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HEPPNER GAZETTE TIMES, HEPPNER, OREGON, THURSDAY, JAN. 8, 1931.
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Mrs. Lucy Rodgers, Mrs. Irl
Clary and Mrs. Frank Turner spent
last week in attendance at the Ore
gon State Teachers' association
meeting in Portland. Mrs. Rodgers
is at present visiting schools in Cal
ifornia but Mrs. Turner returned
home Sunday in company with her
son Robert, Miss Nancy Northrup
and Miss Edith Stallard. Mrs. Tur
ner states that the sessions of ths
O. S. T. A. just closed were the most
instructive known in the history of
the association. Dr. Sutton, presi
dent of the National Educational
association, was one of the leading
speakers, affording a treat almost
unexpected in the West
Mrs. John Her departed on Mon
day for Tillamook county to re
main for the balance of the winter
months. Mrs. Her will be with rela
tives at Cloverdale and hopes to
pass the rest of the winter free from
her usual spell of flu, feeling that
the lower altitude near the coast
will be beneficial.
John Kilkenny, one of the mem
bers of the firm of Raley, Raley &
Warner, attorneys of Pendleton,
was in Heppner on Saturday for a
short time while attending to the
sale of some land under execution,
in a suit brought by Tum-A-Lum
Lumber Co. vs. Chas. Beneflel.
Orrin Bisbee departed on Friday
for Palo Alto, Calif., to resume his
work at Stanford university. Miss
Katherlne Bisbee also returned to
her studies at the University of
Oregon. They enjoyed the vacation
season with their parents, Mr. and
Mrs. L. E. Bisbee.
Miss Mary Beamer returned to
Portland Sunday night to resume
her studies at business college on
Monday. Miss Beamer spent three
week3' vacation with her parents
in this city, Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Bea
mer. Misses Gladys and Luola Benge,
teachers in the schools of Medford,
departed the end of the week to re
sume their work, after spending
the holiday vacation with the home
folks in Heppner.
Miss Louise Thomson returned
the end of the week to Yakima,
where she is teaching, after spend
ing the holiday season with her par
ents in this city, Mr. and Mrs. J. G.
John Parker, freshman at U. of
O., returned to his studies the last
of the week. He spent the Christ
mas holiday season with his par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. F. S. Parker in
F. W. Turner drove to Walla Wal
la on Sunday, taking his son Robert
and the Misses Virginia Dix and
Nancy Northrup who were return
ing to their studies at Whitman
Mrs. J. W. Stephens and Mr. and
Mrs. Lotus Robison were among
former Hardman neighbors of the
late Mrs. Archie Suling, In the city
Friday to attend the funeral ser
vices. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Dickey and
Mrs. McGillery of John Day were
In Hpnnner Frldav to attend tne iu
neral services for Mrs. Dickey's sis
ter, the late Mrs. Archie Saling.
Mr. and Mrs. Hap Woods arrived
from Eugene on Wednesday to be
nt the hedside of Mrs. Woods' grand
mother, Mrs. Mary Sperry, who is
very ill at her home in this city.
Mr. and Mrs. Chester Saling came
over from John Day to attend the
funeral for their daughter-in-law,
the late Mrs. Archie Saling, held
Mr. and Mrs. Claud Huston were
Eight Mile folks in the city Wed
nesday, being interested in some
proceedings before the county court.
Mrs. Neal Knighten returned to
Tigard Sunday to resume teaching
after spending the vacation period
with home folks.
V. A. McMenamin. Portland at
torney, was in the city Tuesday on
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Harold Llyod in FEET FIRST,
Star Theater, Sunday, Monday and
A. A. McCabe, Rhea creek wheat
raiser and stockman, was at Hepp
ner for a short time Wednesday,
having some business before the
county court He states that the
wheat in his locality is coming
along in a splendid way.
Mrs. T. G. Cochran, mother of
Mrs. W. O. Bayless and Mrs. F. W.
Turner of this city, Is seriously ill
at her home in Monument. Mr. and
Mrs. Bayless returned from Monu
ment Monday where they have been
for the past week.
Chas. H. Bartholomew was here
Wednesday from his home at Pine
City. Mrs. Bartholomew was
brought to the city earlier in the
week to receive medical attention
and is a patient at Heppner hos
Sloan Thomson of Butter creek
was looking after business here on
Wednesday, appearing before the
county court along with some oth
ers of his section to ask for a
change in road districts down his
Mrs. S. E. Notson arrived home
from Portland this morning, after
spending some two weeks in the
city recovering from an attack of
Guy Huston, leading Eight Mile
farmer, was looking after matters
of business in the city Wednesday,
E. E. Rugg, McKinney creek
ranchman, was looking after busi
ness here on Monday.
SOCIAL HOUR SET.
Members of Ruth Chapter, Order
of Eastern Star, will enjoy a social
hour following the stated communi-
ation at Masonic hall tomorrow
evening, announces Sara McNamer,
We were glad to welcome the
warm south wind and the bright
sunshine after several weeks of fog
and cold weather?
The Rebekahs and Odd Fellows
held their joint installation Satur
day evening. There were a large
number of members present Sup
per was served, after which dancing
was enjoyed for a few hours.
A large number of friends gath
ered at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Bert Bleakman New Years eve for
a surprise party planned for them
"Teacher Is Dead"
by Mesdames Wes Stevens and
Chas. McDaniel. The evening was
spent in listening in on the radio
and dancing. Later refreshments
were served. Those present were:
Mr. and Mrs. Lotus Robison and
son Richard, Mr. and Mrs. C. H.
McDaniel, Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Far-
rens, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Bleak
man, Mr. and Mrs. Harlan Adams,
and son Norman, Mrs. Wes Stevens
and daughter Lois, Everett Had
ley, Owen, Neva and Nita Bleak-
Mrs. B. H. Bleakman was trans
acting business in Heppner Satur
Miss Louise Torre, Dolly and Lu
cille Farrens were visiting in Hepp
Mrs. Chas. Furlong and Mr. and
Mrs. Joe Batty of Eight Mile at
tended installation here Saturday
Mr. and Mrs. Dick Steers and son
Bunny and Mr. and Mrs. Max
Buschke and children, visited at the
home of Mr a.nd Mrs. Tindal Rob
ison Saturday. x
School opened January 5th with
all the pupils and teachers present
Alice Bleakman has been visiting
at the Saling home this week.
Dr. McMurdo was called to at
tend Mrs. Clair Ashbaugh Saturday
Mr. and Mrs. Chester Saling and
son Archie and Mrs. Walter Dickey
of Prairie City visited at the home
of Mrs. Corda Saling one day last
A large number of friends attend
ed the funeral of the late Mrs. Ar
chie Saling held at the Christian
church in Heppner Saturday, Jan
uary 3rd. She was a former resi
dent of this community and a mem
ber of the Rebekah lodge here. The
bereaved ones have, the sincere sym
pathy of the entire community.
Mrs. Anna Chapin received an an
nouncement card announcing the
marriage of Miss Ethel Ward to
Densel Godard at Rainbow, Wash.,
Dec. 24. Mrs. Godard is well known
here as she lived here until a few
years ago when she moved with her
family to Rainbow.
Guy Chapin was visiting in town
No; This Is Not Flying Upside Down
T)R. GRACE KIRKLAND,
M. D., well known woman
doctor, warns against contin
ued use of drastic purgatives.
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Mrs. Sarah Thornburg.
Miss Elsie Tucker has been spend
ing the Christmas holidays with her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Tucker.
J. E. Gentry accompanied by Mae
and Keith Gentry and Miss Pearl
Vail motored to Pendleton Wednes
inis IS the new type oi iocKneea airplane in wnicn me enure Dony is
above the wings, and the landing wheels fold up into the under part of the
wings, reducing air resistance and increasing speed. Col. Lindbergh is having
this type of wings fitted to his new plane.
Miss Helen Valentine and Miss
Erma Duvall left on the train Sat
urday evening for Eugene where
they will continue their studies at
the University of Oregon.
On Friday evening the Lexington
town boys basketball team played
the Arlington town team at Lexing
ton. The Lexington team was vic
torious. Players for Lexington were
Warner, Burchell, McMillan, M. Pal
mer, E. Palmer, Lane and Carmich
ael. The same evening the Lexington
girls town team and the L. H. S.
girls played a game. The high
school was winner with a score of
13-12. Players for the town team
were Tucker, Wilcox, Gentry, Pal
mer, Evans, Graves and Dinges.
The high school girls were Warner,
Eurchell, Eskelson, Breshears, Lane
On New Years Eve Mr. and Mrs.
George Peck entertained a group of
their friends at a watch party.
Those present were Mr. and Mrs.
Earl Warner, Mr. and Mrs. Karl
Miller, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence How
ell, Mr. and Mrs. Mose Duran, Mr.
and Mrs. Harry Dinges, Mr. and
Mrs. Harry Turner, Mr. and Mrs.
Miller, Mrs. Eva Lane, Cletus Nich
ols and Miss Helen Wells. The eve
ning was spent in playing "Bugg,
and delicious refreshments were
Friends of Mr. and Mrs. William
VanWinkle gave them a surprise
party on New Years' night. The
evening was spent in playing cards
On Saturday evening a party was
given for Kenneth Warner, it being
his birthday. The evening was spent
in dancing. Those present were
Misses Mary and Patricia Monahan,
Mae Gentry, Gwen Evans, Neva
Warner, Naomi McMillan, Delia Ul
rich, Ruth Dinges, Dit Warner,
Marvin Gemmell, Johnny Farley,
Jimmy Monahan, Dale Lane, Ver
non Scott, Kenneth Warner and Ed
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Schriever en
tertained members of the P. T. A.
executive committee at their home
on Monday evening. The guests
were Mr. and Mrs. Warren Blakely,
Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Ingles, Mr. and
Mrs. Earl Eskelson, Mrs. Harry
Dinges and Mrs. Lester White
Mr. and Mrs. R. Smith of Walla
Walla have been visiting with Mr.
Smith's grandparents, Mr. and Mrs.
J. B. Carmichael, and with his aunt
Mrs. Harry Turner.
Mrs. Dora Harder of Milton has
been visiting with her cousin, Mrs.
A. Reaney. durins the holidays.
That convey the spirit of ease and comfort,
known only to the home modern mortuary
equipment curteous, dependable and decorous
service all these and more are provided by
Phelps Funeral Home
Day and Night Phone 1332
Cut Flowers for All Occasions Heppner, Oregon
Plans Vere made for the next busi
ness meeting of the association.
R. B. Wilcox, chairman of the
board of directors of Lexington
explained the plan of education of
the Oregon State Teachers' associa
tion. During the next several P. T.
A. meetings Mr. Wilcox will give a
series of talks on this plan.
On Wednesday evening, January
28, the next P. T. A. meeting will be
held. The English students of the
high school will give a debate with
the subject "Resolved that there
should be a union high school at
Heppner." All those interested in
the welfare of the school are cor
Buster Gentry has gone to Cor
vallis where he will resume his stud
ies at the Oregon State college.
The regular business session of
Lexington Grange will be held Wed
nesday evening, January 7.
On Saturday, January 17, all the
Granges in the county will hold in
stallation with Lexington Grange in
the Leach Memorial hall. Charles
Wicklander of Boardman will act
as installing officer.
Mrs. Charles Pearson of Moscow
has been visiting with her mother,
'Ten years medical practice has
convinced me that persons suffering
from functional debility as indicat
ed by pasty complexions, faulty di
gestion, poor assimilation, chronic
or occasional constipation, acidity,
gas, unrefreshing sleep, nervous
ness, biliousness and toxic neauacn
es, should shun the frequent use of
calomel, salts, oils or other drastic
habit-forming purgative drugs.
"After observing the action of
Sargon and Sargon Soft Mass Pills
in a great many cases I feel free to
say I have never seen a formula as
uniformly effective as the Sargon
treatment for the disorders men
tioned above. I have seen countless
cases of wonderful results from the
use of Sargon, and I consider it a
real privilege to recommend this
remarkable new treatment."
Dr. Kirkland is a resident of At
Sold by Patterson & Son, Drug-J
Why patronize a
when you can be
fitted by a local
optician who is in
Heppner 365 days
of each year'.
Japanese Boy Scouts put up a pla
card at Alami, after the great earth
quake of Nov. 26, announcing their
teacher had been killed in the. quak
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Always to be found here
Quality for 77 years, 1853-1930
reaches other cities
TODAY the average inter-city connec
tion is made in less than 2 minutes
often in a few seconds. More than 95
of inter-city connections are now com
pleted while the calling person is at the
The Pacific Telephone And Telegraph Company
HAS AFFECTED US, TOO!
You will find it reflected in lower
prices on every hand in our store.
Prices on many commodities we
handle are the lowest in history.
THE WISE INVESTOR BUYS NOW
GILLIAM & BISBEE
We Have It, Will Get It, or It Is Not Made
THE GIIEAT AMERICAN VALVE
At the National Automobile Shows
for the fourth time
First place at the National Automobile Shows
a position granted on the basis of annual sales
volume is again awarded to Chevrolet. This is
the fourth consecutive time that Chevrolet has
won this honor. And the reason lies in its great
value as exemplified by today's Chevrolet Six.
New low prices
Roadster, 175j Sport Roadster with rumble seat, $493
Coach or Standard Five-Window Coupe, $5 45 Phaeton,
5l0i Standard Coupe, $535; Sport Coupe (rumble scat),
$575( Standard Sedan, $035) Special Solan, $650. Special
equipment extra. Prices f. o. b. Flint, Michigan.
NEW CHEVROLET SIX
Ferguson Chevrolet Co.
Patterns are Gayer ...
Colors are Brighter . .
Prices are Lower!
Now at a
New Low Price
last year's price, 150
A full standard count percale at
only 10c a yard I And such at
tractive patterns and color com
binations! 36 inches wide.
Many Items In
A linen-finish cloth that has ever
to many uses nurses' and class
uniforms, children's clothes, dec
orative pieces for the home,
luncheon cloths, etc
A Group of Small
for Spring Sewing
Now you can buy
Last Tear's Price, 19
You'd expect this quality of percale to b
higher-priced, especially when it conies in
such attractive patterns ... and is tub
fast I At its new low price it will be more
popular than ever 1 36 inches wide
New Spring Patterns and Colors!
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Store Fhone 502
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