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8 Heppner Gazette Times, April z, ivtz
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CHURCH OF CHRIST
Martin B. Clark, Pastor
9:00 a. m., Fast-prayer service.
9:45 a. m., Bible school.
11:00 a. m., Communion and
6:30 p. m., Christian Endeavor,
junior and senior.
7:30 p. m., Cantata to be present
ed in cooperation with the churches
of Heppner at the Methodist church.
Anyone wishing to observe the
fast prayer' service is invited to re
frain from breakfast and use that
time in meditation and prayer. There
will be a prayer group in the study
and all are urged to be present.
The morning Bible school and
church worship will be arranged in
to a complete devotional service.
Go to church somewhere because
this world needs a risen Christ.
DON'T FORGET Tuesday, Wed
nesday and Thursday of next week,
Willie White will be holding a men's
rally in the church here. He will
be here in Heppner next October
for an evangelistic meeting, so come
and get acquainted. Everyone is
welcome and you will enjoy hearing
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 pr.y
Thursday 7:45 p. m., Bible studs
FIRST METHODIST CHURCH
BENNIE HOWE, Minister.
Sunday, April 5: (Easter Sunday):
Divine worship at 11 a. m. Special
Easter music by choir. Church
school at 9:45. Mrs. Lucy E. Rodgers
and Miss M. Werner, superintend
ents. Evening worship at 7:30 at
which time the union choir will give
their Easter cantata.
Friday, April 3 (Good Friday):
Good Friday service at 7:45 p. m.
Wednesday, April . 8: Fellowship
service evety Wednesday evening
Thursday, April 9: Choir rehearsal
at the parsonage at 7:30.
Thought for today. Jesus died and
rose for you.
P. S. Don't forget the early Sun
rise service Easter morning.
ST. PATRICK'S CHURCH -
Rev. Francis McCormack, Pastor
Schedule of services Masses:
Sundays: Heppner, 9 a, m every
Sunday; lone, 10:30 (1st and 3rd);
Lena, 10:30 (2nd and 4th).
Week-day mass at 8 a. m.
First Fridays: 8 at the church.
Saturdays, 7:30 to 8 p. m.
Sundays, 8:15 to 8:55 a. m.
A special high mass will be sung
on Easter Sunday. Everyone is in
vited to attend.
By JUNE SMITH
Easter Sunday, which will begin
for some with the sunrise services
on the hilltop, will undoubtedly
bring out the citizens in their finest
feathers for church services in the
morning. The Easter cantata, which
is being directed by Miss Rose Hoo
sier, will be presented that evening
at the Methodist church, after an
initial nerformanec at Lexington
Friday evening. The Episcopal Sun
day school will have an Easter party
at the Parish House Saturday after
noon, with the traditional egg hunt,
and games and refreshments.
The Woolgrowers Auxiliary will
meet tomorrow afternoon . at the
Lucas Place for their monthly meet
ing. For those who wish luncheon,
the metings will be preceded by a
no-host luncheon. A program will
be given, according to Mrs. B. C
Of interest here is the announce -ment
of Miss Virginia Dix, daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. W. O. Dix, t"
James Harding, son of Capt. and
Mrs. Harding . of Bremerton, Wash.
The ceremony took place Thursday
evening, March 19, in Portland, with
Miss Mary White attending the
bride. The couple wore matching
suits of oxford grey, and Mrs. Hard
ing had black accessories and an
orchid corsage. Mr. and Mrs. Hard
ing will reside in Portland.
News of Patricia Lawrence, who
underwent a serious major opera
tion at the St. Vincent's hospital in
Portland last Monday, was brought
back by her father, Dr. Richard C.
Lawrence, who returned from the
city Wednesday evening. He re
ports that she is recovering nicely,
and is attended by three private
nurses. Her mother and aunt, Mrs.
Ross Draper, are with her.
Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth House and
Mr. and Mrs. Bud Hanlon will give "
a farewell party this evening at
the House residence honoring Mr.
and Mrs. Cliff Jenison. Mr. Jenison
is leaving to join the Marine corps
this week. Three tables of pinochle
will be in play, with refreshments
served. A going away gift will be
presented to Mr. Jenison and a
handkerchief shower for Mrs. Jen
Mr. and Mrs. Phil Mahoney were
in Pendleton from Monday to Wed
nesday evening.' Mr. Mahoney was
in the city on business and Mrs. Ma
honey visted with her parents,- Mr. '
and Mrs. George Hyatt.
A good crowd is expected at the
band dance to be held Saturday eve
ning at the Elks hall. Music will be
furnished by the Men About Town
for the dancing and the high school
band will play several numbers.
Proceeds go to the band fund for
new musical instruments.
Mrs. Ed Parker gave a birthday
party for her son Jimmy Monday
afternoon in celebration of his fourth
birthday. Twelve children of pre
school age were present, Terry and
Judy Thompson, Lance Tibbies, San
dra and Mickey Lanham, Nancy Ad
ams, Kay Blankenship, Dolores Buh -man,
Larry Mollahan, and Lowell
Lee Turner. Mrs. Parker was assist
ed by Mrs. Stephen Thompson, Mrs.
L. D. Tibbies and Mrs.. Conley Lan
ham. Ice cream and cake were serv
' f.d and favors presented to th ;
The Eastern Star Social club,
which usually meets on the first
Sat ui day of the month, will not be
held this Saturday.
John Clouston, range manager for
the forest service, and Carl Ewing,
supervisor of the Umatilla National
forest, arrived here Wednesday to
attend the cattlemen's meeting. Both
men are from Pendleton.
Sunday school, 10:00 a. m.
Preaching service, 3:30 p. m.
Christian Endeavor, 4:30 p. m.
Gardeners Advised to
Use Slug Poison Early
Although the more severe winter
weather this year has destroyed a
large proportion of the field slugs,
enough of these and of the larger
gray garden slug are still active to
cause considerable damage in gar
dens, says B. G. Thompson, associate
entomologist at Oregon State col
lege. Broadcasting of bait over the gar
den area as soon as any seeding has
been done is recommended as ex
cellent low-priced insurance against
slug damage. A combination metal -dehyde,
calcium arsenate and bran
bait, now available commercially
under various names, has proved
highly effective in the past two
years. It may be had in either loose
or pellet form.
ED ARTHUR PASSES
Ed Arthur, 82, a resident of Mor
row county for many years, died
Monday noon at the Alex Wilson
home in this city.
Now in Season
Delectable ocean deli
cacies make appetizing
appeal in the cooler
season. We serve them
to your taste.
For a good meal
Anytime, come to
Ed Chinn Prop.
NOTICE OF SALE
The personal property of August
Rahner, deceased, will be sold at
public sale on Wednesday, April 8,
1942, at 2 p. m. at the county sheds.
C. J. D, BAUMAN,
For sale Small camp stove, roll
of net wire and 12 x 16 tarp. Alex
Wilson, city. ' '
4-H Club Mobilization
Called April 5 to 11
A 4-H club mobilization week will
be observed both nationally and in
Oregon from April 5 to 11, as this
branch of the extension service mar
shals its full strength to aid in the
During the mobilization week ap
proximately 1,500,000 farm boys and
girls, and 150,000 volunteer local club
leaders will be asked to pledge them
selves for all out effort in a seven
point 4-H Victory program. This
seven point program has been in
effect as a defense measure for
more than a year and now is to be
intensified as part of the all-out
war effort, states H. C. Seymour,
state club leader.
Morrow county 4-H club boys and
girls are being called on to produce
more meat, dairy products, eggs and
garden produce this year, according
to C. D. Conrad, county agent.
Conrad states that much interest
is being shown this year in 4-H gar
den projects with 26 garden club
members now enrolled and prepar
ing their gardens.
Red and green 4-H Victory but
tons have been obtained and will be
presented to all Morrow county club
members during 4-H Mobilization
week who have started Food for
Victory projects. .
Added interest is also being shown
by the boys and girls in livestock
and especially sheep projects this
year, adds Conrad.
Any boy" or girl desiring to enroll
in agriculture or home economics
4-H projects and do that much more
DEFENSE PICTURES SLATED
The moving pictures showing the
proper procedure in case of air raid
will be shown at the Elks hall, Sat
urday, April 4, at 7:30 p. m. At least
one member of each family should
be present, announces C. J. D. Bau
man, member of the defense council.
Official opening of the irrigation
season was yesterday, April 1, an
nounces J. O. Rasmus, city water
toward aiding the all-out program
to protect the nation and the dem
ocratic way of life can do so by con
tacting the county agent or Lucy E..
Rodgers, 'county school superintendent.
The Vitamin Shop
for the coming week will give
each one who calls a free
sample of Blight's Herb Tea
No. 10. This product is put
up from high quality Botan
icals of Natural Herbs. It
makes a very pleasant drink
without sugar and many have
claimed great benefits from
its use. i
NELLIE B. ROCKWELL
Prices Subject To Market Changes
Morrell's Pride, skinned, whole or half
for EASTER BREAKFAST
. . . and there's something you've been looking
forward to these many weeks . . . you guessed
it! hot biscuits 'n honey, eggs over easy, and a
big, thick slice of baked ham! Get ready for this
happy feast.. Ask your Safeway market man to
select a fine, lean ham, just the right size for your
family breakfast. Guaranteed tender, good eat
ing or your money back.
ROAST LAM B sTar-cu 28o
shoulder, lb AlVJx
BACON Morrell's. Any size piece.
BEEF STEAK Sir 01 rib 38c
BOILING BEEF J 17 c
PAAS EGG DYES I BEEF ROAST
Package 10c I Blade cuts. lb.
LUNCHEON MEATS QOn
Assorted, lb wx
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HELP SAVE PAPER
FOR WAR NEEDS
Come Try Safeway's Truly-Fresh
Fruits fir. Vegetables
ASPARAGUS 2 lb 33C
Enjoy this healthful spring green vegetable now!
RHUBARB Fancy hot house
CALAVOS Fancy avocados
ARIZONA SEEDLESS GRAPEFRUIT q
NEW POTATOES U. S. No. 1
WINESAP or DELICIOUS APPLES
ORANGES Sweet juicy navels.
CELERY Utah type.
JULIA LEE WRIGHT'S DATED BREAD f Op
PRIDE OF OREGON BUTTER
Grade "A" per pound
KEEN SHORTENING. 1-lb. 17c; 4 lb 65c
K C BAKING POWDER, 50c can 33c
PEACOCK SELF-RIS'G BUCKWH'T, 10 lb. 69c
DUCHESS SALAD DRESSING, pint bottle .. 21c
KRAFT MIRACLE WHIP, pint bottle 26c
DENNY'S TURKEY & NOODLES, 16-oz 23c
. BATTLEGROUND CREAM CHEESE, 2-lb. .. 65c
DELMONICO RED SALMON, No. 1 can .... 32c
BATTLE ROCK PAC. OYSTERS, 15-oz... 15c
EMERALD BAY SPINACH, No. 2Ms can .... 15c
HIGHWAY SLICED BEETS, No. 2 can 9c
GERRER'S BABY FOODS, asst. 3 4-oz. .. 19c
JOHNSON'S CAR-NU, pint can 59c
SAL SODA, 2M-lb. package 8c
SUNBRITE CLEANSER, tall can 4c
FELS NAPHTHA SOAP, regular bars, 4 for 19c
SWEETHEART SOAP, 1 bar lc with 3 bars 23c
SU-PLRB SOAP, 24-oz. box 19c
PALMOLIVE SOAP, 3 regular bars 20c
CRYSTAL WHITE, giant bar 4c
OXYDOL SOAP, 2 24Toz. boxes 45c
CASTLE CREST PEACHES, No. 2 can 19c
HARPER HOUSE PEARS, No. 2Vz can 21c
SUNNY DAWN TOMATO JUICE, 46-oz. .. 19c
INSTANT POSTUM, 8-oz. can 39c
NOB HILL COFFEE, lb. 23c; 2-lb. bag 45c
AIRWAY COFFEE, lb. 20c; 3-lb. bag 58c
RANCHO SOUPS, assorted, 4 10-oz. cans .. 25c
SNOWFLAKE SODA CRACKERS, 2-lb 31c
MINUTE TAPIOCA, 8-oz. package 12c
MONSTER GUM DROPS, 1-lb. cello 14c
FLUFFIEST MARSHMALLOW, 4 4-oz. pkg. 14c
TRIANGLE OATS, Quick or Reg. 9-lb. bag 43c
RALSTON WHOLE WHEAT CEREAL, pkg. 21c
KRAFT MACARONI DINNER, reg. pkg 9c
BUY U. S. DEFENSE