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8 Heppner Gazette Times, November 1 1, 1943
ATTFxn FITNFRAL r AM C AUXILIARY PLANS CHRISTMAS
nd e Howell drove Oil- M-H Ill SerVICQ PARTY FOR DECEMBER 13
w,!!- Wall Tiiosrlav where Continued from First Page plans were laid Monday evening
thev attended the funeral of A. E. dose friends that he was qul' by the American Legion auxiliary
Chambers at which Lee acted as buty at Guadalcanal and in the for a Christmas party Dec. 13. Mrs. CHURCH OF CHRIST
pall bearer. Mr. Chambers was for Aleutians. Just for a chaser h" Harold Cohn has invited the group . O. Wendell Herbison, Pastor
manv vear at the head of the ere- took on some convoy duty. Alton to meet at her home and Mrs. Har- Bible school 9:45. A class for ev-
dit department of Tum-A-Lum volunteered June io, took ma iy iuuiyu wiu c anuii nua-
Lumber company with the head of- boot camp at San Diego and. was tess.
fice in Walla Walla. not long in getting into action, Mrs. William Instone and Mrs.
, . j h; fi . i , h w Constance Hatfield were hostesses
F?, S?. J3.0! eniyed his Parents Mr- Monday evening when the auxil- ,- jyjEXHODIST CHURCH
Morning worship l'l o'clock '
Christian Endeavor, 6:30 p. m.
Evening worship 7:45 p. m. , '
tillable. 600 pasture; J0U now
stummer fallow. (All acres ap
proximate). Also all our equip
ment including 2 caterpillars
with complete powerlift plow
and Mrs. Chester Brown, at Fleas1- "'V , "K c , T Bennie Howe Minister
anton, Calif., as well as relatives Wells. Christmas gifts and cheer SUNDS?H?ov T'
and friends in Portland and Hepp- .WCJ" ."ia,
many familiar 111 -" iUJUP
3rd; 9:00 a. m. on the 2nd and 4th
Week day mass at 8 a. m. First
Friday at 7:30 a. m.
Confessions: Saturdays, 7:30 p. m.
to 8:00 p- m. Sundays 8:15 a. m. to
8:55 a. m.
FULL GOSPEL MISSION, IONE
Ralph C. DeBoer, Pastor
Sunday school, 10.00 a: m.
Morning Worship 11:00 a. m.
Evangelistio service 8:00 p. m,
Bible Study Friday 8:00 p. n
ner. Absence of
Divine worship at ll a, m.
Church scnool at :4o u
wain compi wux Fuw faceg fa noted b M as well as 1V1" 7T Wednesday Evening
mirfits- S wepdrs 2 tnir-ks,: 12 .. . is SDonsorinff the home front nledee weunestuy evenings.
rvr 14 nxrtionfi snrincrtooth har- . oUier. semoe .m.en rc11 to help distribute rationed eoods Fellowship and prayer' service at
w- -A O A si LuirfU U w
.... ii avjhc
rows; bulk storage on place for " i o fairly, to hold down the cost of
23,000 buels; lease on 600 acres ia " lu " '"" "uv living and to eliminate black mar- THOUGHT FOR THE WEEK:
Vi rent now summerfallow; 12 kets. The wicked shall be turned into
m IONE BAPTIST CHURCH
J. C. Stephens. Pastor
Bible school 10 a. m.
Morning worship 11 o'clock.
Evening worship 8 o'clock.
SERVE CHICKEN DINNER
At the close of the meeting the neu, and all the nations that forget
nosiesses serven. rerresnmems. n.j n t- n.-m
Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Cantwell a members who have articles ' ' '
rnm.j - j i . j . .. . - . t c a x : . i
Condon. Total price $60,000 cash. aciv d iKll.uutK7 w for the gut shop have been asked r. o. ah me nwimng wup, mmistratoj. for 0PA, was un-
C. C. & D. S. Potter, Condon or a Kiuup w aLTIve na , propecxive to leave them at the home of Mrs. y request oi rveese ourKenoone, abfe tQ make ft scheduled to
Mikkalo; phone, Olex 3F2, or servi?!me?- at their home Sunday Delia Davidson before Nov. 15. the song, "The Old Rugged Cross" the local rationing office this week
Condon 114. 32-33 v,s -""""""S meir guests, rvx wm oe renuereu oy me cnoir ana due t me death of his father, Jo-
cattle; also many other items.
Located about 8 miles west of
Mikkalo. 24J2 miles northwest of
FATHER DIES IN PORTLAND
Harley Richardson, district ad-
ROOMS TO RENT-non.
-S. H. Shan
jacKson Jioit and blc Alton Chris- wiri uf.is iviars i: sut vt,iut? dedicated to all men in service, m R :i,ar oo jn Portland
tensen. Jackson came in Fridav eve FROM MARINE HUSBAND Honor our service men bv vour na.Ar cnV.
Oo-o4C nine after Knenrlint flip nast tVirno nnoco U 1T T f"n. knm. nrp5sn i x: nir J TV.
- a i uui-uvj oi urc uaot mnic r--iruLiea w an vuexauuii muuuay. r u-
neral services were to be held in
Archdeacon Neville Blunt
Holy Communion at 8 el m.
Church school 9:45 a. m. ,
Morning Prayer, 11 a. m.
During the month of November
ESTRAYED Twa 9-motjh old mons m maneuvers in the cen- Sunday were Mrs. Don Case and '
speckled face Hereford calves, 0reSon region. He will spend her mother from the Umatilla pro- ALL SAINTS EPISCOPAL
branded R over bar on left hip, his 15-day furlough visiting his ject, where Mrs. Case is employed. CHURCH
left ear marked. G. Herman at Kranaparents and nia mother, Mrs. rler husband, .Lt. JLton Uase ot the
Harvey Bauman ranch. Phone Clarence Bauman, and will report U. S. Marine corps, is a nephew of
2F11. 33tf kack at camp in Arizona Nov. 20. the Heppner merchant and is well
. Besides Holt and Christensen known in this locality where he
WANT TO TRADE Electric wash- those . Uved ag a
infj Tnat:nine lor Eras model, or - . "txi. j. i wrc niuiiuii vi xivvrnici
will buy gasoline motor. Mrs M. jwBX venirs from the vausTlac- he tTfi wT St
H. Sherman. 8F12 33-34p Ba ' Jtd has touched in his activities with i
T Mrs. CantweU. the marines and she brought them &tatlon liWKt; Pendleton.
along to show his Heppner rela
tives. He' said to put them away ST. PATRICK'S CHURCH
in a box and he'll tell her all about . ran.d Mor'nack pasto
them when he gets home. Don en- SfJledu, of Services:
iv j . j ju- x Heoner: Sunday mass at 9 a. m.
listed as a steward and his trips on &e lst d y3rd Sundays; at
ing school. Merle was called home C " W?l? :nm ,
on account of the serious, illness " - -o a- m. on me xst ana
of his father who suffered a heart ZIZ!Z!!!ZIII!ZZI!IIIir!TTI!!ZI
attack Monday of last week. Reece ,v
Burkenbine also was sent for but
was out on duty and could not be
released at the time. Merle is help
ing operate the Heppner Market
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HOME ON LEAVE
Merle Burkenbine arrived home
p- Balanced supply of g .30 Friday evening, coming from Texas
i important Vitamins j where he is in naval aviation train-
V - ?22a? "o' HimH ins school. Merle was called home
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Gene Autry and Smiley Bumettc
in a re-issue of one of their best
Murder on the
John Loder, Ruth Ford, Warren
Doufflas, Joan Winficld.
False clues and narrow escapes add
to the excitement of this mystery
Sunday-Monday, Nov. 14-15
Errol Flynn, Julie Bishop, Helmut
Dantinc, Gene Laejkhart
A story of the Northwest Mounted
Police in their work to keep Can
Pilot No. 5
Franchot Tone, Marsha Hunt, Gene
Kelly, Van Johnson, Alan Baxter
A gripping and impressive presen
tation of air adventure and human
Wednesday-Thursday, Nov. 17-18
Diana Banymore, Robert Paige,
Louise Albritton, Walter Abel,
Alan Dinchart, Waller Catlctt
A sparkling comedy that's tip-top
entertainment. This film replaces
"In Old Chicago," advertised in
our November program.
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