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6-Heppner Gozette Times, Heppner, Oregon, November 7, 1946
Waiting For a Sail
Tb Modern Merchant
Doesn't it for SALES
CARD OF THAXRS
I Lsh 'o thank th popl of
Heppner for their kindness and
sympathy and for the many beauti
ful floral offerings in memory of
my ion, John Hanan.
Mrs. Anna Snyder.
Hrv real opfvirtunity for former
memtrs of the air forve. If your MOS
if 7S, 750 or 754. a grand new oppor
tunity awaits you at your nearest ar
my recruiting station. A reenlistment
now assure you of a lifetime of se
curity, a retirement pension of plenty
and a chance for you to practice your
trade eautrmed with the finest of tools
every good mechanic loves. Improve
vour craftsmanship education and liv
ing conditions. Investigate at your
nearest army recruiting station loaay:
AJUOY RECRUITING STATION
Poatoffic Building, Pendleton, Ore.
By ADA R. MAYNE
Now Is the Time to Select Your
Individualize your cards this season.
Monogram or full name imprint.
Humphreys Drug Company
With the coming of cold weather.
appetites are quickened and thots
turn toward steaming, Warty meals
halthful, "stick to the ribs" food
for Dad and the children.
However, one winter mealtime
Mother must watch for is the dan
ger of 4oo-heavymeals leaving the
eater logy, dull and drowsy. Meat
and potatoes are fine but try to
include a fresh raw fruit or veget
able at dinnr. Crisp lettuce, a tray
of carrot and celery sticks, sliced
tomatoes nr mnMttH fruit on., Ann
of these will give color and flavor
contrast ana help keep winter
meals out of the "too hot and too
heavy" class. And fruits and veg
etables furnish protective vitamins
and minerals which help keep dis
ease resistance high so important
duiing cold weather months.
Another tip avoid heavy rich
desserts except for special occa
sions. Keep them light but satis
fying for daily fare. And speaking
of desserts, today we feature a
tried and true favorite. Good, old
fashiond rice pudding creamy,
flavorful and nourishing. It's a per
fect topper for an oven dinner, and
an economical one, too!
There are several schools of thot
on the making of rice pudding
There is the "baked in the oven"
scool, and the "boiled first" school
And fiindships have been crushed
and families broken over the raisin
and non-raisin theory. So keep
peace in te family, we offer both
kinds and both delicious.
Finish olf a meal of baked pork
chops, scalloped ' potatoes, string
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.
We Do Our Own
of Floral Pieces
-Wedding Bouquets, Funeral Sprays,
Corsages, Party Floral Decorations
Gr Floral Centerpieces
Cut Fowers and Potted Plants
on Hand at All Times
Now is time to plant Sweet Peas
The Flower Shop
John Deere Hydraulic
Eliminates Lever Lifting and
Lifts . . Lowers . . Regulates
Integral and Drawn Equipment
Braden Tractor and
No matter the fur . . .
No matter the style . . .
No matter the size . . . -DUPLERS
have your fur
J FAY BUCKNUM, Owner
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For correct Information cenfact your
nearest VETERANS ADMIWiSHA
Federal Tax Included
Dupler Saluns at
. . .And more than 400
selected agents fea
oAnderson & Wilson
beans and sliced tomatoes with a
creamy, piping-hot rico pudding,
and listen to the family rave.
BAKED RICE PUDDING
1-2 cup rice
4 cups scalded milk
1- 2 tsp. salt
2- 3 cup sugar
Grated rind of one lemon
1-4 cup seeded raisins
2 well beaten tggs, if desired.
Wash rice and mix with milk,
salt, sugar, lemon rind, nutmeg,
and raisins. Pour into greased
baking dish. Bake in slow ov
en (325 degrees) about 3 hrs.,
stirring 3 times during the first
hour of baking. If desired, stir
in eggs 30 minutes before pud
ding is removed from oven.
LEMON CREAM RICE PUDDING
1-2 cup rice
3 cups milk
2 egg yolks, beaten
1-2 cup sugar
Grated rind of one lemon
1 1-3 tbsp. lemon juice
3-4 tsp. salt
2 tbsp. confectioners sugar
1-4 tsp. lemon extract
2 egg whites
Cook rice in milk in double
boiler until soft Add egg yolks,
sugar, lemon rind and juice,
and salt. Cook until mixture
thick ns. Pour into buttered
baking dish. Fold powdered su
gar and lemon extract gradual
ly into stilfly beaten egg whites,
and pile on top of pudding.
Bake in a moderate oven (3o0
degrees) until lightly browned.
S rve with cream or fruit sauce.
As a variation the whites may
be folded into the hot custard
and baked as a soulfle. Serves
Gas & Air
Howdy Folks: We talked with a
man who had recently seen a bur
lesque show and his reaction was
that burlesque girls do little more
than stand around and twiddle
Of course a burlesque girl's
clothes are designed so that she
is sen in 'he best places.
In burlesque, if the girls' clothes
don't drop off, the attendance does.
That type of show does creat:
a lot of competition. The girls all
try to outs'rip one another.
Could you say that a young bur
lesque girl is a mere stripling?
And a retired burlesque girl Is
one who isn't her old sylph any
Just a lit'lc more of this chatter
and we'll be burlesque happy.
And how we'll be happy to have
you drop in and see us next time
you need your wheel alignment
Drop in whcthcr you buy any
thing or not,
Live at Home!
Now you can eniat in the Recruiting
bervlce of the U. H. Army and If you
are qualified you may be aaHitfiieii u
lUHtiun in your own dome town. Thla
ih tin uutHUndinK oppurunlty for those
who want Hticurity, goixi pay and a
cnunt.e lor tin unipe retirement, 'ihi
job run b your if you are qualified
and tjla-saifled as recruiting pernonnel.
Work commute home dully same an
civilian worker. There are only a few
of tlieHe openings! Wee your local army
recruiting Htation today ak about
eiiliHtinnt in tne recruiting Her vice.
AB-klY BCUUITXNU Ha'ATIO
FoHtolfice Building, Pendleton, Or,
Makes an appropriate and acceptable
Place your order now in order to assure
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For the sake of your health, take
vitamins regularly ....
Build up resistance against colds . . be
alert and peppy enjoy your work, your social
engagements. But be sure you use only
the most highly recognized brands.
STAR LTD REPORTER
Show 8tirt at 7:30. Mtine Enrj Sunday, 1 p. m. 1 p. m.
In compliance with the Federal Tax Requirement, Children'. AdmlMlon. nnly
only to those under the laeal age o( 12.
Selected Short Subject. With All Program.
Program Subnet to Chang. Watch local newspaper for weekly announcement
SPECIAL NOTICE;! I Starting Saturday, Nov.
9th. there will be special children's matinees at
2 p. m. every Saturday during November, spon
sored by the I'arent-Tcacher's Association. If
these matinees prove popular, they will be pre
sented as lung as the patronage justifies their
continuance. Feature pictures shown will be
those produced during the oast several years
which are particularly suited to children's en
tertainment. TIIK BALANCK OF THE PRO
GRAM WILL CONSIST OF AMATF.UR STACK
TALENT. ANYONE INTERESTED IN TAK
ING PART IN ONE OF THESE PROORAMS
OR KNOWING OK INTERESTING TALENT
OF ANY KIND PLEASE NOTIFY MRS HO'-'-NIB
McCLINTOCK OR ELAINE GEORGE.
Anyone taking pail In program Is, of course,
admitted to that day's show free of charge. The
one adjudged by the committee to be the best
for the month, will be given a month's free
admission to the theater. Admission to the mat
inees will be 20c for every child up to 12 years
of age: 12 years of age and over will be 4uc.
Friday-Saturday, November 8-9
John Litel, Joan Wodbury,. Bob Steele, Madge
James Oliver Curwood's thrilling drama of the
dangerous hfR of the "Muuntie," photographed
in natural Cinecolor.
G. I. War Brides
Jameg Elllion, Anna Lee, Harry Davenport
A heart -worming and imaginative romantic dra
ma. SATURDAY, Nov. 92 p. m. Children' i Matinee
Admiiilon 20o and 40c
Ticket office open until 8:30
POOR LITTLE RICH GIRL
SlUrley Temple Jane Withers
on the Stage
Sunday-Monday, November 10-11
EASY TO WED
Van Johneon, Esther Wllliami, Lucille BalL
Xoenan Wynn, Ben Bine, Carlo Bamires.
This lavish i . ;ical ha some of the most mag
:iln:eiit Tn'ii-.icnlor yet seen; the musical num
bers are good, the dances pleasant, the diaioif
Also ' i'ootbaU Panfare," shrrws the great of the
K'lme In iu L ri- Bed Or&nge, Xnute Rookne,
loo ii lan child and other plus highlights of
HMi fM iLnn.
Tueiday, November 13
A STAR IS BORN
David 0. Sol:nlck'i Academy Award Winner,
in color. .tarring Janet Oaynor, Fradrlo
March, Andy Devine, Adolph. Menjon.
' WeduoEday-Tkuriday, Novomber 13-14
0. S, 3.
Alan I arid, Oeraldine IMzfforald, Patrlo Know,
lex, Richard Benedict.
A Tw Jinicol.tr Special prridurud In Cooperation
tiirn pKwfUf'Uon. the flxiitinu story and red
blooded action offer prime entertainment.
MEN OF TOMORROW
A Tcclinlcoloor Speclul produced In cooperation
with the Hoy Sc. uls of Americ a. It i,W3 tl,
best of t.,m.irrows America In the org.vihutic.i
of which every community la Justly p.uud.
This tnl-lc wi ll two Reynolds
elm m'-liLc rhairs, makes a
vcJ-y s'trartivo and inexpen
sive hrcr.kfost set.
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