La Grande observer. (La Grande, Or.) 1959-1968, September 19, 1959, Page 4, Image 4

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By J. R. William
OUR BOARDING HOUSE
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THE STORY OF MARTHA WAYNE - . By Wilton Scruggs
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FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS - By Merrill Blotter
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CAPTAIN EASY : By Leli. Turnw
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ALLEY OOP By V. T. Hamlin
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BOOTS AND HER BUDDIES By Edgar Martin
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PRISCILLA'S POP By Al Varmear
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' s "N. VlHEY J IPBOUD OFj TaM A6REEMENTy AFT ER' SCHOOL,
YOU f JUST TMEM.' V c WAS ITT t- BEHIND THE J
KNOW1 ri h f CAME j IT . ' 7 OLD ICE 1
THAT BOY Cfc' ft TO AN .-HSl " l V HOUSE
BUGS BUNNY ' - , ' - - - " '
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Side Glances 1
i neea a pair pi warning snoes. we ve moved into a
. nu8a with an unattached garage!"
DAILY JV L0G
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TV H TV O TV
SATURDAY
6:00 Bowling ConL Annl Oakley Medio
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6:30 Dick Clark Starllte Stairway Bonanza
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7:00 Huckleberry Hound Cisco Kid "
7:15 " . . . i '
7:30 Jubilee USA Wanted Dead or Challenge
7:5 Alive -
8:00 Lawrence Well! Brenner The Deputy
8:15 " t I ' . -V i
8:30 " Have dun Will Trar. The VIP Report
8:45 .-hi. - - -
9:00 Pro Football Gunsmoke "
9:16 " " "
9:80 M Iteckoning It Could Be Tou
9:45 " -
Oj00. ",. 1 Death Valley Day
':S 4 Most Feature Lata Morle.
10:45 " .
11:00 Channel 2 Theatre '
11:16 "
11.30 " -
11:46 " ; - . .
SUNDAY -
9:00 !
9:15 Baseball Gam
9:30 "
9:46 - - - .
10:00 Hytlro Plane llaces " MJ. League Baseball
10:15 " " "
10:30 " " ' '
10:45 " ...... -"
11:00 " " " "
11:15 "
11:30
ll:4,- " "
12:00 " HlnKside Hasslera M
12:15 " " " .
12:30 " " I Led t Llvea
12:45 " " ; - !
1:00 Early Show Medio
1:15 " " "
-1:30 " " Christopher Berlea
1:45 " "
2.00 Tvlrrourse " This la the Answer
2:K. " "
2:30 L'. of Wnxlilngton " The Rival World
2:45 Font ha 1 1 " "
3:d0 This la the Life Woodrow Wilson
J:t5 " " -
3:30 Aim-Mean l-Bfiid r' Roberta Silent Service
i:45 "
4:00 Paris Precinct Son Sh0P Clrcua Boy
4:16 " " " . .
4-.10 Sword of Freedom Face The Nation Week's Best Movlea
4:45 " ' ' '
6:00 Scarlet Plmpcrnal Newa Commentary "
6' 16 " :
6:30 Lone Ranger 20th Century ., . . ;.
5:46 . . '
4:00 Tou Asked For It Lassla Rivcrboat
:16 , "
:S0 Maverick Ed Sullivan "
:45 - - ...
7-00 " ' " Sunday Showcase
7:15 " . "
7:S0 Lawman "
7:45 " : . ,
6:00 Colt .46 O.K. Theater Cnev.s' Bbow
:S0 Deadline for Action Alfred Hitchcock "
1:45 " - " ;
9:00 ' E ewilneas to Hint. Special Agent 7
9:15 " " "
9:30 Meet McOraw What'a My Line State Trooper
9.46 " ,. - ..
10:00 Nlghtcourt Sun. News Feature Loretta Young
10:16 " 4 Most Feature -
10:30 Sunday Spectacular " Late Jtovla
10:45 . - - ' -
lt:00 " "
11:18 " " "
11:30 " " "
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MONDAY . .
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00 On The Go Dough Re Ml
1:15 " '
8 30 Sam Levenaon Treasure Hunt
9 46 - " ", 12.
9:00 I Love Lucy price la Right
:15 " ' ' "
t:S 1 Top Dollar Concentration
9:45 " ,
10 00 Love Of Life Tic Tao Dough
10:15 " "
10:30 Search for Tomorrow It Could Be Ton
10:46 ' Guiding Light - - . .
11:00 Across the board Coffee Club Theatre Quern For a Day
11:15 " . "
11:30 Pantomime Quia " Blondla
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1S 00 Musle Bingo " Pr.eat L",e.. Toung Dr. Malona
1 ?:S Romper Room A orld Turns From Theaa Rootn .
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1:00 Day In Court ForBetter or Tffuth or Conaeq.
. - worse -
l!0 Oale Storm Show Houaeparty County Pair
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1:00 lte.t The Clock Big Payoff Matihe on Six
1:15 ! "
1:30 Who Do Tou Truat Verdict la Toura -
1:45 " . ... . . -
1:00 Am. Bandatand Brighter Pay
1-15 " Secret Storm-
t l0 m Edge of Night 1 ')'
1:46 - " Palnt-O-Pete
4:00 Popeya Cliff Carl Show I Le j Ivea
41:16 " " ...
4:90 Tea Time Matinee Four Thirty Movie
4:46 " ; . ' -
5:00 Flash Gordon "
1:15 -
6:10 MIcLey Kouaa Club " I
6 46 I Huntley-Brlnkley
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6tw4)r'ar; Grande, Ora., Sat., Sept. 19, 959 Page 4
Olsen Family Spends Sunday
Wfth Nbrth PoWder PcirtinfS
By BAR3ARA ERWINi
04)Mrver Staff Writar
-NORTH. POWER Special)
Mr. and Mr. Clifford Olsen and
childran, Gary, carl, .and Evon
of Pendleton, spent Sunday with
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Homer
Carries, j Sunday evening they
went to Baker where they visitd
his mother, Mrs. Daisy Olsen. ,
f.Mrs. Dick Froman of Boise, vis
ited her sister, Mrs. Frank Gu
lick, Sunday. , . , ,
. Mr. and Mrs. , Bill Pearson
visited Sunday :. with Mr. and
Mrs. frank Gulick. m
...Mr., and Mrs.. Harold Hansen
and son, Bates, visited Mr. and
Mrs. .Henry McClure Sunday :
, Henry Taylor is staying for
awhile with his sister, Mrs. Mutts
Nice. -. . ,.. ....
Visit Relatives
. . Mi's. Gary Erwin and daughter,
Lori Lynn, accompanied by Mrs.
Erwin's mother and family, Mr.
and Mrs. Fred Rorden of Union,
drove to Joseph Sunday to visit
friends and relatives.
i, Mr. and Mrs. David Cropp haw
purchased a new car. .
Howard : Tally , visited the
weekend with his parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Gene Tally. . . -i
Monita and Ann Higley, daugh
ters of Mr. and Mrs. Nolen Hig
ley of Burns, are staying with
their aunt and uncle, Mr. and
Mrs. Allen Nantz. Monita is at
tending business college and Ann
is attending the St. Francis Acad
demy. - The girls plan to move
to Baker soon. .
Mr. and Mrs. Malcom Nice and
family spent the weekend in
Portland visiting the centennial
and the zoo. -They also visited
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Nice, i Me.
and Mrs. Paul Nice of La Grande,
did their chores while they were
gone, i - -, ' On
i. Teeth Worked On bn!
,, Malts Nice has been;-making
frequent trip to Baker to have
his teeth pulled, ,,... ;t..,4
Mr. ani Mrs. .Norman Records
and son, Milton-Freewater, --visited
her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Charles Isaac, and Judy, Sunday,
i! Lorn Henderson, . Judy . Chad
wick of Hilgartle,- and George
AHenburg cf La Grande visited
at the Leonard Hjnderson home
Sunday. .. '. . , , i vi. ''ail.
:! Mrs. Ruby ... Sloan .of McCall,
Idaho, is visiting at the home of
her father, Matts.Nice(. .,, ,; ,j
, Mr. and Mrs, Bryee,, PowelV Of
John Day visited his parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Arthur. Powell and his
sister and brother-in-law, sMr.
and Mrs. Clifford Culver, Sun
day. : ' J ''t
., Mr. and Mrs. Otto Karrels and
children, Linda, Teddy and Alex
of Imbler, visited at the Charles
Isaac home Sunday..- , . i;,.,h 4
Mr. and Mrs. , Keith Simonts
traveled to Portland Tuesday 'On
business. Mrs. Ernest Simonis
took care of the children..,
Mrs. Gene Hammond has. been
called to Minnesota by the death
of her mother, .r Mrs. Tom Boyd
is substituting for her at school.
NEWS CHUCKLES
United Press International
BACK TO SPITTIN' RANGE
. CHtCAGO (L'PH City officials
promised today that Deputy Sew
er Commissioner Thomas D. Gar
ry will get back his cuspidor.
Garry protested when officials
hauled off his private spittoon
along with those owned by the
city. Authorities said Garry's cus
pidor was found intact on a junk
pile and would be back within
spitting distance shortly.
A SURE BET
CULVER CITY. Calif. (UPH
Clayton Cooper landed in jail and
therewith won his bet. Cooper was
found in a parking lot Friday
swinging a scythe, which he admitted-
he had stolen. Cooper told
authorities he'd made a bet he'd.
be in jail by 8 a.m. today.' He
was. ' ;
HONESTY BEST POLICY
PITTSBURGH UPI Honesty
paid off for Charles A. Lupine,
31, when he admitted Friday in
an accident case that he'd had six
or seven bottles of beer and was
"too drunk to drive." Judge Lo
ran L. Lewis, noting it was the
first time he'd heard anyone. ad
mit to more than "one or two
beers," suspended Lupine's 30-day
jail term and put him on proba
tion for a year.
DOG DIDN'T WATCH
NEW YORK lUPIi A Brooklyn
watchdog got his cops and rob
bers mixed up Friday. Police said
the dog merely wagged his tail
when two armed .bandits ran
sacked a home of $3,000 worth of
silver and terrorized three wom
en occupants. Later, when two de
tectives arrived on the scene, the
dog jumped into action, biting
both detectives in the legs.
Richmond Family
Of Imbler . Takes
Trip To Eugene
IMBLEK 'Special i cnaries
Richmond and daughter, Sue, left
for . Eugene on Friday. Sue is
entering the University of Oregon
again this fall and will be a Sopno
more. Richmond returned home on
Sunday. ....
A birthday picnic dinner was
held last Sunday at the Riverside
Park honoring Chris Hunt. Mr.
and Mrs. Hunt and son Fred, Mr.
and Mrs. Norman Feik and child
ren, Mr. and Mrs. Herchel Queb
beman and daughter, Mrs. Olin
Hopkins and children, were pre
sent. -
Mrs. John Roman and children
left recently for New Jersey by
car. They will await clearance
there to join Roman who has been
sent to Germany for 18 months by
the Army. They have rented their
house here, to Mr. and Mrs. Cone.
. Miss Kay Ruckman spent the
week end with her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Tom Ruckman. She flew in on
Friday, to be honor attendant to
Miss Shirley McKinnis, at her wed
ding Saturday evening. Sunday af
ternoon, Kay and her parents drove
to Pendleton, where she took the
plane back to Reedsport, where
she is teaching this year.
Powder Students.
In Special Wheat
Experiment Class
NORTH POWDER (Special)
The North Powder third grade
class took wheat, given to them
by Chris Johnson Tuesday, to the
home of Mrs. Louis Jones. Mrs.
Jones showed the youngsters how
to grind it into flour.
. Each child h?lped to make
bread Wednesday from the flour
that had been ground in the mill.
The class also planted wheat to
determine how the important crop
grows in different types of soil as
part of their wheat study project.
Mrs. Jake Flowers is the teacher
for the class. -
Travel Talk
Answer to Previous Punl
ACROSS
1 Maine harbor
4 Dutch city
8 Nation
12 Custom
13 Monster
14 Eager
15 Cover i
16 Fungus
: : growth
18 Water animals
20 Irritable
21 Tree
22 Pitcher
24 Destroy
2 Journey
27 Cut
SO F.stcr
32 Flat key
34 Kind of
window
35 Goober f
3 Defeated st
bridge
37 Love god
39 Throw
40 Western state
41 Favorite .
42 Sheriffs men
45 Repeat
48 Put between
61 Free nation
(ab.) .
52 Foreteller
53 Travel by
boat
54 Rodent
85 Vipers .
58 Taverns
57 Elders (ab.)
DOWN
1 Tuber
2 Continent
SNefud '
.(2 woris) - 1
4 Kind of bole -
5 Russian name 28
6 Rubber
7 Guided
8 Father
9 Selves -10
Plant part
11 Not pleasing
17 Russian plain 42
19 Shine 43
23 Straws 44
24 Fishing gear 46
25 Century plant.47
26 Land (Latin) 48
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Burden
Moistens
Sway "
Tardier r '
Mid westerner
Employers
Pares
Italian city
Numbers
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