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Heppner Gazette Times, Heppner, Oregon
Thursday, February 6, 1941
By JUNE SMITH
Miss Rosanna Farley, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. James Farley of Hepp
ner, was married Saturday morning
to Mr. Oland Applegate, son of Mrs.
Nancy Applegate of Hood River.
The marriage was solemnized at 9:30
a. m. at the St. Patrick's rectory,
with Father Francis McCormick of
ficiating. The bride wore a rose
costume suit of light weight wool
with black accessories, and a cor
sage of gardenias. Her bridesmaid
was her twin sister, Miss Margaret
Farley, who was dressed in a navy
blue suit with navy accessories and
a corsage of rosebuds and garden
ias. The best man was the bride's
brother, Joe Farley.
A breakfast for the wedding party
was held following the service at
the home of the bride's parents. The
couple left immediately after for a
Out of town guests for the event
were Mr. and Mrs. John Farley and
son of John Day and Mrs. Clay
Clark and daughter of Hood River.
The couple will live in Hood
River at 424 E. 3rd St.
Mrs. Earl Gilliam gave a shower
for the bride-to-be at her home
last Thursday evening, at which 18
guests were present. Games and
Chinese checkers were 'played, with
first prize going to Mrs. James Hea
ly and second to Miss Patricia Ca
son. Refreshments were served by
the hostess after the miscellaneous
gifts were opened.
The Wool growers Auxiliary will
meet Friday at Lucas Place for lun
cheon at 1:15 p. m. The new presi
dent, Mrs. B. C. Pinckney, has pro
mised an important meeting, and a
program following. All members are
urged to come.
Mrs. B. C. Pinckney held a meet
ing of the Woolgrowers Auxiliary
at her home Tuesday afternoon
where plans for the coming year
were discussed and refreshments
served at the close of the meeting.
Mothers of all children who attend
the Episcopal Sunday school have
been invited to attend a meeting
Friday evening at the home of Mrs.
L. E. Dick to meet Miss Catherine
Peterson, . missionary worker from
Pendleton, and discuss the work of
Mrs. Raymond Ferguson is having
the What's Trump club at her home
Mrs. B. C. Pinckney is entertain
ing the T & C club at her home
this afternoon at a dessert bridge.
A large crowd attended the Pres
ident's Birthday ball held last Sat
urday evening at the Elks hall. A
most enjoyable evening was had by
The Music club met Thursday
evening at the home of Mrs. Tom
Wells. Mrs. Louise Thone was lead
er, and the subject was American
Spanish music, with piano solos by
Mrs. J. O. Turner and Miss Marjorie
Parker. Mrs. Russell McNeill and
Miss Jean Mcllhinny sang vocal so-
Sunday school at 9:45. Morning
worship at 11 a. m.
Epworth League at 6:30 p. m. Eve
ning service at 7:30 p. m.
Bible study and prayer service at
7:30 on, Tuesday and Thursday.
Choir rehearsal Wednesday eve
ning at 7:30.
All are welcome to worship with
CHURCH OF CHRIST
Martin B. Clark, Pastor
Bible School at 9:45.
Communion and preaching, 11:00.
Christian Endeavor, 6:30.
Evening service, 7:30.
PENTECOTAL ASSEMBLY OF
Sterl D. Spiesz, Pastor.
Sunday school, 9:45 a. m.
Worship, 11 a. m.
Evangelistic services, Sunday, 7:30
Tuesday, 7:30 p. m., Bible study
Thursday, Cottage prayer meeting.
los, and Miss Rose Liebbrand gave
two violin solos. Miss Marjorie Blair
performed two dances in illustration
of the music. Mrs. Ed Dick, Jr., and
Miss Mary White were hostesses.
Miss Leta Humphreys and Miss
Rose Leibbrand drove to Portland
Sunday and returned Tuesday eve
ning. On their way they visited with
Miss Leibbrand's sister, Mrs. Charles
Flock, at Bingen, Wash.
Mr. and Mrs. David Wilson drove
to Portland Tuesday, where they will
spend a few days.
Mrs. Frank Wilkinson drove to
Pendleton Wednesday, accompanied
by Mrs. Anna Bayless, Mrs. I. Vance
and Mrs. Howard Bryant.
Mrs. Harold Cohn and daughter
Sally will leave Friday for Portland,
where they will , visit Mrs. Cohn's
sister, Mrs. Glenn Dennis, returning
Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Davis left
Tuesday for Condon, after a week's
visit with Mr. and Mrs. Fred Lucas.
Mr. and Mrs. Davis live in Grass'
Valley, and Mrs. Davis is the former
Miss Isabel Fortner.
Mrs. Charles Cox went to Pen
dleton Tuesday evening to attend a
meeting of the National Defense
conference. Dinner and the meeting
were held at the Pendleton hotel,
with Mrs. William Horsfall, national
chairman of the Oregon department,
who has just retuned from a na
tional convention in Washington, D.
C, as main speaker,
Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Kraft and
small son of Bridal Veil were week
end guests of Mr. and Mrs. Orville
Smith, remaining from Friday to
Sunday. Saturday afternoon a small
bridge party, with two tables in
play, was held at the Smith home,
with Mrs. Richard Lawrence win
ning high score, and Mrs. Phil Ma-
honey winning second,
Mrs. Fred Lucas will entertain
her bridge club with a dessert
bridge at her home next Saturday
The Social club of the Eastern
Star met Saturday afternoon at the
hall, with three tables of bridge in
play. Mrs. C. W. McNamer won high
score, and Mrs. W. O. Dix received
consolation, as well as the door prize.
Election of officers was held during
the afternoon with Mrs. Clarence
Rosewall elected president, Mrs.
Loyal Parker vice-president, and
Mrs. Dave Wilson, secretary-treasurer.
The affair was a dessert
bridge, with Mrs. May Gilliam and
Mrs. Hazel Vaughn as hostesses.
Mrs. Raymond Ferguson enter
tained her Wednesday bridge club
at her home yesterday with a des
sert bridge. High score was won by
Mrs. Stephen Thompson and second
by Mrs. Jap Crawford.
Mrs. L. E. Dick and Mrs. Harlan
McCurdy were hostesses at a des
sert bridge Wednesday afternoon at
the Dick home. Seven tables were
in play and high score was won by
Mrs. Harold Buhman. Second was
won by Mrs. C. W. McNamer and
low by Mrs. W. H. Cleveland.
NOTICE OF STREET VACATION
Notice is hereby given that the
undersigned will at a regular meet
ing of the Common Council of Hepp
ner, Oregon, on the 3rd day of
March, 1941, at the hour of 7:30 p.
m., of said day present to said Com
mon Council, a petition to vacate
the following portions of streets
within said city, to-wit:
All that ortion of Huggins Street,
Clark Street and Sterling Street
within the following tract of land,
Begining at a point 26.8 feet west
of a point on the East line of Section
27 in Township two (2) South,
Range 26 East of Willamette Merid
ian 1531.2 feet South of the East
quarter Section corner of said Sec
tion and running thence North 54
degrees 30 min. West 332.1 feet,
thence South 35 deg. 30 min. West
60 feet, thence West 69.8 feet, thence
South 54 deg. 30 min. East 424.9 feet,
thence East 29 feet, thence North
102.7 feet to the place of beginning.
ALSO, that portion of Center Street
in the City of Heppner, lying be
tween the East line of Chase Street,
and the West line of Oregon-Washington
and all persons having objections to
the vacation of said portion of said
Streets are hereby required to pre
sent such objections and file the
same with said Common Council on
or before the time said petition will
Dated and first published this 6th
day of February, 1941.
MORROW COUNTY GRAIN
GROWERS, INC, a corpora
So Long, Folks!
To seek you out to say goodbye
would not drive the blues away.
But we'll be thinking of you
while grazing in pastures green
er or browsing in hard rock
where the ore has petered out.
So you farmers, you ranchers,
you folks from Heppner to lone,
"so long." We're gone. Good
luck and God bless you.
'Til we meet again,
HERB and PAULINE.
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Kraft Macaroni Dinner, pkg. 9c
Emerald Bay Spinach 11c
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Country Home Corn No. 2 can 10c
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Harper House Pears No. Vi cn 17c
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Sunbrite Cleanser, 3 cans 11c
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New Potatoes, 4 lbs 19c
Oranges, 32 in shopping bag 49c
Cauliflower, special, per head .. 10c
Onion Sets, 4 lbs 25c
Potatoes, U.S. No. 2, 100 lbs 89c
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