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A -H r r r . r c r Gazette Times, Heppne r, Oregon, November 21, 1946
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A Strong America Best
l-icue of World Peace
o. a m-
trained and become carvtr of.iofrs
They now haw adequate pay, se
curity in employment and in re
tirement, but they lack jhe on
thins the all-important thins -acceptance
by oiir citirenry of their
stature and importance hich dig
nifies their profession to the point
'where they can announce to the
1 ' o i U S. Army is main
h. national belief that
. .i"oc of peace is an
i nn-n in a state of pre-A'.;I-.oush
-ore than willing to par
a war'.d disarmament,
a no-i f. uys must be preserv
ed ur.tii the time when world dis
armament begins as an actual fact
until that time when there is no , world: 'I am a professional soldier
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A'J ib f. ;Vcicon; Adrrimsirotio! s
rrsl''"'.. p'oo-am, Frey y.0I c-2t-t
: ' c! '"a t j-t, v ersity or fc"is ivc-
3 ct "ih.rcry as c r"ViCv-:
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rr.S !;r trccmc-t ,o' vc-cv
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0rc2?n Series Win
AvcrJ fcr Service
longer the danger of either another
Pear! Harbor attack or a disruption
of our oommited policies and duties
in occupied territories overseas.
This was the announcement yes
terday of recruiting headquarters,
."th Army, Presidio of San Francis
co, which called upon the citizens
aerica to back up the prepar-
r-osrcm by according the
ana! so ldier who is perform
- .'?s.,:y service for his gov
: '-ho stature and import-
i.h is :.:s clue.
...U p.'icnt..ie of the mem
o regular army at
. e a., a io-haol and college
and I am proud of it'.'
At the same time recruiting head
quarters announced ttiat hundreds
of partially disabled veterans of
World War II, who were wounded
m combat, are being given an op
portunity to participate in the es
sential task of keeping America
strong. Hundreds of army jobs fall
ing into 103 different categories are
now open to them, not as a sym
pathy move, but because of the
conviction that they can perform a
satisfactory job. Oi the 103 MOS,
only 23 require previous qualified
experience. Applicants who meet
the revised physical requirements
will rceive training in the other SO
army needs many ' 'ICS.
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'. er.teenth consecuti . ?
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I t ..ecci'arv to '001' 1K point av.-ard whhh
v... in c.:tipe:iti,:nl ;s made tnn;tily by the itjriculf.i'. -it.i-:ed
at prices a; c. r.'.nu.-jion of the Amen, 1
i e t. o..i.etd. j Bankxrs p?-:oc:ation. according to '".
'..-i'. ., s s .igeested ri.e'-r:'11.-. tr.nnter, Hepp: --::
better d:.ir-1 branch. rir National Bank I
tt-t.n, tnproedjportltojd. wh. represents the bar'
ss control and im- J jn K vn-cw county as county 1:
i:nii'.i.T.i1y and banker. Pinckney was notified t
'y pr jt.uets. the a'.varj was made Friday at
wh.ch may be ob-1 a. B. A. Aj.-icultural commiss
:i ns for
-a; os of September term
: atti artttoved.
t nrdc s the Bang's dis
..nt of S!.09 to Henry C
i Block 2. Avers' Second
n to the City of Hepp
v the ntiith.um price of
xs d::av, ox
'. .. Fl'MD
:n try extension oi
... a brief history of dai
!. eat in Orejen as well
en the nturaxTs of dai
ry C0V.S, 7: id.ietion of dilferent
p-oducu and .rta on disease con
tiol by c ant.:-;.
Joint a'- s of the report are
E. W. M-r-c. II. P. Ewalt, S. B.
Kail, O. E. j:ikcse!L H. A. Schoth,
J. K. Shaw !.a G. H. Vi'ilster of
tue centil i.nj county staffs.
meeting he'd at Louisville, K- -tucky.
Each year the A. B. A. contna -sion
rates banks m all of the sta. s
on the basis of country bank ..c
tivities which benefit agriculttite.
In the numerical evaluation of the.
activities, the commission consid u
work done by individual banks and
programs which are carried out by
the agricultural committees of Ine
state bankers associations. Poims
are given for "regular" and "extra"
Read th. Want Ads. It pays. services rendered by the banks.
t."- j- : 1 b a
es, Deputy Sal...$ 132.30
icheii. Dep. Sal. 147.80
.r. Office Clerk
"ralie Fairish, Sttpt. Asst
Tilrtian Iiottue, Janitor Sal.
Dr. A. D. JUcMurdo. Phys.
Susie V. Miller, Court Rep.
State Dep. of Agriculture
P icif r Stationery & Print
ing Co., Clerk $16.00; Tax
Collector $119.03 - " 135.03
T.'. it Coat Printing & Bin
ding Co, Election
Ft: Ttl & Tel. Co., Cur-
unt F::;ense .$
;1e Library, Li-
rou tation ..
r oi Light Co.,
ow, Court House
r Sn Light Co-
ci'::,cu o? ch:jgt
cv3;y nic;!.. xcopt Saiurchy
I NOV. 17 to DZC. 6
I .7:30 P. M.
Ah'ivii your Photogi opine 'I
' Problems to Us
Election $12.50; Clerk
S18.55; Assessor $13.75....-
Central Market, Jail
C. J. D. Bauman, Sheriff...
Harry Tamblyn, Sheriff
Fred Hoskins, Sheriff
Children's Farm Home, Ju
Fannie G. Grifith, Insurance
Margaret Gillis, Co. Nurse
Dr. L. D. Tibbies, Insane
Lucy E. Rodgers, Supt.
S10.75; Supt. Mileage
Ee. t Johnson. County Ct
TJ. 'dl, County Court ...
! C :r.mb?r3. Inaane
"Ml. E-n'.t of Port
tni. V'lih'ioMlns Tax ....
Ii iui'-ia! Accident
: 1. , s::.-T;f $3.04; Shor.
1. ,-';.;; Deputies S0.30
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BOARDMAN . . .
News came as a surprise to
friends of Boardman of the mar
riage of Louise Hamilton to Mr.
Bert Crockett of Portland on No
vember 1st. Louise is the daughter
of Mrs. Lewis Hamilton and a grad
uate of the class of '45 Boardman
hiah school. Mr. and Mrs. Crockett
will make their home in Portland
for the present.
Thursday night was the regular
P-TA meeting and in the order of
business was the election of offi
ces, lhose elected were: rresident,
Zelda Zivney; vice president, Daisy
Giiiesoie; sccrtaiy-treasurer, Miss j
Thut s lay evening the junior boys j
and girls classes of the community
church held a party in the church ,
basement. Games were played and i
the committee chosen for the next
party. The group was chaperoned
by their teachers, Mrs. Claud Coats
and Wyn Dyer.
Sunday visitors on the project
were Mrs. Esther Frickey and
children of Pendleton. Mr. and
Mrs. Vernon Root and son of Ath
ena spent the week end at the home
of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Leo
Mrs. Etta Nichols left this week
for Ewan, Wash., to spend most of
the winter with her sister, Mrs.
Saturday night the Greenfield
gTange met in regular session. The
main feature was election of offi
cers, with those elected being:
Master, Nathan Thorpe; overseer,
Russell Miller; chaplain. Hannah
Downey; lecturer, Marie Lehman;
steward. Cecil Hamilton; assistant
steward, Dan Ransier; lady assist
ant steward, Anna Skoubo; gate
keeper, Wilbur Lehman; treasurer,
Hazel Miller; secretary, Evelyn
Black; Ceres, Nora Ransier; Flora,
Beatrice Daniels; Pomona, Margar
et Hamilton; executive committee,
Arthur Allen; musician. Mary Mar
low. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Nelson
spent Monday in Portland attend
ing to business.
Teachers from here attending the
turkey dinner and teachers' meet
ing at Irrigon Monday evening were
Supt. J. Lewis Johnson, Miss Ann
Jones, Mr. Jaros, Mrs. Velva Bech
dolt, Mrs. Mabel Montgomery, and
Mrs. Catherine Christensen.
Will Launch Drive'
For Relief Funds
A thrvepoint program for imme
diate overseas r lief to be sent to
Kap and Asia this winter will be
IdoaTvhcd by the churches of Oregon
vut Sunday, Novemlier 10, accord-u-v
to Charles A. Pprague, former
vernor. and prvsident of the Ore-
t. ooncu ot t hurches.
The drive, to be conducted thru!
the appeal "Share the Plenty j
SvU-e tlte Waste." will be for cash
to buy foodstuffs, clothing of all 1
kinds, and for cifts of money for i
heif; rs. All Protestant churches
will serve as collection centers. '
Cans and material aid coming 1
from local communities will be sent j
through the Oregon council relief
committee in cooperation with Uni-
I d Church Overseas Relief. This
oroanizaion is a unit of Church
World Service, representing all
Ptotestant denominations. Oreron
of.'icos of the committee ore in 305
Y. M. C. A. Building, Porland 4.
Members of the state committee
conducting the relief drive are M.
G. Blickenstaff. Myrtle Point, chair
man: Dudley Strain, Salem; Miss
Mabel Downs, Portland; H. C. Sto
ver. Wit. rpnse: rorrest orott, Jol
ferson: Clark S. Enz, Dallas; Lloyd
B. Thomas, Hood River; Jarrel Ri
chardson, Ontario; Glen A. Morton,
Malin: Oscar W. Payne, Coos. Bay;
and Gilbert B. Christian, field s c
retary. Oregon Council of Churches.
Mr. and Mrs. Jay Stone who have I man area have moved to Spokane I been employed at the Reed Lumber '
resided several years in the Hard-1 to make their home. Mr. Stone has company mill.
CARD OF THANKS
Having sold my interest in the
business known as the Heppner
Cleaners & Dyers, I wish to thank
my friends and the public for their
Mrs. Anna Snyder.
Today's young modern has a keen eye for quality,
demanding the best and the newest when select
ing a diamond or setting. . .
. . . But we like that. Our diamonds are styled to
please the most discriminating, and are designed
and executed by craftsmen.
Make your selection today-availab'le in bridal
sets or solitaires in all popular price ranges.
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lice $5.00 598.80
Chris Edward is the name given
their baby by Mr. and Mrs. Paul
Brown, ihe baby was boin Satur
day night, Nov. 10, at St. Vincent's
hospital in Portland. Chris tavva.d
upped the beam at six pounds.
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-tor;, Screens, Filters, Splicers,
rcis end Accc;:ories-
i r-cv Mercury 1 1 35 MM
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v'c cc Pro'ectcrs
S.V.E. Prc.ec tors
"Our ccicity-Quolity Photo Finishing"
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DARK LOOM SUPPLIES-
Enlcrrjers-Dc Jur I, Federal 219, F6.3
kr., Federal 250 F4.5
Ec.::, Paper & Chemicals, Trays Gr
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bllvo !. k. ,1V J
t - . J Universal, with case
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r !- of l'fu i.'j i-o! 1. v ?!'ajre
. v r,ome Jewelry left that would
rv ifcg CHRISTMAS GIFTS and
XI D PRICES. Get it new while
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1UMD I XND
or & Ii,'at Co.,
r,-iv.",re h Elec-
I jcts Co.
a. or Dep.
Ta d. Corp
; Ilirdo.vay Com.
A son was born to Mr. and Mrs.
Lester Wick at The Dalles, Oct. 31.
Ke has been named Charles Jerry.
Mrs. Wick is a sister of Mrs. Alfred
Lovgren of Hardman. The Wicks
reside at Lone Rock.
Independent Garage 314.36
Standard Oil Company 30.00
E. R. Lundell 203.03
fclaadard Stations, Inc 13.1.5
Lnglifch & Co.npany 253.75
i-'een,.ughty .iachinery Co.
retnauaaty i.iaciunery Co. 9.71'jlU
Heppner Gai a:J
SU'iidard Oil Company
Alien Supply Co lU.li
ItSA'tlN ON ROAD
,'. po o
it'-'l E-'okor ...
rn U Kibbe 5,000.00
Haiold Sherer 294.75
Wiil am C. Heath . 206.27
Chas. Williams 88.18
Frank Nixon 29.85
V. Cunningham 183.95
Wm. Harrison 150.35
A. J. Chaifee 181.05
Walter Oilman 174.46
Allr-i Johnston 1 164.46
Ha. al l Wilson 165.1
in Vllorn 12.3
& H. ... L V
. a.tor & Equip.
.'vo,,,' a-i .,y Ward tt Co
Jo- ' n , a oloinetlt Co
bla li (;.l company
Hode Chevrolet Co
O.K. Rubber Welders
Western Auto Supply Co...
Standard Oil Company
Columbia Equipment Co. .
aiiato Inati i..i Acci. Com.
rii.-.t i.at. Bank of Port
Rosewail Motor Company ...
lone Standard Stations
WARRANTS DRAWN ON
H. Tamblyn, Hospital Fund
Henry George, C o y o t e
DOES YOUR WORK
If you have ambition and a (ilrrnin
atiun to nucceed, lh;n you'll du wfll to
iiiveHtiKUtu your own ctiancf'H In the
new UmterJ tilHti-a Army. TiiIh Kf;it
orK'iniatirri doei off r a ph aMiint,
profitable, anl g-narauteed future to
thone who tun qualify, li you hav an
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(iuanj RHj.S, you can r:-nh.Ht In a
grade appropriate lo your (ruining and
experience. Chuck your MUti today,
tin;n uoe your itul army roru!tin
Htatifn tniiniidiatuly for an aaHunjd
profitable and pleasant career.
V. B. Povtofflca Bldtf.
SAT., NOV. 23
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