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HEPPNER GAZETTE TIMES, HEPPNER, OREGON, THURSDAY, MAY 7, 1931.
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ter, Joan, to the city for medical at
Rev. W. W. Head, pastor of the
Congregational church at lone, of
ficiating. Only relatives were pres
ent to witness the ceremony. Rev.
Head read the short but impressive
ring service. The bride was attend
ed by her sister; the groom's man
was Ordie Farrens of lone. The
home was beautiful with a profus
ion of flowers. Immediately follow
ing the ceremony, dinner was serv
ed. The young couple will reside on
the home ranch while Mr. and Mrs.
Bottemiller will make their home in
Portland. Besides the bride's rela
tives who were present at the wed
ding, there were also present Mrs.
Wlllard Farrens and Clinton Jack
son of lone, Mr. and Mrs. Martin
Bauernfeind of Morgan, Mr. and
Mrs. Frank Young of Eight Mile
and Mrs. Ernest Farrens and two
daughters of Yakima, Washington.
Student body election was held
Monday afternoon and the follow
ing students were placed in office
for the year 1931-32: Francis Ely,
president; Opal Finn, vice-president;
Muriel Patterson, secretary
treasurer; Margaret Ely, yell lead
er; Norton Lundell, transportation
manager; Norman Everson, athletic
manager. By a vote of the student
body, the sportsmanship cup was
awarded Earl McCabe. Presenta
tion of the cup will be made at com
The lone school was well repre
sented at the May Day meet at
Heppner Saturday. Our part in
the parade, "Folks From Health-
land," won much favorable com
ment King Milk rode in a chariot,
drawn by four horses, and attended
by four members of Healthland.
- Butter, spinach, beets, carrots, tur
nips and lettuce all the delicious
things that go to make up a health
ful diet, were represented by cos
tumed children. The boys made a
splendid showing in the track meet,
winning 19 points for lone. Hepp
ner won 22 points and received the
In the tuberculosis essay contest,
the two papers written by Virgil
Esteb and Norman Swanson were
selected to represent lone high
school in the county contest The
county elimination took place Sat
urday as part of the health pro
gram. Norman Swanson's essay was
adjudged the best and he was duly
presented the five dollars prize
Please bear in mind that the lone
school band will give an open air
concert on Mothers Day at 7 o -
clock in the evening.
The date set for the student body
play, "The Cat," is May 14. The
cast, all members of the senior
class, is as follows: Quincy Sumner
II, Norman Swanson; Abigail Sum
ner, his sister, Helen Smouse; Quin
cy Sumner, HI, his son, Barton
Clark; Michael Hoops, Francis
Troedson; Charley Hoops, Michael's
son, Earl McCabe; Rowena South-
worth, Gladys Brashers; Peggy Par
ker, Veda Eubanks; Gloria O'Hen-
nessy, a maid, Geneva Pettyjohn
Eddie Fallon, a detective, Virgil Es
teb; The Cat, a woman burglar,
Margaret Crawford. The play is
being given under the direction of
Miss Dolores Leavens.
May 15 is the date set for the an
nual high school picnic.
D. V. Poling, well known educa
tor from Oregon State college,
spoke to the high school Thursday,
April 30, on the subject of "Higher
Our few warm days of last week
were followed by a thunder shower,
Not much rain fell in lone, but
some of the nearby districts report
heaw rain fall and the rush of
muddy water in Willow creek indi
cated that heavy rains had fallen on
upper Willow and Rhea creeks. The
Cecil alfalfa farmers now have sur-
ficient water for irrigation.
Garland and Norman Swanson
and Barton Clark motored to Salem
Friday to attend the May Day Fete
at Willamette University. The boys
Bill Ahalt was a guest last week
at the home of his sister, Mrs. Fred
Buchanan, on Willow creek.
Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Peterson of
Portland were week-end guests at
the home of Mr. Peterson's mother,
Mrs. Ida Peterson.
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Llndeken
motored to Pasco, Wash., Saturday,
returning the same day. They were
accompanied by their guests, Mrs.
Louis Wageman and Mrs. Harry
Lindeken who took the train at
.that place on the return trip to
their home in Nebraska.
Mrs. Mary Young, mother of
Frank Young fo Eight Mile, is re
ported to be quite ill at the home of
her daughter .in Portland. Mrs
Young has been with her daughter
for several months.
Elmer Griffith and Frank Robin
son have been on a fishing trip to
Mr. and Mrs. Elbert Colvin and
Donald, Mrs. Helen Farrens, Doro
thy and Genevieve, all of Portland,
visited from Saturday till Monday
with relatives in lone. Mrs. Far
rens has employment at the XXX
station on the base line road and
would be pleased to have her lone
friends call on her when in the city.
Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Bergevln
were genial hosts at a chicken din
ner Sunday evening. The following
friends enjoyed their hospitality:
Mr. and Mrs. Bert Mason, Mr. and
Mrs. Dell Ward, Mr. and Mrs. Roy
Lleuallen, Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Cot
ter and Mr. and Mrs. C. W. McNa
mer. Mr. and Mrs. M. R. Morgan, Mil
ton Morgan and Grant Conway
spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs.
Perry Bartlemay at Mays.
lone lost in the ball game sunaay
at Arlington by a score of 9-7.
Friends here have received word
that John Lundy is quite 111 at his
home In Portland. Mr. Lundy is a
former resident of this district
The lone high school baseball
team defeated Arlington by a score
of 11-9 at Arlington Friday.
W. J. Blake and son Ted, Mrs.
Earl Blake and two children, and
Mrs. Victor Peterson drove to Port
land Sunday. Mrs. Peterson went
to have dental work done, and Mrs.
Bluke was taking her little daugh-
HOME COMIXG SUNDAY
AT METHD1ST CHVRCH.
9:45 a. m Sunday School.
11:00 a. m.. Morning Worship
hour. Mothers' Day message by
Rev. Thomas D. Yarnes of Salem.
There will be special Mothers' Day
features, including music by the
choir apprporiate for the day, and
featuring one number by the double
male quartet This is Home Com
ing Sunday for Methodists and their
friends. We expect to make this a
great day in Zion. Basket dinner
Let us render unto Mother the
honor that is due her.
Eph. 6:2: "Honor thy mother."
The noblest thoughts my soul can
The holiest words my tongue can
Unworthy are to praise the name
More sacred than all other.
An infant, when her love first came,
man, I find it just the same;
Reverently I breathe her name;
The blessed name of Mother."
We extend an invitation to all
our members and friends to meet
with us and help make this a me
morial day. No evening service,
Baccalaureate message at the
school auditorium at 8 p. m.
GLEN P. WHITE, Pastor.
Bj JESSIE E. PALM ITER
Home Economics Instructor
Heppner High School
Ingredients may be
kept separate and
CHURCH OF CHRIST.
JOEL R. BENTON, Minister.
Mrs. W. R. Poulson. Director of Music.
Bible School, 9:45 a. m.
Morning Worship, 11 o'clock.
Christian Endeavor, 7 o'clock.
Evening Worship, 8 o'clock.
Kipling wrote, in "The Light
"If I were hanged on the highest
Mother O' Mine, Mother O' Mine,
I know whose love would follow me
Mother O' Mine, Mother O' Mine.
If I were drowned in the deepest
Mother O' Mine, Mother O' Mine,
know whose tears would come
down to me,
Mother O' Mine, Mother O Mine.
If I were damned of body and soul,
Mother O' Mine, Mother O' Mine,
I know whose prayers would make
Mother O' Mine, Mother O' Mine.
We all had, (or else fortunately
we still have) Mothers. Let us hon
or our Mothers this coming Sunday
in our attendance at God s House.
If you have not a church home we
invite you to come and worship
with us. "Mother" is the topic for
the morning hour of worship. No
evening service on account of the
union service in the high school au
ditorium. "As one whom his Moth
er comforteth, so will I comfort
you." Isaiah 66-13.
"In the Spring the young mans
thoughts turn to nutrients which
fanCy Ah, but the housewife's
her family needs. Salads no longer
are merely a spring and summer
dish for with fresh vegetables and
fruits obtainable all the year round
we are using salads more frequent
ly. But the Spring, when we nave
so many more fresh vegetables than
before is the time to treat our
selves to all the cellulose, vitamins
and minerals which are needed by
the body and which we crave un
The French have an excellent
habit of at least one salad a day
and although the Americans as a
whole have not accepted this cus
tom, salads are becoming more ap
preciated in our homes. The salad
should be just as staple an article
of diet as meat or pie for it gives
the diversification that the Ameri
can diet needs.
In making salads uncooked fruits
and vegetables are preferable, since
they have more of the protective
vitamins which cooking destroys to
a great extent
The salad offers one of the chief
decorative notes of the meal since
its fruit and vegetable ingredients
bring to the table the most colorful
foods served. The salad should
have special care to see that it
makes the table attractive and to
stimulate the appetite. Ingredients
should be blended for color har
mony and contrast as well as flavor.
The decorative salad may develop
a special idea such as cucumber
5. Lemon or pineapple juice will
prevent apples, pears, bananas, etc..
from turning dark.
6. Meat, Ash salads are improv
ed in flavor by marinating. To mar
inate, allow the cut materials to
stand in French dressing which Is
drained off before the salad is made.
7. Salads make their appeal thru
quality, not quantity. A small, at
tractive salad is preferred to a
large messy one.
Custom no longer demands that
we leave the lettuce used as a gar
nish. In fact it is sometimes con
sidered an insult to leave it un
touched on the plate. Eat the salad
green and don't waste the rare vit
As to salad recipes, one need only
look over the food in the refrigera
tor. Any left-over fruit, vegetables,
meat, poultry, or fish may be used.
Salads allow much room for the
imagination. All sorts of pleasing
and unusual combinations may be
ROAD WORK MOVING.
Grading on the McKinney sec
tion of the Heppner-Hardman mar
ket road Is proceeding rapidly with
the county road crew under direc
tion of Henry Taylor. Beginning at
the mouth of Porcupine canyon the
grade is well completed as far as
the home of Clark Stevens, where it
intersects the grade leading down
from Hardman. This is all new
work, as the survey was changed
to follow along the hill west of the
creek south for about two miles
The entire section will be some 4
miles, and we understand the coun
ty, court will try to complete the
grading for the entire distance this
season. This road has been a spec
ial care of Commissioner Bleakman
for many years, and he is feeling
pretty good over the progress that
is being made.
HEALTH DAY SHOW
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NOTICE TO B. P. O. ELKS.
An important meeting of Hepp
ner lodge No. 358, B. P. O. Elks, will
be held next Thursday evening, May
14. A large attendance of the mem
bership is desired. J. G. Barratt,
Montgomery's Beauty Shop All
beauty work done; Marinello scalp
treatment; Contoure facials. Real
istic permanent waves. Telephone
for appointment phone 1412. 4tf.
I could see when it stopped raining."
Anyone wanting flowers for Me
morial day, see Mrs. Huston at
Cottage Inn, city. 7-10p
For Sale or Rent Residence on
Main street See Harry Johnson.
Check for Telephone Co.'s
Taxes Received by County
A check for $2,269.44, representing
the taxes of The Pacific Telephone
and Telegraph company in Morrow
county, was turned over to the sher
iff's office Tuesday by D. J. Butch
er, The Dalles manager for the
The total tax bill of The Pacific
Telephone and Telegraph company
throughout the state amounts to
more than $410,000 for the first half
of 1930, or more than $820,000 for
the entire year of 1930, according to
Mr. Butcher. This includes only per
sonal and property taxes, and does
not include income and other taxes.
boats, orange baskets, etc.
The success of a salad depends
upon the dressing used. The pur
pose of the dressing is to heighten
and bring out the taste of neutral
foods,. The dressing also helps to
bring out the decorative effect
which may be done by adding grat
ed cheese to it, ground nuts, red or
green jelly or serving it in little let
tuce cups at the side of the saiaa
Garnishes should be simple and
edible. Some very good ones are:
pickle fans, radish roses, pimientos,
olives, cherries, celery curls (then
celery strips which have stood in
cold water to which lemon juice
has been added.)
The following are suggestions for
1. Salad greens, lettuce, endive,
escarale, etc., should be crisp and
dry, being revived if wilted by
standing in cold water to which a
spoonful of lemon juice has been
2. If vegetables and fruits are
cut in uniform shapes, a salad is
3. Before assembling the salad all
materials should be strained since
the juice will make the dressing wa
tery. 4. Salads should be combined just
Points scored by schools were
Heppner, 22; lone, 19; Lexington,
10; Dist No. 10, 4; Dist No. 59, 1
Dist. No. 11, 3; Dist No. 5, 5; Dist
No. 18, 2.
Neil Shuirman, athletic instruc
tor of the Heppner schools in
charge of local arrangements, ex
tends thanks to all officials for their
assistance. The loving cup will be
on display shortly at Gordon's in
Climaxing the day for child
health was the weenie roast staged
in the evening by Heppner post
American Legion as a benefit for
the proposed city park and play
ground for children. The Heppner
school band had a part in this ac
tivity also, playing several numbers.
TO STAGE FIDDLER CONTEST.
An old-time fiddlers' contest for
the purpose of selecting their entry
for the county-wide contest to be
held later by the Lions club in
Heppner, will be held at the next
social meeting of the Rhea Creek
grange on Saturday night, May 16.
Anyone caring to enter is invited to
participate in the contest.
Good 3-bottom, 16-in. John Deere
plow for sale hardened shears.
Frank Shively, Heppner, 52tf.
Complete Funeral Services In
our New Home
$50 and Upward
A respectable burial without
charge to those who cannot
Give the wife a rest
amid cool and pleas
You'U And the season's
choicest offerings In
vegetables, poultry and
BREAD, PIES, PASTRIES
Made In our own elec
Visit Our Fountain
for cool drinks and de
licious ice cream dishes
ED CHINN, Prop.
WE WANT YOUR
Market prices paid for livestock,
eggs, poultry, cream.
Phone for Prices
lone Cash Market
Dealers in Fresh and Cured Meats
Phone 82 IONE, OREGON
We can give you a
real grease job or
fix that blowout in
Have You Tried the
New Standard Gas?
P. M. GEMMEIX, Prop.
"Our Service Will Please You;
Your Patronage Will Please Us"
COME TO GILLIAM & BISBEE
for your Garden and Flower Seeds, either in
packets or bulk grown here in the North
west. If you have our catalogue we will
supply anything shown in it. Come in or or
der by mail. What we are out of we will get
Alfalfa, Blue Grass, White Clover or any
other grass seed you want. Onion
Sets and Fertilizer.
If you need a disc harrow, we have it at a
very low price.
GILLIAM & BISBEE
We Have It, Will Get It, or It Is Not Made
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E. R. HUSTON, PROPRIETOR
Always to be found here
Quality for 77 years, 1853-1930
HIATT & DIX
Red & White Stores Are Not Chain Stores
Individually and Independently Owned by the
men who operate them, Red & White Stores
are the exact opposite of Chain Stores!
True, we buy cooperatively to give you the
savings which volume purchasing makes pos
sible, but we also give you services and conve
niences which are foreign to the chain store.
Are you enjoying this "last word" in grocery
service? Phone Your Order We Deliver.
SPECIALS SATURDAY ONLY
Sauer Kraut, 22 cans 2 for 25c
New England Baked Beans, 2 Large Cans 41c
White Beans 5 Lbs. 24c
B. & W. Coffee, Mb. Package 27c
R. & W. Coffee, 1-lb. Package 34c
R. & W. Jell Dessert 3 Pkgs. 21c
Selox Washing Powder Lg. Pkg. 17c
Tomato Catsup Large Bottle 21c
QUALITY Always Higher Than PRICE
75 weaner pigs for sale, $5 each.
Frank Swaggart, Lena. 7-10
"Why Snoots, how did you come
to get those holes in your umbrel
la?" "I made them myself, Auntie, so
Harry, wearing his first pair of
pants, went down town to see his
father. After daddy had told him
what a big man he was, he asked
him if he would like a nickel. Harry
"Well, it makes a feller feel bet
ter to have a little money In his
"I've found a dandy
"It has only one drawback.'
"There's a ear in it!'
SUBJECT TO CHANGS WITHOUT NOTICE
FRIDAY AND SATURDAY, MAY 8 AND 9:
"THE BIG HOUSE" "
With Wallace Beery, Lewis Stone and Robert Montgomery.
You've read the headlines. Prison break after prison break. And
now the true Inside story is told in a talkie of magnificent thrills
and heart appeal. See 3000 convicts in their desperate break for
Also SPELL OF THE CIRCUS No. 6 and FLIP THE FROG.
Evenings 20c and 40c Matinee Saturday 2:00 p. m., 10c and 25c
SUNDAY AND MONDAY, MAY 10 AND 11:
With Bill Boyd, Helen Twelvetrees, James Gleason, Lew Cody,
Zasu Pitts, Dorothy Burgess and June Coliyer.
A screen triumph of exceptional charm, as thrilling as it is dra
matic, as gripping as it is artistic and satisfying: a picture with a
soul; a film achievement.
Also two reel comedy, TRAFFIC TANGLE, and scenic, China's
Old Man River."
Matinee Sunday at 2:00 P. M., one showing only. 15c and 30c
Evenings, 25c and 50c.
TUES., WEDS., THURS., MAY 12-13-14:
"DANGEROUS NAN McGREW"
With HELEN KANE.
She's "Dangerous Nan McGrew" She's Queen of the "Boop-boopa-doo."
She's quick on the trigger and, boy, what a "figger!"
She's aiming a good time for you.
Fun galore, Laughs aplenty in this Rootin', Tootin', Shootin' Gun
and Fun Play.
Also laugh reel, GETTING A BREAK.
FREE! Genuine Rogers Silverware FREE!
Beginning with this program ("Dangerous Nan Mc
Grew") we will give redemption cards to each purchas
er of tickets to our Tuesday-Wednesday-Thursday reg
ular programs, which will be accepted as payment for
many and varied pieces and designs of genuine Rogers
Silverware. Catalogue illustrating patterns free upon
request Silverware will also be on display at Thomson
Brothers and Ferguson's Garage. Other firms giving
these tickets are Heppner Laundry, Ferguson Motor
Co., Heppner Planing Mill, and Thomson Brothers. Get
your Silverware cards from each of these Arms and at
at this theater: they are valuable.
SPECIAL On May 12-13-14, to give you a good
start towards your silverware collection, we will
give FIVE cards to each buyer of adult tickets
and THREE cards wih each child's ticket.
COMING NEXT WEEK:
THE AVENGER, with Buck Jones and Dorothy Revier, May 15-16
CHECK AND DOUBLE CHECK, Amos & Andy in their first talk
motion picture, May 17-18.
BLAZE O' GLORY, With Eddie Dowllng, Betty Compson, Henry B.
Walthall and Frankie Darro, May 19-20-21.
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