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About Heppner gazette-times. (Heppner, Or.) 1925-current | View Entire Issue (April 13, 1939)
Farm Debt Advice
Offered April 20-22
S. T. Bailie, district FDA super
visor, will be available at the Farm
Security administration office at
Pendleton, April 20 to 22 to discuss
debt adjustment possibilities with
any farmer who may be badly in
volved financially or who may be
facing possible loss of his farm thru
foreclosure. Farm debt adjustment
service is available to farm debtors
and creditors of farm debtors as
well. This service is voluntary and
may be had at all times by apply
ing to your local county Farm Se
curity Administration supervisor,
who is assisted by a competent committee.
Farm debt adjustment is only one
of the many services offered to lar
mers by the Farm Security admin
istration. Voluntary FDA advisory
committees are often successful in
bringing about satisfactory adjust
ments between debtors and creditors
that, could not otherwise be reached
This friendly confidential service
may be obtained by calling at your
nearest Farm Security admmistra
tion office or by writing your dis
trict FDA supervisor, Post Office
building, La Grande.
High School Typists
To Compete April 1 8
Martha Hill, typing instructor at
Arlington high school and also the
chairman of commercial teachers as
sociation of this district, announces
a typing contest to be held at Ar
lington high school Tuesday, April
18. All schools in this area are in
vited. Prizes will be awarded to
winning teams as well as individ
uals scoring 1st, 2nd or 3rd place.
Schools already entered include
Arlington, Condon, Heppner, The
Dalles, lone, Lexngton. Material to
be used is the same as that used at
Corvallis in the Oregon state con
test which will be held at O. S. C,
In past years the battle has been
between Heppner and Condon, with
lone also taking points, and with
The Dalles team entered, it should
bring out some real competition. In
the past, records made in this con
test have been well up with per
formance in state contests and stu
dents winning this district contest
have alwavs riven a good account
of themselves in the state contest.
Thp state tvtrintr record is 76 words
per minute, made in 1937 by Carolyn
Means of Redmond high school. She
is now a student at Oregon State
Heppner Gazette Times, Heppner, Oregon
Thursday, April 13, 1939
CHURCH OF CHRIST
Bible School m-
C. E. Society - :au p. m.
Choir Practice, Wednesday 730 p. m.
Midweek Service, Thursday I P.
Regular morning services. J. H.
Stedham of Indianapolis will be
present, and pot luck dinner will
be held at noon.
Martin B. Clark, Pastor
Union evening service at this
church at 7:30 with Mr. Clark de
livering the sermon.
REV. R. C. YOUNG, Pastor
Sunday : Bible School 9 :46 A. M.
Worship Service 11 :00 A. M.
Epworth League 7 :00 P. M.
Evening Worship 7:00 P. M.
Tuesday : Boys' Club 7 :00 P. M.
2nd Tuesday, Misisonary Meet
ing . 2:80 P. M.
Wednesday: Choir Practice . 7:30 P. M.
1st Wednesday, Ladies Aid Business
and Social Meeting 2:30 P. M.
All other Wednesdays: Sewing Group
Thursday : Prayer Meeting 7 :80 P. M.
Union evening service at the
Church of Christ.
Beginning April 11th. Each eve
ning except Monday. Evangelists,
Mr. and Mrs. Dwight Brown.
Sunday services: Bible school at
9:45 a. m. Preaching 11:00 a. m
Revival services 7:45.
Clear, forceful and timely mes
sages of universal interest and ap
Lane Has High Gun
At Sunday's Shoot
Breaking 98 out of 100 targets
John Lane topped the 14 nimrods
who shot at the local traps Sunday
Lane and Chas. Vaughn each broke
their first 25 targets, and Ambrose
Chaoin eat 24 out of 25, to make up
the 74 team score recorded in the
Oregonian telegraphic shoot for the
Shooters, with targets broken out
of number shot at, are John Lane
98-100. P. W. Mahoney 67-75, C. C.
Carmichael 63-75, Ralph Jackson
63-75. E. O. Ferguson 57-75, A. D.
McMurdo 47-50, A. Chapin 43-50,
Vivian Kane 41-50, Luke Bibby 40
50. Chas. Vaughn 25-25, H. E. War
ner 23-25, A. Hayden 17-25, Ed
Kelly 16-25, C. A. Kane 16-25.
Dr. Clarke, the eye-sight special
ist of Portland, will be in Heppner
at the Hennner Hotel, two days,
Thursday and Friday, April 27 and
9.R fipe him ahout vour eves. 5-6
WE INVITE YOU
to come in and see
we have just made
to give Heppner a
new and modern
place to eat.
A good meal
ED CIHNN, Prop.
Night School Classes
Close at Rhea Creek
The night school which Mr. Ben
nett has been conducting at Rhea
creek closed on Tuesday night after
a ten-weeks course. The F. F. A.
boys of Mr. Bennett's class have
taken an important part, making
the meetings beneficial and enter
taining to all those attending.
Alvin Barlow who has been quite
ill from blood poisoning has fully
recovered and returned to his home.
Miss Jane Huston returned home
Sunday from Portland where she
attended the marriage of her sister,
Jean, to Mr. Harold Gaines of Port
On April 22 there is to be a dance
at Rhea creek. Music by Merrill's.
Mrs. Harlev Anderson and Mrs.
John Bergstrom entertained at the
Rugg home Thursday, honoring Mrs.
Marcus Brown who was the recip
ient of many lovely gifts..
Frank Anderson has been confined
at his home with an attack of flu.
News has been received here by
relatives that Mr. and Mrs. Leonard
Barr are locating at John Day where
Mr. Barr will be engaged in the
April 27 has been set as clean-up
day at the grange hall in connection
with the H. E. C. This is an all-day
meeting with pot luck dinner.
Meeting at Boardman
Recently organized Childhood Ed
ucation association will meet at
Boardman Saturday with Dr. Car-
lvle Thompson of Oregon State
Board of Health as speaker. Miss
Neva Neill of Heppner is president
of the association which includes
all primary teachers in the county.
Anvone interested in child educa
tion is invited to attend the meet
ing, announces Mrs. Lucy E. Rodgers,
county school superintendent.
She was accompanied by her niece,
Marjorie Luikhart. ""
Mrs. J. A. Grabiel left Thursday
for Imbler where she will visit her
daughters for a few days.
Edwin Nelson who has been vis
iting relatives in Michigan returned
Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Becker from
California arrived Saturday for
a two week's stay to look after bus
Wiley Benefiel has joined the ar
my and left for Spokane.
Mrs. Earl Isom entertained twelve
small guests at her home Wednes
day, April 6, honoring her daughter
Donna's 3rd birthday.
Mr. and Mrs. James Arnburg were
Pendleton visitors Snday.
Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Eddy, Miss
Bowling and Miss Dusenberry mo
Given at Irrigon
By MRS. W. C. ISOM
A bridal shower was given at the
home of Mrs. Frank Leicht Thurs
day afternoon honoring her daugh
ter, Mrs. Ben Netter (nee Nellie
Leicht). Mr. and Mrs. Netter have
been visiting her parents for a week
from the Valley. Many lovely pres
ents were given the honoree by her
friends. Delicious refreshments
Miss Frieda Frederickson return
ed home from Portland last week.
tored to Portland Friday evening to
spend the week end.
Free Biscuits, Coffee
People of Heppner and vicinity
are cbrdially invited to attend a
baking demonstration, all day Sat
urday, April 15, at the Case Furni
ture company store.
Baking will be done on a Monarch
coal and wood range without the
use of chimney or stovepipe con
nection. A. representative of the
Monarch factory will be in charge.
Hot buttered biscuits and coffee
will be served.
Earl W. Gordon returned home
last Thursday from a business trip
of several days to Portland.
WILL BE OPENED FOR YOU
Wood Range with no
stovepipe or chimney
i - 1
Case Furniture Co.
SIX DAY SALE
JOIN in the March to Thrift
while during Safeway's great
Parade of Progress you'll find
hundreds of surprising values
that bring manufacturer, gro
cer and consumer together.
April 14-20, Incl.
The aristocrat of thrift coffees. Fresher
flavor because it's ground as you buy it
Lb. 14c 3 Lbs. 39c
CI 1 Ah Pure
10 lb. Cloth 100 OA
Cane Bag 55c
No. 2 Tin EACH
DILL PICKLES 2250
COFFEE 2 Lb. Tin 45c r: 4 Lbs. 89c
rnnKI Sun Valley Whole Kernel A
Kitchen Craft, finest A AO
hard wheat SK. JL.mO
Kill 1 Federal i Tall
6 Tins 39C
LARD Pure Lard or Tragic
GRAPEFRUIT JUICES 19c
mril CC Columbia fancy OJSo
r IVALLj sweet, 25 oz. Giant Jar di$.
ASPARAGUS, local grown .. 2 Lbs. 19c
SPINACH, local, crisp 3 Lbs. 10c
Green ONIONS, Walla Walla, 2 Bu. 5c
RHUBARB, local dark red .. Lb. 3c
GRAPEFRUIT, large size Dox. 39c
In shopping bag
New CARROTS, Large Bunch Each 6c
ORANGES, Medium size .... 3 Dox. 39c
In shopping bag
MAYONNAISE, Nu-Made Qt. 39c
PEAS, No. 303 Oregon 4 Tins 29c
CRACKERS 2 Lb. Box 27c
Snowflake or Krispies
FLOUR, Harvest Blossom Sk. $1.15
FLAVORADE, Asst. ... 3 Pkgs. 10c
TOILET TISSUE, Silk quality 6 Rolls 23c
PANCAKE FLOUR No. 10 Sk. 49c
COTTAGE CHEESE, Fresh .... 2 Lbs. 25c
SUBURB granulated soap 2 Lge. Pkgs. 39c
SALAD DRESSING, Dutchess ... Qt. 29c
TOMATO JUICE, Pierce's .. 46 oz. Tin 19c
COFFEE, Nob Hill 2 Lbs. 39c
BACON, fancy breakfast .. Per Pound 27c