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HEPPNER CHURCH OF CHRIST
O. Wendell Herhison, Pastor
Bible Schoo1 9:45.
Morning worship 11 a. m.
Young I eople's meeting 7 p. m.
Evening worship service 8 o'clock.
ST. PATRICK'S CHURCH
Rev. Francis McCormack, Pastor
Schedule of Services:
Heppner: Mass at 9 a. m. 1st and
3rd Sundays; at 10:30 a. rn. 2nd and
Ione:10:30 a. ra. 1st and 3rd; 9:00
a. m. 2nd and 4th Sundays.
Week day mass 8 a, a First Fri--day
7:30 a. m.
Confessions: 7:30-8:00 p. m. Sat
urdays; Sundays, 8:15-8:55 a. m.
ALL SAINTS EPISCOPAL
Archdeacon Neville Blunt
Church school 9 :45 a. m.
No morning service.
Archdeacon Blunt will conduct
services at St. Stephen's church in
'Baker Sept. 9.
FIRST METHODIST CHURCH
Rev. Fletcher Forster, minister
Church School 9:45 a m.
Morning worship 11 a. m
ASSEMBLY OF GOD
Clifford Noble, pastor
Sunday school 9:45 a. m.
Morning worship 11 a. m.
Young People's Service 6:30 p m.
Evening service 8:00 p. m.
CHURCH oflONE COOPERATIVE
H. N. WadileU, Pastor
Bible school. 10 a. m.
Worship service 11 o'clock.
Thursday Union aid 2 p. m.
Come to church.
School Law Sets
With school opening but a few
days off, it is not out of the way to
point out some of the regulations
concerning attendance, and Mrs.
Lucy Rodgers, county superinten
dent, has prepared a copy of the
Oregon school law pertaining to
compulsory attendance which ap
Sec. 111-1801" Every parent,
guardian or other person in the
state of Oregon having control or
charge of any child or children be
tween the age of 7 and 16 shall be
required to send such children to
public school the number months
held annually in the district, ex
cept in the following cases:
(A) Children being taught in pri
vate or parochial schools or those
that have completed high school.
(B) Children physically unable.
Children physically, abnormal or
subnormal unable to attend school.
(C) Distance from school. Where
tranportation is not furnished by
the district children between the
ages cf 7 and 10 living lk miles or
children over 10 years of age liv
ing 3 miles from school on a main
traveled road are exempted,.
(D) Private instruction. Any
child or children being taught by
parent or private teacher must re
ceive the written consent of the
County School Superintendent and
submit to an examination by the
county superintendent every three
moiiths in the work covered. This
permit shall not extend longer than
the current school year.
(E) Excused by the school board.
The school board of the district in
which a child resides has the auth
ority to excuse a child from com
pulsory attendance after they have
completed the 8th grade and fur
ther attendance would cause a
hardship on the family or that
further attendance would be educa
tionally unprofitable to the child.
Sec. III-19C3 All children be-,
tween the ages of 16 and 18, who
have not completed high school
must be in school or legally em
ployed. Any person firm or corpor
ation employing a child between
the ages of 14 and 18 years of age
must allow the child to attend
part time school not less than five
hours a week or 180 hours a year.
Any firm or corporation failing to
carry out the duties placed on him
by the provision of this act shall
be subject to e fine of not less than
$1D nor more than $25 for each se
By MBS. ECHO FALMATEER
Flc' and Mrs. Howard Eubanks
ore the parents of a daughter
Marlene Eleanor, weight 7 pounds,
6 ounces, born at the Pendleton
hospital, Aug. 29.
Mrs. Charles Wagner of Portland
has been visiting at the home of
her daughter, Mrs. Algott Lundell.
She returned to her home Wed
nesday when Mr. and Mrs. Ray
mond Lundell and daughter Karen
drove to Portland.
Mrs. John Rancier was hostess at
her home last Wednesday afternoon
at a large bridal shower honoring
Mrs. Earl McCabe. Many beautiful
and useful gifts were received by
the bride. A program including a
mock wedding was presented dur
ing the afternoon. In the evening
about 50 friends attended a chari
vari at the Rancier home for the
Carl W. Troedson and Walter
Rietmann spent a couDle of wpp Irs
at Ritter Hot springs, returning
Mrs. Lish Sperry of Portland vis
ited her husband over the week
end. She will teach at Newberg
again this 'winter.
The first fall meeting of the Lo
cust chapter of the O. E. S. was
held Wednesday, Sept. 5.
Mrs. Dixon Smith and children
spent last week in Portland.
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Burk and fam
ily have moved to Red Cloud,
Neb. where Mr. Burk will teach.
Mr. and Mrs. John Eubanks and
family accompanied them east, tak
ing the Burk household goods on
the Eubanks' truck last Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. Burk spent a few
days visiting Mrs. Burk's parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Burgess of Redmond
before leaving for Nebraska.
Mr. and Mrs. Bert Mason drove
to Portland last week to take their
grandchildren to their home before
Mr. and Mrs. Laxton McMurray
had as overnight guests last Fri
day, Lt. and Mrs. Wm. McMurray
and Lt. Wayne McMurray of the
air force who were on their way
to Fort Lewis to be discharged.
The two men who are brothers,
are nephews of Laxton McMurray
and have been together throughout
the entire time they have been in
service which was in the Pacific
Sgt. Jaco.b DeShazer of Madras
one of the Doolittle fliers rescued
from a Jap prison camp in Man
churia is a nephew of Henry De
Shazer who is visiting relatives in
Mrs. Mary Cunningham of Post
Falls Ida. is visiting her sister Mrs.
Elmer Griffith. Mrs. Kitty Turner
of La Grande, another sister, is al
so visiting the Griffiths.
Mr. - and Mrs. Leo Gorger and
family have returned from Walla
Walla to their ranch north of lone.
Mr. and Mrs. Norman Swanson
and sons visited Mrs. Mary Swan
son over Labor day.
A special school meeting will be
held Friday Sept. 7 at 2 p. m. at
the school house to elect a new
board member to serve the unex
pired term of Walter Dobyns who
Mr. and Mrs. Garland Swanson
and family left Monday for a short
vacation on the coast.
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Ritchie and
son were Portland visitors last
Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Ring and
Heppner Gazette Times, September 6, 1945 3
Mrs. Clarence Harris and children
left for Portland Monday. Mrs. W.
W. Smith of Portland and Sandra
Eubanks. small daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. John Eubanks accompanied
Earl McCabe MM lc left by plane
from Pendletoon Saturday for Hart
ford, Conn, where he will be sta
tioned. Francis Ely SK-c, recently dis
charged from the navy, arrived
Saturday to visit his father, George
Ely of lone and his wife, Mrs. Flo
rence Ely in Heppner.
Among the Ioneites attending the
Dress-Up parade in Pendleton Sat
urday were the Rodeo princesses
Darlene Biddle and Dorothy Berg
strom. Mr. and Mrs. Everett Keith
ley, Mr. and Mrs. Edmond Bris
tow, Mr. and Mrs. Milton Morgan,
Mr, and Mrs. Norton Lundell, Mr.
and Mrs. Art Stefani and son.
Mrs. Roy Lieuallen suffered pain,
ful burns on her right arm Satur
day when a stove at the Lieuallen
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Ware of Olyrn
pia are visiting at the home of their
daughter, Mrs. Noel Dobyns.
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Lindstrom left
Tuesday for a vacation at the beach.
Mrs. Elmer Griffith anr daughter
June went to Portland the latter
part of last week.
Mrs. .Ann Smouse of lone and
brother, Carl Troedson of Hermis
ton left Sunday for Moro to visit
at the .home of Mr. and Mrs. Orlo
Martin. From there they plan to
visit Mrs. Smouse's daughter in
law, Mrs. Paul Smouse and new
son in Spokane, and Mrs. Daisy
Hoss. of Hope Ida. Mrs. Martin and
Miss Shirlee Smouse will accom
pany them from Moro.
The Topic club will meet at the
home of Mrs. Mary Swanson, Wed
nesday, Sept. 12.Hostesses will be
Mrs. Swanson. Mrs. C. W. Swanson,
Mrs. Clel Rea and Mrs. Charles
Highways to Health
SURPRISES IN ICE CREAM
For you who must worry about
"waist lines" and "figures" ice
cream is a delightful answer. Com
pared with most foods which it
commonly replaces in the diet, ice
cream i9 not high in caloric value,
serving of ice cream contains about
200 calories, or the same as a large
baked apple, An average piece of
apple pie furnishes 300 calories, and
an ordinary serving of Brown Betty
or Angelfood cake supplies from
300 to 400 callories.
On the other hand, ice cream con
tains all the nutritive elements of
milk. It is rich in . the very best
of. proteins and contains liberal
quantities of vitamins as well as
The lone schools will open Sept.
10. Arrangements for transportation
have been practically completed.
Lunches will .be served beginning
Sept. 11 instead of Sept. 12 as pre
The lone PTA will hold a recep
tion for the lone school staff at 8
p. m. Sept. 12 at the gymnasium.
Patrons of the school are cordially
invited to attend to meet the
teachers for the coming year.
. Mr. and Mrs. Cleo Drake and
family left Tuesday of last week for
a vacation through central and
There will be another "singspira
tion" at the Baptist church at 3:30
o'clock Sunday, Sep. 9.
Miss Gladys Seehafer of Pendle
ton is spending a week's vacation
with her parents Mr. and Mrs. Wm.
Seehafer. Gladys is anurse at St.
Mrs. Mary Blake spent Monday
with Mrs. Ella Davidson.
PhMlc and Mrs. John Darst and
sons arrived Monday evening from
calcium. Its refreshing qualities and
important protective values give it
the high degree of popularity it
holds with all groups.
Still another surprise to many of
fish or seafoods can well be eaten
you is the fact that ice cream and
at the same meal. Fish is often
combined with milk in tasty dishes.
Ice cream, a milk product, can be
served at the same meal with equal
Regular use of ice cream or milk
sherbet will provide a nutritious
and delightful climax to your meals.
Use honey next time you make ice
cream. It will save your sugar and
add a subtle flavor to your dessert.
Whether or not you use honey as
an ingredient in your ice cream,
honey poured over ice cream, sprin
kled with nuts, and topped with a
garnish of cherry will make a deli
cious ice cream sundae.
HONEY ICE CREAM
2 cups miljk, 3-4 cup honey. Va
rps salt, 2 eggs 1 cup cream
Scald the milk ,add honey and
salt. Beat eggs. Pour scalded milk
into the egg mixture and stir until
well blended. Return to double boil
er and cook for three or four min
utes. Cool. Beat cream and fold in
to custard mixture. Freeze in re
frigerator. Stir once or twice while
a - ..
Miss Marguerite Glavey return
ed to her home this week-end
after spending the summer in Den
ver Colo, attending summer school.
Miss Glavey will teach in the Hep
pner school this year.
Miss Dorotha Wilson was in Hep
pner over Labor day visiting at the
home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
David Wilson. She returned to her
nursing duties in Portland Tuesday.
Select choice staple foods and fresh crisp
vegetables from pur stocks and give your
school age children the needed vitality for
doing topnotch work.
Select your gifts for that overseas package now and rest
assured tnat it will be delivered on time. We' have a nice
line from which to make your choice. '
GAMES Checkers and Board
Acey-Ducey, Playing Cards
Money Belts, Zipper Kits, Candy
Shaving Creams and Lotions
Stationery. Macazine Subscrintions
and many other suitable articles
GORDON'S DRUG STORE
John Saager, Owner