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HEPPNER GAZETTE TIMES, HEPPNER, OREGON, THURSDAY, FEB. 11, 1932.
Skaters Representing U. S. in Olympic Games
ti men tbt gM """P0 United States team In the world championship! scheduled at Lake
Placid. They won the right to be on the team by competition in amateur events all over the country. From
tr mPl,1? glfJ .H!en Blma- Chicag6; Eliiabeth DuBois, Chicago! Katherlne. "Kit" Klein. Buf
falo; Elsie Muller, New York City; Dorothy Franey, St Paul, and Crystal Bruce, Milwaukee.
The men are, left to right: Edward Schroeder, Valentine Bialis, Eddie Murphy, Irving Jaffe. Ray Murro.
Allen Potts, Springer, Wedge, O'Neill, Farrell, Jack Shea and Tavlor. .
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hoskins were
In from their Rhea creek farm
home Saturday. Late basketball
news led Fred to opine that there
was a time when a team from Echo
on which he played beat several
other teams by large scores, and
when they got tired marking up
pointers for themselves they toss
ed a few into the opponents' bas
kets for good measure.
E. R. Schaeffer, who recently had
the misfortune of being thrown
from a hay wagon resulting In the
fracture of his right knee cap and
who has been confined at Heppner
hospital for several weeks as a re
sult, made it up town the end of
the week. He is able to get about
with the use of a cane though his
leg is yet quite stiff. He enjoyed
getting a breath of air once more.
Mrs. T. J. Humphreys has been
severely 111 at her home since last
Thursday. She was suffering with
an attack of influenza, and on hear
ing the fire .siren last Thursday
morning she rushed to the phone
to find out where the fire was and
fell in a faint It was some time
before she recovered consciousness
and she has been quite 111 since.
T. J. O'Brien was In from the
Butter creek ranch Tuesday morn
ing,. Many people In his part of
the county have been suffering
from sickness of various kinds, and
Mr. O'Brien is anxious to see spring
open up, thinking that perhaps the
end of the maladies would come.
Miss Audrey Beymer was permit
ted to spend most of last week at
the home of her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Tom Beymer on Hinton creek,
by the closing of the Davis school,
of which she is teacher, because of
impassable roads. She returned to
her duties Monday.
YOUNG AS YOU FEEL with
Will Rogers, Star Theater, Sunday
Mr. and Mrs. Orrln Wright were
In the city Monday from their
Rhea creek home after being snow
bound for a week. A drag was
used by R. A. Thmopson to clear
the road of drifts to let his sheep
through and permitted the Wrights
to get through also.
Mr. and Mrs. Vawter Crawford
are among the recent victims of
influenza, both being confined at
home for several days because of
the affliction. They have been show
ing improvement and should be up
and about again In due course.
Charles Cox found It necessary
to take the round-about way thru
Lexington to reach town Monday
from his Heppner Flat farm for
the first time In several days.
Heavy snow drifts was cause of
Captain H. Lee Noe and F. A.
McMahon, state policemen, were In
Heppner yesterday. Captain Noe
was with Officer "Spud" Helms at
the time he was fatally shot by
bandits In La Grande recently.
Miss Juanita Leathers, teacher In
the local schools, went to Portland
the end of the week for medical
treatment During her absence her
sister, Mrs. Lester White, Is sup
plying In the school.
Ed Duran, who was brought to
town last week seriously 111, under
went a major operation at Hepp
ner hospital Monday. His condi
dition was reportetd as critical by
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Johnson
were In the city Sunday from their
borne at Salem, attending the fu
neral of the late Harry Johnson,
brother of Mr. Johnson.
Dr. J. P. Stewart, Eye-Sight Spe
cialist of Pendleton, will be at the
HEPPNER HOTEL on Tuesday,
Feb. 16, 1931. Hours 9:00 a. m. to
6:00 p. m.
Mont Bundy was seen In the city
Monday, coming In from his north
Lexington farm home for the first
time since the recent spell of win
ter. Mr. and Mrs. Bert Kane, Mrs.
Henry Happold and Mrs. Gay M.
Anderson departed for Portland
this morning on business.
Al Troedson from down Morgan
way made It through the snows to
the county seat Saturday. Plenty
of winter out that way, he said.
Frank Wlnnard arrived from
Portland the first of the week. He
will be employed with the R. A.
Born, to Mr.- and Mrs. Pat Mol
lahan at their home on South
Main street last Sunday, an eight
Luther Hamilton has returned to
his home from Heppner hospital
following a severe Illness of several
W. L. McCaleb is doing relief du
ty at Humphreys drug store dur
ing the illness of Mrs. Humphreys.
Lawrence Beach, enterprising
young merchant of Lexington, was
in the city yesterday on business.
Both Mrs. John Hiatt and her
mother are ill at the Hiatt home,
suffering from Influenza.
Lotus Robison was doing busi
ness in the city Tuesday from his
Hardman farm home.
Harry Duvall of Lexington was
in the city a short time yesterday
Bert Bowker, Alpine wheatraiser,
was transacting business in the city
House for rent In good
tion. Lester Doollttle.
Lost Gold cross pin.
turn to this office.
Outlook Reports on KOAC Soon.
Agricultural outlook reports,
adapted to Oregon conditions and
crops, will be broadcast over KOAC
the state college radio Btatlon,
starting Monday, February 15, and
continuing through that week. An
nouncement of the definite sched
ule of commodity reports will be
made over the station before that
Life is a gamble
but we all play
our own cards.
This bonk Is a Financial
Service Station for you and
all the people of this com
munity. Our officers are eager to ad
vise with you on money mat
tors or business problems.
If time Is money many arc
rich and don't know it
Don't put your problems off
put 'em OVER.
There is No Substitute for
Lakeview Sixty head of beef
cattle owned by John O'Neil of
East Side, Lake county, are doing
very well on approximately 2 3-4
pounds of cottonseed cake" and all
the Pahute weed they can eat daily
reports County Agent V. W. John
son, who checked up recently on
the present condition of cattle win
tering there. The Pahute weed has
been practically a life saver for cat
tle and sheep of that county this
winter. Most of the sheep have
been moved to the high desert
By MARGARET HOWARD
The Alpine school has for the
past week been closed on account
of the snow which made it impos
sible for a number of the students
to attend. School was continued
Julian Rauch was a business vis
itor in Heppner Thursday.
Frank Kilkenny ppent Saturday
night at the Jim Carty ranch.
Mr. and Mrs. Bert Michel and
family spent Wednesday afternoon
at the home of Mrs. Margaret Ped
dicord where Mrs. Michel's birth
day was celebrated.
F. W. Hawley and Bruce Senter
made a business trip to Hermiston
Thursday, returning Friday.
Jimmy Carty spent Friday at the
Frank Kilkenny ranch.
Ted McDaid was out from Hepp
ner with a load of wood for the
Kilkenny ranch in Sand Hollow
Mrs. B. P. Doherty and Bill and
Rosella Doherty motored to Pendle
Mr. and Mrs. W. J. McDaid of
Hermiston spent Tuesday night at
Mr. and Mrs. Bert Michel's.
Mrs. Julian Rauch and children
and Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph Klinger
were at Henry Rauch's, Sunday.
Alex Lindsay and Bert Michel
made a trip to Heppner on busi
Bert Bowker was in Heppner
Mrs. Irl Clary and children visit
ed at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Dan Lindsay Sunday.
Henry Rauch motored to Lexing
ton on business Wednesday.
Bernard Doherty was in Heppner
Floyd Conrad returned to his bro
ther Paul's after spending the week
with his parents.
Mr. McRoberts was unable to
cover his mail route Thursday be
cause of the snows which made the
roads impassable. He was able to
cover most of his route Saturday.
Miss Doris Klinger was at the
home of Mrs. Irl Clary all day Wed
nesday. Frank Kilkenny, Jr., has been
sick with the flu but is now better.
He was up and around Saturday.
The February Farm Bureau
meeting was well attended consid
ering the roads and weather con
ditions. A group of songs wre
sung by Belva, Zelma and Lola
Bundy and Fay, May and Edna
Rauch; "A Permanent Cure," Lola
Eundy; vocal solo, Henry Rauch;
"Mrs. Rabbit's School," Mildred
Clary, and a number o old-time
songs by Dan Lindsay. This was
followed by a social time and a
THEY MUST BE
EE When you consider that
MONARCH CANNED FOODS
H have been favorites of the American public j
H for more than 60 years you can come to but
H one conclusion "THEY MUST BE GOOD"
QUALITY FOODS ALWAYS AT
193 2's New Low Price
on Extra Duty
Great news, even for these times!
Workers who know "Pay Day's"
will marvel that they can possibly
sell for so little!
But here they are the same fifteen
extra points of superiority . . . the
same wear-giving materials the
same quality that has made them
leaders everywhere !
At this new low price, they chal
lenge all comparison !
Boys Sizes 69c
E. H. Ebsen was at Irl Clary's,
Russell Moore was at the home of
Wlllard Hawley, Friday.
Miss Gertrude Tichenor reports
that spring in the East is early.
Farmers are plowing and harrow
ing. The depression seems more
acute there. Many stores are clos
ing and businesses going bankrupt
Miss Tichenor expects to return
Charles Lee and Lowell Young of
Gilliam & Bisbee's
Saves You Money
With every quart of
NISH at the regular
price of $1.25 per qt.
you get a 3-inch bris
tle Varnish Brush
that sells at 60 cents.
This Quick-Step sale
continues for 30 days
only and will close on
the evening of Decem
Q.UICK-STEP is the
ideal varnish for
floors as well as for
all kinds of wood
work. In addition to the
above we will be glad
to furnish you any
thing in the Paint and
Butter creek attended Farm Bu
reau Saturday evening.
Dan Lindsay was at Ed Ditty's
Miss Doris Klinger visited at the
Charles Klinger home Friday. -
Due to the recent melting of the
snows In Sand Hollow the creek is
again roaring on Its way down the
Miss Margaret Howard was at
the J. S. Moore home Sunday eve-ning.
Edward Ditty had dinner at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. Bert Michel
There will be a shower for little
Joseph at the Ebsen home Friday
evening, to be followed by a dance.
Pat Curran and Lawrence and
Johnny Doherty were in Heppner
on business Thursday.
Gene, Bruce, Vevel and Rhuey
Ann Senter were at the home of
their aunt Mrs. Bert Michel, last
Dealers in Flour, Poultry and Dairy Feeds
OIL MASH and SCRATCH FEED For Tour Winter layers,
ALSO ALL STOCK FEEDS.
General Warehouse Storage and Custom Grinding.
Heppner Gazette Times Only $2.00 Per Year
coupled with fast and efficient delivery
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tional cost should be considered in plac
ing your freight oders.
$10,000 Cargo Insurance
for your protection.
John Day Valley Freight Line
M. VENABLE, Manager. Office 5 E. Hay St Phone 1363
Making Lie Richer
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Three cents to hear the world s greatest in your home .
Three centi is alt you pay to listen in
on the radio all evening.
Less than a dollar a month. Isn't this
electrical service a truly great value?
Or consider the other services illus
trated below. Has any other industry
ever given you more for your money?
do you get more
for your money
than in buying
For Electrical Equipment Consult Dealer in Your Town.
Case Furniture Company
Gilliam & Bisbee, Hardware
Latourell Auto Company
W. F. Mahrt Electrical Store
Peoples Hardware Company
Peterson's Jewelry Store
Karl L. Beach Store Lexington
Bert Mason Store lone
Pacific Power & Light Company
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