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2 Hcppner Gazette Times, September 19, 1946
EDITORIAL . .
In vie of the housing shortage, every en
couragement should be given, especially to the
veterans, to hail J homes. The situation is tough
for the ex -CI who as led to believe that condi
tions for mm ould be better than they have
turned out to be and at least he should be told
that he can get the essential building materials as
well as most of the plumbing and lighting sup
plies. This roir" as emphasized by a former ser
vice man this week. Engaged in the retail lumber
business, he is in a position to know that the
building outlook is improving for the veterans
and he urged his listeners to encourage them to
build rather than throw cold water on their plans
by always bringing up the question of being un
able to buy building materials.
Heppner needs more housing in spite of the
fact that several houses and numerous apart
ments have been constructed in recent months.
If the GI can get building materials, would it not
be wise to aid him in securing them, and the
workmen to do the job, rather than discouraging
Jane Huston Weds
William Rawlins in
In a garden ceremony against a
background of flowers, Miss Jane
Huston, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Claud Huston, became the bride
of William Edward Rawlins at a
4 o'clock sen-ice Sunday afternoon
at the Huston ranch home south
of lone. The Rev. Eugenia P. Coats,
aunt of the bride and a returned
missionary from Guatemala, now
of Dallas, Ore, officiated.
Lovely in her mother's wedding
gown of white net over satin, the
bride carried white gladiolas with
rosebud centers and wore a fufl
length veil fastened with a crown
of rosebuds. Mrs. Harold Gaines,
Portland, sister of the bride, was
mauvn of honor and wore a prin
cess st&yle gown in rose velvet
and carried a nosegay of pink
rosebuds. Attendants of the bride
were her cousin. Miss Betty Phil
lips, Portland, and Miss Dorothy
Larkdn, Monro. Miss Phillips
wore powder blue taffeta and Miss
Larkin wore powder blue net Both
carried nosegays of pom-pom as
ters. Mrs. Huston, mother of the
bride, wore a black lace afternoon
dress with a corsage of tea roses.
The bride was given in marriage
by her father. Tom Huston, bro
ther of the bride, was best man.
Mrs. C C- Dunham sang "O Pro
mise Me," accompanied by Mrs.
Charles O'Connor, who also play
ed the wedding music
A reception was served to over
COBWEBS FOR PROTECTION
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Taken In Portland
Miss Kingsley Chapin, daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Ambrose Chapin,
v former Heppner residents now of
Portland, became the bride of
Charles L. Hodge Jr., son of
Charles L." Hodge Sr., Heppner, at
marriage services held at 8 o'clock
this evening at Grace Memorial
church in Portland. Father Even
son performed the ceremony.
Miss Chapin, a graduate of Hep
pner high school, has been em
ployed in Portland as chief clerk
for the Underwood Typewriter
company. Mr. Hodge, a graduate
of Pasco, Wash., high school, serv
ed five and one half years in the
I navy following his graduation,
Following a honeymoon on the
coast, the young couple will live
in Heppner. Mr. Hodge will be
come a partner in the Hodge Che
vrolet Co. as a wedding gift from
his father, Charles Hodge Sr.,
owner. He was formerly in charge
of the parts department
Among Heppner people at the
marriage service were - Wanda
Hodge, Charles Hodge Sr., Mrs. J.
W. Hiatt, Mrs. Doris Gaily, Mr
and Mrs. Paul Hisler and daugh
ters, Mr. and Mrs. D. A. Wilson
Mrs. Alva Jones, Mrs. Harlan Mc-
Curdy, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth
Hoyt Mr. and Mrs. James Bar
ratt MiSs Rosetta Healy, Don Ben
nett and Mr. and Mrs. Bill Buck-num.
MISS GADEKEN HONORED
AT BRIDAL SHOWER H
Miss Grace Gadeken was com
plimented with a bridal shower at
the Methodist church parlors Wed
nesday evening given by ladies of
the church. A large group of
friends were present for an eve
ning of games, refreshments sod
presentation of gifts. Mrs. Elizabeth
Gadeken, mother of the honoree,
was also present
Mrs. Ray Drake and Mrs. Lucy
Rodgers poured at the tea table.
Mrs. Charles Vaughn, Mrs. Elbert
Cox and Mrs. Cornett Green serv
ed on the refreshment committee
and Mrs. George Corwin and Mrs,
E. O. Ferguson were in charge of
the entertainment Nancy Fergu
son gave a humorous reading.
Miss Marie Healy, who has been Mr. and Mrs. Carl Grief of Cn
a patient in St Anthony's hospital ion town, Wash, were guests of Mr.
in Pendleton for the past two and Mrs- James Valentine from
weeks, is reported to be improving. Saturday to Tuesday.
Miss Marjorie Sims returned for
visit with her aunt and uncle.
Dr. and Mrs. A. D. McMurdo, af
ter spending part of her vacation
with relatives in Pendleton and at
tending the Round-Up. Miss Jo
sephine Price of Corvallis, a col
lege friend of Miss Sims, Is also a
guest at the McMurdo home.
The royal court of this year's
Heppner rodeo were special guests
at the Grant county fair in John
Day Thursday. Te court includes
Queen Darlene I and princesses
Gwen Coleman, Jean Hanna, Betty
Smethurst and Betty Lovgren. The
girls were escorted by Mrs. Wil
liam Smethurst of Lexington.
A Navy destroyer-escort, attached to the inactive fleet, is
shown "iipped-up" for peace, at Green Cove Springs, Fla. As pro
tection against rust, the two forward gun mounts are spun with
film-like coverings made of special plastic. oaeiti arj FJwt.msa
50 friends and relatives following
the service. The bride and groom
cut the first piece of the three
tiered wedding cake with a minia
ture wedding couple. Pink snap
dragons decorated the tea table
Mrs. Ben I. Phillips of Portland,
aunt of the bride, served and Mrs.
E. R. Huston poured.
Out-of-town guests were Mr
and Mrs. Herman Parker of Pasco,
Wash., Mrs. Phillips and daughter,
Miss Phillips, and Mr. and Mrs.
Harold Gaines of Portland.
The young couple left for the
coast on a wedding trip and will
live in Corvallis where Mr. Raw
lins will attend Oregon State college-
Pre-War Values Have turned
In Silver Plated Flatware
We have a new shipment of popular priced silver
plated flatware made by Colony Products Corp.
Arnett pattern pre-war quality heavy silver
plated on 1 8 per cent nickel base, priced at $1 4.
service for six, including chest.
Cornwall pattern pre-war quality silver plat
ed on 18 per cent nickel base, priced at $12.25.
Service for six, with chest.
ALL SAINTS CHURCH
Archdeacon Neville Blunt
Holy Communion 8 s,,m.
Church school 9:45.
Y. P. F. Bible study 10 a. m.
Morning prayer 11 a. m.
Wednesdays, Holy Communion
10 a. m.
CHURCH OF CHRIST
Joe Jewett, Minister
Bible school 9:45. C. W. Barlow,
Morning worship 11. Communion
and preaching. Sermon topic: "A-
bound m This Grace."
Christian Endeavor 7 p. m.
Evening evangelistic service
o'clock. Sermon topic: "Loyalty to
Choir practice Thursday evening
at 7. Everett Smith, director. Mid-
wees prayer meeting at 8 p. m.
Sunday evening, Sept 29. we will
show two of the sound motion pic
tures on the Life of Paul. There
will be five shown during the win
ter to prepare us for the Bible
school lessons on the life of Paul
The public is cordially invited to
come and see these pictures.
YOUR FALL BULBS ARE HERE!
In single and mixed shades. Priced at
mail order levels. Limited quantity,
so get them now.
The Flower Shop
CUinilnf it your first Duty te
Beauty. Soil Adsorbing cleanter gives
you that fresh dew cleanliness pro
mote! your good looks and provide a
fine beauty foundation for tlio day.
Soil ADsorbing Cleanser
$1.00 $1.50 $1.93
Alice's Beauty Shop
NOTICE OF SALE
THKEB SWELLING HOUSES IN HEPPNER
On Septambar 21st 1S48. at the hour ot 11:00 A. M. at the Law Office
of J. O. Turner in Heppner. Oregon, I will offer for sale at Public Auc
tion, Lots 6 ft T of Block one (1) Ayers' First Addition to the City of
Heppner. Oregon, to the highest bidder for cash. Lots to be offered In
two parcel tha West 76 feet of both lots In one parcel, and the East 60
feet of both lots In one parcel. I reserve the right to reject any and all
By J. O. Turner, Attorney.
Announcing The Opening Of
Friday, September 30
with a stock of attractive
Ladies' Dresses, Blouses, Skirts, Sweaters
Children's Dresses, Skirts, Sweaters, Jerkin Suits,
Case Building, Corner Main and Center, Heppner
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Everything hinges on good health. Take care to preserve
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Attorney at Law
Turner, Van Merter j. 0. PETERSON
and Company Latest Jewelry and Gift Goods
, . . Watches, Clocks, Diamonds
Expert Watch & Jawelry Repairing
Phelps Funeral Home
Tlasand Fmeral Directors
Phoaa m HectmoT, Ore.
Heppner City Council
Meets M Monday Back Month
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Abstract 4V Title Co.
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A rears te Credit Information
F. B. Nickerson
Phone 11 Heppner
DR. S. E. ALLEN
226 Byers St Pendleton, Ore.
1st and 3rd Wednesdays of each
month at Dr. R. C. Lawrence's
Office In Heppner
OK Rubber Welders
FRANK ENGKRAF, Prop.
First class work guaranteed
Located In the Kane Building
North Main St. Heppner, Ore.
Dr. L. D. Tibbies
Physician k Surgeon
First National Bank Building
Baa. Ph. 1162 Ofttoe Ph. 402
A. D. McMurdo, M. D.
PHYSICIAN It SURGEON
Trained Nurse Assistant
Office in Masonic Building
Dr. C. C. Dunham
Office up stsirs L O. O. F. Bid,
Housh sails made
Boom Phone 2383 Office 2572
Blaine E. Isom
AU Kinds of
Phene 723 Heppner. Ore.
Visit the So no
Careful audiometry test
shows the kind and extent
of hearing loss and Sono
tone "600" correction. No
obligation. Come inl
Saturday, September 21
T. C. DOWNS
Citeiftd Soiattmt Count Uml
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Becket,
Mrs. Fred Parrish and Mrs. Claude
Buschke and son Bob drove to The
Dalles Friday and returned Saturday.
Leave your orders
for coal at the
or the CO-OP
and many other entertaining events.
8 p. m. Saturday at the Fair Grounds
Lots of Fun For All
Case Furniture Co.