Heppner gazette-times. (Heppner, Or.) 1925-current, November 16, 1944, Page 5, Image 5

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    Heppner Gazette Times, November 16, 1944 5
Lexington Grange
Chooses Officials
Election of officers was the order
of business for Lexington grange,
in session Saturday evening at the
hall north of Lexington. The regu
lar meeting was preceded by a pot
luck supper.
R. B. Rice was elected master;
Mrs. -J. A. Troedson, lecturer; Mrs.
Ray Dolven, chaplain; Kenneth
Smouse, overseer; Ray Dolven,
treasurer; Joe Devine, gatekeeper;
Burton Peck, steward; Orville
Cutsforth, assistant steward; Mrs.
Orville Cutsforth, lady assistant
steward; Shirley Smouse, Ceres;
Mrs. Burton Peck, Pomona; Mrs.
Joe Devine, Flora; and Mrs. Will
iam Smethurst, J. A. Troedson and
Freddie Nelson, Jr., executive com-
Good Eats
Go to the
lone, Oregon
Roy and Betty Lieuallen
Mrs. Maude Pointer and son
George attended the meeting. He
has recently returned from over
seas. The county deputy master,
Henry Baker, and Mrs. Baker, al
so were guests.
Lexington grange voted to fill
25 Christmas bags for McCaw hos
pital at Walla Walla.
Morrow County Public Health as
sociation will hold its annual "lick
'em and stick 'em" party Tuesday
evening at 8 (p. m. at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. K. A. House. Every
body is welcome.
If case you lare a bit mystified,
the time is at hand to release the
literature regarding the annual sale
of health seals. The committee is
few in number and 1500 envelopes
can't just be laughed off. If you are
interested in promoting the work
of the Morrow County Public
Health association, drop by and
lend a hand.
other activities.
M Sgt Stephen Wehmeyer and
CONVENTION IN PORTLAND I would, be ungrateful if I did not
urwu ,, Q j recognize the vote of confidence re-
Witn election worries over and , . , , , , ,
posed in me by the people of Mor
satisfied that the county govern- ... Tt jn u
ment will be safe for a few days, endeavor to serve you faithfully famJy were vultors fr
Judge Bert Johnson, Commissioner and well in the 43rd session of the
L D. Neill and Clerk C. W. Barlow Oregon legislature,
left Tuesday for Portland to at- HENRY PETERSON
tend the convention of county of-
this week at the home of his par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. F. F. Wehmey
er. Stephen, a mlamber of the aerial
photo charting service of the United
States army, is a veteran of the Af
rican campaign and after advanced
ficers, namely, judges, commision- MAKES HIGH GRADES
ers and clerks. - Nadine Clark? daughter of Mrs.
Returning, Clerk Barlow plans to Frank Engkraf of Heppner, is turn, schooling in the States expectt to
bring Mrs. Barlow and Mr. and ing in good grades at St. Josephs be sent to the front again.
Mrs. Spencer Akers home. Mrs. academy in Pendletton. She has
Barlow has been with her parents made a 10-weeks average of 95.5 FOR SALE Round oak dining
seveifal months due to the illness thriee l's and two 2'c. Nadine is table and softwood library table,
of Mrs. Akers. including piano lessons with "her Harold Becket. 34-5p
Heppner American Legion post
87 and auxiliary wish to thank the
members of Rhea Creek grange for.
their splendid cooperation and us.;
of their hall for the dance Satur
day night. We wish to thank the
public for the large attendance and
"The Kids About, Town" for taking
over and doing a swell job of fur
nishing the music without their
former Jebder, Norbert Peavy.
Thjere will be another dance at
Rhea Creek grange hall Saturday
night, Nov. 18 for a good cause and
we bespeak a good attendance.
Heppner Post No. 87
American Legion, and Auxiliary.
We wish to thank the good people
of Morrow county for their expres
sions of sympathy and acts of kind
ness and for the many beautiful
floral offerings in memory of our
beloved brother, Barney Devlin.
Mike Devlin and family
The high cost
of living
treat your own home this christmasi
A fine selection of framed and Venetian styles . . . you'rt
sure to find just tne mirror you've always wanted! And
priced lo save you money. Every one made from clear
sparkling Pittsburgh plate glass . . . gift-packed in protec
tive padded folders. Come in and see them!
Case Furniture Company
The low price
of electricity
LoOK AT THE COST OF LIVING up 25.4 since 1939
Then look at the average kilowatt-hour price of P.P.&L. electric
ity down 21 for residential service during the same period!
Part of this reduction in the average cost of electricity is due
to increased use of electrical helpers, which automatically moves
users into the lower steps of our progressive rate schedules. But
even more important have been the three rate reductions and
' the two "rate dividends" received by our customers in the past
five years.
These forward steps have cut the average price we get for
residential electric service from 2.36 cents per kilowatt-hour in
1939 to only 1.86 cents at the present time.
And compared with 15 years ago, the average home serve i of
P.P.&L. is now using about twice as much electricity at no
more cost.
The actual record of steady reduction in the cost of youi cctric
service is your assurance of continued better value in the future
Figttrt from U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics.
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