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6- Hcppncr Gazette Times, October 31, 1946
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;T m r. hs old plavmp at the family home today.
In 1 Akers of He was brouj."ht to the doctor in
!!i vrit while , Hrppner fur treatment.
Avoid Annoyance And Discomfort
due to a clogged septic tank or cesspool.
I have purchased a tank pump and am in
position to gie prompt, efficient service.
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leisure fabrics to keep you warmly
Itcautiful on frosty-cold evenings.
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beauty! Tasseled belt, piping
WARM QUILTED ROBES
Wrap-arounds - $6.90
DLE:P PILE CIIENILLE. Wrap-around in
gay, cheery colors $8.65
Comfy and warm SHEEP LINED
SLfPPERS C? Oft
CALLING IN NYLON HOSIERY
CARD NUMBERS 551 to 650 Incl.
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IRRIGON NEWS . . .
By Mrs. J. A. Shoun
Vallis Dexter and family of Den
ver left Sunday after visiting his
parents, the W. B. Dexters. Vallis
is in the veterans hospital there but
has a short furlough.
Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Hobbs and
children of North Powder were also
here visiting her parents, the W.
B. Dexters. They also left Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Keniworthy of En-
cheleum visited the Lee Smiths
Mr. and Mrs. Marshall Markham,
Mr. and Mrs. Glen Aldrich, Fred
Markham and Robert came home
Saturday from a very successful
hunt, having seven bucks.
Marshall Markham, J. E. McCoy,
the Glen Aldrichs and Frank Doll
started out Monday to hunt elk.
The band went to Hermiston Fri
day evening to play for the teachers
reception there. The teachers also
attended the reception.
Sam Umiker of Castle Rock spent
the week end with his family here.
He is running his father's stock
Frank Leicht and family of Eu
gene spent the week end with his
sister, Mrs. Sam Umiker and family.
Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Robbins
of Seattle spent the week with her
mother, Mrs. Chris Strauser and
family. Ed Johnson of Seattle also
was a guest of the Strauser's.
The Assembly of God carpenters
worked on the church Saturday.
Rev. Mr. Nichols of Hermiston
showed religious pictures, and pic
tures of Hawaii at the Baptist com'
munity church Friday.
Lyle Mulkey and Don Kenny are
in the mountains hunting elk.
Mrs. J. E. McCoy got home Mon
day. She spent a few weeks
Portland and Seattle.
Mr. and Mrs. William Gollyhorn
and Mr. and Mrs. Bill Graybeal got
back from a week's trip to Mt Ver
non visiting relatives and hunting
The deer were some place else.
J. O. Sweringen and son Johnny
are out hunting for elk.
Mr. and Irs. William Slate and
children left for Ogden, Utah, Mon
day. They have been here about
two years and will be missed in Ir-
The Irrigon football team defeat
ed the Weston team 28-0 here Fri
Mr. and Mrs. V. T. Lowery of
Grants Pass left Wednesday after
spending some time with her sister,
Mrs. Roy Marlow and family.
Mrs. Nona O'Brien of Menlo and
daugter, Mrs. Joe Johnson, are vis-
VETERANS: To set help in making
your educational or training plans
Gas & Air
. Howdy Folks: Our Missus says
that ignorance is when you don't
know something and somebody
finds it out.
We still believe that ignorance
is bliss. That's why we refuse to
take an intelligence test.
Of course everyone is ignorant,
only on different subjects.
Human intelligence is said to be
millions of years old, but it sure
doesn't act its age.
The question isn't as often debat
ed, where, civilization started, but
when will it?
What this country needs is
more intelligence and fewer in
When you need a motor tune-up,
hundreds of people right here in
Heppner will tell you that our mo
tor tune-up is about the best buy
on the market Check on this.
Visit or write your neorest VA office and opply
for education or training. You'll receive a
Certificate of Eligibility.
Discuss your problems with Vocational Adviser
at VA Guidance Centers , Regional or Sub-
I Tests to discover your special abilities may
be arranged during this visit.
merling, daughter Fern and grand-1 Brown and daughter Norma, Port'
daughter Sally of Portland; Wil
liam Lewis Buschke and wife. Port'
land; Fred A. Buschke and family,
Elgin; Mary Edna Moore, Martha
land; Grace Kari and son Dickie,
Seaside; Mr. and Mrs. Earl (Millie)
Evans and family, Claude and Max
Buschke and families, Heppner.
We Do Our Own
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Buscke have taken life a little eas
ier. This would be shocking to OPA
if it were to happen today, but Mrs.
Buschke said that In raising a large
family ample preparations have to
be made for the winter store of
food. "I canned as much as 400
half-gallon jars of fruit a season
and it was nearly always slicked
Although they have travelled
through 60 years of their lives to
gether, the Buschkes are not living
on borrowed time. They have tak
en a keen interest in what is going
on, take pleasure in keeping up
their pleasant little home, and
above all enjoy their children and
their children's children. "But we
never interfere with their trouble
or try to boss our children. We
just enjoy them," Mr. Buschke said.
As stated before, 11 of the 12
children born to Mr. and Mrs. Bus
chke were here for the anniversary.
One son, Robert a veteran of
World War L died several years
ago. Those present were Ed Bus
chke and family, Morgan; Mrs. Lo
well (Lena) Twitchell, Las Angeles;
Mr. and Mrs. Hyle (Anna) Fah-
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essions and select your school or training
I 1 1
of Floral Pieces
-Wedding Bouquets, Funeral Sprays,
Corsages, Party Floral Decorations
'& Floral Centerpieces
Cut Fowers and Potted Plants
on Hand at All Times
The Flower Shop
FAY BUCKNUM, Owner
iting their son and brother, Glen
C. W. Acock and son, C. W.
Acock, returned Saturday from the
mountains with a buck.
CARD OF THANKS
We wish to thank the friends and
neighbors for their expressions of
sympathy and for the floral trib
utes to the memory of our brother.
Mr. and Mrs. J. E Crabtree,
Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Brock,
Mr. and Mrs. Frank H. Lindsay.
CARD OF THANKS
W take this means of thanking
our friends and former neighbors
for their thoughtfulness, many ex
pressions of sympathy, and the
beautiful floral tributes to the
memory of our beloved Lucile.
Mr. and Mrs. George McDuffee,
Howard, Paul and Ray McDuf
fee, Aiva Mason, Mary Buhman.
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Hydraulic Bumper Jacks 16.95
Ratchet Type Bumper Jacks 3.50
600 x 16 Tire Chains 8.95
Trek Anti-Frceze in 5 gallon cans 5.00
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Office of DR. C. C. DUNHAM
Odd Fellows Building, Heppner
Thursday, Nov. 21
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Fziday-Satarday, Bfovembw 1-9
It Shouldn't Happen
To a Dog
Carole L&ndli, Allyn JoBlyo, Henry Korean,
Bodney, a Intelligent Ooberman.
A novel story delivers fxit actijn, amusing dia
log and hilarious situations.
with James) NewlU a Renfrew of the Royal
MIGHTY MOUSE HI TECHNICOLOB
Sanday -Monday, November 3-4
COURAGE OF LASSIE
Filmed in the majestic Blue Sierra in gorgeous
Technicolor, Ln.su ie' a new adventure packs a
wallop every thrilling minute and features Eliz
aheth Taylor, Tnm Urnkp, Krank Morgan,
Tuesday, November 6
The Truth About Murder
Bonita OranvlUe, Morgan Conway
Interesting mystery with highly competent cast
Is several pegs above the average whodunit.
Also "Army Football Champions'
Wednesday-Thursday, November 6-7
The Weil-Groomed Bride
Hay MlUand, Bonny TufU, Olivia SeHavUland,
The screen's most versatile star at the very apex
of his fame. In an amazing switch from the
terrific drama of 'The Lost Weekend" to hln
finest cormwly, Ml Hand leaiis a hilarious 3-ntar
rare to the altar as everybody tries to figure
out who's honeymooning with whom!
Also an outstanding group of short subjects;
COLLEOB QUEEN, a mu?nnl featurette Iti
(Mlir;PATHE NEWS; and THE MABGK OF
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A Better Furnished Kitchen
Is a More Efficient Kitchen
A little addition here and there makes for
more convenience. . . for instance-
A 2-burner ELECTRIC PLATE-handy
on all occasions-yours for 16.95
SET OF KITCHEN UTENSILS 9.00
A step-on WASTE CAN .'. 4.95
It's always a pleasure to show you
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