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About Heppner gazette-times. (Heppner, Or.) 1925-current | View Entire Issue (March 6, 1941)
Thursday, March 6, 1941
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eaeh month at 2 p. m. Bib,e sSudy .j f4,,f aW im, ?,Vir
and prayer meeting Thursday at .:S0: n in lV Wl
Church night on next Wednesday
will be sponsored by the young people.
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.
7:15 p. m. Wednesday, choir prac
tice. 7:00 p. m. Thursday, prayer meeting.
7:30 p. m. Tursday, Bible study.
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,, cottage pray
Thursday, 7:30 p. m., Bible study
O. Tur-.x-r. Mrs;. A. 51. R5TW
and Mrs. Earl KUVa, widi s
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The American Legion aviTirj
will nuxt MonidAV niAt t Mrs.
Gene Ferguson's ho5:ii, with Mrs !
Frank Davidson adiig &s hvWsav.
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I ladios. Ca. Furniture stw, March
Mr. and Mrs. Glen Jo:k and Mr. 35. 11 o'clvk. 1-2.
ana Mrs. iarl make will g5e a
cafeteria supper at the Jones hosne
next Sunday evening for a group of
j -AovVx. K-xiK tNii! ww it to win
xvfth & iWv had td Uth had
Wli",tx . iyw jUvTisi hud studio
tW AvTmfit.vrt dotVnw and stylos of
ylM hsd WimVoxI out hu offense
vAtr- nd a timing that gave
!Hori a load in tho first, quwtor, 10-5.
ilv.x Vv this Us-ul until the last
few minutes of tho jjaiwo when two
ivrfooi i'd shots by Wollunvll and
s minH" sliot by FtM-ris put the
H."kos In tho load for n win, and
tho larjji mnvJ wont wild. Local
IioaHs wnk in the second half of
tho jr.ono when three top-notch reg
ulars, Norris, Strahm and Clough
wont out on fouls, but it seemed on
ly to spur the other players to fight
harder. Tho Iloppner school band
and a large crowd of enthusiastic
Heppner rooters were on hand to see
their team play, and so disappointed
were they with their defeat that
many returned the last night to
cheer for St. Mary's. Scoring by
quarters: 10-5, H; 20-12, H; 29-23,
II; 41-40, A."
MISSION SOCIETY MEETS
The Womens Missionary society of
the Christian church met at the
home of Mrs. R. B. Ferguson on
Wednesday. The devotional service
was led by Mrs. Ealor Huston, sub
ject, "I Will Build My Church." Mr,
Lee Scrivner recited a poem, "Nan-
tong, by Evelan Clark. Gertrude
Parker read "50 boxes of Christian
love arrived at Hafei," and Etta Ho
well gave a book review on "Mac
klin of Nanking" by Edith Eberle
The meeting closed with benediction
and refreshments of cake and coffee
were served by the hostesses. Vir
ginia Turner and Coramae Ferguson.
G-T want ads get results.
ALL SAINTS CHURCH
Meeting of church committee in
parish house, Thursday, March 6th,
7:30 p. m.
MISS GRIFFITH IN RECITAL
Oregon College of Education,
Monmouth. Katherine Griffith,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Elmer
Griffith of Morgan, was presented in
a student recital by Mrs. Florence
Coardy Merriam, Tuesday, Feb. 25,
at Campbell hall of the Oregon Col
lege of Education. A very enjoy
able program was given and was
well received by the audience. Miss
Griffith is a student of piano and
played "Pastorale" by Burgmuller.
EMERSON KEITIILEY PASSES
Word was received by Morrow
county relatives last week end of the
passing of Emerson Keithley, for
mer Heppner resident, at his home
E. J. Buckler of Portland, repre
sentative of the Bonneville Power
administration, was in Heppner yesterday.
Mrs. Earle Bryant received high
score and Mrs. George Burroughs
second at the meeting of their bridge
club last Thursday at Mrs. Oral
Wrighfs home, with Mrs. Cornett
Green assisting the hostess.
Mrs. Chester Kennedy of Gate
way, president of the Women's Ser
vice league, will appear here at the
Parish House, Saturday at 8 r. m.
She will show moving pictures of
the general convention at Kansas
City, and everyone is welcome to
Honoring Mrs. Robert Knox, Mrs.
Gene Ferguson, Mrs. Garnet Bar
ratt and Mrs. Steve Thompson held
a party Monday evening at the
inomson nome. rne an air was a
miscellaneous shower, and five ta
bles were in play. Mrs Harold Buh
man won high score, Mrs. L. E. Dick
second, and Mrs. Knox low. Spring
flowers were used in the decora
tions, and refreshments were served
at the close of play.
Mrs. J. G. Thomson, Jr., enter
tained the Wednesday club at her
home yesterday with a dessert
bridge. Mrs. Garnet Barratt won
high score and Mrs. Steve Thomp
Kindergarten for young children
of five and six has been started by
Mrs. Norbert Peavy. The classes
will be held Tuesday and Thursday
mornings from 9 to 11 at her home.
In today's grocery order bo sure to ask for a loaf of
LARGE LOAF i3C
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him to get it for you.
HOLLYWOOD BREAD .. i5c
DUTCH (Potato) BREAD '. i2c
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the new home type
flour made especially
for home baking
Shortening 12BS 3-lb. can 39c
Spry Shortening 3-lb. can 46c
Keen Shortening 4-lb.pkg.37c
Edwards Coffee 21c; 2C 41c
Tomato Sauce, 8-oz. tins, 3 for 10c
Peas iSe3ncaM 2 for 15c
foril HIGHWAY 303 4 t r
tOm Cream Style Cans 2 W 15C
RftllK BLUE lakE it ir
wanS No. 303 Cans 2 TOT 15C
Sauerkraut, Highway, 2 "c 15c
Spam BYEoEEf 2 cans 49c
win ton Carne S. 3
3 lb. 37c
Cheese, Mild Cream, lb. 21c
Fancy Tuna B.itmor. , 15c
Catsup, Ruby .ol. 3 , 25c
Karo Syrup &5-lb. can 35c
Mazola Oil, quart can 43c
Jell-Well, Asst.. 3 pkgs. 10c
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Cans 25C I
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BEEF ROAST C1H
Tender Blade Cuts, lb x 63 IT
Armour's Star, lb
Grade A Large
Grapefruit Gnn Alr.!&na 10c
Lentils, 2-lb. cello, pkg. 19c
Raisins, Sun Maid 7c
Argo Starch ,. pkgs. 2 tot 15c
Kingsford Starch, 2 pkg5. 15c
Tea Bags, Canterbury 0k 17$
Matches Favr,t(...... 6 bxel5c
Sierra Pine Soap, 3 17c
Camay Soap, 3 cakes 17c
Lifebuoy Soap, 3 cakes 17c
Lux Toilet Soap, 3 cakes 17c
Rinso Gran. Soap 2 35c
Lean and Tender, lb.
Genuine Steer Beef. lb. ...
Armour's Tcndef. lb
Lt I I UCE, Lalif . trimmed lb 5c
CELERY, Utah, fancvnrppn Ih
APPLES, Newton, Ige. fey. 9 lbs' 29c
Is. 4 lb..ul
Select the size
you want pay
by the pound.
U.S. No.2 QO
100-lb. sk. O tf U
Cal. juicy Os
Per pound OX