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HEPPNER GAZETTE TIMES, HEPPNER, OREGON, THURSDAY, JULY 14, 1932.
Mr. and Mrs. Chaa. Huston were
visitors In the city on Saturday
from their farm at Eight Mile. Mr.
Huston is now farming the Dan
Barlow place west of Liberty school
house. Owing to the backward
spring he was not able to get his
grain seeded as early as It should
have been, yet reports that the crop
has matured well and will make a
good yield. Harvest will not be on
in the Eight Mile section for some
ten days or two weeks because of
backward weather conditions, but
gives promise of better than a nor
Jasper V. Crawford, pencil push
er on the G. T. force, departed ear
ly Tuesday morning for the south.
His ultimate destination Is Los An
geles where he goes to take In the
International convention of Lions,
and will remain for some of the
Olympic events. His first stop on
the way will be at Klamath Falls,
where the state convention of
Lions clubs is being held. At San
Francisco he will have a short visit
with relatives residing in the vicin
ity of the Bay section.
Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Gilliam and
their sons Frank, Clinton and Bob
by arrived Sunday afternoon from
their home at San Jose, Calif., and
have been visiting with relatives
here during the week. They were
accompanied by Mr. Gilliam's mo
ther, Mrs. Frank Gilliam, who has
been visiting for a few weeks in
California. Leaving tomorrow, Mr.
and Mrs. Gilliam will go on to Se
attle for a short visit with the par
ents of Mrs. Gilliam, Mr. and Mrs,
J. K. Carr.
Mr. and Mrs. John Turner this
week took up their residence at the
R. W. Turner home, vacating the
residence of Mrs. Lena White
which they have occupied during
the past winter. Mrs. White has
moved in to take charge of her
home where she and her daughters
Mary and Frances will live until the
opening of school again this fall at
Caldwell, Idaho, where the young
ladies are college students.
Chas. Dykstra of this city is now
a patient at the veterans hospital
in Portland as a result of a head
on collision with his machine and
another automobile on the streets
of the metropolis during the past
week. According to reports received
here, Mr. Dykstra was not serious
ly hurt, but will have to stay in the
hospital for some time while mak
Hugh Snider and family went to
La Grande Saturday for a visit
with relatives. They were accom
panied by Mrs. R. W. Turner who
contemplates spending the balance
of the summer visiting at the home
of her daughter and son-in-law, Mr.
and, Mrs. Walter LaDusire. Mr.
and Mrs. Snider returned home on
Tom Scott of Salem , who has
been visiting at the home of L.
Redding on Eight Mile, this week
returned to the capital city where
he has resided for a number of
years. Mr. Scott also visited at the
homes of W. L. Copenhaver and W.
B. Tucker near Lexington, Mrs. Co
penhaver and Mrs. Tucker being
Mr. and Mrs. Victor Peterson
moved to Heppner from lone this
week and will occupy the McCarty
property on north Gale street, re
cently vacated by Will Ball and
family. Mr. Peterson holds the po
sition of Federal Land bank ad
juster for this district and he will
make Heppner his headquarters.
John Bergstrom came to town
after his combine Tuesday, the ma
chine having been parked at the
Shively shop for a time while un
dergoing some repairs. Mr. Berg
strom is farming the Frank Ander
son place at the head of Jackrabblt
canyon this season and his grain
will soon be ready for harvest,
Mrs. Maurice Frye and daughters
Frances and Margaret and son
Maurice, Jr., are guests at the home
of Mrs. Olive Frye and enjoying a
visit with relatives and friends in
Heppner. They arrived recently
from Alameda, Calif., where tne
family resides, while Mr. Frye is
employed in San Francisco.
John Farley, who manages the
Wilson clothing store at John JJay,
is visiting for a week at the home
of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. James
Farley, and with other relatives ana
friends here. His brother, James
' who has been clerking at the Wil
son store here, went to John Day
to relieve him.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Schwarz mo
tored to Wapato, Wash., Saturday
evening, taking Mrs. E. R. Merritt
home. Mrs. Merritt and son have
been visitors at the Schwarz home
in this city for the past two weeks.
John T. Kirk and son, John T. Jr.,
arrived In Heppner the end of the
week from Vernonla, expecting to
spend the harvest season here
They report things mighty quiet
down in Columbia county.
Harold Cohn and C. W. MteNamer
are home from the east where they
recently went with shipments of
sheep, and where they round a rain
er dull market. The sheep were de
llvered at Indianapolis.
fVriia Aiken is a visitor at the
home of his mother, Mrs. Llllle
Aiken in this city. Other guests at
the Aiken home are Charles Cor
der, Jr., and Mrs. Bowman of Oak
Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Twohig of Gol
dendale, Wash., are guests this week
at the home of Mrs. Agnes Curran
in this city. Mrs. Twohig Is a flls
ter of Mrs. Curran.
Mrs. C. R. Rloley's Studio of PI
ano instruction to open September
1. Watch for announcement. 18-20
Robert Lowe, who Is working at
Cecil, was a visitor here Saturday,
Rev. and Mrs. Glen P. White and
daughter Lavelle returned the end
of the week from their vacation.
During their absence Mr. and Mrs.
White attended the meeting of the
Methodist conference at Portland,
and were assigned for another year
to the Heppner church.
Cyrus Aiken arrived in the city
the end of the week for a visit at
the home of his mother, Mrs. Lillie
Aiken, and with other members of
the family and friends here. He has
been located in California, and
found the trip by car up the Sacra
mento valley some hot.
Mr. and Mrs. Clinton Gilliam and
family arrived Sunday from their
home at San Jose, Calif., for a visit
with relatives and friends, making
the trip by car.
Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Marble and
baby daughter of Seattle are visit
ing this week at the home of Mr.
Marble's brother, Paul Marble.
Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Marschat and
Larry Gene returned home Satur
day after several weeks' visit at
LaVerne Baker went to Umatilla
Sunday with Rev. and Mrs. W. O.
Miller where she will spend the
week at the Miller home.
Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Johnson spent
Saturday in Wasco visiting with
Dave Johnson of California who
worked in Boardman last year, has
returned here and will be employed
on the Stout ranch.
The mothers and daughters meet
ing of the Ladies Aid society was
held Wednesday afternoon in the
church. An interesting program
was given after which Iced punch,
sandwiches and cookies were
Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Barlow mo
tored to Pendleton where they vis
ited at the Truman Messenger
Mr. and Mrs. George Thompson
left for Seattle Friday after several
weeks' visit at the Guy Barlow
Miss Selma Ayers, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. A. P. Ayers, became
the bride of William La Londe, at
the Christian parsonage in Vancou
ver, Wash., Friday evening, July 8,
at 8 o'clock. The ceremony was
performed by Rev. Jones. The bride
was becomingly dressed in a blue
wool ensemble. Mr. and Mrs. La
Londe returned to Boardman Mon
day evening when a charivari was
given them at the Ayers home.
They left Wednesday for Heppner
where Mr. La Londe will be em
ployed on the Bell ranch near
The regular Grange meeting will
be held Saturday evening in Roots
hall. Mr. McMahon of the state po
lice force from Arlington will ad
dress the group. All grangers are
urged to attend.
Miss Mabel Brown left Tuesday
for Yakima, Wash., for a visit with
relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Brown
left last week for lone where they
will work during harvest.
Paul and Harold Hatch were bus
iness visitors in Seattle last week.
Wiilard Nickerson was in charge
of the electric light plant during
Mr. and Mrs. Buster Rands and
Mrs. Royal Rands and Donna Jane
left Tuesday for Wheeler for a visit
with Mrs. Royal Rands' daughter,
Mrs. Roy Howell.
Mrs. Grace Edmunds and Sylva-
nia were visitors on the project last
week. They were on their way east
for a vacation. Miss Edmunds will
teach in the Grass Valley high
school next year.
Mrs. Harnden and son Elmer and
Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Harnden left
Tuesday morning for a motor trip
to Modesto, Calif., where they will
spend the summer.
Mrs. Lea Mead of Union came to
Boardman Tuesday to attend a
meeting of the school board held
M. L. Morgan returned home on
Tuesday from the U. S. Veterans'
hospital in Portland where he has
been ill for several weeks.
Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Packard and
Mr. and Mrs. Jonh Jenkins and El
vira left last week for a motor trip
through southern Oregon. They all
wont in the Jenkins car.
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Cramer and
Basil returned home Sunday from
Montana where Mr. Cramer has
Arthur Porter is In Portland this
week consulting an eye specialist.
Mr. and Mrs. Eb Hughes visited
at the Charley Bartholomew home
Clarence and Hugh Nelll went to
Richland Tuesday. They expect to
be gone about ten days.
Shirley Jarmon and Sonny Jar-
mon picked apples In the Bartholo
mew orchard Wednesday evennlg.
Charley Morehead made a bus!
ness trip to Pendleton Thursday,
Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Wattenburger
made a business trip to Walla Wal
Mr. and Mrs. Charley Bartholo
mew made a business trip to Pen
Lura Jarmon, who has been
teaching in California, Is spending
the summer at home.
Burl Wattenburger made a trip
to Heppner, Lexington and lone
Thursday to deliver some honey.
Frank Helms was at the Joe Fo
ley home Sunday evening.
Mr. and Mrs. Slonn Thompson
visited at the C, H. Bartholomew
home Tuesday morning.
Mr. and Mrs. E. P, Jarmon went
to Portland Friday. They expect
to be gone about a week.
A small band practice was held at
the school auditorium Thursday af
ternoon. Stan Atkin, the former
band director, came down from his
home in Walla Walla to direct the
band but only a few members of
the band were able to be present.
Miss Elsie Strain spent Sunday
visiting her sister, Mrs. E. B. Wat
Chas. Bartholomew started har
vesting his wheat Monday morning.
Roy Jarmon spent a few days of
last week visiting his parents, Mr.
and Mrs. E. P. Jarmon. He return
ed to Portland the afternoon of the
Lon and Burl Wattenburger went
to Long Creek Tuesday morning.
Lenna Neill, who stayed a week
with Mrs. Bartholomew of Heppner,
returned home Tuesday afternoon,
July 5, with Mrs. Violet Gorley.
A picnic was enjoyed Sunday at
Battle Mountain park by Mr. and
Mrs. C. H. Bartholomew, Mrs. Ollie
Nelll and daughters Neva, Oleta and
Lenna, Bernice Neill, Lila Bartholo
mew, O. F. Bartholomew, Alma
Neill, Mr. and Mrs. Charley De
spain and children Eldon and Bet
ty, Mrs. Lottie Gillette, Mr. and
Mrs. Al Knight, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph
Howland and children Daphna,
Miary, Jean and Bobby, all of Pen
dleton, and Mr. and Mrs. Frank
Downey and son Frankie of Cali
fornia Mr. and Mrs. Lon Wattenburger
visited at the Joe Foley home Sun
Lowell Young, Frank and Dick
Carlson attended the show in Her
miston Saturday night.
MRS. ELLA FARRENS.
The dance held at the I. O. O. F.
hall Saturday evening was largely
attended by Heppner, Lone Rock j
and Eight Mile people.
Mrs. Ethel McDaniel and Harold
Stevens were visiting in town Mon
day. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Swift spent a
short time here Sunday, visiting
and attending to matters of busi
ness. Neva and Owen Bleakman spent
the week end visiting friends here.
They are .spending the summer at
the Ditch creek ranger station.
Bill Johnson, Jim Brannon and
the Misses Lily Johnson and Jesse
McDaniel motored to the Martin
Lovgren ranch at Eight Mile Sun
day. Mrs. Kinnard McDaniel and chil
dren were visiting here Friday.
Mrs. McDaniel states she expects to
take up her residence here in the
Mr. and Mrs. Hiram Johnson mo
tored to lone Sunday.
Charles Johnson is spending a
few days at the Frank Fraters
home this week.
Dolly Farrens is staying at the
home of Mrs. Verl Farrens. She
will remain while Mr. Farrens is
away working through harvest.
Mr. and Mrs. Ted Burnside spent
Sunday here. They were accom
panied home by Lucile Farrens who
will make a short visit with them.
Elvira Bleakman went out to the
Glen Farrens home to assist with
the work. It is reported that Mr.
and Mrs. Farrens are both ill.
Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Leathers
spent the week end visiting here.
They were accompanied by Miss
Mr. and Mrs. O. E. Johnson re
turned home Sunday from the
mountains where Mr. Johnson has
been building a cabin for W. H.
Frank Duvall, who has been
working for Frank Mason on lower
Rhea creek, spent Sunday with his
Leslie Bleakman left Friday to
work for J. B. Huddleston. He will
take the place of Glen Farrens who
is reported seriously ill.
A party consisting of Mrs. J. B.
Adams, Hattie Johnson, Charlotte
Adams and Mrs. Walter Farrens
was shopping in Heppner Satur
day. They had car trouble and had
to be driven home by Mrs. Gerald
Lotus Robison had the misfor
tune to have his barn destroyed by
lire Monday morning. Fire Mar-
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shal Shields reports one calf burn
ed to death, and another burned so
that it may have to be killed.
Miss Dollie Farrens is spending
a few days at the home of Mrs. An
na Harshman on Eight Mile.
Miss Ruth Nylund of Lone Rock
was a guest of Zeta and Elmira
Elward Hastings has gone to
work for A. E. Wright during hay
ing. Everett Hadley, Earl Sargent,
Leslie Brannon and Owen Leathers
are working this week for Al Berg
strom. Mary Inskeep has returned home
after spending a few days in Con
don. Mrs. Corda Saling spent Sunday
at her home in Hardman. She is
working for W. W. Smead in Hepp
ner. Mr. and Mrs. John Keyes were
doing business in Heppner Satur
day. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Leathers,
Archie and Grace Leathers and
Henry Cooper of Kimberly spent
the week end with relatives and
friends in Hardman.
Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Musgrave
were visiting in Hardman Sunday.
Apricots Peaches Ripe July 1
to 15, and Aug. 5 to 25. Free peach
offer for apricot customers. May
pick them yourselves. Edmonds
Orchard, Umatilla, Ore. 15-18.
Anson Wright and son Walter
were down from the ranch near
IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE
UNITED STATES FOR THE DIS
TRICT OF OREGON. UNITED
STATES OF AMERICA vs. WAYNE
D. NEAL. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIV
EN that the automobile hereinafter de
scribed, seized by the United States
GILLIAM & BISBEE
for your needs in gar
den seeds, grass and
Plow Repairs, etc.
sheep marking paint.
Lamy Black and
"Clean Up Week' in
Don't forget that
prices have declined.
GILLIAM & BISBEE
We have it, will get it
or it is not made.
Marshal for the District of Oregon, un
der Section 26. Title II, of the National
Prohibition Act because the said au
tomobile was being used for the trans
portation of intoxicating liquor on the
Sublic highways of Morrow County,
tate and District of Oregon. In viola
tion of law. has been condemned and
forfeited by the United States District
Court for the District of Oregon, and
is to be sold by the United States Mar
shal at public auction, at the Heppner
Garage at Heppner. Oregon, to the
highet bidder, on July 29. 1932. at 10
o'clock A. M , towit: One Essex Sedan
Automobile Motor No. 1054323, Serial
No. 963949. JOHN L. DAY. United
States Marshal, District of Oregon .
hotice op rural, settlement.
Notice U hereby given that the un
dersigned has filed his final account as
administrator c. t a. of the estate of
William R. Walpole, deceased, and that
the County Court of the Suite of Ore
gon for Morrow County has appointed
Monday, the first day of August. 1932.
at the hour of 10 o'clock In the fore
noon of aaid day. as the time, and the
County Court room In the court house
at Heppner. Oregon, as the place, of
hearing and settlement of said final
account. Objections of aaid final ac
count must be filed on or before said
RALPH O. WALPOLE,
Administrator c, t. a.
Jijiu nmmt mm S;
Make Each Dollar
Earn Its Keep
Each dollar working releases $10
worth of credit and credit is our na
MONEY is only of value when
working. Money spent wisely or in
a savings account is working.
YOUR NEST EGG here in a Sav
ings Account earning interest, will
provide ten times as much credit to
Fir& National Bank
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iv.aciv.arr otores, inc. we Deliver,.
No. 3li Tomatoef Kraut, Hom
iny; No. a Corn, String: Bean.
PER CASE $2.29
Choice Alaska pink
PRICES EFFECTIVE FRI.-SAT.-MON., July 15-16-18
New crop. Just delicious
Pure Cane C. & H.
20 ub 95c
LBS. . $4.69
MacMarr Best Bulk
3 li$s 89c
Also Relish Spread. The big BEST
FOODS product SALE continues.
8-0z. JARS 15c
16-Oz. JARS 27c
32-Oz. JARS 49c
Pints 20c Quarts 35c
Van Camp's tomato soup
Larue B-oz. tins, fancy pack
Snow Flake brand, fresh stock, salt
ed, in 2-lb. caddies.
4 Caddies . . $1.00
Stock now at this price. G. N.
Wliltes or Mexican Reds.
28 Lbs. . . . 1.00
Federal or Maximum
PER CASE $2.59
Highway brand, no better quality
at any price anywhere.
8 Joules $1,00
Fancy park, B-oz. tins
9 Tins $1.00