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    HEPPNER GAZETTE TIMES, HEPPNER, OREGON, THURSDAY, DEC. 3, 1936.
PAGE EIGHT
Willows Grange
Elects New Officers
Willows grange held its regular
business meeting at the hall in Ce
cil Saturday night. A short pro
gram featuring the graces Ceres and
Pomona was given. Worthy Lec
turer Vida Heliker read an article
on the origin of the goddesses or
graces, showing that the history of
graces Ceres, Flora and Pomona
date back earlier than 491 B. C.
Miss Dorothy Brady as Ceres and
Miss Opal Cool as Pomona gave a
playlet telling of the early, planting
of grains and fruits in this country.
Officers were elected for the en
suing year as follows: 0. L. Lundell,
master; J. O. Kincaid, overseer; Vida
Heliker, lecturer; George Krebs,
steward; Kenneth Lundell, assistant
steward; Elsa Peterson, chaplain;
Clara Kincaid, treasurer; Mary Lun
dell, secretary; W. G. Palmateer,
gatekeeper; Dorothy Brady, Ceres;
Helen Lindsay, Pomona; Charlotte
Ferguson, Flora; Mary Lindsay, lady
assistant steward; executive com
mittee, Elmer Peterson, E. C. Hel
iker, Roxy Krebs.
Installation will be held January
9. Initiation in the first and second
degrees was set for Saturday eve
ning, Dec. 19. Plans were also dis
cussed for the H. E. C. bazaar and
turkey supper to be served from 6
to 8 p. m., and a program and social
evening to be held at the hall Satur
day evening, Dec. 12.
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Wicklander of
La Grande attended the meeting
Mr. Wicklander, state deputy, gave
an interesting, instructive talk. He
also referred to the recent national
grange meeting at Columbus, O.,
where 8000 candidates were elected
to membership in the national
grange.
PINE CITY
By EERNICE WATTENBURGER
Mrs. T. J. O'Brien and children
spent Thanksgiving in Pendleton
with Mr. O'Brien and his sister, Mrs.
Mitchell.
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Neill and Guy
Moore spent Thanksgiving in Hard
man with Mr. and Mrs. Neil Knight
en. Mr. and Mrs. Ray J. Pinson spent
Thanksgiving in Salem with the par
ents of Mrs. Pinson, Mr. and Mrs.
H. B. Jones.
A card party was held at the
Marion Finch home Wednesday eve
ning. Those present were Mr. and
Mrs. John Harrison and son John,
Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Moore and sons
Russell and John, Mr. and Mrs.
Clayton Ayers and daughter, Mr and
Mrs. E. B. Wattenburger and chil
dren. Mr. and Mrs. Jasper Meyers and
children, Mr. and Mrs. Marion Finch
and family spent Thanksgiving at
the C. H. Bartholomew home.
Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Wattenburger
and family were Walla Walla vis
itors Saturday. They reported a
very pleasant trip. Everything was
covered with a heavy frost and the
roads were very slick.
Burl and Lon Wattenburger made
a business trip to Fossil Friday.
Want Ads
FOR SALE.
Fordson Tractor with Fordson
plow. New motor, new gears and
high tension magneto last year; price
reasonable. See J. 0. Turner, city.
For sale or rent to responsible
parties, house and about 2 acres of
ground, good well, house wired, sit
uated in south Heppner. If inter
ested see Mrs. A. W. Gemmell or
phone 9F3.
MAN WANTED for Rawleigh
Route of 800 families. Write today.
Rawleigh's, Dept. ORL-84-SA, Oak
land, Calif. 39-41
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
Maternity and convalescent cases
cared for in my home. Mrs. J. B.
Cason. tf.
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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 7:30 p. m.
Choir Practice, Wednesday, 7:30 p. m.
Midweek Service, Thursday, 7:30 p. m.
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.
Morning sermon, "A Sermon
Without the Bible."
Evening sermon, "Can the Living
Communicate with the Dead?"
Those who came last Sunday
morning to help pay on the church
debt gave voluntarily $195.92. This
is still far short of our goal. May
those who were not present to share
in this common obligation drop their
sacrificial gift in the offering plate
on Sunday.
Though Dec. 6 is observed in
many places as Universal Bible Day,
we are observing the following Sun
day. The Methodist church is do
ing likewise.
Woodrow Wilson is author of the
following: "America was born to
exemplify that devotion to the ele
ments of righteousness which are
derived from the revelations of Holy
Scripture. I ask of every man and
woman that from this night on they
will realize that part of the destiny
of America lies in their daily peru
sal of this great book that if they
would see America free and pure,
they will make their own spirits
free and pure by this baptism of
the Holy Scripture."
ALL SAINTS CHURCH.
(Episcopal)
10 a. m., Sunday school.
11 a. m., Holy Communion and
sermon by Archdeacon Hinkle.
6:30 p. m., Young People's Fellow
ship. Visitors and strangers always wel
come. THE ASSEMBLY OF GOD.
Rev. E. D. Greeley, Pastor.
Sunday services:
Bible School 9:45 a. m. ,
Preaching service 11:00 a. m.
Evening service 7:30 p. m.
Midweek meeting Wednesday at
7:30 p. m.
Friday evening, December 4, at
7:30 Rev. and Mrs. P. Henry Hall,
missionaries to China, will be pres
ent and give interesting messages.
EAT
SEA FOODS
Oysters, Shell Fish
the , pick of
marine delica
cies served
FRESH
o
You'll find our
stock of
WINES
complete
Elkhorn
Restaurant
KB CIONX, Fr.
Sunday evening, December 6, at
7:30, Rev. Harry G. Downey, mis
sionary to Africa, will be present to
speak of his call and the needy con
tinent. These two services will be
of special attraction to all Evengel
ical people. The public is invited.
DR. BELL, GOVERNOR MARTIN
Continued from First Page
Mills, Jr., vice president of U. S.
National bank, Portland, will round
out the forenoon.
At 1:15 sessions will again be
opened by a musical selection, and
in addition to Dr. Bell's address
talks will be heard on "The Noxious
Weed Problem of the Oregon Wheat
Belt," by A. G. Avery, Union coun
ty agent; "Feeding Wheat to Live
stock" by D. E. Richards, superin
tendent Union experiment station,
and "Columbia River Development"
by W. S. Nelson, manager The Dalles
chamber of commerce. Committee
meetings are slated for 4:15.
The second headlight event will
be the 6:30 o'clock banquet at the
Elks' hall with Governor Charles H.
Martin as guest speaker. J. G. Bar
ratt, president Oregon Woolgrowers
association, will be toastmaster, and
program numbers will be amplified
by Standard Oil company courtesy
broadcasting system. Accommoda
tion for 400 people is being made by
Lexington grange, who are prepar
ing and serving the meal. Towns
people as well as vistors are invited
to attend, tickets being available at
the registration desk at the school
gym and at the county agent's of
fice. Saturday morning committees will
meet at 8 o'clock. General confer
ence will open at 9 with selection by
Heppner school band, and talks will
be heard on "Cooperative Marketing
of Agricultural Products" by Wm. A.
Schoenfeld, dean and director of ag
riculture, O. S. -C, and "Needed
Changes in Agricultural Legislation"
by Solon T. White, director state de
partment of agriculture. Reports of
committees are set for 11 o'clock and
again at 2:15 in the afternoon. At
1:30 D. E. Stephens, superintendent
Moro experiment station, will dis
cuss "Substitute Crops." Caucus by
counties is set at 4:15 to be followed
by election of officers and report of
special committees beginning at 4:30.
Sam McMillan and Chuck Schrie
ver were young farmers '-f the Lex
ington district here Mon lay on business.
Ed Dick, Jr., student at Pacific
university, Forest Grove, spent the
Thanksgiving holidays with his parents.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank W. Turner
and Miss Mary White motored to
Portland over the week end.
SPERRY'S and ALBERS
foeepCubes
NOW ON HAND at
FARMERS ELEVATOR CO.
WAREHOUSE
HEPPNER
o WELCOME GOVERNOR MARTIN AND WHEAT GROWERS
Fri.-Sat.-Mon.
(2D'
START NOW to do your XMAS
"SAVING" by being a preferred
CASH CUSTOMER of your near
est SAFEWAY STORE! Big
Xmas Savings are in store for
you! Begin this week-end.
COFFEE SPECIAL
ALWAYS FRESH ,
AIRWAY 3 LBS. 45c
NOB HILL 4 LBS. 85c
Dependable .. 2 LBS. 45c
Vacuum packed I
Peanut Butter, 2 lbs. 25c
Cocoa Waverly 2 lbs 17c
Tobacco, 16oz. P.A. 83c2 lbs. 19c
is?, mm
Fresh Halour
SUGAR
PURE CANE
100 lbs $5.49
BROWN
7 lbs 43c
J
SPECIAL SALE CANNED
PEACHES
Del Monte or Libby's
2 16 oz. Tins .... 25c
2 No. 2i2 Tins .. 35c
No. 10 Hillsdale 49c
Yellow Newtons
Combination fancy and C grade a
wonderful cooking and eating apple.
9 lbs. 25c .. Box 79c
PRUNES
50-60 Size
Best quality
5 lbs. 35c
j
BEER
Brown Derby
12 OZ. TINS
4 for 39C
L
J
FLOUR
$1.55
ten Craft
$1.89
Harvest Blossom
49 LB.
BAG ..
Kitchen Craft
49 LB.
BAG ..
TOMATO JUICE ... 4 16 oz. Tins 29c
Walla Walla
LIME RICKEY, 28 oz. Bottles, 2 fpr 39c
MILK 10 Tins 75c
Tall Federal or Maximum
LARD ..... 4 lb. tin 69c; S lb. tin $1.29
Pure Hog '
MACARONI or SPAGHETTI, 5 lbs. 29c
SOUP MIX, delicious, 16 oz. pkg. 10c
NOODLES, fancy egg, reg. 25c pkg. 19c
SHORTENING . . 4 lbs. 50c, S lbs. 98c
CORN . 2 No. 2 Tins 29c
Fancy White or Golden Bantam
BACON, fancy dry cure ... Per Lb. 31c
HOMINY, No. Vi Tins Each 10c
WALNUTS No.2'slb;20cl's2lbs.45c
CANDY 2 Lbs. 25c
Extra Quality, Many Varieties
VEGETABLES, bulk parsnips 8 lbs. 25c
Carrots, Onions, Rutabaggas 10 lbs 25c