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6-Heppncr Gazette Times, Heppner, Oregon, May 1 , 1 947
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NEW SPRING SHADES
Sizes 8V2 to ICP2 98c P,
IN THE POPULAR SHADES OF
SUN LURE and BARK
Sizes 8V2 to IOV2 Qtf p
Spring Shades 0"v
Spring Shades AQf
Sizes 8V2 to IOV2
After many months of shortages, we
are proud to announce our Hosiery
department is again open and hope
to keep the most popular types and
shades in stock at Penneys' low prices.
I TO OBSERVE MOTHER'S DAY
i At the rogular meeting of
j Ruth chapter So. 32. Order o
the Eastern Star, on May 9. there
will he a Mother's Day program
1 honoring all past Electas. There
urday, April 5. at the home of will also be a shower for the
Rev. "and Mrs. Daniel Stevens in I benefit of Mr. and Mrs. A. C.
Corvallis. when Miss Miriam j Ball who lost their home and its
Mover, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. : contents in a fire Monday. The
E. V. Mover, became the bride Masons will participate in the
Miriam Moyer Weds
Jock W. Carmichael
A wedding of interest to Hepp
ner people was solemnized Sat-
of Jack V. Carmichael. senior in
education at Oregon State col
The bride is teaching commer
Mrs. Jeanne Gaines and
daughter. Shirley Ann, were
cial "subjects in the high school week end guests at the home of
at Thilomath. Mr. Carmiehnel is1 her parents. Mr. and Mrs. eiaud
a member of Delta Chi fratern- Huston in the Eightmile section,
ity. j Mesdames Harold Becket and
John Bergstrom entertained on
LEX JUNIORS PLAN SOCIAL" Thursday evening with a miscel
Members of the junior class! laneous bridal shower at the Al
of Lexington high school have len Case nome honoring Miss
scheduled a basket social benefit Josophine Case whose marriage
To Meet May 7
The annual meeting of the
Morrow County Hunters and
Anglers club has been called
for Wednesday evening, May 7
at the Elks club. Election of of
ficers will be held and other bus
At this time organization of
the annual crow-magpie hunt
will be effected, and there will
be discussion of local fishing
Because of the importance of
the meeting, Blaine E. Isom.
president, has asked for a good
turnout of the members.
for Tuesday evening. May 6, at
the high school auditorium.
Good entertainment is assured
and for good measure the class
will provide the coffee to go with
MOVE TO MILTON
After a residence of more than
61 years in Heppner and Morrow
county, Mr. and Mrs. G. W.
Thompson left today for Milton
to make their home. They have
a daughter residing there who
will help to look after them in
their declining years. They have
put their residence property on
Gilmore street up for sale.
Services are held each second
and fourth Sunday of the month
at 3 p.m. in the Lexington Con-
greeational church. Rev. E. V.
Philippi, pastor of the Hermis
ton Lutheran church, in charge. 1 ter during the past winter
The public is cordially invited. turned to Heppner this week,
to Alex Ihompson will be an
event of the afternoon of May 11.
Miss Dona Barnett and Mrs.
Trina Farker of Lexington were
shopping in Heppner Wednes
day. Miss Betty Smethurst has been
chosen to represent the Heppner
Rodeo association at the rodeo
which Is'being held in Arlington? ?? l th diy y
ner Saturday morning for Eu
gene, with stops scheduled at
this week end.
Henry Aiken is a patient at
the Emanuel hospital in Port
land where he underwent an op
eration recently. Mrs. Aiken is
in Portland to be near him.
Mr. aud Mrs. Claud White of
Lexington were transacting bus
iness in Heppner Wednesday.
Mr. and Mrs. Blaine Chapel
who operate a farm in the Rood
canyon district were shopping in
Ed McDaniel who has been in
California visiting with a daugh-
f xuiTH THE
ONPA MANAGER HERE
Arriving in time to help make
up the April 24 edition of the
G-T, Carl Webb, manager of the
Oregon Newspaper Publishers
association was an overnight
guest Thursday at the Hotel
Heppner. He was enroute from
Eugene to La Grande and Wal
Iowa lake on business in connec
tion with the forthcoming state
convention and was aecompani-
Condon, Fossil, Prineville and
Mrs. Mildred Tucker that her
son. Pvt. Edwin Tucker, is re
turning to the States from Jap
an and is now on the road home.
Mrs. Tucker's other son, Cpl.
Eldon Tucker, is stationed in
Here for a short visit are Mr.
and Mrs. William Driscoll of Cor
vallis. Their daughter, Mrs.
Fred Pointer, drove up to bring
James Driscoll and family home
from their vacation trip and
"Djid" and Mrs. Driscoll came
along for a short visit with rel
atives and friends.
Mrs. O. G. Crawford and Mrs.
C. C. Dunham left Monday after
noon for Medford where Mrs.
Crawford is attending the eighth
province synod of the Episcopal
church. The ladies will spend
the week end in Ashland with
friends before returning home
Mr. and Mrs. Claude Keithley
and children, Vernon and Lucy,
and a friend, Mrs. Williamson,
all of San Jose, Cal., spent from
Friday to Sunday here visiting
the Harley Anderson, Howard
and Everett Keithley families.
It was Mr. Keithley's first visit
in eleven years and Mrs. Keith
ley's first return to the old home
soil in 22 years.
IN SPOKANE CHOIR
Among the members of the
Salem Lutheran church choir of
Spokane which gave its spring
concert Sunday evening, April
27, were the Misses Jean and Ina
Rauch of Lexington, There are
33 people in the choir.1
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Heppner Appliance Co.
In Hodge Chevrolet Co. Building
A son was born to Mr. and
Mrs. Cecil Warner Sunday at
Eugene. He is the grandson of
Mr. and Mrs. Charles W. Barlow.
Johnny Lane who underwent
an operation at Heppner hospi
tal this week has returned to
Word has been received by
An exciting addition
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A variety of styles
WANTED Gas line motor for
Maytag washing machine. Joe
Kenny. v 6p
FOR SALE Wash Thompson res
idence on Gilmore street. See
Joe Devine. 6-7p
Colors to suit your home . . . Gilsonite
your old roofs.
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We Are Doing What We
Can to Lower the
Cost of Living!
Every item in our stock, exclusive, of merchandise
listed under the Fair Trade Practices Act, has
been marked down
Avail yourselves of household needs at a
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HEAR - HERE !
Thursday, May 8
T. C. DOWNS, Consultant
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No charge for examination
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I wish to announce that I have leased the
HEPPNER CLEANERS & DYERS PLANT
to Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Collins, recently from Cottage
Grove, Oregon, former owners and operators of the Col
lins Laundry & Cleaners of that city for 18 years, who
are now in charge.
I wish to take this opportunity to thank the people of
Morrow county and surrounding territory for their gen
erous patroange and to bespeak continued success of the
Heppner Cleaners & Dyers under the new managers.
MRS. ADELLE HANNAN
The Heppner Gazette, established
March 30, 1883. The Heppner
Times, established November
18, 1897. Consolidated Feb. 15,
Published every Thursday and
entered at the Post Office at
Heppner, Oregon, at second
Subscription price, $2.50 a year;
single copies 10c.
O. G. CRAWFORD
Publisher and Editor
STAR m REPORTER
Sunday Matinee starts at 1 p.m.. Boxoffice
open until 3:30.
Evening shows, except Saturday, start at
7:30. Saturday show starts at 7:00. Boxof
fice open evenings until 9 o'clock.
FRIDAY-SATURDAY, BUY 2-3:
' COLORADO SERENADE
Eddie Dean sines western sonps and Insures the
triumph of justice in this (food western Mmed
in outdoor Cinerolor; Boicoe Atea adds laughs
with his comic antics.
Brenda Marshall, William Oargan, K. B. Warner,
Romance and fascinating mystery are combined
into a more than pleasant motion pirture.
Little Lulu In Technicolor
SUNDAY. MONDAY, MAY 4-5 1
THE SECRET HEART
Clandette Colbert, Walter Pigeon, Jane Ally on,
Lionel Barrymore, Bobert Sterling, Marshall
You'l love this picture as you see It. . . There Is
mature romance . . . there is a young girl tortur
ed by ntrange emotions . . . and there are all the
emotions which color the lives of everyday
Admission Pices both Matinee and Evening:
Adults 50c, Garde and Ilifih School Students
12 and over 40c, Children 20c, all taxes in
cluded. Every child occupying a seat must
have a ticket.
TUESDAY, MAY 6l
A reissue of a icture with Just about every
audienre-intfTprtinK entertainment element. In
the ca.it are Wallace Beery, Jackie Cooper,
Oeorge Baft, Fay Wray,
WEDNESDAY-THURSDAY, MAY 7-8 1
THE LADY IN THE LAKE
Bobert Montgomery, Andrey Totter, Lloyd
Nolan, Tom Tally
Something extraordinary in picture-making, a
revolutionary innovation in film technique, and
the Cast ami the Technique are terrific. See for
yourself this startling method of Htory-telling.
0. M. YEAGER
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Purse -Costume Jewelry Handker
chiefs House Coat Slip Gown
All designed for her
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