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About Heppner gazette-times. (Heppner, Or.) 1925-current | View Entire Issue (March 15, 1945)
8 Heppner Gazette
:- Star Reporter :
Friday -Saturday, March 16-17
In the Meantime,
Jeanne Crain, Frank Lalimore, Eu
gene Pallctte, Mary Nash
Mr. and Mrs. G. I. on a honeymoon
... a gay and tender story
Robert Lowery, Ellen Drew, Regis
Toomcy, Eddie Quillan
Smashing action amid towering
Sunday-Monday, March 18-19
62 great stars including Bette Davis,
Jack Benny, Joan Crawford, John
Garfield, Barara Stanwyck, Ida
Lupino, Jimmy Dorsey's Band,
Roy Rogers and Trigger. An abun
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dance of all kinds of entertainment.
The Hollywood Canteen for service
men will participate in the pro
ceeds of this production.
Tuesday, March 20
Gloria Jean, Judy Clark, Jack Gil
ford, Franklin Pangborn, Henry
Stephenson, Jane Darwell, Delta
A diverting comedy bubbling with
song and dance. "Get on Board,
Little Children" and Brahms' "Lul
laby" are outstanding vocal numbers
Wednesday-Thursday, March 21-22
Charles Laughton, Ella Rains, Dean
Harens, Stanley C. Ridges
A supurb thriller. . . one of the fin
est characterizations of Laughton's
career. Also "on the Mellow Side"
with Emil Coleman's orchestra.
Look into These Fine
New Spring styles in genuine
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bags. Handsome plastic or
mock tortoise shell clasps. Lined.
A lovely assortment ffA
Spring colors in longtJK
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Prettiest Suit Trimming
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Brighten Dark Dreiser
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Our Men . , .
Continuea irom jnrst Pose
Processing-in center for the Fourth
Air Force. Cpl Jones is engaged in
work as an altitude training tech
nician. His parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Alva Jones, reside at Heppner.
HEARS FROM HUSBAND
Mrs. Emery Coxen received a let
ter the first of the week from her
husband, one of the Marines help
ing to liquidate the Japs on Iwo
Jima. 'The letter was written in a
foxhole more fittingly called a
hell hole and the writer admitted
a couple of close calls, "but who
hasn't," sez he. He did not expect
to write again until he had return
ed to the main base and this was
the first letter from him since Feb.
6. Bill Padberg, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Ervin (Buck) Padberg, is a
member of the 5th Marines on
Iwo Jima. His parents heard from
him this week too. He and Emery
were inducted and took their basic
STEP BROTHERS ALMOST MEET
Out in the Pacific there is plen
ty of room for many things to
happen and they are happening
hourly and occasionally something
of interest to local people is heard
of. Recently Lt (jg) Elwayne Lieu
alien's ship had to refuel. A ship
pulled alongside and on it was Fred
Painter, WT3jc. The boys are step
brothers, the former a son of Roy
Lieuallen, the latter Mrs. Lieual
len's son. They could not get to
gether but talked over the ships'
phones. They saw each other faint
ly which is not too much consola
tion when both wer eso far away
from home. The parents live at lone.
Mrs. George , Engkraf and Mrs.
Rose Frates returned to their homes
in Yakima and Toppenish, Wash,
on Sunday after visiting last week
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Frank
Mrs. Robert Thompson and dau
ghter, Mrs. Luke Bib.by made a
trip to Portland on Sunday return
ing on Tuesday. The ladies went to
.the city seeking medical assistance.
W. L. McCaleb enjoyed a brief
visit with his son Omer. in Portland
Friday or Saturday. Omer came out
from Texas on a bomber and had a
few hours in Portland.
County Clerk C. W Barlow drove
to Portland Friday to spend a few
days with Mrs. Barlow, who is car
ing for her mother, Mrs. A. S.
Akers. He was accompanied by Pvt
and Mrs. Robert Walker and W. L.
Mrs. Harry Plumondore returned
Friday from Yreka, Calif, where she
was called by )the serious illness and
death of her father, who passed
away the day after she arrived
THERE MUST BE
A GOOD REASON
There is a reason
for everything and
the fact that we
serve the best
meal in town ac
counts for the ever
larity of this place.
If you are not a patron
now you soon will be
VALBY MISSIONARY SOCIETY
The womens missionary society
of the Lutheran church will .meet
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ray
mond Lundell Sunday afternoon,
March 25. All members and friends
are cordially invited to attend.
J. A Lieuallen of Walla Walla
left Monday for Coos county after
spending the week-end with his
sister, Mrs J H. Paderg. He will re
turn here for a longer visit shortly.
Mrs. Ralph Scott from Portland
is visiting this week at the home
of her mother, Mrs. L. D. Neill.
Lexington High School
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8 p. m. Fiiday, March 23
Lexington School Auditorium
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ST PATRICK'S BANQUET
Members of St. Patrick's parish
will hold a banquet March 17 in
the Odd Fellows hall. The program
for the evening's entertainment will
feature musical numbers replete
with a flavor of the Emerald Isle.
Popular Irish songs will be rend
ered by the pupils of St. Joseph's
academy. In addition, vocal num
bers will be given by Mrs. Paul
Hisler, Mrs Patricia Barrie, Mar
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Turner, Mirian Miller, Billy and
Patricia Kenny, Ann Lawrence,
Dorothy Cutsforth. Mrs. R. C. Law
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