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Heppner Gazette Times, Heppner, Oregon
Thursday, July 31, 1941
By JUNE SMITH
Most of the news these days con
cerns visitors and traveling, with
a number of our population enjoy
ing vacations. Mr. and Mrs. Fred
Lucas left Tuesday on their vaca
tion, heading for Seattle where their
first stop will be with Mrs. Lucas
sister, Mrs. Harvey Zepp and her
husband. Thev expect to be gone
for ten days or two weeks, but had
not decided at departure just where
else thev would be. Mrs. William
Bennett is residing at the Lucas
Place during their absence.
Mrs. Garnet Barratt drove to
Portland last Thursday, where she
stayed with Mr. and Mrs. Palmer
Hoyt. On her return Monday, she
was accompanied by Mrs. Doris
Rice, who is spending a few days
Mr. and Mrs. Jap Crawford and
Jim drove to Portland last Thurs
day, accompanied by Miss Louise
Anderson. They visited with Mrs.
Crawford's family there, returning
Mr .and Mrs. H. L. Mills of Hel
ena, Montana, and their daughter
and son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. James
Horn, with their baby, of Wolf Point,
Montana, were overnight guests of
Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Dick Tuesday
evening. Mrs. Mills is Mrs. Dick's
Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Thompson
drove to Yakima Monday, return
ing the following day.
Miss Dorotha Wilson accompan
ied Miss Maxine McCurdy to Eu
gene last Tuesday, where they at
tended the Oregon Trail Pioneer
Days," with Miss McCurdy repre
senting Pendleton. Everyone here
by now has heard the news that
Maxine will be this year's Round -Up
queen, and we all wish to con
gratulate her, and know that she
will not only make a splendid queen
for this great event, but will bring
credit and fame to her home town
in her role.
Mr. and Mrs. Alan Bean and two
children of Marshfield recently call
ed on Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Thomson,
Miss Catherine Peterson of Pen dleton
and Miss Elizabeth Aren
writer of Portland drove through
Heppner Saturday, and stopped for
breakfast with Mr. and Mrs. Earl
Gilliam. They were returning from
Cove, and Miss Peterson was on her
way to the coast for a vacation.
Miss Georgia Kayler of McMinn
ville is spending this week visiting
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ed
Mr. and Mrs. B. C. Pinckney will
have as guests at their home next
Monday Mr. and Mrs. D. H. Camer
on and daughter of Salem.
Jackson Gilliam returned Friday
from Cove where he attended the
Mrs. Harold Cohn entertained the
"What's Trumps" club at her home
last Thursday evening. High score
was won by Mrs. Gene Ferguson,
and Mrs. Ray Ferguson received
consolation. Refreshments were ser
ved at the close of play.
A meeting of the Woolgrowers
auxiliary will be held tomorrow.
This will be a pot luck picnic on the
court house lawn. Plans will be
made for the auxiliary's Rodeo ac
tivities, with Mrs. Sophrona Thomp
son's float committee requested to
gather there at 12. The picnic lunch
will be at the regular meeting time,
1:15 for all other members, accord
ing to Mrs. B. C. Pinckney, presi
dent Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Ferguson
who recently sold their home to
Mrs. Sophrona Thompson are now
residing at the Jones apartments.
Alden Blankenship, who has been
working at Milton, returned to his
home here Tuesday.
In honor of Kay Blar.kenship's
fourth birthday, Mrs. Alden Blank
enship had a birthday party at her
home Monday afternoon. Eight
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Sunday school at 9:45. Morning
worship at 11 a. m. Epworth League
at 6:30. Evening services at 8:00 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 p. m. Bible study
and prayer meeting Thursday at 7:30
CHURCH OF CHRIST
Maitin B. Clark, Pastor
Bibie School at 9:45.
Comi..jnion and preaching, 11:00.
Christian Endeavor, 6:30.
Evening service, 7:30.
7:15 p. m. Wednesday, choir prac- J
7:00 p. m. Thursday, prayer meet
ing. 7:30 p. m. Thursday, Bible study.
PENTECOSTAL ASSEMBLY OF
GOD Sterl D. Spiesz, Pastor.
Sunday school, 9:45 a. m.
Worship, 11 a. m.
Evangelistic services, Sunday, 7:45
Tuesday, 7:45 p. m., cottage pray
Thursday 7:45 p. m., Bible rtud
youngsters were guests, with favors,
ice cream and cake making a gala
event for them.
Honoring Mrs. Oral Wright, who
is leaving next week to make her
home in Portland, her bridge club
gave a handkerchief shower at the
home of Mrs. Earle Bryant Wed
nesday evening. The affair was a
dessert bridge with two tables in
Mrs. Agnes Curran will leave Sat
urday evning for San Francisco and
Los Angeles. She will drive as far
as Susanville, Cal., with Dr. Richard
Lawrence, who will go there for
Mrs. Lawrence and the children,
who have been visiting Mrs. Law
rence's sister and family, Mr. and
Mrs. Ross Draper. Mrs. Curran wilt
attend a buyer's meeting in San
Francisco, and visit her daughter
and husband, Mr. and Mrs. J. C.
Aiken in Beverley Hills. She plans
to return in two weeks.
Mrs. Jap Crawford and Mrs. Doris '
nice arove to renaiexon xuesaay
to have lunch with Mrs. Joe Bel
anger at her home there.
TO OUST EARWIGS
Continued from First Page
that a general clean-up of the city
this fall, to obliterate as many
breeding places as possible, follow
ed by either a general poisoning or
parasitic campaign next spring,
when the earwig population will be
considerably diminished, would be
the least expensive and most effect
ive course. Conrad has written to
the O. S. C. extension service to
determine availability of the para
sitic flies such as were used in an
effective campaign in Portland a
few years ago. Cost of poisoning
premises of an average sized home
would be about 75 cents, Conrad
believed, should the poison method
Lions decided to enter a float
in the Rodeo parade, and Miss Mar
jorie Parker, club pianist, told of
her recent vacation trip to Everett,
Wash., which included riding the
air lines from Seattle to Pendleton.
Marian Miller Named
Camp Fire Delegate
Transportation to Portland has not
yet been secured for Marian Miller,
who is to attend Camp Namanu,
state Camp Fire Girls' camp, from
August 3-9 as guest of the local
Music Study club.
Marian must be in Portland next
Sunday morning at 8:30 in order to
leave on the special bus for Namanu,
which is near Bull Run on the
Sandy. She will return to Portland
from camp the following Saturday
Anyone from here making the trip
between Heppner and Portland on
this Friday or Saturday or return
ing the following week end is ur
gently requested to phone the local
Camp Fire guardian, Mrs. Edwin
Dick, at 845, or Marian's mother,
Mrs. E. Harvey Miler at 993, if Mar
ian may be- given transportation.
GIRLS TO MOUNTAINS (
Tentative announcement was made
this week by Mrs. Edwin Dick, Jr.,
of the girls expected to attend the
Sacajawea Camp Fire Girls summer
camp at the Nickerson-Turner cab
in on Caldwell grade, August 3-8.
Included are Edda Mae Thorpe,
Louise Frederickson, Rose Benton,
Lois Vance, Harriet Ball, Leola Du
fault, June Hughes, Evonne Bleak
man, Beverly and Shirley Yocom;
cooks Joene Brown and Merlyn
Kirk; guardian, Mrs. Dick.
Peaches ripening from Aug. 1 to
31 at Edmonds Orchard, Umatilla.
Given Order Numbers
Order numbers have been assign
ed as follows to July 1, 1941, reg
istrants of Morrow County Local
Order No. Name Address
s-72 John Edward Hays, Heppner
s-96 Emil Henry Rauch, Lexington
s-120 William Clayton Wright, Hepp
s-144 Robert Wesley Warfield, lone
s-167 James Patrick Healy, Hepp
ner s-191 Clarence Curtis Frederickson,
s-214 Leonard William Robertson,
s-238 James Haskell Peck, Lexing
ton s-261 Warren George Canoy, Hepp
ner s-285 James Edward Trueblood, lone
s-309 Melvin Lyle Allyn, lone
s-333 Scott Holdman McMurdo,
s-357 Donald O r v i 1 1 e Robinson,
s-380 John Edward McEntire, Board
man s-404 Vernon Albert Knowles,
s-428 Edmund Troy Walker, Jr.,
s-452 Lawrence Leroy Smith, Board
man s-476 Jackson Earle Gilliam, Hepp
ner s-500 Frank Russel Miles, Board
man s-524 James Herbert Moyer, Heppner
s-549 John James Healy, Heppner
s-573 William Pedro Paul Davidson,
s-597 Clyde Ray Bellows, Heppner
Guests of Mr. and Mrs. F. B.
Nickerson this week were Mr. and
Mrs. L. H. Moore of Vallejo, Cal.
Mrs. Moore is Mrs. Nickerson'a
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duplication of the original "Minute
Man" statue by famed sculptor
Daniel Chester French. Defense
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ONIONS U. S. No. 1
Sweet Spanish, lb. .
FSHEi'S FLOUR SSJT"' 1 1 .82
KITCH-N CRAFT FLOUR 4Mb. $1.59
WES TAG VANILLA boi. 15c
FLUFF0 SH0RTENIN8 -ib carton Sic
KEEN SHORTENING 4b. c.ion 49c
JELS RITE PECTIN 3 29c
White Satin Sugar 100 lb. $5.85
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WHITE MA6IC BLEACH H9.Ho.l7e
SEARCHLIGHT MATCHES Ctn6b..l9e
SHINOLA WHITE SHOE CLEANER Boi.9c
BERBER'S BABY FOOD 4 c... 25c
TOWN HOUSE GRFRUIT JUICE 2 ?..9. 15c
GLENN AIRE GRAPEFRUIT No2cIOc
GARDENSIDE TOMATOES 2Nol9e
6ARDENSIDE HOT SAUCE 3 lOe
HIGHWAY CATSUP 3 u-cboti. 25c
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Val Vita Pork & Beans 2V2s. 10c
OVAL SARDINES - ASSORTED c. 9c
PARADISE SWEET PICKLES Qt. I. 25 e
HORMEL'SSPAM 'L? 25 c
HI-HO CRACKERS -FOR SNACKS 20 e
CANDY ORANGE SLICES 2 lib fc,. 23c
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SWIFTS PREMIUM SKINNED
HAMS lb. 35c
Sliced Bacon, lb. 35C
l-lb. layers Rind off
Beef Roast, lb 21c
Sirloin Steak, lb 29C
Beef Short Ribs, lb 14c
Salmon Steak, lb 25C