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6 Heppner Gozctte Times, Heppner, Oregon, Morch 18, 1948 '
ALL SAINTS CHURCH
Holy communion, 8 a m.
("hurrh school, 9 45 a m.
Holy communion, 11 a.m.
Wednesday, Holy communion,
JO a.m. Children's class, 3:30 p.
m. Adult class, 8 p m.
Good Friday devotions, noon to
Earner day. Holy communion
8 a.m. Church school, 9:45 a m.
Holy communion, 11 a.m.
J. Palmer Sorlien, Minister
Sunday, March 21, Palm Sun
day: Morning worship and ser
mon at 11 a.m. We have classes
for all ages in our church school
that meets at 9:45 a.m. Mrs. Lucy
Rodgers, superintendent; Mr. Ro
bert Owens, Bible class; Mrs. J.
Palmer Sorlien, superintendent
Wednesday: Mid-week devo
tional service at 7:30 p.m.
Junior Youth Fellowship at 6:30
p.m., first and third Wednesday.
Senior Youth Fellowship at 6:30
p.m., first and third Wednesday.
Young Adult Fellowship meets
the third Wednesday of each
month at 8 p.m.
Thursday choir practice at 7 p.
m.. Mrs. Neva Wells, director.
The Womens Society of Chris
tian Service meets the first Wed
day of each month.
ion and preaching; sermon topic,
"When Christ Comes to Heppner."
Evening cxangelistic service,
7 30 p.m.; sermon topic, 'The
Special Easter week services
every evening at 7:30 except Sat
urday. Pastor will do the preach
ing. Special music each evening.
Monday, March 22. 7:30, Mission
ary Charles Railsback will be
here to show slides of his Alaskan
missionary work and bring a
Tuesday, March 23, 7:30, topic,
"Walking With Christ."
Wednesday, March 24, 7:30,
topic, "Glorifying Christ."
Thursday, March 25, 7:30, top
ic, 'The Sign of Christianity."
Friday, March 26, 7:30, topic,
"Nieodemus Learns the Way."
Sunday (Easter), Union Sun
rise service, 6:30 a.m.. Assembly
of God church; 11. Easter mes
sage, "Livirg Triumphantly";
7:30, "The Church Behind Closed
Choir practice Thursday eve
ning at 7 p.m.
ASSEMBLY OF GOD
Shelby E. Graves, Pastor
Bible school, 9:45 a.m. Mrs. Ora
Wyland will be bringing scrip
tures of prohpecy being fulfilled
such as famines, pestilence,
crumbling of nations, etc.
11:00 a.m., worship hour.
6:30 p.m., Christ's ambassador.
7:45 p.m., evangelistic service.
Special numbers by the young
Tuesday, Thursday and Friday,
prayer meeting. r
Mass in lone on the 1st and
3rd Sundays at 10:30 a.m.; 2nd
and 4th at 9 a.m.
Mass on the fifth Sunday one
mass only in Heppner at 9 a.m.
on the 2nd and 4th.
Holy days of obligation: Mass
In Heppner at 7:30 a.m.; mass
First Fridays of the month:
In lone at 9 a.m.
Mass in Heppner at 7:30.
ST. PATRICK'S CATHOLIC
CHURCH OF CHRIST
Bible school, 9.45; C. W. Bar
low, supt.; Beverly Yocom. junior
upi., Airs, joe Jewett, primary Schedule of services:
suPt . . Mass in Heppner on the 1st
Morning worship, 11; commun-1 and 3rd Sundays at 9 a.m.; 10:30
The Christ's Ambassadors of
the Assembly of God church mo
tored to the Ellis Pettyjohn place
near lone where they played
games and enjoyed a wiener
roast in the yard, after which
they went indoors and sang and
held a short business meeting.
CARD OF THANKS
We wish to thank friends and
neighbors for the expressions of
sympahty and for the beautiful
floral offerings at the time of our
The C. A. Miller family.
CARD OF THANKS
To the many friends who re
membered me with cards, flow
ers and calls during my recent
illness, I want to say thank you
from the bottom of my heart.
Mrs. Ada Cason.
If you have been putting off
papering the side bedroom on ac
count of the scarcity of wall pa
pertake an easy breath. Secre
tary of State Earl T. Newbry is
going to have the sample ballots
printed and distributed extra
early this year. Figures the vot
ers can be better informed and
save time at the polls if they can
study the record breaking ballot
IONE POST AMERICAN LEGION
announces its i
Saturday, March 20
at LEGION HALL, IONE
Music by Jimmy Whitmore's Band, Portland
Admission : $2 per person, tax included
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Filter Packs For All Types Tractors Trucks
Padberg Tractor & Truck
Phone 421 1
Oil and Grease
Parts for Various Machines
for Friday - Saturday - Monday
at your favorite food market
RED BEANS--2 pounds 33c
GRAPEFRUIT SEGMENTS-No. 1 tins-2for 35c
GRAPEFRUIT JUICE-47 ounce tin 22c
BLENDED JUICE-47 ounce tin ..22c
ORANGE JUICE-47 ounce tin 29c
HUNT'S TOMATO JUICE-47 ounce tin 25c
FROZEN STRAWBERRIES 49c
Sliced Marshalls with sugar added
FROZEN APPLESAUCE-1 lb. packaged packages..25c
Lettuce, 2 heads for . .25c Green Onions, bunch....6c
Radishes, bunch 2c Cauliflower, pound 1 4c
Just arrived First cuttings of Asparagus
Court Street Market
With the exception or nonpar
tisan positions the voters will
have to fill every elective state
office with the exception of two,
the U. S. Senatorship held by
Wayne Morse and labor commis
sioner's office held by W. E. Kim
sey, and 12 holdover state sen
atorships. Salaries and expenses
of the state officials to be elected
total over half a million dollars.
SNOW, RAIN. LIGHT AND
Late weather reports of more
and more snow in all mountain
areas of Oregon means we will
not have electric light and power
shortages. Attorney General Tom
Clark has issued a warning of
hydroelectric power shortages for
1948 by an unusual depreciation
of rain and snow.
Brownouts in California and
l other states are increasing. Un
less Oregon is called on to share
hydroelectric production with
other states we will be spared
light and power regulations al
feady in effect in many districts.
What a reversal this is of the
situation of 50 years ago when
"drummers" traveling for Califor
nia firms nagged Oregonians
with: "So this is the place where
it rains 13 months in the year?"
STATE DEPARTMENTS MOVE
Capital callers with state bus
iness often do a great deal of
traveling about the city to find
the department of state they de
sire. Inadequate space in the Cap
itol and the state office building
has made it necessary to locate
departments in several parts of
Salem. This week the vocational
rehabilitation department moved
RPM Heavy Duty Motor Oil
reduces stuck rings, carbon,
gum and varnish troubles.
"RPM" is compounded to cling
to hot spots most oils leave
bare, cuts wear 'way down.
Save repairs on gasoline)
or Diesel engines with
Other compounds stop bear
ing corrosion, sludge, and
rust . . . give extra protection.
A Standard of California Product
from the state library building
into a stateowned residence at
895 Chemeketa street. The space
vacated will be utilized by the
superintendent of public instruc
tion. Another move took the high
way accounting department from
the state office building to a new
structure near the highway shops
on East State street.
FOR COUNTY CLERK
I hereby announce that I will
be a candidate to succeed myself
to the office of County Clerk of
Morrow County, subject to the
will of the Republican voters at
the Primary Nominating Election,
May 21, l48.
C. W. BARLOW.
CARD OF THANKS
We take this means of express
ing our heartfelt thanks to
friends and neighbors for their
many kindnesses during our re
cent bereavement and for the
many beautiful floral tributes to
the memory of our beloved hus
band and father.
The Blddle family.
L. E. DICK -
This Easter, . .
SAVE AT PEMEY'S
Bonnet?, cloches, sailors, all
popular styles in fine straws with
Gay a the Seat on!
Rich-looking, plastic pat
ent, calf or luede in
Spring's finest styles.
Fine Cynthia Shoes
Rayon Suede Gloves
Tailored slip-ons Q
White with red,. "C
R.I. U. 8. P.I. Off. ,
THIS EASTER BE SMART-SAVE AT PENNEY'S
Contract: That Electric Work
Ask for a bid on your Electric Work and
know what it will cost before you have it done.
We have been in the Electrical Contract
ing business in Heppner for 13 yea'rs.
Call us for a bid on your work.
& Electric Company
General Electric Appliances
I have just completed the beautiful new homes of
E. Markham Baker and Bernard J. Doherty, and a
numberof other jobs such as Mrs. Ethel Adams' new
basement rooms and a remodeling job for Mr. and
Mrs. Ralph Benge.
I personally supervise all jobs
from start to finish. ,
Besides the work already lined up for 1943, I will
have the time to build two more good homes this
I also have available carpenters for small jobs.
O. M. Yeager
Heppner's an dMorrow County's only
pioneer home builder
Phones 2752 -1483 219 Main Street
You'll adore our wonderful
collection of new Easter-perfect
SUITS -DRESSES -COATS
ACCESSORIES and HATS
Children's Dresses for Easter
Batiste and Chambray
Is every third. marriage doomed in 1948?
MARCH OF TIME
explores our changing moral standards in
MARRIAGE AND DIVORCE
and discusses causes and possible cures
for the increasing divorce rate.
This is in addition to th eclassic feature
Wednesday and Thursday, Mar ch24 fir 25
STAR os REPORTER
AdmiMion prices afternoon and Mvnluff, unloae ape
olllcally advertlaed to be otherwlael Children l Bat,
Price .17, Fed. Tax .03, Total SOo) Grade and High
School Student. 13 years and oven Eat. Prioa .40,
Ted. Tax .10, Total Mo; Adults I Bit. Prole .60, L
Tax .10, Total SOo. Every ohJd occupying a seat
mnat have a ticket.
Sunday shows oontlnaons itarting at 1 p.m. Satur.
day evening ahowa atart at 7 p.m. All other evening
ahowa atart at 7t30 p.m. Boxoffloe open eveninga
until 8 p.m.
Friday-Saturday, March 19-20
Stranger From Ponca City
Smiley Barnette-Charee Staxrett Weatern . . . wea
tern tunes by the Lone Star Cowboy.. ,
Ave Gardner, Pred MacMurray, Richard Raydn,
Spring Bylngton, Porter Rail, Thomaa Oomex
The Orient with lln mvterlea provide thn back
ground for thin enlerltilnlnK adventure utory.
Baga Bnnny Cartoon
Saturday, S p.m., March 10
SPECIAL SATURDAY MATINEE
ALIAS MR. TWILIGHT
Thin la a anrt ot copa-and-rohbera tale but the
good elements tar outshine the bad.
Boxoffloe open until Si30
Every ohUd mnat buy a ticket,
Ch'Jdren So, Studente and Adnlta SOo, lnc tax
Sunday-Monday, March 21-22
Either Wllllami, Akim Tamlroff, Cyd Charisse,
John Carroll. Mary Aitor, Fortunio Bonaaova,
A romance with humorous angles and rnimn of
the snappiest mimic and dancing anybody could
wish to see or hear. The Technicolor photography
Sunday shows oontinaom from 1 p.m.
Tuesday March 23
Margaret O'Brien, Oyd Charm, Xarln Booth,
A luvUhly Technlcolored drama of the dance
world contalnii many human Interest tour hen.
Wed.-Thurs., March 24-25
Henry Fonda, Dolores Del Bio, Pedro Arm fin.
dor , j. Carrol Nalsh, Leo Oarrlllo, Ward Bond,
Robert Armitronff, John Qua! en
The simple utory of a man's unswerving faith . , .
It boasts scene of breath-taking photographic
beauty and the players are perfect. Hawed on
Graham Greene's novel "The Labyrinthine Ways."
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