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6 Hcppncr Gazette Times, October 17, 1946
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The Vr.ivcriTv (.f Orpnn chap
ter of A!ha IX !ta ii:ma, men's
nations r,rofrvMin;il advertising
iwotfnjtion fr&! mity, pledpod six
mrn to it proup recently, one of
vhom hails from Htppner. Fledp
d ' D"n Joms. sn Mr. and
Mri. Alva W. Jones. Jones, a sen
ior, is majoring in business administration.
Mrs. Edward Bucknum, poprie
tor of the Flower Shop, is spend
ing week in Portland attending
florist's design school. During her
absence Mrs. Richard Hayes is in
charge of the shop.
Avoid Annoyance And Discomfort
due to a clogged septic tank or cesspool.
I have purchased a tank pump and am in
position to give prompt, efficient service.
1007c Curled Chicken Feather Sleeping
Bags . . . Stockmen's Bed Sheets 7x15
WATER PROOF HORSE BLANKETS
Loyd Bros. Saddle Co.
John Deere Hydraulic
Eliminates Lever L,if ting and
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Lifts . . Lowers . . Regulates
Integral and Drawn Equipment
Braden Tractor and
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J? f -ixl, ' ; jit, '
. . . and so many of them!
Loose-swinging classics, fitted, styles 24.75
with sparkling belts. Wools, wool blends,
fleeces. 10-20, 9-17, 38-42.
g Soft dressmaker styles with tie-front 29.75
waistlines, simple cardigan neckline. Wools,
knit fleeces. 10-20, 9-17.
l'ure wools in. tile popular, short fitted. 26.00
louse-swinging styles. Nail Head trims Mis
ses', Junior sizes.
Rural Mail Service SO Years Old
daughter June to Pendleton Mon
day to return to school at St Jos
The regular meeting of the P-TA
will be held Monday night Oct. 21
at the school. The program will be
in charge of the Camp Fire girls.
Everyone is invited.
Mi's. Nettie Davis and son James
returned Sunday from a two
weeks vacation spent in Yakima
Rev. Elbert Moreland and
George Griffith were business vis
itors in Pendleton and La Grande
Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Yarnell are
the parents of a daughter born
Oct. 11 in The Dalles.
Mr. and Mrs. F. S. Parker drove I
to Stanfield this afternoon to be
guesls of Mr. and Mrs. John Spen
cer overnight. Mr. Spencer is be
ing presented with a 50-year vet
eran's jewel by the Stanfield lode
of Masons. The Parkers will return
A communication to this paper
from Miss Elsie Jepson, R.N., bears
; the information that she is enter
ing Johns Hopkins university for
the year. Miss Jepson has bien at
the Veterans Administration hos
pital, Dayton, Ohio, for the past
year. She is the daughter of Mr
and Mrs. Walter Jepson of lone.
Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Hall and Mr.
and Mrs. Kenneth Hoyt are spend
ing the week on vacation. They
left for Eugene Monday and plan
ned to visit in Portland and Van
couver before returning.
A half-century of service to rural America is observed by the post offieo
department in October, for in 1896 three routes were established in West
Virginia to inaugurate the federal system of rural free delivery. By way of
marking the anniversary, Man,' E. Garner, Rochester, Mich., greets Re
Dolph, of the R.F.D. service, with home-made doughnuts guaranteed to cause
a minor interruption in this courier's "swift completion of his appointed
rounds." Approximately 26,000,000 Americans are served by R.F.D., and with
U. S. mail traveling by skis, dog-sleds, ice-boats and snowshoes, Carrier
Dolph gets there faster in his new Chevrolet
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TtWniu AdmiauuiUaa Fhotg.
Blinded by a TNT blast on New Britain,
but now back at his pre-war job with a
Detroit electrical products company,
Iheodore Wilden expertly handles a
power screwdriver in assembling a switch
box. Wilden 's foreman lists him as one
ot his fa&iest, most accurate workers.
Lexington Items . . .
By Mrs. Mary Edwards
Portland visitors over the week
end were Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Jones
and daughter, Jo McMillan, La
vonne McMillan, Cora Warner,
Peggy Hayes and Mr. and Mrs.
Wm. Ludwig and sons.
Mrs. Marie Steagall took her
Due to lack of cooper
ation I find it neces
sary to discontinue the
Gas & Air
Howdy Folks: Here it is ad copy
time and we haven't had time to
prepare the column. This week we
have nothing to get off our chest
but a mustard plaster.
Perhaps our work seems a
little raw, but it shouldn't; it's
been roasted enough, already.
We offered a poem to a publisher
once. Didn't ask any pay for it;
just offered it as a compliment.
He returned the compliment.
He said that if we couldn't
put more fire into our verse, we
had better put our verse in the
Poets are born, not paid. Yeah,
that's the trouble, they're born.
Writing poetry is a gift, but the
trouble is most editors won't ac
cept it as a gift.
If you'll accept our invitation to
try our motor tune-up it will be
a mutual transaction. We'll appre
ciate your business.
Show Starts at 7:3a Matlnwi Every Sunday, 1 p. m- 3 P- lo
in compliance with the Federal Tux Requirement, Children's Admissions apply
nly tb those under the ImkuI age of 12.
Selected Short Subjects With All Programs
Prognun SuWeot to Change Watch local newspaper for weekly announcement
Friday-Saturday, October 18-19
Preston Foster, Signe Hasso, Anabel Shaw,
A new kind of story of intrigue, filled with
; God's Country
James Oliver Curwood's story of wildlife in
the majestic Redwoods, filmed in Color.
Mighty Mouse in Krakatoa .
Sunday-Monday, Ocober 20-21
Two Sisters From Boston
Kathryn Grayson, June All sun, Lauriiz
Mclchior, Jimmy Durante, Peter Law-
ford, Ben lilue
A lively and engaging musical. ..you'll find it
Tuesday, October 22
Merle Olierun, Ijillience Olivier, David
Niven Flora Kobsun. Donald Crisp,
An excellent screen version of Emily
Bronte's powerful drama.
Wednesday -Thursday, Octolcr 23"24
Janie Gets Married
Joan Leslie, Hubert Hutton, Edward Arnold,
Ann Harding, Robert Kcnrhlcy, Hultie
Also "Star in the Night," a heart-warming
story with J. Carrol Naish and Donald
Woods in the cast; this year's Academy
Award Winner in its short-subject class.
1 A WORD OF APPRECIATION
Having turned the insurance business back to Miss Eva
i Swanson after conducting the agency for two years, I
; want to express my appreciation to the people of Morrow
i County with whom I have had pleasant business rela-
i tion and who have given me such loyal support.
I I -am leaving lone to become associated with a large
I insurance agency in Eugene, in which I am acquiring an
W. 6. BELL
Gordon White states that the
Standard Oil company is planning
to build an addition on his sta
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Good advantage for the right agent.
Anyone interested write im
222 Selling Building Annex, Portland
Don't Delay! Write Today!!
in a nifty young hair-do,
blending upswept sides
with a low back roll and
softly waved bang.
For Appointment Phone 53
Alice's Beauty Shop
-the oral vaccine.
Nip a cold in the
bud and avoid use
less suffering and
loss of time from
Business or social
Will Sell as a Herd or in Smaller Lots
UO Head Mature Cows
2 Herd Bulls
All I946 Calves
These are good cattle, reasonably
May be seen in pasture
EBEN FEE, Grass Valley
1 and SECTIONALS
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