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Heppner Gazette Times, Heppner, Oregon
Thursday, April 10, 1941
There will be an Easter program
given at the Sunday school hour.
Let eac one remember to bring
your cross with you.
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
Evangelistic pre-Easter services
will be held each evening, April 6-13.
Let each one plan to get in these
services as they will be just one
hour each evening. Let's make the
most of them in the time we have.
Let the Lord bless you and stir your
soul afresh, that you might be a
better worker for him.
James Wilkins, Pastor.
CHURCH OF CHRIST
Martin B. Clark, Pastor
The young people will present an
Easter play at the regular evening
service, entitled, "The Symbol of a
Cross." You are welcome to all the
services during the day.
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.
PENTECOSTAL 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
Easter Day ervices at All Saints
Celebration of Holy Communion
at 11 a. m.
Holy Baptisms at hour arranged.
Goodj Friday: Service of Medita
tion at '2 p. m.
Eric O. Robathan, Archdeacon.
By JUNE SMITH
Ambrose Chapin's mother arrived
Tuesday for a visit at the Chapin
home. Another guest is Mrs. E. L.
Vinton of Portland, formerly Lor
raine Groshens of this city.
Mr. and Mrs. Alden Blankenship,
accompanied by Mrs. A. Gable, of
Everett, Wash., mother of Mrs.
Blankenship who has been visiting
here since last Thursday, and Mrs.
B. C. Pinckney, left Tuesday eve
ning for Spokane where they plan
to remain until Friday.
Mrs. Palmer Hoyt and son Dick
of Portland arrived here Sunday
evening to visit with Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. Garnet Barratt drove
Mrs. Eliza Barratt, who has been
visiting them, to Redmond last Sat
urday. They stayed overnight with
Mr. Barratt's sister, Mrs. Fred Ho
decker. Mr. and Mrs. Russell McNeill are
the proud parents of a baby son
born Monday in Pendleton. The
boy has been named Don DeWeese,
and weighed 6 pounds, 4 ounces at
Mrs. Jennie Elder of Bremerton,
Wash., mother of Mrs. David Wilson,
arrived Wednesday for a visit here.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Tamblyn and
Peggy left Monday for Boise, where
they were called by the death of
Mrs. Tamblyn's father, O. Thomas.
Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Thompson
and son Terry left Tuesday evening
for Portland, where they will visit
Mr. Thompson's father, Bob Thomp
son, who is receiving medical at
tention there. They plan to return
Mr. and Mrs. Earle Bryant return
ed from Portland, where Mr. Bry
ant had been undergoing medical
treatment, last Saturday.
Mr., and Mrs. Clarence Rosewall
drove to Portland Sunday evening,
returning Tuesday night.
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Parker are now
living in the house formerly occupied
by the Bruce Gibbs.
Mrs. Luke Bibby and Miss Kath
ryn Thompson will drive to Port
land Friday to spend the week end.
The members of the parish gave a
surprise party Sunday evening in
honor of the first anniversary of
Father Francis McCormick here.
Cards were played and refreshments
The Rhea Creek grange will meet
for a pot luck supper Friday eve
ning at the grange hall.
Mrs. Paul Hisler entertained two
tables of contract bridge at a des
sert party at her home last Wed
nesday afternoon. Mrs. Harvey
Miller won high score.
Mrs. Ambrose Chapin had a des
sert bridge at her home last Thurs
day afternoon. Mrs. Frank Gentry
won high score and Mrs. Harvey
Mrs. Mark Merrill entertained
members of the Kensington club at
her home last Monday afternoon.
Special guests were Mrs. Alden
Blankenship and her mother, Mrs.
A. Gable of Everett.
Mrs. Earl Gordon was hostess to
her duplicate bridge club at her
home last Tuesday evening.
The Eastern Star Social club met
Saturday afternoon at the Masonic
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hall with Mrs. L. E. Dick and Mrs.
George Howard as hostesses. Three
tables of bridge were in play, with
Mrs. J. J. Nys winning first prize,
Mrs. A. D. McMurdo consolation,
and Mrs. Charles Vaughn receiving
the door prize. The affair was a
dessert bridge, and the room was
beautifully decorated with spring
Mrs. Gene Ferguson won high
score at the meeting of What's
Trumps club at Mrs. Earl Gordon's
home last Thursday evening. Mrs.
Vawter Parker received a consola
Mrs. C. W. McNamer entertained
her duplicate club at her home
Wednesday afternoon at a dessert
Mr. and Mrs. William Bennett
were hosts at a delightful supper
party at their home last Sunday
evening for the Kennel club. Three
tables of bridge were in play, with
Mrs. Orville Smith winning high
score for the ladies and Phil Ma-
honey high for the men.
The Bookworms met Tuesday
evening at the Vawter Parker home
with Lera Crawford hostess. Mrs.
Lucy Rodgers reviewed the book,
"Who Walks Alone." A guest for
the meeting was Mrs. Russell Mor
gan of Salem.
Children of the Episcopal Sunday
school will be given an Easter party
Saturday afternoon at the home of
Mrs. Stephen Thompson. She will
be assisted by the mothers.
The Eastern Star will meet this
Friday to honor the past Ruths.
The Morrow County Woolgrowers
Auxiliary met Friday at Lucas Place
for luncheon and business meeting.
It was decided that this organiza
tion would donate $25 to the school
band. A program consisting of a
paper on "Wool and the Defense
Program," which was read by Mrs.
Helen Cohn, and several tap danc
ing numbers by Yvonne Bleakman,
accompanied by Mary Lou Fergu
son, was presented.
The Episcopal guild met this af
ternoon at the parish house with
Mrs. Percy Hughes and Mrs. Edwin
Hughes acting as hostesses. A fea
ture of the meeting was a plant sale.
The American Legion Auxiliary
will meet Monday evening at the
Harold Cohn home.
Next Friday, Good Friday, Ven.
Eric Robathan of Pendleton will
hold an hour service from 2 to 3
p. m. at the Episcopal church.
Mrs. Florence Jones, children's
welfare chairman, reports that this
unit of the American Legion aux
iliary has completed four girl's
dresses, material for which was fur
nished by the state child welfare
committee, Mrs. Vivian Urie of
Portland, chairman. A box of cloth
ing valued at $25 was also sent to
the Boys' and Girls' Aid society of
Miss Florence Bergstrom and Miss
Harriet Pointer spent the week end
NEWS OF HEPPNER
By DARREL GLASGOW
The patrol contest ended Monday
with the Panthers taking the prize,
with 616 points, and the Flaming
Arrows pulling in second with 275
points. The Hyenas and Flying Ea
gles fell behind in that order. The
Panthers were under the leadership
of Ted Ferguson and Darrel Glas
gow, and the Flaming Arrows un
der Dick Ferguson and Raymond
The Scouts took the $4.00 prize
away from the Camp Fire Girls at
the quiz program which was held
while the votes were being counted.
The Scout team was Ted Ferguson,
Raymond French, Darrel Glasgow
and Sam Sato. The Camp Fire Girls
tea mconsisted of Mary Lou Fer
guson, Jean Turner, Loma Mae
Vance and Vada Gammell.
Two Scouts, Albert Bailey and
Tad Miller gave a short talk on
scouting at the Lions dinner Mon
mSmmm' V 3 t Prunes cjowp
All surplus fat removed
to grace your
Easter table. Lb.
SPRING FRYERS Tender, young
fryers. 3 for .
Butter Kernel Corn 2Nca.223
Broken Grapefruit 9
Peaches Hom86,&nBed 2 .J 27
P'apple Juice Stokelv 3 'c'ans 25
Nob Hill Lbg 17;
Tea Mi-lb. OO. Lb
LEGS 'O LAMB
Shanks off. lb. .......
Fresh caught, lb ....
By the piece, lb.
Duchess Salad Dress. ft 23
PARADISE SWT. PICKLES, qt. 25c
Sierra Pine Soap 3 B&n 17c
Scot Tissue 3 Ro. 20
Pure Lard 4 39
Xoyal Satin shortenIn)5 3 Aft 39
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Strained Foods 4Un,25
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For Ea.ter morning hotcaV$ 5-lb. Can 59c Caff fu J
CATSUP Ripe Tomato Flavor bottle
FELS NAPTHA 1043
ASPARAGUS 11 11 r
1 lb. tin . 49e
PAAS EGG DYES
2-ibi. 3 -n. 37
25c J bo, or
Cal. Tops fZgi
Any size. Pay by
lb. , W2t
by the pound, lb.
POTATOES, U. S. No. 2s.
50 lb. bag
NEW POTATOES, Delicious creamed 1QA
5 lbs. JLtJU
SPINACH, Tender spring leaves.