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Heppner Gazette Times, Heppner, Oregon
Thursday, March 13, 1941
Sunday school at 9:45. Morning
worship at 11 a. m. Epworth League
at 6:30. Evening services at 7:30 p.
m. Society of Christian service
meets the first Wednesday of each
month at 2 p. m. Society of Mission
study meets the third Wednesday of
each month at 2 p. m. Bible study
and prayer meeting Thursday at 7:30
Official board meeting Monday
evening at 7:30. It's important that
all attend, as our 4th quarterly con
ference will be held Tuesday eve
ning at 7:30. Let us try and have
all the reports ready as nearly as
James Wilkins, Pastor.
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 meet
ing. 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
ALL SAINTS CHURCH
Third Sunday in Lent, March 16:
Holy Communion, 11 a. m. Ven.
Eric O. Robathan officiating.
By JUNE SMITH
Mrs. Richard Lawrence was hos
tess to her duplicate club yesterday
afternoon at the .Lucas Place. The
affair was a dessert bridge with
Mrs. C. W. McNamer, Mrs. Fred
Lucas, Mrs. W. O. Bayless and Mrs.
Lawrence high team,
Mrs. W. C. Hayes and children
of Portland are visiting Mrs. Hayes'
parents, Mr. and Mrs. F. B. Nick-
erson, this week.
Mrs. L. D. Tibbies entertained the
Wednesday club at her home at des
sert bridge yesterday. High score
was won by Mrs. Jap Crawford and
second by Mrs. J. G. Thomson, Jr.
Miss Nona Howell, daughter of
Mr. Pirl Howell of Heppner, and
Mr. Kenneth A, McKenzie, son of
Mrs. Elsie McKenzie of Eugene,
were married Saturday, March 8, in
Lewiston, Idaho. The Rev. W. E.
Caughlan performed the ceremony
at the Methodist parsonage there,
with Harold Pace, of Lewiston and
Mrs. Caughlan as witnesses. Miss
Howell wore a navy blue ensemble
with pink accessories. The couple
returned to Heppner Monday, and
will make their home here until
summer, which they will spend in
Mark Merrill left Wednesday for
Portland, where he will stay until
Mrs. Dave Wilson entertained her
duplicate club at Mrs. Lucas' Place
Tuesday evening. The winning team
was composed of Mrs. Wilson, Mrs.
Phil Mahoney, Mrs. Harold Cohn
and Mrs. Agnes Curran. Refresh
ments were served at the close of
In honor of Mrs. Harriet Mahoney,
who plans to leave soon for a visit
in California, Mrs. Phil Mahoney
entertained six tables, of bridge at
her home last Monday afternoon.
Mrs. L. E. Dick won high score, Mrs.
Glen Jones second, and Mrs. Claude
Graham consolation. Refreshments
were served at the close of play.
Ladies Night will be this evening
at the Elks hall, according to Nor
ton Lundell, program chairman. Mrs.
Norton Lundell and Mrs. Earle Bry
ant are to be hostesses, and pinochle
and bridge will be in play for the
ladies. A clam feed is promised for
the evening, and there will be danc
ing. There will also be a door prize.
The Episcopal auxiliary met this j
afternoon at the Parish House with j
Mrs. Joe Nys and Mrs. Josie Jones
Mrs. C. W. McNamer entertained
the contract bridge club at a lunch
eon Saturday at the Christian
church. Later bridge was played at
her home with Mrs. L. E. Bisbee re
ceiving high and Mrs. Fred Lucas
low for club members, and Mrs. F.
B. Nickerson high and Mrs. S. M.
Morgan low for guests. Others pre
sent were Mrs. J. O. Rasmus, Mrs.
W. P. Mahoney, Mrs. Mark Merrill,
Mrs. W. O. Bayless, Mrs. Frank Wil
kinson, Mrs. Joe Nys, Mrs. W. E.
Pruyn and Mrs. W. O. Dix.
Mrs. Harvey Miller left last Sat-
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urday for Portland, where she has
been visiting this week. Mr. Miller
will return with her this week end.
Mr. and Mrs. John G. Clouston of
Lakeview have been transferred to
Pendleton this last week. Mrs.
Clouston is a sister of Mrs. Loyal
Parker, and Mr. Clouston is asso
ciated with the forest service.
Mr. and Mrs. Glen Jones and Mr.
and Mrs. Earl Blake entertained
ten couples at a cafeteria supper
at the Jones home last Sunday eve
ning. Door prizes were won by Mrs.
Ted Smith of lone for the ladies and
L. E. Dick of Heppner for the men.
Mr. and Mrs. Orvlile Smith en
tertained the Kennel club at their
home for supper last Sunday eve
ning. Three tables of bridge were
in play, with Mrs. Vawter Parker
winning high score for the ladies,
and Phil Mahoney high for the men.
Adah night, honoring the past
Adahs of the Eastern Star, will be
a feature of the meeting of that or
ganization planned for tomorrow
evening at the hall. Refreshments
will be served.
Mr. and Mrs. Gene Ferguson drove
to Portland Friday to attend the
funeral of D. R. Thompson of Port
land. Mr. Thompson was the father
of Enid and Virginia Thompson, who
visit here with the Fergusons fre
quently. Pirl Howell left Tuesday "for Port
land to attend a sales meeting. He
has completed his quota of selling
for January and February and is
eligible for a new Ford car to be
given away by the company.
The Bookworms met Tuesday at
Mrs. J. G. Thomson, Jr.'s home. "The
Giant Joshua," by Maurine Whipple,
was reviewed by Mrs. L. E. Dick.
A turkey dinner was served to 18
bovs and their coach at the basket
ball banquet given the team by their
mothers at the Pinckney home last
Friday. Mrs. B. C. Pinckney, Mrs.
Ray Ferguson, Mrs. Garnet Barratt,
Mrs. Robert Knox, Mrs. John Sku
zeski and Mrs. Ray Drake gave the
dinner, and ice cream was furnish
ed by Claude Cox.
The table was decorated with pur
ple and gold, the school colors, with,
spring daffodils, and basketball
placecards made by Claudine Drake.
Each boy gave a toast
The American Legion auxiliary
met Monday evening at the home
of Mrs. Gene Ferguson. It was de
cided to postpone the birthday din
ner planned for Friday because of
the illness of Mrs.t Charles Cox, the
district president. Voluntary regis
tration of all members on Saturday
from 1 to 5 at the Harry Tamblyn
home is to be held.
Cooked food sale by Methodist
ladies, Case Furniture store, March
15, 11 o'clock. 1-2.
L bottles Jv
Picked-presseca - pa
all in one day
tastes just like fresh tomatoes!
Friday, Mar. 14, to
Mon., Mar. 17, incl.
STOKELY Honey Pod
Sweet as Honey
In the New 'Sol. Size
BLOSSOM Bog JJt
SLEEPY HOLLOW 26-os.
Good Old Maple Flavor! Can
I XTTIL LI
Cucumbers, fancy, ea 10c Ij
Asparagus, fey, long gr. lb. 10c II
Lettuce, crispy-fresh, lb... 5Y2C II
Newton Apples, fey. 10 lbs. 35c Si
U. S. No. 2, OA
Celery, large Utah, lb 5c
Carrots, Calif, topped lb 4c
Oranges, Sunkist fey. lb 5c
Grapefruit, Calif, lb 3c
BY THE POUND
Tender blade cuts of finest grain
fed steer beef
Genuine steer beef. lb..
BEEF SHORT RIBS
Good with vegetables, lb
UN HM HI
Green Beans Brurgau
Prince Leo Salmon u. tin 12c
Oregon Prunes Mlstland pkg.- 13c
Amer. Brick, Velveeta box
VITAMIN and IRON
Milled by the new
process that preserve
wheat's health-giving ele
Sliced or by the piece, lb
OTrTnSIT?n TI AM $
$ ID miW
Whole or half hams at this f
$ exceptionally low price.
Nob Hill Coffee
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Airway 3 lbs. 37c
Klek Beaded Soap & 17c
Lux Toilet Soap 3 ban 17c
Ivory Flakes 20c
Comfort Tissue 4 nm 23c
Zee Tissue 4 rom 15c
Silk Tissue, roll 4c
14-01. tin 61c
Mb. etn. 14C
49-lb. $ .19
SPINACH.. Em. B. fl -fl
No. 2y2tin JLJLC
Regular - An
Tuna Fish, Biltm're
No. VL tin. 2 for.
Granulated Soap. Large
50-oz. Giant Package ..
MACKEREL st3- 1N1 25C
ggY FOOD erers- AU assortment. 4V2 oz. tins
COFFEE M ivicZIIIIIIIIIIZ 79C