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8 Heppner Gazette Times, July 23, 1942
CHURCH OF CHRIST
Martin B. Clark, Pastor
9:45 a.m., Bible school.
11:00, Communion and preaching.
6:30 p.m., Junior and senior Chris
7:30 p.m., Evangelistic services.
PENTECOSTAL ASSEMBLY OF
GOD Sterl D. Spiesz, Pastor.
Sunday school, 9:45.
Worship service, 11:00.
Sunday evening, 7:45.
Tuesday, 7:45 p.m., cottage prayer
Thursday, 7:45, Bible study at
Righteousness exalteth a nation.
Sin is a reproach to any people.
When we fail to evangelize, then we
FIRST METHODIST CHURCH
BENNIE HOWE, Minister.
Sunday, July 26th: Morning wor
ship at 11 o'clock. Sermon by the
pastor and special music.
Church school at 9:45 a.m. Is your
child attending a church school? If
not, we invite you and your chil
dren to attend ours. Mrs. Lucy
Rodgers and Miss M. Werner, sup
erintendents. Evening worship: There will be
no evening service as the pastor wilJ
be away, but we urge you to attend
one of the other local churches.
Wednesday, July 29th: Fellowship
service every Wednesday evening
Thought for today: A RIDDLE.
What is the largest room in the
world? Answer: Room for improvement.
ST. PATRICK'S CHURCH
Rev. Francis McCormack, Pastor
Schedule of services:
Heppner: Mass at 9:00 a.m. every
Sunday except 3rd. Mass on 3rd
Sunday at 10:30,
lone: 10:30 a.m. on 1st Sunday.
9:00 a.m. on 3rd Sunday.
Lena: 10:30 a. m, on 2nd and 4th
Week-day mass at 7:30 a.m. First
Friday, 7:30 a.m.
Confessions: Saturdays, 7:30 to
8:00 p.m. Sundays, 8:15 to 8:55 a.m.
Sunday school, 10:00 a m.
Preaching service, 3:30 p. m.
Christian Endeavor, 4:30 p. m.
Use G-T want ads to dispose of
your surplus stock.
That Hits the Spot
Our special hot weather
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at rousing to appetite!
Full-flavored cold meats,
extra-good potato salad
it' a feast! Try it today.
Also a variety of fresh
fruits and vegetables, in
cluding good old-fashioned
Ed Chinn, Prop.
By JUNE SMITH
Mrs. Jack Halseth returned Sun
day from the Pacific Northwest Ar
chers meet at Portland, bringing
home two new cups won in com
petition. She already possesses the
Oregon state women's cup for last
year. In the meet last week end
she won first in the Columbia
rounds, and second for women of
Washington and Oregon. She was
accompanied by Mr. Halseth on the
Mr. and Mrs. Phil Mahoney and
son Robert and Harriet Ball left
Sunday for Klamath Falls, where
they met Mr. Mahoney's mother,
Mrs. Harriet Mahoney, who is visit
ing here from Los Angeles for the
Miss Leone Graham departed Sat
urday for Ogden, Utah, where she
will spend the next two weeks vis
iting her relatives.
Mrs. B. C. Pinckney, Mrs. Garnet
Barratt and Mrs. Orville Smith gave
a luncheon Thursday at the Smith
residence, with contract bridge play
ed later. Four tables were in play,
with Mrs. C. W. McNamer winning
high score, Mrs. C. C. Patterson,
second, and Mrs. Ralph Thompson,
consolation. On Friday the three
hostesses entertained six tables at
a dessert bridge, with Mrs. Alva
Jones receiving high score, Mrs. Ste
phen Thompson, second, and Mrs.
Hugh Gaily, consolation.
Mr. and Mrs. David Wilson and
daughter Dorotha left Sunday for
Olive lake, where they plan to spend
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Hill return
ed Saturday from Portland, where
they had been for five days, while
Mr. Hill received medical treatment.
Mrs. Richard Hayes, who has been
very ill at the Pendleton hospital, is
reported as completely out of dan
ger, and recovering rapidly.
The Wednesday club was enter
tained at the home of Mrs. Jasper
V. Crawford a week ago, at a des
sert bridge, where Mrs. Crawford
received high score and Mrs. J. G.
Thomson, second. They met yester
day at the home of Mrs. Orville
Smith for dessert bridge, and Mrs.
J. G. Barratt won high score, with
Mr. Stephen Thompson, second.
Scott McMurdo arrived in Hepp
ner yesterday for a visit, on furlough
from the navy.
Mrs. James Driscoll and infant
son returned to their, home in Hepp
ner Sunday from Pendleton. The
baby has been named James Thom
as, and is to be called Tommy.
Mrs. Mancell Gammell of Tucson,
Arizona, and twin children, Dean
and Jean, are visiting Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. Jean Florence ajjd.
baby of Eugene are visiting Mr. and
Mrs. Norman Florence.
Mr. and Mrs. William Schwarz and
son of The Dalles visited relatives
Mayor J. O. Turner is confined to
his home by illness.
Mr. and Mrs. George Hyatt ol
Pendleton visited with Mr. and Mrs.
Phil Mahoney here last week end.
Mrs. John Stoars, Mrs. A. Curry
and Mrs. Anna Bayless drove to
Hermiston last Tuesday.
Mrs. Tom Wilson returnd to her
home last Sunday, and is recovering
nicely from her major operation.
Mr. and Mrs. Crockett Sprouls
and daughter moved to Hermiston
last Sunday, where they will make
their home in the future.
Bob Pinckney returned Sunday
from Spokane, where be has been
Miss Lorraine McLaughlin of Ta
coma is visiting friends and relatives
here this week.
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Dick, Jr., enter
tained at their home last Saturday
evening. Four tables of court whist
were in play, with Lyle Swenson
receiving the prize. Guests were
Mr. and Mrs. Swenson, Mr. and Mrs.
Howard Bryant, Mr. and Mrs. Joe
Green, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Green,
Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Jones, Mr. and
Mrs. Paul Jones, and Mr. and Mrs.
L. E. Dick.
Services were held last Sunday by
Eric O. Robathan- of the Episcopal
church at the home of Mrs. Percy
Hughes at Lena. About twenty of
the congregation from Heppner at
tended, and there were many out of
town guests, including a number
from Walla Walla. An out-door pic
nic lunch followed.
Mrs. M. D. Clark, who has been
quite ill, is improving, and her
daughter, Mrs. Frank Riggs of Cot
tage Grove, who was with her, re
turned to her home Tuesday. Mrs.
Audrey Gentry is with Mrs. Clark.
Visitors at the Clark home last Mon
day were Mr. and Mrs. E. Don Ross
and Mr. and Mrs. C. Z. Dilly, all of
Portland. They were returning from
Ritter . springs.
Word has been received by Mrs.
Ralph Thompson that her nephew,
John Hays, has qualified for offi
cer's training school and is on his
Bait Now Available
Poison grasshopper bait is now
mixed and available to anyone be
ing bothered with grasshoppers, free
of charge at the county agent's of
fice. The bait ingredients are provided'
by the bureau of entomology and it
is the responsibility of the landown
er to spread it.
County Agent Conrad points out
that extreme care should be exer
cised in using the bait as it is poi
soned with arsenic which is fully
as effective on man and other ani
mals and poultry as it is grasshop
pers. way to Fort Sill, Oklahoma, where
he will be in the heavy artillery
division. He was the one man in
his company selected to apply for
Mr. and Mrs. George Snider and
Mrs. Robert Runnien motored to
Miss Betty Doherty of Pendleton
spent Sunday in Heppner.
Mrs. Audrey Gentry returned
Saturday from Hood River, where
she had been visiting her sons.
The marriage of Miss Edith Weh
meyer to Mr. Claude Eugene Suit
on July 17 at Glendale, California,
has been reported by the bride's
parents, Mr. and Mrs. F. F. Weh
meyer of this city. The ceremony
was performed at 6 o'clock p.m. at
the home of Rev. Riders, who offi
ciated. The bridge wore street length
dress of white chiffon, carrying
white testament and bouquet of gar
denias with streamers of ribbon and
maidenhead fern, chiffon hat and
veil. The bridesmaid, Gertie Oben
dory wore blue chiffon dress with
white accessories. Stanley Burwa
gon was best man. A reception at
Mr. Burwagon's home followed the
ceremony, with serving of wedding
cake and a buffet luncheon. The
newlyweds are at home at 102 S. Cat
alina St., Rodondo Beach, Cal.
JANET SPKOULS HONORED
The members of the junior Chris
tian Endeavor society held a farewell
party, in the form of a handkerchief
shower, for Janet Sprouls last
Thursday evening at the Charles
Barlow residence. Those present be
sides the guest of honor were Beverly
and Shirley Yocom, Kathryn Kelly,
Don Rippee, Junior Hughes, Tom
Hughes, Bobby Bennett, and Randall
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k Julia Lee Wright, iy2-lb. loaf.
if Kitchen Craft, Enriched. 49-lb. sack.
Baking Powder 22c
Clabber Girl, 2-lb. can.
Pancake Flour 29c
if Sperry, 48-oz. pkg.
Quaker Oats 25c
if Quick or regular.
Corn Flakes, 3 for 25c
if Albers, 11-oz. packages.
Hi-Ho Crackers 23c
if Butter Wafers, 1-lb. package.
Tenderoni, 2 pkgs. 19c
if Van Camp's, Buy 2 pkgs. and get extra pkg. free
Dried Beans 39c
Great Northern, 5 -lb. bag.
Salad Oil 53c
if Wesson, quart can.
Peanut Oil 37c
if Planter's, pint can.
Salad Oil 45c
if May Day, quart tin.
Cider Vinegar 13c
if Old Mill, quart bottle.
Sandwich Spread 39c
if Lunch Box, 32-oz. jar.
Kitchen Bouquet 38c
if For Gravies, regular bottle.
Horseradish Mustard 9c
if Nalley's, 9-oz. jar.
if Battleground Mild Cream, 2-lb. loaf.
if Favorite, carton of 6 boxes.
Nob Hill Coffee 23c
if Rich, Strengthful, 1-lb. package.
Airway Coffee 20c
if Mild and Mellow, 1-lb. package.
Ice Cream Powder 25c
if Jello, 3 packages.
Cherub Milk, 3 for 25c
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Baby Foods, 3 tins ... 20c
if Gerber's Strained.
if Harper House, No. 2 can.
Grapefruit Juice 23c
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if Treasure Natural, No. 1 tall can.
Tuna Flakes 29c
if For Sandwiches, No. can.
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Old Dutch, 2 cans
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