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HEPPNER GAZETTE TIMES, HEPPNER, OREGON, THURSDAY, AUG. 13, 1931.
Rev. W. W. Head was up from
lone Saturday. Mr. Head announc
ed that he was preparing his world
ly goods at lone for removal to
Cathlamet, Wash., where he ex
pected to go shortly. His departure
leaves lone without a newspaper,
and without a minister of the gos
pel, as Mr. Head has published the
lone Independent while being pas
tor of the Congregational church
in the neighboring city for the last
several years. His leaving Is looked
upon with regret by the many
friends whom he has made In the
county, and this paper joins in
wishing him many happy returns
from his earnest labors among our
Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Smith and
Mrs. P. M. Gemmell returned Sun
day evening from Corvallis where
they had been attending the con
ventions of the American Legion
and Legion Auxiliary the three days
preceding. On their way home
they visited over Saturday night
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. M.
Burgess in Salem, and also enjoyed
a visit with the Roger Morse fam
ily while In Corvallis.
Vawter Crawford returned Sun
day evening from a two weeks'
visit at Astoria and Portland. From
Astoria he enjoyed a number of
trips to points along the coast in
company with his brother-in-law
and sister, Mr. and Mrs. L. G. Ath
erton and brother, Garfield Craw
ford, who visited there at the same
time before going on south to his
home at Fort Worth, Texas.
Dr. F. E. Farrior, Pendleton den
tist who formerly practiced in this
city, enjoyed greeting old - time
friends while here a short time
Saturday afternoon. Mrs. Farrior
and Freddie were visiting In Port
land at the time, he said.
Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Fergu
son, Kay and Mary Lou, and Mr.
and Mrs. Leonard Schwarz so
journed over Saturday night at
Hidaway springs, enjoying a plunge
in the warm pool Sunday morning.
Mrs. H. S. Taylor received word
the end of the week of the sudden
death at Portland of her brother-in-law,
Ed Stauber, and the Taylor
family left immediately for that
Dr. J. P. Stewart, Eyesight Spec
ialist of Pendleton, Oregon, will be
at Heppner Hotel on Monday, Aug
ust 17th. Consult him in regard to
glasses; hours 9 a, m. to 6 p. m. 23
Mrs. B. R. Patterson, who has
been undergoing treatment at a
Portland hospital for several weeks
returned home Saturday evening,
accompanied by Mr. Patterson.
Your hair is your beauty take
care of It Hot Oil and Finger
Wave $1.25 next week. Chapin's
Louis Bergevin, lone wheat far
mer was transacting business in
the city Tuesday.
Sam McCullough was down from
the Sanford canyon farm Saturday.
Mrs. Lillian Cochran, whose resi
dence on South Court street was
recently destroyed by fire, was in
Heppner several days this week
looking after property interests.
She expressed thanks to the neigh
bors and friends who assisted in
subduing the fire. The house and
her belongings in it were a com
plete loss, with the exception of a
trunk and cedar chest containing
some personal effects, and a few
books. She was awaiting adjust
ment on her insurance, amounting
to $4000. Mrs. Cochran stated she
probably would not rebuild.
Mr. and Mrs. John Anglin and
daugter departed Saturday night
on their vacation trip of two weeks
which will take them south into
California as far as Sacramento,
and north to Seattle .Wash., before
their return. During Mr. Anglin's
absence, Harlan Devin is in charge
of the local MacMarr store, being
assisted by Bert Harvey of Pendle
ton. Paul Marble and Elbert Cox re
turned the first of the week from
Corvallis where they attended the
state Legion convention. Mr. Cox
got in Sunday evening and Mr.
Marble returned Monday evening,
having gone to Yakima to get Mrs.
Marble and the children who had
been visiting for a week at that
New equipment installed in the
postofflce this week is an electric
cancelling machine, which will
lighten the labors of the "force'
as soon as put Into operation by an
official of the postal department.
Misses Enid and Virginia Thomp
son, accompanied Mr. and Mrs. E.
O. Ferguston home from Portland
last week and have since been
house guests at the Ferguson
Mr. and Mrs. Grant Olden of
Rhea creek were among Morrow
countyites who enjoyed the warm
springs at Hidaway the end of the
Rev. and Mrs. Glen P. White
have as their guests this week, Mrs,
Frank C.-Anspach and two children
Willard and Hope, from Portland.
C. G. Blayden, justice of the
peace and otherwise prominent cit
izen of Boardman, was transacting
business in the city Tuesday.
The Methodist Missionary society
will meet Tuesday afternoon at 2:30
o'clock. This will be the time for
returning "Mite Boxes."
Mrs. R. W. Turner went to La
Grande Saturday evening for a
visit at the home of her daughter,
Mrs. W. L. LaDusire.
Ralph Reid and Chance Wilson
were Monument cattlemen snip
ping stock from the local yards
Theodore Anderson and son, Har-
ley Anderson, were in the city yes
terday from their Eight Mile farm
We have it, will get it,
or it is not made
Our stock is complete
in Bolts, Clevises, kin
glet rees, Header
Tents, Canteens, Wa
ter Bags, Camp Pots,
Who wants a Maytag
Washer on easy terms
or a Majestic Range.
Don't overlook any
thing for the farm,
ranch, camp or home,
Bring back that natural lustre to
your hair. Hot Ull ana finger
Wave $1.25. Chapin's Beauty
Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Wells were
visiting in the city the end of the
week, from their home at Pendleton.
Wanted 300 mules, 4 yrs. old or
younger. State kind, and lowest
cash price. Chas. Beneflel, Irrigon,
Don't forget. Hot Oil and Finger
Wave $1.25, for that new Perman
ent Wave. Chapin's Beauty Shoppe.
Evergreen blackberries for sale.
$1.50 per crate postpaid; no C. O.
D.'s. R. S. Ludlow, Estacada, Or. 23
C. W. Swanson, lone merchant,
was transacting business in the
city for a short while Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Bowker of
Alpine were visitors in the city on
E. R. Schaeffer, Freezeout ridge
resident, was transacting business
in the city yesterday.
The engagement of Miss Elsie M.
Daniels of Portland to Kenneth J.
Ackley of Walla Walla, Wash., for
merly of Heppner, was made known
at a bridge party given by Miss
Rose Daniels in honor of her sis
ter at their home August 5. News
of the engagement was divulged to
14 girls attending in place cards in
the form of a newspaper extra.
Miss Daniels is the daughter of
Mrs. Rose Daniels of Portland and
Mr. Ackley is the son of Mr. and
Mrs. Herbert M. Ackley of Port
land. Miss Daniels attended Eu
gene high school and Behnke-Wal-ker
Business college in Portland.
She is now engaged in secretarial
work in that city. Mr. Ackley, who
was graduated from Oregon State
college in 1925, has followed news
paper work since that time, in
Oregon, Washington and Alaska.
He formerly handled news and ad
vertisnig on the Heppner Gazette
Times and is now employed on the
news staff of the Walla Walla Un
ion. While in Heppner he took ac
tive part in the work of the Ameri
can Legion, B. P. O. Elks and com
munity affairs. No definite date
has been set but it is expected to
be an event of last of December in
due o Acid
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Phillips since 1875.
DO YOU KNOW THAT
Wheat Holds Sixth
in producing cash income to
the American farmer
Raise some hogs, for there
will be no surplus of pork.
Watch this space for pointers
on the care and feeding of
hogs and learn how the con
can help you
ALMA NEILL, Correspondent
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Helms made
a business trip to Hermiston Mon
day. Sonny Jarmon helped Bartholo
mews and also H. E. Young stack
hay last week.
The Pine City band gave a con
cert at Hermiston Saturday eve
ning, August 8. They played in
front of the Hermiston hotel for
about an hour, then played several
numbers before and after the first
show. The band now consists of
Miss Lida Jarmon returned home
from Portland Friday evening.
Miss Jarmon has been attending
school in Portland for some time.
Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Neill and
children, Hugh, Bernice, Harold
and Ralph spent Sunday at the
home of Mi", and Mrs. Roy Neill.
Mrs. C. H. Bartholomew and
daughter Lila went to Hermiston
Thursday, where they canned veg
etables at the co-op cannery.
Mr. and Mrs. Dee Neill and son,
Hugh, went to the mountains Mon
day to cut wood.
Johnny Brosnan, who went to St
Paul with his sheep, returned home
Miss Oleta Neill, who has been
visiting friends and relatives in
Corvallis and Portland, returned
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Conrad of Al
pine called at the W. D. Neill home
Mr. and Mrs. Charley Morehead
and children, also Lloyd Baldridge,
went to the coast Friday, where
they will remain for a week.
Mr. and Mrs. Lon Wattenburger
returned home from John Day Sat
urday. While there they picked
huckleberries, but reported that
most of the berries have already
Mrs. Percy Jarmon, Mrs. C. H.
Bartholomew, Miss Lura Jarmon,
Miss Lila Bartholomew and Oscar
Jarmon made a business trip to
About ten of the young people
gave Mr. and Mrs. Frank Petti
Give the wife a rest
amid cool and pleas
YouH find the seaaon'e
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 dfche
ED CHINN, Prop.
cord a charivari Sunday night Mr.
and Mrs. Petticord who live in Cor
vallis are now vsiiting Mrs. Petti
cord's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Carl
son. Mrs. Petticord was formerly
Miss Lydia Carlson.
Burl Watterburger and Earl
Wattenburger took a load of honey
to Hardman Monday.
Mrs. John Moore, Mrs. Gunnar
Llndhe and John Moore, Jr., made
a business trip to Pendleton Thursday.
Lon Wattenburger made a busi
ness trip to Echo, Monday, where
he sold his hogs to Ed Liesegang.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Helms made
a business trip to Pendleton Sat
O. F. Bartholomew called at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. Walt Wig
glesworth, Sunday afternoon.
Lincoln and Cotswold range rams
for sale, delivered in lots of 35 or
more; prices attractive. Hugh
Cummings, Corvallis, Ore. 21-24
Get our new low rates on hauling live
stock to North Portland Stockyards.
$10,000 Cargo Insurance
John Day Valley Freight Line
M. VENABLE, Manager. Oflloe B E. May St Phone 1368
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... a button-thru flap pocket
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BOYS1 SIZES . . . 49c
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Store Phone 898 HEPPNER, ORE. Manager's Phone 1S83
10 Mules for Sale Gentle, broke;
weight around 1100; reasonably
priced. G. K. Mantis, Kimberley,
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Gilman building. 15-tf.
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