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8-Hcppncr Gazette Times, Heppner, Oregon, June 12, 1947
A Rug, Wooden Stool or Hamper
We have scatter rugs in wool-felt
woven strips, and felt ovals -at
this price you can't go wrong.
Take your pick at 25c, 50c & $1.00
Wooden Stools - White with colored
seats - neat little numbers but in
need of some glue. As is 25c
A Fine Assortment of Clothes Ham
pers in aluminum and wicker
$3.95 to $12.25
Case furniture Co.
Monday and Tuesday guests
at the home of Vet Conyers anil
Seth Eussell were Mr. and Mrs.
P. H. Beers of Portland. Mr.
Beers is a brother of Mrs. (."Oli
vers and Mrs. Russell.
Guests at the Krank Cole
home from Sunday to Tuesday
were Mr. and Mrs. George Tow
Sr.. Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Pew Jr..
and Mrs. Mary Parsons of Tort
land. Miss Marlene Fisk of Arling
ton is spending this week with
her grandmother. Mrs. Fisk.
Ronald Black, agricultural in
structor, with Mrs. Black, left
Wednesday fc.r Union, taking
over seven high school boys to
attend the livestock show. They
entered both calves and hogs,
which were taken over by Arnin
Hug. Boys going were Pelmar
Hug. Harold and Darrol Marlow,
Bill Miller. Delbert Ball, Charles
Graham and Leo Skoubo.
Pendleton callers Thursday
were Mr. and Mrs. Ernie Peck
and daughter Shirley, Mr. and
Mrs. D. F. Ransier, Mr. and Mrs.
E. T. Messenger and -daughter
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Holden of
Boise, Idaho, stopped at the
Chas. Nickerson home Thursday
Mrs. Esther Knight and chil
dren. Fred and Edna, motored
to Sunnvside, Wash., Friday to
' spend the week end.
I Mrs. Russell Miller and daugh-
i ters Mildred, Grace and Patty,
and Miss Evelyn Miller, motor
ed to Pendleton Friday.
Mr. and Mrs. Lester Gronquist
MARRltD UCflL I FIND A -i
girl uke. th ons. that.
HUH 1HEV OONT
HAVT WOMEN UKE
GBANDPA ONLV MARRltD,
Women of today have electricity as their servant ... it washes,
irons, cooks, sews, cleans and keeps you comfortably cool or warm
... . as you wish. It is a trusted servant . . . saving time and energy,
giving pleasure. Shop at the HEPPNER HARDWARE & ELECTRIC
COMPANY for your electrical appliances and wiring needs.
Patrons of Heppner Business Houses:
it is the desire of the business concerns of
Heppner to take advantage of the double
holiday to give employer and employee a va
cation, therefore stores and other places of
business in the town will remain
Closed July 4th and 5lh
Make your plans accordingly and lay in your
week-end supplies by July 3.
Heppner Chamber of Commerce.
STAR xm REPORTER
Sunday Matinee starts at 1 p.m.. Boxotrice
open until 3:30.
Evening shows, except Saturday, start at
7:30. Saturday show btaris at 7:00. Boxof
fice open evenings until 9 o'clock.
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.
FKlDAY-bATUMDAY, Jan. 13-14
Gentleman Joe Palooka
Lon Errol, Jot Klrkwood. Xlysa Kaox, Li
onel Slander, Q-uy Xibbee, H. B. W&rner,
Warren Hymer, CM Buu-ro, Frits Feld.
Stroiiyi-.r cji.n and eritfrtalnmi-nt values make
Uns Bnnil feature baed on the 11am Fiwher
I'ntiiic snip even better th:in the first (which
u plenty good!)
Song of the Sierras
Jimmy W&kuiy-LuM White m.tern with a
few muM'iU number Hrul mi ahundauce of
A Boy and His Dog
ThU extra added attraction In Technicolor
wit a winner nf the Academy Award aa the
heV fi-nturetle of the ye;jr It's ffilper.
SnnDAY-MONDAY, Jun. 15.16
Till the Clouds Roll By
Jao Ally on. Lucltl Bomer, Jndy GarUnd,
ftthryn Grayson, Vu HefUn. L-f-n Borne,
Van JtJiUBon, AnirU Ln;bury, Tony Mir.
tin, Virginia O'Brien, Dinah Short, Frmk
luatra, Xobert Walkir.
The intimntic hie rtury uf Jrrotne Kern . . .
photographed JH Kainbuw Tettmicoior . . .
tunes covering a whole era of American popu
lar music , , . from boyiiinirig to end it's gay.
"parklihK and dazzling.
TUESDAY, Jane 17
We advertiHed thlH unuHual and novel m:lo
drama earlier in the aeanon hut It did not ar
rive. It Is from a fli'k Hkript and ha-i an ex
cellent cant including Sydney Ooeoatreet, Peter
lorre, Georgs Couloaris.
Also on the narne proKiam are two outrtandiiiK
short Huhjy:t: A murural wllh Deal Arnes
and Ills Orehenlra and ALICE IN MOVIKLAND
Ei Hulllvun's ahort Mlory In made Into a
movie short with Jfwui Ie)iUo.
WEDNESDAY-THUBSDAY, June 18-18
Clark Oabla, Spencer Tracy, Claadette Colbert,
Hedy Lamarr, Frank Morgan, Lionel AtwilL
A relBHUe of a Kreat film unmatched for mag
nitude ... a chronlfde of the dnya when liurk
bennett wan an oil camp full of fitfht, enter
prise and Kulle and anHe-deep In mud.
A New March of Time
of Minnesota who have boon '
visiting their brother and sis-I
terin-lavv, Mr. and Mrs. Ray j
(irumiuist, returned home Thurs- i
I'layton Allen had the niisfor- j
tune to have his V-S stolen some
few days ago and the car was ;
located in Las Vegas. Nov. Mr.
Allen left for Las Vegas Thurs
day, going as far as Salt Lake
City with Mr. and Mrs. Gronquist
who left that day.
Mr. and Mrs. Kred Pieratt and
son Jimmie. Keith- Levitt and
Mrs. Alice Deulen of Woodland,
Wash., are at the I. T. Tcarson
home, coming to attend the wed
ding of their son, Willis Pieratt,
to Miss Evelyn Pearson.
Mrs. Crystal Barlow and
daughter Chloo and Albert Ball
motored to Pendleton Saturday.
Mrs. Frank Cole and Mrs. Gus
McLouth left Saturday for Tort-4
land and Vancouver to be gone
a week. Mrs. Cole will visit
relatives and return to The Dal
les on Sunday to attend the
wedding there of Miss Lois Mes
senger. Mrs. McLouth will visit
a daughter in Vancouver.
John Mulligan returned home
to Albany after spending a week
with his son, Jack Mulligan, and
family. Going with him were
Richard and Jackie Mulligan to
spend the summer with their
Mr. and Mrs. Warren Smith
and son of Vancouver, Wash..
have moved into the home of
Ray Conyers in Boardman. Mr.
Smith is safety engineer on the
Mr. and Mrs. Lee Pearson left
Monday on a two weeks vaca
tion. They will stay for a few
days in Portland with Mrs. Pear
son's brother-in-law and sister,
Mr. and Mrs. John DoMoss. then
they will motor on to Eugene
for a while with her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Gemmell.
Mr. Pearson is water pumper
for the U. P. at Messner.
Guests at the Earl Downey
home are Mrs. Downey's broth
er and family, Mr. and Mrs. L.
0. Mcintosh and two sons of
Sheridan, Wyo. Sunday they
formed a party with another
sister and husband, Mr. and
Mrs. Guy Ferguson, and motor
ed to Prosser to spend the day
with friends, Mr. and Mrs. Frank
Williams. While playing on the
porch little Larry Joe Mcintosh
fell and broke his left arm. He
was taken to the hospital for
medical aid and remained there
over night. Mr. and Mrs. Earl
Downey remained with the Fer
gusons. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Earwood
and daughter Shirley motored
to Olex Sunday visiting Mrs.
Garwood's brother and family,
Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph Steinke.
Their daughter Elinora is spend
ing a couple of weeks with rela
Miss Marie Messenger of Los
Angeles arrived at the home of
her parents Sunday to spend a
while and attend the wedding of
her sister, Lois Messenger.
Sunday a very fine dinner was
served at the Dewey West Jr.
home. Guests were Mr. West's
parents. Mr. and Mrs. Dewey
West Sr., and two sisters, Lois
and Shirley, grandmother, Mrs.
Frances Wetherell, all of Ar
lington, and his brother-in-law
and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Dale
A drivers license examiner is
scheduled to he on duty from
10 a.m. to 4 p.m., Tuesday, June
17 at the courthouse in Heppner.
Persons wishing licenses or per
mits to drive are asked to get in
touch with the examiner well
ahead of the scheduled closing
hour in order to assure comple
tion of their applications with a
minimum of delay.
. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Mitchell
of Joseph were overnight guests
Thursday of Mrs. Frances Mit
chell. They were enroute to
Portland to visit their daughter.
Lorene Mitchell, who spent a
few days in Pendleton last week
accompanied them to her home
here and on to Hood River to
visit at the Vawter Parker home.
Melvin Ray is the name giv
en their son born June 3 at St.
Anthony's hospital in Pendleton
by Mr. and Mrs. Robert Taylor.
The baby is the first child of
the young couple, the first
grandchild of Mr. and Mrs. Hay
-. GAS & AIR . . .
Howdy Folks: Confidering the
weather, this should b0 a cold
column. This is the season
that's so cold the wind even
howls about it.
COLD WEATHER ADVICE
If you wish to have; a short
winter, have your note come due
in the spring.
Anyhow, white many crc
cold, lew are frozen. (There's
a deep one.)
The only thing bad vvealher Is
pood for is conversation.
Jack the coal dealer says
that the fiist. real touch of
winter is the coal dealer's.
Everyone should have a ther
mometer. If you haven't one,
get it now for they'll be a lot
higher in summer.
i Why go south for the winter
when you have a lot of win
And why go elsewhere for
complete automobile service
when we can supply you your
needs so thoroughly?
Unrein Motor Service
Taylor and the first great grand
child of L. V. Briggs, county
Leo White of Tonasket, Wash.,
is visiting his brother, Harvey,
proprietor of White's cafe.
Betty Lovgren and the Misses
Doris and Dorothy Worden are
home from Eastern Oregon Col
lege at La Grande for the sum
Miss Margaret Gillis went to
Portland Sunday to be gone a
couple of weeks. Her main ob
jective is the refresher course for
public health nurses but as an
aside she hoped to find some
time to enjoy the Rose festival.
Ray Massey wont to Portland
Monday to consult an eye spe
cialist. He suffered a fractured
jaw and other injuries June 1
when struck in the face by a
ball during the three-inning
game between Heppner and
Condon. An x-ray disclosed three
faetures of the jawbone and it
later developed that he suffer
ed an eye injury as well.
Mr. and Mrs. N. Schmalz of
Condon were Heppner business
The Life Line
The life line-your backbone-is the
real zone of youth. Keep this vital
region strong and straight and sup
ple and it will keep you young and
NORMAL NERVE FUNCTION
-in the organs and limbs creates dy
namic health. Lack of nerve function
permits your limbs to wither, organs
to function poorly, your whole body
to become listless. Look to the life
line for the source of vital nerve energy-
Air and Oxygen
with water is one of the newest in
therapeutic measures for the correc
tion of colon disorders.
Physio-therapy, Hydro-therapy, Colon-therapy,
X-RAY, LABORATORY WORK
DR. CLYDE DUNHAM
Office hours 9 to 12, 1 to 6 evenings by appointment
Mon., Wed.. Fri., and Sat.
I.O.O.F. Building Heppner, Oregon Phone 2572
J. Palmer Sorlein, Pastor
Morning worship, 11 a.m.
Sunday church school, 9:45 a.
Women's Society of Christian
Service meets first Wednesday
of each month.
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Burns and
sons are visiting this week in
Medford, their former home.
RED RASPBERRIES are ripe and
for sale at the R. C. Svvarnor
ranch 14 miles east of Her
miston. Place orders now. 12c
WANTED 50 or GO head of cat
tle to pasture. Open bunch-
grass pasture. Cows and calv
es, $223 pair per month; oth
ers $2 per month. T. H. Perry,
Loncrook. Ranch located 5
. miles north of Lonerook on
Heppner Lonerook road. 12-13p
FOR SALE Small road grader.
See J. O. Rasmus, city super
FOR SALE New Hampshire
fivers, dressed or alive. Call
3-1F3, Lexington. Mrs. Julian
F01SALK Young heifer wtih
week old calf. $110; alw grade
bull, 3 years, Guernsey and
Jersey, $125. Walter Jopson,
lone, Ore. 12e
Chamber of Commerce
and her 7-piece orchestra
Sponsored by the JCC to raise
money for the
Gold Star Memorial
at Pair Pavilion
Admission: $1.20 per person
Dancing from 9:00 to 1:00
','A bargain it a good piece of merchandise at a price that's
tor for ita QUALITY. It'a what you GET for what you
PAY that makes a Penney bargain.
Cheap, shoddy stuff is never a bargain, no matter how
little it costs you. We wouldn't give it houseroom here at
t Through thick and thin we've stuck to this: it niuit ba
GOOD and LOW-PRICED lo be a bargain!
Thai's why our customers believe in us. Like ut, they're
bard-working Americans who won't stand for lazy dollars.
TEN YEARS SINCE
SPORT AND CASUAL
COATS SOLD AT
Remember what prices were in '37? In those
days we had sport and causual coats at S10
BUT NOT SINCE THENI Those coats were glori
fied wool sport shirts. THESE are rich wool
blends and all-wool suitingsl Tailored like a
man's good suit these are coats a man can
really feel dressed-up in. Broad, well-set shoul
ders . . . rayon-lined body and sleeves . . ,
flawlessly tailored! Handsome herringbones and
glen plaids, shepherd checks and novelty weaves,
solid colors end two-tones all going at MANY
dollars below their original price I
Men's Brown Wing Tip Sport Shoes
Women's White Leather Sandals
Women's Swim Suits 1 -piece style
Women's Plattic Summer Handbags
Men's Wool Gabardine Slacks
Jr. Boys' Slack Suit3, Sanforized"
Shrinkage will not exceed lTo
CANNON TERRY TOWEL SETS
Large Bath Towels 98c
Matching Guest Towel 59c
Matching Wash Cloths 25c
Colors: Yellow, Green, Blue, Peach
Multi-color Terry Face Towels 39c
36" White Outing Flannel 29c yd.
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We Have But One Aim . . .
And thai- is to serve our customers nothing but
To accomplish that aim, we buy only the best home-grown
beef and only top quality wholesale products.
LET US PROVE THIS STATEMENT TO YOU!
The same policy holds good throughout our store . . .
Fresh, crisp vegetables and fruits every day . . .
in fact, the entire stock is new and fresh.
Learn to make savings on your food bill by paying cash.
Court Street Market