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Thursday, December 18, 1941
Wins in Week's Play
After emerging winners at the
Condon jamboree Friday evening,
Heppner high's Mustang basketeers
defeated the strong Hermiston team
at Hermiston the following night
27-20, and toppled lone here 33-12
on Tuesday night to maintain an
, undefeated status in the play so far
Heppner Gazette Times, Heppner, Oregon
Hermiston was rated favorite be
fore Saturday's game, having defeat
ed the Pendleton Buckaroos the Sat
urday previous. The Pendleton team
recently held Mac high to a one
point victory, according to' report
from the local school, which added:
The Union team that lost to Hepp
ner on the Union floor defeated the
LaGrande high team at LaGrande
Friday night. If scores mean any
thing the Mustangs are rated as high
as any "A" school in eastern Oregon.
John Skuzeski again led the Mus
tangs team in scoring at Hermiston
with seven points. Hollman of Her
miston was high for the game with
11. The Heppner seconds won a
preliminary game from the Hermis
ton seconds, 22-16.
Heppner played but five men:
Barratt 4, . Skuzeski 8, forwards;
Drake 2, center; Scrivner 7, Pinck
ney 6, guards. Hermiston, Longhorn,
Nauighton 2, forwards; Hollman 11,
center; Rugg 3, Cullen, guards; Wil
cox, Tiller 6, Bucknum, subs.
Tuesday's lone game was reported
as ragged. In spite of the score the
Heppner team was far from clicking,
missing several set ups. Bob Pinck
ney, Heppner's southpaw right guard,
accounted for nine points to take
high scoring honors for the evening.
In a preliminary game the Hepp
ner seconds beat the lone seconds
22-8. Bill Snow of Heppner was
high scorer with 6 points.
Line-ups and scores: Heppner,
Barratt 6, Skuzeski 8, forwards;
Drake, center; Ferguson, Padberg,
guards; Bothwell 3, Snow 3, Pinck
ney 9, Scrivner 4, subs. lone, Can
non 6, Empey 4, forwards; Hoskins,
center; Ledbetter, Eubanks 2
guards; Stefani, Bergstrom, Hous
ton, subs. Referee, Jack Loyd.
CARD OF THANKS
I wish to extend my heartfelt
thanks to the many kind friends
and neighbors for the presents and
flowers received at the time of my
Mrs. M. D. Justus.
Artist Portrait Make-up is
yours, on request at the
8W. Willow Street.
Next door to Gazette Office
This year jfive something
8 West Willow Street
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 pray
er meeting. .
Thursday 7:45 p. m., Bible study
FIRST METHODIST CHURCH
BENNTE HOWE, Minister.
Sunday, Dec. 21: Morning worship
at 11 o'clock. Please remember to
bring your white Christmas gift.
Music by choir. Church school at
9:45 a. m., Mrs. Lucy Rodgers and
Miss Werner, Superintendents.
Evening service: We join with the
Church of Christ in their Christmas
Tuesday, Dec. 23: The church
Weaver Brothers and Elviry, Betty
Jane Rhodes, John Archer,
The down-to-earth antics of the
hill-billy brothers, their sister Elviry,
and her daughter Violy and their
rustic music and singing will please
Outdoor action feature w. Tim Holt.
FREE CHRISTMAS SHOW
Sponsored by Elks and Star Theater
Saturday, Dec. 20 at 2 p. m. showing
Further adventures with Guy Kibbee
as Scattergood1 Baines.
Randolph Scott, Gene Tierney, Dana
Andrews, Elizabeth Patterson,
The daring adventures and romance
of the glamorous Southern lady,
Belle Starr, the Bandit Queen, who
became the fury and terror of the
TUESDAY Bargain Night
Victor McLaglen, Dennis O'Keefe,
Marjorie Woodworth, Patsy Kelly,
Hilarity runs riot with an all fun
A YANK IN THE
R. A. F.
Tyrone Power, Betty Grable, John
Sutton, Reginald Gardiner
Thrill, comedy and romance in this
story of daring men who fly high in
the air and on the ground! The
aerial battles are authentic and were
filmed over Germany, France and
England with the cooperation of the
British Air Ministry.
Christmas Day Matinee, Thursday
and Sunday school will hold their
annual Christmas festival with pro
gram. Thursday, Dec. 25: Candle light
Christmas service and communion
will be held at 7 a. m.
Thought for today: The angels
broke into song when Jesus came.
So to every life, song comei with
the coming of Je?us into it.
Old and new friends are welcome.
ALL SAINTS CHURCH
Sunday, December 21: Morning
prayer, 11 a. m. Christmas Eve: Car
ol service and Holy Communion,
10:30 p. m. Christmas Day: Holy
Communion, 8:30 a. m. Eric O. Ro
GIFTS GO TO SERVICE MEN
The usual exchange of Christmas
gifts by members of the Lions club
to be made next Monday was voted
at last Monday's meeting to be
made in the form of gifts suitable
for men in the service, and after
being exchanged will be sent to dis
tributing headquarters for distribu
tion to service men.
Use the G-T want ads for results.
A wire just received from head
New York Life office announces that
all new policies issued on applica
tions and examinations dated on and
after December 22, 1941, will have
war and aviation clauses attached
thereto for all lives male and female
irrespective of age.
Don't wait and be sorry that you
can't get an unrestricted policy, A.
CARD OF THANKS
We wish to express our gratitude
for the kind expressions of sympathy
and beautiful floral tributes at the
time of our recent bereavement.
Mr. and Mrs. Tom Beymer and
Mrs. Effie Parkins and family.
ELGIN De Luxe
Christmas morning .' . . and
proudly on her wrist a dainty
new Elgin De Luxe! Surely her
heart will sing at its gem like love
liness ... its fashion smartness.
And she'll long enjoy its superb,
star-timed accuracy. Let us show
you the many new, 17-jewel Elgin
De Luxe models from $42.50.
Prices include Federal Tax.
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. . and for Safety's Sake, Too
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You can always make him
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add to the comfort and se
curity of the whole family.
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We still have some Nylon and Rayon
PONY SOCKS for Ladies
M. D. CLARK