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Heppner Gozette Times, Heppner, Oregon, October 9, 1947-3
Mrs. Echo Palmateer
Umatilla defeated lone In a
six-man football game here last
week with a score of over 40 to
Mrs. W. B. Rice of The Dalles'
has been visiting at the homej
of her son, Lloyd Rice. I
Kenneth Widness left Monday
for Battle Lake, Minnesota.
Mrs. Esper Hansen of Portland
Is spending a week with her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank En
gelman. Mrs. Fred Buchanan, Mrs. Ray
Barnett, Mrs. Delia Corson and
Mrs. Wilson called on Mrs. Chas.
Chapman Saturday and helped
her celebrate her 85th birthday.
Cake and coffee were served.
Miss Mildred Carlson is in Cor
vallis where she is visiting her
sister, Mrs. 3. P. Darst and family-Mr.
and Mrs. Milton Morgan
and family went to The Dalles
one day last week.
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The opposite of woe? Why, the repair service at the HEPPNER
HARDWARE & ELECTRIC CO., of course! We offer full service on
Maytag appliances and specialize in repairing elctric and oil burn
ers. Inquire about the job you want done!
2 for 76
75c CLEANSING CREAM 3 oz. 2 lor 76c
75c COLD CREAM 3 oz. 2 lor 76c
75c FINISHING CREAM 3 Of. 2 lor 76c
75c FOUNDATION C REAM 4 u. 2 for 76c
75c SKIN CREAM 3 Of. 2 for 76c
Chtclc th till btlow ! Olhtf Adrltnnt
2 FOR THE PRICE OF 1 1c
5 MOUTH WASH
I Stock up on Rtxoll Mi-31, th antiseptic that kilts
contacted germi, Pricei never lower than now. Yon
69c SIZE FULL PINT 2 for
ASPIRIN For quick relief from ordinary
pain there no superior to Rexolt Pwretett Aspirin.
Get 100 mora 5 -or. tablets for Id
49c SIZE OF 100 2 fof
II If It
MfclVMfcl.fc.Cll Rtx-Stltitr, the effervescent
analgetic tablet, relieves the discomforts of colds
and headaches. Save 5 3d j.
54c SIZE OF 25 Z lOf
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2 for 26
2 for 51
2 for 76c
75 liquid onlliontmt . .
75 Attnngtni 2 for 76c
, 2 for 16c
ia Tnltum Powdtr
75c liquid BriHionhnt
15c Powder PuR
lotndtr Bath Powdtr, 16
f.liiia Foci Powd. . mitvn
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Motcol't Hond treom,
Thtotricol Cold Cr.. 1 lb. .
fl.nnmnt Cr., Vi oi.
.Dol liq. Surg. Soop, 16 ox.
Mortal'. Hoir wn,
R.xoll Anliitp. Boby Oil, 6 or.
Holl'iSobyToltum, 1 lb. . .
Nursery Catil Soop
2 for 1.01
2 for 51c
2 for 51c
2 for 51c
2 for 1.01
2 for 26c
2 for 86c
2 for 56c
2 for 51c
2 for 36c
2 for 26c
ii r- d:I. rvlnlment. tube, 1 OX.
Q 25c Toothocht Drop, 9
n 69e Rubbing Alcohol, 16 ox
11 25c sooa mini, --
H 20c Boric Acid Sol. Nr, ox. . .
Q J9c Aromatic Sp. Ammonia, 1 ox.
25e Tincl. Iodine, 1 ox
, en 1A at
Q 25c Zinc 5tearo,
i Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Normoyle
have purchased the Gordon
White brick residence on Main
Charles White of the U. S. na
vy, son of Mr. and Mrs. Gordon
White, arrived home from Pen
sacola, Fla., Monday morning.
He will receive his discharge.
Paul O'Meara is building two
three-room duplexes on his pro
perty. Among those going to Port
land over the week end to at
tend the Pacific International
Livestock exposition were Mr.
and Mrs. E. M. Baker and fam
ily, Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Ek
Strom and family, Wm. Seehafer
and daughter, Jane, Mrs. G. Her
mann and daughter Ingrid, Miss
Jean Coleman, Miss Gwen Cole
man, Elmer Shiffer, Tommy
Bristow, Hilmeth Hermann, Wal
ter Bergstrom, David Barnett,
Jimmy Pettyjohn, Lola Ann Mc
Cabe, Carletta Alden, Helen
Faye Baker, Mr. and Mrs. John
Eubanks and family, Louis Carl
son. Oscar Peterson and daughter
Eunice left for Portland Monday
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Stone of
Selah, Wash., were recent vis
itors in Morgan. They are cou
sins of H. O. and Fred Ely.
The Rebekahs held their reg
ular meeting Thursday evening
of last week. During the social
hour lunch of pumpkin pie and
coffee was served by Mrs. Ethel
Stewart, Mrs. Ernest Heliker and
Miss Mary Brackett.
The social club of the Eastern
Star met at the home of Mrs.
James Lindsay Wednesday, Oct.
1, with a "galloping dinner" at
noon. In the afternoon lunch of
jello, cake and coffee was serv
ed by the hostess. The club de
cided to hold a bazaar and food
sale Oct. 25.
Mr. and Mrs. Leonard J. Stract
of San Francisco spent a week
with her mother, Mrs. Echo Pal
mateer. Mr. and Mrs. Al Huitt and fam
ily moved into the house vacat
ed by Mrs. Ada Cannon.
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Corley Sr.
of Portland visited their son,
Walter Corley, Jr., here last
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Buschke and
Mrs. Clara Kincaid spent Sunday
with Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Mason
at The Dalles.
Mrs. Oscar Lundell, Mrs. Sam
Esteb, Mrs. Lewis Halvorsen,
Mrs. Wm. Seehafer and Mrs.
James Lindsay attended Pomo
na grange at Boardman Satur
day and reported a good time.
The union missionary society
of the Cooperative church met
Thursday, Oct. 2. Pie and coffee
were served after the meeting.
Dates to remember: The Mar-
anathas will meet at the home
of Mrs. E. M. Baker Saturday,
Oct. 11.... The HEC of Willows
grange will meet at the home
of Mrs. James Lindsay, Oct. 17.
...The regular meeting of Wil
lows grange Oct. 18 with potluck
supper at 6 o clock and a pro
gram open to the public about
7 p.m. Members of Willows
grange are Invited to attend Lex
ington grange Saturday night,
Oct. 11 The Girls League of
the high school is giving a din
ner Sunday, Oct. 12, at the school
house The Ameca club, Wed.,
From the lone Independent,
Oct. 13, 1947: "The curfew law is
working smoothly and Marshall
. 2 for 70c
, 2 for 26
. 2 for 30
. 2 for 26
. 2 for 26c
r-l 1 65 ABDG Copsule, 100'
n 3.50 B Complex Syrup, 16 .
. .. t:u., o;l. H.P.. 14 ox.
H 75t Yeast ond Iron Tob... 100.
2 for 1.64
2 for 3.51
2 for 1.51
2 for 76c
. .... 2 for 41c
40c Witch HaU6"a - , . 2 for 26c
25c Gentlemen . Talc, 3 ox. . .
55R.xa.lSh.loon,;;'o 3 0
39, Kl.nioShav.Cr.om 3,.x.
19c PermedgeBlode,5l .
DINUl PRODUCTS dfORTHtrma Of hi.
29c Nylon Tooth Brush
59, Klemo Antiseptic, 16 ox. . .
55, Denture Adh... Powder, 3 .
40c MI-31 Tooth Powder, 3 A oi.
50, Analgesic Balm, tub. ; . .
30c Antacid Co. Tab.., 40
25c Corn Solvent, .ox J6
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rj 25c wm ' "
H 75c Yeast and lronTobs.,.w. . -Hl15Thiam!nChlor.Tab.,5n.'0O'.2orl.
H 25C Cold Tab, Special, 30 u
60c Rexoll Gargle, lg. f JU
H 50c Rexillona Cough Syr., 4 ox . .
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Q 39c Nose
2 for 30c
2 for 60,
2 for 56c
2 for 40c
2 for 41c
GIANT REXALL lc SALE CONTEST
Q GRAND (
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VACATION IN RIOI
HOLIDAY IN HAWAII!
635 OTHER THRIUINO PRIZES
Mttln nf.ll mhi mtml tntry Wen t 11
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35c CostorOil Arom.,3 0.. , ,or 26
85, Mineral Oil, Rall. I ,
D 90c lord Baltimore. 3 ?u
H 70. Cascade Pound Paper, 60 snt.
g 60c Cascade Jor 16
15c Wedgewood No. 10 6, yu
H 10c MedfordfloinorRTab,
Delray Christinas Greeting Card Box
iciptlenel quality. 20 cards, 14 diferenl
dtllonl In full color. Smart ombontd wmi
cut-out eftaili. luy 40 cards this year lor 1
penny more than the ceil el 201
$1.00 VALUE 2 FOR
Mrs. Clarence Hayes
Friday afternoon of last week
a bridal shower was held at the
home of Mrs. W. C. Van Winkle
honoring Mrs. Bill Van Winkle, a
recent bride. Many guests were
present and many lovely gifts
Mr. and Mrs. George Peck left
the first of the week for a few
weeks vacation in California.
Mr. and Mrs. Claud Way from
Seattle were week end guests at
the home of his parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Dan Way.
Among the Lexington residents
going to Pendleton during the
week were Mrs. Cecil Jones, Mrs
Alonzo Henderson, Mrs.' Bert
Breeding, Mrs. Ed McFadden,
Dona Barnett, Trina Parker and
Mrs Ina Nichols.
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Jackson
and daughter Carole were week
end visitors here from The Dal
les. George Mahoney and a friend
from Bridgeport, Conn., were vis
iting the Cliff Yarnells Sunday.
Mr. Mahoney is a cousin of Mr.
Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Carmichael
are driving a new Chrysler.
OSC PREXT NOW TLIES f
WITH HIS OWN WINGS" j
Oregon State College One col-1
lege president who won't have
any trouble keeping complete
"oversight" of his campus in fu
ture is Dr. A. L. Strand of this
institution. He can just hop into
a plane and fly it around above
his students and faculty to hit
With his first solo flight be-'
hind him, President Strand is
well on nis way toward quali
fying for a private flyer's license
at the Smith-Livingston Flying
school at the Corvallis airport.
This Is a repeat performance for
the president as he was a naval
aviator in the First World War,
training both at San Diego and
Whether there are other flying
college presidents in the coun
try, records fail to show, but at
least President Strand can claim
the title of first flying college
president in Oregon, and gradu
ally widen the challenge until
he finds another one!
Japanese papers which are in L'SS Roanoke, is the largest light
Navy custody have not revealed cruiser ever built,
any information on the missing The Navy Insulatrd Its quonsct
aviatrix, Amelia Earhart. huts with 2-inch slabs of crush-
The 14,700-ton light cruiser ed fibre.
IT WILL MATTER
20 TEARS FROM NOW
If yOU PVT AWAIT A fl W CENTS
A VAY IH A SAVINGS ACCOUNT
AT THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK
Frank has had little trouble from
infraction of it."
The HEC of Willows grange
will be held at the home of Mrs.
Elsie Peterson at Lexington, Oct
Charles O'Connor, Clifford Carl- j
son and Miss Eva Swanson be
came partners in the insurance
business, Oct. 1. It is hoped they
will have the continued patron-'
age and good will, as they as
sure the usual good service.
Little Jackie Bailey, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Jack Bailey, was quite
ill last week with sore throat
and pneumonia, but is better
Mrs. Nellie Wilson Babcock of
Los Angeles is visiting relatives
in Morgan. Mrs. Babcock is a
cousin of Martin Bauernfeind, H. j
O., Fred and George Ely. She
lived in this county several
Mrs. Walter Corley is home
from The Dalles hospital. Mrs. i
Eldon Padberg is staying with!
The PNG club of the Rebekahs
gave a potluck dinner Tuesday
at their hall and had a good i
The auxiliary of the American
Legion met Tuesday afternoon. ;
They decided to buy silverware
for the dining room, curtains for
the kitchen and Venetian blinds
and drapes for the dining room.
They have purchased a supply
of Craft lilies and are selling
Mrs. Harlan McCurdy Sr. and
Mrs. Harlan McCurdy Jr. of
Heppner and Art Ries of Top
penish, Wn., were guests of Mrs.
Ella Davidson last Saturday.
BETURNS FROM KOREA
Sgt. Billie Snow returned to
Heppner this week from Korea,
where he has been stationed
with the army. He expects his
discharge from the army in about
QUICK RELIEF FROM
Symptoms of Distress Arising from
due to EXCESS ACID
Must Help or it Will Cost You Nothing
Over three million bottles or the Wiluid
Thbatment have been told ror rebel of
ymptomsof distress arising from Stomach
and Duodenal U.cers due to Excess Acid
Poor Dliostlon, Sour or Upset Stomach,
Castiness, Heartburn, Sleeplessness, etc
due to Excess Acid. Hold on 15 days' trial!
Ask for "Millard's Message" which full
explains thia treatment tree at
Order Your 1947
8x10 Glossy Prints
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pictures of Rodeo
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is one of the many aids to
scientific diagnosis. It is
of particular value in Chir
opractic diagnosis of ail
ments of the spine.
Did you ever really and
truly live? Do you recall
the surge of power you en
Joyed in your youth? Re
member when all the
world seemed in tune?
permits the free expression
of Nature's finer forces.. It
keeps you in tune with
life. It recreates that dy
namic buoyancy that en
ables you to conquer all
obstacles. It brings again
the Golden Hours of Youth.
Therapy Hydro Therapy
(Come in and discuss
your health problems
Dr. Clyde Dunham
I.O.O.F. Bldg. Heppner, Ore.
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MORE POWER TO ACCOMPLISH MORE WORK is assured
in the "Caterpillar" Diesel D2 track-type tractor now m production
st Caterpillar Tractor Co. Peoria, Illinois. Claiming 32 drawbar
horsepower and 38 belt horsepower, the new D2 offers increased
workine ability and resultant increased earning capacity to usert
The new "actor nd the new "Caterpillar" Diesel No. 212 Moto
Grader, hava the new "Caterpillar" Die.el D311 Enfm. as a powe.
Dirt wont evaporate ... yon
have to have clothes expertly
cleaned if yon expect them to
be always the essence of per
fection. Call the MOBBOW
COUNTY CLEANERS for pick
up service today.
Avoid Annoyance And Discomfort
due to a clogged septic tank or cesspool.
I have purchased a tank pump and am in
position to give prompt, efficient service.
University of Ore.
Oct. 11, 8 p.m.
Scotty's Place, Heppner
Ed Grant's, Lexington
Res. Section $1.75; Gen. Ad.
$1.50 Tax included
Caterpillar Tractor Co., Peoria,
Illinois, has placed in production
a new Diesel engine and has in
troduced new models of the Die
sel track-type tractor and the
Diesel Motor Grader this new en-
; gine will power, according to an
announcement today by Braden
Tractor & Equipment Co., dis-
1 tributor of "Caterpillar" products
in this area.
Reflecting extensive engineer
ing and manufacturing research
in design changes and the use
j of improved materials, the new
i products offer marked power In
creases over the models which
they replace in the manufactur
er's line of products.
The new products include the
four-cylinder "Caterpillar" Die
sel D311 Engine, the "Caterpil
lar" Diesel D2 track-type tractor
and the "Caterpillar" Diesel No.
212 Motor Grader.
The new D311 Engine, focal
point of the power increases
which are found in the tractor
and motor grader, replaces the
D3400 in the Company's line and
is available as an industrial pow
er unit, an electric set and a mar
ine engine. It develops a max
imum output, with radiator fan
and full equipment, of 49 horse
I power, at 1700 r.p.m.
The new D2 tractor has 32
' drawbar horsepower and 38 belt
i horsepower, a 24 per cent in
crease in power over the prede
The new Diesel No. 212 Motor
Grader, at 45 h.p., shows a 29 per
cent increase in power over the
previous motor grader of this
size and weight.
Refinements of the new engine
as outlined by the manufactur
One-quarter inch bore increase,
from 3 34 inches to 4 inches, re
sulting in an increase of 252 cu
bic inches in piston displacement
and the application of stronger
connecting rods and a heavier,
Chrome plated top piston rings,
increasing piston life.
Divided manifolding, allowing
an independent port for each
valve and so improving the flow
of incoming air and exhaust gas
es. Larger and more efficient air
cleaners, retaining the advan
tages of an old bath with a swirl
Improved oil pressure control
system, assuring maintenance of
proper oil pressure at the bear
ings even under extreme cold
New fuel injection valve de
sign with the pressure-operated
valve mechanism enclosed in a
copper capsule, easily replace
able as a unit, with no overflow
A new governor, anti-friction
bearing equipped, to provide sen
sitive, accurate control. By con
necting the governor linkage di
rectly to the fuel pump rack,
excess weight is eliminated per
mitting the engine to keep close
ly in step with the load changes.
Three tube type oil cooler
mounted beside and flush with
the water radiator core to pro
vide more effective cooling of
lubricating oil and water, to fa
cilitate servicing and to simpli
fy the installation of blower fans.
In addition to the improved en
gine both the new tractor and
the new motor grader offer oth
er features designed to improve
performance and add longer
The use of the new, harder
metals and better heat treatment
have brought to the tractor im
proved transmission, final drive
and clutches. To the features of
the motor grader have been add
ed the advantages of power-operated
mechanical controls equip
ped with anti-coasting brakes to
prevent creeping or coasting un
der load; increased speed in all
ranges of its four-speed trans
mission; and an arched front ax
le to provide maximum clearance.
BRADEN TRACTOR & EQUIPMENT CO.
Your JOHN DEERE and CATERPILLAR Dealer
-is the time to have your lawn seeded
-do fall landscaping
-have your garden plowed
-rid your lawn of weeds
See us for advice and estimates
Complete Landscape Service
Attention Farmers, Home Owners
Have obtained plenty of crushed rock and reject
gravel, ideal for driveways, roads and yards.
Place orders now before it is too late.
We Still Haul Concrete Gravel from Umatilla
Rates Reasonable. Special Rates for Large Orders. .
LEXINGTON SAND & GRAVEL
Phone 41 11
Humphreys Drug Company