Heppner gazette-times. (Heppner, Or.) 1925-current, June 12, 1947, Page 4, Image 4

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4-Hcppner Gazette Times, Heppner, Oregon, June 12, 1947
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' Liv.lvnor. N. om .is .-r- j ..:tn!.v u S. .'.;;:. i. . ;.ml :i
; .- ir.jutvd bin i - ...... j Sun.i.iv Y.r. ar.;l Mrs. Frank
N'' i h.i.l ti h.no iUh-!oi 's caroj lVsoh an. I !.a:i'.!'.UT Ro.iira of
I ' r :;;i:i"t mjuru-s. Il'insser. Vah were thouv
T!u M.'innv County 0:mi K.'O'r Cair.j.rv!! arM IV.' n
' ilr. .,-r asSiH-iatiim lu-M iVit j Hun' hae ronsmo-l from a
' ' -il morning in Lexington v ivk's xaeali.m spent on the
:.'..!,!.'. Dir.f.er was sor oil at j so ; thorn Crogon iv.i. and at
"i ' : l!v la.Ues of the Ke- Cr.itor !;ike.
' N ' '-It l'l.t-e. Mr. ami Mrs. Harry P:n;:os
' Mrs. IVear BreeiHtv: iiro e to PorMaml Friday. They
;!r, 'o to iViiiU'le-n ?'.:nday !oin-.e ;u . .it-panio.i by Joan liw-
'''""" daughter aid sort-in- j ler of" Ht-ppnor. On the return
, !.'. i'r- and Mrs. Bill M.tth-:i Satur.iay they came thrnn;rt
rw -. Their son Max who has 1 three water spouts and wore
id 'rs. K.' Orant. Mr. and ' !'a.l rson ho-r.
: ..Ui. '!... ko; aad Mr. Mis Kila Fdo
d Mrs. Ko M.,1.1.1. City Williams of Kasil wore'
Mrs. l.i.i, . M.iisoil am! fiairiid in Coidetnl.ile. Wash..;
.!.i;..:.::ers h
iter inoii'.er.
di.s past wo;
from Topjior.
1 ..rl Warm
trip la Wah.i
: t'i'n Mil;;.;
s .Nettie lUvis
The i.sitois are
nade a Ini-iness
. .uhi Monday.
hero Sunday, j in St. Patiiek's hall afler mass.
! Ktn.'ua and. Mas will he at it am. This w.ll
oniy mass on Sunday.
Til.: -six pi.p;is at .end -d. the
;: "''a r seliool course whieh
: s euiidueii'd hy Sisters Itien-
and Magdalene 1 ranias
'I'!.. y ha! as asshaam.s M ir sruer
i'.t Cl.avev. Mis. Lewis (til I ion
ur.roay. Mrs. Kate Jelliek an. I ::
a brother. Cliariey. were the '.it- : s
nesses. niiil Mrs. .Totrn Sudar tiinl den
Art Fdrre were also present. ; I ;.,
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Barbara Sherman ami Juno S:ea
r'.'ll. T;e sisters will leaxi
! l-opp'-or Sunday fur Seattle 1"
a;'er i aniiieer .sehool.
Ky Ids
The Hepi,.
W a;
w ore v 1
d M
been spending the last month in marooned in The pallet? a while,'
'Ymkeion. returned home with 1 bv the flood.
a H. ni;' rson 1 r.' the tat'er p.;.t them. I Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Munk-j
ol hist wo-k. Mr. and Mrs. Don CampbeU ers h. e moved into their new I
I 'in t.r.i.d wrorkrd his car have been entertaining quite a home just recently completed. I
Tl-.ut.-da t v hi 1 tetutn- u w out-of-town guests recently. Sneral Lemt:'on nsiple went !
irtg from h.-ppt . ; The w reck tHer the Memorial day week , to the rodeo in Condon last week j
h.-iiipenod ..1 ;!: '-e about a end. Mrs. Campbell's sister and end. Those attending: were Mr.;
Keligious vacation school
.Leathers : . 1 ," ' uuick s par- -
-;.., . . , 1 ,sl t!l eloso olfieially Sundav ' CAF.D OF THANKS
r'o"''"''i - t th Wllh a'lnti'iistraiio-i of f,;s! Wo t.;ke this means of thank
'v -i ;,,ol-v eommunion. The names of i in neiKhhors and friends for
-.... " ll'u '1 . tin- fust comnnir.ieants arc Per,-j 1'te'tr expaes.-ions of sympuluy.
ri,i :.. l-,-, 1 s-v Applej-ate. Joan Brosnao, floral ot'fcrimts and many acts
ima 1. iv. n.ua , vireinia Gomv .Kohl, v l.au.d.lin t r i.i,i., i ,,r ,-....( 1,...
Billy M.mahan. Jaekie Sherman. 1 ,eaomont.
I'lny will bo honored hy a' The familv of lalw irr L.
Ineakfast sien hy their parents! Bucknurii.
Fort land.
.1 the sum-
LOOKING FOR THRILLS? Well, there's a real one in store
for you the day your appliance dealer calls to say the
. new washer you've waited for is here. We've been waiting
too, for most kinds of power system equipment are still
on the hard-to-get list. There's a lot more to the
new appliances than just beauty and convenience,
for operating costs here are low.
Remember, PP&L rates are only
one-half the natronal average! P " f-.- , ):
-M ri
n yiAis of f uiiic Jtnnct LjJi '
riii Tim le Hariri?
Now is the time to hove your stock sprayed
for flies and lice.
Attention Stockmen Statistics released by
the Department of Agriculture show that a
beef animal may lose from 50 to 100 pounds
in weight during fly season.
Save yourself this loss by having your
stock sprayed NOW!
Contact County Agent's Office or
Phone 2193, Heppner
bad rams r
am! night.
Llwn Dow
Saturday, co -He
expects ;
titer here., I
Kinard M. Panic! moed his I
mte and daaghu-r kamona to
Kin.'ua Sun,., y !':om iioppi'.er.
Since Miss ?U'limcl plans to
enter Monmouth normal school
at once, she ;il he here only
a short time.
Mr. and Mrs. I'arrol V. Roho
and daughter of Burns are is
itfng Mrs. Kobe s parents, Mr.
and Mrs. I . r -Nelson this week.
Mr. Kobe vi I go to Ia;;;ene from
here to enter .-umraer sihool. He
is iha math it'-maior at Burns.
Mrs. Cari y...em.,:i spent the
week end at l ortkui.l uherc she
attended the eighth grade grad
uation exeroes of Iter son Carl
Jr. at Hill Mmiary academy.
Miss DoiiS Jeters leiurned
home Thuisaay from La (Iramlo
where she ; t'enae.l K. O. eoliege
of educatiott.
Morris Brawn. James Waller.
O. D. Bal.ar. ticitrgc close and
Andrew Statg of Fossil went to'
Portland on Friday, where they
cxpectecLjo take the Shrine de
gree Saturday. The Mosdames
(.'lose. Wallter. Baker and Brown
accompanied, their husbands.
Since the hall game at home
was rained out a large crowd of
Kinzua people attended the Con
don rodeo ran Sunday, some go
ing over for both d.;s ami the
dance and smoker. In spite of
the downpour a huge crowd
came out both days to see the
ooys really get their hacks mud
dyand plenty did.
The pe: 1c spem.ing p.Tt oi
the week end in The D.du s were
Mr. and Mrs. Ih-ib r.iioy. Mrs.
Kate Jelliek, Hikkvd Hines.
Mrs. Harold Potter. Marvin Hines
and daughter. Glenda Lee. and
Mrs. John Sudar.
Nafe Coleman, father of the
Coleman brothers, is visiting a
time here from The Dalles.
Mr. and Mrs. Ledcr Halversmi
wore in Ilepp-ier Saturday eve
ning, where Mi-. Ikdverson was
consulting a physician.
Mr. ar.d M:s. I i; renco Moore
came over from Heppner to isi;
ate Ralph Muoros ihis woo!-; end I
Mr. and Mrs. 1). P. Wrigln of;
Portland are wsjiiug at the home !
of their son Stanley's, tiiis week, i
and Mr. and' Mr-t. Allen Flock 'j
of Sandburg, Pom., are also;
here visit iog, them. Mrs. FlocK
is a sister. j
Mrs. Oc.rse Smith returned ;
home Sumk y af'rr suemling '
some time in Portland re-oiving
medical attention. '
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Johnson of j
Heppner visited at the Lesti
Co.ifainj 50
So powerful one lick kills a tat i
t Add to baits
Dust in runways
Float on drinking wattr
cenoi compnnv
Sand and Gravel
Have two dump trucks on the job at all
times ready to give you satisfactory ser
vice. Eliminate hand shoveling. Will
deliver where you want it.
Rates ore very reasonable
Vernoi Chrisfoph arson
Phone 3011
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Of n e. r1 h 8 1 ?
w (J ilxliu wi U I
More than a Million
Farmers act' Finaihtd
PrcMTiulinn il ih,- hu.iit, i iht- ceil' ... 4
American Agriculture.
Be Secure! Vuu him- the rij.i.1 u, k. .. uic
loan vou olilain offers the l l in serice and sccnrily
turing good limes anil Inul.
lnvestignte Coopcruliti- I tin J i U...
Vulca In ManoflE:tift,.i
'Liberal Prepayment Privllcget
S i in in i ii l ?
II ow
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Where to.Go?. . . How to Get There?. . . Places to Eat?
Your Mobilgas Dealer has the answers to more fun with
your car. . . the best vacation spots . . . Kood places to eat.
For, your Mobilfiaa Dealer is a long-time member of the
community; hes an outdoor man, haunts the best local
epots himself. And, he's one of nearly 5,000 independent
merchants in the West whoso aim is to help you have
more fun with your car.
Whether you're looking for a
downtown street or seeking a
secluded spot for a quiet week
end, your local Mobilgaa Dealer
can help.
Whether you're pulling into I
strange town after a long, hard
drive, or just out for an evening'i
cruise, your Mobilgas Dealer
knows the eating spots. Drive in
and get heal tips on where U) eat
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R. H. LOv;;r. !:.-.
Naiion.-l Farm Loccti A .-c-'tiin-';
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can do to win a war. You earned the
right to step into the biggest, strongest,
peacetime veterans' team in the history
of the world. Now, your American Legion
guarantees you a "welcome home" that
It gives you comradeship, real backing
and guidance in veterans' affairs,
live-wire social and activities pro
gram, an opportunity to tutn your
ideas about civic improvement in
to concrete fact.
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Heppner, Oregon