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About Heppner gazette-times. (Heppner, Or.) 1925-current | View Entire Issue (Nov. 4, 1937)
Old Armory Hall
Was Moved to lone
In 1890; Now Home
Mention was made last week in
the write-up of the pioneers re
union at Lexington of the old Ar
mory hall where only three of
those present at the reunion at
tended school in the early days.
Mrs. Albert Rea, who was one
of the three attendants, comes to
the front with a little informa
tion about this historic building.
It was located at Lexington a block
west of the present school building,
and was bought by Bert Wood and
moved to lone in 1890. It was re
constructed into a house and is
now the horn of Mrs. John Bryson.
The building was the community
meeting house fifty or more years
ago and got its name from its use
by the Lexington company of mil
itia. Ray McAlister and J. O. Kin
caid were the other persons pres
ent who attended school in the
Offer Exams for
Open competition examinations
are being offered by the Oregon
State Unemployment Compensation
commission to qualified men and
women who are citizens of the Uni
ted States and residents of Oregon.
The positions and rate of compen
sation Der annum for which qualified
applicants are to compete and from
which eligible lists will be estab
Chief of Claim Division $2700-$3000
Principal claims Division $2040-$2700
Assistant Accountant $2160-$2520
Senior Claim Deputy $2100-$2400
Junior Accountant $1800-$2100
Field Auditor $1800-$2100
Junior Claim Deputy S1680-S2040
Senior Accounting Clerk $150O-$1740
Intermediate Accounting Clerk
Junior Accounting Clerk $1020-$1200
AnDlications and information may
be obtained upon request from the
Unemployment Compensation com
mission, 305 Old Post Office Build-
Final filing date of applications is
November 12, 1937. Examination
dates have been set for November
26 and 27, 1937, at the following lo
cations: Klamath Falls, Medford,
Eueene. Salem. Portland, Pendleton.
Applicants desiring to compete in
more than one examination may do
so if their qualifications are within
the minimum requirements neces
Mrs. Frank Everson stepped on
a rusty nail in a board in the yard
at her home Monday and was treat
ed by a local physician.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Burnside
were in the city yesterday from the
Scritsmeier mill on upper Rhea
HEPPNER GAZETTE TIMES, HEPPNER, OREGON, THURSDAY, NOV. 4, 1937
Mark Set at U. 0.
CHURCH OF CHRIST.
ALVIN KLEINFELDT. Pastor
Bible School 9:46 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.
"It is a greater achievement to
live a poem than to write one and
it is a far nobler accomplishment to
practice a sermon than to preach it."
You will find our Sunday morning
service conducive to worship and
valuable in developing a true Chris
Mondav evening at this church
there will be a program sponsored
by the W. C. T. U. Everyone is in
ALL SAINTS CHURCH
8 a. m., Holy Communion.
10 a. m., Church school.
11 a. m., Holy Communion and
sermon by Archdeacon Hinkle.
6:30 p. m., Young Peoples Fellow
Visitors always welcome.
THE ASSEMBLY OF GOD
"K" and Elder Sts., Rev. E. D.
9:45, Bible School.
7:30, Inspirational Service.
Weekly Tuesday, Friday, 7:30.
REV. R. C. YOUNG, Pastor
Sunday. Bible School 9:45 A. M.
Worship Service 11:00 A. M.
Epworth League 6:30 P. M.
Evening Worship 7:30 P. M.
Tuesday: Boys' Club 7:00 P. M.
2nd Tuesday, Missionary Meet
ing 2:30 P. M.
Wednesday: Choir Practice 7:30 P.M.
1st Wednesday, Ladies Aid Bus
iness and Social Meeting .... 2:30
All other Wednesdays Sewing
Thursday: Prayer Meeting 7:30
Not merely in matters material,
but in things of the spirit.
Not merely in science, inventions,
motors, and skyscrapers, but also
in ideals, principles, character.
Not merely in calm assertion ot
rights, but in the glad assumption
Not flaunting her strnegth as a
giant, but bending in helpfulness
over a sick and wounded world like
a Good Samaritan.
Not in splendid isolation, but in
Not in pride, arrogance, and dis
dain of other races and peoples, but
in sympathy, love and understand
Not in treading again the old,
worn, bloody pathway wmcn ends
inevitably in chaos and disaster, but
in blazing a new trail, along which,
please God, other nations will follow,
into the new Jerusalem where wars
shall be no more.
Some day some nation must take
that path unless we are to lapse
once again into utter barbarism
and that honor I covet for my be
And so. in that spirit and with
these hopes, I say with all by heart
and soul, AMERICA FIRST.
Sunday morning at 11, the Pastor
will speak on the subject "The Sword
and the Spirit," an Armistice day
Willows grange is sponsoring a
dance at Cecil, Nov. 13.
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All eqviipe puiovn in -
University of Oregon, Eugene, Oct.
30. Enrollment at the University of
Oregon has climbed to a new all time
high for fall term, and showed a con
siderable increase over the fall term
of 1936, it was announced here by
C. L. Constance, assistant registrar.
Enrollment has reached 3,113, break
ing the previous fall record of 3,095,
set in 1930. Last year total registra
tion for the fall term was 2,904. A
few more students may yet report,
it was stated.
A substantial gain in men students
over both the record and the mark
of last fall term was the most out
standing figure noted. Men students
this fall now total 1944, compared
to the previous record of 1741 in
1930, and 1702 for fall term a year
ago. Women this fall showed a slight
decrease, from 1202 last fall to 1169,
although late registrations may still
bring this figure up to "par."
The freshman class lacks only a
few students of equalling the mark
set in the fall of 1930 of 1055 and late'
registrations may still top the for
mer record. Last year the total was
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Green of
Portland are visiting this week with
Mrs. Green's mother, Mrs. Agnes
Reds or Small Whites
10 Lbs. 49c
2 lb. jar 29c
5 lb. tin 59c
10 lb. tin 98c
No. 10 Sk. 39c
No. 1 Soft Shell
Spec. LB. 19c
I LI LB.
SAVINGS FOR NOVEMBER 5 to 10
MILK, Tall Fedral or Maximum, 12 Tins 93c
SHORTENING, always fresh 8 LBS. 95c
STRING BEANS, No. 2 quality cut 6 Tins 63c
SALT PORK, for all seasoning needs Lb. 23c
COOKIES, fancy large Choc. Eclairs 13 oz. 23c
CANDY fancy asst. chocs. 2 lb. box 59c, 4 lb. box 98c
CHOCOLATE, Ghiradelli ground 3 lb. tin 98c
KRAFT DINNERS, quick serving for 4, Spec. 15c
BOILED CIDER for mince meat .. .. Pint Jug 23c
DATES, fancy 10 oz. Dromedary qual., 2 Pkgs. 27c
PUREX, the Ueal Bleacher , Vi GAL. 25C
CIDER, fresh sweet, bring your container, Gal. 25c
BEANS, Baby Lima, new supply 5 Lbs. 35c
PINEAPPLE, 15 oz. sliced or crushed .... 2 Tins 25c
RAISINS, new fresh supply 4 Lb. Bag 35c
CANDY, Gum Drops, Jelly Beans, Choc. Drops, 2 lbs. 25c
Cereal Deal, 2 pkgs. Rice Krispies, 1 Krumbles, 3 for 26c
CURRANTS, new crop just arrived, 11 oz. pkg. 16c
Pond's Tissue, Box of 250 13c, Box of 500 Each 23c
APRICOTS, No. 2i2 tins Full o' Gold, 3 tins for 50c
MINCE MEAT, Kerr quality 2 LBS. 23C
COFFEE SALE O AIRWAY COFFEE
We're featuring AIRWAY COFFEE this week. See it ground to your order at the
moment of purchase! If s got a GRAND FLAVOR.
18c O 3 LBS 53c
16 oz. 3Qc
GREEN .... '
A delicious, vacuum
packed dated coffee.
2 Lbs. . 49c
4 LBS. 98c
. a A f
The triumph of distin
guished quality coffee.
2 LBS. 45c
Extra fin granulated '
10 Lbs. $lc :: 100 Lbs. 5.69
Large size Oysters
2 5 oz. Tins
3 Tins 29C
No. Vh tins
6 for .. 63C
. 100 Lbs. $1.19
No. 2 Comb., running about 75 No. l's . -
LAY IN YOUR SUPPLY NOW
BUNCH VEGETABLES, Per Bunch 3c
Cabbage, No. 1 govt, inspected, lb. 2c, Sk. $1.39
APPLES very special fancy F.&F. Romes Box 79c
Several varieties to choose from
CRANBERRIES, finest quality 2 lbs. 35c
LETTUCE, Extra large heads 4 for 15c
PRUNES CORN MEAL
New crop fancy Fresh Supply
25 Lb. Box $1.59 No. 10 Sack 35c
POP CORNf fancy large Pearl guaranteed 3 lbs. 23c