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HEPPNER GAZETTE TIMES, HEPPNER, OREGON, THURSDAY, JAN. 10, 1935"
Martin Lovgren was In the city
a short while on Monday while
looking after some business affairs.
He reported some 5 Inches of snow
over his part of the country and
weather conditions had become
quite winterish. Preceding the snow
was a heavy rain, so Mr. Lovgren
is hoping for more snow as It will
prove a boon to the crops.
John Donahue of Boardman was
brought to a local hospital Monday
by the Phelps ambulance. Mr.
Donahue, In quite poor health, has
been a resident of Boardman for a
year and a half, coming there from
Kentucky. He Is a brother of Mrs.
A. A. Agee.
Among Heppner folks attending
installation of Neighbor of Wood
craft officers in Pendleton Friday
, evening were Mr. and Mrs. Jack
" Coblantz, Mrs. Hubert Galley, Mrs.
Frank Gentry, Mrs. Ambrose Cha
pin, Mrs. John Hlatt and Tom
Earl Blake and Jack Farris were
lone men in the city yesterday on
business. Both are connected with
the lone American Legion post
which has announced a dance spon
sored by that organization to be
held at lone Saturday, the 26th.
Mr. and Mrs. Milt Morgan, Milton
Morgan, Jr., and Mrs. Forbes of
lone were Monday visitors in Hepp
ner. Mrs. Morgan was here to con
sult a physician as she still suffers
from the Injuries received months
ago In an auto accident
H. N. Burchell of Sheridan was
in the city yesterday on business
connected with the estate of his
brother, the late Edward Burchell.
He reports an extra wet winter
season in the Willamette valley.
Dr. J. P. Stewart, Eye-Sight Spec
ialist of Pendleton, will be at the
HEPPNER HOTEL on WEDNES
DAY, JANUARY 16th.
Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Moore, who
operate a circuit of theaters in the
Hermlston district, were visitors in
the city last evening.
For sale or trade 12- or 15-ft.
Wade steel packer. Will trade for
. what I can use. Also H4-h. p. In
ternational engine. Ralph Butler,
Willows, Ore. 44-5
Mr. and Mrs. Orrin Wright of
Rhea creek were in the city yes
terday, reporting considerable fog
prevailing in their section.
Bourbon Red turkey toms, out of
blue ribbon strain; $5 at ranch.
Daisy Butler, Willows, Ore. 4-5
Hugh Currln of Pilot Rock was a
business visitor in the city Tuesday.
8-room house for rent, partly fur
nished. H. S. Taylor. 44
Cleve Van Schoiack, who raises
sheep and wheat in upper Sanford
canyon, was doing business in the
Want to trade saddle horse for
15 sacks of wheat. L. H. Bittner,
Johnny Kenny of the Lena dis
trict was doing business in town
Mr. and Mrs. B. O. Anderson were
Eight Mile residents in the city
Gene Gentry of Lexington was
transacting business in the city yes
terday. RECEIVES BAD BURNS.
Mrs. Vernon Prock was badly burn
ed at her home yesterday afternoon
when lard she was rendering caught
on Are in the oven. She is being
cared for by her mother, Mrs. Ada
CALL FOR WARRANTS.
Outstanding warants of School
District No. 3, Morrow County, Or
egon, numbered 126 to 139 inclusive,
will be paid on presentation to the
district clerk. Interest ceases with
A. C. BALL, Dist Clerk,
Published by the Journalism Class
of HEPPNER HIGH SCHOOL
Editor Boyd Redding
Assistant Editor - Howard Bryant
Reporters : Zelma Bundy, Ray Coblantz,
Donald Turner, Paul Phelan, Marie Bar
low, Irene Beamere, Katherine Healy,
Margaret Farley, Joe Stephens, Doris
Allstott and Ernest Clark.
The New Year
With the opening of the new year,
each one of us can make a new
start, both in school and out Each
one should make his own resolu
tions and strive to keep them; but
there are a few which everyone
can make. One of these is: I re
solve to try to give more than I re
ceive during the coming year.
If a person were to give more than
he receives, his main thoughts
would be diverted to the happiness
of other people. Often we do not
realize that we cannot make other
people happy without making our
selves happy, too. Our lives will be
Too many folks would rather be
on the receiving end instead of the
giving. We are content to have
things done for us, but do not think
of doing something for someone else
Another resolution worthy of
much consideration is: I resolve to
be honest with myself and other
people during the coming year. Un
til we try to keep this resolution)
for one day, we don't realize how
difficult it is to live up to. Every
one, it seems, is dishonest at least
once during the day. This resolu
tion would Include the common
If New Year's resolutions are
made, they should be made serious
ly with the Intention of keeping
them. Each one of us can very
easily find something to overcome
during the coming year.
Mr. Bloom, superintendent of
schools in Heppner, was recently
elected to the athletic commission
for the state of Oregon. He was
elected at an assembly of represen
tatives of all the high schools In the
state at the O. S. T. A. in Portland!
This committee serves as a court
for all disputes regarding eligibil
ity of students to compete lnath-
giving a zest to meal
time, are the season's
offerings of the choice
foods served here.
Drop in anytime
ED CHINN, Prop.
The First National Bank
of Portland, Oregon
Condensed Statement of Head Office and 18 Branches
As of December 3U 1934
TOTAL RESOURCES TOTAL DEPOSITS
Cash on Hand and Due from Banks $22,722,184.94
United States Bonds 8,670,595.02 $31,392,779.96
Bonds of Federal Agencies 3,960,845.61
Municipal and Other Bonds 8,676,681.60
Loans and Discounts 13,374,268.01
Stock in Federal Reserve Bank 135,000.00
Bank Premises, Furniture and Fixtures .... 1,792,430.39
Other Real Estate 108,775.38
Customer's Liability Acceptances 39,455.05
Due from U. S. Treasury (Redemption Fund) - - 125,000.00
Interest Earned - 310,874.63
Subscription to Federal Deposit Insurance - - - 76,904.15
Other Resources 82,756.31
Undivided Profits 261,882.62 $ 4,761,882.62
Reserve for Contingencies, Interest, Expenses, etc. 239,910.44
Other Liabilities - 157,708.90
MAIN BRANCH .... FIFTH; SIXTH AND STARK
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. & Morrison St.
SOUTHEAST PORTLAND BRANCH.SE. 82d Ave. 4 Foster Rd.
MONTA VILLA BRANCH SE. 80th Ave. & Stark St.
LIVESTOCK KENTON BRANCH, Denver Ave. & Kilpatrick St.
Branches Outside of Portland i
ALBANY HEPPNER THE DALLES
ASTORIA HILLSBORO WOODBURN
GRESHAM PENDLETON CONDON
DEPOSITS IN THIS BANK AND ALL OF ITS BRANCHES ARE INSURED
UNDER THE TERMS OF THE FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE PLAN
letic contests. It also lays plans for
state tournaments and other state
athletic events. The policy has
been to have one representative
each from southern Oregon, the
Wilamette valley, and eastern Ore
gon. Mr. Bloom is succeeding Mr.
Landreth of Pendleton, who has
represented eastern Oregon for the
past 12 years. Other members of
the committee are Paul Jackson,
principal of the high school, Klam
ath Falls, and John L. Gary, super
intendent of schools, West Linn.
During the Christmas vacation
everybody was enjoying his rest ex
cept the high school basketball
The first game was with the Gris
wold high school of Helix. Helix
is said to have the best team in the
history of their school, eight se
niors and three juniors making up
their traveling squad. In the first
half of the game Heppner seemed
to be in a trance, scoring only six
points to the smooth-running Grizz
ly nive s twenty-six. Heppner came
back fighting in the next half to
score twenty-four counters to their
opponent's fourteen. The final score
was 30-40 in favor of Helix.
Two weeks ago tomorrow the
Heppner Fighting Irish journeyed
to Echo to overwhelm a slightly
favored Echo high squad by a score
In the final game of the holidays,
the high school boys set the town
team back on its heels to the tune
of 40 to 16, thus ending the holidays
with a fairly successful 2 out of 3
Have You Ever Seen
Jimmie Farley's latest?
The high school kids at the fire
New Year's morning?
Spud Furlong receiving letters?
Necha Coblantz's car run out of
Coach send Floyd back to Echo
after the game?
Billy McRoberts' and Paul Phe-
Jimmy Healy in Pendleton?
James Shoun, Joe Stephens and
Ernest Clark were absent from
school before the Christmas vaca
tion, and have now returned to
The school band, under direction
of Mr. Buhman, will play at the
Wool Growers' convention.
If you see any of Mr. Pevey
general science students out star
gazing at night, don't blame them;
he is having them write a paper on
Boyd Redding: Matt, how long
were you in the fifth grade?
Matt Kenny: Oh, about six years.
Boyd: Why didn't they promote
Matt: Because the teacher was
so old they didn't want to leave her
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN:
Notice Is hereby given that Fsr.nl H.
Long. Administratrix of th. Kittat. of Ru
fua Farrens, deceased, allegfla that the Es
tate U the owner of ten shares of stork In
the lone Farmers Elevator Company, Stock
Certificate No. 21. The said certificate has
been lost and this notice is given for the
reason that the above captioned Adminis
tratrix intends to dispose of the said stock
on February 2. 1936, and any perwon
claiming any right, title or interest in and
to said slock should file thir claims in the
office of the Farmers Elevator Company of
lone, Oregon, prior to said date.
44-47 FANNIE H. LONG.
Date of first publication January 10. lftftlS.
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One big, full week of
real, unheard of
Hundreds of items repric
ed at new low prices. Spec
tacular savings are in
store for those who take
advantage of this sale.
Bring your friends and
don't forget every item
in the store fully guaran
teed or your money gladly
and fully refunded.
Kbuuutu KKiuta Mafches SST cm 25c
50 delicious cups in every pound
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3 lbs. 5Qc I issue q 4 rolls 19c
3 lbs. 74c c;n Rarf 3 o 1 rc o3c
DEPENDABLE nil. ee 3
Vaucum Packed m IDS J J C , A g
BULK FOODS SALE COCOAS loc
10 lbs. pMcake Flour IS' 59c
Idaho Red Beans
Idaho Small White Beans
Yakima Pink Beans
Blue Rose Head Rice
New Crop Oregon Prunes
SEEDLESS RAISINS 4 LBS. 29c
(PI liC Art PURE CANE
EXTRA FINE D Theldl o or
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$5 "'9 M Pnw rlaibor 2 LB T,N 23c
Alaska O TALL OOa
mon pink Ztins oC
T I l6 oz. P. A. rs
lobacco or vet 85c
49 S S1.69
No. 2i2 Mathced Slices
Summer Isle Brand
I CANS . ... 35c
Cabbage ... Lb. 2JC Potatoes 100 lb. 1.19
Solid Heada U. S. Ore. No. 2
Bananas . 3 Lbs. 23C Orfcnges . . .Doz. 29C
Apples Box 95C Carrots
WlJNESAl'S liOXbOC No. 1 Quality
Quick or Regular V BAG
O TINS 25c
No. 1 Tall
CATSUP A 14 Oz. Off
Yolo Quality ABottlcs AtJV,
WHITE KING LARGE OQn
Granulated Soap PKG. Att