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Heppner Gazette Times, August 31, 1944 5
CHURCH OF CHRIST
O. Wendell Herbison, Pastor
Bible school 9:45. A class for ev
Morning worship 11 a. m.
Christian Endeavor, 7 p. m.
Evening service, 8 o'clock.
FIRST METHODIST CHURCH
Bennie Howe, Minister
Sunday, Sept. 3rd
Divine worship at 11 a. m.
Sunday school at 9:45 a. m.
Thought for the Week:
If people speak ill of you, live so
that nobody will believe them.
Sunday Sept. 10:
On Sunday Sept. 10 a series of
meetings will begin with Rev. Wal
ter Duff, Dallas Oregon, in charge.
ALL SAINTS EPISCOPAL
Archdeacon Neville Blunt
Holy Communion 8 a. m.
Church School 9:45 a. m.
Holy Communion 11 a. m.
ST. PATRICK'S CHURCH
Rev. Francis McCorniack Pastot
Schedule ot Services:
Herpner: Sunday mass at 9 a. m.
on the 1st and 3rd Sundays; at
10:30 a. m. on the 2nd and 4th.
lone: 10:30 a. m, on the 1st and
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.
Can Be Evicted
Says County Agent
The European earwig, uninvited
guest of many Heppner gardens
and homes, . can be successfully
evicted with the use of bran bait,
according to Arnold Ebert, who re
ports that the poison is now avail
able at the county agent's office.
The earwigs, which do most of their
prowling at night, feed mostl on
vegetable matter and small insectst
patricularly plant lice, Ebert sayr.
While . they do some damage to
. most flowers and" garden vegetables,
their presence in the homes mak,-;
them particuarly undesirable, to say
As the earwigs feed at night, the
bait should be scattered in the
evening, giving a thin scattering
over the yard and special attention
to Raiting along board fences, about
trees, the foundations of buildings
and in gardens where the insects
lurk in numbers. Care should h
taken not to irrigate the lawn un-"
til the bait has been out at least
The bait conains a poison, sodi
um fluosilicate and should be kept
the baiting of poultry yards is not
out of the reach of children. Also
advised, although chickens must eat
a large quantity of the bait before
ill effects are noticeable.
Monday: Preaching service at
Lexington 8 p. m.
Come to church.
CHURCH oflONE COOPERATIVE
H. N. Waddell, Pastor
Bible school. 10 a. m.
Communiion and worsliip ser
vice 11 A. M.
Junior C. E. 7 p. m.
Praise and preaching service 8 p.
m. Sermon: Dead church members.
RETURNS TO SALEM .
Claudine Drake returned Monday
to Salem after spending a few days
at home with her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Ray Drake of Sand Hollow and
her brother Claude who is home on
boot leave from Farragut.
Members of the Brownies, girl
scout troop No. 3 will hold their
first meeting of the fall, at 2 p. m.,
Wednesday, Sept. 6 "at the Legion
IONE NEWS NOTES
age. The fire was noticed by a
passerby and Mr. Lrm with the aid
of his son Carl and grandson Allen
Howk and the garden hose socn
had the fire under control.
Wm. Hayes has been seen carry
ing his arm in a sling the last few
days. He suffered a cracked bone
in his forearm recently.
Sunday Mrs. Ella Davidson ac
companied her daughter Mrs. R'.y
Beasley and grandson Lewis Beas
ley to Toppenish Wash, to visit an
other daughter, Mrs. Art Ries and
family. The three returned to lone
Tuesday. Mrs. Beasley and son re
turned to their home in Dobbyns
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Lundell and
family returned to their home in
Guests at the home of Mrs. Mary
Swanson last Tuesday and Wed
nesday were Mr. and Mrs. W. Wal
ters and two sons. Mrs. Walters is
the niece of the Swansons. They
left Wednesday afternoon for Wash
ington to visit other relatives.
Mrs. Henry Clark and Mrs. Al
fred Swales were hostesses Tues
,day afternoon at a stork shower
for Mrs. Richard Lundell. Mrs.
Lundell received many beautiful
and useful gifts. The shower was
held at the Congregatoml rooms.
Miss Helen Lindsey returned
home -Monday morning after a
week's visit in the Willamette val
ley. Misses Jean Coleman and Mar
jorie Peterson returned from Port
land Saturday after taking their
physical exam for entrance into the
Waves. The young ladies are to re
turn to Portland Sept. 11 to be
sworn in to the service.
A fire of undetermined origin at
the Wilbur Akers ranch early Fri
day mornng destroyed the bam
and contents which was about 25
tons of baled hay and several farm
implements including a truck and
tractor. The Akers family were
absent at the time and the fire was
not discovered by the neighbors
until it was too late to save the
hay or machinery.
Miss Gladys Seehafer and Mis.
Rose Gorger were visitors from
Pendleton over the week-end.
Mrs. Robert Heald and daught
er arrived Friday evening from
Kansas to visit her father Ralph
Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Nelson Jr.
and Kenneth Eric were visitng at
the M. R. Morgan home Sunday.
While there a four generation pic
ture was taken of Mr. Morgan, Mrs.
A. H. Nelson, Alfred Nelson Jr.
and Kenne'h Eric Nelson. Mr.
Morgan is 86 and the great grand
son is five months old.
Standard of California
New Crop Honey
Ask for a jar of Wattenberge'
Brand Honey at Your Local
E. B. Wattenberger
Producer of Choice Honey
irom where I sit ... 61 Joe Marsh
Recipe for a
Dee and Jane Cuppers cele
brated their .Golden Wedding
Anniversary last Saturday.
Having so many friends, it
seemed like half the town
stopped in that evening to pay
Little Ida Moffat brought a
home-made poem to read, called
Xove Enduring. Bert Childers
fiddled "Silver Threads Among
the Gold." Will Dudley made a
speech and proposed a toast.
And as I watched that toast
Dee with his glass of beer, Jane
with her buttermilk I thought
to myself: There's a recipe for
happy marriage. Two folks with
different tastes no doubt an
honest fault or two who
through the years have learned
to live in tolerance and under
standing. From where I sit, Dee and
Jane are a mighty good example
to young married people of
today an example of how mod
eration, tolerance and under
standing can build lasting
happiness and solid homes.
No, 92 of a Series
Copyright, 1944, Brewing Indtuky FtnMtn
Beginning September 1, the insurance firm of F. W. Tur
ner & Co. will be known as Turner, Van Marter & Co.
La Verne Van Marter Jr. has become associated with i:.
W. Turner as junior partner. Mr. Van Marter will be in
charge of the office where he will be pleased to greet yc'j
and assist you with your insurance problems.
The F. W. Turner & Co. wishes to express its appre
ciation for the many courtesies enjoyed in the past and . 0
assure patrons of the office of the purpose of the Turner,
Van Marter Cr Co. to continue giving the people of Mcr
rowcounty and vicinity the best insurance service.
This garage will remain closed
Monday, Sept. 4 m observance of
Hodge Chevrolet Co