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HEPPNER GAZETTE TIMES, HEPPNER, OREGON, THURSDAY, AUG. 6, 1936.
T. J. Humphreys received word
the first of the week that hia son
Roland will arrive in Heppner Sat
urday for a visit with the home
folks. He will come from Port
land with Miss Leta Humphreys,
who Is spending the week on a va
cation trip. Roland recently receiv
ed his doctor's degree in mathemat
ics at Columbia university and will
teach In the east the coming year.
After his visit in Heppner he will
return east via California for a visit
with his sister, Miss Evelyn Hum
phreys. Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Turner drove
to Vancouver Monday afternoon to
get their son, Don, who has been
attending the C. M. T. C. at Van
couver Barracks. They also speni
a day in Portland and returned
home yesterday accompanied by
Mrs. O. G. Crawford, who will vist
here a short time.
Percy Hughes was transacting
business in Heppner Monday, com
ing to town from the Little Butter
creek ranch where he and Mrs.
Hughes are spending a few days.
They are making their home on a
stock ranch near Monument, and
A. P. says it is warm over there.
Alex Green and Ralph Beamer
picked huckleberries on Jones prai
rie, Sunday. Alex reports berries
quite plentiful and pickers numer
ous. A nice shower of rain fell
Sunday in the mountains and berry
pickers who remained were treated
to wet feet.
Clyde Denny was in the city
Saturday from the farm home in
the Lexington section, coming in
for repairs for his harvester. A
junction box on the combine was
broken when it struck a big rock.
He reported good progress, with a
Truman Babb left early yesterday
morning for Ontario where he will
superintend the carpenter work on
a house for K L. Morton's mother.
Mr. Babb finished laying the floors
in the new house here before leav
ing, and it is now ready for finish
ing. , Clifford Sims was a visitor in
Heppner Tuesday from Milton
where he is receiver for a bank.
He brought his daughter, Florence,
here for a tonsilectomy which was
performed at the office of Dr. A.
D. McMurdo, Tuesday morning.
Mis. Josephine Garrigues, pioneer
resident who left here more than 30
years ago, was an over-Sunday vis
tor coming from her home at Port
land in company with a sister,
niece and nephew. She enjoyed
meeting old-time friends.
Guy Huston and members of his
family were in town Monday shop
ping and attending to business mat
ters. Harvesting operations have
been delayed by a broken down
tractor but will be in full swing in
a few days.
John Kenny was in from the
Sand Hollow ranch Monday. He
is getting ready to harvest his
wheat crop. John will use a trac
tor this year, instead of horses as
heretofore, due to a shortage of
K. C. Prestbye, Spokane attorney
representing the Federal Land
bank, was in the city Monday as
sisting P. W. Mahoney in present
ing a case before circuit court In
which the land bank was plaintiff.
Mrs. Lucille McAtee and two sons
returned the end of the week from
a six weeks' visit at the home of
Mrs. McAtee's father, Dr. A. P.
Culbertson, at Vickeryville, Mich.
The round trip was made by auto.
Miss Leta Humpheys departed
Friday for a vacation trip, going
first to Portland and Eugene. She
was accompanied to Portland by
Josephine Mahoney who is spending
a week in the city.
Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Thomson are
spending the week in Portland at
tending buyers' week and viewing
Dr. J. P. Stewart, Eye-Sight Spe
cialist of Pendleton will be at the
HKPPNER HOTEL on WEDNES
DAY, AUGUST 12th.
Wanted girl 20-25 for housekeep
ing. Must be good housekeeper &
cook. Good wages. Answer Pen
dleton P. O. Box 697.
For Sale At a bargain, 6-room
house and 4 acres of land in the
city limits of Heppner. Inquire at
Green's Feed store. 22-25.
For Sale Range stove, battery
v radio, 11 doz. fruit jars. Tom Bey
mer, city. 22-23pd.
For Sale 62 acres, 56 under irri
gation; buildings; best alfalfa land.
For Information write Mrs. Flor
ence Myers, Boardman, Ore.
For Rent Two-room house; want
man and wfe, or man. Mrs. S. N.
Grifllth, city. 21-22p
PEACHES for canning Ripening
Aug. 1 to September. Price 3c to 4c.
Edmonds Orchard, 2 miles west of
TWO PIANOS FOR SALE
nearly new about 4 months old.
Small bungalow sizes. Only 44 in.
high. Small balance due. Terms,
$8 monthly or will discount for
cash. Address Mr. Smith, Adjuster,
Cllne Piaino Co., 1011 SW Wash
lngton, Portland, Ore. 20-22
FOR SALE One Case 14 ft. com
bine. See Hunt Bros., Lexington
or J. O. Turner, Heppner.
For Sale 110 grade black-faced
ewes. Williird Farrens, lone, Ore, tf
Maternity and convalescent cases
cared for in my home. Mrs. J. B.
Judge C. L. Sweek, J. S. Beck-
with, court reporter, and Charles Z.
Randall, attorney, were in Heppner
Monday from Pendleton to attend
case day in circuit court.
Mr. and Mrs. O. A. Devin took
Mrs. L. C. McDaniel to Arlington
Friday to take train for Los Angel
es where she went to visit her
The Gene Ferguson family re
turned home Saturday after an ab
sence of several weeks, most of
which time was spent in Portland.
A seven and three-fourths pound
baby girl was born to Mr. and Mrs.
Merle Miller, Monday, August 3, at
the residence of Mrs. Pat Mollahan.
Vawter Parker returned home
Saturday from Camp Bonneville
where he put in two weeks at re
serve officers' training.
S. O. Sloan, auctioneer, arrived
this week and is assisting Tom
Clark, Jr., in arranging for the big
auctiin sale Saturday.
Mrs. R. C. Phelps and daughter
Juanlta are expected home tomor
row from a ten-day visit in the
Gail Gardner, who has been here
for a week's visit from his home in
Kansas City, departed on his return
Jos. J. Nys left Sunday to join
his family at the coast. They expect
to return on the eighth.
D. S. Barlow was a Heppner vis
itor Monday from the Rhea creek
By LA VERN BAKER
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Harwood
and Mrs. John Jenkins left last
Saturday for a short trip to Mt.
Rainier. Mrs. Jenkins will go on
and visit her sister in Seattle.
Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Becker were
week-end visitors at the Bates
home this week. They returned to
their home in Longview, Wash.
Mrs. Gladys Bradley returned
home last week after a visit with
Miss Imogene Wilson left Sunday
for Arlington where she has em
ployment. Miss Kate Gorham and Mike
Gorham arrived Saturday from
Council Bluffs, Iowa, to visit with
their relatives, Mr. and Mrs. J. F.
Gorham, for about a month.
A birthday party was held at the
Peck home Saturday afternoon in
honor of Shirley Peck's fourth
birthday. Refreshments of ice
cream and cake were served.
Philip and Easie Jones went to
Pendleton last week where they
were fitted for new glasses.
Mrs. Guy Barlow and Chloe left
this week for a short visit in Seat
tle. Mrs. Jay Cox and children left
Monday for their home in Seattle
after a visit with relatives here.
Mr. and Mrs .Forest Cable and
daughter Phyllis visited at their
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Downs, last
All the extra men have been cut
off the highway, leaving only the
Mrs. Edith Hendricks and Mrs.
I. Skoubo wert huckleberrying the
latter part of last week.
Gordon Russell is visiting his
aunt and uncle, Mr. and Mrs. Seth
Russell, this week.
Several attended the dance at
Hermiston last Saturday night and
reported they had a very good time.
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Courtwright
left for a short visit in Independ
ence and near points.
Mrs. Carpenter and Zelda are
spending a month's vacation at
Mr. and Mrs. Frask Cramer left
last week for a short vacation in
Spokane visiting their son, Earl
The Townsend club is having an
Ice cream social Tuesday evening,
August 4, at the church. They are
expecting the delegate from Cleve
land to give her talk.
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By LENNA NEILL
Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Wattenburger
and children left Friday for Long
Creek to visit with Mr. Watten
burger's sister, Mrs. Reid Buseick.
They returned home Monday.
Misses Jeanette Turner and Mary
White of Heppner visited at the
C. H. Bartholomew home Sunday
Mr. and Mrs. Mike Healy of
Boardman called at the John Hea
ly home Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Neill returned
home from the mountains the lat
ter part of the week after spending
a week there picking huckleberries.
Lloyd Baldridge was a dinner
guest at the A. E. Wattenburger
Misses Neva Neill and Mary Daly
and Lowell Young picked huckle
berries near North Jonesprairie
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Rauch visited
at the A. E. Wattenburger home
Rosetta and Billy Healy returned
home Saturday from visiting their
grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Mike
Kenny. James Kenny and Joe
parley accompanied them and re
turned to their homes Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. T. Robison of Hard
man spent the week end at the C.
H. Bartholomew home.
Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Wattenburger
and son Earl went to Heppner
Monday where Earl had his foot
Mr. and Mrs. Jim Daly and
daughter Kathleen and son Charles
motored to Gurdane Tuesday. Mrs.
Daly's sister and her family plan
on returning home with them for
Mrs. Jasper Myers and infant
daughter Shirley Ann and son
Jerry are now staying at the C. H.
Mrs. OUie Neill and daughters,
Neva and Aleta, Miss Patricia Daly
and H. E. Young returned home
from the mountains Sunday where
they have been camped picking
4-H CLUB MEETS
Lexington 4-H calf club met at
the home of Mrs. Clarence Biddle,
Sunday, August 2. There were 16
visitors. A short business meeting
was held after which the county
agent took a number of the boys
to the Morrow County creamery to
start work on the testing demon
stration which the boys will give
at the fair. At 4:30 a light lunch
was served to the visitors and club
members. After lunch, a Judging
contest was held with Ervin Rauch
taking high honors.
The Sunday school conference
was held Sundav with a dinner
afterwards. Many important things
were discussed including new song
dooks ana tne Dell that is to be
Church is to be 'closed for a
month and Mr. Thomas is taking
his vacation. He expects to go to
of extended first run in
Portland, we will be un
able to show
It has been replaced with
the brand new picture
Satan Met a Lady
Bette Davis and
PRICK alone is not the guide post to value. QUALITY Is to a marked di'gree the principal factor
In milking jour purchases. When you get the hi Rhest quality merchandise at consistent figures
you are stretching your food dollars. ,
LOOK AT THESE VALUES FOR SATURDAY AND MONDAY, AUGUST 8 AND 10, and see
for yourself the advantuge of buying here:
In bulk, paper bags, tin, or gloss jars plain or
"25c, 30c, 35c
TEAS Memorie, 8 oz.
Orange Pekoe Green
Tenderleaf, 7 oz.
Orange Pekoe Q
GELATINS, DESSERTS &
PUDDINGS Good QUALITY and SERVICE require no
tIELLO, ROYAL, K HEM EL, JUNKET all apologies, but many a sick headache comes of
flavors. low priee shouting.
M. D. CLARK
By BEULAH NICHOLS
Archie, the young son of Mr. and
Mrs. Archie Padberg, met with a
painful accident on Monday when
he fell from the loft of Clyde Swift's
barn. As he fell he struck a hail,
making a bad cut in his side that
required four stitches to close.
A seven and three-quarter pound
daughter was born to Mr. and Mrs.
Merle Miller on Monday in Hepp
ner at the home of Mrs. P. A. Mol
lahan. A. M. Edwards spent the week
end in Lexington, having just com
pleted a well for the city of Almira,
Wash. This is a flowing well over
200 feet deep, and was completed
in the record-breaking time of 20
Mrs. Emma Ashinhust visited her
daughter, Mrs. Lester Hunt in
Heppner on Sunday.
The regular meeting of Lexington
grange will be held at the hall Sat
urday evening. All members are
urged to attend.
Fred Ashinhust left Lexington
last week, going to Gaston where
he has employment in a dairy.
Mrs. W. B. Tucker returned on
the train Thursday morning from
Salem where she has been visiting
her father, T. M. Scott.
Miss Gladys Graves, who has been
working for Mrs. Orville Cutsforth,
has returned to her home at Hub
bard. Mrs. Lee Sprinkel and Mrs. H.
C. Howell of Heppner were guests
of Mrs. Vernon Scott Thursday af
ternoon. Mrs. Agnes Wilcox and Mrs. Clyde
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to buy FLORSHEIM SHOES
at sale prices this year
$y.65 6- $g-65
SALE CLOSES AUGUST 15
Rayons in Blues, Whites, Tans.
A $I.OO line going at
W;l- The Store of
1 1 5 Personal Service
FRESH FRUITS &
Fresh Tomatoes, box 20 lbs. net JQJ
Fresh Cantaloupes, Uniutillas,
size 4i, 6 for
a Campbell's, Helm or Crosse & Blackwell, full
uc "10c, 15c, 20c
Denny of lone were visitors in
Lexnigton Thursday afternoon.
Orville Cutsforth returned Wed
nesday from a business trip to
Portland. While there he purchas
ed an Oldsmobile coupe.
Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Scott were
business visitors in Yakima over
Sunday and Monday.
Mrs. Raymond White and daugh
ter Delores of Oakland, Cal., are
visiting relatives and friends here.
Mi and Mrs. Gene Gentry went
to Baker on Tuesday. They were
accompanied by Helen Breshears
and Delpha Merritt.
Mrs. Viola Potter and To mGrif
fin of Los Angeles visited Mrs.
Golda Leathers on Monday evening.
Mr. and Mrs. H. N. Burchell and
Helen Schuman of Sheridan and
Mrs. Mae Burchell and daughter
Grace of Corvallis are vsiiting at
the J. G. Johnson home.
Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Majeske
and family and Mrs. Alex Hunt
were business visitors in Pendleton
RODEO BENEFIT DANCE SET.
Heppner Rodeo association is
sponsoring a benefit dance at the
fair pavilion, Wednesday evening,
August 12, featuring the Oregon
Loggers, famous traveling orches
tra, which will appear earlier in
the evening on the stage at the
WHEEL CHAIR APPRECIATED
Appreciation to his friends who
made possible the wheel chair he
received last week, is expressed by
Mr. Ruhl, confined at Morrow Gen
eral hospital. A great deal of en
joyment is being obtained from the
gift by the interne, announces Mrs.
Lulu Rumble, hospital manager.
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STOCK YARDS Co. HIH PORTLAND, ORE.
FRI., AUG. U
Doors Open One Hour Earlier
BIG THREE RING
WILD ANIMAL CIRCUS
REAL WILD WEST
ACRES OF WATERPROOF TENTS
HUNDREDS OF PEOPLE .
HERDS OF PERFORMING ELEPHANTS
Aerial and Gymnastic Stars of the Circus World
Including a MAMMOTH WILD ANIMAL MENAGERIE With Cage After
Cage of RARE WILD BEASTS
GO TO A BIG SHOW
Circus Tents will be Pitched in the
CUxMMINGS NURSERY GROUNDS
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