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HEPPNER GAZETTE TIMES, HEPPNER, OREGON, THURSDAY, DEC 5, 1935.
Mr. and Mrs. Russell Wright en
tertalned at a bountiful dinner and
family reunion at their home here
Thanksgiving eve. Present besides
the host and hostess were Mr. and
Mrs. Harvey Harshman and Oelsie
Mae and Buel, parents of Mrs.
Wright, Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Harsh-
man and children, Mr. and Mrs.
Everett Harshman and son, Mr. and
. Mrs. Walter Farrens and Lucille,
Dolly and Roland, Mr. and Mrs.
Verl Farrens and daughter, Del
sie Chapel, Charles Johnson, Bud
Ayers and Charlie Fraters.
Mr. and Mrs. Leo Gorger of the
lone district were in the city on
business Monday. Mr. Gorger re
ported having but a half section of
his wheat land seeded, intending to
seed the balance of his large acre
age in the spring. Much of the
north country has not yet been
seeded, but there is no apparent
damage to grain already in.
Anson Rugg and sister, Miss
Frances Rugg, returned to their
studies Sunday after spending the
Thanksgiving vacation with their
parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Rugg,
on Rhea creek. Anson is attend
ing business college in Portland
while Miss Frances is a student at
Pacific university, Forest Grove.
Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Turner, Mr.
and Mrs. J. O. Turner an Don, Mr.
and Mrs. Sam Turner and jean,
and Mr. and Mrs. John Turner were
Thanksgiving dinner guests at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. W. L. LaDu
slre in La Grande.
Mrs. Frank S. Parker went to
Portland Sunday to attend a meet
ing of Christian Women's Board
of Missions, expecting to return
home today. Mr. Parker motored
her to Arlington where she took the
Billy Sen-ware, Marcel Jonea, Bil
ly Cochell, Charles Corder, Lorena
Wilson and Jennie Swendig were
among Eastern Oregon Normal
school students spending Thanks
giving holidays with folks in Hepp
ner. N. C. Donaldson, state compli
ance supervisor, was a business
visitor in the city last evening from
Corvallis on his way to attend the
Eastern Oregon Wheat league con
ference at Pendleton.
Mr. and Mrs. James Ireland of
Toppenish, Wash., were over
Thanksgiving guests at the home
of Mrs. Ireland's brother and wife,
Mr. and Mrs. Mark Merrill.
Dr. J. P. Stewart, Eye-Sight Spec
ialist of Pendleton, will be at the
HEPPNER HOTEL on WEDNES
DAY, DECEMBER 11th. Hours
6:00 a. m. to 5:30 p. m.
Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Ferguson,
Kay and Marylou and Mrs. Cora
Crawford spent Thanksgiving at
the home of Mr. and Mrs. Leonard
Schwarz in Prinevllle.
David Hynd and Miss Annie
Hynd were among Morrow county
people taking the train at Arling
ton Sunday for Portland.
Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Morton, Ar
lene and Jack, and Mr. and Mrs.
Charles B. Cox, spent Thanksgiving
in Walla Walla.
Dr. J. H. McCrady spent Thanks
giving week end at the home of his
parents at Cle Elum, Wash.
J. L. Gault, receiver for local
banks, spent Thanksgiving with
his family in Corvallis.
Roland Oliver of Pendleton was a
business visitor in the city yester-
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph I. Thompson
went to Portland Sunday.
WILLOWS GRANGE NOTES.
Willows grange has announced
that the home economics and 4-H
club program and old-time dance
will be given in the hall at Cecil,
Saturday night, Dee. 7.
The following officers were elect
ed for the ensuing year: Master, O.
L. Lundell; overseer, J. O. Klncaid;
lecturer, Vida Heliker; steward,
Geo. Krebs; asst. steward, Kenneth
Lundell; chaplain, Harriet Deos;
treasurer, Clara Kincald; secretary,
Mary Lundell; gatekeeper, W. G.
Palmateer; Ceres, Dorothy Brady;
Flora, Helen Lindsay; Pomona,
Opal Cool; L. A. S, Mary Lindsay;
executive committee, O. B. Spauld
ing, P. C. Peterson, E. C. Heliker;
chairman H. E. club. Bertha Cool:
chairman agricultural committee,
For Sale 193i Chev town sedan.
Phone 102, city.
P. T. A. Meeting at Boardman.
A P.T-A. meeting was held in the
Boardman school auditorium Mon
day night, November 25. After a
short business meeting the meet
ing was turned over to Mrs. Sund
sten, program chairman.
The first number on the program
was a vocal solo by Miss Turner.
Next was given a series of talks by
various townspeople and teachers.
Mr. Packard gave an interesting
account pertaining to the history
and development of the Boardman
school system and the Boardman
community. Mr. Black, the voca
tional instructor," spoke on "Voca
tional Education in Our Schools."
He stressed the Importance of real
home projects being carried on at
the same time that the class work
is being accomplished, and point
ed out how much progress has been
made in this field in recent years.
"New Methods in Reading and
Writing" was the topic which Miss
Johnston developed. This was in
regard to primary training and the
stressing of early proper primary
These discussions were all very
interesting, educational and well
worth giving ones' attention. Plans
are being made to have several sim
ilar meetings in the future.
Published by the Journalism Class
of HEPPNER HIGH SCHOOL,
Lost-Male police dog. Reward.
Leo Gorger, lone. ltp.
MAN WANTED for Rawleigh
Route of 800 families. Write today.
Rawleigh, Dept. ORL-84-SA, Oak
land, Calif. 39-42
Highest eastern prices for car
loads broke or range horses, mules
and colts. Fred Chandler Horse
and Mule Market, Charlton, Iowa.
Maternity and convalescent cases
oared for In my home. Mrs. J. B.
Vacancy 3 rooms and bath. Dec.
1. Bonnie Cochran.
'25 Dodge Victoria coupe, good
condition, to trade for beef cow or
helferg. Inquire this office. 38-40p
For Sale or Trade 1 bay horse,
8 yrs. old, 1850, broke single or dou
ble, broke to ride; one horse 6 yrs.
old, 1400, broke single or aouDie;
one saddle horse, 7 yrs. old, none
better. Will trade for cattle or
sheep. W. H. French, Hardman.
Grade News Norton King
Club News La Verne Winters
Humor, Beth Vance and Neva
"More Action and Acting." Marjorie
Features, La Verne Van Marter
and William Lee McCaleb, Jr.
Interpreting the Value of an
An education should equip us t5
make a life, not merely to make a
living. As a general rule when we
think of education, especially high
er education, we think of it as the
laying of a foundation for making
our living. This Is one of the more
important reasons, but it should
not necessarily be the most Import
ant one for obtaining an education.
From our education we should ob
tain the value of making our life
more agreeable and enjoyable to
ourselves and others; we should
learn how to work efficiently, for
later In life we are often judged by
the work we do. In addition to
learning how to work efficiently,
we should learn how to utilize leis
ure time wisely and enjoyably.
Wasting our spare time is a fault
common to many of us. If we
would learn to use our leisure timt
wisely and enjoyably, it would be
an achievement well worth accom
plishing. Pleasurable mental and
social recreation is highly import
ant in well-balanced living.
More Action and Acting
An entertaining and very well
balanced program will be given by
the Public Speaking class and fac
ulty on Thursday, December 19, for
the benefit of the hot lunches. This
year the hot lunches are being
served to the students free, and in
order to continue the lunches, we
urge the community to attend the
The Public Speaking class, under
the supervision of Mr. Evans, is
going to present two one act plays.
One is a very clever comedy enti
tled "What's Trump?", given by
four boys in the class. The other
Is a Christmas play entitled "A
Christmas Awakening." This in
cludes seven characters who have
been chosen from the Public Speak
The main feature of the evening
is a one-act play, "Finger of God,"
by Perclval Wilde, presented by the
high school faculty. This is a
powerful drama of conflicting emo
tions. The Cast includes three of
the faculty members: Mr. Evans,
Miss Rockhold and Mr. Pevey.
Tickets to these plays will be
available in a short time.
Don't forget the date Thursday,
December 19 and let's see a good
crowd at the performance.
New Suits for the Team
Season tickets to all the home
basketball games are now available
and may be purchased from any
member of the basketball squad.
These tickets entitle the owner to
see nine, and possibly more, bas
ketball games this season. There
may be some double-header games
so It will be well worth the price of
the tickets, which are $1.25 for
adults and 50c for grade school
The purpose In selling these tick
ets is to raise money to buy new
basketball suits, for which the team
Is badly Is need as the ones which
they have at present are old and
very much worn. Effort is being
made to sell enough tickets right
away to buy these new suits be
fore the first home game, which Is
As citizens of this community It
Is your duty to support your school
and Its teams. It will be greatly
appreciated by both the team and
the student body if you buy one of
these tickets. The team will dq
their best to show you their appre
ciation at these home games.
The Benzine Ring has decided
upon two beneficial means of en
tertaining and of being entertained.
They have decided to have guest
night once each month, at which
time they will perform different ex
periments In chemistry problems.
They also have planned on having
speakers from the school faculty
and townspeople. These speakers
are to lecture on their hobbies or
other topics of interest to them.
"There's No One With Endurance
Like the Man Who Sells Insurance."
"Without a Word of Warning."
"Me and My Burro." Kathryn
"Everything's the Same But You"
Howard Cleveland to Betty Hap
pold. "We agree, Perfectly." Margar
et Farley and ?
"Why Shouldn't I?" Bernard
"When I Grow Up." Dora Bai
ley. "When I'd Yoo-Hoo In the Val
ley." Mr. Bloom.
"It Never Dawned on Me." How
"It's a Lot of Idle Gossip." Mar
"I'm King Again." Howard Fur
long. "On a Sunday Afternoon," Pat
"Got a Brand New Suit" Jim
LaVerne Van Marter: I swal
lowed a wishbone.
Arlene Morton: What did you
L. V.: Wish I hadn't
Mr. Bloom: Where have you
Miss Furlong: Getting a hair
cut. Mr. Bloom: Getting a haircut on
Miss Furlong: Well, it grows on
Have you ever
Seen Jeff Munkers and Bill Drls
coll? Seen Phyllis Tice's new style of
Seen "Pinky" Clarke's "little girl
dressed in blue"?
Seen the editor at the show Sat
Wondered why Riley went to
lone Thanksgiving vacation?
Heard Lola Coxen inquiring
about Howard Furlong?
Heard about Howard Cleveland's
date with Lola Osborn?
Mr. Bloom, In American History
class: Norton, you are not fit for
decent company; you can come up
and sit beside me!
Hoop Season Opens
The Heppner hoop squad Jour
neyed to Pilot Rock for the open-
A wine to suit every
Oysters : Shell Fish
NOW IN SEASON
ED CHINTC, Trp.
Mothers read this:
A cleansing dose today, smaller
quantity tomorrow; las each timt,
until bowels need no help at til.
Why do people come home from
hospital with bowels working like
The answer is simple, and it's the
answer to all your bowel worrits if
you will only rec'.lie it: many doctors
and hospitals use i liquid laxative.
If you knew what a doctor knows,
you would use only the liquid form.
A liquid can always be taken in
gradually reduced doses. Rtductd
dosage is the secret of ang real rtlltf
Ask a doctor about this. Ask row
druggist how very popular liquid
laxatives have become. They give the
right kind of help, and right amount
of help, The liquid taxathr fee or ally
used is Dr. Caldwell's Syrap Pepsin.
It contains senna and eascara both
natural laxatives that can form no
habit, even In children. So, try Syrap
Pepsin. You just take regulated
doses till Nature res torn regularity.
lng practice game of the pre-sea-son
campaign last Wednesday. A
veteran Pilot Rock team, with two
months' practice and three games'
experience behind them, proved a
bitter pill for the untried Irish.
The fact that pert of the squad
had only two days' practice showed
up noticeably in the ragged ball
handling and defense work. Pilot
Rock 27-Heppner 10. Strenuous
work over the Thanksgiving holi
days has, however, shown a marked
improvement in shooting and pass
ing among members of the squad.
Heppner will present a strong
team for their first home game
when they play Umatilla on the
The first grade under the super-
vision of Miss Case Is starting a
Christmas project The project
consists of gathering all the old
spools and empty powder boxes
for the purpose of making animals
for Christmas. With the round
powder boxes for the animals' bod
ies and the spools for their legs. . .
The first grade will have a first
class Christmas zoo. If the towns
people who have children in the
grades would send all their empty
powder boxes and old spools to the
first grade room, it would be fully
The high school honor roll for
the second six weeks contains the
following names: Four l's, Edna
Stephens; three l's, June Anderson,
Harriet Hager; two l's, Irene Bea-
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