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A Heppncr Gozette Times, June 13, 1946
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i day to visit m it daughter. Mrm. ' w
Mr. and Mra. Oscar Breeding ; Cecil Jones. They were acoompan-
wr called to Pendleton Saturday j "d by hiizabeth Edwards.
on mount of the cprious illness of
their daughter, Mrs. Frieda Vat
thewa. Mr and Mrs Clayton Haskins
and on Roy of Spokane visited
last week at the A- M Edwards
Mr. and Mrs William Ludwig
and son Curtis have gone to Port
land on a vacation.
Mrs. Etta Hunt left Saturday to
return to her home in Portland- i
A. M. Edwards spent Wednesday
Mr. and Mrs. William Van Wink
le and family have returned from
cationing for the past week-
CAKD OF THANKS
Please accepts our thanks for the
Ritter where they have been va-1 many kindnesses, expressions of
Mr. and Mrs. Ted McMillan and and Thursday in Portland on busi-
for this week only
See us for your
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that look much better
than their price ...
dean-cat printed foulards that suggest exclusive origin.
Wooly textured tropical gabardines will appeal to the
sportsman. So will the lively tropical motifs in the rayon
Jacquaxd allies I.
WASCO at ION E
Sunday, June 16
at 2 p. m.
50c, Tax Inc.
Grangers Grow Social Crops
THE GRANGE labored for many years
to have the graduated income tax enacted (in 1930) as
an amendment to the State constitution.
Reasons: The Grange believes that taxes should ba
levied in direct proportion to ability to pay; that the
major cost of government should not be borne by
Results: Many millions of dollars have been saved
farmers and others through direct relief from prop
Projects of this nature are as vital a part of Grange:
activities as better agriculture itself. That is why 28,000
progressive farmers belong to the Oregon State Grange
why membership continues to grow why thf
Grange is a dominant force for social progress.
Information about the purpose
and accomplishments of the Ore
gon State Grange is contained ia
a booklet "Let's Look at the
Record". Contact your local
Grange for copy, or write direct.
CMSOil STATE GRMSGE
Ef , -yri-S 1135 S. L Salmon St, Portland 14, Oregoe
TO OREGON FARMERS
You will loe that puzzled ex
pression when you read our
menu. It is easy to order
I meal here, for no matter
what yeu select you are bound
to be satisfied.
Join the well-fed ranks
by takint your meals at
SEE : : Aldric
lone - Oregon
sympathy, and for the beautiful
Mrs. Alma E. Morgan
Gas & Air
FID1XIS I N REIN, Editor
Howdy Folks: Next Sunday is Fa
ther's day. You know what a mod
ern father is. He's a man who's
wired for cash.
In that connection, many a fa
ther is suffering from a touch
of the sun.
Any one who ever gave the right
size shirt on Father's day would
have a fit.
We heard of one father who
claimed that bad weather con- '
anions man i ciiect me crop oi k-
wua oais in ine icasi.
Of course it's all right to growi a
crop of wild oats so long as you
don't have them threshed out in
Fathers and sons both like to
use our Motor Service.
We have a lot of women customers,
too. Why can't we have a talk with
you, if you're not already a cus
Give Your Car a Real Break
Drive around to the corner of May and Chase streets in
Heppner and treat it to a
COMPLETE SHELL SERVICE JOB
And if you want your motor to deliver longer and peppier
miles, fill your tank with Shell Premium gasoline.
REMEMBER-We carry U. S. Royol Tires and give tire
service. Phone 682 for either Plant or Station.
Farley's Service Station
James Farley, Proprietor
PflB k?M WWT'ST' " . A
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STAR nn REPORTER
Show Btarti at T:30. autism Braty Bonaay, 1 p. m. I p. m.
In compliance wtth the Federal Tax Requirement, Chlldran'a AdmlMlona apply
only to those under the legal age of 11
Selected Short Subjects With SJ1 Profrania
Program Subject to Chain Watch local newspaper for weekly announcement.
Friday and Saturday, June 14-15
She Wouldn't Soy Yes
Ko .'Hind Russell, Lee Bowann, Charles
Romantic comedy with fun galore.
Bandits of the Badlands
In an adventurous Western
Sunday and Monday, JunelG-17
Tuesday, June 18
A Letter for Evie
Marsha Hunt, John Carroll, Spring Bying-
ton, Hume Cronyn
Cupid carries the mail in this heart-warm,
Wednesday and Thursday, June 19-20
The Lost Week-end
Ray Milland, Jane Wvman, Phillip Terry
ACADEMY AWARD WINNER FOR BEST
ACTOR AND BEST PICTURE OF THE
YEAR! The most realistic story ever to
come to the screen. Adapted from Charhs
R. Jackson's provocative novel.
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bear lle much (rule u
the national average . .
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mountain! neitle minei and
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. . . where forciti yield the
nation'! largeit lumber lup.
ply . . . where electric pow.
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. . . where waterwayi yield
rich commercial njhing and
A land where you can take
a relaxlnn "vacation" every
week-end . . . where the lea,
the mountain beauty, the
iwiltina riven are at your
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J WE'RE milliG I
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and friendly neighbora . . .
where peorle are content,
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intelligent . . . where city,
vlllaee and farm are united
In Jetermlnallon lhat the
rlchca of ihclr landa ihall
go oul to help America live
.... . ia , ((frfl tmHi,i H '
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