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HEPPNER GAZETTE TIMES, HEPPNER, OREGON, THURSDAY, FEB. 25, 1932.
problems, but has them sincerely at
President Hoover gave Dr. Sum
mers no intimation when he would
fill the existing vacancy on the
been endorsed by the directors of
North Pacific Grain Growers.
He has been widely endorsed by
bankers, business men and farm or
ganizations of the Pacific North
west Endorsements point out that the
Pacific northwest is the only large
producing area in the country not
now represented on the farm board,
and propose Mr. Dorman as one
who not only knows the farmers'
Mrs. T. Quaid and friend, Mrs.
Matron, of Portland, were in Hepp
ner Tuesday on business and pleas
ure. Mrs. Quaid, a pioneer Morrow
county resident who came here in
1S71, has made her home in Port
land since retiring from the farm
several years ago. It was Mrs. Mat
son's first visit to eastern Oregon
and she considered the hills beauti
ful. Wendell Cleveland, whom they
visited, remarked that she would
see a less poetic side of life if she
were forced to arise at 4 o'clock
every morning to attend to farm
chores. Mrs. Quaid agreed, saying
that there was plenty to detract
from the glamorous side of life in
the early pioneer days. She and
. Mr. Quaid located out on Balm
fork before there was a store in
Heppner. The only church near at
the time was located in Stansbury
canyon, and they attended once a
week, making the trip in a light
spring wagon. She believed farm
life in Morrow county would be
more enjoyable now, since farmers
enjoy about all the modern conve
niences of life.
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Bucknum made
a trip to Mt. Vernon and John Day
last Friday, Mr. Bucknum going to
the interior towns for the purpose
of placing a bid on some concrete
work. At John Day they enjoyed
a short visit with John Farley, for
mer Heppner boy, in charge of Wil-
son's gent clothing store there.
Rev. and Mrs. Glen P. White mo
tored to Hermlston Monday morn
ing to attend a sub-district confer
ence of ministers of the Methodist
church. On their return they were
accompaneid by Dr. Thomas
Yarnes, state superintendent, who
held a conference at the local
church Tuesday evening.
Miss Margaret Laughney, sister
of Mrs. Walter Moore, visited over
the week end at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. W. E. Moore. Her home
is in Seattle. Mr. Moore took Miss
Loughney to Arlington Monday
morning to catch the train on her
P. A. Andrson, former Morrow
county abstractor now of Portland
arrived in the city the end of the
week for a visit with Mrs. Ander
son, who has been spending some
time at the home of her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. E. F. Campbell.
Bert Johnson and Hank Filklns
were in the city on business for a
short time Tuesday morning from
the north lone farm. Bert report
ed the ground too mucky at pres
ent to start farming operations. -
Mrs. Mattie Adkins returned
home Tuesday after a six weeks
visit with her daughters, Mrs. Fred
Elder at Wapato, Wash., and Mrs.
Waldo Vincent at Freewater.
WEST OF BROADWAY, with
John Gilbert giving his most dra
matic portrayal in a 1932-style ro
mance, Star Theater, Sunday and
Mr. and Mrs. Gay M. Anderson
returned Monday from Vancouver
and Portland, where they were
called by the death of a niece.
Get your hair in shape for that
next permanent wave. Hot oil and
shampoo next week for 50c. Phone
1112, Chapin Beauty Shop.
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Smith took
their baby son Gerald to Portland
Monday evening for the attention
of a baby specialist
Dr. Clarke, EYE SPECIALIST,
In Heppner, regular monthly trip,
TUES. and WED., Mar. 1st and 2nd
at Hotel Heppner.
Want 10 or IS head of cattle to
put In feed lot 30 to 40 days at 6c
per day. B. H. Peck, 4 miles south
of Lexington. 46tf.
John Turley has returned to
Heppner after spending a couple
of months at Goshen in the Willam
Earl W. Gordon made a hurried
business trip to Portland Friday
night, returning Saturday night
Mrs. Harry Tamblyn was called
to Boise, Idaho, Monday by the ser
ious lllnes of her father.
Finger Wave and Marcel 50c next
week. Phone 1112 for appointment
Chapin Beauty Shop.
Hot Oil Shampoo 50c next week
at Chapin Beauty Shop, phone 1112.
For Sale 80 tons alfalfa hay. F.
E. Mason, phone 16F12. lone. 50-51
By MRS. HARRY DUVALL.
The song of a robin, the disap
pearance of the snow and the bud
ding of the lilacs are good signs
that spring is just around the cor
ner. Mrs. Sarah Caroline White re
turned home Monday after a two
months' visit with her daughter and
son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Lee Gil
breath, at Dayton, Wash. Mr. Gil
breath brought her as far as Pen
dleton where she was met by her
son Gerald. He brought her on
home and spent a short time here
visiting before returning to his
home in Hermlston. He states that
his wife's mother, Mrs. Louise Rust,
is no better. She is staying with
them at present and has been very
ill for several months.
Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Ingles mo
tored to Arlington Saturday after
Mrs. Chas. Inderbitzen who return
ed from a week's visit in Portland.
Orville Cutsforth enjoyed a visit
over Sunday from his sister Dora
and her husband Frank Brosius of
Mrs. Maude Pointer and son
Donald arrived a few days ago.
Donald will spend the spring here
looking after his mother's ranch
and she will return to Salem in a
A masquerade dance will be giv
en here Saturday night by the H.
E. club of the grange wtih Slim's
Full House orchestra. Prizes will
be given for the best costumes and
the admission will be 50 cents for
men and 25 cents for ladies.
The birth of George Washington
was observed by the school Friday
afternoon when the pupils present
ed the following program: song,
Father of the Land We Love, all
grades; salute to the flag, first and
second grades; Life of Washington,
Lester McMillan; dialogue, Wash
ington or Lincoln, seventh and
eighth grades; recitation, I Won
der, Keith Gentry; recitation, The
Best Flag, Albert Edwards; The
Boys, the Bees and the British,
third and fourth grades; song, Tax
on Our Tea, fifth and sixth grades;
reading, Wee Washington, Bernlce
Martin; Cherry Tree Hero, boys of
first and second grades; George and
the Colt, Eileen Kelly and Elmer
Blaine; reading, Fred Brown, Lola
Bundy; reading, The Quest, Wilma
Tucker; recitation, What Fun, Lee
Shaw; recitation, The Ride, Billy
Burchell; guitar duet, Keith Gentry
and LaVerne Wright; flag drill,
first and second grades; Flag of
Washington, third grade; recita
tion, Ching Tells About the Cherry
Tree, Vester Shaw; song, Why Do
We Celebrate Today, third and
fourth grades; Forgotten Facts
About Washington, Grace Burchell
and Edith Tucker; song, Star
Spangled Banner, by all.
Mrs. Dale Rhea from lone spejit
the day Thursday visiting with Mr.
and Mrs. Galey Johnson.
Nancy Johnson is suffering with
flu-pneumonia. She is spending the
winter here with her sister, Mrs.
A. M. Edwards.
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Menegat Mr.
and Mrs. Clarence Howell, Miss
Clara Holey and George Glllis
spent an enjoyable evening Sunday
with Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Ingles.
The occasion was the birthday of
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Shinn arrived
from Portland Tuesday morning.
They will spend some time here
with their daughter, Mrs. John Mc
Millan and family.
Dale Yocom returned to school
Monday. He has been absent since
the Chrsitmas holidays when he re
ceived a broken leg in a sled colli
sion on the hill during the snow
Delsie Chapel of Hardman is
spending the week here with her
aunt Mrs. La Velle Howell. Norma
Howell is ill at her home with
symptoms of intestinal flu.
Hot lunches at school will be dis
continued the last of this week.
The teachers are preparing to at
tend the county institute Friday at
Saturday evening our high school
basketball team played Heppner
here. The score was 31-4 in favor
of Lexington. The juniors realized
a nice sum of money from their
candy sale. Heppner band furnish
ed music during the game.
Wednesday evening of last week
Irrigon played here and were de
feated by a score of 28-14. Our boys
will play their last game here Sat
urday night with Condon.
Johnny Miller received a letter
Saturday from his brother Cliff. He
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is a member of the coast guards
and is now stationed at Fort Hugh
es in the Philippine islands.
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Campbell left
late Saturday evening for Banks
in response to a telegram stating
the serious illness of Mrs. Camp
bell's father, Mr. Severence. They
reached Banks early Sunday morn
ing but Mr. Severence had passed
away a few hours before they ar
rived. Clark Davis went down with
them to help Roy with the driving.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert McMurtry
and son Glen arrived Saturday
from Salem. They came up to see
Mrs. McMurtrs father, E. S. Dur
an, who is ill.
A very good crowd attended the
play Friday night They made
$28.60 after all expenses were paid.
The play was given by the alumni
and the proceeds went to the pre
sent senior class.
James Valentine was operated on
for appendicitis Saturday morning
at the Heppner hospital. He is
getting along nicely.
Mrs. George White is ill at Dr.
Gray's hospital in Heppner. She is
some better at this time.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Munkers en
tertained a large party of neigh
bors and friends at their home last
Saturday night. The evening was
spent playing cards and dancing.
Refreshments were served at mid
night Lowell Stockard of Hermlston
spent a few days here this week
visiting with his uncle and aunt
Mr. and Mrs. Gene Gray.
Otto Ruhl has a lame back. His
saddle horse slipped with him on
the highway and fell.
Alec Hunt is still very ill at his
home wtih erisipelas caused from
wheat poisoning. .
Mr. and Mrs. Gene Gentry, Mae
and Peggy Warner were shopping
in Pendleton Saturday.
Mrs. Carl Miller has improved
Three Olympic Speed Queens
Left to right, these skating champions are Elizabeth Dubois, Chicago,
winner of the 100-meter international race at Lake Placid; Jean Wilson,
Canada. 500-meter winner and Kit Klein, Buff alo, 1,500 meters, which is a
little more than a mile.
NEW ACCOUNTS' '-sj
Life is a gamble
but we all play
our own cards.
This bank is a Financial
Service Station for you and
all the people of this com
munity. Our oflloers are eager to ad
vise with you on money mat
tors or business problems.
If time Is money many are
rich and don't know It
Don't put your problems off
put 'em OVER.
There Is No Substitute for
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from her recent illness and is able
to be out again.
Dr. McMurdo was calling on Oli
via Baldwin Monday night She
was 111 with an attack of food poi
A bridge was washed out om
Blackhorse Monday night and the
bus was unable to reach school
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Breshears
were business visitors in Pendleton
Appointment of Dorman
On Farm Board Pushed
Spokane, Wash., Feb. 24. Ap
pointment to the federal farm board
of Orris Dorman, Spokane and La
crosse wheat farmer and director
of membership relations of North
Pacific Grain Growers Inc., showed
added promise this week following
a call upon President Hoover by
Representative John W. Summers
of Walla Walla.
Dr. Summers is a staunch advo
cate of Mr. Dorman's appointment
He told Mr. Hoover that he also
carried the personal recommenda
tion of Senator Wesley L. Jones,
who was unable to accompany him
to the White House because he was
busy with the senate appropriations
Mr. Dorman has the endorsement
of Senator C. C. Dill, Senator Chas.
L. McNary, both Montana senators
and Representatives Sam B. Hill
and Ralph A. Horr, as well. He has
Gilliam & Bisbee's
Saves You Money
With every quart of
NISH at the regular
price of $1.25 per qt.
you get a 3-mch 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
QUICK-STEP is the
ideal varnish for
floors as well as for
all k i n d s of wood
In addition to the
above we will be glad
to furnish you any
thing in the Paint and
Finger Wave and Marcel 50c next
week. Phone 1112 for appointment.
Chapin Beauty Shop.
30 lbs., $6.
-Young Bronze gobbler,
Emma Anderson, lone.
Dealers in Flour, Poultry and Dairy Feeds
OIL MASH and SCRATCH FEED For Your Winter Layers.
ALSO ALL STOCK FEEDS.
General Warehouse Storage and Custom Grinding.
Heppner Gazette Tirhes, Only $2.00 Per Year
coupled with fast and efficient delivery
service direct to your door at no addi
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 B E. May 8t Phone IMS
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