Heppner gazette-times. (Heppner, Or.) 1925-current, August 21, 1930, Page PAGE TWO, Image 2

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MRS. A. T. HEREIM, Correspondent.
Premium lists for the club work
were received this week by club
members. The members are urged
to remember that the record books
count 15 percent on the final score.
Every club leader finds that the
keeping of the records seems to be
the most difficult part of the work
or at least the most easily .neglect
ed. In the livestock section it is
noted that handling in the show
ring counts ten percent The mem
bers will no doubt be able to do
this more satisfactorily than they
did last year when it was new to
many of them and they had diffi
culty in showing their animals. The
leaders have been coaching the
boys and girls on this all through
the summer.
The champion sheep club member
will receive the scholarship to the
1931 O. S. C. club summer school.
Reserve champion club member will
receive a ewe lamb given by,W. O.
King of Boardman. Mr. King has
been leader of the sheep club the
past two years and has shown much
interest in the work.
The champion calf club member
is given a choice of the scholarship
or a pure bred Jersey heifer calf
given by Mrs. Bertha Cool of lone.
Reserve champion member will re
ceive either calf or scholarship.
Member having third best calf will
receive a Jersey calf given by Leo
Cooney. Mr. Cooney is .leader of
the calf club here and has taken
keen interest in the work which is
new to him. Mrs. Cool has been
active in club work for some time.
A livestock judging contest will
be held on Saturday morning, Sept.
13, the winning team to represent
the county in the contest at Port
land at the Pacific International
Livestock exposition. Several ' of
the Boardman boys have been
working hard on the judging and
are hoping to be the fortunate ones
to attend the Pacific International.
A new departure this year in the
county is the health contest and
posture parade with appropriate
prizes. The sewing cooking and
home making divisions are also of
fered scholarships. In' the past Ir
rigon has usually won the prizes in
this division.
Keep the date in mind as Fair
time aproaches rapidly. Boardman
ranchers are urged to enter the dis
play for the best general farm ex
hibit There are many prizes offer
ed for this. Many farmers have
excellent gardens this year and will
be able to make a fine display.
Dorothy and Donnelly Channing,
the twins, were eight years old on
Friday, so a splendid party was
planned by Emma Agee and Mrs.
Channing. A number of games
were played and later ice cream
was served with the two birthday
cakes. The small hosts received
many gifts. Attending the party
' were Kenneth Ransier, Ralph Skou
bo, Stanley and Ruth King, Wanda
Shane, Margaret Myers, Mildred
Ayers, Maxine Machan, Orthun
Hereim. The Channings live on
the F. L. Brown place and the
twins will enter school here this
fall. The party gave them a fine
opportunity to get acquainted with
some of the children.
Macombers motored to Pilot Rock
Saturday night, taking Wallace
Matthews home after a visit here.
Miss Mildred Messenger went as
far as Pendleton with them.
Deibert Johnson and Howard
Packard were home over Sunday.
Both boys are employed with the
Western Union and have been work
ing in Washington. The crew has
moved over on the Oregon side for
a time.
Linda and Victor Hango attend
ed the movie, "On With the Show"
Saturday night at Hermiston.
Robert Harwood spent Sunday at
the Broyles home. He has been
hauling wheat over near lone.
M. Healey and family were Hepp-
ner visitors over Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. Y. P. Rutherford
went to White Salmon for a few
days with their daughter. Mark
Delano is looking after the place
during their absence.
The Gorger brothers were over
Sunday from the wheat country.
Mrs. Agee has gone to Hermiston
for a fortnight. She returned re
cently from near Blalock where she
cooked during harvest.
Mr. and Mi. George Myers and
daughter of Condon were guests
Saturday at the Wilbanks home.
Peter Farley and family motored
to Condon Monday to attend the
funeral of a friend.
The Shane brothers were called
to Walla Walla where their moth
er, Mrs. M. J. Doney, had a serious
Claude Finley and family were
over Sunday from Sand Hollow and
called at the Hango home.
Jess Deos and family were up
Sunday from Willow creek and vis
ited at the Wilson home.
Jack Gorham is spending his va
cation at Seaside with his family.
They will all return next week. Mrs.
Gorham and children and Ona Imus
have been down there for several
John and Hugh Koski and John
Juntl of Astoria came Monday for
a few days visit at the Olson and
Hango homes.
Eldon and Dalas Wilson and Bus
ter Rands drove to La Grande the
first of the week. Eldon went down
with the object of making arrange
ments for attending normal school
there this winter. His sister Glad
ys is still at normal, but will be
through in about two weeks. She
has part of another year to finish
In order to get her diploma.
Lowell Spagle and family are ex
pected home this week from Hub
bard, where they were guests of his
parents and other relatives.
The Marschata had planned to
leave for Idaho a day or so after
their arrival from California, but
because of the extreme heat decided
to postpone their trip. We had them
there in last week's issue. Errors
like this are sometimes made when
plans are changed.
Mildred Allen and Imogen Wilson
came home Saturday with Mr. and I
Mrs. Arthur Allen from La Grande
where they visited. The Aliens spent
Saturday and feunday with home
After much discourse, pother and
colloquy over the matter of the elec
tric light franchise, it was put to
the vote of the people to sell or not
to sell and by a majority of 18 to 6
it was decided to sell the plant pre
sumably to faui Hatch who has
been dickering with the city council
for several months. He plans to
enlarge the plant that power may
be carried to the ranches on the
project This would indeed be a
boon to the farmers. Thus far the
plant has been a burden of expense
to the taxpayers. Not one of them
would wish to be without the con
venience, after having had electri
city for the past few years.
Mr. and Mrs. George Brown are
back from the harvest fields where
they were both employed. They
are living on the Earl Cramer
Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Williams stop
ped for a short visit at the Hereim
home Monday evening on their way
to their home in Portland.
There was a good attendance at
Grange Saturday. A short program
was given, and after the business
meeting refreshments were served
by Mesdames Gillespie, Hango,
Strobel and Tyler.
Chaffees who have the telephone
office were given a real thrill Mon
day when lightning struck the long
distance wire and wrecked the
switchboard for several hours. For
tunately no one was near the board
at the time. It is very unusual for
lightning to come as close as this.
The storm broke the long hot spell
which has made everyone so uncom
fortable for so long.
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Denson of
Meacham were here Sunday and
spent the day with his father.
Margaret Smith is expected home
soon from La Grande where she
has been visiting Trudy Bauman at
the Andregg home.
Mary Kunzie came home Monday
from Portland where she has been
visiting her brother for the past
A carload of melons is being ship
ped from here this week.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Israel and
daughters Margaret and Marian
came up from Portland Tuesday,
bringing Wilma Myers home from
a six weeks visit with them. Mr.
Israel is a brother of Mrs. Myers.
their home in La Grande.
Frank Ruckman drove to Hepp
ner Thursday on business.
Mr. Schwarz of Hepnner was in
the community Tuesday looking for
cattle to buy.
Willard Hawley and Irl Clary
were in Lexington and Heppner
Thursday looking after business in
Pat Curran who has been at Hot
Lake for several weeks past came
down to Pendleton for a few days
last week, but returned again.
Bernard McDevitt W. T. Doherty.
W. J. McDaid, the Misses Mary and
Margaret McDaid and Philip Doh
erty motored to Pendleton Wednes
day to attend the funeral of Joan
Mr. and Mrs. Dan Lindsay and
children Bruce and Annie motored
to Pendleton Thursday for a visit
Mrs. P. J. Curran and daughter
Betty, who have been staying in
Pendleton for some time, returned
to their home Monday.
The hot weather was ended for
a whlie here by a shower Friday
and another Monday afternoon.
Miss Celatha Lambirth came
home Saturday to spend the week
end and to attend the dance given
in honor of Grover Sibley who plans
to leave for Portland soon.
P. J. Doherty was among those
who motored to lone on business
Charles and Neil Doherty of Lone
Tree visited at the W. T. Doherty
home Sunday afternoon.
John Doherty and W. J. McDaid
spent Sunday evening visiting in
the Juniper community.
Miss Josephine Smart, daughter
of Mrs. Catherine Smart, returned
to La Grande with her grandmoth
er, Mrs. M. A. Doherty, Wednesday
of last week.
Mrs. Irl Clary and children Irl
and Mildred left for Portland by
stage Monday morning where they
will remain for a few days visit with
Mrs. Clary's sisters who reside
Mrs. Edward McDaid, Bill Mc
Daid and Philip Doherty motored
to Hermiston Wednesday evening.
Mrs. Elizabeth Jones of Seattle
who left for her home a few weeks
ago, returned to Alpine again and
plans to remain here for the sale
which Mrs. Pearl Lambirth will
hold on August 23. Mrs. Jones is
also trying to arrange a sale or
lease of her place.
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Dayton of
Portland was visiting in the com
munity last week. Mrs. Dayton
was formerly Mildred Sibley.
Neil Doherty, who has been em
ployed at the Mike Mulligan ranch
at Boardman for several weeks, re
turned to his home again in the
middle of the week.
Mrs. Anna Heiny who is spending
her vacation in California, wrote
last week from Hollywood. She
saw some of the huge sets and oth
er interesting features of the movie
game. She has been over the line
into Mexico and saw several gamb
ling, drinking and horse racing, all
sponsored by Americans.
Philip Doherty went to work at
the Jim Carty ranch Friday of last
week after a few days visit at the
N. T. Doherty home.
Mr. Meonk of the South Springs
who has been quite ill at the home
of his daughter, Mrs. Julian Rauch,
is reported to be much Improved.
Dan Lindsay and son Bruce were
business visitors in Echo Wednes
day. Mrs. Catherine Smart who has
been suffering with an infected fin
ger for some time went to Pendle
tno Tuesday and had It lanced.
Bill Kilkenny was a visitor in the
Alpine district Thursday, looking
after his farming interests.
Misses Theresa and Evelyn Doh
erty who have been visiting with
their uncle, W. T. Doherty, for the
last few weeks are now visiting
with a number of friends in this
community before they return to
Mrs. George Bleakman and
daughter Alice of Heppner, and
Mrs. Dave Musgrave and daughter,
Mrs. Roe Bleakman of Monument,
visited Friday and Saturday with
Mrs. W. C. Isom.
Mr. and Mrs. Clair Caldwell are
the proud parents of an eight pound
baby girl who arrived Thursday
The entire community was agree
ably surprised Saturday evening
when Mr. and Mrs. Frank Stever
announced the marriage of their
son Wilbur to Miss Ruth Brownell
of Portland. A party of friends and
relatives gave them, a little surprise
in the evening. They will reside
for the present in the house former
ly occupied by Mrs. Bedwell.
Vern Jones was a Hermiston vis
itor Tuesday.
A nine pound boy was born to Mr.
and Mrs. Carl Haddox Thursday.
Delicious Sodas
Milk shakes, sundaes and
other favorite Ice cream dish
es and drinks, as served at
our fountain, just hit the
right spot on warm days.
Day or night, drop In and let
us appease your appetite.
Strawberry shortcake and
fresh vegetables are Included
on our menu now.
Who Deserves Service?
If you require loans or
special services, we look up
your average balance, and
the extent of our accom
modation often has a close
bearing upon the balance
you have maintained in
your checking account..
This is one definite way
you may benefit by carry
ing a reasonably large balance.
Farmers & Stockgrowers National
Heppner Bank Oregon
Mrs. Haddox is in the Hermiston
hospital and reports were that mo
ther and son were doing fine.
Mrs. H. Ward and little daughter
of La Grande have been visiting In
the home of her mother, Mrs. Fred
Reiks, and sister, Mrs. Carl Alquist
the past week.
Roscoe Williams made a trip to
The Dalles Thursday. Mrs. Wil
liams, who was operated on recent
ly, returned with her husband and
is recovering rapidly.
Florence Brace accompanied Mr.
Williams to The Dalles Thursday
and remained to visit relatives and
Mr. and Mrs. Loreuzen of The
Dalles and Mr. and Mrs. Frank
Sauter of White Salmon were din
ner guests of Mr. and Mrs. O. Cory
ell Sunday.
Carl Haddox made a trip to Clip
per, Wash., Monday to visit his par
ents, returning Sunday.
W. C. Isom who is working In the
harvest field near Echo spent Sat
urday night and Sunday at home.
He was accompanied by a friend,
Clarence Looker, of La Grande.
Mrs. Bedwell visited over Sunday
with Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Bedwell.
Mrs. McFall and daughter Toots
of Imbler, visited with the Grabeils
and McCoys several days this week.
Dr. J. P. Stewart, Eye-Sight Spe
cialist of Pendleton will be at Hepp
ner Hotel on Monday, Aug. 25. We
urge you to bring in children of
school age to check his or her eyes
before theopening of school. Adv.
employment secretary of the cam
pus Y. M. C. A. Last year the "Y"
found jobs for 1203 boys which re
turned them more than $40,000.
Report Shows Nearly All Men and
Half of Women Earn Part
or All Expense.
Eighty-nine per cent of the men
students and 44 per cent of the co
eds at Oregon State college are
making their own way through
school in whole or in part, accord
ing to figures compiled by the reg
istrar. Forty two per cent of the
men, 14 per cent of the women, or
33 per cent of the entire student
body are entirely "on their own"
ano not dependent on others for
their education, the report shows.
The man student entirely depen
dent is a rare individual at O. S. C.
as only one in 10 is not making at
least part of his own way. Eighteen
per cent are less than half self-supporting,
while 29 per cent make
more than half but not all their ex
penses. Fifty-six per cent of the
girls get all their money from home,
14 per cent make some of their way
and 16 per cent make more than
half but not all.
Though all the self-supporting
students work in the summer, many
also make much of their , expenses
during the school year as shown by
the report of Mrs. Lulu Howard,
Bertie Lee Keen went to Condon
Tuesday p. m. to do permanent
waving In that town the rest of this
week. She will be In Heppner Aug.
25-26-27-28, and those desiring dates
may rail Mrs. Ed Adklns, 1158. 23
Found Child's gold signet ring
on streets of Heppner. Describe
and pay for ad. ,
Wanted To know whereabouts
of Mrs. Harold Edrus Cox. Address
Gazette Times office.
Room and board for high school
students. Boys preferred. Phone
902. Mrs. Geo. Moore.
Published In the interests of the people of Heppner and vicinity by
Volume 30
Heppner, Oregon Augnit 31, 1930
Number 33
There are so many
radios that if you miss
an evening of Amos 'n
Andy, you hear most
of it anyway in the
next 24 hours.
Manager, Editor.
Walter- Luckman
was in town this week
after a load of lumber
for repair work on the
The mill work for
the Standard Oil Ser
vice Station has ar
rived. It will be ready
for business in a short
A widow with five
children would like to
meet a widower with
four children. Object,
matrimony and baseball.
Marshal Devin: How
did that accident hap
pen? Walter Moore: Well,
officer, you see my
wife was asleep In the
back seat.
ReRoof, RePair Re
that new garage."
Handl-Man says,
"You can't let the car
set out all winter and
expect it not to get
cold. Call me at 912 to
see about building you
If you had to WEAR
your house would you
have a "patch" on
your pants? Suppose
you had to wear your
house to the party,
would you be well
dressed or shabby,
frayed at the cuffs and
run down at the heels?
For a small Invest
ment we can put your
house in evening clo
thes and new shoes,
Bert Sigsbee is buil
ding the office for' his
miniature golf course.
Teacher: Henry,
why are you not writ
Henry: I ain't got no
Teacher: Where is
your grammar?
Henry: She's dead.
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Heppner, Oregon
Driver A was going East; driver B was go
ing West. Both were known as careful driv
ers, but something went wrong ; they had an
accident. Other cars were on the road, but
as often happens even the testimony of the
eye-witnesses was conflicting. Whose fault
was it?
If you were either A or B would you be worried
about the blame and the ultimate cost?
Let 'us talk over ADEQUATE insurance protection.
F. W. Turner & Co.
Wool Shipments
As well as all others are promptly delivered by
us, and at economical rates, too. Daily service
between Heppner, Portland and John Day high
way points, provide for shipping at your conven
ience. Our trucks will call at your door to pick
up and deliver. Shipments are protected by
$10,000 cargo insurance.
John Day Valley Freight Line
Office on May St Phone 1363. M. Venable, Mgr.
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Ben Franklin once said: "If you
would know the value of money, go
out and try to. borrow some."
Didn't Ben say a real mouthful
there? Ever tried it? Strange, but
the value of money to you increases
when you haven't any. May we of
fer one little word of advice) SAVE
a little from your earnings. Deposit
in a good, reliable Bank like ours. It
will establish your credit. Possibly
then you may not even have to bor
row. Think it over.
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