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HEPPNER GAZETTE TIMES, HEPPNER, OREGON, THURSDAY, NOV. 7, 1935.
Mr. and Mrs. O. T. Ferguson ar- I
rived the end of the week from their
home near Gold Beach and are vis
iting with relatives and friends.
They reported cold weather pre
vailing on the coast when they left,
though not as cold as encountered
here. Among other things, Mr. Fer
guson is breeding mammoth frogs
on his coast farm. It takes a few
years to bring these to marketable
size, but good demand prevails for
their legs aa a delicacy in city res
taurants. J. O. Kincaid was a visitor in the
city Monday from his farm in the
lone section. He had not seeded
his fall wheaV. jrop, and was not al
together sorry as it appears the
newly sown, grain may have been
hurt by the recent cold weather.
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Harding ar
rived the end of the week from
their home at Port Orchard, Wash.,
where they conduct a service sta
tion, and visited with their son
Jack, local barber.
John Troedson and son Verner
were business visitors in the city
Monday from the north lone farm.
The cold snap was quite severe in
Ivar K. Nelsoni, wheat farmer of
the south lone section, was trans
acting business in the city Tuesday.
The regular meeting of Rhea
Creek grange was held November
S and the following officers elected
for the coming year: Ray Wright,
master; secretary, Ruth Stevens;
chaplain, Tacy Parker; lecturer,
Marjorie Worden; overseer, Floyd
Worden; treasurer, O. E. Wright;
lady aasitant steward, Gladys Beck
ett; assistant steward, Ben Ander
son; steward, Joa Stevens; door
keeper, Charlie Beckett; Pomona,
Pearl Wright;" Flora, Eva Wright;
Ceres, Anna Heinle; executive com
mittee, Walter Beckett, Fred Akers,
Frank Parker; juvenile matron,
Alice Anderson. Installation will
be held at the regular meeting Dec.
1st, Mary Lund ell in charge.
Renovation of the grange kitchen
will begin Tuesday, Nov. 12. Mem
bers are urged to be there early.
On Thanksgiving a pot-luck din
ner will be served at 6 o'clock fith
a social time following. Members
and friends are cordially invited.
Juvenile grange was reorganized
under leadership of Alice Ander
son. Officers for the coming year
were elected and will be installed
Those attending the grange con
ference at lone were Mr. and Mrs.
Frank Parker, Mr. and Mrs. Ben
Anderson, Mrs. Walter Beckett, Mr.
and Mrs. O. C. Stevens, Mrs. John
Bergstrom and Mr. and Mrs. F.
Mr. and Mrs. Orrin Wright are
spending the week in Portland.
Roy Lieuallen and Dale Brown
made a business trip to Pendleton
Alpha Knott was a visitor at the
Joe Batty home over the week end.
Bill Mahrt of Pendleton was in
Eight Mile this week. He expects
to Install some new Delco plants
there in the near future.
Published by the Journalism Class
of HEPPNER HIGH SCHOOL
Editor Norma Jean Beckett
Asst. Editor Nonie McLoughlin
Girls Sports Louise Anderson
Boys Sports La Verne Van Marter
Club News William McCaleb
Grade News. Lois Ashbaugh
Humor, James Driscoll, Paul Brown
"Hot Lunches to be Served"
Flay Soon to be Presented.
Just think! Three more weeks
and we get to see "Huckleberry
Finn." The cast has been practic
ing for more than a month, and
from what we hear it is going to
be a great success.
Don't you think you will enjoy
seeing Paul Brown propose to Mar
jorie Parker? William McCaleb is
good at making love, isn't he, Kath
Just to let you know the other
characters, I now Introduce you to;
Kathryn Parker as Aunt Polly,
who is "so nervous."
Marjorie Parker as Ruth Watson,
Dora Bailey as Mary Jane, their
Paul Brown as Fred Raymond, in
love with Ruth.
Nonie McLaughlin as M e 1 b a
White, colored maid at the Wat
sons'. Helen Van Schoiack as Clara
Wappinger, church deaconess.
Louise Anderson as Amy Wappin
ger, her irrepressible sister.
La Verne Van Marter as Huckle
berry Finn, who loves to play
MAN WANTED for Rawleigh
route of 800 families. Write today.
Rawleigh, Dept. ORK-84-SA, Oak
land, Cal. 35-38p
Hay chopping, $1 ton, furnish 1
man and outfit, you board and fur
nish 4 men. Write Chas. Wilcox,
Lost, car license plate No. 134-066.
Return to Fred Mankin, lone.
For sale cheap for cash, combin
ation electric 10-tube radio and pho
nograph. Inquire G. T. office. 34p
For Sale 26 head 1- and 2-yr.-old
ewes. Will lamb Feb. 1. Dallas
Craber, city. 34-36
KD CHINN, Frap.
William McCaleb as John Finn,
Len Gilman as Tom Sawyer,
Huck's pal and comrade.
Don't you think it Bhould be a
good play with such a cast?
Remember! This play is based
on the immortal story by Mark
Hot Lunches to be Served.
Serving of hot lunches started
Tuesday. These lunches are being'
served on the same principle as
those last year. One hot dish is
served every day to supplement the
students' lunches. The menu con
sists chiefly of soup, stews, and
chocolate. It is hoped these services
can be given free to students who
ordinarily bring their lunches.
The Spanish class has received
its new "Par Espana" books from
which they will start studying im
mediately. The girls In home economics I
have completed their aprons. They
are now beginning their next pro
ject to consist of one of the follow
ing: slips, gym shorts, dance set
The English classes have been
taking up effective speaking. Each
student is required to give several
speeches of various lengths.
The girls' gym class has started
a series of volley ball games. Each
squad is being divided to compete
for the championship.
CLUB NEWS. "
Arlene Morton and Jackson Gil
liam were duly initiated into the
Benzine Ring at the last regular
meeting. At this meeting Bernard
McMurdo gave a report on "Time,"
and Betty Doherty gave one on
"The Living and the Dead." Sug
gestions were made for new mem
bers. Reports Heard.
The Girls' League assembled at
3 o'clock Friday. The delegates
who attended the meeting in Her
miston gave interesting reports of
what they had seen and heard.
The weekly Scout meeting was
held in Mr. Pevey"s room Monday
night. Tenderfoot tests were passed
and signaling was studied. John
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GUY SHAW, Manager
Crawford gave a talk on the Scout
"Only fifteen more days, kids!"
"Fifteen more days till what?"
"Until the Junior play, 'Huckle
berry Finn.' You know we'll get
to see La Verne Van Marter and
Len Gilman going around barefoot
ed. Gosh, I hope they wash their
feet. I've heard that Dora Bailey
and Louise Anderson are learning
to giggle, but I don't think they
need much teaching."
"They tell me," chimes In an
other, "that Helen Van Schoiack
and Kathryn Parker are two old
maids. That is rich! It's going
around that there is going to be
a pretty good light between Bill
McCaleb and Paul Brown. They
say that Marjorie Parker falls in
love with the winner. Marjorie,
how could you?"
"I'm surely going to save my
money to see that Junior play, to
be given November 22 in the gym
Popular songs and their writers:
"Love in Bloom," Kathryn and
"I'm in the Mood for Love,"
Betty and Howard.
"Cheek to Cheek," Dora and
"When Your Hair has Turned
to Silver," Beth and Howard.
Does anyone remember?
When Don Turner was bashful?
When the Vance-Bryant romance
of LAMBURGER will
be given with each cash
By Morrow County
Wool Growers Auxiliary
Sat., Nov. 16
EVERY WEDNESDAY IS LAMB DAY
EAT MORE LAMB
in Air-Conditioned Coaches and in
Tourist Sleeping Cars
Effective daily November II, 1935, to May 14 1936.
Return limit six months. Stopover privileges.
EXAMPLES! ROUND-TRIP TO CHICAGO
Plu SlMpfng Car Charge
LOW PRICED MEALS
in Coaches and Tourist Sleeping Cart
Breakfast 25c Luncheon 30c
DE LUXE COACHES NEW TYPE TOURIST SLEEPERS
Clean, comfortable, quiet, restful! Air regulated to proper temperature and
humidity. Tourist SI. pars berth lights, convenient dressing rooms.
Coaches reclining seats, free pillows, porter service.
Th. Portland Rose and Pacific Limited. Fine, fast, daily service
to Salt Lake City, Denver, Omaha, Kansas City, St. Louis, Chicago.
For other fares and information on Winter Excursions East inquire of
When Irene Beamer flirted with
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Coach 'There were only two
good tackles the whole game."
Spud "Who made the other one,
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Mr. Bloom: Where did the battle
of Brandywine take place?
Phyllis: On top of page 222.
Mr, Evan9: What's a metaphor?
Andy: To keep cattle In.
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Dr. Rice: Your test shows you'r.
Miss Rockhold: Why! How dare
Mr. Bloom: What were Nathan
Hale's last words?
Norton: Give me liberty or give
Maternity and convalescent cases
cared for in my home. Mrs. J. B.
We're Staying Put
on prices for our
Suits and O'Coats
in the face of an announced rise of $3.
SUITS-Values $27.50 at. . . $24.50 I
O'COATS-Values $27.50 at $24.50
Clothing prices generally are on
the up-trend. You will not be
able to buy the clothes you need
at a lower price than prevails
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