Heppner Gazette Times, November 26, 1942 i M 1 v vi started right after Thanksgiving. Mrs. Esther Knight recently broke her leg. She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Nickerson and is at San Bernadino, Calif. Mrs. Arthur Alkn came home Wednesay from Huntington and Pendleton where she spent a week with Mr. Allen. Mr. Allen has re cently been transferred to Hunt ington, Mrs. Allen left Friday for Spokane. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Brown ard Reo Rake left Wednesday for a week's visit in Walla Walla. Mr. Brown's father is confined to the hospital there. s Thanksgiving Day . . . traditional observance of the greatest of feast days since the time of our Pilgrim Fathers. An occasion for national rejoicing throughout American households. Up to now, through days of opulent plenty, we have taken the day of heavily laden festive boards for granted . . . the ritual of browned, crackling turkey, bright, tart, shining cranberry sauce, and rich, crusty, delicious pumpkin pie! Not this year ... we are awakened from our lethargy ... we are mindful of the proud, humble Thanksgiving in our hearts ... for the food that is set before us, for the multitude of blessings still show ered upon free America. And before we eat we will once again make a pledge to fight, work, give sacrifice ... do everything in ev ery way to keep alive forever . . . Thanksgiving and our American rights. PINE CiTY NEWS , By RRRMC'5 WA TTTJ'RtTROKR Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Wattenbur er spent Tuesday and Wednesay in Long Creek with their daughter and family, Mr. and Mrs, Reid J. Busick. Mr. and Mrs. Garnet Abcrcrom bie were hosts' to a card party held at the Jasper Myers home Friday evening. High score went to Mrs. Pearl Vogler and Marion Finch, and low to Patty Finch and Burl Wat tenburger. A number from Pine City and Lena attended the dance at Lexing ton grange hall and report a good time. Mr. and Mrs. George Currin and sons were Pendleton callers Satur day. Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Ayers and family spent Sunday in Hermiston at the home of Jim Ayers in honor of his 79th birthday. A lovely tur key dinner was serve at 1 o'clock. Marion Finch has received word that his brother Bill is stationed at Kems, Utah. REMEMBER- These Two Things This is Oyster Season and Korn Restaurant Is the Place to get Oysters Served to your taste . . , . . . Other Sea Foods In Season Follow the Crowd to ELKHORN RESTAURANT Ed Chinn, Prop. Patty Finch spent the week-end with Lucille Wattenburger. Lanky End Spoils Hcppner's Chancss A lanky six foot six-inch end on the Dayton football team spoiled Heppner's chance for a state "B" title last Friday afternoon on the Linfield college field at McMinn ville. At the end of the third quarter the score stood 13-7 in fa vor of the Mustangs and it looked like the eastern Oregon boys were on their way to the championship when the Dayton lads began to throw passes to the stratospheric Todd. This) was in the final six minutes of the game and the score was tied 13 all. Another pass into the end zone netted the valley team another touchdown and making the con verson good, the scoring ended 20-13 in their favor. Jim Barratt and Wade Bothwell were the scoring aces for the Mus tangs. Bothwell made the first touchdown with a 50-yard run in the second quarter, Bill Buckflum converting. Barratt took a Dayton kick on his own 15 -yard line in the third quarter and with good blocking raced up the side lines for the second touchdown. Heppner was weakened in the fourth quarter by the injury of Drake and Parrish. and Mrs. M. L. Morgan of Port- Agent C. C. Conrad spoke on war land are stayng with Mr. Weston prcuction at a meeting Friday aft- during their absence. emoon in the school auditorium. H. K. Dean of the experiment sta- Several persons signed up for the tion in Hermiston and County evening classes which will be BOARDMAN NEWS Fay LaMar had a party on her 10th birthday with a few of the school girls present. Mrs. LaMar returned that same evening from Everett, Wash, where she visited her daughter. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Gammell re turned to their home in Summit after spending a few days with Mr. Gammell's sister, Mrs. Lee Pearson and family. The Community church mission ary society had a luncheon Wed nesday at the home of Mrs. Leo Root. Mrs. Jesse Griffith of Pilot Rock was present and gave a re port on her recent trip to Atlantic City, N. J. where she attended the national meeting of Presbyterian missionary women. The annual Community church baaar will be held Dec. 4 in the grange hall. Dinner will be served in the evening. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Nickerson are in Seattle visiting with their daughter, Mrs. Edith Hilder. Mr. SPEED A TANK to the fighting front! 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