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About Heppner gazette-times. (Heppner, Or.) 1925-current | View Entire Issue (May 16, 1929)
HEPPNER GAZETTE TIMES, HEPPNER, OREGON, THUR SDAY, MAY 16, 1929.
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by Mancu Hart
To lengthen the life of linens, re
member these rules for their care
Tablecloths and napkins of Jinen
damask should be washed at home,
if possible. Otherwise, select a re
liable laundry where cutting solu
tions are not used.
New linens should be laundered
before they are stored away. Then
pack them in chests subjected to
even temperature, always avoiding
the concentrated heat of radiators
and pipes. Cedar chests are prob
ably the best containers.
Linen enjoys exposure to the sun
and dew; in fact, no substitute com
pares with this means of keeping
them beautifully white. It also helps
to preserve whiteness to wrap lin
ens in fast colored blue paper when
An Easy Sunday Dinner
Chicken fricasse Rice
Ice box pudding
(Chicken, spinach and pudding can
be prepared on Saturday.)
Eggs With Rice a Good Entree
Use 1 V4 cups boiled rice, 6 hard-
boiled eggs, 14 cups white sauce, 1
ts. chopped parsley and 1 ts. Wor
cestershire sauce. Pile hot rice on
platter, cut eggs in quarters and
nest in the rice; spread over all the
white sauce and seasoning and
sprinkle top with chopped parsley,
When Asparagus Arrives
Try baking asparagus with cheese
sauce. Lay stalks (which have been
boiled tender but not soft) in but
tered baking dish and pour over
them the cheese sauce which is tht
usual white sauce containing grated
cheese. Spread buttered crumbs
over top and bake in a hot oven
until crumbs are brown.
An Economical Salad
Finely shredded spring cabbage,
diced apple and celery mixed with
mayonnaise and garnished with
chopped sweet pickle makes a tasty
and economical salad that fits nicely
into spring menus.
Prevents Odor of Cooking Cabbage
A teaspoon of vinegar added to
the water in which cabbage is boil
ed will overcame the unpleasant
ST. PATRICK'S CHURCH.
Rev. Thomas J. Brady, pastor.
Next Sunday, May 19th, will be
the fiftieth day after Easter and it
is commonly known as Pentecost
Sunday, the day on which the Holy
Ghost came down upon the Apos
tles in the form of tongues of fire
and the anniversary of the estab-
or leave orders at
Phelps Grocery Co.
Home Phone 1102
and want to
fast and safely
Mail This Coupon
It will bring you our inter
e.ting folder "DOUBLING
& Loan Association
lishment of the Catholic Church
upon the Apostles. It is the second
feast of importance In the annals
There will be a first mass in
the Heppner church at 8:30 follow
ed by a second mass in Board man
at 11 o'clock. The pastor will
preach at both of these services
upon the text: "Receive ye the Holy
Ghost; whose sins you shall forgive
they are forgiven them, and whose
sins you shall retain they are re
tained." Confessions will be heard
before each of these masses and
Holy Communion will be distribu
ted. There will be the usual instruc
tions for the children on Saturday
morning at 7 o'clock in the Hepp
ner church. Confessions will be
heard next Saturday evening at 7
o'clock in the Heppner church.
There remain but two weeks more
for the performance of the Easter
On May 26th, that is the last Sun
day of May. there will be a first
mass in The Sands at 8 o'clock and
a second mass in Heppner at 11
o'clock. This arrangement is made
for the benefit of those in The
Sands who wish an early mass in
order to receive Holy Communion.
CARD OF THANKS.
We are grateful beyond words to
the friends of both Morrow and
Umatilla counties, who so generous
ly aided in every way during the
illness and at the funeral of the
late Geo. D. Anderson; and for the
many expressions of sympathy of
fered in the hour of bereavement.
Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Anderson,
Geo. N. Peck states that grain is
comine alone e-ood in Clnrk'si ran.
yon, the past week or ten days mak
ing a wonderful difference in the
growth of all veeetatlon. The eroD
outlook has greatly improved over
the entrie Lcxineton wheat belt.
Mr. Peck was looking after business
nere on Tuesday.
John Day Valley Freight Line
Operating between Heppner and Portland and
John Day Highway Points.
Prompt delivery, rates reasonable
plus personal and courteous service.
$10,000 cargo insurance.
CITY GARAGE, Local Agent, Phone 172
F. W. Turner & Co.
GENERAL INSURANCE AND
WHEAT AND GRAIN
The Popular Dessert
Lemon, Orange, Cherry.
Makes Children Love
T ble Malted
1000 Sheet Off
Rolls, 4 for ..4c)fJ
8-0z. Tin 39c
16-oz. Tin 69c
Coant brand, light meat
Extra fine pack.
2 Cans for 35c
Blue and Gold, Extra
Fancy Golden Bantam.
2 Cans for 45c
Gold Bar, 2s
Reg. 5c roll. 4An
4 rolls for .... luC
Otter Brand AA
2s Flat, cani&UC
The S Big Most Popu
lar Bars on Alio Market
Affiliate Buyers Best
1 Big Stick Candy Free
With Each Pound.
DEVILED HAM OR
"Just Right for Lunches"
2 Cans for 25c
"The Original" Regu
This 2-Pound Caddy of
Creamy Iced Assort
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..on the track it's
MILD nd yet
TASTE above everything
Taste shows, in Chesterfield,
in the tobaccos we buy aromatic leaf of good
"body," free from harshness, high in natural
sugar, mild, ripe. It shows, too, in the way we
blend and "cross-blend" them.
Most of all, it shows in the way men stick
to Chesterfields for that's final proof of taste!
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