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HEPPNER GAZETTE TIMES, HEPPNER, OREGON, THURSDAY, OCT. 1, 1936.
By Uk. VKRN BAKER
A surprise party was held for Mr.
and Mrs. J. F. Barlow Sunday. It
was their 45th wedding anniversary.
It was held at the home of their
daughter, Mrs. Flossie CoaU and
the table was decorated in silver
with mint cups made of a bride and
groom set Covers were laid for
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Barlow, Mr. and
Mrs. Guy Barlow and daughter, Mr.
and Mrs. Claude CoaU and daugh
ter, and Mrs. Zerl Gillespie and two
eons, all of Boardman, Mr. and Mrs.
Charles Barlow and two daughters
and Ethel Hughes of Heppner, Mr.
and Mrs. T. Messenger and three
children of Hardman. They pre
sented Mr. and Mrs. Barlow with a
bridge lamp. It was also in honor
of Rita June Messenger's birthday.
Mrs. Morgan of Cascade Locks
is here visiting her father, Mr. Wes
ton. She is taking care of him dur
ing an illness with his hand which
has infection in it.
Mr. and Mrs. Ray Brown re
turned home from a vacation this
week. They have been at Wood
land visiting their daughter, Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. Guy Barlow mo
tored to Pendleton Friday on busi
Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Bates, Mrs.
W. A. Baker and son, Harold, spent
the week end in Elgin where they
visited Mrs. Bates' and Mrs. Baker's
father, Simon Gent.
Mr and Mrs. Arnon Huer and
three children left Sunday forLa
Grande where Mr. Hug intends to
go deer hunting.
Many attended the dance held in
Irrigon Saturday night All report
a fine time. The F. F. A. boys
cleared a good profit from their
booths at the fair and everyone en
Buster Rands took a truck load
of young people to the skating rink
in Hermiston last Wednesday eve
ning. The skating rink has not
been open very long but everyone
reported a keen time.
The high school students are put
ting on their usual magazine drive
which is sponsored by the Curtis
Publishing company, and wish to
sell as many subscriptions as possi
ble. J r
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Allen and
two boys have moved into town
Mr. and Mrs. Nate Macomber
spent the week end in Grandview,
Wn., where they visited Mr. Ma
Teachers' reception was held in
the school house Tuesday evening,
with a short program and a good
A shower will be held for Mrs,
Katherine Rake at the home of Mrs
Nate Macomber this coming Friday,
Mrs. Rake is the former Miss Kativ
Mr. McClouth and family of Uma
tilla have moved onto the ranch
purchased from Mrs. Warner. The
Strobcls have taken over the hotel
for this month.
Mrs. Ida Neitzel of Nebraska is
visiting at the home of her son,
Swan Lubbes left Sunday for
Klamath Falls where he Intends to
work this winter.
Word was received here of the
marriage of Miss Lois Kruse and
Pelbert Mackan. They were mar
ried Saturday in Walla Walla, and
are making their home in Echo.
Mrs. Eli Knight and children of
Sunnyside are visiting with her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Nick
By LENNA NEILL
Mr. and Mrs. Milton Smith of
Hereford spent the week end with
Mr. and Mrs. E. B, Wattenburger.
Mr. Smith taught at the Pine City
school three years ago.
Mr. and Mrs. Lon Wattenburger
left Monday morning for Long
Creek to spend a week with their
daughter, Mrs. Reid Buseick. The
men hope to be lucky enough to get
a deer or two.
Mrs. Lucy Rodgers spent Monday
visiting the Pine City school. She
gave tests to the fourth grade.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Bartholo
mew and Miss Moore were Pendle
ton callers Saturday.
John Healy left Monday for St
Helens where he has had his sheep
during the summer. He is going
to bring them home.
Fred Rauch was a business vis
itor in Pendleton Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. Ray Pinson were
week-end visitors in Seattle.
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the I. O. O. F. hall by the Women's
Topic club last Saturday afternoon.
A daily Portland paper on Tues
day carried a story telling how John
Fasnacht, city manager of Bandon,
escaped from the recent fire in that
city and with Mrs" Fasnacht and
their three children had arrived in
Salem. Mr. Fasnacht was a teacher
in the local school in 1926-27.
The high schol student body will
present the first of a series of in
teresting programs secured through
the National Assembly at the high
school auditorium next Thursday
afternoon. A demonstration of "The
Wonders of Liquid Air" will be giv
en by James Williams. This is ex
pected to be highly entertaining as
well as instructive.
A school meeting has been called
for Oct 17, when the budget will be
passed on and a new director elect
ed to fill the unexpired term of H.
D. McCurdy who has moved from
the district -
CHURCH OF CHRIST
ALVIN KLEINFELDT, Pastor
Bible School' 9:45 a. m.
Morning services 11:00 a, m.
C. E. Society 6:30 p. m.
Evening services 7:30 p. m.
Choir practice, Wednesday, 7:30 p. m.
Midweek service, Thursday, 7:30 p. m.
Morning sermon, "The Most Im
portant Person in Heppner."
Evening sermon, "Who is the
Jonah in This Ship?"
You should hear both of these
Next week is Enlistment Week.
Remember the special meetings.
Women's all-day meeting at the F.
S. Parker home on Wednesday.
Banquet for adult members of the
church at the church on Thursday
evening, Oct 8. Young People's
meeting night will not be on Friday,
Oct 9, but will be some other night,
to be announced Sunday.
Sunday, October 11, si Roll Call
Day and Rally Day. There should
be 100 percent attendance at these
meetings. The evening sermon on
Sunday, Oct. 11, will be, "Foolish
Farmers and Blundering Business
Men." Hear this. Each family
present will receive a souvenir gift
ALL SAINTS' CHURCH.
Church school, 10 a. m.
Young Peoples' Fellowship, 6:30
Evening prayer and sermon, 7:30
The Rev. Fred Wissenbach of
Pendleton will be the preacher. The
public is invited.
REV. R. C. YOUNG, Pastor.
Bible School , 9:45 a. m.
Morning Worship 11:00 a. m.
Epworth League 6:30 p. m.
Evening Service 7:30 p. m.
Tuesday, Boy's Club 7:00 p. m.
Thursday, Fellowhip Meeting, 7:30 p.m.
Our Thursday evening meetings
have been services of spiritual in
spiration. If you are discouraged and in
doubt, sick or afflicted, come with
us and we will take the matter ser
iously to GOD by prayer. We be
lieve God hears and answers prayer.
If your heart is overflowing with
gladness because of the goodness
of God, come share it with others.
Let us rejoice together in the Lord.
Rally day for the Bible school will
be observed as part of the Sunday
morning service. A special pro
gram has been prepared.
Tomorrow evening (Friday) there
will be a young people's rally In the
church, the Epworth League will
THE ASSEMBLY OF GOD.
Rev. E. D. Greeley.
Revival services conclude this
week at the Tabernacle.
Sunday school 9:45 a. m.
Preaching, 11 a. m.
Evangelistic services 7:45 p. m.
Evangelist H. Gomes preaching
HITLER, MUSSOLINI VIEWS
OF OREGON CAPITOL TOLD
(Continued from First Pas)
corner. Therefore the writer went
to a government functionary and
told him, in probably the worst
Italian ever spoken by human lips,
that the people of Oregon would
probably like to see some pictures
of what Italy is doing with the new
style, now about to make its first
notable appearance in our own
state. He appeared quite compli
mented, and promised to have pic
tures taken in all parts of Italy and
send them to Berlin to be forward
ed to me within seven days. He
made a list of about twenty build
ings, but I told him to ship along
what he had as soon as five or six
good ones turned up.
In all the countries visited ex
cept Germany all the new build
ings are in the new style. This is
particularly noticeable to a travel
ler in the new hotels. They are un
doubtedly convenient to use and
pleasing to the eye and the imagin
ation of seven people out of ten. In
Italy the new style is particularly
pleasing because it seems to fit in
well with the older buildings in the
so-called Mediterranean style.
As to Germany, it is possible that
Hitler is right, too. Certainly the
new stvle does not match well with
the old half-timbered (fachwork)
houses of the medieval villages, and
not too well with the baroque of the
churches in the citiea How it will
match with the pure Victorianism
of the Salem courthouse or the red
brick what does one call it? of
Goes So Goes
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Paid adv. Republican State
Central Committee, Lars Bla
dine, Secretary, 1012 Failing
the Willamette university buildings,
remains to be seen.
Nat Kimball, with the Federal
Land Bank of Spokane, Is in the
city this week on business for the
bank. Mr. Kimball now makes his
home In Pendleton.
Case Grain Drill
Built: to Last
SEE THEM BEFORE YOU BUY AT
Heppner Blacksmith & Machinery Co.
WE PAY SPOT CASH FOR
CREAM and EGGS
MORROW COUNTY CREAMERY CO.
G. A. Bleakman
Write-in Candidate for
(Paid adv.) Election Nov. 3, 1936
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Oregon's prosperity will be safe in the hands of these
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projects involving $228,000 worth of livestock and goods.
Oregon's social system is soundly based upon this
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they learn the most modern methods of farming,' live-Stock-raising,
and homemaking, who early begin the
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16 OZ. GREEN 35c
Arm & Hammer
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FLOUR .... 49 Lb. Bag 1 49
Kitchen Craft, 49 Lb. Bag $1.89
MACARONI 5 Lbs. Oftc
8 Lbs. 95C
5 Lbs 35C
PICKLES Quart Jar OQq
Llbby's Happy Vale Sweet V
BEANS 10 Lbs. gQc
Reda or Whites
CANNED VEGETABLES . . flc
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SOAP 6 Bars OQc
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PURE HOG LARD
FANCY DRY CURE BREAKFAST
NEW CROP CREAM STYLE
2 No. 303 TINS 25c
Whole Kernel, 2 No. 2 Tins .. 29c
BEER, 1 2 oz tins, 2 for 25c
Brown Derby JMt
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GUM, Asst., 3 Pkgs. ... 10c
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SYRUP .... Gallon fiOp
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ONIONS, 10 Lb. Sack 25c
CELERY, Large Stalk v 10c
CABBAGE, Per Pound 32c
APPLES, Johnathans, Box .. 69c