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Lex Loses Second 0
Game to Wasco, 27-6 "
By MARGARET SCOTT
Mrs. Orville Cutsforth and family
were Sunday guests at the Win.
The local high school football team
motored to Wasco Saturday for
their second game of the season.
They were defeated by a score of
27 to 6.
Mr. and Mrs. Lonnie Henderson
returned home Sunday from a few
days at the San Francisco fair.
The Sunday-school will observe
its annual Rally Day Sunday with
a program at the Christian church
beginning at 10 a.m. and a potluck
dinner at the Congregational church
at noon. Everyone is welcome.
The next P.T.A. meeting will be
held at the schoolhouse on Wednes
day evening, October 9, at 8 o'clock.
The program will be presented by
the Public Speaking class.
Majo Marquardt spent the week
end with Melba Burnside.
Ralph Scott and family spent Sun
day in The Dalles.
C N. Fridley of Wasco was a
visitor here Tuesday.
Geo. Peck was a business visitor
in Kinzua Tuesday.
Mrs. Harry Dinges is ill at her
Mrs. Ralph Jackson, Mrs. Laura
Scott, and Mrs. Melissa Stonebraker
were Pendleton visitors Wednesday,
j A public social was held at the
Grange hall Saturday night.
Mr. and Mrs. Oral Scott and Mrs.
Arnold Pieper spent the weekend
D. W. Glasgow spent the week
, end with his family in Spokane.
Archie Padberg went up Monday to
move Mr. Glasgow's furniture to
Heppner where they will reside.
Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Beach
and daughters of Logan Utah are
visiting relatives here.
Mr. and Mrs. George Allyn attend
ed the Hermiston fair Saturday.
The Christian Endeavor held a
business meeting and social Friday
evening at the Congregational
church. Refreshments of cocoa, sand-
wiches and cookies were served.
Mr. and Mrs. Jay Griffith and
children of Spray were visitors here
Mr. and Mrs. S. G McMillan and
granddaughter, Jean Bamhouse, are
at Ritter for a short time.
Mr. and Mrs. Ned Gleason spent
the week end in Union.
Mrs. C. C. Carmichael and Mrs.
Lilian Turner spent the week end
in Portland. ,
Terrel Benge was a Pendleton
Mrs. Ted McMillan and Mr. and
Mrs. Cecil Jones motored to Union
Monday to attend the funeral of
Mrs. McMillan's uncle.
Mrs. Ivan Amend was honored
with a bridal shower Friday after
noon at the Aid room with Lorena
Miller and Jean Williamson as
hostesses. Refreshments of tea and
cake were served. Mrs. Ned Glea
son and Mrs. Fred Foos poured.
Several local people attended a
charivari for Mr. and Mrs. Dallas
McDaniels at Hardman Saturday
evening. Mrs. McDaniles is the for
mer Zelma Way of Lexington.
The local school grounds is being
prepared for the planting of a
lawn.The work will be done by the
students who will plow plant, and
tend the new lawn. .
Local persons are busy carrying
out plans in preparation for the
Pioneers' Reunion which is to be
held October 19.
FRESHMAN RECORD SET
Oregon State College. Registra
tion of new students during fresh
man week exceeded all previous re
cords by about 10 percent, and early
enrollment of former students in
dicated a total student body some
what larger than last year. Enroll
ment of new students reached 1622
compared with 1471 last year. Of
these 1346 were entering college for
the first time and 276 were transfers
from other institutions. The final
freshman class total last fall was
1504, a figure certain to be exceeded
this term, says E. B. Lemon, registrar.
To buy, sell or trade, use the G-T
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Woman Gets Only
Buck for Week
By ELSA M. LEATHERS '
" Mary McDaniel was a successful
buck hunter this week, this being
the only buck brought in.
Mr. and Mrs. Harlan Weeks of
Enterprise are here visiting her sis
ters, Mrs. Ethel McDaniel and Mrs.
Kinard McDaniel. Mr. Weeks is
enjoying hunting with the boys.
Jim Steens motored to Cecil Sat
urday, bringing home with him Miss
Edith Stevens who works for Mrs.
Herb Hynd, and Miss Pat Bleakman
who works for George Krebs. They
returned to their work on Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. James Brannon and
children and Leslie Brannon, all of
whom live at Prineville, visited the
Marvin Brannons here over the
Bill Howell returned home to Top
Aygrfior naflem attack only
whn thy think thiy can win.
ffr or torn facta that should
f (courage- such ambition toward
fho Unlfd Staft
The same bomber can fly
30 faster and farther in the
United States than in Europe.
It can carry 20 more bombs.
Why? Because in America
we manufacture 100 octane
aviation gasoline in quantity
a thing no other nation can do I
But that's only half the
tory. America's oil companies
can expand their refineries to
providr aviation fuel for 50,000
planes, or even more, faster
than the planes can be built.
Is There Enough Crude Oil?
Yes, thanks to the industry's
voluntary conservation pro
gram, Pacific Coast wells are
operating far below capacity.
No other country in the
world can even begin to sup
Port a modern mechanized
army on its domestic produc
tion of petroleum. But the
United States can, because we
have over half the proved oil
reserves of the world.
The Pacific Coast by itself
can supply the Navy even a
two ocean Navy with all the
fuel oil, diesel oil and special
ized greases it will ever need.
Rubber and Explosives from Oil
Synthetic Rubber, developed by
petroleum research chemists, is
now being produced in commer
cial quantities in cooperation with
the large rubber manufacturers.
Before our present supply of
natural rubber is exhausted, the"
U. S. can be made 100 self-sufficient
with rubber made from oil.
Explosives. The petroleum indus
try has signed contracts with i!.e
War Department to produce
60,000,000 gallons a year of
toluene, the basic ingredi.nt of
TNT. Glycerine is beirg n.e in
even greater quantities. P-drc-tion
of both these vital materials
can be expanded to the require
ments of new explosive plants as
fast as the plants can be built.
The way to avoid war is to
make America self-sufficient
make America strong.
The petroleum industry, on
its own initiative and without
government subsidy, has pre
pared itself to do its part with
out delay in a national
America s defense will never
be" grounded." Petroleum will
never let her down.
A report to the public on the
Three-quarters of a million people in
all parts of the Pacific Coast depend
on this industry for their living.
Heppner Gazette Times, Heppner,
Miss Ho Merrill returned to her
work on Thursday. She has been
home for the last three weeks suf
fering from the effects of having a
wisdom tooth extracted.
Mr. and Mrs. Frits Knotts of Pilot
Rock visited a short time at the
L. C. Batty home. They had spent
two weeks at the world fair.
Mr. and Mrs. Carl McDaniel of
Lonerock visited in town Wednes
day on their way to Heppner.
The shower for Mr. and Mrs. Dar
rel Farrens on Friday was well at
tended. They received very many
and useful presents. A delicious
lunch was served by the Rebekahs
ALL FOODS LISTED on the FSCC LIST
ARE HERE '
If you're now receiving regular government surplus food
stamps you can do all your shopping right here. We honor
both the orange and blue stamps in the purchasing of any
foods currently on the FSCC surplus food list, and we have
complete stocks of these foods. Don't hestitate to come
in at any time with these stamps-they are always good in
M I M I t I P K A l
consisting of cake, chicken, sand
wiches and coffee.
Mrs. Marvin Hughes has returned
to- her home. She had been sick for
some time in Heppner.
Miss Lois Hewitt took Miss Lur
line Sparks as far as Pendleton on
Friday, as she sent the week end
at her home in Milton. Miss Sparks
stayed by her mother's bedside, she
being seriously ill in the hospital
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Jackson from
Hermosa, Cal., visited at the Louis
Batty home this week, Mr. Jackson
being Mrs. Batty's nephew.
Mrs. Belle Leathers visited at the
Owen Leathers' home this week be
Ho Low-Cost Financing
Builds Bank Credit
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B. C. PINCKMEY, Manager
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