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HEPPNER GAZETTE TIMES, HEPPNER, OREGON. THURSDAY, OCT. 8, 1931.
By MRS. HARRY DUVAIX.
Lexington Parent Teacher asso
ciation held its first meeting on
Wednesday evening, Sept 30, at the
hirii school auditorium. The pro
gram for the evening consisted of
a piano duet by Mrs. Harry Schrle
ver and Miss Clara Holey. This
was followed by two solos by Laur
el Reach, accompanied by Miss
Holey. A short business session
was held. One of the chief items
of interest to partons of the entire
school was the decision to convert
the old typing room into a rest
room to be used in case of accident
or illness of pupils. A cot has been
loaned, also a pillow, but the room
is in need of sheets, blankets, tow
els, bandages and a few simple
medical supplies. Everyone should
be interested in this and any arti
cle they can give or loan for the
school year will be gladly received.
The next meeting will be held on
Wednesday evening, October 28, at
7:30. A short health program will
be given, followed by a brief busi
ness session. A get together party
of parents and teachers will be held
in the gym. All patrons and peo
ple interested in the school are in
vited and urged to attend. Light
refreshments will be served.
A large crowd from Lexington at
tended the Pomona Grange held
at lone last Saturday. In the af
ternoon Laurel Beach sang and he
was accompanied on the piano by
Miss Mae Gentry.
Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Thornburg
spent the week end here visiting
relatives and friends.
Mrs. Lorena Isom, who is visit
ing with Mrs. Lavilla Howell, made
a trip to Portland Monday, return
R. H. Lane kindly conveyed the
Lexington high school to' Heppner
last Friday. They went up in Mr.
Lane's big truck to the practice
football game between Lexington
and Heppner. The Lex boys were
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Duvall and
Winford spent Sunday in Stanfield,
visiting with Mrs. Duvall's parents,
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Waid. They
went over to help Mr. Waid cele
brate his eightieth birthday.
Please remember Saturday, Oct
24. This will be the Fifth Annual
Pioneers reunion. Everybody is in
vited to come and enjoy the day
visiting with old friends.
Word has been received here that
Eula McMillan and Helen Valentine
have both pledged the Alpha Delta
Pi sorority at the University of
Oregon. Ruth Dmges has pledged
the Alpha Omicron Pi at Oregon
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Lucas have
moved into the Leach house and
are getting nicely settled.
Mrs. Lavilla Howell spent the
week end shopping in Pendleton.
Mrs. Lucy Rodgers from Heppner
was in Lexington last Saturday on
Mrs. Emma Breshears states that
she has received her notarial com
mission from the governor, which
is good for four years. She also
received her commission for Post
Office General from Washington,
D. C. This is good for an indefinite
Mrs. Roy Campbell of the Social
Ridge district is enjoying a visit
with her father, Mr. Severance, of
The executive committee of the
P. T. A. met at the home of Mrs.
Harry Dinges Monday night Those
present were Mr. and Mrs. Robert
Wilcox, Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Ingles,
Mrs. Lester White, Mrs. Ed Kelly,
Mrs. Lavilla Howell and Norma.
Mrs. Katherine Owens and little
daughter Luella are here on a visit
Mrs. Owens was formerly Miss
Katherine Eskelson and she is vis
iting her sisters, Mrs. Lawrence
Palmer, Mr. Robert Wilcox and
Mrs. William VanWinkle. She ex
pects to visit her brother, Earl, in
Heppner before returning to her
home in Salem.
A party composed of Mr. and Mrs,
Paul Menegat of Heppner, Mr. and
Mrs Edwin Ingles, Mrs. Inderbit
zen and Miss Clara Holey of Lex
ington, motored to Yakima for the
week end to visit friend3.
Lester McMillan is stil improving
from his recent illness and he is
planning to return to school next
Adventure Spices Life
Of Highway Engineer
(Continued from First Page.)
ty side of the pass, three loops were
constructed in going two miles to
overcome a distance of 1000 feet
The 1000-foot way was taken when
moving materials In, by shooting
them down over the mountainside
The forest service has signed all
the connecting roads which join the
new construction. A forest road
built last year from Ukiah joins
with the 5.2 mile stretch. It is 59
miles to Ukiah from this point
Other roads leading off, are the
Dixon Ranger station, Lone Rock
and The Notch roads. The Notch
is a forest station overlooking the
property of the Kinzua lumbering
The Heppner-Spray road passes
through the belt of yellow pine tim
ber being tapped by the Kinzua
mill, and much of the timber is
now overripe. Lumbering interests
have timber leased adjacent to the
road, and last week had a camp es
tablished not far from the highway
construction camp for the purpose
of treating bugs on the trees in that
ALMA NEILL, Correspondent
Mrs. Walter Wigglesworth spent
Thursday night at the home of Mrs.
Clayton Ayers made a business
trip to Stanfleld and Echo Satur
Tom Boylen of Pendleton was a
business visitor on Butter creek
Charley Melville and Miss Ger
trude Tichenor spent Sunday eve
ning at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
W. D. Neill.
Band rehearsal was held Thurs
day evening at the Pine City audi
torium. Besides the Pine City band
members present was Mr. Harvey
Meyers and Zoe McFaul of Echo.
Mr. Meyers played the snare drum
and Zoe played the clarinet Vis
itors were Mrs. Lucy Jarmon, Mrs.
Ollie Neill, Mrs. Roy Neill, Mrs.
Burl Wattenburger, Mrs. Walt Wig
glesworth, Neva Neill, O. F. Bar
tholomew, Bert Corbin, Russel
Moore, Miss Heath, Miss Konaon,
Miss Marie Young and Burl Wat
Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Morehead and
children made a business trip to
The Misses Marie Young and
Nancy Koanon made a trip to
Heppner Saturday. Mrs. Emery
Cox and daughter Betty Bermce
returned home with. them.
Among the Pine City people who
attended the Farm Bureau meet
ing at Alpine Saturday night were
Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Moore, Audrey,
Naomi; Russell and John Moore,
Mrs. E. P. Jarmon. Oscar Jarmon,
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Niell and Alma,
W. D. Neill and children Hugh, Ber
nice, Harold and Ralph, and Bert
Paul Bull visited at the H. E.
Young home Sunday.
The Misses Neva and Oleta Neill,
Lila Bartholomew and Elsie Strain
went for a horseback ride on the
A good rain was welcomed by all
the Pine City poeple Sunday after
noon and night
Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Young and
children visited at the home of
their daughter, Mrs. Emery Cox,
Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Wattenburger
were business visitors on Butter
Tom O'Brien and Walt Wiggles-
worth, who made a business trip
to Oregon City last week, returned
home Sunday night
The Morrow county road crew,
which has been working the Butter
creek road between Joe Kenny's
and Oltie Neill's, finished work Saturday.
Fred Lee and Lowell Young made
a trip to the mountains last week.
constructed by a county crew. Here
the road Joins the Eight Mile mar
ket road, which is wash-boardy at
Mr. Norris believes on rough es
timation that $40,000 will put the
Rock creek section In shape. The
Bureau or Public Roads expended
B5,uoo for the 5.2 mile stretch in
eluding engineering costs and $1400
for drift fence. The 4.4 miles now
being made will cost $160,000 of bu
reau money, It being the heaviest
construction on the entire route,
Money is now available for sur
facing the 5.2 mile stretch, and it is
probable this work will be done in
the spring, and the 4.4 miles along
with it as It would be more econ
omical to let the whole Job In one
In addition to its money expend
ed on the road, which, when pre
sent contracts are completed, will
exceed $400,000, the forest people
are contemplating the construction
of a public park near Wilson pass,
similar to Blue Mountain park be
tween Spray and Fossil on the John
Day highway. The spot is ideal,
overlooking a deep, wooded canyon,
ana navlng a fine llowlng spring.
.The new grade has not been
opened to the public as It is Impos
Bible to traverse the uncompleted
portion by car. When it Is opened
many people will marvel at the
wonderful grade and beauty of the
road. Some steep country Is tra
versed, but the grade is easy all
the way. Five percent is not ex
ceeded In reaching the highest
point after leaving Chapin creek,
where the road reaches an eleva
tion of 4842 feet Wilson pass,
through which the 5.2 mile stretch
passes, is 4650 feet Going down
the mountain on the Wheeler coun-
CHURCH OF CHRIST.
JOEL R. BENTON. Minister.
Mrs. Wm. Poulson. Director of Music.
Bible School, 9:45 A. M.
Morning Worship, 11 o'clock.
Senior and Junior Christian En
deavor, 6:30 P. M.
Evening Worship, 7:30 o'clock.
Choir rehearsal, Wednesday eve
ning, 7:30 o'clock:
Church Night, Thursday evening,
Out of the Furnace."..
"Then Shadrach, Meshach, and
Abednego came forth out of the
midst of the fire nor was an hair
of their head singed, neither were
their coats changed, nor the smell
of fire had passed on them." Dan
Out of the fiery furnace into
which these young men were cast
for the sake of their testimony for
God, has come one of the world's
richest legacies of heroic faith, he
roic courage, and heroic sacrifice.
Many of the world's greatest
blessings and heritages have come
out of the fiery furnace of trial and
affliction. ' .
Pascal, the great writer and
preacher, never knew what it was
to have a day without pain after he
was eighteen years of age.
Richard Baxter wrote "Saint's
Everlasting Rest" while he walked
in the furnace of suffering.
Pasteur, who discovered the cure
for rabbies, lived twenty-seven
years after a paralytic stroke, and
did the very' best work of his life
in this period.
Prescott, the historian, lost the
sight of one eye, and, though he
could scarcely see out of the other
eye, he went through more than a
hundred volumes of musty litera
ture to get his facts.
Lord Nelson, in his early life was
a weakling, and thru all his life
was handicapped by physical in
Milton's "Paradise Lost" was
born in the furnace of affliction.
Fanny Crosby's six thousand
hymns came singing out of the furnace.
Most of the things that are good
came out of furnaces some sort of
suffering that makes men and wo
men strong and courageous and
The furnace often proves to be
our best chance to become some
thing and do something, worth
If you have not a church home,
we very cordially Invite you to
come and worship with us. Begin
the Lord's Day in our Bible School
and have a part in all the services
and activities of this Oin
Christ. You will be interested and
helped. For the coming Lord's
Day the sermon subjects are: For
the morning, "This Mind;" evening,
GLEN P. WHITE. Pastor. -9:45
a. m., Sunday School.
11:00 a. m.. Morning worship
hour. Message, "Taking Jesus In
to our Homes."
6:30 p. m., Epworth League.
7:30 p. m.. Song service and In
"As for me and my house, we will
serve the Lord." Joshua 24:15.
We are always glad to see you at
all our services.
Trade and Employment
Advertisementi under this head
will be inserted twloe FREE OF
CHABGE, where no money li In
volved in the transaction. This n
clndes commodity exchange, situa
tion wanted and help wanted ads.
' OCTOPUS ON DISPLAY.
E. Lathrop, sea captain who for
22 years sailed the Oregon coast, in
displaying a large stunea aevu nsa
at the Curran Millinery shop, giv
ing 15 percent of the proceeds to
the Heppner Public library. A
charge of 10 and 15 cents is being
mnrie to view the soeclmen. which
Mr. Lathrop caught off Rose spit,
south cf Ketchikan, on tne Alas
kan coast Mr. Lathrorj gives a dis
course on the nature and habits of
the octopus. As the display is made
for educational purposes, he says
no child is turned awav if he or she
is not able to produce the 10 cents.
W. R. C, TO MEET.
The W omens Relief Corps will
hold their regular meeting on Wed
nesday, October 14, at 2:30, at the
residence of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur
McAtee. Each member is request
ed to bring a small package, not
to exceed 25 cents in value, ror
surprise sale. Secretary.
STAR MEETS FRIDAY.
Ruth Chapter, Order of Eastern
Star, will meet tomorrow (Friday)
evening in regular session. Degree
work and refreshments are on the
program, according to Mrs. C- W.
McNamer, worthy matron.
WOMEN'S STUDY CLUB.
Because of conflicting dates, the
Women's Study club have postpon
ed their regular meeting from Mon
day, Oct 12, to the following Mon
day, the 19th. The meeting Will
be at the Parish house.
Picked-Up Brown 3 or 4 year old
stallion, coarse Clydesdale or Per
cheron. Also Shorthorn bull. 4-vr.-
old. He been at my place about
six months. No visible brands. B,
F. Swaggart, Lexington, Ore.
Anyone having grass or range
pasture for horses may have good
milk cows in exchange for same.
B. F. Swaggart, Lexington, Ore.
To . Trade Lambs for yearling
Rambouillet buck. Rufus Pieper,
Lexington, Ore. 29-30
Will trade '24 ton and quarter
Reo speed wagon, in good mechani
cal condition, for light car. Phone
or write E. H. French, Hardman,
$25 REWARD OFFERED.
State Policeman Francis announ
ces that he will pay $25 reward for
Information leading to the convic
tion of a man who has been using
a spotlight for hunting after night
in Willow creek canyon, the infor
mation to be kept confidential.
W. S. Anderson, brother of Gay
M. Anderson, county clerk, arrived
in the city Tuesday from his home
at Portland, expecting to enjoy a
hunting trip before returning to
the city. .
C I For Trouble!
V r due to Acid
I THAT many people call imHgcs
W tion very often means excess
acid in the stomach. The stomach
nerves have been over-stimulated,
and food sours. The corrective is an
alkali, which neutralizes the acids
instantly. And the best alkali known
to medical science is Phillips Milk
One spoonfu of this harmless,
tasteless alkali in water neutralizes
instantly many times that much
acid, and the symptoms 'disappear
at once. You will never use crude
methods when once you learn the
efficiency of this. Go get a small
bottle to try.
Be sure to get the genuine Phillips
Milk of Magnesia prescribed by
physicians for 50 years in correcting
excess acids. 25c and 50c a bottle
G R 0 C E R Y
E. R. HUSTON, PROPRIETOR
CHOOSE THE BEST
That's why we feature
CANNED FOOD DELIGHTS
Fresh Candies and School Supplies always
on hand for the kiddies.
40,000 Tons Northwest
Vheat Sold to China
Crtnkon Vnrtv thousand tons
of 1931 wheat were reported last
w.k hv Henrv W. Collins, vice-
president and Pacific coast mana
ger of the Farmers iMauonai ura"'
corporation, to have been sold to
nrlvatn huvera In China All of this
wheat was grown in Washington,
Oregon and Idaho, Mr. tjomns saiu.
It is for October delivery end is in
addition tn the WT.OOO tons ordered
by the federal farm board to be
loaded in the; Columbia river tor
the Chinese nationalist government
as part of the 15,000,000 bushel deal
consummated last week, tsesmes
these, Collins said, several large
sales bv Drivate exporters to buy
ers in the orient have been report
SUBJECT TO CHANGE WITHOUT NOTICE
Picture Starts 7:45 Doors Open 7:30 Kvery Evening.
FRIDAY AND SATURDAY, OCTOBER 9-10:
With LOIS MORAN, J. HAROLD MURRAY, J. M. KERRIGAN
and Marie Saxon.
A thrill-filled drama of the great Northwest and Its "Mounties."
Also CLUB SANDWICH, a Terrytoon, and THE STRANGLEB,
one of the thrilling experiences in the careen of Wm. J. Burns, one
of the world's greatest detectives.
"CHARLIE CHAN CARRIES ON," specified on
our calendar for this date, will not be shown.
SUNDAY AND MONDAY, OCTOBER 11-12:
With MARIE DRESSLKR and POLLY MOKAN, not to mention
stuttering liowcoe Ates".
They give you the grandest laugh for your money you've ever
had. Marie enters the political game and how she makes the
grafters run. It's a riot
Also THE GEOGRAPHY LESSON, two reel all color comedy,
MATINEE at 2:00 P. M., 15c and 80c. Evenings 25c and BOo
TUBS., WEDS., TIIURS, OCTOBER 13-14-15:
With EDMUND LOWE and JOAN BENNETT.
A dramatic thriller that will amaze you, a love story you'll never
forget Edmund Lowe in a baflllng dual role.
Also cartoon comedy, A FOWL AFFAIR
"MR. LEMON OF ORANGE," advertised on our
calendar for this date, will not be shown.
COMING NEXT WEEK:
Goorgo O'Brirn In FAIR WARNING, Oct 1B-17.
Richard Hiirthelmoss in THE LAST FLIGHT, Oct 18-19. ("The
Brut" will not be Known as advcrtlm-d on October calendar.)
Ramon Navarro In SON OF INDIA, Oct 20-21-22.
"YOUNG AS YOU FEEL," advertised on our
October calendar for showing Oct. 25-26, will not
be shown. Wc will have "Chic" Sale and Walter
Huston in THE STAR WITNESS on those dates.
Mr. and Mrs. Milton L. Meyers
and Mrs. Rex Davis of Salem pass
ed through Heppner today on their
way to Pendleton. Mr. Meyers Is
grand high priest of the Royal
Arch Masons of Oregon and in on
an inspection trip through the
eastern part of the state.
J. M. Devers, attorney for the
Oregon-State Highway commission.
stopped In Heppner for a short time
yesterday morning while on his way
from Pendleton to Portland He
discussed matters pertaining to the
local emergency employment situa
tion with the local committee ap
pointed by Govrenor Meier.
When you take Bayer Aspirin you
are sure of two things. It's sure relief.
and it's harmless. Those tablets with
the Bayer cross do not hurt the heart
Take them whenever you suffer from
Sore Throat Lumbago
When vour head aches from anv
cause when a cold has settled in
VOur lomts. or VOU feel those deerw
down pains of rheumatism, sciatica,
or lumbago, take Bayer Aspirin and
get real relief. If the rarkape suva
Bayer, it's genuine. And genuine
Bayer Aspirin is safe.
Aspirin is the trade-mark of Bayer
manufacture of monoaceticacidester
trade for beef cattle. C. R. Peter
son, Kimberley. Ore. 30-33
$5 and $6 Permanent Wave
Special, this week and next week.
Chapin Beauty Shop, phone 1112.
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Two furnished rooms with steam
heat for rent . Mrs. M. L. Curran.
This week and next week, per
manent wave special, Chapin Beau
ty shop, phone 1112.
Sheep ranee for lease, in Morrow
county, 4 miles from Cecil; 5000
acres, good place to feed on Willow
creek. Tom McEntlre, La Grande,
This week and next week, per
manent wave special, Chapin Beau
ty shop, phone 1112.
Mr. and Mrs. Loyal Parker have
returned to Heppner after residing
near Monument for several months,
and will make their home here for
The ladies of the Altar society of
St Patrick's church wll hold a food
sale at the office of Frank Turner
the forenoon of Saturday, Oct. 10.
Bourbon Red turkey toms $7.50
each; hens, J4. Daisy Butler, Wil
i -t rw. PolHwoll hetn whenever vour
child is feverish or upset; or has
His simple prescription win mane
that bilious, headachy, cross boy or
girl comfortable, happy, well in just
a few hours. It soon restores the
bowels to healthy regularity. It helps
"break-up" a cold by keeping the
bowels free from all that sickening
mucus waste. .
You have a famous doctor s word
for this laxative. Dr. Caldwell's record
of having attended over 3500 births
without loss of one mother or baby
is believed unique in American
in.t o hnttln of Dr. Caldwell s
Syrup Pepsin from your drugstore
and have it ready. Then you won't
have to worry when any member of
your family is headachy, bilious,
gassy or constipated. Syrup Pepsin
is good for all ages. It sweetens the
bowels; increases appetite aakes
digestion more complete.
Don't miss POLITICS at Star
Theater Sunday and Monday.
Six good work horses to sell, or
Dr. W. B. Caldwell's
A Doctor's Family Laxmtive
BEWARE OF IMITATIONS
4-H Clubs and Your
RED 6 WHITE Store
The boys and girls enrolled in 4-H Cub work, who will be
In Hoppner for the county-wide fair Saturday, will ap
preciate the service of the BED & WHITE STORE. For
their success, like ours, Is dependent upon individual in
itiative and enterprise. They are learning what It means
to coopratet in buying the way we do, and they are also
learning that the community prospers only as individual
The Red & White Store is Individually
Owned and Operated.
We Are Glad to Join in Welcoming the 4-H
Clubbers to Heppner
SPECIALS SATURDAY ONLY
1-Lb. Pkg. B. & W. COFFEE 27c
1-Lb. Pkg. R. & W. COFFEE 34c
3 Cans B. & W. OYSTERS 51c
3 R. & W. NODLES, MACARONI and
Flavor Foods SALAD DRESSING, Pts. 20c
R. & W. RICE FLAKES, 2 for 21c
R. & W. JELL DESSERT, 5 for 35c
R. & W. PANCAKE FLOUR, Pkg 31c
tJiz RI E B G H B 0
Local agents of Stock Fire Insurance companies
are numbered among your home town people
These agents live here own property and
pay taxes here are part of the business and civic
interest of the community. Every property owner
should frequently consult his insurance agent.
The companies have large investments in this
state. A very personal relationship exists between
STOCK FIRE INSURANCE
which not only provides the indemnity br
which you pay, but works constantly in many
ways to insure the safety of your family, your
home, your business and community.
Stock Fire Insurant! Companies are represented by Capable Agents in your community
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