Heppner gazette-times. (Heppner, Or.) 1925-current, June 26, 1947, Page 6, Image 6

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    6-Hcppner Gazette Times, Heppner, Oregon, June 26, 1947
Weddings Rule News at Boardman
At beautiful ceremony in
thf FirKt Christian church in
The Da Hps, Fleanora Axelgarde
Fkouho, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Adolph Skoubo of Board
man and Toivo Similia of Port
land were married at 4 p.m..
Sunday, Juno 15, the Rev. Cecil
Warner Sr. performing the dou-
hie ring service.
The bride, given in marriage
by her father was gowned in
long white taffeta with fingertip
veil, carrying a white bible with
gardenia flowers. Her maid of
honor was her twin sister, Asta
Skoubo. wearing pink and cot
sage of sweet peas. Bridesmaids
were Erna and Dagmar Skoubo.
sisters of the bride, and Daphne
Gilbert of Portland, niece of the
bridegroom. Best man was Geo.
Similia. brother of the groom,
and usher was Gunner Skoubo.
brother of the bride. Little Bar-
bara Anderogg. daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Chas. Amieregg. was
flower girl, and Jimmie Garri
son, son of Mr. and Mrs. James
Garrison of Oregon City, was
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Handy for an over
night or week-end
Men's 18 inch
CASE' 4.00 eo.
Black or brown
20 inch
Repriced in time
for your summer
Saturday Features at Penney's
48 gauge 20 denier
shades 1.39
Sizes 8V2 to 10
Tricot Knit
34 to 40 2.98
Cool Gr smart for
summer wear.
104 Pairs Womens
Spring Or Summer
close-out 2.00
See these grand
I ring bearer. Maxlne Ely and
Carolyn Sicard of Boardman
' wrt r.imtlo lirM-rc
Mrs. Russell DeMauro (Fran
cos Skoubo), cousin of the bride
sang two songs. "Because," and
"I Love You Truly," accompan
ied at the piano by Ruby Schmidt.
A reception followed in the i
church basement where the
bride and goom cut the first
piece of a three-tiered cake, this
being served by Mrs. Paine of
Hermiston. Mrs. Chas. Anderegg
of Boardman poured the coffee
and Mrs. Cecil Warner of The
Dalles was at the punch bowl.
Miss Patricia Warner was in
charge of the gift book.
The bride and groom were 'pre
sented with a silver service for
eight from Mr. and Mrs. Harvey
Paine and Dr. Marble of Her
miston. .
At a beautiful wedding cere
mony Sunday in The Dalles at
the Baptist church at 3 p.m.,
June 15, Lois Ellen Messenger,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E. T.
Messenger, became the bride of
Mr. Ronald Alvin Willett, with
the Ministers Losi and Cleveland
performing the double ring cer
emony. The bride was given in mar
riage by her fat Iter, who was
dressed in dark blue, and was
lovely in a white gabardine suit
with white accessories. She car
ried a white Bible with orchid
and lavendar streamers with
small white flowers. The groom
wore grey with a white carna
tion. The altar was decorated
with calla and regal lilies with
hells on white streamers. Mrs.
Shirley Spickerman sang two
songs. "Because" and "I Love
You Truly." accompanied by
Mrs. Dorothy Roth.
Mrs. Frank Hammell of The
Dalles, sister of the bride, was
matron of honor who wore a
grey suit with a corsage. Brides
maid was Mrs. Don Roach of
Enterprise, wearing a yellow
suit. Rena June Messenger of
Lexington, niece of the bride
and Jessie Berger of The Dalles
were candle lighters, each wear
ing blue suits.
Best man was Glenn Willett
and the ushers were Jedd and
Mike Willett, all brothers of the
At the reception which follow
ed. Mrs. Leonard of Portland
served the wedding cake, while
Mrs. Truman Messenger of Lex
ington and Mrs. E. J. Sharp did
the pouring. Miss Marie Mes
senger and Mrs. Robert Berger
assisted in the serving. Mrs. U.
H. Messenger of Portland had
charge of the guest book.
The wedding of Miss Charlotte
Jacqueline Wooley, daughter of
Mrs. Bernedette Wooley of Al
berta, Canada, to Donald Clyde
Tannehill, eldest son of Mr. and
Airs. Clyde Tannehill, was an
event of Sunday, June 22, in the
Boardman Catholic church, the
Rev. O'Sullivan of Pendleton
performing the ceremony at
high noon.
The bride was given in mar
riage by her uncle. Luki Culm A Vorih Xfr.rr.wu rnuntv Falr.bn nrosirlent: Mahol Allpn. Clvde Mrs. Roy Partlow and datiRh-
of Alberta. She wore a white board meeting was held at Fred Tannehill, and Buster Rands of ter Patty left Friday for Junction
dress, street leneth with a white ; Hniiphtnn'e nftico in lrrmon lnst I Rnarrlman Don Kpnnv and Ad- City to spend a
week with her
Penney's will be closed Friday-Sat., July 4-5
hat and carried her erandmoth.
er's rosary. Her flowers were an
old fashioned bouquet.
Mrs. Bell Campbell, an aunt
of the bride, also of Canada, was
matron of honor. She wore black
and carried an old-fashioned
Best man was Keith Tanne
hill, brother of the groom.
A wedding breakfast was held
at the home of the groom's par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Tanne
hill, Mrs. Campbell, aunt of the
bride, assisting Mrs. Tannehill
with the serving.
Only immediate members of
the families were present. Com
ing from Alberta, Canada, were
the bride's mother, Mrs. Berne
dette Wooley; her grandmother,
Mrs. Bulger; an uncle, Luke
Bulger; aunt, Mrs. Bell Camp
bell, and a cousin, Regina Fra-
zier. the grooms parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Clyde Tannehill, and
brothers Keith and Lyle, were
also present, the latter coming
from Eugene Saturday for the
The young coupie will make
their home at Messner where
Mr. Tannehill is second trick
operator at the U. P. depot.
Surveyors are working on the
project and so far local residents
are very curious as to what they
are doing. Doesn't cost to won
Building Is a very popular '
work on the project at present.
Russell Miller and Leo Potts are
both making additions to their
homes and Fred Smith is again
busy on his cabins.
Frank Ofner of Condon visited
over the week end here with Mr.
and Mrs. Chas. Stoltnow. I
week. Present were Ralph Skou-train Allen of Irrigon.
mother, Mrs. Marie Golden.
FOR SALE Yellow transparent
apples; bring boxes. Best for
green apple pie a la mode and
jelly now. Home of the Full
Box Robinson Orchards, south
of Cabin City, Hermiston.
GAS & AIR . . J
Howdy Folks: A pretty fair
proof that money talks is in the
fact that only women's heads
appear on coins.
When money folks, every
body listens. Our neighbor
says that money works two
ways, it talks and it stops talk.
The kind of money that talks
must be hush money.
One lady remarked that many
a girl marries to make her
dream come true.
While on the subject of mon
ey, we could soy that pin mon
ey doesn't amount to much
less the the pin is a diamond
And of course, the expression
"dollars to doughnuts" doesn't
carry the odds it used to.
The odds are in favor of
you buying our service over
and over if you'll just give it
a try once.
Unrein Motor Service
Return Engagement
Ken Davison
and His Orchestra
July 3
Admission $1.00 per person
Coot I
You can't beat a short wave for
A New Jeel Cold Wave by Duart at
is just what you want to keep you fit
druing the hot weather.
Phone 53 now and we can fix you
up before the 4th.
Edith - Alice - Ethel
Sunday Matinee starts at 1 p.m.. Boxotnce
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.
Lone Star Moonlight
A western musical with K Cnrtis, Joan Bar
ton, Qaj KlbbM, th Smut 8t, th. Hull
Travis Trio, Judy Clark u her Bhytbm
San Quentin
Lawrence Tierney, Barton MacLana, Marian
Can, Harry Shannon.
The tough star o' "Dilllnger'' In another fast
and furious yarn.
The Angel and the Badman
John Wayne, Gall BmseU, Harry Cany, Brnoe
Cabot, Irene Rich, Stephen Grant.
Romance and action are blended in an absorb
lng manner ... a touching and tender story
retaining the thrills of a superior western.
Admission Pices both Matin, 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.
Tuaeday, Jnly 1
I Cover Big Town
Phillip Beed, Hillary Brooke, Bob.rt Lowery
We tlunk we've arranged a unique double bill
for this program. . . both features have the same
cast and both are based on the radio program
Big Town" with fighting Steve Wilson and
lovely Lorelei! Also on the program Is a col
ored Popular Bcience "Moon Sockets."
Wednesday-Thursday, July 1-3
Jack Carson. Robert Button, Martha Vlckers,
Janls Paige, Otto Xruger
Carson's very own, very special, very big ro
mance is a breezy lesson In easy lovln' . . . full
of songs to whistle and gals to whistle at!
(This cute comedy Is very new so don't miss It
now because you haven't heard much about it
and wish later that you'd seen it.)
"Transportation Unlimited"
see the new
Advance-Design Chevrolet Trucks
ON DISPLAY'. Saturday, June 28
Here are the trucks you've been waiting to
see, with new styling from road to roof.
The new Chevrolet trucks have increased load
space . . . longer wheelbases . . . stronger,
sturdier frames, Chevrolet's new flexi-mounted
cab is cushioned against road-shocks, torsion
and vibration. Chevrolet's fresh-air heating
and ventilating system, the Cab That
"Breathes" (optional at extra cost) "inhales"
fresh air . . . "exhales" used air, giving
greater driver comfort
See the new Chevrolet trucks today. Hodge
Chevrolet Company, 2 West Main Street will
be glad to give you the facts about Chevrolet
trucks for your business.
And remember . , , there Is a Chevrolet truck
to meet your hauling needs.
Hodge Chevrolet Company
FOR SALE rew Hampshire irw!!;"rai!ii'i!'ir!'i''!
trvers, nressea or anve. can
34F3, Lexington. Mrs. Julian
Rauch. 1215c
FOR SALE 7-room house. See
Eruce Lindsey or phone 1014.
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and the Famous
CaJa etna Orchestra
JULY 1, 1947
American Legion Hall - lone, Ore.
Admission $2.50 per person
for farm and home repairs and
fencing can be obtained at our
mill on East Fork of Willow
available: 2x6, 2x8, 2x10 and
varied widths and lengths in inch fir
lumber-rough green.
One mile above city well. Turn left at
forks of Willow Creek.
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Finest Foods - - - Fairest Prices
Smart, thrifty housewives know the value of making every
penny count. That's why so many come here for the best in
fine foods of all kindsat prices trimmed to keep budgets
in working order year 'round.
By selling for cash only we eliminate bookkeeping expense.
The difference is passed on to the customer. And our help
yourself system of shopping places our fresh, clean stocks
absolutely at your disposal.
Court Street Market