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2 Heppncr Gozette Times, September 12, 1946
EDITORIAL . . '.
It Was a Good Show
It s i roc J s-hPw cnc of the best ever ac
cordinc to expressions beard on even' corner or
uherrver a firoup of Rodeo visitors happened to
he discussing the show. There as entertain
ment for ail and aside from accidents on the first
day, due to wet weather, the program went off
Due to conflicting dates with other shows, not
as many top hands put in appearance this year as
lait, hut the hoys who did appear were willing
and worked hard to make a real show of it. Their
sportsmanship rates high praise from the associa
tion and all the cash customers.
To the Rodeo directors let it be said that theirs
has not been a thankless task. Words of praise
for the condition of the grounds and the general
conduct of the show have come from every side.
It was hard work, expensive work, and none but
the ungrateful will hesitate to commend these
public spirited men for their enterprise in pre
paring a place for the public at large to spend a
few pleasant hours.
Lack of space forbids proper comment on the
lrrij;on band which provided music for the show
Friday and Saturday. Briefly, let us say "keep
your eye on this splendid organization. It's going
All Good Things
Come To An End
With the beginning of school the Heppner Mar
ket is forced lo di:continue an every day delviery
service until daily delivery service becomes
Regular three-day service will be
made each Monday, Thursday
and Saturday, leaving at 10 a. m.
for downtown and at 3 p. m. for
IN THE PRICE OF '
Holmes & Edwards Inlaid Silverplate
(3REAT NEWS for so many women who are de
termined to wait for the famous silver-plate ,
that's Sterling Jnlaid Holmes & Edwards! The
manufacturers have announced that they plan
no price increases during 1946, despite mount
ing costs in every phase of silverware production.
This means we can continue to make regular de
liveries of this fine silverplate at no change in
We'll be happy to advise you in the selection of
your Holmes & Edwards pattern.
The average wage I get
Cor doing all kinds of
work in 57,000 homes is
only 3A cents an hourl
(Eight out of nine PUDs
distributing Bonneville power
receive a higher average
price per kilowatt-hour,)
Pacific Power & B-ighft
Your Business-Managed Power System
ALL SAINTS CmUCH
Neville Blunt, Minister
Holy Communion 8 a. tn.
Church school 9:45 a. m.
Holy Communion 1 a. m.
Y. P. F. 6:30 p. m.
W. A. Friday. 2:30 p. m. in the
ncudes All rh.s. L
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MOTOR CO. I
Your Firestone Dealer I
n Regular Weekly
r AnnA nn
25c a pick up
jj per week
1 CECIL HICKS
! For special service
8 Phone 682
Coal producers anticipate a
For that reason
39 SW Dorion Avenue
I I will not be responsible for
bills conlracted by anyone but
myself. Mary Wallace., 24-25p
BRUCE FLOOR CLEANER
EXTENSION AND HEATER
KELLOGG KOI LED HEATER
CHROME BATHROOM FIX
TURES Heppner Hardware
and Electric Company
0velfaie o Romance
An ultra-feminine, faintly spicy
perfume that delights the senses
as swiftly as a lovely melody.
A fragrance that will inspire
second looks and, perchance,
NEW SHIPMENT OF TABLE MODEL
lit" ' V' - y
Farnsworfh - Crosley
Make your old radio into a radio-phonograph
combination' with our Admiral
Automatic Record Player $29.00.
Case Furniture Company
Report to people who are waiting for tslerjlione service
. ,.j 0ionhones almost
WeVT st ever before..,
to Ice as tosi u
but orders keep pounng
More than 324,000 telephones have been added on the Pacific
Coast in the first full year since the war. During the first half
of 1946 we added telephones almost twice as fast as ever before.
Still, there is a tremendous job yet to be done. The Pacific
Coast is continuing to grow rapidly. New applicants, for tele
phone service have been pouring in at double the rate a year
But we are doing our best to catch up. Mil
lions of dollars worth of new equipment is on
You may be certain that we will bring you
your telephone just as soon as wc possibly
can. Thank you for your patience.
The Pacific Telephone and Telegraph Company
West Willow Street Telephone Heppner 5
U FROCKS fJs
artful new hipline
Dreuet with a tnis8!on"in lLfo to
, carve you an artful curve. Rich black
or jewel-toned rayon crepes with
tunica, ruffles, peplums, drapes, ewags.
Misses', women's, juniors' sizes. "J QQ
WHAT'S NEW FOR SATURDAY!
Men's Towncrofr White Shirrs 2.49
With the popular button down collars Sanforized
Cotton Plaid Sheet Blankets . 1.80
Look ahead to those cold nights.
36-inch Outing Flannel 24c yd.
Gowns and Pajamas 1.55 to 2.18
Plain Colors and Fancy Patterns.
For o long laitlng
prion now for
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That new hair-style you are look- styling ability with technical
ing forward to must have the expertness. Vi'e use equipment and
proper foundation-a soft, natural, supplies made bv NVtle - 'he
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AUCE FROCK Operators NUCHA MIU.KIt
ALICE'S BEAITY SHOP
If you are one of those fortunate
enough to have canning sugar you
are doubly lucky for we have a fine
ine of canning fruits : Prunes, Pears,
Peaches. But if you are like most of
us have no canning sugar you will
enjoy eating the fresh fruits and veg
etables. Our assortment includes
Pickling Cucumbers, Gravenstein
Apples, Grapes, Squash, Fresh Corn,