday,
Aug. 10 and 11, at Hotel Heppner.
Consultation free. 21-lt.
Reliable man wanted for McNcss
business In this county; make $8
to $18 dally. Write today, Furst &
Thomas, Dept. F, 426 Third St.,
Oakland, Calif. 2lp.
Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Judy of Port
land have been guests during the
week at the home of Mrs. Judy's
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Hughes,
Wm. R. Poulsnn.
of Heppner schools, arrived home
on weunesaay rorenoon, coming up
from Portland. He was accompan
ied by his sister, Mrs. L. A. Shaver
and her daughter Virginia of Mol
lala, Oregon, who will spend a week
at Heppner and then go on to Ba
ker for a more extended visit with
relatives residing there. Mrs. Poul
son expects to arrive home from
Eugene in about two weeks. From
now on until school begins the first
Monday In September, W. R. will
be busy in getting everything in
shape at the school buildings.
W. J. Beamer was back at his
work this week after havinc
laid up at home with other members
or nis ramily, suffering from the
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Wells have
as their guests this week, Mrs. A.
F. Knotts, sister of Mrs. Wells and
her daughter, Miss Alfa of Pilot
Everett Henry came over from
Seattle on Saturday and is spending
his vacation season with his moth
er, Mrs. J. L. Callaway, in this city.
La Verne Van Marter, manager
of Peoples Hardware company, is
"on the job" at the store again after
an illness caused by tonsilitis.
Gus McMillan of Lexington was
a visitor at Heppner oa Tuesday.
He had just finished with his wheat
harvest, getting a good yield.
Emil Johnson, garage man of
Hardman, was in Heppner a few
hours on Saturday while looking
after business affairs.
Nels M. Johnson, Gooseberry far
mer, was looking after matters of
business In this city on Saturday.
Dr. Clarke, EYE SIGHT SPE
CIALIST, in Heppner Sunday and
Monday, Aug. 10 and 11. 21-lt
E. J. Evans, Lexington wheat-
raiser, was looking after business
here on Saturday.
Earl Gordon returned home Tues
day from a business visit of several
days In Portland.
Mr. and Mrs. Ellis Hendrickson
arrived on Monday evening from
San Leandro, Calif., for a short visit
at the home of Mrs. Hendrickson's
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Jones.
They came for their son, Alvin, who
has been spending the past month
visiting with his grandparents. Mr.
and Mrs. Hendrickson departed for
their home on Wednesday, and will
take time to make his mother and
sister, residing at Mill City, Oregon,
a short visit. Ellis has a position
with the Matson steamship lines at
A. J. Chaffee was the successful
bidder, Tuesday, on tha Arthur
Smith residence property in south
east Heppner. Mr. Chaffee bought
that lot and the vacant lot adjoin
ing on the north, his bid on the two
totalling $1940. We understand all
the other properties were disposed
of except the Main street business
property, just recently vacated by
J. O. Peterson, jeweler. G. L. Ben
nett was the auctioneer.
Mrs. Katie E. Krausech, formerly
Mrs. Henry E. Burchell of Lexing
ton, died Saturday morning in Port
land at an advanced age. She was
burled at Portland on Monday. Mrs.
Krausech is survived by three sons,
H. L. Burchell of Sheridan, Chas.
Burchell of Corvallis and Ed Bur
chell of Lexington, and several
Mr. and Mrs. Celsus Keithley and
D. C. Wells were Pendleton people
in the city on Tuesday. Messrs.
Wells and Keithley are engaged in
the real estate business at Pendle
ton and were in Heppner to attend
the auction sale of the Arthur
A. M. Zink, who has been a crip
ple for some time because of a brok
en foot, now gets around fairly well
with the aid of crutches. He was in
Heppner enjoying a visit with old
time friends Wednesday, from his
home at lone.
Mrs. Stella Bailey of Portland
spent a few days here and at the
Jones ranch in the Lena section this
week, looking after the interests of
her mother, Mrs. Margaret Jones.
She departed for home Wednesday.
O. J. Cox, residing at Lexington,
was a visitor at Heppner the first
of the week.
LOST By postofflce, green foun
tain pen; reward for return to this
Mr. and Mrs. Claude Cox and
family spent Sunday at Hidaway
Springs, being part of the large
number of Heppner residents en-
joying the mountains at this popu
Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Turner and
son Don and Mr. and Mrs. Walter
LaDusire spent Sunday at the pleas
ant mountain resort at Hidaway
RANCH TO LEASE 1200 acres
good wheat land, fully equipped.
Personal property for sale. Will
take $3000 to handle. Inquire this
David H. Grabill of lone was a
Heppner visitor on Wednesday. Mr.
Grabill seems to recover slowly
from his recent long spell of illness.
Guy L. Barlow, deputy sheriff at
Boardman, was a visitor here Wednesday.
HEPPNER POST ELECTS.
Jas. D. Cash was elected com
mander of Heppner post No. 87,
American Legion, at the regular
meeting of the organization Mon
day evening. Loyal Parker was giv
en the position of vice-commander,
Paul Marble, adjutant and finance
officer, and H. D. Hudson, sergeant-at-arms.
Appointive officers haven't
yet been chosen. Installation cere
monies will probably be held at the
next meeting, though there was
some sentiment expressed in favor
of postponing it until cooler weath
er makes the Legion hall a little
Notice 1b hereby given that sealed
bids will be received up to noon, Fri
day, August 15, 1930, by the Directors
of School District No. 34 of Morrow
County, for driving and operating ex
penses of the school bus of said district
for the year 1930-1931, beween said Dis-
rict No. 34 nd School Diatrlc No. 1 of
Heppner. For further information, con
sult with the Board of Directors.
The Directors reserve the right to re
ject any or an mas.
R. I. THOMPSON, Chairman.
L. A. FLORENCE. Clerk.
NOTICE OF SALE.
By virtue of an order of the Countv
Court. 1 am authorized and directed to
sell at public auction as provided by
law the following described Drooertv.
at not less than the minimum price set
Block 15 and 16 of the Town of
Boardman. Oregon, for the mini
mum price of S5G.00.
Therefore. I will, on Saturday, the 30th
day of August, 1930, at the hour of 1:30
f. m., a tne front door ot the Court
House in Heppner, Oregon, sell said
property to the highest bidder for cash
21-24 C. J. D. BAUMAN, Sheriff.
Doors open 7:30 p. m.; Show starts 8 p. m. Theater Phone 472, Horn 635.
Admission i Children under U, Mo; Adults, 40o Unless otherwise advtr.
SUBJECT TO CHANGS WITHOUT NOTICE
FRIDAY AND SATURDAY, AUG. 8 AND 9:
JACK BENNY AND BETTY BRONSON in
"THE MEDICINE MAN"
The love story of a Medicine Man who had a cure-all for Every
one. A comedy-drama well shaken with laughter, thrills and music.
Also the Authentic Ring-side pictures of the JACK SHARKEY
MAX SCHMELING fight, taken at the Yankee Stadium, New York,
and two reel talking comedy TOOT SWEET.
SUNDAY AND MONDAY, AUG. 10 AND 11:
BUDDY ROGERS and JEAN ARTHUR in
' "HALFWAY TO HEAVEN"
From the novel, "Here Comes the Bandwagon." Friend Buddy
breaks into carnival life in this fine picture and does some danger
ous stunts on. the flying trapeze which will keep your heart in your
mouth for several minutes, after which he whips the villain in a
most realistic fist fight, and we think you will like the way every
thing turns out.
Also HOT TURKEY, cartoon comedy.
NO PROGRAM AUGUST 12, 13 AND 14.
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LlLDER, YES-BUT SOMETHING MORE.
Chesterfield offers richness, aroma, satisfying
BETTER TASTE that's the answer; and
that's what smokers get in Chesterfield in full
est measure the flavor and aroma of mellow
tobaccos, exactly blended and cross -blended.
Better taste, and milder too !
1930, Licoitt & Myirs Tobacco Co.
J. C. Penney 's
Here are exceptional values
in suits for school. Two
pairs of golf knickers, or
one longie and one golf
knicker. The fabrics are
Cassi meres, Worsteds and.
Made for Looks
Engaging tweeds and flat colore,
as well as til-over effects, fea
ture these superior hose of mer
cerized and cotton heather.
A youthful edition of an older
boy's cap cut from fine wool
fabrics and styled to xvtar.
Cut on the popular English
style that all boys like. Many
fine fabrics, including cassi
Jieres, worsteds and twists.
In this city.