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HEPPNER GAZETTE TIMES, HEPPNER, OREGON, THURSDAY, SEPT. 11, 1930.
C. W. Day, former agriculturist
for Wasco county, accompanied by
his family, was In Heppner Wednes
day evening and enjoyed a visit at
the home or C. W. Smith, pounty
agent Mr. Day, who Is quite wide
ly known among wheat and sheep
men of Morrow county, is now lo
cated at Pocatello, Idaho, as county
agent. He likes his work there,
which is quite extensive as evidenc
ed by his staff, Including an assist
ant county agent, 4-H club leader
and home demonstration agent
Miss Lillian Nepper niece of Mrs.
Alex Green of this city, who has
been spending the summer season
at Heppner, has decided not to re
turn to her home in North Dakota,
and will shortly leave for Mon
mouth to enter the state normal
school. Miss Mildred Green will al
so leave at the same time to take
up her teaching for the coming
school year at a point in the valley
between Woodburn and Salem.
The following outside people,
many of whom were former resi
dents of Heppner, were noted as
visitors at the Rodeo on Saturday:
Mr. and Mrs. Emery Gentry of
Athena, Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Lleu-
allen of Pendleton, Mr. and Mrs. C.
L. Keithley of Pendleton, Wm. O'
Rourke of Pendleton, Mr. and Mrs.
I. A. Mather of Eugene, and Mr. and
Mrs. Joseph N. Scott of Pendleton.
E. J. Ball, lone wheatraiser, was
in the city Tuesday. Mr. Ball re
ports having just completed com
bining, with delivery of the wheat
made difficult owing to the congest
ed condition of the warehouses in
lone. Farmers are now permitted
to pile wheat on the ground, but
are unable to obtain weights. Mr.
Ball at present Is driving a school
bus into lone.
Mrs. Esther Smith, aunt of Mrs.
Eugene Noble, was a visitor in
Heppner during the Rodeo, a guest
at the Noble home. Mr. and Mrs.
Noble drove to Walla Walla on Sun
day, taking Mrs. Smith to her home.
Mrs. Smith is 83 years of age, spry
for one of her years, and greatly
enjoyed the show and the short visit
with her relatives here.
Fred Ashbaugh was in the city
from his home near Hardman on
Monday, spending a few hours in
the city while attending to business.
Mr. Ashbaugh, who has been ill
since last February, is tiot greatly
improved in health, being a sufferer
from some ailment not understood
by the physicians he has visited
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph N. Scott were
Umatilla county people here for two
days of the Rodeo. Mr. Scott, who
is democratic nominee for joint
representative of Morrow and Uma
tilla counties, was looking after his
political fences, as well as enjoying
a visit with numerous friends.
Rev. and Mrs. Glenn P. White
and Mrs. Pete Curran were in Ar
lington on Tuesday where they at
tended a sub-district preachers'
convention of the Methodist church
as representatives of the church at
W. F. Honey and son, John Hon
ey, of Gresham, were visitors in
Heppner on Monday, transacting
business connected with their real
estate holdings near lone. Ben
Buschke is farming the Honey land.
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Stevens and
daughter Lois, and Mrs. F. E. Mc
Danlel spent a few hours in town
Monday from their homes near
Dr. J. P. Stewart Eye-Sight Spe
cialist of Pendleton, will be at the
Heppner Hotel on Monday, Sept 15.
Modernly - Quickly - Efficiently
P. M.JEMMELL, Prop.
The bright new RED, WHITE AND BLUE station on j
corner of MAIN and EAST CENTER STREETS the j
dual plant with the latest equipment for dispensing j
j . STANDARD OIL PRODUCTS; greasing, oil changing j
I and tire repairing. Convenient, clean rest rooms,
j FREE AIR.
5 "Our service will
Dr. Thomas Yarnes, district sup
erintendent of the Method st church
will be in Heppner tonight for the
quarterly conference. There will be
a potluck supper and social hour.
Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Keithley and
Mrs. D. C. Wells were Pendleton
people in the city on Friday and
Saturday, returning home Saturday
Joseph Eskelson was In the city
on Monday attending to some busi
ness affairs. He Is still at Lexing
ton but will return soon to his home
Nels Johnson was a west side
ranchman in the city on Wednes
day. Some indications of fall are
present out his way but no rain to
Felix Johnson and family were
over from their home at Range to
take in the Rodeo, and enjoy a visit
with relatives and friends at Hepp
ner. John Maidment, Lone Rock sheep
man, was in the city on Monday,
coming over with a bunch of lambs
that he delivered here for shipment
Full line of personal and business
greeting cards. Priced reasonably.
Please order now for early delivery.
Mrs. Lillie Aiken, phone 712 city. 26.
FOR SALE Bartlett and De An
go pears, $1.50 per box, prepaid.
Bartletts ready now. A. E. Ander
son, R 2, The Dalles, Ore. 25-6.
Registered Hampshire Rams for
Sale Some ewe lambs also, at John
Bubeck ranch 8 miles south Hepp
ner Junction. 24-7p
For Sale 250 head aged fine wool
ewes, and 250 cross bred yearling
ewes. Immediate delivery. W. B.
Barratt & Son. tf.
Have you got your copy of the
Purina Poultryman? Yours for the
asking at the Heppner Trading Co.
Dr. J. P. Stewart, Eye-Sight Spe
cialist of Pendleton, will be at the
Heppner Hotel on Monday, Sept 15.
Herman Neilson, Rood canyon
wheatraiser, was looking after bus
iness in this city on Tuesday.
For Sale 1 registered Holstein
bull calf. Meadow "Brook Farm,
Lexington, Ore. 26-9.
Mr. and Mrs. Lotus Roblson of
Hardman spent a few hours here
Guy Chapin Hardman ranchman,
was a visitor in this city on Mon
Weanling pigs for sale. $5 each.
Walter Jepson, lone. 26.
RALLY DAY AT METHODIST
9:45 a. m., Rally Day at Sunday
11:0 a. m., Rally Day program by
6:30 p. m., Bpworth League Rally
7:30, Gospel message, "Taking
Risks for God."
Sept. 21st Miss Lillie Allinger will
tell of her trip to the World's Chris
tian Endeavor meet at Berlin, Ger.,
at the 11:00 a. m. worship hour. AH
are cordially invited to these ser
vices. GLENN P. WHITE, Pastor.
Ontario Possibility of developing
canned cantaloupes as a new pro
duct is seen here In the contracting
of the crop of melons grown by
Peter Deboer, 4-H club boy, by a
Caldwell, Ida., cannery which plans
to can some trial batches of the
please you; you patronage
The community was quite surpris
ed to hear of the marriage of Miss
Margaret Melville, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Neil Melville of Alpine, to
Glen Shearer of Heppner at Pen
dleton Wednesday. The young cou
ple, Mr. and Mrs. Neil Melville,
Charles Melville and Miss Gertrude
Tichenor are taking a trip to the
coast and eventually to California.
Miss Margaret Ticer who has
been spending the summer at Sea
side and Dallas, came home Satur
day in time to start school Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. G. L. Bennett were
among some of the. Alpine folks
who motored to Heppner for the
Miss Rosella Doherty, Bernard J.
Doherty and Betty Curran made a
short visit in Lexington Tuesday.
Mrs. Anna Schmidt and daugh
ter Mildred and son Alfred and
Walter Wigglesworth motored to
Heppner Saturday to attend the
show and dance.
The Misses Nora and Margaret
McDaid motored to Lexington Tu
Mr. and Mrs. Neil Melville were
among some of those who took In
the Rodeo Saturday.
Miss Mae Doherty, who came
home from La Grande where she
had been attending normal school,
left for Rood canyon Friday where
she will teach this term. She took
in the Rodeo on her way up.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Rauch and
children Edna, Henry, May and Fay
spent Saturday in Heppner.
Miss Doris Klinger made a short
call at the McDaid home Monday
Mr. and Mrs. Dan Hirl of Pen
dleton spent Thursday calling on
friends in the Alpine district and
Friday visiting in the Juniper dis
trict on their way to Heppner
where they attended the Rodeo.
Bernard Doherty and Edward
Rice who have been in the moun
tains for the past week, returned
home again Friday in time for the
Rodeo. They were accompanied
home by Martin Karnin who has
been in the mountains all summer.
Mrs. B. P. Doherty, W. J., John
nie, Lawrence and Rosella Doherty
took in the dance at Heppner Sat
W. J., Nora and Margaret Mc
Daid motored to Heppner Saturday
evening to attend the dance.
Edmond Hirl of McDonald can
yon came to the Doherty ranch
Sunday evening where he will help
Joe Gorger of lone was visiting
friends in this vicinity Saturday
on his way to Heppner.
Alex Lindsay started school again
Miss Reitha Ticer, Willard Haw-
ley and Gerie Senter were Friday
evening callers at the Irl Clary
C. J. Walker and A. K. Wilson of
Heppner spent Monday visiting in
the Alpine and Pine City districts.
Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph Klinger
and children Doris and Kenneth
spent Monday evening visiting at
the home of Mr. and Mrs. Henry
The Misses Nora and Margaret
McDaid motored to Hermiston on
Mrs. Dan Hirl of Pendleton and
Miss Mae Doherty were callers at
the Neil Doherty home at Well
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Klinger of
the Strawberry district left Satur
day morning for the Willamette
valley where they will visit with
relatives who reside there. Dale
Bundy is in charge of their place
during their absence.
CARD OF THANKS.
Mrs. Ernest Cannon and family
appreciate the very generous aid
and assistance tendered them dur
ing their recent affliction in the
death of husband and father, and
they take this method of thanking
all the neighbors and friends for
their help and sympathy.
will please us" e
A carnival dance will be given
Saturday, September 20, In Leach
Memorial hall, for the benefit of the
Mr. and Mrs. Lon Edwards have
purchased the property of Ralph
Leach in Lexington, and are mov
ing into their new home.
Freeman Hill who has been work
ing in Portland for the last few
months is visiting friends In Lex
ington. Otto Ruhl who has been 111 in
Heppner hospital for several weeks,
has now returned home.
Mrs. Ola Ward entertained the
ladies of the Three Link Social club
Laurel Beach is visiting his par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. K. L. Beach of
Mr. and Mrs. Hunt and Mrs. Earl
Eskelson left Thursday morning.
Mrs. Eskelmn will go to 'Salem for
a visit while Mr. and Mrs. Hunt in
tend to take a vacation trip to
Portland and Seattle.
Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Lucas and
daughter Patricia left Friday night
The depot will now be in charge
of Charles Hackett who arrived two
weeks ago to take the position.
Thursday night Miss Kathleen
Brierly who has been visiting at the
Doors open 7:30 p. m.; Show starts 8 p. m. Theater Phone 472, Horn 635.
Admission I Children under 12, SOo; Adults, 40o Unless otherwise adver
tised. SUBJECT TO CHANGE WITHOUT SOTICB
FRIDAY and SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 12-13
EDMUND LOWE as " LOUIS BERETTI" in
With Catherine Dale Owen, Lee Tracy and Margaret Churchill.
From the novel by Donald Henderson Clarke. Gangland's sac
red code his solemn pledge to a wartime buddy one had to be
broken, regardless of cost Recklessly he made his choice, then
fearlessly faced the music. A sensational stirring movietone drama
Also GIRL CRAZY, two reel comedy. Adults 40c Children 10c.
"BORN RECKLESS" has been substituted for "Men Without
Women," formerly advertised for this date.
SUNDAY and MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 14-15:
JANET GAYNOR and CHARLES FARRELL in
"HIGH SOCIETY BLUES"
The stars of "Sunny-Side-Up" in another big smash, pronounced
by many as even better than that delightful picture. Adorable
Janet as the daughter of a socially prominent family who want
their offspring to marry a titled nobleman, and charming Charles
as heir to millions, and folks who have no false pretensions, will
drive away any case of blues with their love making and singing.
Also Cartoon Comedy. Adults 50c Children 10c
SATURDAY AND MONDAY
- September 13th and 15th
CAKE FLOUR GOLD BAR PEAS
SWANSDOWN Finest Tender Early Garden
A Handsome Emerald Green 2's .J f
Cake Plate FREE Q&n JLC
With Two Package Swansdown
Makes Dainty Cakes k PICKLING SPICES
Package JTv schilling's
"- "" " " Whole Cinnamon, Cloves, Must
COFFEE art. Allspice, Pickling Spice, Bay
AFFILIATED BUYERS YolJr D1U' Tumc
Highest Quality . our Choice ftf-
With a Big Stick Pure Sugar o IOr AdlTXs
i-ib. Bag Offrf SALMON
Bao; t)C OTTER BRAND
ft 1930 New Pack
PEET'S Fancy Alaska Red
WASHING MACHINE SOAP Q&n
Large Size M
Package 1UI SOLAR PINEAPPLE
Thick tender slices Sun-Ripened
IvlvJli (n tne Xropics Ready for Dessert
Fancy Louisiana or Salad
8-lb. Bag Sliced 2V4s QAA
Bag ZbC Can ZZC
ARGO STARCH ROLLED OATS
Free Shopping Bag With CARNATION
Two Packages Quick or Regular
Cdrn or Gloss Q Jgg Tk
Package "I Package0. OOC
BEST-EVER IVORY SOAP
MACARONI SPAGHETTI . -j.
NOODLES m 9 44-100 Pet Pure
Sat-Mon. ff O S 1 5f
2 Packages for ..IDC 2 Rars for
Bantam Finest Quality
Saturday-Monday Golden Corn
Wear-Ever Aluminum Pint Size 2's CIA
SAUCE PAN 2 Cans AvC
Regular Value 500
With Two Large Packages CATSUP
S. 0. S. SNIDER'8
Regular Value 60c Made from Rich, Ripe, Fresh
A Real Bargain M M , Tomatoes
ah 44c a 23c
Large Size Orchard Run GRAHAM CRACKERS
Bright Clean Pack "Slum flake Bakers"
SPECIAL OsG-rt Mb. Caddie QIft
3 Pounds for 40C Caddie olC
home of H. E. Warner, returned to
After visiting a few days with the
Eagans in Heppner, Miss Hazel Rit
chie returned home Wednesday
Miss Alice Palmer is teaching the
school in Morgan this year. She
lives at home and drives to and
from school each day.
ABOUT THE STATE
Corvallis Definite evidence from
the state of Washington that old
red raspberry canes are best not
removed till spring has been receiv
ed here by Dr. George M. Darrow,
federal pomologist at the Oregon
Experiment station who has passed
the information on to the fruit
Roseburg Douglas county is ex
pected to be an accredited free area
in respect to bovine tuberculosis by
December of this year, reports Dr.
George Nicholas, county veterinar
ian. Close to 8000 cows have been
tested for T.B. without a single
reactor. Thirty-seven herds have
been tested for contagious abortion
with only four reactors.
Published In the Interests of the people of Heppner and vicinity by
THE TUM-A-LUM LUMBER CO., Phone 912
Our idea of agony
is a Mexican Jumping
bean with inflamatory
a Question: Is a chick
en two weeks old old
enough to eat?
(See answer at bot
tom.) A New York police
man stopped a hold
up man by butting
him in the stomach.
One cop used his head.
Wanted Wet Rain.
Well, if a chicken
two weeks old isn't old
enough to eat how can
L if e
To keep your home
warm burn COAL.The ,
Ole and Jens were
novices at the fishing
game, but had remark
able luck at their first
attempt "By yim
miny, das bane fine
fishing hole. Las mark
das place ant comb
back tomorrow," sug
gested Ole, as he pull
ed up the anchor.
Then as he neared the
shore Ole asked, "Did
you mark, das place
vare ve caught dose
"Ya bet," answered
Jens. "Ay poot cross
mark on da side da
Ole snorted, "Val,
Lunkhead, how ya
know veil get das
same boat tomorrow?"
WUIJM CAMS SOUS
The Gazette Times for
Out -oC-Door o Men!
We're ready now
with b!Q valuco in
Heather Cpoirt Coats
Coir Gmart Service
Heavier than the nsosl sweater at tHs lew
price. Tightly knitted worsted plaited over
cotton. V-neck,, button-front, two pleated
pockets; reinforced covered teams; assorted
Heavy plaid mackinaw coats for
hunting and all outdoor wear.
51 inches long ; double front and
back shoulder; four pockets;
piped seams throughout Red,
Hue or greca with black.
A favorite model with the out
door man because of its firm,
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near j i u a I i I j,
shawl collar and
CET ODD ETiriDTE
A little taste of re
pairing and remodel
ing would probably
put your home in fine
shape for the rigors of
The boy stood on
the burning deck. The
heat was coming from
Everything in Printing
Boys' Sizes $6.90
Genuine front quarter black
horsehide. Strongly stitched
seams; roomy sleeves and arm
holes. Good - fitting 30 - inch
length; lined sleeves.
Comfortable, sturdy torks, to
stand plenty of hard wear. Red
or gray top.
Sept. 11, 1930.