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4-Heppner Gazette Times, Heppner, Oregon, February 20, 1947
Tli Heppner Gwrv.e. established
March SO, 1SS3. The Heppner
Time, established November
1. 1897. ConsoJdated Feb. 15.
PublUhrd ever' Thursday and
entered at the Post Office at
Heppner, Oregon, as second
Subscription price, $2.50 a year;
slnjlc copies liV.
O. G. CRAWFORD
Publisher and Editor
SAND & GRAVEL
A STEER IS 75 WATER
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Stockmen, here are wo important facts about
A steer, ready for market, is b'-' mineral,
20 protein, and 75 water.
A sheep, on dry feed, drinks as much as a
gallon and a half of water daily.
tikes a lot of voter to keep a ranch going.
Livestock won't move very far away from water.
They'll leave good grass untouched if it's too far
from their drinking supply. To get well balanced
grazing, plenty of water is needed.
The Agriculture Conservation Program's range
improvement practices will help you improve your
water resources. Your County Agricultural Con
servation Committee, heaied by Chairman Henry
Baker of lone, will provide you with conservation
In the interests of better soil reclamation and
conservation practices, this advertisement is spon
THE HEPPNER BRANCH
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
MEMBER FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE .CORPORATION
3 new ways the telephone can
reach remote areas
Radio telephone is already a fact between Los Angeles
and Catalina Island, and soon, it may be used other
places in the West to serve remote areas. Transmitters
like this one beam micro-waves containing the voice
impulses, and the cost of constructing a long telephone
line can be eliminated.
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Power-line eorricr is a new device that enables your
yonc t) "hiuh-liike ' along existing power lines. One of
the first tight systems constructed in the United States
is now in operation in Washington and others are
planned. I'owtr-line telephones are as safe as any and
can be usid to ciJI any other station in the country.
High-strength snci wire that cuts the number of poles
mjuind almost in half is also being used to speed tele
phone expansion in rural areas. For it is our purpose in
an expansion program that will aggregate $330,000,000
for IDM and 1917 alone to bring telephone service to
everyone who v,anis it just as rapidly as possible and to
improve service in tviry way we can.
An ever-improving telephone service at the least
evil K,nsisfaJ uith good uaes and working condition!
jut our tmf loyecs uv.d a rcmonable return to the thou
lanili of ptujlc u ho have in rested in the business.
The PiRui;. I jr.d Telegrcph Co. (f
IRRIGON NEWS . . .
By Mrs. J. A. Shoun
Mrs. Fred Davis and Mrs. Joe
Paul and baby daughter Sharon
have moved to Dayton where
Mr. Davis is building houses.
He came down Saturday, re
turning with them Sunday.
Bill Voile and Curtis Steph
ens went to Walla Walla Saturday.
Don Miller and Clarke Steph
ens spent Sunday in Walla
The telephone men have fin
ished putting in telephones and
returned o Pendleton Tuesday
C. W. Officer and Mrs. Bene-
fiel and son Wiley arrived Sat
a A. BERRY, Prop,
L. L. TURNER
urday to spend a few days with I
Mrs. Benefiel's parents, Mr. and
. Irs. A. E. Stephens and other
Hermiston volley bull teams
played Irrigon teams Monday
night. The loeal boys won all
Arthur Edwards was in Pen
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Connell
and son Earl Wayne returned
Monday from a trip to Yakima.
William Henry has purchased
113 aeros of the William Golly
'lorn farm. The Henrys have ta
ken possession and are living
in a small house there until
they can build. The Gollyhorns
kept the house and five acres
of land to retire on. Mr. Henry
purchased most of the stock
also. Mr. Gollyhorn has been
ill for several months.
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Rice and
".he Lester Halstead and Van
Orsdale families of Hermiston
visited the Chris Strauser fam
ily Sunday. Robert Rice broke
his arm at the Don Kenney
home and still has his arm in
Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Swag
Eker have purchased and mov
ed in to the Carl Caldwell place
west of the Willis Roberts place.
They have been living at the
Fred Carter place.
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Mrs. Zola Yates of Yamhill
is visiting at the Haberlein and
The C. A. Millers received
500 baby chicks Monday. Paul
Haberlein and John Sabranski
each got 500 baby chicks last
Mack McCoy brought his mo
ther Mrs. R. M. McCoy home
from Island City Sunday. She
had been visiting her daughter
Mrs. Birdie Stewart and family.
Mrs. Stewart has been quite ill.
The Advent carpenters have
the framework up for their
building. One end of it will be
used for a church and the oth
er one for the school. They are
siding it now.
Ralph Carter has his garage
nearly completed on the Fred
Carter place west of town.
The Heppner basket ball
team played the Irrigon teams
Friday evening and won 34 to 10
against the B team while the
Heppner A team won 28 to 10.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Miller
went to Yakima and vicinity
Tuesday on a business trip.
The Community Baptist mem
bers have put up a bell tower
and have installed the bell
that the Carl Reicks procured
at Goldendale a number of
years ago. It was put into use
Sunday. They are finishing the
closed in porch now.
The Assembly of God mem
bers have put up their Venetian
tloor ready to varnish.
Miss Mary Paget who hasi
spent most of the winter at the
home of Rev. and Mrs. Neville
Blunt, is leaving today for her
home in Victoria, B. C, going
ia Walla Walla and Seattle.
FOR CAR Am? HO IVf E
REPAIR & SERVICE
Corner May & Chase Phone 2652
CARD OF THANKS
We wish to thank all of our
neighbors and friends for the
beautiful flowers and cards sent
us in our recent Illness.
The Glenn Farrens family
Don't forget the food sale at
the Red & White store beginning
at 1U a.m. Saturday.
ANNOUNCING A NEW
COMPLETE FLORAL SERVICE
We wish to announce that we are
now able to supply
CORSAGES, FUNERAL SPRAYS,
CUT FLOWERS, HOUSE PLANTS
from Bernard's Peacock Florists
"Flowers of Distinction"
Income Tax Reports
Office ob Mezzanine Floor
CASE FURNITURE STORE
FOR SALE 1933 Plymouth sed
an with practically new 1940
motor, starter, generator, etc.,
good rubber. Body and exter
ior In good condition. Sold
with or without radio, heater
and other accessories. Call 16
F13 or between 8:30 a.m. and
6:30 p.m.. call 523. 4Sp
If you are a
about just what
need or should take 1st ui suggest . . .
COVIM-Multiple Vitamin Capsules
They give you vitamins A, Bl, B2 (G), C
and D at well at the B Complex factors
all In required unit strength.
One hundred capsules
100 day treatment for only...
FORD MOTOR CO.
'Genuine Ford Parts'
Rosewall Motor Co.
Morrow County! Modem
Will send you "Mail Order" any
part you want for your Ford and
it will be genuine FORD PART. . .
This applies to you, Mr. Farmer,
who has a Ford broken down in
your barn and need Ford Parts.
Mail us a letter or phone us,
1092, telling us what part you
need and it will be shipped to
you Immediately if available. ..
Rosewall Motor Co.
STAR ED REPORTER
Show Starts at Ti30. MatlnMf Brazy Sunday, 1 p. m. 3 p. m.
In compliance with the Federal Tax Keqairemant, Children'! Admlaalans apply
nly to friose under tha laffal age of r3.
Seleotod Short Bnbjeota With Ail Pragrama
Program Sabjaot to Chang a Watch local newspaper (or weekly announcement
FBI.-SAT.. Feb. 21.23
'Neath Canadian Rockies
Russell Haydn, Inei Cooper, Cliff Masarro,
Dongl&a I'owley in a J&niea Oliver Curwood
Produced against a mvnif background of snow
capped mountains and ski-trails ... a mystery
containing suspense, murder, advtmtun, romance
and comedy. In Hip rait art' Bruce Cabot, Ro
ooe X&rns, Helen Mowrey, Veda Ann Borg, Joe
SPECIAL! SPECIAL! SPECIAL;
Saturday Afternoon, Fob. 22nd
FREE SHOW I EVERYBODY WELCOME;
Two Smart People
with Lucille Ball, John Hodiak, Lloyd Nolan,
Lenore Ulrlc Smart, with a tin hiiililit hascd
on the New Orleans Mardi Grits.
ONE HOUR OF PROFESSIONAL, TOP-RANK-INO
This program is sponsoml by RP.O.E. Lodge
No. 358 for the people of the entire community
in observance of the Fiftieth anniversary.
SUN.-MON., Fob. 23-24
Rosalind Ruuull, Alexander Knox. Dean Jagffer
A great contrilmtiun to finer acting achit;ve
ment. A powerful story of a woman s 36-year
fmht for her beliefs.
TUESDAY, Feb. 26
This Is the Jamet Carney film previously ad
vurilxed'On a nilit when it was not possible to
have a show.
Also all types of high diving in "Dive Hi
Champs" ami a nnycltnon In c lnr.
WED-, Feb. 26, ONE DAY ONLY
Laurence Olivier, Joan Fontaine, George San
den, Judith Anderion
The screen's award-winning achievement re
turns that you may see it again.
Also GERMANY: HANDLE WITH CARE,
March of Time.
THURSDAY, Feb. 27
Western motion picture plus Western
Vaudeville on the stage
Weal Willow Street Telephone lUppner I
- - will be filled as ordered
Our flowers are absolutely fresh and of
ALL LAST MINUTE ORDERS WILL BE FILLED
Our prices are in line with all competition
FAY BUCKNUM, Proprietor
SLEEP RIGHT, WAKE BRIGHT-
That's for you if you choose one of our
sleep-happy specials -
We have a big selection of
Seeley - Sleep Master - Simmons
Innersprings with matching box
$81.50 to $104.00
Mattresses $23.95 to $44.50
Steel Springs-Sturdy yet responsive
CASE FURNITURE CO.
We invite you to enjoy our COMPLETE AUTOMOTIVE
SERVICE for all makes of cars and trucks. Our service depart
ment is a "miniature automobile factory" so to speak . . . where
you can get anything from a wash job to a complete rebuilding
job, without worry or care. EVERYTHING THAT 18 BEST
FOR YOUR CAR AT A PRICE YOU CAN AFFORD TO PAV.
Yea, wt know how to completely lubricate
your car. and have tha right kind oi
equipment and ipecialized lubricant! to
do thorough job. Don't neglect having
your car lubricated at proper intenralt
end the old oil changed regularly. It i
the best "long life" inturine that yoo
can havt for your car.
Proper Brake Adjustment and wheel
alignment ia to important not only lot
SAFETY . , . but alio wear and tear on
car and tires. Faulty brakes cause seri
ous accidents , . . and it's not safe to
drive a ear if brakes are not working
The cost of a motor tune-up ia slight
compared to the pleasure and economy
that it Rivea you In the operation of your
car. Wo also Install new rings, new
pistons or rebuild your motor if necessary.
A I t oi grief can be caused by Radiators
all being .topped up. They ihould be
cleaned out thoroughly beloro you put in
ANTI-FREEZE. Batteriei need water
and looking after too.
Rotate Tirea for longer wear. Bo sure to
have breaks and holes In tlia eaalnrs vul
canized and repaired. V.'e handle NEW
VIRES and art clad to take care ot all
your tire troubles. ,
And Resr Axie
When you hear a rjnndine noliie be sure
to have it looked alter riulit away. Or a
slipping clutch may mean a BIO REPAIR
JMIX if not looked after.
OUR COMPLETE SERVICE INSURES
PAINTING AII3 I50DY SERVICE
EVERYTHING THAT IS BEST FOS YO0R CSR
Hodge CJhewolet Co,