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6 Heppner Gozette Times, June 6, 1946
Staged by 4-H
Clubs of County
On of tht most successful fait
Ad achievem nt dr.y propams in
local 4-H club history care to a
clou? Saturday afternoon at ,e
parish house of All Si.ir.t; Episco
pal church, whore cl..l d
clubbers' work and demur atra'.wns
attractod i large number of is:t.rs
Awards in the various entriis ar.d
demonatrauons were made as follows:
Grand champon poster.
Way; Florence Schoonover;
Class VII -Judt,;. 27 contest-
D.viSiun II- Associate Members:
J.je ribbon ro;ip Uionda David
, n, Atin Wright, Rila Me-
Xu.kI. Ked ribbon gi oup Bobby rjoardnv
:.via, ;:ck Muiie, wanet Wright.
Do ision III-
IX-rothy Sr.ow; Jr. boy
1st. Asa Way; 2nd, Larry Lindsay.
Jr. girl champion 1st, Patsy Aiut;
Vng"t; 2nd, De-anna SieagaU.
Class II. Cooking Division 1!
Mrs. Edward Green of Portland is
visiting her mother, Mrs. Agnes
Cu.ran. Mrs. Green will be here
1 a few weeks visiting with old
iii.na wno are many as sue is a
former Heppner girl.
r.::is. :,arcn B.cket. D.anne Van
Horn, Gicioia Vecle, Patricia Drake.
.i...:ii!oen Oiwick- Division II
1 -t oiab bian variety mu-i The O. Wendell Her.bison family
iu Kia Dra.e, DCotes Draseo d .pat ted for their new home in In.
Car.et:a Olden. Lola Ann McCafce, j diana Wednesday morning. They
Jane Seehater. Division III. Lunch ha.e planned a leisurely trip
duos nut bread or sponge cake.! across the country, going the
Nancy Kerguson, Rita Mae Graves, southern route ar.d making a vaca
Baioara Stout, Bernice Huston, tion of the travel ume. Thiy will
Gratia Jliilur. be joined at RuhmoiiJ, Calif, by
Class III. Clothing. Division l,;Mr. Herbison's rwthf. Mrs. Syl
oachcior sew ine James McClin-l via Snced, who ixpccts to make
toCK. Division II, Clothing II Eliz- t her home with hr
abtth Ld wards, Vesta Cuulortu, !
Bettv Walk.r, Sally McLaughlin, I ;
June an Winkle. Diisiou ill i
Clothing III: Betty Jean Graves. ;
Division IV Clothing IV: Lorenei j
iiituied Ramona MeDai.iel. '
Br icaa. . a. uon
Mrs. Jennie Hinckley of Utah is
living the the small house of Ab
kin's. Mr. and Mrs Fred Markham of
Kennewick were Tuesday visitors
Mrs. Ellen McCoy and children
have returned from near Seattle
and are at the J. E. McCoy home
until their home is vacated. The
j Dois,. n I A L.,:ih libit pus- Jerry Buschke, Betty Lou Messen- IrrigOfl NCWS NoteS
. ' ...i i.-li. n group r loteccc iter, i lorenoe tvnoonover I Kiln -
SkV. o..ovt r, Glen Walker, Jerry, mg K..mona MoDanicl, June Van
ba.-Jii.i-, iA.r ti.y Snow. Ked rib- Winkle. Betty Jean Graves, Eliza.
L,.r. go .;p !,ir Gerard, Joan btth Edwards, Lorene Mitchell
Biwt,. Lo.ry Luidsay. Terry Cooking Eileen Biddle Ruhv Ann
iL Laugh...: V. ...:e ribbon group Riitmann, Nancy Ferguson, Carlct
h tx-rt baso.-.K!, Ei.iy Suag..!l, U Olden, Gracia Vecle. Grand
UooUj Su ac.l, Gay llarslnnan, ; cha:-:pio:i, R.onona McDaniel; al-
S:.,cy Lot.:i:., Ivan McDatikL B-'tina;e. EiLen Biddle.
S..Vy p.su.s..--. Way, Jean
'.VilKcr. i-V.-.m.a Stcga' Fatty ants- Grand chanPon. Carktta 01-
Jea:. Mc.M n, Yvonne Breeding, '1' altcrnd:e. Slout-
B.tty Lou -Messenger. j Class VIII Secretary's books. 1st,
-Mothers tattle Bakers, lone, Lola
Ann McCabe. 2nd, Happy Six Lun
cheon club, Heppner, Nancy Fer
guson; 3rd, Super Supper club.
lan. Dolores Zivnev: 4lh
awea Camixrs. Boardman.
Sr. boy champion,! Virginia Roach: 5th. Victory Sew-
Gay Harshman; Sr. girl champion ' -.g club. Heppner Lorene Mitch.
champion :C:1; 6th Cherrv Health club Hard-
man. Patsy Ann Wright, secretary
Irrigon girls that are cadet nurses Mr. and Mrs. Harry Cooper and
have finished their studies and son Billy returned to Portland last
have to nurse now until early Thursday after visiting her parents,
sluing when they will graduate. Mr. and M s. A. E. Stephens.
Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Duus spent! Fred Davis is building a service
from Thursday to Saturday in ' station and camp houses on his
Portland and vicinity. ground east of town.
Dan Heibert is building cement Mis. Marshall Markham and
blocks for his house near the Col-1 daughter Marlene went to Seattle
umbia river. . Monday to see ht r daughter La
Jack Browning is adding a porch 1 Vel!p graduate from the Northwest
to his homo in c-ntral Irrimin. i Bible school M Seattle Wednesday.
of sympathy, beautiful flowers and
cards, received In our bereavement
We sincerely thank the Ameri
can Legion for their help and (or
their beautiful and impressive
Anne C- Smouse and family
J. A. Carlson and family
i . . , . . I rl art. St-:.!!; Qiw.nt ill.. Mi-mnr.
Frcd Davis family Have it rented. I .. ,in ff lett f U,a"ae 1 SLmJ in P with Iw .
.Monday, tie nas purcnasea a name, ' . ,
CARD OF THANKS
We wish to thank our friends
and neighbors for their kindness
and words of sympathy, and also
for the floral offerings, in our late
Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Thompson
Mrs- Joe Hughn had as guests
the past week a former school
mate, Mrs. Sam Bartow of Spo
kane, and Mrs. Bartow's mother.
Mrs- T. J. Kearns of Salem. Mrs.
Kearns accompanied her daughter
Mr- and Mrs. Harvey Warner and
there and is getting ready to move i
4-,,,..k....v .I.-:- i
uuu.uii.-i9 miu uicu iiuuav KUUSIS ' -e
r,. n:.i,.,n j I "P
and Mrs. Edwin Schnnleraff .nrl I Land and daufiht"
two daughters spent Sunday with
Mrs Warner's parents, Mr- and
Mi's. A. W. Boulware in Hermis-
Loraine of Portland spent a lew
days with her mother Mrs- Nora
Betty Acock and Lueile Jones
Mrs r.r. Alm.i,t of Por.l,,d 1 sPenl a lew, aays m roruana, le-
visiting friends in Irrigon. 1 Ulrnine Fridi,y morning.
,, , i Mr- and Mrs. J. A. Slioun and
Mrs. Jim Philhps is visiting her Jud - t xhursc)ay in Walla
daughter Mrs. Robert Sprague at yi-aua
Mrs. Vernon Jones is very much
improved since she got rid of her
Mrs. Alice Haverboin, Mrs. Min
nie Fraser and Maxine and Mrs.
James Henderson went to Echo
Fred Adams has finished his;
apartments and is adding a wash
Mr. and Mrs. P- B. Rand and sons !
were in Portland from Saturday!
until Tuesday. J
Miss Lois Markham has been at
home for over a week from the
.n and family. Deaconess hospital in Spokane. The !
Mrs- Cecil Stevens and other relatives-Mr.
and Mrs. Lee Sioith went to
Walla Walla Monday to visit his
daughter Mrs. Terisa Henry and
CARD OF THANKS
To the many friends of our be
loved brother and uncle, Carl F.
Troedson, we desire to express our
heartfelt thanks for the expressions
MR. CHARLES LYDEN
Dupler's Fur Expert
Will Be in Our Store
TUESDAY & WEDNESDAY
JUNE 11 and 12 ONLY
Class IV. Stvie review. Division I
leuur.g II: Vesia Cutsiorth, Sally
McLaughlin. Division II Clothing i
I III: Betty Jan Graves-
Class V- Demonstrations. Divis- j
1 i-.-n II, clothing: Giani champion,:
I Vesta Cutstorth, June Van Winkle; j
Ann McCabe. Kubv Ann Rietmann;i
Ano follow instructions in j Alternate m st in cooking. Lola
Ot B.I1 Blot Book. To fct your copy j Eecond cookir.g. Nancy lerguson,
cna 10c with your Dime nd dJr to ' Barj. jra stout-
Class VI. Record book cootest.
Ktald-. P.obert Buschk Asa Way,
UU IROTHtRJ COWFAMY, K.-jntie, Iml.
SAND AND GRAVEL
Good clean Umatilla sand and gravel
for concrete and cement work.
Ca!M434 Heppner, Oregon
Now that warm weather is here
may we suggest that you bring
your custom killing to us.
We are equipped to process your
meat from the time it arrives at
our killing plant through to the
locker room or your kitchen.
We will hove delicious young fry
ers on sale this week-end. Shop
at this one stop market and save
both time and money.
Yes sir, Dad's bound to go for a
tie or so from Wilson's because
he's an expert. He likes the
non-wrinkle fabrics, the hand
some patterns, the neat colors.
You will lo&e that puzzled ex
pression when you read our
menu. It is easy to order
I meaj here, for no matler
wtitt yu select you are bound
to be satisfied.
Join the well-fed ranks
by taking your meals at
STAR LHE3 REPORTER
Show Starts at 7:30. Matlneei livery Sunday, 1 p. m. . 3 p. m-
Iii ':om(::o,(.e with thf; Federal Tux P.t-qulren.ent, Children's AcimlflHlons apply
fenly to thon under the l,'ul age A 12.
Selected Short Subjects With All Program!
Program Subject to Change Watch lucal newnp.ipor for weekly announcement.
Friday and Saturday
Hold That Blonde
E'ldic iJ arkin, Vi-ronira I-akc, Albert Dt'kjier
'o.-njily ni c'i!niJic;itions ;n Bracken's funniest
-June 7th and 8th
Call of the Prairie
Hupsilotig Cas;,idy reissue.
SUN., MON., TUES., WED., JUNE 9, 10, 11 and 12
Bing Crosby and Ingrid Bergman in
THE BELLS OF ST. MARY'S
Bing win as "la:htr 0'M;il!i y" who captured your hetirt in "GOING MY WAY" and
Iiu;nd iiciimiin at, a woman of t?n.it h'-'tiit and warm cluirm. The perfect show for the
vntiie fi-mi y. So that eve ryone will have on orijiortunity to ace thin great film, we arc
hhuwu.t- ji 'ojr iii.ys.
Thursday Only, June 13th
T.woik1 Pow r and Nancy Kelly
e-ii .i of i lie all-time favorite action film-
IC-CSa A:".- Y?iSi
fj BRING YOUR FUR COAT Iff
(lj - TO MR. LYDEN FOR f'
f EXPERT ADVICE ON . . .
V GEORGE ROBESON
A WINS INDIANAPOLIS
M RACE AT AVERAGE
TSh S 114.8 M. P. H.
,4r:.; ;i si's u.
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BRING YOUR FUR COAT
- TO MR. LYDEN FOR "
EXPERT ADVICE ON . . ,
1 tie worlds lintit tur dealing and rejuvenating
process, tviore limn just a cleaning, inure than
juit a glazing ... A 'livlili ivi:VllALiZLiG.
Cleans your turs scientihcally yn costs no more
and sometimes less than ordinary cleaning.
A change here and mere on ihe sleeve, collar, or
a little more padding in the shoulder will help
convert your old fur coat to a new 1 947 model.
Dupler's fur expert will tell you how.
In the finest protective vaults anywhere. While
in storage your, furs receive the constant cure of,
expert furriers . . . plus periodic inspection and
SHE THE TREMENDOUS SELECTION OF
Bi.'AND NEW FUR COAIS LYDEN
BRINGS WITH HIM. CHOOSE YOURS Willi
ONLY $5 DEPOSIT TO HOLD YOUii CHOICE
. . . Fi:EE STORAGE UNTIL FALL!
XREGULAR PRICE J
Anderson & Wilson
THE thrilling Indianapolis 500-miIe S fcpufatcei Ti
equal to 50,000 miles of ordinary drh : ,(;. And this
vear, for the twenty-third consecutive tin e, Firestone
Tires were on the winning car.
Imagine the punishment those tire ; i k as they
pounded and pulled over the grinding tcari tg, blistering
pavement at speeds far faster than you v, i ever drivel
Could you ask for any more convinc evidence of
extra safety and extra wear?
When you buy new tires, remember t iat your lifo
may depend on their safety. Why tak ; d ances when
Firestone De Luxe Champions cost ivi more than
ordinary tires? Come in and see the i ;vy rayon cord
Firestone De Luxe Champion Tires to. !:.,
Raron cord bodlra In th n.40 and larirr, csrra-f ;
cord bodlt In inuIlM aliM until ui.r von
DP TO 55 STIIONGn
New Rxyon Sftl.
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SKID ANGLES New
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Tldti extra protection
OP TO S? tONGER
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ni Vitnmic Kuhber
smrci extra protcc
tlon ocainit weather
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