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Heppner Gazette Times, Heppner, Oregon
Thursday, June 30, 1938
LEXINGTON NEWS .
Lex Rebekahs Hear
By Bertha Hunt
Members of Holly Rebekah lodge
met in their hall Monday evening,
Mrs. Norma Marquardt gave her re
port on the state convention held
at Pendleton. After the business
meeting a social time was enjoyed.
Mrs. Ola Ward Redding was pre
sented with a lace table cloth. Re
freshments of punch and cookies
Guests at the home of Mrs. Tempa
Johnson this week are Mr. and Mrs.
J. E. Hendricks and Clifford Johns
all of Astoria.
Miss Merle Carmichael is spend
ing the week in Portland.
Melvin, Mildred and Arthur Slate
of Bend spent the week end in Lex
ington with their grandmother, Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. James Leach ac
companied by Miss Opal Leach are
on a week's vacation, going to Dia
mond lake and other points.
Mrs. Sarah White spent the past
ten days with her daughter, Mrs,
Lee Gilbreth of Waitsburg. Mrs.
Gilbreth returned home wtih her,
Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Barnett, Miss
Dona Barnett and Mrs. Trina Par
ker motored to Pilot Rock ano Pen
dleton Sunday. In Pendleton they
visited with Mrs. Ruth Barnett
Lewellyn Evans who attended the
University of Oregon is home to
spend the summer with his father,
E. J. Evans.
Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Nelson of
Canby are spending some time at
their farm home in this community.
Mrs. Paul Mortimore with her
daughter Gloria of Pocatello, Idaho,
is visiting at the home of her par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Tucker.
Her husband, Paul DeF. Mortimore
is attending the church convention
Mr. and Mrs. James Pointer are
attending the church convention at
Turner this week. They expect to
return Saturday. On Sunday morn
ing at 11 o'clock, Mr. Pointer will
hold church services at the Congre
Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Hunt and son
Claire, Otto Ruhl, Tom Barnett, Mr.
and Mrs. Adolph Majeske and fam
ily were visitors in Pendleton on
Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Cummings of
Heppner have moved to Lexington
for the summer where Mr. Cum
mings is employed with the Morrow
County Grain Growers warehouse,
Mrs. Velle Winkley of Corvallis
is visiting her mother, Mrs. Law
Mr. Summers with the United
Benefit Life Insurance Co. was in
Lexington Tuesday on business.
Mrs. Nettie Crow of Calgary, Can
ada, is visiting her mother, Mrs,
Sarah Booher. Another daughter,
Effie Parkins who has been staying
with Mrs. Booher left for Palouse
this week for a short visit
Lon Edwards with his son Albert
and daughter Edith motored to
Hillsboro to spend the week.
PINE CITY NEWS
Clark to Head
Pine City School
By BERNICE WATTENBURGER
The school board met Tuesday eve
ning and Mr. Clark was retained as
principal of the Pine City school for
Mr. and Mrs. Sloan Thompson
drove to Portland Monday. Mr.
Thompson went to consult a doctor
about his condition. Miss Susan
Thompson and Mrs. Ruth Middel
ton are returning home with their
Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Warner of
Hermiston visited the W. D. Neill
Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Patton and
daughter of Helix spent Sunday at
the Dave Morgan ranch.
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Bracher of Her
miston were on the creek this week.
Roy Neill was in Heppner and
Condon on Tuesday.
Mrs. Fay Finch attended a quilt
ing bee at the George Currin home
Malcolm O'Brien is ill in the
Heppner hospital with stomach trou
ble. He is some improved at this
children, and Mr. and Mrs. Warren
Finch and family drove to Pilot
Rock Thursday morning to see the
Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Wattenburger
and C. B. wattenburger made a bus
iness trip to John Day Wednesday,
They encountered a lot of heavy
rain over the mountains.
The Alex Lindsay threshing crew
is at the John Healy home.
Mrs. Bill McCarty and Mrs. Osten
McCarty attended a family reunion
in The Dalles Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Wattenburger
of Pasco spent Sunday visiting the
A. E. Wattenburger home.
Mr. and Mrs. Marion Finch were
Heppner callers Tuesday.
Mrs. Lucy O'Brien was a Ukiah
Mr. and Mrs. George Currin spent
Tuesday in Meacham.
Mr. and Mrs. Bill Baker and Mrs,
M. L. Baker of Pilot Rock visited
the John Harrison home Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Lewis called in Pen
dleton Friday. Mr. Lewis is drilling
a well on the Tom Boylen ranch.
Many Attend Rites
For Dale B lea km an
Funeral services for Dale Bleak
man at the Church of Christ in this
city Sunday afternoon brought an
overflow attendance of friends and
relatives, and the floral tribute was
exceedingly large. Rev. R. C. Young
and Alvin Kleinfeldt, Methodist and
Christian ministers, officiated, and
pallbearers were all close friends of
the deceased who had worked with
him on highway work at various
times. Interment was in Masonic
Vinson Dale Bleakman was born
October 18, 1906, to Mr. and Mrs. G.
A. Bleakman at Hardman. He mar
ried Miss Ora Aiken of Grant county
Jan. 3, 1929, and to this union a
daughter was born, who with the
widow survives. Surviving also are
the parents, a brother, Rho Bleak
man of Monument, and a sister, Mrs.
Herbert Hynd of Cecil.
Mr. Bleakman passed away at
Morton, Wash., on June 21, from
lethargic ensephilitis, having been ill
but two days. He was in charge of
the Morton division of Bureau of
Public Roads work at the time of
his fatal illness.
More than 1000 boys and girls at
the recent 4-H club summer session
at Corvallis attended classes in traf
fic safety conducted under the aus
pices of Secretary of State Earl SnelL
The young people filled out traffic
questionnaires and were tested on
the "reactometer," which measures
the length of time it takes them to
react to a traffic light by stepping in
OF ALL KINDS
We serve meals
at all times
ED CHINN, Prop.
CHURCH OF CHRIST
ALVIN KLEINFELDT. Pastor
C. E. Society
Choir Practice, Wednesday
Midweek Service, Thursday
9:45 a. m.
11:00 a. m.
. 6:30 p. m.
. 7:30 p. m.
7:30 p. m.
, 7:80 p. m.
REV. R. C. YOUNG. Pastor
Union service Sunday evening at
8:00 p. m.
Sunday: Bible School 9:45 A. M.
Worship Service 11:00 A. M.
Epworth League . 7 :00 P. M.
Evening Worship 8:00 P. M.
Tuesday: Boys' Club 7:00 P. M.
2nd Tuesday, Missionary Meet
ing 2:80 P. M.
Wednesday: Choir Practice ..... 7:80 P. M.
1st Wednsday, Ladies Aid Business
and Social Meeting ... 2:30 P. M.
All other Wednesdays Sewing Group
Thursday: Prayer Meeting 7:80 P. M.
THE ASSEMBLY OF GOD
"K" and Elder Sts., Rev. E. D.
Sunday Services : Bible School 9 :45 A. M.
Devotion 11:00 A. M.
Evangelistic Service 7:80 P. M.
Week Day Services :
Tuesday Evening, Bible Study 7:45 P. M.
Thursday Evening, Christian Heal
ing 7:45 P. M.
Each Morning, Prayer Service 6 :00 A. M.
Saturday Evening, Open Air Service,
Up Town 7:80
ALL SAINTS' CHURCH.
8 a. m., Holy Communion. Ralph
V. Hinkle, Archdeacon.
Evangelistic services are being
continued in the tent opposite the
postoffice. Interest is being taken
in these meetings. The evangelists,
Robert Wainwright and Ronald
Campbell extend an invitation to all.
Interesting messages are. given on
the things pertaining to the Kingdom
of God. in rightly dividing the word
truth as follows: The life of Christ
our example; the death of Christ
our atonement; the indwelling of
Christ our power; the intercession of
Christ our comfort; the coming of
Christ our hope. Come and bring
IONE AND LEXINGTON
UNION CHURCH SERVICES
James Pointer, minister.
Sunday, July 3: 11 a. m., Lexing
ton Congregational church; 8 p. m.,
lone Congregational church.
Pills for motorists who have diffi
culty in seeing at night may be the
next step toward safety after dark, if
experiments being conducted by two
eastern scientists prove successful.
Capsules filled with a substance rich
in vitamin A, which builds up the
cells used to distinguish light and
shadow, have been developed and
are being tested. Secretary of State
Earl Snell savs "dare blindness"
and inability to distinguish objects
after dark cause many serious accidents.
REPORTS HEAVY RAIN
F. F. Wehmeyer who returned the
end of the week from fire school
on the head of Birch creek, reported
that the upper reaches of the creek
which sent the devastating deluge
through Pilot Rock was visited by
a heavy downpour coincident with
the disaster. The flat where the
school was held was flooded to a
depth of four inches. Had the run
off not been diverted partly through
other channels, he said, the waters
might easily have washed the little
Umatilla county town clear into the
EIGHT MILE FARM SOLD
The former Oscar Keithley farm
in Eight Mile was sold this week by
Federal Land Bank of Spokane to
Lawrence Palmer of Lexington.
Eight hundred acres of wheat land
was involved in the deal.
Persons having real property subject
to foreclosure this year, are hereby
notified that publication will begin
July 21st, and those interested in re
deeming any property from foreclos
ure should do so within the next two
weeks as every possible advantage
and consideration will be given the
record owner before publication costs
C. J. D. BAUMAN,
Sheriff and Tax Collector.
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JULY 1st, 2nd and 5th, Inclusive
Store Closed Monday, July 4
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LEMONS, large, juicy 2 Doz. 55c
GRAPEFRUIT, medium size 6 for 29c
ORANGES, medium size 2 Doz. 39c
BUNCH VEGETABLES 2 Bunches 5c
Sack . $1.33
Extra Fine Granulated
25 LBS. . .. $1.49
100 lbs. 5.29
CHEESE Brookfield Oregon Lb. 19C
PAPER PLATES, so handy 3 Doz. 25c
WAX PAPER, Diamond, 125 ft. rolls .... Each 18c
PICKLES, full quart Dills Each 21c
OLIVES, No. 1 tall tins Ripe 2 for 25c
JELL WELL, Assorted flavors 4 Pkgs. 18c
FLAVORADE Th nrUng 6 pkgs, 25c
SNOW FLAKES 2 Lb. Caddy 29c
BACON, fancy backs Pound 24c
BEER, Old Empire 11 oz. Bottles 10c
PINEAPPLE, 15 oz. sliced 2 for 25c
BEETS, No. 2 tins, Pierce's. diced '.. Tin 10c
SHORTENING 4 Lbs. 49c 1
Armour's Pure Texturated
4 Lb. Ctn.
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String Beans, No. 2 fancy cut, ea.
CATSUP, 12 oz. Ruby brand, ea.
CORN, No. 303 fancy Each
Pork & Beans, V. C. Jumbo, ea.
ORANGE JUICE, 12 oz. tin, ea.
Tapioca 8 oz. French's Hasty, ea.
SARDINES, large oval .... Each
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Nob Hill, 2 lbs. 39c
Edwards, 2 lbs. 45c
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