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8-Heppner Gazette Times, Heppner, Oregon, June 5, 1947
County Agent News . .
Word cam this a
the p.-iSMnR of L. V,
f "or noon of
ic p.-iSMnR 01 u K. MorKman
at f.i home in Raker. Mr.
Stockman was ihp engineer re
tained by the city to put the
r.ew water system through Ho
hart recently returned fnin a
visit to Maine, his native state.
point approximately 21 miles jworo
east, and which Is about two
miles east of Sri ml Houow. vnc-
Much concern is being shown k'ts are not in wheat alone this
, entire front but there is danger
by farmers, with wheat crops. f mfl,SI.uion ahmj. ,he ontlro
alone the desert in North Mor-l.m,., All crickets in the bomb
row county, in the cricket infes-1 infi ranpc desert are migrating
tation they are now having. Last ! east and south threatening
week's infestation included all : much of the crop area,
crop area from one mile north i.ast reports from the Sand
ar.d three miles east of (.coil t i Hollow area were that crickets
under control from contin
ued bailing with poison bran.
1 Baiting is still being carried on,
: in the north olne area. Presently
poison bran bait is most effec- j
j the as a means of controlling
I cricket infestations.
I Bureau of entomology power 1
' baiters are being used to do the
l poisoning, while the Morrow
' county court and farmer eontri
I but ions are used to pay for a
j mixing crew to mix bait and
! Saturday wages to bureau em
: ployees. who under their agency
can draw salary for only five
I day w eeks.
I Crickets are being controlled
! effectively and farmers in the
i infested areas have been coop
i erating to ck a good job of con
trol. Regardless of the kind of
program carried out there is
some damage to crops and al
ways possibilities for an infes
tation next year. However, con
tinued baiting of cricket beds
and migrations since March 19
Near Or Far
it's a friendly way to encourage a
friend to get well a potted plant-a
pottery bowl with greenery-a bou
quet. Flowers convey your message
so much better than words
Fay Bucknum, Owner
Morrow county wheat farmers
have been extremely lucky that
they have not had cricket infes
tations such as Gilliam county
farmers have had the past sev
eral years. The crickets will
pet haps be here to fight in years
to come but by a good cricket
control association such as Mor
row and Gilliam counties have
in cooperating to fight these
will solve our problem.
It is the farmers' job along
with assistance that is being
given by bureau of entomology
and the county court, to protect
their crops from the infestation.
Many folks from out of town
were calling on friends and rel
atives over the three-day hol
iday. Mr. and Mrs. Dan Buffinn
ton of Portland were at the
home of Mrs. Buffington's sis
ter. Mrs. Mary Healy, and also
visited Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Rands.
Mr. and Mrs. Leo Root had as
guests Mrs. Root's brother-in-law
and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Al
Macomber and son Lee of Spray.
Mr. and Mrs. E. T. Messenger
and family of Lexington spent
Friday on the project with rel
atives. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Barlow
and daughters. Carina and Bon
nie, of Kenton, Wash., visited
relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Glenn
Mallery and son Gerry of Seat-
has resulted in a very good killj tie were at the home of Mrs.
that otherwise would" have been I Mallery's parents, Mr. and Mis
a greater threat to our crops.
Let us all keep in mind that
Claud Coats. Mrs. Louise Dris-
bow and Mrs. Effie Miller were
at the homes of Mrs. Miller's
sons and families, Robert and
Crystal and Chloe Barlow
have moved from the Standard
station and are now living in
the front Murchie apartment.
Mrs. Barlow is still operating the
station since the new owner has
not arrived to take over the
Mr. and Mrs. Nate Macomber
and Mrs. Charles Stoltnovv mo
tored to Pilot Rook on Decora
tion day. Mr. Macomber and
Mrs. Stcltnow returned home
that evening while Mrs. Macom
ber remained in Pendleton over
night with her son-in-law and
daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert
Pet leys. Gary Beverly and Pat
Peiteys returned home with her
for a few days stay.
Irene Fiola and John Forder
of Cecil were dinner guests Sun
day at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. Lee Pearson.
Mr. and Mrs. Elvin Ely and
family motored to Morgan Sun
day. Their son Allen remained
with his grandparents, Mr. and
Mrs. II. O. Ely.
Mrs. Vet Conyers left last
week for Spokane to be gone for
a few weeks. She is visiting two
sons and families, Mr. and Mrs
Vernon Conyers and Mr. and
Mrs. Harlan Conyers.
Miss Ernabelle Peck, daugh
tor of Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Peck,
who was graduated from the St,
Joseph academy in Pendleton,
is employed with the Pacific
STAR cm REPORTER
Sunday Matinee starts at 1 p.rn- 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.
FHIDAY-SATtTEDAY, Jim 6-7
Otoft Kaft, Sylvl Sidney, Sr Hideo, Stan
ley Bidgea, Jerome Cowan, Sid Silvers,
Ac-es m entertainment and a raft of pleasure
for the evening, with beautiful theme song,
"Now and Then."
Valley of Fear
A John Hack Brown-Baymond Hatton west
ern .. . action is fast and excitement high.
SUNDAY-MONDAY, June 8-9
The Razor's Edge
Tyrone Power, Gene Tierney, John Payne,
Herbert Marshall, Clifton Webb, lucille
Wataon, Eiaa Lanch ester and Anne Baxter
in her Academy Award winning performance.
Admission Pices both Matinee and Evening:
Adults 50c, Garde and High School Students
12 and over 40c, Children 20c, all taxes in
cluded. Every child occupying a seat must
have a ticket.
Somerset Maughan's best seller has been made
into one of the most important pictures of tiie
TUESDAY, June 10
BeLta, Barry Sullivan, Albert Dekker, George
E. Stone, Bobby Samoa and Band, Bonita
A skating spectacle with an adroitly balanced
measure of melodramatic story. This is fine.
WEDNESDAY-THTBSDAY, June 11-12
It Happened in Brooklyn
Peter Iiawford, Kathryn Grayson, Prank Si
natra, Jimmie Durante.
Happy stars, happy songs, happy romance,
happiness fir eveiyone who 3es this happi
Stays Vhiter Longer
does farther, covers tetter, wears longer! Contains Titanium
Dioxide, a quality ingredient which gives it uniform, laftnig
and brilliant whiteness. It's the paint of lasting beauty. Two
coats do the work of three I
Rosewall Motor Co.
Telephone a id Telegraph com
pany and will remain in Pen
dleton this summer.
Guests arriving at the home
of Mr. and Mrs. Karl lVmney
Monday were Mrs. Downey's
brother and sister-in-law, Mr.
and Mrs. C. L. Mcintosh and two
sons of Sheridan, Wyo. Later
they will go to Portland to visit
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Williams
and two sons of Prosser, Wash.,
were dinner guests Sunday at
the home of Mr. and Mrs. Earl
Mr. and Mrs. A. Skoubo mo
tored to Pendleton Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. Leo Root left
Monday on an extended vaca
tion in Oregon and Washington.
Their first stop was to be with
Mrs. Foot's mother,' Mrs. Olive
Mefford of Corvallis and also a
sister there, Mrs. Loye Deweese.
Mrs. Claud Coats is in charge
of the postoffiee during their
Guests at the Amin Hug home
this week were Mrs. Lloyd Bick-
ford of La Grande, sister-in-law
of Mrs. ling, and Mr. and Mrs.
F.riwin Hug ami two daughters
of Siarkey. Sunday dinner guests
at the Hug home were Mr. and
Mrs. Louis Hush and family of
HEPPNER SALES YARD
Until Further Notice
Bring your stock to these sales for the best prices. Most cattle are
bringing Portland prices and you don't have to bother with ship
HEPPNER SALES YARD
HAROLD ERWIN, Yard Manager
JOHN VARNER, Auctioneer .HARRY DINGES, Clerk
Western's Downstairs Furniture Department
Save So on this extra heavy
chest, i-'our large drawers, solid
sides and top. CIA SO
Regular J19.95 SALE 1 t-OO
KIDNEY DRESSING TABLE
A 3-star bargain! Complete with
drawer and drapery arms.
Smooth and ready for painting. CA Qfi
Hegular S6.9-SALE fl.OO
UNPAINTED BOOK CASES
Save on these. Buy two one for
each side of the fireplace. Hard
wood face. Four shelves.
Regular SS.95 SALE
BUNK BED SPECIAL
Save S19.00 on this 8-Piece Bunk 0 0
Bed Ensemble ONL t.OO
2 Beds 2 Box Springs 2 Mattresses
1 Guard Rail 1 Ladder
I'npainted. Glued and dowelled. Clear pine,
smoothly sanded readv for painting or varnish
ing. Lxtra heavy! (50-9520)
Bunk Bends Separately ...$14.88
Save S1.42 on This Ever Popular
Size 24 X 48 inches. Hit and miss colors. Hardy
for bath, hallway or bedroom. Only 100 at this
price. Come early! (51-7005)
Save S10 on Western's Sturdy
HARDWOOD 'BEDS $12.95
Large selection of poster, panel, pineapple and
spindle beds. Walnut or maple finish. Double or
For Restful Sleep Get
Inner Spring Mattress $59.83
Regular S79.20 SALE
. . . and box spring combination. Heavy A.C.A.
tick covering. Sturdy, durable handles.
Covered Arm Divan $74.95
Tilt back design with Nachman spring unit. A
handsome piece of furniture by day, a restful
double bed at night. Large bedding comparment.
You Save $80 on This Massive
2 Pc. Living Room
Regular $259.50 SALE
Styled by Columbia for comfort and beauty,
holstered in rich wine freize.
... for large family needs. Of
woven fibre to allow circulation.
Assortment of pastel colors. (50
3731) Regular $7.95 SALE $6.98
Save S10 on Full Size
Save by Buying Now I
This all hardwood wal
nut finished chair has
removable and adjust
able tray, adjustable
foot-rest. Hroad base
Softwood Natural Finish
Highly polished. Sturd
ily built. (50-13(51 )
5-PIECE DINETTE SET $49.88
Regular SG9.95 SALE
Here Is A Real Saving to You . . .
Save $20 on This Beautiful All Hardwood
Large marquetry inlay table. Can seat six people. Four sturdy
all hardwood chairs with red leatherette slip seats.
A strong good looking crib with drop sides and adjust
able springs to three levels. Natural or while colors. Dec
Regular $4.69 SALE $3.19
Waxed birch finish on sturdy wood. This handy little
(raining chair comes complete with attached swing tray,
safety strap and enameled chamber. (50-1372)
5-PIECE DINETTE SET
Finished in oyster while finish over
Nicely finished In various colors,
easy carrying or storing. (50-7191)
solid oak wood. Two
leaves makes ordinary size set, yet can be used as small set.
without leaves. Four sturdy chairs. Regular $47.50
Fully collapsible for
Health and posture giving. (50-5330)
Buoyant Innersprings Waterproof Coverings Air Vents
on Sides Taped Edges 6-Year Size
2 Pc. Living
WESTERN'S LOW PRICE
All hardwood dowelled frame. Rich turquoise
velour upholstery. Deep spring construction for
7-ft. DeLuxe Coronado Refrigerator
Cooker. Electric Clock, Mixmaster
Baby Stroller and Walker
Handle and foot base can be quickly removed
for use as a walker. Tu-lone color, large ruliber
tlred wheels. Rubber bumpers fronl anil back.
A large hf-sortment of beautiful
walnut and mahogany roilee ta
llies to choose from. A wonder
ful wedding present.
MATCHING END TABLES
... in hand rubbed walnut or
mahogany finish. SALE PRICE
Don't Forget The Date
Safc'd'y, June 7
Bedroom lU-auty '
in Poster Stjlo
Thrifty Payment Plan
Twin nize bed of hard vood,
in liutroui wnlnut or :r .
low maple finwh a
fftux thai ia amazingly low.
' " ft' I. m
Tot That Cabin or Spare Room
May We Suggest This Inexpensive
3 Pc. Bedroom
Regular $69.95 SALE
lied, Double Size -Four-Drawer
Mirror Walnut or Maple Finish.
Large 5-Piece Set SALE
5 Pc. Bedroom Suite $259.50
Styled for the most crllical purchaser. Largo drop
center vanity with extra large plate glass bev
Fiva-Drawer Sturdy Choot Double Waterfall Bed
Bench and Nlte Stand-All In Rich Walnut Finish
nut finish. Nicely
Renewed energy and vl fur
living are rewards of restful
Bleeping, on a lovel, renilient
Bpring and Mnttrean. Replace
worn-out, gagging sleeping