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HEPPNER GAZETTE TIMES, HEPPNER, OREGON, THURSDAY, NOV. 1, 1934.
Published by the Journalism Class
of HEPPNER. HIGH SCHOOL
Editor Marie Barlow
Assistant Editor Ethyl Hughes
Reporters: Howard Bryant, Jean
Adkins, Rosanna Farley, Boyd
Redding, Zelma Bundy, Don Tur
ner, Billy McRoberts, Lorena Wil
son, Betty Doherty.
Again we are confronted with the
subject of tardiness at noon. It
seems that several of the studenta
of Heppner Hi insist upon taking
their girl friends for a ride at noon
and consequently are tardy. Now
the Creator made half daylight and
half darkness for such cases; so,
hereafter, these people will have
some tough explaining to do when
they are tardy.
Kathryn Kelly has returned to
school after several days' absence.
Donald Turner has been absent
from school with tonsilitis.
Coach Winter and Paul McCarty
whitewashed the girls' dressing
room Saturday afternoon. Also add
ing rugs, mirrors and curtains.
La Verne Van Marter returned
to school Monday after being ab
sent several days.
Jimmy Driscoll and Don Drake
have returned to school. j
The Ideal Boy
Hair like Spud Furlong's
Eyes like Ed Dick's
Smile like Paul Brown's
Voice like Bill Cochell's
Profile like Leonard Gilman'9
A blush like Howard Bryant's
Personality like Don Turner's
Speaking ability like Dick Ben
Knowledge like Ervin Perlberg's
Athletic ability like Riley Hun
kers' and Floyd Jones'
A car like Boyd Redding's
Athletic build like Don Drake's
Friday, November 2, the Heppner
high school football squad will jour
ney to Milton, where they will play
the MacLaughlin high team. Al
though defeated by Waitsburg, Mac
high is given a slight edge over
Heppner. The teams did not meet
last year, so the contest will be a
treat to the victor.
In the football game played on
the local field last Friday, Heppner
and Condon fought to a scoreless
tie. The Heppner aggregation out
played the Condon team but lacked
the punch to carry the ball over the
goal line. The ball was in Condon
territory a large part of the game
and was advanced by Heppner three
times to the eight-yard line where
it was lost on downs. Munkers' at
tempted field goal, in the final quar
ter, was wide and the score re
mained 0-0 at the end of the game.
Have you seen
The assembly students laughed
when Jones, Wilson, Schwarz and
Beckett arrived late at school one
Seen Zelma Bundy when Ray
Kelly drives by the school during
Wondered why Irene Beamer and
Raymond Drake look at each other
Wondered why Joe Green wants
to go to Lexington all the time?
Seen Andy Van Schoiack'3 new
The General Science class smell
, Grade News
Alaha May Griggs and Mrs. J. J.
Nys visited the first grade room
The first grade have made a
Poem and Poet corner in which
they have poems about Hallowe'en.
They are also making Hallowe'en
pictures to decorate their room.
The fourth grade is making pos
ters to illustrate the books they
have read. Some original poems
were made by the fourth grade and
set to music. The following poem
is by Alberta Akins:
Little fishes in a pool
You must be so very cool;
You can swim the whole day long
While we work and sing our song,
Sing our song.
The Benzine Ring held a meeting
last Thursday when they initiated
Arleta Ashbaugh. Jimmy Discoll,
the other candidate for initiation,
was not present because of sickness.
Hy RACHEL J. BARLOW
Election of officers was held at
the Parent-Teacher meeting last
Friday evening, after an interest-
ng program had been given. The
new officers are, Mrs. Charles Dil
lon, president; Mrs. Edwin Ingles,
vice-president; Mrs. Nelson, secre
tary, and Mrs. Gorham, treasurer.
A large number of local grangers
attended the state grange confer
ence held in Lexington last Thurs
day afternoon and evening. Much
good was derived from the confer
ences and many practical tilings
were brought up which can be put
into practice in the subordinate
granges. In the drill contest held
in the evening, Greenfield grange,
our local grange, won first prize,
which was a five dollar bill and a
choice of gifts for having our mem
bers registered on time. The gift
our grange selected was a set of
grange manuals. Our drill team
wore their new sashes which the
ladies recently made. Lexington
grange drill team won second prize,
which was two and a half dollars
A large crowd attended the rally
day program held during the Sun
day school hour at the community
The high school play, "Hold Ev
erything," was well presented last
Saturday evening under the direc
tion of Mrs. Nelson. A large crowd
was in attendance and over $42 was
taken in. Those in the cast were;
Marguerite Harford, Virginia
Compton, Dean Byram, Elsie Wil
son, Imogene Wilson, John Healy,
Elizabeth Slanger, La Vern Baker,
Zelda Carpenter, Ada May Har
ford, Alan Chaffee, Delbert Mack-
an and Donald Strobel. Between
acts Delbert Mackan and Dean By-
ram played a trumpet duet and
Miss Harney a piano solo.
A good time was had by the
large crowd that attended the Hal
lowe'en social given by the Ladies
Aid in the church Monday evening.
The room was appropriately decor
ated with pumpkins, crepe paper
and autumn leaves. An interesting
program was given after which
Hallowe'en games were played and
then refreshments of pumpkin pie
and coffee were served.
Mr. and Mrs. Tom Miller and son
Donald, old time residents of the
project, and Mabel Brown of Al
derdale were dinner guests Sunday
at the Ray Brown home.
Mr. and Mxs. Floyd Surface were
business visitors in Ellensburg this
Miss Lois Messenger was com
pelled to quit school at Oregon
State Normal at Ashland on ac
count of eye trouble and returned
home last week.
Mrs. Nate Macomber underwent
an operation at St. Anthony's hos
pital at Pendleton last Tuesday and
is getting along nicely at this time.
Mr. Macomber spent last week end
Earl Cramer and H. J. Beale of
Kinzua motored to Spokane Sat
urday on business.
The Thimble club met last Friday
afternoon at the home of Mrs.
Waite. The ladies are sewing on
articles for their annual bazaar
which will be held Friday evening,
Mrs. Willard Nickerson returned
home Friday from Idaho where she
was called by the serious illness of
her grandmother who is eighty-
seven years old. She left her grand
mother much improved.
Mrs. Guy Barlow returned home
Sunday by bus from a two weeks
visit in Seattle with her mother,
Mrs. Elva Thompson.
Miss Rhoda Shellenberger of Ir
rigon spent the week end here with
Mrs. Earl Cramer.
Miss Jane Hughes of Portland
was a guest of Miss Dorothy Comp
ton during last week.
A number of Boardman young
folks attended the dance at lone
Mrs. H. B. Thomas and daughter
Maryetta spent several days in
Portland this week.
Boardman delegates to the Mid
Columbia Christian Endeavor con
vention at Heppner are Lois Mes
senger, Mildred Allen, Maryetta
Thomas, La Verne and Willard Ba
ker, Echo Coates and Rev. H. B.
Thomas. The delegates will motor
to Heppner Friday evening and will
remain to attend the meetings, re
turning home Sunday night.
L. E. Marschat, former superin
tendent of the Boardman school for
six years, has a position in the re
habilitation department. They will
make their home in Eugene.
The excavation for the basement
at the community church will start
Thursday morning, Nov. 8. Men
are asked to come and bring their
shovels. The ladies will serve the
workers dinner at noon, and in the
afternoon conduct their Ladies Aid
HiRh School Notes
The girls' athletic association Is
giving a Benefit Bug party at the
gymnasium on Friday evening, No
vember 2. The benefits will go to
buy the girls' basketball suits. The
admission is 15c which includes
supper and dance. Everyone is in
vited. Lovene Leghorn of Arlington was
visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
G. F; Harford over the week end.
Glen Carpenter purchased a new
Essex two-door sedan last Friday.
The high school student cabinet
has decided to give a dance the first
Saturday in each month beginning
in December. t
Mrs. Nelson, high school teacher,
spent Sunday at the home of her
brother, Chester Medler, of Rufus.
Miss Henderson, 3rd and 4th
grade teacher, is ill this week at her
home in Hermiston. Mrs. Sundsten
is the substitute teacher in her
J. V. Wilhelm and Fred Powell
from Arlington were China pheas
ant hunting here Tuesday.
Mrs. G. E. Carpenter, who was
called to Ventura, Calif., last month
due to the illness and ultimate
death of her mother, returned to
Boardman last Friday.
Mrs. Margaret Farley and daugh
ters Eileen and Francis of Willow
creek were on the project Sunday.
Mrs. T. E. Broyles and son Ros
coe and daughter Grayce from Pen
awawa, Wash., visited old friends at
Boardman last week.
Mrs. Frank Stevens returned
home from Pendleton Sunday af
ter visiting her daughter.
Mr. and Mrs. Arnon Hug made
a business trip to Hermiston Wed
nesday. Mr. and Mrs. Eaton of Portland
spent the week end in Boardman.
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Burdick and
little son returned home to Uma
tilla after visiting friends here for
Lewis Wetherell of Arlington vis
ited at the Rutherford home Sun
day. Eldon Brickell of Pendleton was
in Boardman Thursday.
By LENNA NEILL
Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Wattenburger
were business visitors in HermiS'
Mr. and Mrs. John Healy and
family, Mr. and Mrs. Marion Finch
and Miss Cecelia Brennan attend
ed the Lena grange dance Saturday
Miss Mary White, teacher In the
Pleasant Point school, spent the
week end in Portland.
Mrs. E. B. Wattenburger went to
Heppner last Wednesday and re
mained there to visit her cousin,
Mrs. Burl Coxen.
Final preparations are being made
for the carnival. The program is
being practiced every day and the
auditorium and school building
are now being decorated. Every
one is cordially invited to attend
this carnival and program on Nov.
2, beginning at eight o'clock.
Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Wattenburger
visited at the OUle Neill home on
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Helms and
daughters Henrietta , and Harriet
were business visitors in Pendleton
Mrs. Ollie Neill and daughter
Lenna, Miss Eleanor Barth and
Ray Hardman motored to La
Grande Saturday and visited Misses
Neva and Oleta Neill, who are at
tending the normal school. They
stayed in Pendleton Saturday night
and returned home Sunday morn
ing. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Rauch and
daughter Doris were business vis
itors in Hermiston Monday.
Word has been received that Rev.
E. R. Martin, superintendent of
the American Sunday School union,
will arrive at Pine City Sunday,
Nov. 4, for the purpose of organiz.
ing a Sunday school in the commu
Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Neill returned
home Wednesday evening from a
trip through the Willamette valley.
Mr. and Mrs. T. J. O'Brien were
business visitors in Pendleton Fri
day. Misses Katherine O'Brien and
Katherine Campbell stayed with
Mrs. Ollie Neill while Mr. and Mrs.
O'Brien were In Pendleton.
C. H. Bartholomew, who was
called to Montana last Tuesday to
see about his sheep, returned home
Roy Neill took Misa iJermce iveiii
to the doctor In Hermiston lasi
Wednesday to be treated fbr ear
Mrs. Ollie Neill and daughter
Lenna and Miss Eieanor Barth
spent Thursday evening visiting at
E. R. Falland
A successful business man who promises to apply himself
diligently, faithfully, fearlessly, in behalf of the citizens of
First of the Three Names on
the Ballot Two to Elect
33 X E. R. FATLAND of Gilliam County.
Paid advertisement, Fatland-for-epresentative Club,
Edgar Randall, Chairman, Condon, Ore.
ft vV 7m
UMATILLA, UNION and MORROW COUNTIES.
Umatilla County Commissioner, 1921-1932
(Was not a candidate for re-election)
HIS RECORD AS COUNTY
Paid $1,050,000 outstanding bonds.
Paid $87,000 registered warrants, outstand
ing prior to 1921.
Reduced tax levy from 18.7 to 7.2 mills.
Built an improved surfaced road to every
city and village in the county.
County on CASH basis when retired, EN
TIRELY FREE FROM DEBT, NOT A
SINGLE OBLIGATION OUTSTANDING.
Business principles in State Affairs.
Repeal present unjust, unworkable
Non-curtailment in operation of public
schools and institutions of higher learning.
Cost to be kept to lowest possible minimum.
Old Age Pensions.
sc ic ic
HE KEEPS HIS PROMISES
It Is only fair to say of R. E. Bean that during his 12 years)
of membership on a county court which made an outstand
ing record of economy, progress and efficiency, every prom
ise was kept. Weston Leader.
KEEPS FEET ON GROUND
I have known Mr. Bean for several years, and I know him;
to be a good busines man who keeps his feet on the ground
and his head out of the clouds. With him In Salem we can.
be assured of vigorous, vigilant representation. Mel John
son, Stanfield Tribune.
We, the undersigned citizens and business men of Milton
Freewater, endorse the candidacy of R. E. IWan for State
Senator for the Nineteenth District, whom we have known
for muny years. He is a man of sterling Integrity, clean
in life, dependable and capable.
T. C. Elliott II. O. Mansfield
H. S. Murray S. S. Shields
Mrs. F. B. Ritchey V. R. Walker
D. W. Wade
W. II. Blackler
James M. Burgess
C. . Miller
K J. Davis
It I). Monahan
II. It. VanSIyke
VOTE 32 X
R. E. BEAN for STATE SENATOR
f lie Grange
-k Uncle Sam is doing
the power job in Ore
gon. Why set up a
new state commission
to plunge us deeper
Vote 301 x Ho!
ASSOCIATION TO PRESERVE
Harry Dorman, Secretary
Wcatherly Building, Portland
the C. H. Bartholomew home.
Mr. and Mrs. Bert Young of The
Dalles spent Sunday visiting friends
and relatives on Butter creek.
Mrs. A. Q. Thomson will leave
soon to take up her residence In
Pendleton, having rented her prop
erty in Heppner.
Fred McMurray, Butter creek
potato raiser, was delivering some
of his choice tubers to Heppner
THE HEALING ARTS
VOTE 305 X NO
Every person in Oregon Is vitally concerned in
the proposed "Healing Arts Constitutional
Amendment" which will be on the ballot at the
general election November 6.
Under the fictitious claim of preventing
'MEDICAL MONOPOLY," this vicious Healing
Arts Constitutional Amendment is proposed by
healing "cultists" and others having selfish in
terests, in order to destroy the effects of the
Basic Science Law passed by the last Oregon
legislature. It also is designed to destroy the
high standards maintained by our Oregon hos
pitals, and to rob the State Industrial Accident
Commission of its power to properly administer'
the ever efficient Workmen's Compensation Act.
This Amendment is a direct attack against
Oregon's enviable health standards and low rate
of mortality. It challenges the self respect and
common sense of every person who has the wel
fare of this state at heart.
Every voter in Oregon should make it his or
her business to appear at the polls on election
day and vote "NO" against the Healing Arts
Constitutional Amendment. .
Vote 305 XNol
Against the Vicious Healing Arts
Paid adv. by Joint Committee for the Preservation ct Oregon'"
Hospital Standard and Workmen' Compensation Law
Rey. Axel M. Green, Secy., 512 North Graham St, Portland, Ore.
The First National Ban!
of Portland, Oregon
Condnd Statement of Head Office and 17 Branches
Aj of October 17, 1934
Cash on Hand and Due from Banks $13,031,047.17
United States Bond3 17,782,670.74 $30,813,717.91 .
Bonds of Federal Agencies - 4,272,238.75
Municipal and Other Bond3 - - 7,601,112.12
Loans and Discounts - -- -- -- -- - 14,465,776.31
Stock in Federal Reserve Bank 135,000.00
Bank Premises, Furniture and Fixtures ... - 1,801,251.92 '
Other Real Estate 109,510.00
Customers' Liability Acceptances and Foreign
Due from U. S. Treasury (Redemption Fund) - - 125,000.00
Interest Earned 278,527.34
Subscription to Federal Deposit Insurance . - 51,263.23
Other Resources - -- -- -- -- -- 75,350.95
TOTAL - $59,848,910.51
Capital ..." $2,500,000.00
Surplus - 2,000,000.00
Undivided Profits 213,542.73 $ 4,713,542.73
Reserve for Contingencies, Interest,
Expenses, etc 447,642.67
Acceptances and Foreign Bills ------- 120,161.98
Other Liabilities 43,095.46
TOTAL - - $59,848,910.51
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NliiiqUlihtd Poatal Savlnga and otntr Oovtrnm.nt monl.a In aicna of 110,000,000.00.
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Uptown Branch .... Sixth and Morrison
Other Portland Branches
ROSE CITY BRANCH NE. 42d Ave. & Sandy Blvd.
UNION AND RUSSELL BRANCH NE. Union Ave. & Russell St.
EAST PORTLAND BRANCH SE. Grand Ave. ft Morriion St,
SOUTHEAST PORTLAND BRANCH.SE. 82d Av. ft Foter Rd.
MONTAVILLA BRANCH .SE. SOth Ave. ft Stark St.
LIVESTOCK KENTON BRANCH. D.nver Av. ft Kllpatrltk 11
BRANCHES OUTSIDE OF PORTLAND
ALBANY HEPPNER SALEM
ASTORIA HILLSBORO THE DALLES
CRF.SHAM PENDLETON WOODBURN
DEPOSITS IN THIS BANK AND ALL OF ITS BRANCHES ARE INSURED
UNDER THE TERMS OF THE FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE PLAN