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8 Heppner Gazette Times, December 2, 1943
cently was jirwn.Mrvl tti the ratik .-.f
WOOD ORDERS will be accepted ".G
for immediate delivery under INTEREST IN TKAIMNG
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one having less than one-fourth There are many
of annual supply. Purchaser" over the country but
must sicn priority blank at time if any of them offer more of inter- Mrs, R Q tauTrnc nd daiifh-
order is placed. Lloyd Mover. 36-Sc est than one located at Rimini, ters Ann and Patricia drove to
Mont. It is smaller in population Portland Sunday hi spend a few
FOR SALE Fryers. 2 to 3 pounds; an average training camp and days. Cecelia Hoaly. home for the
6 to 8 pound 2-year-old hens. its personnel consists of a thousand Thanksgiving holiday, ret'nirnod
Mrs. Frank Rumble. 36c or more dogs rangmg m size from with them to her work in Port-
CHRISTMAS TREES Lee Cant- f Newfound! ands bthe aver- lan
State eollece and vho s-oent wvf:i Vim KM NmitU. l.one una ir- riuai
the Barret vspeh. re- en M".Vwll. ..u.'.vn oi mr. iiua onnuc nc, "i""""
Mr. W. F. MiViwll, ;iiv visi'unjr mi.miay. vcc. a
Divine worship at 11 a. m.
dA- Iviok and has which time a sound picture wiU be
. . ensi-m Ho w trv,-dusv! f-o-n the hew this week. having ww in re- Divine worship at 11 a. m.
t itTdoS ns LT nx l ?o,k. to W. f the .nous illness Church school at 9:45
t it is douDUui f Mi y,,Vew:i He sutfoml a Evening service at 7:45 o'c
stroke a few
shown rto imjwx-rnient.
Mi's. Xelli? Andevson.
shown entitled "Wheels Across In-
who dia." Also good singing
well will have a supply soon.
eently purchased the Myrtle lVauty Thursday Dec 9
Sslon, has eM.sWis'hed her home in Bible study at 7 p. m. and choir
one of the Ferpison apartments, practice at 8 o'clock.
movm Tuesday. THOUGHT FOR THE WEEK:
Mrs Everett Harshman went to Conintv Ajrent C D. Conrad left Some people not only want tneir
36c bow-wow-vision or corps is be- Monday to seek the ser- for The Dalles this morning to at- religion free, but they want the
FOR SALp-0 weaner pigs, see out m enemy, or i H & k j, Q W,cal lcague.
Anv Dipt af on Balm Fork. 368r Droper to sav scenting, (since much ., v, .. r .
: of their work will be done in fer-
to deliver it to their
National Grange Broadcast
over Blue Network
7:60 p. m. on Second Friday
of each month.
Rhea Creek Grange
reting out the Japs), to serve as r "
DlBl 4 si1f tPrmin heahng properly.
for dog trains, for rescue work and
a bone specialist Mrs., tend the annual eonventon of the preacher
while in Klamath Falls a few Hansom Hughes is id at his home ... cAINTc FPISCOPAL
weeks ago and the injury was not after suffering a slight stroke early quRCII
Wednesday morning, lie is pesung Archdeacon Nevifle Blunt
Mrs. Jewell Hogan drove to Pen- comlortaWy at Uus tune, wo callers Roly Communion at 8 a. m.
many other tasks that will lighten "eton Wednesday on business, are penniuea aa jei repom ur. u. 9:45 &
the burden of the fighting mail She was accompanied by Joe D. Tibbies attending physician. Holy CommUnion U a m,
Residents of Rimini and sur- Hughes Jr.. who went for an eye Johnnie Hiatt Is on vacation- Bishop Pemington will broadcast
rounding country never tire of examination. from his duUes . behind the counter during Dec. at 5-5:30 p. m.KWRC,
watching the dogs go through their Mrs William Barkla is assisting ,the Centf M jiTtZ Pendeton
daily routine, states Mrs. Rose Wil- at the local office of the Morrow domg sTe htoS dunn8 tw0 ASSEMBLY OF GOD
son. who is visiting at the home of county rationing board. Mrs. Bar- .. '
her son. L. E. Dick. Trainers are kla is a member of the board. r" III 11" "" I I f
service men who love dogs but Mrs. Ilene Laughlin and mother. vHUKLn t J
who must deal firmly with the Mrs. Lottie Kilkenney, will leave -
faithful little animals to instill dis- Sundav for Portland for medical ST. PATRICK'S CHURCH
School, 9:45 a m.; morning wor
ship 11 o'clock.
Children's meeting 7 p. m. Eve
ning service 7:45 o'clock.
cipline. The hills surrounding Ri- checkups.' Mrs. Laughlin expects to Rv. Francis McCorntack Pastor MIDWEEK SERVICES
mini provide training ground for be away from the rationing office Schedule of Services: Young people's meeting Tuesday
the several types of activities the for a month. Henoner: Sunday mass at 9 a. m. 7:45 p. m. Prayer service, Thurs-
dogs will engage in 'at the front. Jim -e Raimlan ' host to a on the 1st and 3rd Sundays; at day 7:45 p. m.
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Friday-Saturday, Dec. 3-4
.,.,.. .-.j . w . x . " "number ot school mates Saturday inn- Ift-.n n. m nn th 1t nd
Farnum Victor JoT DouXs ZTg gS T w T afternoon at home of Par" 3rd 9:00 n CHVKCH JF,CHT
Fowlev ' Whatever the type of vehicle, it is ents Mr and Mrs Harvey Bauman. Sundays. O. Wendell Herhison, Pastor
Hopalong Cassidy fights his way to m. odd umber as Miss Helen Valentine visited her Week day mass at 8 a m. First Bible school 9:45. A class for ev-
Jj1-' Wh0le" 13 Civmadnr S 6 lohve5Tequently --s M, and Mrs. C. W. Val- - 7:3Q p. m. " g n
some action Ptun t t hargh treatment entine durmg the Thanksgiving va- to 8:00 p. m. Sundays 8:15 a. m, to CVistian Endeavor, 6:30 p. n.
ctthmTri tt accorded their canine friends by cation. She teaches in Pendleton. 8:55 a. m. Evening worship 7:45 p. m.
Richard Arlen, Wendy Barrie, Nils tir. younS trainers but this does
Asther, Roger Pryor, John Miljan ni ar me program, u me oog
A thrilling story of America's fight is preparing to go to war he must
against saboteurs on the home be hardened to its unyielding cruel
front, ty the same as the human soldier.
" Accompanying Mrs. Wilson is her
Sunday-Monday, Dec. 5-6 daughter, Mrs. Floyd Barnes of
Claudia Helena, who also is a guest at her
Dorothv McCiiire. Robert Yonnir. brother's home. The ladies traveled
Ina Claire, Reginald Gardiner, by train starting from home in the
Olga Baclanova middle of the week, and report
Rose Franken's scatter brained travel not too troublesome. They
sweetheart from the Redbook short expect to return to Montana before
stories and Broadway hit enters the Christmas rush.
pictures in a tender, wistful, heart-
tugging comedy. ANNUAL BAZAAR SCHEDULED
Tuesday, Dec. 7
Here Comes Elmer
FOR SATURDAY AFTERNOON
Arrangements have been com
pleted for the annual bazaar and
A A i1 - 1- 1 J All
Al Pearce, Dale Evans, Frank Al- !fa " par f "Tlu
bertson, Gloria Stuart, Wally Salnts Episcopal church. The affair,
Vemon, Artie Auerbach as "Kit- an activity of the Women's auxili-
zel," Arlcne Harris, William Com- ary of the church, will be held Sat-
stock, Pinky Tomlin, Wendell urday afternoon, Dec 4, the ba-
Niles, The Sportsmen, The King zaar opening at 2 o'clock. Tea will
v,ow mo, jan uamer ana uis served from 3 to 6 o'clock.
Articles of cooked food will be
Al pearce and ms uang nead a on well as aprons and a gen
long list of radio personalities eral assortment of nd work,
brmgmgjou . field day in enter- An .. has
the public to attend.
Wednesday-Thursday, Dec. 8-9
mu cinr'c 4U T imit Mr- an(i rs- Orville Smith are
The Sky s the Limit expected home Sunday from
Joan Leslie, Fred Astaire, Robert Angeles where they went before
Benchley, Robert Ryan, Elizabeth Thanksgiving for a two weeks va-
. TT , , ... their absence Mrs. Doris Gaily has
A U. S. flyer on leave crowds a life- , , . . ..
time of excitement and thrills into mS fJlm
his 10-day furlough . . . doing all Mrs- es C"11 left tor Se
the things he had always wanted to attle Sunday on a buying trip, ex
do but had never dared to try! The petting to be home the latter part
screen's altitude record for fun and cf the week.
gay romance. Jack Cavender, a fraternity bro-
OTMMKMMWMMMMBHMa ther of Bill Barratt's at Oregon
8 o'clock p.m.
and under: 50c
The little things that
make a big Christmas!
CHRISTMAS, to a child, is a happy day com
pletely surrounded by toys. And we still
have toys for children of all ages at Penney's.
There's no finer Christmas gift for anybody
than United States War Bonds and Stamps.
Home Comfort ffe
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Quilled RAYON SATIN ROBE V7 AiSW
Delightfully feminine 20 x1 J1 V$
fitted wraparound for . HMJW
Warm and Oh, So Practical ! ' ( W KJ
QUILTED COTTON ROBE J PMtW
Graceful, reversible IP 50 i 'vmfJ
wraparound witlh wS nrnT? fflW
dainty floral print. wjl" Jm fMj
Kitten - Soft, Velvet Smooth k- '
Jewel - Tone HOUSE COAT m Jk i yfnWW
Slim skirt, softly shir- - Qfl I ' i
red bodice in smart J' p J WWi
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Give Good - Looking Ease! TfM&Wt&k l s' "WHnl J
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and cotton lend endur- ca !irw MiAW'
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jJbr fWm 'mAVXA.yift of Grace and
Women's Leather SLIPPERS
She'll bless you for the good
looking comfort of this smooth
leather D'Orsay. Wood Qft
heel, soft leather sole. '
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