Heppner gazette-times. (Heppner, Or.) 1925-current, November 26, 1936, Page PAGE EIGHT, Image 8

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HEPPNER GAZETTE TIMES, HEPPNER, OREGON, THURSDAY, NOV.. 26, 1936.
IRRIGON
By MRS. W. C. ISOM
Glenn Aldrich is seriously ill with
pneumonia. Two special nurses are
with him constantly. Dr. Beck of
Hermiston is the attending physi
cian.
Mr. and Mrs. Peoples of Union
visited Saturday and Sunday with
Mr. and Mrs. Tom Caldwell.
Mr. and Mrs. Rocoe Williams and
family and Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Eddy
were guests at a wild goose dinner
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ercel
Hiatt at Umatilla Sunday evening,
The two families then spent a social
evening at the Bullard home in
Umatilla.
Tom Caldwell and Robert Smith
motored to Portland Tuesday, re
turning Friday with a load of lum
ber for the new parsonage.
Mr. and Mrs. E. Erickson and
daughter Beverly Jean have moved
into the cabins at the Leicht Auto
park which were recently vacated
by Mr. and Mrs. Eddy.
Leo Hodgson of Weston visited
Mr. and Mrs. Don Isom Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Kendler and
daughter of Pendleton, Mr. and Mrs
Earl Isom and daughter, Earl Leach
and Mr. and Mrs. Don Isom were
guests at a dinner party honoring
Earl Isom's birthday, at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Isom Sunday.
Mrs. Ruker was taken to the hos
pital at Heppner Sunday suffering
from a severe attack of gall stones,
H. C. Warner is assisting with the
work on the parsonage this week.
Alice and Chester Wilson left for
Portland this week.
Miss Grieves of Hermiston visited
Mrs. Geo. Rand Friday.
Norman Fahlgren of Livingston,
Montana, visited his aunt, Mrs. Jas,
Warner, and cousins, H. C. Warner
and Mrs. B. P. Rand and their fam
ilies Saturday. He was enroute to
Hoquiam, Wn., to visit his brother,
Mr. and Mrs. B. P. Rand were
dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Jack
Horner Sunday.
Mrs. Fred Markham returned
home from Portland Tuesday.
STAR TO MEET.
Ruth chapter, Order of Eastern
Star, will hold its regular meeting
at Masonic hall tomorrow evening.
Officers and members are request
ed to be present if possible, as im
portant business will be discussed.
PINE CITY
By BERNICE WATTENBURGER
C. H. Bartholomew left Wednes
day morning for Spokane on busi
ness. Miss Jane Olsen, Umatilla county
librarian, and Mrs. Marguerite Wil
cutt, county school librarian of Pen
dleton, were visitors at the Pine City
school Wednesday afternoon.
Miss Jean Bell, Lynn Barr and
Ray J. Pinson of Pendleton spent
Wednesday evening at the E. B
Wattenburger home.
Mrs. T. J. O'Brien was a Pendle
ton visitor Thursday.
Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Moore and
sons, Mark and Roger, from Hay,
Wash., spent Wednesday and Thurs-
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At Heppner
CHURCHES
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 i 7:30 p. m.
Choir Practice, Wednesday, 7:30 p. m.
Midweek Service, Thursday, 7:30 p. m.
Morning sermon, "Sins of Omis
sion." Evening sermon, "Precious Prom
ises of Jesus."
Sunday morning the members
will bring their special offerings to
apply on our note to the Board of
Church Extension. Our goal is $600
so may we pray that we may reach
our goal and give a sacrificial gift
to help answer our prayer. This is
a good time to show our gratitude
to pod for His blessings given us
through the church.
Union Thanksgiving prayer meet
ing at the Christian church Thurs
day night at 7:30.
METHODIST CHURCH
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 7:30 p. m.
Thursday, Fellowship Meeting, 7:30 p.m.
Want Ads
FOR SALE.
Fordson Tractor with Fordson
plow. New motor, new gears and
high tension magneto last year; price
reasonable. See J. O. Turner, city.
For sale or trade Ford car, trail
ers, harness, collars, auto parts.
Max Schulz, Heppner, Ore. 38-39p
Christmas Cards for Sale Beauti
ful assortment, 21 for $1. Mrs. Archie
Padberg, Lexington, Ore. 38-39p
Registered Hereford bulls for sale.
D. L. McCaw, Linden, Wash. 38-10p
Found Lady's coat at Rhea Creek
grange hall, about thre weeks ago.
Owner notify Antone Cunha, Lena.
500 Rhode Island Red pullets, 55c
ea. R. B. Wilcox, Hermiston, Ore.
36-38
Maternity and convalescent cases
cared for in my home. Mrs. J. B.
Cason. tf.
For Sale Set of heavy bob sleds,
almost new; reasonable. Also 3 doz.
R. I. Red pullets, full grown. Homer
Tucker, Heppner. 37-38p
day at the J. S. Moore home.
A card party was held at the John
Harrison home last Friday evening.
The evening was spent in playing
pinochle. Those present were Mr.
and Mrs. Alfred Schmidt, Mr. and
Mrs. Thad Stevens, Miss Mildred
Horn, Miss Dora E. Moore, Mr. and
Mrs. Marion Finch, Mr. and Mrs.
Jasper Myers. Mr. and Mrs. J. S.
Moore, Mr. and Mrs. Ray J. Pinson,
Mr. and Mrs. 'Robert Smith, Mr.
.Russell and John Moore, Mr. and
Mrs. C. H. Ayers, Mr. and Mrs. E. B.
Wattenburger and Mr. and Mrs.
John Harrison. Men's high score
went to Ray Pinson. Low score to
Miss Horn and Robert Smith. De
licious refreshments were served at
midnight.
Mr.- and Mrs. Clyton Stant and
sons, Mark and Robert, and Richard
Stant of Lewiston, Idaho, spent a
few days at the J. S. Moore home.
Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Wattenburger
and family spent Monday evening
at the H. E. Young home.
Miss Mable Rauch spent the week
end at the E. B. Wattenburger
home.
Guy Moore and Harold and Ralph
Neill attended the C. E. convention
in Hermiston Saturday and Sunday.
Robert Smith was a caller Mon
day at the Moore home.
A. E. Wattenburger was a Her
miston caller Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Struthers
have moved on the Jarmon place.
H. E. Young was a Hermiston call
er Tuesday.
Mrs. Marion Finch and Mrs. C. H.
Bartholomew were Hermiston visit
ors Monday.
Baby Hoax Fails
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SAN FRANCISCO . . . Above is
pictured the first flow of traffic
across the world's largest bridge,
the new struc'-'ire which spans the
bay between Aan Francisco .and
Oakland. ,li w opened Nov. 12,
with elaborate ceremonies, Presi
dent Roosevelt at Washington
pressing a golden key which turned
"o" lights starting traffic
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PEARL RIVER, La. . . . AWj
is Mrs. Louis Crawford wittO
day-old infant child which so
claimed was carried to her cabic
door by a large mongrel dog. She
called him "Little Moses," her mir
acle child . .. . but later admitted it
was her child, born unbeknown to
her husband Scandal now stalks
jlu's river country.
Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Wattenburger
and family and Miss Mable Rauch
were dinner guests at the Emery
Cox home in the Columbia district
Sunday.
COMPLETE PROGRAM
(Continued from First Page)
"Columbia River Development" W. S.
Nelson, The Dalles Chamber of Com
merce. Committee meetings.
Banquet Guest speaker, Governor
unaries a. Martin.
Committee meetings.
Saturday, December 5 Forenoon
Committee meetings 8 o'clock.
Musical selection 9:00 o'clock.
"Cooperative Marketing of Agricultural
Products" Wm. A. Schoenfeld, dean
and director of agriculture, O. S. C,
Corvallis.
"Needed Changes in Agricultural Letr-
islation" S. T. White, director, state
department oi agriculture.
Report of Finance, Taxation, and State
legislation committee.
Report of Production, Handling, and
MarKeting committee.
Afternoon
Musical selection 1:00 o'clock.
"Substitute Crops" D. E. Stephens,
Superintendent, Sherman Branch Ex
periment station.
Report of Transportation and Rural
Electrification committee.
Report of Weeds and Soil Conservation
committee.
Report of Federal Agricultural Pro
grams committee.
Caucus by counties.
Election of officers.
Report of special committees.
Workers Inquire About Social Security Act ft
EAT
SEA FOODS
Oysters, Shell Fish
the pick of
marine delica
cies served
FRESH
You'll find our
stock of
WINES
complete
Elkhorn
Restaurant
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WASHINGTON . . Th a
runnerof like scenes throughout the nation where divisional head
quarters of the new Social Security Board are established. Scene shows
workers crowding the offices of the Board here, inquiring about different
phases of the old-age pension regulations which go into effect January 1
as the new Social Security Act operations are applied. '
We Wish You All a
Joyful Thanksgiving
PRICES EFFECTIVE FRI.-SAT.-MON.
BAKING POWDER
K. C. or Clabbor Girl
10 LBs 98c
MEAT DEPT.
BACON, fancy dry cure lb. 31c
SHORTENING, 8 lbs. . . . . 98c
LARD pure hog 8 lb. pail $1 .29
CATSUP, 12 oz. bottle 10c
PEANUT BUTTER 2 LBS. 27c
CRACKERS, Graham, 2 Lb. Box 23c
COFFEE DEPT.
"ALWAYS FRESH TRY SOME"
AIRWAY 3 LBS. 49c
NOB HILL 4 LBS. 85c
DEPENDABLE 2 LB. TIN 47c
SUGAR
PURE CANE
15 lbs. .. 85c
100 lbs. 5.49
2
MILK
Tall Federal or
Maximum
10 Tins.. 75c
J
CANNED GOODS
SPECIAL
PEAS, No. 2 ST. BEANS, No. 4 TinS
2; TOMATOES, No. 2V2; SAL- J Egi
MON, 16 oz.; PUMPKIN, No. 0
2y2; CLAMS, 7 oz.; OYS- Dozen
TERS, 5 oz.; TUNA, 7 oz. $1.29
Dozen lots must carry assortment
(Right to limit)
Gum - - Candy Bars
Any kind . . 3 for 10c
Smoked Salt ... 89c
MORTON'S-10 LB. TIN
Apple Butter . . 39c
KERR QUALITY 5 LB. TIN
Purex, gal. . . . 25c
Soap, Ige. pkg. . 39c
BALLOON FLAKES
Pancake Flour . . 17c
REG. 25c MAXIMUM PKG.
FLOUR, 49 lb. bag $1.55
Harvest Blossom, bbl. 6.14
POTATOES ONIONS
Fancy combination No. 1 Mesh Bags
100 lbs. . $1.98 10 lb. bag . 23c
BREAKFAST
CEREALS
OATS, FARINA,
COARSE GRAHAM
No. 10 Bag
47c
Baby Food
Heinz, best on the
market, 10 varieties
TIN 10c
DOZEN $1.00