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A Heppner Gozette Times, June 20, 1946
IONC NEWS NOTES
Shirley are visiting at the Orlo
Martin bom In Mora.
Billy Logan of Arlington visited
hi (utcr Mr. Ray Bamett over
Mn C. G Henderson of Seattle
I visiting at the home of her dau
ghter, Mn E. M Baker.
At the regular grange meeting
Saturday nit'ht two candidates mere
given the third and fourth degree.
Mr. William Zintrr is visiting
her mother Mrs. E- Cowan in San
Mr. and Mrs Dale Ray visited
with their daughter and family, Mr.
and Mrs. Lester Goodrich at Lyle
Wash, last week. Another daughter.
rk?H CAPS, LIDS
And follow instructions in
Um Ball Blue Book. To set your copy
enJ 10c with your name and address to
Ul MOTHER! COMPANY, Muncie, Ind.
.Miss Gladys Breasher of Los An-
g.i.s also visaed there.
Hui:h Drossier of California ar
ved in lone last Saturday to work
Mr and Mrs. Leslie Roundy and
family ci la Grande are visiting
Vacation daily Bible school own
ed Monday morning (or a two week
session at the Cooperative church
with an enmlimont of around 30.
done early. Bring hangers
HERE'S YOUR SHELL
1. Complete Shellub
rication 2. Experienced man
to take care of mi
3. Car washing and
4. Tire repairing
5. Vacuum Cleaning
Plant or Station Phone 6S2
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You can travel to the far parts of the world ... those
Interesting places you've heard about and always wanted
to see . . . and you'll have untold adventures that go
hand-in-hand with extensive travel!
Here is the Complete Story!
A 3-year enlistment, or reenlisrment, in the Regular Army
er.Mles you to your choice of branch of service and overseas
th:- re. YouH be paid a salary that compares favorably with
th- . earned in most civilian occupations, and you'll receive
f r " -nonth furlough with pay every year. In addition, while
jc. i enjoying travel in the lands you've wanted to see, you'll
be irning the right to a four-year college education. You'll
hi. j the opportunity to study such advanced course as Radar,
Electronics, Atomic Science, Jet Propulsion and other course.
June 30th Last Day!
In o-der to retain your present grade in the Regular Army yo
mu.t reenlist within 90 days after discharge or before July 1,
K:s. And if you have a family and dependent, you can enlist
be'-.re July 1, 1946 and make sure the Family. Allowance will
be ontinued for your enlistment period.
C ck these Additional Benefits!
1st 00 reaoUstroent bonus (or each year of ictivt ferries, pro-rldlni rMS
lmn-.cnt it within 90 days sfttr last discbsrjs and be tors July I, 1946.
TJp to 90 days Pd furlough, depending on length of terries, with trSTtl ptid t
ex? and return, for men reenlisting within prescribsd tims aftsr dlacbarge.
SO cays furlough each raar with full par.
All benefits under CI Bill of Rights, including four run collage sducatloal
at government eapensa.
Hut mati-r other benefits which sccrus with length of aerrlca.
Cat All the Facts at
Your Nearest Army
V. S. POST OFFICE
FOR THE YOUNGER SET
Boys, Sqort Sets . 1.95 to 4.98
Sturdy shirt and slack set, short
sleeved open-collared shirt.
Girls' Play Suits . . . 2.98
Cool cotton play suits cut to admit
the sun. Cute, too, in gay prints.
Short Story, For Girls . 1.98
Gay, Summer shorts in sturdy twill,
bright, colors, Sanforized!, 7 to 14.
Boys' Swimming Trunks . 1.49
With full lining, draw string waist.
Child's Gay Swim Suits . 98c
One piece, with applique.
IShrinkage will not exceed 1.
Casual comfort in wedged
platform play shoes; in airy
fabrics; smart, neat colors.
tx for HER
Soft, cushiony-wedge styles;
Cool, parous fabrics, in white
to match Summer costumes.
You will lose that puzzled ex
pression when you read our
menu. It is easy to order
a meal here, for no matter
wliat you select you are bound
to be satisfied.
Join the well-fed ranks
by taking your meals at
SEE : : Aldrich Bros.
lone . - Oregon
Gas & Air
FIDELIS irNHEIX, Editor
Howdy Folks: One difference be
tween a June bride and an old
maid is the bride has had a wed
ding march while the old maid
hasn't even had an overture.
The tragedy of a June bride's
life, though, is when she realizes
how few new dresses she ran
buy on what the poor dimwit
Of course some times the marriage
, dot sn't work because the bride has
As one of our customers says,
men want won.cn and women
i want diamonds and that keeps
i die men on the rocks.
i " " I
: Which, we suppose so often makes
th state of matrimony entirely
j You can save a lot of your
capital by taking advantage of
our saving services. We always
strive to give you the most for
Try our brake service.
Free Gift Offer
Free Picture of Your. Baby
We have made arrangements with Silver Rose Studio
of Portland, Oregon, and invite you to have a beautiful
miniature portrait of your baby taken at our store. We
have made arrangements for an expert photographer to
MONDAY AND TUESDAY--JUNE 24-25 ONLY
No age limit. Family groups invited. All portraits tak
en on approval. If after seeing your proofs, you wish to
have more pictures other than the free one, we will ap
preciate your patronage. We repeat. You are under
no obligation. Tell your friends. To avoid confusion,
phone. Remember the time, the place is
Case Furniture Company
Phone 862 Heppner, Oregon
I Phone 1242
AND INSECT SPRAY
Why Not Clean
Brush and Spray
General Delivery Heppner
STAR nn REPORTER
Show Btaiti at 7:30. Matinees Every Bandar, 1 p. m 3 p. m.
In compllunt-e with Ihe Frderal Tax Requirement, Children's Admission apply
enly to those unUor the lal age of 12.
Salectad Short Subjacts With Ail Programs
Program Snbleot to Change Watch local newspaper for weekly announcement.
Friday and Saturday, June 21-22
Wanderer of the Wasteland
Basid on ZANE GREY'S widely read west
Sing Your Way Home
Jack Haley, Marcy McGuire, Glenn Vernon
in. a bright film with catchy tunes.
Tuesday, June 25
Girl of the Limberlost
Gene Straton Porter's
with a cast of
Sunday and Monday, June 23-24
Barbara Stanwyck, George Brent,
H. r reputation was the talk of the town!
A film that embodies ell tlie tlcuK-nts of
Wednesday and Thursday, June 211-27
Randolph Scott, Ann Dvorak,
Ernest Haycox' "Trail Town" is made into
a pleasant action (ilm of the Great Plains.
MARCH OF TIME: TOMORROW'S
The dramatic history of Mexico's struggle
W ..,, A
THIS CITY OF 12,000 SPRANG UP LAST YEAR
...can you name it?
Of course you can't, because it doesn't really exist all 'in one places
Part of it is right in your own community. But if you put together all
the 3,039 new homes served in' the past year by the PP&L, you'd have a
city of over 12,000 inhabitants.
Population growth like this means that there's greater business acti
vity in the region. For example, in the last 12 months alone PP&L has
connected up 84 new industries and 638 new commercial establishments.
This all adds up to the impressive
evidence of continued and healthy growth
of the progressive region which PP&L
has been helping to develop since 1910.
CHEAP AND ABUNDANT POWER
tor a growing roglon
Today PP&L it supplying 64 mon poww
than in 1940, mid tht avimgt frit U
rtceitm bat dropptd 27.
Pasiak Sight - Company
Ymr Partus In Progress