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8 Heppner Gazette Times, November 9, 1944
BROWNIE SCOUTS DISCUSS
SPECIAL DAYS IN NOVEMBER
Girl Scout troop No. 2, Brownies,
tables at home.
There will be no Brownie meet
ing Saturday, Nov. 11.
in November" were discussed and Courtland Ala. and is visiting his
a story, 'Land of the Pilgrims wye and daughter at the Joe
Pride" was read. Singing games Hughes home. Part of his furlough
were played and two new ones js been spent in Vancouver Wash.
"Miss Jenny O' Jones" and; "The witj1 njs people from which place
Shoemaker" were introduced. he and his little family returned
The Brownies folded and cut out Wednesday evening. Pfc Marshall
Indian paper dolls dancing around will soon be transferred to Bryan,
a cornstalk. These can be used as Texas for link specialist school.
HOLD FAMILY REUNION Dick Sperry. repke their home in Keppnc a" a t onbrd r lor tan-
Mr. and Mrs. Allen Johnston Portland. A son, Ted McDade and t - Errb-va, Ce!:'. a.'tor the reunion.
Viavf. rPtumprl from Portland where familv of Seattle and a daughter, Members
they celebrated their 25th wedding Mrs. Henry Robertson and family sent include V.:
were also present
An- Davidson avd in
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. . wan a r""ula annivcrtanr witVi a fnmilv reunion, of Toledo
dist church basement, bnecial days pc, tfoitVi Marcnll arrived from . J . -. 1 i t a hn-j-;'
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try, Mrs. Marvin Brown and Mrs.
30-day furlough in of Toledo.
a centerpiece on the Thanksgiving
Mr. and. Mrs. Ray Daniel went to
Walla Walla Thursday to consult
an eye specialist regarding a se
rious condition of one of Mrs. Dan
iel's eyes. They were accompanied
by Tom Hughes who went to a
HERE FOR DAY
Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Rucker and
A. C. Houghton of Irrigon were in
town Wednesday to deliver the
Friday-Saturday Nov. 10-11
MR. WINKLE GOES TO WAR
Edward G. Robinson, Ruth Warrick.
Ted Donaldson, Bob Haymes, Ro
As Mr. Winkle goes so goes your balot boxes.
heart ... a picture "of novelty, "
charm and special appeal. PLUS CALLED ON FRIENDS .
MARSHALL OF RENO The Reverend and Mrs. Eric O.
Wild Bill Elliott, Gabby Hayes and Robathan and son,' Pvt Eric Roba-
Bobby Blake than, spent several hours in Hepp-
Red Ryder comes to the aid of the ner Monday calling on friends. Pvt.
oppressed in an ingeniously con- R0Dathan is on furlough, having
trived Western drama, completed his basic training in Ala-
Li 1 Abner Cartoon . . .. , u
bama. The visitors were luncheon
SundayMonday, Nov. 12-13 f te f Archdeacon and Mrs. Ne-
WING AND A PRAYER vlUe Blunt
Don Ameche, Dana Andrews, Willi-
am Eythe, Charles Bickford, Sir 0N ANNUAL HUNT
Cedric Hardwicke. The story of Len and Earle Gilliam and R. K.
Carrier X ... an explanation of Drake are enjoying their annual
the Battle of Midway, the battle outing in the John Day area where
which turned the Japs from inva- they are attempting to reduce the
sion of Hawaii and America ... a elk population.
story of heroism that is undoing
hisy- MARION EVANS LOW
. Marion Evans, pioneer Morrow
Tuesday, Nov. 14 C0Untv farmer and ex-sheriff, is in"
serious condition at the home of
Pr0Fr' Rhe:frd' his son Earl. The aged man caught
vimuim -uiiLiwunu, VVXlctl. Was i in i j1 J i
the real motive behind the mys- heavy cold which settled in his
tery that baffled two continents? throat- He has been unconscious
Was it money, or hate, or love? since Saturday rallying for a short
ALSO, "A Volcano is Born," an time Wednesday. One of the oldest
unusual spectacle, the emergency residents of the county, Mr. Evans
of a Mexican volcano, filmed in recently passed his 91st birthday.
Technicolor with commentary by :
Lowell Thomas; Sports Review of VISITS AT HOME
Claudine Drake left Tuesday for
to resume her work there
gorgeous gals swimming, diving,
aquaplaning; rortress Japan, a gaiem
luuiiucu un-iiue in me daps as a t, j- e J.. u
tough foe and their plight as theiir after spending a few days at home.
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Having taken over the insurance
business of Mrs. Nola Bristow I
wish to assure her clients that they
will receive the same careful at-
enemies close in; Technicolor car
An exceptionally well-plaved storv
with a load of suspense. Paul Luk- tention and courteous treatment as
as is the sleuth, Errol Flynn the in the past, and solicit your con
bad man. tinued patronage on that basis. '
GEORGE N. ELY, lone
Now in Progress
at Church of Christ
Willie W. White, Evangelist
Clifford Snyder, Singer and Chalk Artist
Sane, Scriptural, Spiritual
Preaching, Teaching, Singing
Services each evening except Monday
through November 26
Services begin at 7:45 p. m.
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