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HEPPNER GAZETTE TIMES, HEPPNER, OREGON, THURSDAY, AUG. 28, 1930.
(Continatd from ift Pa)
Mrs. R. E. Harbison.
Mrs. Mary Ball was a passenger
to Portland last week.
Vera Moen is spending this week
with friends in Salem.
Lee Howell went to Walla Walla
last Friday and while there was In
attendance at an all day session of
the Northwestern Retail Lumber
T. E. Grabil, custodian of the
school property, has begun work
getting the building and grounds
in readiness for the opening of
school, September 8.
Mr. and Mrs. Botts and family
have moved into the Ross house in
lower lone for the school year.
Mr. Porter and son will occupy
the W. E. Ahalt house during the
Will Ryan was caling on friends
in lone on Wednesday of last week.
He was on his way home to Beech
creek from a trip to Portland with
several truck loads of cattle.
Ted Troge and John Louy motor
ed to Portland the middle of last
Mrs. Harold Rankin made a trip
to Brownsville recently to get her
two sons who had been there for a
visit with their grandmother.
Last week Darrel Padberg cut his
hand quite badly while assisting
his sister with the fruit canning.
Darrel was taken at once to Hepp
ner where a physician took several
stitches to close the wound.
On August 20, John Louy of Port
land underwent a serious opera
ation from which he is making sat
isfactory recovery. Mrs. Louy is at
A COLUMN OF FUN AND FACTS
(Edited by Dean T. Goodman from
his private sanctum down at the Hepp
her home in Portland and is rapid
ly gaining strength following a re
cent major operation. Mr. and Mrs.
Louy are former residents of Mor
Mr. and Mrs. Kiethley Blake who
have been here for the harvest sea
son, left last week for their home
at Klamath Falls.
The first of the week the Ed Kel
ler family- returned to Pendleton
where Mr. and Mrs. Keller and son
Frank will spend the school year,
Frank being a senior In the Pendle
ton high school. About September
first the two sons, James and Ed
ward, will return to their studies at
Still College of Osteopathy at
At the all day swim which Miss
Elva Balsiger recently held for her
pupils at the Heppner pool, Miss
Mildred Lundell passed the final
tests and was awarded the button
given by the Red Cross.
Mrs. Ed Dick and two sons, Ed
win and Kemp, of Pomeroy, Wash.,
are guests in the home of Mrs. Bert
Mrs. Ed Dick and two sons were
dinner guests at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. M. E. Cotter on Tuesday. I
In the afternoon the following lad
ies arrived and two tables of bridge
were enjoyed: Mrs. Dell Ward, Mrs.
Heibler, Mrs. Chas. Nash, Mrs. Roy
Lieuallen, Mrs. R. W. Brown and
Mrs. Bert Mason.
Laxton McMurray has sold the
tools and machinery for his shoe
repair shop to E. G. Noble and on
Wednesday the outfit was moved to
Frank Colvin and son Virgil, who
have been harvesting here, have
gone to the Rogue river country
for the pear harvest
A. A. Underhill, district man for
the Shell Oil company, has been
transferred to Condon.
Miss Mildred Smith returned last
Friday from a brief visit in Port
land. She made the trip with Mr.
and Mrs. David Level, who have
been residents of lone during the
wheat hauling season.
Miss Elva Balsiger is leaving this
week for Riverton to take up her
work as high school instructor in
the school at that place.
Harlan McCurdy has returned
from Omaha where he went with a
shipment of lambs. Mr. McCurdy is
very well pleased with the price he
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Mankin and
small daughter, and Mrs. Dwight
Misner motored to Portland Mon
day for a sojourn at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. Holmes Gabbert
Walter Bartlett of Newberg was
a week-end visitor in lone. When
he returned to his home he was
accompanied by Mrs. Bartlett and
the two children who had been
guests in the Louis Balsiger home
for some time.
See Star Theater ad for Rode?
Programs. They're fine.
Published in the interests of the people of Heppner and vicinity by
THE TUM-A-LUM LUMBER CO., Phone 912
Heppner, Oregon August 28, 1930.
August 28, 1930.
HOWDY FOLKS Next week the
children's vacation ends and moth
"And you know nothing of relig
ion?" asked the missionary of the
"Well we get a little taste of it
once in awhile."
Courtship is that period dur
ing which a girl decides wheth
er or not she can do any better.
And of course you all know that
it is impossible to do better when
it comes to tires than to buy GOOD
YEARS. They never fail.
Some of the greatest thinkers say
they do their best work during
those weeks when their wives are
not speaking to them.
It takes an entire year's output
of latex from eight rubber trees to
make a set of tires for an average
"The Human Body"
school kid's essay:
The human body is divided into
three parts. The head, the chest
and the stummick. The head con
tanes the eyes, ears, nose, mouth,
tongue and branes, if any. The chest
contanes the lungs, heart and liver.
The stummick contanes the bowels,
of which there are five a, e, i, o, u
and sometimes w and y.
A lot of husbands would be
happy if their wives would
smile at them the way they
smile at traffic cops.
"That's a hot number," said the
steer as the branding iron was put
on his back.
STATISTICIANS TELL US
THAT LIVING DECREASED
TWO PER CENT LAST YEAR.
At that rate we'll be sitting pretty
in about fifty years.
But users of GOODYEAR TIRES
are sitting pretty right now because
they are getting the greatest value
for their money.
Gasoline sales in Oregon this year
will exceed 175,000,000 gallons,
against 159,000,000 gallons in 1929.
June gasoline sales in Oregon were
865,000 gallons more than sales dur
ing June of last year.
Who Bays that people are not us
ing their automobiles as much this
"Every time I kiss you, it makes
me a better man."
"Well, you don't have to try to
get to heaven in one night"
Pete Peterson was showing a
newlywed some of his new alarm
clocks. "I don't need one of them,"
said the recent martyr "I get up
when I hear the wife scraping the
I LOOKED UP HER RECORD
TO SEE IF SHE HAD ANY PAR
ENTS. SHE HAD NONE. I
LEARNED THAT SHE HAD NO
GUARDIAN. I EVEN FOUND
THAT SHE HAD NO SUPPORT
Earl Hallock says, "One thing the
matter with this country is that too
many people put too much 'stall'
in installment payments.
There goes the dinner bell,
Vaughn & Goodman
"Where Quality and Benrloe Meet"
Judging from the
way some of our "self
made" men boast
about beginning life as
a barefoot boy, they
seem to think the rest
of us were born with
It was necessary to
decide whether a bor
der farm lay on Can
adian or U. S. terri
tory. Surveyors finally
announced to the old
lady who had purchas
ed it, that it just came
within the American
side. The old lady
smiled with relief.
"I'm so glad to hear
that," she said. "I've
heard that winters in
Canada are terribly
It is probably a "100
to 1" shot that your
house needs some re
pairing before the cold
weather starts. Roofs
have been known to
leak, glass to get brok
en, and lots of other
things to go wrong.
Weatherstrip cuts out
a lot of the cold air
that creeps in around
the doors and win
For heat burn Tum-
For insulation use
IHIULATINO CAMS BOAR0
Turn -A-Lumber is
For service call 912
and you get a smile
Handi-man will help
you fix up the home
stead. F. H. Wehmeyer and
Mr. Moncreith were in
town for a load of ma
terial to repair the
stations of the U. S.
Earl Gordon is hav
ing his show window
remodeled this week,
Henry Crump is do
ing some repair work
for Mrs. Wm. Instone
on her residence near
the school house.
E. R. HUSTON, PROPRIETOR
will be open to the public, 205 Main Street,
Saturday, Aug. 30
Quality for 77 years, 1853-1930
A share of your patronage solicited.
We're All Going
to the Rodeo
For Dress-Up Goods We Have
$3.50 -$5.00 -$7.00 -$7.50
BRIGHT COLORED SHIRTS
VESTS -ROBES -BELTS
Everything in Men's Clothing
The Store of Personal Service
ONCE in a
at our store
we will have
the NEW G. E.
We have heard
and truly call it
PAIL L. MARBLE,
PACIFIC POWER & LIGHT
Notice is hereby given that on
Tuesday, October 7, 1930, at 2 P. M
the Directors of the West Extension
Irrigation District will meet at the
District office in Irrjeon, Oregon, as
a Board of Equalization to review
and correct the annual assessment
of said District to be levied on or
before the first Tuesday in Septem
A. C. HOUGHTON. Secretary.
Three room apt for rent with
separate bath and laundry room.
Mrs. Geo. Thomson. 24 tf.
NOTICE: Coming soon out of
the House of Magic to the local
store of Pacific Power & Light
Company a General Electric Full
See Star Theater ad for Rodeo
Programs. They're fine.
Iff HOD & WOQlTTflE wn'
M. D. Clark : Hiatt & Dix
LABOR DAY SPECIALS
We had your Labor Day picnic in mind when we selected the
SPECIALS for this week-end. . .The savings you make here will
add to the enjoyment of your holiday. . . LABOR, the source of
local payrolls, finds the Red & White plan of Individual Own
ership another step toward community prosperity.
HONEST MERCHANDISE HONESTLY SOLD
WE BESEBVE THE RIGHT TO LIMIT QUANTITIES awn
and forget your tire
expense for a year.
OUR PRICES ARE RIGHT
SATURDAY, AUGUST 30, RED
BVE THE B
Council Corn Beef
2 Tins (Is)
I PALMOLIVE Beads JCJg
2 Cans 2 Cans
(l-4s) 2 for
NBC Toasted Whole Gllf
Wheat Dainties, Lb ki
R&W Coffee Serv-us Coffee
lt.39c S 45c
R&W Mayonnaise Q Q
Dressing, Pint Jars.. . OtH
R&W Ginger Ale Q7
2 Bottles (6 for $1.05) Ult
R&W Salad Fruits
2 Cans (Is)
Pickles, 1-oz. Glass ....
B&W Medium Ripe
Olives, Pint Tins,2 for O I C
R&W TUNA FISH
Three Big Days in Heppner
Bucking - Racing - Roping
Many Special Amusement Features
Hildebrand's United Shows with rides for the kiddies
IRRIGON SCHOOL BAND
Friday and Saturday
School Children Admitted FREE Friday
Admission: Adults $1.00, Children 50c, Each Day
Morrow Wool & Grain Show
FRIDAY AND SATURDAY
No better show of it's kind anywhere