Heppner gazette-times. (Heppner, Or.) 1925-current, August 22, 1940, Page Page Eight, Image 8

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'age Eight
Vacations and visitors still have
the headlines in Heppner society,
with the last weeks before school
begins filled with traveling and trav
elers. Mr. and Mrs. Bud Hanlon and son
Wayne and Mr. and Mrs. Richard
Hayes left Monday for a two weeks'
vacation at Cannon beach.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Barlow and
daughter Lucille left Monday for
a short vacation in Portland.
Mr. L. W. Briggs and daughter
Opal left Tuesday for Cannon beach
where they will enjoy a two weeks'
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Cox enter
tainod Mr. Jack Rayburg and Mr. O.
Busick of Walla Walla last Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Ted Shank from
Marshfield, who have been visiting
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Cohn, left Sun
day for their summer camp at Camp
Sherman, taking with them the
Cohn's son, Phillip. Mrs. Shank is
the former Miss Eleanor Cohn.
Mr. Bobby Swick, Mr. Reuben Pat
zes and Mr. Ray Bowman of Grant
county visited with Mrs. W. O. Bay-
less during the Rodeo.
Mrs. A. Kuhn of Portland, who
has been visiting her daughter, Mrs.
W. H. Cleveland, left for her home
last Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Ray Kinne and son
returned Thursday from Portland,
where they spent a week.
Mr. and Mrs. Estes Morton of
Newberg and Mr. Virgil Brannock
were guests at the Charles Cox home
last Friday and Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. Ray Kinne enter
tained Mr. and Mrs. Ladd Sherman,
II, of Pontiac, Mich., who are mak
ing a tour of the northwest and
s-outhwest, at their home last Thurs
day and Friday.
Mr. and Mrs. Homer Beale and
Mr. and Mrs. Tom Keenan of Pen
dleton were visitors at the Ray Kin
ne home last Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles McElligott
of lone were seen at the Rodeo.
Miss Norene Gardner of Galax
Va., Mr. Joe Cox of North Carolina:
and Mr. A. Alenandre of Colorado,
who were visitors at the Claude
Cox home last week, were accom
panied by Mrs. F. Ward of Galax
and her small daughter and son
Mrs. Ward is Mr. Joe Cox's aunt.
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Belanger of
Moro visited in Heppner for several
hours Tuesday evening.
Mr. and Mrs. Truman Babb spent
the week end in Portland.
Miss Bobby Fortner, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Fortner of Grass
Valley, and Mr. James Driscoll, son
of Mr. and Mrs. William C. Driscoll,
plan to be married in The Dalles
Friday. The couple will be accom
panied by both parents for the cer
emony, after which the newlyweds
will take a short trip. They will be
at home in Heppner after Septem
ber first.
Also of interest to their many
Heppner friends is the announce
ment of the marriage of Miss Emma
Ellen Fortner last Friday to Mr.
John Kline of Lewiston, Idaho. Mr.
and Mrs. Kline will make their home
in Washington.
The Eastern Star Officer's club
met last Monday afternoon at the
home of Mrs. J. J. Nys to plan for
the fall meeting. The hostess served
refreshments at the close of the bus
iness meeting.
Mr. and Mrs. LeGrand Guild and
son of Snohomish, who have been
visiting at the home of Mrs. Guild's
mother, Mrs. C. C. Patterson, left
Monday, taking with them Mrs. Pat
terson's grandson, Baird Patterson,
who lives in Longview. Mrs. Patter
son left Wednesday to visit with
the Guilds.
In honor of Mrs. LeGrand Guild,
a former resident who has been vis
iting here, Mrs. Claude Graham en
tertained with a dessert bridge at
her home Friday afternoon. Three
tables of bridge were in play with
high score going to Mrs. Raymond
Ferguson, and a guest prize present
ed to Mrs. Guild.
The guests included Mrs. William
Bennett, Mrs. Harold Buhman, Mrs.
Guild, Mrs. Orville Smith, Mrs. J.
G. Thomson, Jr., Mrs. Leonard Sch-
warz, Mrs. M. P. Hanford, Mrs. Gene
Ferguson, Mrs. Marvin Wightman,
Mrs. Will Harmon, Mrs. Blaine Isom,
and Mrs. Raymond Ferguson.
Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Thomson, Jr.,
entertained with a dinner party at
their home Thursday evening. Their
guests were Mr. and Mrs. Raymond
Ferguson, Mr. and Mrs. Leonard
Schwarz, Mr. and Mrs. Vawter Par
ker, Mr. and Mrs. LeGrand Guild
and Mr. and Mrs. William Harmon.
Following the dinner, the group at
tended the dance held at the pav
ilion. Mr. and Mrs. B. C. Pinckney en
tertained a group of Pendleton vis
itors at their home Saturday after
noon. Mr. M. L. Shepard of Salem, who
is the new educational advisor for
the local CCC camp, arrived in
Heppner Monday. His wife is. ex
pected here in several days.
The home of Mr. and Mrs. L. E.
Dick was the scene of a luncheon
honoring a number of participants
in the Rodeo last Saturday. Hos
tesses who assisted Mrs. Dick were
Mrs. Jesse Turner, Mrs. Glen Jones,
Mrs. Frank Parker, Mrs. Harold
Cohn, Mrs. James Daly, Mrs. Jim
Lindsay and Miss Maxine McCurdy.
The rooms were decorated with a
profusion of beautiful flowers fur
nished by the CCC camp.
Out of town guests at the affair
were Mrs. Milton Loney of Walla
Walla, Mrs. Frank Hughes of Mil-ton-Freewater,
Mrs. C. E. 'Fisk of
Milton-Freewater, and Mrs. E. Smith
and daughter of St. Paul Ore, Queen
Marion Hughes of the Pendleton
Round-Up and the John Day queen.
Miss Jessie Lee Moore, were among
the honored guests. Queen Marion's
attendants, Miss Adrienne Fisk, Miss
Wanda Piped, Miss Shirley Ann
Brady and Miss Betty Troxel, were
Our own Queen Marjorie Parker
and her court, Misses Doris Scott,
Phyllis Pollock, Betty Lou Lindsey
and Patricia Daly were honored at
the party, as well as the flag bearers,
the Misses Jean Turner, Mary Ellen
Florence, Colleen Kilkenny, Reta
Robinson, Marilyn Kirk, Patricia
Kenny, Helen Healy and Marcella
Jackson. i
Miss Marjorie Parker, who was
our lovely queen during Rodeo, is
enjoying a vacation in Portland.
Mr. Charles Cox and Mr. Don
Jones left Monday morning for Dia
mond and Crater lakes on a fishing
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Thompson en
tertained two friends of Alec Thomp
son and Jean Hayes during the Ro
deo. They were Misses Mary Moore
and Jean Walters of Pendleton, At
the close of the festivities in Hepp
ner the Thompsons took their young
guests to the sheep camp where they
stayed until Wednesday. Miss Patri
cia Dooley also accompanied them
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Moore of
Pendleton were guests of the
Thompsons Saturday and attended
the Rodeo with them.
For persons desiring to make
appointments may be made
at Hotel Heppner for
Sunday and Monday
August 25 and 26
afternoons and evenings.
Records may be played instan
taneously on your own phono
graph. Blair Normoyle
Gazette Times, Heppner,
At Heppner
9:45 Bible School.
11:00 Communion and preaching.
7:00 C. E.
8:00 Evening service, "The Building
Wednesday, 7:30 Choir practice.
Thursday, 7:330 Prayer meeting.
Sunday school, 9:45. Morning
worship at 11. Epworth League 7
p. m. Eening worship at 8.
Choir rehearsal Wednesday eev
ning. Prayer meeting and Bible study
Thursday evening, 7:30.
All are welcome to our services.
Archdeacon Robathan reports from
Royston Beach, B. C, where he has
been spending an enjoyable vacation,
that service of Holy Communion will
be held at 11 a. m. on Sunday, Sept.
1st, with himself officiating.
Sunday services:
School, 9:45 a. m.
Worship service, 11:00 a. m.
Evangelistic service, 7:30 p. m.
Widweek services:
Tuesday and Thursday, :30 p. m.
Everybody welcome.
For Sale Juniper posts, 7 ft., 16c
delivered Heppner. Trade for barley.
I. H. Leathers, Monument. 25-26p.
iff t i
Fri. thru Mon. Aug. 23-26
In 8-lb. Sacks
Orange Pekoe
H-Ib. 10
Toilet Soap 0kiV
12'2 ounce Pkg,
I W,. 4 wilV. (rim. lanJ.. .... 1.1 . S
CANTERBURY TEA &25ft ib. 49c
AIRWAY COFFEE Lb, 12c 3u 35c
NOB HILL C0FFEELb 18c 2lb. 35c
Vinegar, Best bulk gal 19c
Mason Jars, pts. doz. 69c qts. doz. 89c
J ELS-RITE Liq. Pectin. 3 8-oz. bot. 33c
Jcll-E-Seal, Cello jelly tops. 3 pkgs. 25c
Highway Industry
Peaks e
Tnmnl 00a
303 cd 303 cam No. 2 Uns
or Spaghetti
10lb 49c
RICE, B. R. head. 5 lbs 33c
TICKLES, Dills. Qt. jar.. 17c
CHERRIES, No. 10 tin 53c
PEACHES, No. 10 tin 57c
JELL-WELL, 3 pkgs 13c
House, 46 oz 19c
SYRUP, Sleepy Hoi. 5 lbs. 69c
Roast, 2 lbs 25c
MARSHMALLOWS, lb. .. 10c
Continued from First Page
the judging contest was presented
to Claudine Drake.
A leather show halter was pre
sented to Gene Cutsforth for having
shown the champion steer. A lea
ther show halter was also presented
to' Bernard Doherty for having
shown the champion dairy animal.
Buddy Peck was given a wool card
for having had the champion mar
ket lamb. Buddy was also high scor
ing individual in the livestock judg
ing contest and received a leather
belt for this honor. A pair of sheep
shears were awarded to Tad Killer
for having shown the champion ewe.
Bobby Wright of Rhea creek receiv
ed a grooming brush for having the
champion fat hog while Freddy Rugg
also of Rhea creek, received a pair
cf pig tooth nippers for having the
champion sow pig.
Awards in the scholarship contests
were 1941 summer school scholar
ships provided by the Heppner
Safeway Store, Auxiliary of the
Morrow County Woolgrowers, Elks
Lodge and Braden-Bell Tractor Co.
These contests attracted much at
tention and were won by the fol
lowing boys: Swine, Clayton Wright;
sheep, Don Peck; dairy, Bernard
Doherty; beef, Don Campbell. The
show cane awarded in this contest
went to Bernard Doherty.
A special record keeping contest
for livestock club members is spon
sored by the Heppner Branch of the
First National Bank of Portland and
Under vegetable.. .
that malr untie CHmltu
aik for more... Safe way brings Savings for FRI. and SAT.
ii7J!I?r!2?!T,"yo" Tomatoes per crate 35c
will be pleated with every n i n yii i i m
purha,a or your money bock. COTn, Ige, Well tilled, dOZ 19C
" Cantaloupes per crate 79c
Fresh Supply
Pure Lard
lbs- 35c
10 lbs, ...
2-lb. jar
pt. jar 19c; qt. jar
DUCHESS Salad Dress, qt. jar ..
PORK & BEANS, Van Camp's,
2 No. 300 tall tins
ROYAL SATIN, Short. 3 lb. can
SNOWDRIFT, Short. 3-lb. can ....
House, 2 No. 2 cans
Puritan SAUSAGES, 14 links
to can. Can
Full Cream
pound :
4-lb. tin
for Pie
No. 10 tins
Flour, Harv. Bloss. sack $1.29
Pickles, Paradise, sweet, qt. 23c
Soap Chips, 5 lbs. 33c
Raisins, 4-lb. pkg 19c
White Magic Bleach. i2 gal.l9c
Bacon, Swift's fey, si. lb. 25c
Thursday, August 22, 1940
Saturday evening Russell McNeill
presented Gene Majeske, the winner,,
with a 1941 summer school scholar
ship certificate. A similar contest
for home economics club members;
was sponsored by the Heppner J.
C. Penney Store and the scholarship
in this contest was awarded to Clau
dine Drake.
In the livestock judging contest
Buddy Peck, Bernard Doherty and
Jack Edmondson of the Wheatland
Sheep club were the highest scoring
team and will represent the county
at the state fair next month. Gene
Majeske, Irvin Rauch and Don
Campbell, of the Lexington Beef
club, were the second highest scor
ing team and will represent the
county at the Pacific International.
The annual Lion's rotating trophy,
which is a large silver cup awarded
each year to the championship sheep
club, was presented this year to the
Wheatland Sheep club.
Sweepstake honors in the grain
show was won by Lawrence Red
ding on his bushel of Rex wheat and
for this honor Redding received a
silver trophy cup.
In the wool show, Robert Hoskins,
of Rhea Creek, was presented with
a silver trophy cup for having ex
hibited the sweepstakes fleece.
All of those connected with the
4-H Club fair this year feel that
it was very successful and take this
opportunity of expressing their ap
preciation to all the people in the
county who helped to make it a
Complete list of fair awards will
appear in these columns netx week.
Oranges, 42 in shopping bag .. 49c
Onions in 10 lb. mesh bag I9c
Lettuce, lge, crisp heads, 2 for 9c
Potatoes, 50-lb. bag, No. 2 55c
Canning Peaches in Flats or
Apple Boxes
Crft.49lbs $1.39
55c. 100 lb.
Anglo. 12 oz. OCr
tin, 2 for ....
The Soap with the hand
kmon Ingredient
50-oz. pkg. 35c
24-oz. pkg. 19c
Reds or Whites
10 Ib 49c
Julia Lee ft
Wright's f7liJ,jP
Bread W$$M