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HEPPNER GAZETTE TIMES, HEPPNER, OREGON, THURSDAY, NOV. 27, 1930.
MRS. A. T. HEREIM. Correspondent
The missionary meeting was held
Wednesday at the home of Mrs.
Johnson with a good attendance. A
praise service was held in charge
of Mrs. Miller. A dainty lunch was
served by the hostess. The Silver
Tea will be held the first Wednes
day in December at the home of
Mrs. Sundstand at Coyote. At this
meeting the story of the talents
will be told. A number of ladies
took sums, usually 50 cents or a dol
lar, from the art treasury to be used
as a nucleus and increased as much
as possible. Everyone is invited to
"Peg O' My Heart" was the pro
duction selected by the student body
for the high school play. A full
house greeted the young Thespians.
The play was ably coached by Miss
McMahon, the high school English
The Home Economics club will
give another card party at the Mill
er home Saturday night Mesdames
Titus, George and Charles Wick'
lander and R. C. Mitchell will be
Bethmyrl Miller has been chosen
business manager for "The Royal
Family," the major production of
this term sponsored by Sock and
BusWn, Eastern Oregon Normal
dramatic society. Miss Miller is
also an officer of the club, and is
one of the few members who made
their points for membership last
year. Buster Rands, another Board
man student, has an important role
in the production.
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Pickering of
Portland are expected here to spend
Tnanksgivirg at the Strobel home
Mrs. Pickering is the sister of Mr.
Strobel. The Packards and Spagles
will also be dinner guests.
Mr. and Mrs. Nick Faler enter
tained at three tables of "500" on
Tuesday evening. After an exciting
game Mrs. Brice Dillabough and
Wasmer held high scores, Mrs. Her-
eim and Ray Brown low. Attend
ing were I. Skoubos, Ray Browns,
Rands. Dillaboughs, Hereims, R,
Wasmer and the hosts.
Jim Rose was taken to Portland
last week for an operation for go!
ter. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Rainville
went down with him.
Mr. and Mrs. Glen Hadley left last
week on a motor trip, stopping at
Vale, Monument, and other places
Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Healey depart
ed Thursday for Portland for the
winter. They have been living on
the ranch since April.
Mr. and Mrs. E. T. Messenger
motored to Portland last week,-tak
ing with them about 200 turkeys to
market Mrs. Messenger, who nas
been having trouble with her feet
will remain in Portland under the
doctor's care until after Thanks
Charles Marshall is here from Id
aho after a long absence.
Eldon Wilson stopped here for
short visit with his parents, on his
way home from a football game at
Monmouth. Eldon is on the Eastern
Oregon normal team. The team was
defaeted at Monmouth.
F. A. Fortiers were hosts at a de
lightful party given last Friday eve
ning. Six tables of "500" were in
play. Guests were Kennedys, Rands,
Erowns, Macombers, Coats, Guy
Barlows, Marschats, Dillaboughs,
Hereims, Meads, Rachel Johnson
and Ray Barlow. Honors were ac
corded to Mrs. Rands and Ray Bar
low, Mrs. Marschat and Mr. Her
eim. At the close of the game, plac
es were found for lunch by the aid
of flowered placecards. A social
time was enjoyed.
A special Thanksgiving program
was given at the church Sunday
morning. The church was well fill
ed. The grange members made a
special point of attending services
The Cnrlattaaa Seals of th latlonal
Tt&erealosls Association which ere told t
Christmas time every year provide funds for one
of the most valuable of all services to mankind
In helping to prevent and destroy a disease whlab
threatens millions of homes and weakens millions),
of the children and youth of the Hat ion. I
cccflend this yearly campaign to all our people
that day. Musical numbers and re
citations comprised the program,
followed by an interesting talk by
Rev. Mr. Miller.
Hereims were guests at a lovely
dinner at the Spagle home on Sun
Mr. and Mrs. Marschat were en
tertained at a sumptuous turkey
dinner Thursday evening at the Lee
John Pruter and Leslie Packard
took a truck load of Packard's tur
kevs to Seattle last week. This is
Mr. Packard's first trip to Seattle:
his former home, in ten years.
Miss Shellenberger received news
of an automobile accident in which
her sister was seriously injured at
Walla Walla. Miss Shellenberger
and her mother who came up from
Beavcrton, went to Walla Walla
Saturday afternoon. The sister is a
teacher in an Episcopal school. She
was much improved when Miss
Shellenberger came back Sunday
eveninz. but another occupant of
the car was not expected to recover.
Plans are being made for another
community Christmas, all churches
snd' oreanizations uniting at this
time. The executive board of the
P. T. A. met Saturday night and
appointed the following committees:
funds, Pete Farley chairmam, Bates,
Hadley, Cooney and Guy Barlow;
program, Mrs. Marschat chairman,
Mesdames Titus, ' Coats, Hereim,
Mead and Rands; decorations, Ra
chel Johnson chairman, Mrs. King,
Mrs. Sundstand, Mr. Fortier, Orla
Brown, Miss Schultz. The tree, in
cluding purchase and decorations
will be under Lee Mead chairman,
Root, Mrs. Macomber and Kather
ine Brown; treats, Mr. Johnson
and sixth grades, have already
drawn names for the .exchange of
Christmas sifts. They have been
making geography booklets. The
fifth grade completed their booklets
before the sixth. Six week tests
have just been finished. Anna
Ludeman has been appointed editor
of the Meadowlark, the first and
second grades. They have complet
ed a stockade for the Pilgrim sand
table, made with coping saws. The
Meadowlarks have new music for
the rhythm band.
Prospects for the basketball team
this year are very good. Lexington
will play at Boardman Jan. 16,
Boardman at Heppner Jan. 23, lone
at Boardman Jan. 30, Boardman at
Lexington Feb. 6, Heppner at
Boardman Feb. 13, Boardman at
lone Feb. 20.
Mrs. Claude Coats was hostess at
Bridge Monday. Honors went to
Mrs. Shannon and Mrs. Guy Barlow.
The latter substituted for Mrs. Den
son who was In La Grande and Mrs.
Gorham for Mrs. Sundstand. The
Sundstands made a hurried trip to
Portland, going down Sunday and
During the months of November
and December meeting nights will
be the first and third Thursdays.
There will be entertainment at each
For Sale 15 head of Jersey cows
and heifers, some fresh now, all
fresh by next spring. Will sell one
or all. Daisy Butler, Willows, Ore.,
or phone Cecil. 35-38p.
heavy wooled, big boned Rambouil-
let rams. Price $10 a head. At my
ranch at Stanfield, Ore. J. C. Hos
For Sale 2 John Deere 3-bo.ttom
tractor plows with hitch; 1 lighting
plant for 30 Best; 2 Walla Walla
discs, 8-foot E. A. Lindeken, lone.
RELIABLE MAN WANTED to
run McNess Business. Wonderful
opportunity. Make $8 to $20 daily.
No experience or capital needed.
Write today. Furst & Thomas,
Dept. F, 426 Third St, Oakland,
Local ads in the Gazette Times
For Sato130 head large, fine,
Published In the interests of the people of Heppner and vicinity by
THE TUM-A-LUM LUMBER CO., Phone 912
Heppner, Orgon November 17, 1930.
chairman; Mrs. Lottie Attebury,
Mrs. Fortier, Mrs. Guy Barlow, Mrs.
Dillabough; transportation. Jack
Gorham, Mr. King and'J. F. Barlow.
Some changes may be made in these
committees. The program will be
Christmas eve, Dec. 24, at the school
house. It is asked that no Christ
mas gifts be given at this time.
Santa Claus will be present in per
son and present a treat to each
W. A. Price and son Billie and
Mis. Lottie Atterbury plan to spend
Thanksgiving in Portland.
Messengers plan to partake of
Thanksgiving dinner at the Flick-
Friends of Richard Dingmon were
sorry to hear of his arrest last
week on a liquor charge. He was
taken before C. G. Blayden, justice
of the peace, and fined.
A special district road tax was
voted at a meeting held November
24. This carried by a vote of 48-13.
This is a five mill tax and the mon
ey will be used cm the project roads.
One hundred fifty-eight adults and
52 children attended the high school
play Saturday night. Proceeds were
$71.30 from the play and dance that
Third and fourth grades are mak
ing vases for Christmas gifts. The
fourth grade Js making Pilgrim
dolls for Thanksgiving. The chil
dren in the Columbia state, fifth
Now that Thanks
giving has been given
and we are almost
through eating up left
overs of the turkey,
we are reminded of a
story, which goes:
"Dear, tomorrow la
our tenth wedding an
niversary. Shall I kill
"I suppose so," an
swered the husband,
"but why put the
blame on the poor
CET ODD ETII1DTE
WE WANT YOUR
Market prices paid for livestock,
eggs poultry, cream.
Phone for Prices
lone Cash Market
Dealers in Fresh and Cured Meats
Phone 32 IONE, OREGON
for lots of things
not not the least
being able to make
cold weather driving
a pleasure for you.
P. M. GEMMELL, Prop.
"Our Service Will Please You;
Your Patronage Will Please Us"
There is still money in
even tho' prices are
not as favorable
as a year ago.
Good Turkeys good
feeding will still show
a good margin of
WILL DO THE JOB
Free Dolivory In City Limits
Why patronize a
when you can be
fitted by a local
optician who is in
Heppner 365 days
of each year.
You get thirty years feeding experience
in every bag of Chicken Chowder. That's
why it's such a splendid egg producer
head and shoulders above the ordinary
mash feed. Chicken Chowder contains a
variety of ingredients always of the
6ame high quality impossible for the
poultryman to buy to advantage locally;
it is carefully balanced to give growth
vitamins, variety of protein, and essential
minerals. Chicken Chowder is always
the same always right always profita- '
ble to use. Prove itto yourself -see ua
for a supply. ,
Heppner Trading Co.
KEEP YOTJR HOME
IN GOOD REPAIR
Some people are
born lazy. Others just
hate to carry out ash
es. Insulate and save
yourself a lot of work
both In carrying ash
es and tending the Are.
. Never in the last fif
teen years has lumber
and building materials
been so low in price.
Lumber and millwork,
Including doors, win
dows, kitchen cup
boards and shingles
for a beautiful down-to-the-minute
house, may be purch
ased for aa low as
$745.00, depending of
course on size of the
house and quality of
materials. If you are
interested, call and we
will be glad to place
our free architectural
service at your service.
Place that order to
day for a new set of
kitchen cupboards and
built-in fixtures for
your wife's Christmas
Ham Foster Is build
ing a room on his lit
tle house near the new
Jake Wells just fin
ished remodeling a
house on his ranch be
Call 912 for that load
of TUM-A-LUMP High
Heat" Content Coal. It
makes you hot.
When It's Cold
You want the best of warm clothing.
We have the best, reasonably priced.
WOOL BLAZERS STAG SHIRTS
$5, $7.50, $8.50, $10
$10 and $13.50
$10.50 to $15.00
$2.95 1. $6.00
Large stocks of heavy underclothing, shoes, g
over shoes and socks in fact everything to p
protect against the cold, at our store.
The Store of Personal Service
E. R. HUSTON, PROPRIETOR
You'll find here a fresh, choice supply of all
those good things that make a well
rounded Thanksgiving dinner.
Quality for 77 years, 1853-1930
of our dignified and modern mortuarial service is the inclusion
of a lady assistant. With a woman to aid at a time when even
the smallest of details mean much, your wants and desires are
tenderly cared for.
Phelps Funeral Home
Day and Night Phone 1332
Cut Flower for All Occasions
WE TAKE OUR LOSS
To meet the conditions that exist in
our community, we are making a dis
count of 25 on all monuments and
markers purchased during October
and November. Our prices were al
ready lower than elsewhere. You pay
no commissions for agents.
Write for Samples and Prices
Pendleton Marble & Granite Works
T. L. REEDY, Prop.
Get them to market quickly,
economically. We pick them
up anywhere along our line.
$10,000 CARGO INSURANCE
John Day Valley Freight Line
M. VENABLE, Manager. Office 5 E. May St Thone 1363
There are many ways to be thrifty
besides merely saving the pennies, al
though we'll admit they are worth
saving. Here are a few of them:
Save the moments they are
worth something to you if used prop
erly. Be careful of your health it
may save you money for doctor's
bills. Store wisdom away' in your
mind where it will be valuable to
you. In fact, keep sound mentally
and physically. We can safeguard
your funds the rest is up to you.
Fir& National Bank