Heppner gazette-times. (Heppner, Or.) 1925-current, August 06, 1942, Page 8, Image 8

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    8 Heppner Gazette Times, August 6, 1942
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At Heppner
Martin B. Clark, Pastor
9:45 a.m., Bible school.
11:00, Communion and preaching.
6:30 p.m., Junior and senior Chris
tian Endeavor.
7:30 p.m., Evangelistic services.
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 ia a reproach to any people.
When we fail to evangelize, then we
must mobilize.
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. Firs.
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. ra.
Camp Trip to Reward
Youths' 'Green' Work
Salem, August 5. 1 (Special)
Camping in the green forests of the
high Cascades, with three glorious
days spent in hiking, swimming, pa
trolling and visiting one of Oregon's
highest forest lookout points. That
is the award offered all boys and
girls who place in a fire prevention
contest sponsored this week by the
Keep Oregon Green association.
In all, 20 Oregon youths, 10 boys
and 10 girls will be selected by con
test judges as winners in the ex
pense paid forest outing. As an ad
ditional award some top-placing
Green Guard squad will all have
opportunity to join the other youth
in the vacation awards.
According to the contest rules any
Oregon boy or girl has a right to
participate in the contest. Only re
quirement is that the youth be en
rolled as a Green Guard either thru
their own youth organization or by
direct contact with the Keep Ore
gon Green association, State Fores
try building, Salem. Those not yet
enrolled as Green Guards should ap
ply for membership at an early date
in order to prove their eligibility.
What each Green Guard must do
is this see that the fire manual is
completely filled out so that it has
the name of the local forest warden
or ranger and so that all fire pre
vention activities are checked. Then
mail the fire manual along with a
letter telling of fire prevention ac
tivities to State Keep Oregon Green
headquarters. All entries must be
postmarked not later than midnight
September 15.
Complete contest rules will be
mailed to all Green Guard captains,
youth leaders and county chairmen
this week. The outdoor vacation
reward which will come just before
school begins is offered Green Guard
contestants because of their help in
fire prevention, R. C. Kuener, state
secretary, Keep Oregon Green, an
nounced. He added that N. S. Rog
ers, state forester, Lyle F. Watts,
regional forester, U. S. Forest ser
vice, and John B. Woods, Oregon
Forest Fire association, were coop
erating in sponsoring the fire pre
vention awards.
All members of the Woolgrowers
auxiliary and their friends and chil
dren are invited to a picnic to be
held tomorrow at 1:15 p.m. on the
court house lawn. A very short
business meeting will be held, and
several entertainment features are
Friends of Dr. and Mrs. Richard
Lawrence gave a no host party for
them last Saturday evening at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. E. Harvey
Miller. A gift was presented to Dr.
Lawrence, who left Monday eve
ning for Fort Douglas, Utah, where
he will be a lieutenant in the army.
About forty-five friends were pre
sent. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Lucas, Mr. and
Mrs. James Driscoll and children,
returned Saturday from a week
spent at Ritter springs.
Mrs. Ralph Bissett of Rufus is vis
iting at the home of her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Tom Beymer.
Mrs. Stephen Thompson enter
tained her bridge club at her home
last week with a dessert bridge. Mrs.
Garnet Barratt won high score and
Mrs. J. G. Thomson, Jr. was second
Mrs. Frank Wilkinson, accompan
ied by her two daughters and Miss
Helen Doherty drove to Pendleton
Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Dick and Mrs.
Ed Dick, Jr., returned Tuesday eve
ning from Portland, where they
spent several days.
Mr. and Mrs. John Stoars and son
Jack left Wednesday for a week's
vacation. They plan to go to Port
land and other places on the coast,
and will drive to Seattle on their
way home, to get Mrs. Stoar's son,
Leslie Pepper, who will return to
Heppner with them for his furlough.
He is stationed in Seattle with the
air corps. 1
Mrs. Kenneth House and son Da
vid and daughter Gail drove to Day
ton, Wash., last Monday where they
visited at the home of Mrs. J. A.
Hubbard and returned on Satur
day. Mrs. Bud Hanlon returned Satur
da morning from Pendleton, bring
ing with her the infant son, Gary
Lee. of her daughter, Mrs. Richard
Going fishing? Take along a Fag
Bag. It's a brightly colored sack
for that pack of cigarettes, serving
as a reminder against habit or chain
smoking while in the Oregon woods.
Made by the Girl Scouts and dis
tributed by the Keep Oregon Green
association, the Fag Bag is available
from ' your nearest forest warden.
Yes, you guessed it, they're free.
Dr. Strom
Formerly 16 years with Colum
bian Optical Co., Portland, Ore.
Pendleton, Ore.
Hayes. Mrs. Hayes plans to return
to Heppner when she is sufficiently
recovered to leave the hospital,
which will be in about two weeks.
, Donald Straight, who is the new
Smith-Hughes instructor at the
Heppner high school, left last week
for Newberg to be married. On his
return August 14, his bride will be
with him, and they will make their
home at the Gilman apartments.
Mr. and Mrs.' Blaine Isom spent
last week end at the home of Mrs.
Isom's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry
Struve, in Pendleton.
Mrs. Hilma Anderson underwent
an oepration last week end at the
St. Vincent's hospital in Portland.
Mrs. J. G. Thomson, Jr., enter
tained her bridge club at her home
yesterday with a dessert bridge.
High score was won by Mrs. Leon
ard Schwarz, and second by Mrs.
Orville Smith.
Mr. and Mrs. David Wilson are
spending this week at Seaside beach.
Dorotha Wilson is at the Harlan
McCurdy ranch with Mrs. Leonard
Gilman who is visiting her parents
while here from Coronado, Cal.
Mr. and Mrs. Howard Cleveland
went to Portland this week, and on
their return will be accompanied
by Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Cleveland,
who have been there the past week.
Mrs. Agnes Curran returned Fri
day from Seattle, where she attend
ed the merchants' convention. She
drove her daughter, Mrs. Edward
Green, and Ben Patterson, both of
whom were going to Portland, to
Arlington Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Schwarz
and small son, accompanied by Mr.
and Mrs. Henry Schwarz, drove to
The Dalles Sunday, where they vis
ited Mr. and Mrs. William Schwarz
and family.
Announcement has been received
here by their friends of the birth
of a baby son, to be named Ralph
Gregory,' to Lt. and Mrs. Maurice
Shepard at the Ft. Lewis hospital.
The Shepards are former Heppner
residents, where Lt. Shepard was in
charge of education at the CCC
Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Swenson and
Mrs. Charles Buzzard drove to Wal
la Walla last Friday.
Mrs. Charles Hugg of Cle Elum
is visiting her daughter, Mrs. Lyle
Swenson, this week.
Mr. and Mrs. Herman Green mov
ed Sunday to an apartment in the
Thomas building.
Mrs. Conley Lanham entertained
her son on his seventh birthday last
Sunday with a birthday party.
Mrs. Curtis Thomson and Mrs.
James Healy honored Mrs. Boyd
Redding with a handkerchief shower
last week at the Healy home. Mich
igan bridge was played, with Mrs.
Oregon State College The Re
search Corporation of New York has
made a second grant totaling $4000
to Dr. Rosalind Wulzen, associate
professor of zoology, for continua
tion of the study of what appears to
be a new vitamin in cream. The
study to date indicates that cream
in its raw state or when treated un
der certain conditions contains an as
yet unidentified but important food
The best spray known for controll
ing late blight of potatoes is Bor
deaux 6-6-100, according to C. E.
Owens, plant pathologist at O. S. C.
Late blight is caused by a fungus
which commonly attacks when there
are at least occasional rains during
the late growing season.
Charles Petersen of Portland,
typewriter company representative,
spent the week end here on vaca
tion from his work in the city, do
ing some service work for the school
and enjoying a visit with friends.
Jack Van Winkle winning high score
and Mrs. Emery Coxen receiving
low. Refrehments were served at
the close of play. Mrs. Redding left
last Friday for Pendleton where she
and Mr. Redding will make their
Mrs. Kenneth Akers of Portland
visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Orville Brown last week, and return
ed to Portland the first of this week
with Mr. Akers, who came up last
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Cherub Milk, 3 tall cans .. 24c
Milk, Adv. Brands. 3 cans .. 25c
Apricots, All Good. No. Is. 11c
Jell-Well, Dess., Pudding ... 5c
Ritz Crackers, lb. carton .. 23c
Vanilla Flav., Westag. 8-oz 10c
Maca Yeast, pkg 3c
Knox Gelatine, pkg. 20c
Bisquick Flour, 40-oz. pkg. 33c
Ralston Ry-Krisp, 13-oz. .. 15c
Kellogg's Corn Flakes, 2 for 25c
Peanut Butter, Beverly, lb. 21c
Snacks Caramel Corn, Bag 10c
Sand. Spread, Lunch Bx. pt. 25c
Hot Sauce, Gard'side.- 8-oz 4c
Bak'd Beans, Heinz. 2 18oz 25c
Sweet Peas, Athena. 303s. 10c
Del Monte Corn, 2 No. 2s.. 27c
Spinach, Em. Bay. No. 2Vi 15c
Shrimp, Small, Wet. No. Is. 23c
Strained Foods, 3 cans 20c
Macaroni, Cut. 5-lb. bag 35c
Su-Purb Soap, Gran. 24-oz. 20c
Lux Flakes, 2Vi-oz. pkg. .. 23c
Ivory Flakes, 1212-oz. pkg. 23c
Woodbury Soap, 4 bars . .. 25c
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3 8-oz. Bottles
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