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About Heppner gazette-times. (Heppner, Or.) 1925-current | View Entire Issue (Oct. 30, 1941)
Thursday, October 30, 1941
CHURCH OF CHRIST
Martin B. Clark, Pastor
9:45, Bible school.
11, Communion and preaching.
6:30, Christian Endeavor.
7:30, Evening service.
7, Thursday evening, prayer meet
ing. 7:30, Thursday, evening, Bible
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 prny
Thursday 7:45 p. m., Bible siudy
FIRST METHODIST CHURCH
BENNIE HOWE, Minister.
Sunday, Nov. 2: Morning worship
and communion service at 11 o'clock.
Sermon by Rev. Cannell, pastor of
the Methodist church at Wasco.
Church school at 9:45 a. m., Mrs.
Lucy Rodgers, superintendent. Eve
ning song and praise service at 7:30.
Monday, Nov. 3: Teachers and
Sunday school board meeting at the
home of Mrs. Lucy Rodgers at 7:45
Prayer meeting every Thursday
evening at 7:30 o'clock.
Monday, Nov. 10: Official board
meeting at 7:45 p. m.
Thought for today: Not what we
gain, but what we give, measures
BAD MEN OF
Dennis Morgan, Jane Wyman, Wayne
Morris, Arthur Kennedy
Action-packed stor yabout the
Younger boys, Missouri's Robin Hood
bad men a saga of the West's last
DRESSED TO KILL
Lloyd Nolan, Mary Beth Hughes,
Another of the fast-moving, mystery-comedy
stories of Detective
The greatest comedian of our time
in Brandon Thomas' immortal
with Kay Francis, James Ellison,
Edmund Gwenn, Anne Baxter,
Reginald Owen, Laird Crcgar,
You'll scream and shout and chuckle
at Benny as an aunt in pants!
TUESDAY Bargain Night
THREE SONS 'O GUNS
Wayne Morris, Marjorie Rambeau,
Irene Rich, Tom Brown
An entertaining comedy about a
mother and her three sons that is
as down-to-earth as this morning's
breakfast and as contemporary as
this evening's headlines.
Also "Hal Kemp and his Orchestra"
TOM, DICK & HARRY
Ginger Rogers, George Murphy, Alan
Marshall, Burgess Meredith
In love with three men . . . and en
gaged to all three of them . . . BUT
marry all three? It's illegal, of
course. The hilarious adventures of
a heart snatcher!
Also "Football Thrills of 1940"
the worth of the life we live.
Old and new friends are cordially
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neppner bazette Times, Heppner. Oregon
Ben Buschkes Fete
55th Wedded Year
ALL SAINTS CHURCH
There will be a celebration of
Ilcly Communion at All Saints on
Sunday next, twenty-first Sunday
after Trinity, at 11 a. m. Ven. Eric
O. Robathan will officiate.
The annual church supper vill be
held this evening in the Parish
house, with Bishop Remington as
Home maker Clubs
Hailed as Best
Oregon extension workers in
home economics organized 316 ad
ult extension units throughout the
state last year in addition to 84 ex
tension study clubs and 11 recrea
tional units, according to the annual
report of Mrs. Azalea Sager, state
home demonstration leader.
These clubs are the kind recently
described by a woman columnist as
the feminine organizations which in
her opinion are doing the best group
job in the defense of democracy.
Mrs. Walter Ferguson, who conducts
a column for the Scripps-Howard
papers throughout the country un
der the heading "One Womans' Op
inion," replied in answer to a ques
tion that these home demonstration
clubs, composed wholly of farm wo
men, are carrying on a program bas
ed on common sense and actual com
munity needs, aimed at the preser
vation and defense of the American
"They waste no time on abstrac
tions. Theories which absorb so much
of our club attention give way to
hard facts and facts with which their
membership is familiar," wrote Mrs.
Ferguson. "Their meetings are an ;
exchange of practical ideas about!
practical subjects subjects which I
women must master if they expect
to function as good citizens. These
include child training, sewing, mi-
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of foodstuffs, religious standards in
the home, recreation, poverty and
crime problems in their neighbor
hoods. "Maybe because most of them do
their own cooking, they seldom eat
at meetings It seems to me that
this group of farmers' wives and
daughters is working wonders in the
interests of the national economy."
The Oregon clubs organized last
year had a combined membersip of
8559 adults, Mrs. Sager's report
The 55th wedding anniversary of
Mr. and Mrs. Ben Buschke, Morrow
county pioneers, was observed Sun
day, October 26, with a family re
union and dinner at the Rhea Creek
grange hall. A lovely dinner was
served to 38 members and relatives
of the farruly. The tables were beau
tifully decorated, with lace table
cloths and fall flowers.
Another special table was decor
ated for the birthday of little Jerry
Buschke, son of Mr. and Mrs. Claude
Buschke, who was born on the day
of his grandparents' 50th' anniver
sary. Jerry had ten little guests at
his table, all being his cousins. His
birthday cake was baked by his
grandmother, Mrs. Walter Beckett.
All members of the family were
present except two daughters and
one son. Those being Mrs. Lowell
Twichell of Los Angeles, Mrs. W. R.
Moore of Portland and Bill Buschke
of Burns, all of whom were ill and
unable to attend. After the dinner,
group singing was enjoyed. There
were several special numbers sung
by little Miss Norma Clair Brown of
Portland, granddaughter of. Mr. and
Mrs. Buschke. Sally Lou Hyle,
great-granddaughter, 21 months old,
presented a guest book to her great
grandparents, which was signed by
Friends called in the afternoon
and helped celebrate the occasion.
Those present outside the immedi
ate family were Mr. and Mrs. Guy
Spicer of Astoria (Mrs. Spicer and
Mrs. Buschke are sisters), Mr. Gus
Bartell of Walla Walla, brother of
Mrs. Buschke, Mr. Claude Whitney
of Portland, brother-in-law of Mr.
Buschke, also Mr. and Mrs. Charles
Bartell of Walla Walla, nephew of
Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Thompson
motored to Pullman the end of the
week and took in the Oregon State
Washington State football game.
Stop! Look! Take Heed! Do' you!
like good eats? Then come to the
Christian Church, Fri., Nov. 7, 1941. J
Cafeteria. Prices reasonable. Meals I
served from 5 to 7. '
Mrs. R. M. Rice who visited rela
tives and friends here recently from
her home at Vancouver, B. C, un
derwent an operation in a Portland
hospital this week, according to
word received here.
Ask Your Grocer for FOSTER'S
Tailored for Toast
Send VITAMIN "D" BREAD in the
school lunches for the sunshine vita
mins necessary to growing children
during the winter months to come.
EASTERN OREGON'S FINEST WHOLESALE BAKERY
Formerly 16 years with Colum
bian Optical Co., Portland, Ore.
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UaSSi these crisp, juicg apples "ST oL lffl I
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Real values in pur favor:
ite kinds! Buy a box of
these crisp, juicg apples
today. The apple crop this
year is unusually fine!
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CANTERBURY TEA Bl.ck -M-ib. Pkg30c
TREE TEA Orange Pekoe Vi-lb.pkg 40
HERSKEY'S COCOA i-ib.c.n4c
GRAPEFRUIT JUICE TOWN HEc 18c
P.ANCH0 SOUPS A..i.- ioy2o can 5
MONSTER GUM DROPS Mb.Pkg l3
NEW LEADER SODAS 2ib.pkg 17 c
SHREDDED RALSTON PPkg 12c
QUAKER OATS Quick or Reg Ig pg.2l C
HORSERADISH MUSTARD LJ
PARADISE DILL PICKLES Qt.l.rl5c
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U. S. DEFENSE STAMPS
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KITCHEN CRAFT FLOUR 49 b .v$t.G9
PEACOCK BUCKWHEAT ".SUTb., 59c
TABLE SALT 8 lb. cloth cloth 18c
BABY LIMA BEANS 5-ib. Pk,35c
SAN WAN FANCY PEAS No. 2c.nl 2c
COUNTRY HOME CORN 2 j 23c
GARDENSIDE SPINACH No. 2 can 1 2c
DEL MONTE PUMPKIN 2 No 2Hc.n. 19c
DEL MONTE DELUXE PLUMS yir 14c
NEW KLEK SOAP 24tboUc
LUX SOAP FLAKES 124-01. Pk,22o
P & Q LAUNDRY SOAP Giant B 4o
SCOT TISSUE TOILET PAPER 3 roil. 20 0
SIERRA PINE TOILET SOAP 3 b. ITo
SU-PURB GRAN. SOAP H 19c; 37c
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