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Thursday, October 27, 1938
Heppner Gazette Times, Heppner, Oregon
Oscar Keithley was in the city
Friday from lone, still using crut
ches which he has used to get about
since last April when he left the
hospital here following a consider
able bedfastness because of an in
fected leg. Mr. Keithley said a Hepp
ner paper had been in the family
ever since the Gazette first started
55 years ago, and he has been a con
stant subscriber for 35 years. At one
time he paid up 20 years ahead when
the Gazette Times conducted a sub
scription campaign, though this sub
scription expired several years ago.
Mr. and Mrs. Truman Babb, Miss
Louise Anderson, Mrs. Sam Hughes
and Mrs. Florence Paul motored to
Portland Friday evening, Mrs.
Hughes and Mrs. Paul to visit in the
city for a time while the others re
turned home Sunday evening after
a combined business and pleasure
visit to the city. In the city with the
OSC band for the OSC-WSC football
game was Norton King, son of Mrs.
Babb, with whom they enjoyed a
Miss Hester Thorpe, former teach
er in the local schools, called on
friends here last week end on her
way from The Dalles to Fox .valley.
She was accompanied by two friends
from the same place, Miss Catherine
Leavenworth and Miss Mildred
Haberly. Miss Thorpe now teaches
in The Dalles schools.
Mr. and Mrs. Dick Sperry had as
week-end hunting guests, Mr. and
Mrs. Thomas Mahoney of Portland.
Mr. Mahoney is an attorney in the
city and prominent American Le
gionaire, while Mrs. Mahoney was
formerly Miss Carrie Tony who re
sided at one time on Rhea creek.
Mrs. Stella Eberhart was in the
city the end of the week transacting
business. She returned to her home
at Tigard Sunday, being accompan
ied as far as Portland by Mrs. Al
bert Rea who will visit for a time
at the home of her daughter, Mrs.
H. C. Wood.
Roy Feeley and son Maurice of
The Dalles, former county residents,
are visiting in the city today. Mr.
Feeley represents an insurance com
pany as assistant manager at the
Wasco county seat.
Miss Catherine Peterson, Episco
pal missionary from Pendleton, is
in Heppner this week working with
the young people. She is a guest at
at the home of Mrs. Olive Frye.
Miss Teresa Breslin visited last
week end here at the home of her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Breslin,
coming over from Joseph where she
is teaching in high school.
Fred Miller of Oregon City visited
over the week end here at the home
of his son, Dr. Dwight Miller, and
enjoyed a deer hunt. He returned
home Tuesday afternoon.
John Vaughn was among fortun
ate deer hunters this week. Hunting
in company with J. O. Turner and
Tom Wells Tuesday afternoon, he
bagged a nice buck.
Henry Smouse and James Nelson
of the lone section passed through
the city Friday on their way to the
tall timber in quest of deer.
Mrs. Peggy Aiken was in Portland
over the week end to visit with her
son, Jack, who is attending a mili
tary academy in the city.
Harold Gentry is on vacation from
his position as manager of Standard
service station, being relieved by
Alex Noll of Spokane.
John G. Odell, district manager for
Tum-A-Lum Lumber company from
Walla Walla, was a business visitor
in the city yesterday.
Miss Betty Happold spent the week
end in Portland visiting relatives and
friends and attending the WSC-OSC
Mrs. F. E. Bloom of Albany ar
rived the end of the week for a
visit at the home of her sister, Mrs.
E. R. Huston.
Get results with G. T. want ads.
H. E. CLUB MEETS
Willows H. E. C. met at the home
of Mrs. Elsie Peterson with 13 mem
bers and five visitors, Mrs. John
Bryson, Mrs. Huston Bryson, Mrs.
William Tompkins, Mrs. Lewis Hal
vorsen, were present.
Plans were completed for bazaar,
program and social evening, Satur
day, Oct. 29.
Election of officers for the com
ing year was held with Vida Hel
iker elected chairman, Marjorie Ba
ker, vice-chairman Geneva Palmer,
secretary, and Stella O'Meara, Treas
urer. It was decided to hold a
Thanksgivisg dinner for grangers
and friends in lone on Thanksgiving
Etta Bristow, Vela Eubanks ana
Geneva Palmer were appointed on
the arrangements committee.
CARD OF THANKS
We wish o thank all who so kind
ly assisted us in our recent bereave
ment, also for the beautiful flowers
and kind expressions of sympathy.
Mrs. Margaret Klitz,
Mr. and Mrs. Alton E. Kiltz,
Mr. and Mrs. Noel Klitz,
Mr. John Klitz.
Wood sawing anywhere, cash or
what have you, Max Schulz, city.
I hereby announce myself as an
independent candidate for the office
of county assessor at the General
Election to be held Noember 8, 1938.
ANDREW J. CHAFFEE.
With Game Card
Place order immediately at
Bakery or with your grocer.
O Ten Years Ago
(Gazette Times, Nov. 1, 1928)
Six hundred at Lexington honor
Direct ballot for president invok
ed to simplify election system.
H. H. S. swamps Arlington 55-0
in grid game.
Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Sweek, Mr. and
Mrs. W. E. Moore hosts at two love
ly appointed Hallowe'en parties.
County court secures release of
market roads from state to give
county full handling, announces
Mrs. Alex Green and son Her
man return from visit to Virginia.
A baby daughter was bom to Mr.
and Mrs. Cecil Lieuallen, Friday.
Chas. Latourell announces turkey
shoot at rod and gun club, Nov. 16
17. Walter Eubanks on crutches as
result of injured knee.
Phelps Funeral Home
Trained Lady Assistant
Phone 1332 Heppner, Ore.
PRIDE OF THE. WEST
with William Boyd, George Hayes,
Slick as a whistle Hopalong Cas
sidy solves a highway hold-up mys
tery in a battle of wits and gun-fire
that roars and races through the
great range country.
BREAKING THE ICE
(A movie quizz contest picture)
with Bobby Breen, Charlie Ruggles,
Dolores Costello, Robert Barrat,
Dorothy Peterson, Billy Gilbert, and
The World's Youngest Ice Skater,
"Breaking the Ice" is a great hu
man drama of a boy's love for his
mother and his efforts to make her
life happy. Five song hits.
Short subject of swimming cham
with Janet Gaynor, Robert Mont
gomery, Franchot Tone, Guy Kibbee,
Claire Dodd, Reginold Owen, Cora
A mad chase with romance a
three-star cast in a five-star com
edy! No. 1 left her at the church
No. 2 loved her pancakes No. 3 was
the man she mowed down!
Bravest of the Brave another of
Carey Wilson's intriguing his
City of Little Men heart-warming
story of Boy's Town, smallest U.
Old Smokey a Captain and the
Movietone News Ed Thorgesen,
Lew Lehr, Lowell Thomas.
MONDAY Oct. 31st 10:30 P. M.
Make up a party and come to our
10c and 25c
The Missing Guest
with PAUL KELLY
"Attic of Terror," by Floyd Gibbons
Ghost Town Frolics
An hour and a half of thrills and
chills and fun.
SPEED TO BURN
with Witchael Whalen, Lynn Bari,
Rich in romance and color . . .
packed with the thrills of the most
exciting sport in the world . . . and
introducing a family you will love
. . . the Gambinis!
Comedy Lew Lehr
WED.-THU., NOV. 2-3
HOLD THAT CO-ED
with John Barrymore, George Mur
phy, Marjorie Weaver, Jack Haley,
Football gets a terrible kicking
around, but it's all in fun! Politics,
football and love scrambled into a
MARCH OF TIME covering The
British Dilemma which shows the
series of events leading up to the
recent crisis; and U. S. Fire Fighters
which tells the story of the work
of the National Fire Protection As
sociation. Football Thrills, a review of the 1937
season famous games, plays and
players of great college teams.
News of the Day, with such subjects
as the Czechoslovakia surrender
of Sudetenland, Yankees winning
World Series, UCLA vs. Washing
ton, USC vs. Ohio State.
Mr. and Mrs. D. A. Wilson, Shirley
and Dorotha, are invited to present
this coupon for complimentary ad
missions. To be used before Novem
berllth. l . :?jn
SHIP BY TRUCK
The Dalles Freight Line, Inc.
PORTLAND : THE DALLES : HEPPNER
AND WAY POINTS
Arrive Tuesdays, Thursdays. Saturdays
Warehouse: KANE'S GARAGE Carl D. Spickerman, Agent
"PREVENT FOREST FIRES IT PAYS"
Leave Your Car
with us Tomorrow Morning?
While you solve your day's parking prob
lem (without charge), we will drain and
flush your radiator, inspect all connec
tions and put in the proper amount of
"Eveready" "Prestone" anti-freeze ... all
for the regular "Prestone" anti-freeze
price. Then your car will be all set for all
If you've used "Prestone" anti-freeze
before, nothing else will be good enough
for you. If you haven't, it's time you en
joyed freedom from "weather worry."
Ferguson Motor Company
(now going to our aged and poor)
Under the rid'culous pretense that it wants to help
the State Liquor Commission gain more control
over "liquor", the Anti-Liquor League has initiated
A STATE-WIDE "PROM BILL" '
to destroy Oregon's Liquor Control
and State Relief Systems
Professional Prohi agitators and uninformed ama
teurs are saying that this fantastic measure is
merely to prohibit sales of beer and wine in retail
stores, taverns, etc.
Actually it CLOSES State Liquor Stores!
By cunning indirections, trick phrases and RE
PEAL of all good laws "in conflict" with its own
bill, the Anti-Liquor League measure prohibits State
stores from operating in practically every city, and
subjects both the STATE COMMISSION and
PRIVATE CITIZENS to outrageous oppressions
and damage suits for offenses committed by others.
$1,000 DAILY FOR PROHI PROPAGANDAI
is specifically set aside for employment of Prohi
experts, propaganda, etc., at State expense in this
vicious bill but ABSOLUTELY no provision is
made to replace MILLIONS now going for old age
assistance, relief, etc., which the proposed law
would turn back to BOOTLEGGERS.
Vote 323 11 N
State Ballot, Nov. 8-and
Lw end Temperance League of Oregon W. P. Fell, Pre., Eugene, Or.