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4-Heppner Gozette Times, Hcppner, Oron, Sept. 4, 1947
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lter and bro't er.
t:i,y Bren'iT. v,n nf Vr and
Mr, c'. i: B.".nr. suTfere,'. a
f'lchi fiiiii.ivinn of the brain
when he fi! trim Ms bicycle
Tt.urn.iav err !:.p. Ho was taken
o Hrj-p'-.p I.t medical stten
;kn. Tnmrr.v IVhertv. son of Mr.
!ts. F;vin and Kenneth John- guests of Mr. uarst s parents.
son last . Mr. and Mrs. El-1 Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Carlson,
r's in Jo! nson and children of Losj M, anj jIrs pavtd Kietmann
' Anpelos are on a vacation trip j,n(j fariily were Walla Walla
throueh Nevada. 1tah. Idaho i v jsjt0!.s Saturday.
And Orepnn. Kenneth Johnson's I v. RnrK. cmi,h u rmrir-,
home is in Condon.
Sunday dinner euests of Mrs. I
! Pa idsnn were Mr. and Mrs
! Harlan M.Vr.rrfy Jr. and Mr. and
(Mrs Harlan McCurdy Sr. of
ar.'i Mrs. Wm Iherty, returned. Mrs Larry rreuss ol rortiand
;mp This rek on terminal sicr.t a few days at the home
ioave. lie spoilt most of his time 'of her aunt and nuele. Mr. and
in lie service in Korea. j Mrs. Lee Beckncr.
V-s nia Davidson enjoyed a Mr. and Mrs. John Darst and
brief visit with two of her keph- ' sons of Corvallis were week-end
To the Queen
of the 23rd annual
Band of Heppner
We extend hearty Congratulations
Alice's Beauty Shop
Edith-Alice - Ethel
a slightly sprained ankle.
The members of the lone Ca
tholic church met Wednesday of
this week at the Congregational
rooms to discuss plans for be
cinnirig work on their new
church which will be built on a
lot at the west end of the Com
gregational church block. The
Miss Gladys Brashers of Hoi-,
lywood. Cal.. arrived last Friday
to visit her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Pale Ray.
The O. E. S. Social club met
at the home of Mrs. Sam Mc
Millan Wednesday, Sept. 3.
Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Hughes
and son of Portland spent the
week end visiting Mrs. Ada Can
non of lone and Mrs. Grace
Hughes of Heppner.
Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Math
ews left Saturday for Salem to
mend the state (air. Mr. and
lot will be cleared and work 'Mrs H. O. Elv Unt with thorn
will begin immediately. ! Donald Euhanks, son of Mr. and
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For information address
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Portraits of Children and the Family
Rodeo and Parade Pictures
May and Chase St.
Three Things To Remember . . .
To attend the Heppner Rodeo and Morrow County Fair --
this week end;
To be ready for School Monday, September 8 and
To Buy Your Foodstuffs at
Court Street Market
Mrs. John Eubanks, who has
been making a three-weeks vis
it in Portland with his grand
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Mor
gan and Mr. and Mrs. W. W.
Smith, will return with the Mat
thews. Word was received last week
that Erling Thompson of Mc
Minnville, formerly of lone, had
contracted polio, with both leps
effected, early in August. He was
taken to the Hahneman hospit
al in Portland where the doctors
.re hopeful for a complete re
covery. OCTOBER 25 CONDON
Mr. and Mrs. Noel Dobyns and
daughter Dorothy returned home
Wednesday of last week from
a two weeks vacation trip in
Billy Lundell accompanied by
his grandmother, Mrs. C.
Swanson, drove to Milwaukie
last week end. Billy's mother
Mrs. Frank Lundell, returned
with them Sunday. Mrs. Lundc
is convalescing from a recent
Mr. and Mrs. B. C. Forsythe re
turned Saturday from Storey,
Wyoming, where they spent
their summer vacation.
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Calkins of
Hillsboro made a short visit
with Mrs. Calkins' mother. Mrs,
Sam Esteb, over last week end
George Ganger of Pendleton
visited from Tuesdav to Thurs
day with his daughter, Mrs
Henrv Clark. Lowell Clark of
Umatilla Ordnance also spent
several days with his parents.
Mr. and Mrs. Berl Akers and
sons recently returned from
trip to Crater lake and the Ore
Among 'the lone people attend
ing the "Dress Up" parade in
Pendleton Saturday evening were
Mr. and Mrs. Milton Morgan
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Pettyjohn,
Mr. and Mrs. Berl Akers, Mr.
and Mrs. H. O. Ely, Mr. and Mrs.
Edmond Bristow and their
guests, Mr. and Mrs. Homer Grif
fith of Nampa, Idaho.
Mr. and Mrs. John Brvson and
Mrs. Lana Fadberg spent Mon
day in Hermiston visiting Mr.
and Mrs. Huston Brvson.
Last Sunday Mary Hill castle
was the scene of a family pic
nic wnen Mrs. Fannie Griffith.
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Lindstrom and
J. Linn of lone and Mr. and
Mrs. Joseph Howk and family of
Troutdale met for a day's outing, i
Elmer Sniffer, lone high school
instructor, returned Monday from
his vacation in Louisianna and
other southern states. He savs
he is glad to be back in lone
after all the floods and torna
does he has experienced this
P. J. Linn left this week for
a two weeks visit with his son '
Walter and family of Vernonia
and his daughter, Mrs. Joe Howk
ami family of Troutdare. ,
OCTOBER 25 CONDON
TREES DO TALK!
. , - j A
Heppner Turns Out
Don Gilliam has returned
from Ukiah where he spent thel
summer working for the forest'
health nurse, and Joe Hughes Jr. Mr- ant Mrs- J- A- Troedson ing, they vUted relatives of Mrs.
drove to The Dalles today where returned home Wednesday eve- Banker In Utah. They report a
Hughes was to have a check up ning from a trip to White Sal-! nice trip although the weather
at the tuberculosis hospital.
A 7 12 pound daughter was I
born Sunday, Aug. 31, to Mr. and
Mrs. Fred Stamper at their home
on Jenkins street. She has been
named Freda Mae. I
Dr. and Mrs. A. D. McMurdo
mon, Wash., where they visited i was much less comfortable than
motored to Portland Wednesday . their parents, who took them on
Colors to match
afternoon to attend a medical
meeting and visit their son and
family, Mr. and Mrs. Charles E.
McMurdo and another son, Scott
Bob Pinckney is here from Eu
gene to spend a week with his
parents, Mr. and Mrs. B. C.
Mr. and Mrs. Osmund Sever
son of Vancouver, Wash., are
visiting here this week with her
brother, Harry Sherman and
family at their home on Willow i
Mrs. Jeanne Gaines spent the
week-end holiday with her par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Claude Hus
ton at their farm In Eightmlle. I
Joe Yocum of Wasco is visit-1
Ing at the home of his aunt, Mrs. j
Bert Kane, and grandparents.!
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Yocum. I
Jay Anderson of Hollister, Cal., I
arrived Sunday for a brief visit ;
al the home of Mr. and Mrs. Vir- j
gll Fisher. Mrs. Anderson and
children who have been visiting
here for the past three weeks
will return to California with
him the end of the week.
Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Gentry re
turned to their home In Baker
Monday after a week-end visit
here with their son-in-law and
daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Richard
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. that they are accustomed to here
and they breathed a sigh of re
lief when they crossed the bor
der into Oregon.
FOR SALE Baby clothes, high
chair, crib mattress, chest of
drawers, night stand, desk.
Lorraine Hams, t laiy Cabins,
Paul Balslger. They took their
grandchildren, who have been
visiting them, as far as Hood
River where they were met by
to their home at Clackamas.
W. O .Dix and Frank S. Par
ker drove to Portland Tuesday
to attend the funeral services
for the late T. J. Humphreys.
Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Banker
returned the first of the week
from a trip to New York where
they visited Mr. Banker's fath
er and other relatives. Return-
FOR SALE 5-room houya with
bath, concrete foi.n;':;',! n, half
basement, full vacant lot ad
joining. In process of remod
eling. Priced to sell. See Fran
cis B. Nickerson. 21c
Come next Monday-September 8-every boy ond girl knows vacation is
over. School takes over and the business at hand from then on is reading,
writing and arithmetic with variations.
Make our store your headquarters for
A good workman must have tools. We have just that . . .everything but the apple!
There" i increased opportu
nity for higher education in
the Regular Army through
the LSAH and Technical
Veterans of any of
the Armed Forces
may now enlist for direct as
lignment to a unit within th
6ih Army Area. This assignment
U for minimum of one year.
The Regular Army offers
many excellent opportuni
lies for advancement thru
Officer Candidate School
and the Air Cadet program.
A limited number ol
Vrrana mav nnw
enlist tot assignment to the
E.T.O. An exciting opportunity
to visit Europe in peace time,
plus a 20 increase in pay.
Former members of the
Armed Forces may now en
list for initial direct assign
ment to the AAF instil la .
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HIGH ' 20L
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Technical rIhkjJ of your
NOW THE ARMY IS A
Poat Otftc. Bldff.
The Heppner G.ette, established
March 30. 1883. The Heppner
Times, established November
IS, 1897. Consolidated Feb. 15,
Published every Thursday and
entered at the Post Office at
Heppner, Oregon, as second
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single copies 10c.
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STAR ED REPORTER
Sunday Shows Continuous from 1 p. m.
Evening shows, except Saturday, start at
7:30. Saturday show starts at 7:00. Boxof
fice open evenings until 9 o'clock,
Heppner Rodeo - Sept. 5-6-7
Friday-Saturday, Sept. 5-6
Owe Aatry, Lynn Roberts, SUrlinff Holloway,
Cms County Boys. Action, music and a daKh
Sharyn Moffet, TJna O'Connor, Lottlss Beavers,
Jacqnelin Wells, Walter Heed. The story of
a Klrl and hrr dog,
Shows Friday and Saturday start Immsdlataly
following performances at rodeo field.
Sunday-Monday, Sept. 7-8
Randolph Boott, Bobert BylMi, dabby Hayog,
Anna Jeffroyl, Madtft Meredith, Bteva Brodia,
Billy Honia, A'.tlnn-pru'knri atnry of Burt Mim
ternon, the nin who tamod Doiljce City.,, then
took on the touRhrnt town in Amorlca , , , Liber
Atao a rminlriil fralurette with Tex Beneka and
tha Olenn Millar Oroheatra, Walt Sliney oar.
toon In Toohnloolor, and NewareaL
Admission Prices both Maflnee and Evening:
Adults 50c, Grade and High School Students
12 and over 40c, Children 20c, all taxes in
cluded. Every child occupying a seat must
have a ticket.
Sunday Show Continuous Starting 1 p m.
Tuesday, Sept. 9
Affairs of Gcraldine
Jimmy Lydon, Jane Wlthern, Raymond Wal.
burn, Donald Meek, Cliarlea Qultfley, Grant
Wlthera. Comedy drama with muflloul lium
THE MARCH OF TIME:
and other nhort muI)JiLh IncIiuIIiik Community
Blntr, Comedy and Bport Rnnl.
Wednesday-Thursday, Sept. 10-11
The Best Years of Our Lives
Myrna Loy, Frediio March, Sana Andrews, Te
resa Wright, Virginia Mayo, Cnthy O'Dcmnell,
Winner nf nliifl Annlriny Awunia including Kent
Picture of the Ycnr, UohI AHnr and Bt Sup
porting Actor, "Tha BphI Yfnrn of Our Uth"
Is a triumph nf licmuty nnd liumnn wurinth.
Program starts at 8 p.m. One showing each
AdmlBHlnn prices this prngrnm:
Adults und students 12 yenr or over, $1,20
Children under 12 yearn rtfc
All tuxes Included