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8-Heppner Gazette Times, Heppner, Oregon, Moy 20, 194S
Ten 8th Graders
At Kinzua Given
By F.hz M. Lraltvrs
Klnmas pradc M ruir.l held its
rrf"lp vraiiuntinR exercises
on Tliursilay even inc. Ton boys
and fifl wro presented diplo
mas by L.i la Scarry. One girl
was fiiim Crimp 5. Also her tea
cher was present. Goorpe Close
Slate of Orepon, to levy a tax in
pave the rlass address, which
was enjoyed by all.
Shriners from Heppner. Con
don, Arlinplon, lone and Fossil
met here Saturday p.m. The aux
iliary served the banquet at Jeff- (
more hall. Mr. and Mrs. Blaine
Isom of Pendleton were also
The plee club hold a stag party
with only members present Sat
The American Legion and aux
iliary met on Monday evening
with several state officers pre
sent when the charter was pre
sented to this post. Membership
pins were presented also at this
time to all members present Re
freshments were served at the
close of the business mooting.
A large number of the Kinzua
ball fans motored to Arlington
Sunday to see their team score ,
an easy victory over their oppon- j
ents. score 20-4. Condon played
at Fossil. Score, Fossil 8, Con
Slip Wright made a business
trip to Bend and Prineville thru
Mr. and Mrs. C. R. England
spent several days in Portland
the past week attending to bus
iness there, returning on Friday.
Mel Wham and Mrs. Goo Green
managed the pastime and con
foctionery while they were away.
Mr. and Mrs. John Green and
Fred Samples came to Kinzua
from Prineville to spend the
week end with Mr. and Mrs.
Hugh Samples and family. They
also attended the ball game at
Mr. and Mrs. Sim Hendrix and
sons of John Day were week-end
visitors at Mr. and Mrs. Delbert
Louie Canick is visiting at the
home of his sister. Mrs. Matt Jur
ick. from Hood River.
J. D. Weed of Condon was vis
iting friends here on Wednesday
evening. Lynn Miller accompanied the
Frank Dentons to Freewater to
spend the summer with his
grandparents. Mr. and Mrs. Ed
Miss Grace Sargent was the
house guest of Lillian Schott this
week end from Weiser, Idaho. She
lived in Kinzua for several years
A 4 IP .i
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Smart one and two-piece
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bergs, bright chambrays
and spruce linen -like ray
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and pastel, dark. or
bright solids. Size 9 lu32.
and attended school here and at
Fossil. Miss Sargent returned to
her home on Monday.
Chas Johnson went to Spokane
Friday to bring Mrs. Johnson
home. She has been a patient at
a hospital there. They returned
Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Thomas Sr.
and Mr. and Mrs. John Mills and
Chas. Litchenberg motored to
Bend on Friday evening to attend
the A. F. of L. meetings there this
week end. Mr. Thomas is the lo
cal's president, Mills, secretary.
Mr. and Mrs. Harlan, Kenneth
and Frank Denton were visiting
at Condon Saturday with Mr.
and Mrs. Frank Fisher of New
berg. Mrs. Fisher is the sister of
the Denton boys.
Mrs. Ted Bothum and daughter
Nancy motored to Pendleton on
Tuesday, returning on Wednesday.
reunion dinner held at Mrs. Den
Mr. and Mrs. Bill Wright ami
son. John Asher and son Lee, and
Mr. and Mrs. Darrel Allen and
family, Mr. and Mrs. Lyman Kee-
ney and family, both of John Day,
were dinner guests at the ranch
home of Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Ash
er near Kimberley. Messrs.
rignt Alien and Keeney are
daughters of John Asher.
Mr. and Mrs. Quincy Tripp
went to John Day on Friday eve
ning, returning Saturday, going
up to consult a doctor,
E. R. Huston, who has been
ill for some time at his home,
was taken to the Mid-Columbia
hospital at The Dalles today for
medical treatment. Mrs. Huston's
brother came from Albany to as
sist in moving Mr. Huston.
Work Clothes Values!
Neat, Practical and Durable
Sanforized f tan cotton twill
in a good serviceable
weight Dress-shirt type coU
lar and trim flap pockeU.
Full range of sizes.
Matching pants in a heavier'
weight Sanforized tan cot
ton twill. Cuffed bottoms,'
anchored belt loops. Full
range of sizes.
Dungaree . ..rmrt 1-98
Work Shirts 1.69
Work Pants 2.98
Formost Overalls 2.49
Pay Day Overalls .2.98
Shrinkage wilt not ezceei 1'
Be. U. S. Pit. 00.
IRRIGON . . .
Mr. and Mrs. Rufus Robinson
and daughter are spending some
time at the Lee Smith home.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Leicht and
children and Sam Umiker spent
Sunday at the I'miker home.
Mrs. Marion Evans returned
home from Portland Sunday morning.
Mr. and Mrs. George Williams
are the parents of a son, Terry
Lee, born in the Pendleton hos
pital. Mr. and Mrs. James Mc-
Rea and daughter Helen Maxine
visited Mrs. Williams and small
The high school had a moving
picture and pie social for the
benefit of little Jackie Burnett
whose arm was badly broken at
school last week. Returns from
the social and sale of pies am
ounted to $100.
t 1 Rev. and Mrs. A. B. Turner and
Mrs. rranit uemon jnim,i.j,. d
Freewater to a family ,, a r..,
Can help you get the hair
appearance you want for
new spring hats and new
spring and summer styles.
MAR YETHEL HARRIS
MARY ETHEL LE TRACE
went to a Sunday school confer
ence in Walla Walla Monday
Mr. Turner also attended the con
ference on Tuesday.
Frank W. Turner, Mrs. LaVerne
Van Marter and Garnet Barratt
of Heppner were business visitors
in Irrigon Saturday.
Mrs. Powers of the E. L. Rucker
camp is in the Pendleton hospital
recuperating after an operation
She is to be home Wednesday.
The Christ Ambassadors of Ir
rigon met at the Marshall Mark
ham home Friday evening. They
were joined by the Hermiston and
Stanfield young people.
The Irrigon teachers joined the
Morrow county teachers at a ban
quet and teachers meeting in
lone Tuesday night.
The high school students held
a banquet at the school house
Wednesday evening. The teach
ers and husbands were guests.
Mrs. Reese Morgan returned on
Monday from a three weeks stay
at Vancouver. They purchased
the Mart Abken place south of
town and are still movng. Bil
Allen and Billy Acock spent the
week end on Rock creek fishing
They caught a few.
Mrs. Margaret White spent Fri
day in Walla Walla.
Lily May Donohue was born in
Owensvule, Beth county, Ky
November 12, 1879, and was 68
years, five months and 23 days
old at the time of her passing.
She came to McMinnville, Ore
gon, at the age of nine. At the
age of 16 she was united in mar
riage with A. Aaron Agee. To
this union seven children were
born, two boys and five girls. In
1902 she moved to lone with her
husband and three children an
homesteaded north of that place
where they lived until 1925, mai
ing their home in Boardman
Surviving besides the husband
are six children: Jess Agee, Cor
nelius; Ada Christopherson, Au
rora; Dorothy Schaefer, Mikkalo
Ethel Feller, Aurora; Irene Hub
bell, Stanfield; Emma Gililland
College Place, Wash.; three bro
thers and two sisters living in the
east, ten grandchildren and five
News About Town . . .
Bill Gentry escaped serious in
jury in a Ireak accident triaay
hile at work on the Hinton
creek telephone line. Mr. Gentry
as riding atop a load of 50
lephone poles when the side of
he truck gave way. He Jumped
ff the truck in an attempt to
lear the poles but was caught
he fence along the roadside
nd was completely buried by
the poles. He was brought to
town to a physician to be treat
ed for minor cuts and abrasions
nd was able to return to work
he first of the week, according
to Tim Wood, manager of Mich-
i's Electric service of Hermiston,
ho are constructing the line.
Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Mover mo
tored to Portland Saturday, tak-
ng their daughter, Peggy Sue, to
he'eity for medical attention.
Mrs. Emory Moore and daugh-
er, wita.were over irom Monu
ment the first of the week. Miss
Nita is graduating from the eigh
th grade this week.
Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Huston mo-
troed to Portland Thursday. Mr.
Huston will enter a hospital there
according to reports.
Edward Freudenthal of Hills-
boro was transacting business in
Heppner Tuesday. Mr. Freuden
thal is administrator of the Wil-
iam Greener estate.
The Womens Auxiliary of AU
Saints Episcopal church will en
tertain on Wednesday, May 26.
Following the luncheon, the mis
sionary meeting of the auxiliary
will be held, at which time Mrs.
Lucy Peterson will complete the
review of the book the society has
been studying this past season.
Plans are.being made for the an
nual auxiliary birthday party to
be held June 3, 1948.
Nelson A. Brown of Arlington
was a business visitor in Heppner
H. C. Vogler, Jr.
I. A successful farmer.
2. Experience in public office.
(4 years as Commissioner of Frank
lin County, Washington)
3. Experienced in road building.
(Paid advertisement by VOGLER FOR COMMISSIONER
COMMITTEE, Luke Bibby, Chairman.)
A WORD OF APPRECIATION I City Recorder at Heppner. Ore
I take this means of expressing eon, not later than 7:30 p.m. on
my deep appreciation to my
friends for their many kindnesses
during my illness. The many
beautiful flowers, the cards and
other remembrances have been a
source of great comfort and plea
sure to me.
Mrs. V. R. Runnlon.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Noth-e Is hereby given that the un
dersigned has been duly appointed ad
inimtrator c.t.a. of the estate of Wtn.
Ureener. by the Probate Court of the
State of OreKon for the County of Mor
row, and has accepted such trust. All
persons having; claims against said es
tate are hereby required to present the
same to ttie administrator at the office
of J.. O. Turner in Heppner. Oregon.
within six months from the date of this
notice. Dated and first published thiB
SUth day of May, 1W8.
EDW. 11. KKKUDENTHAL.
9-13 Administrator ct.a
June 7, 1948.
Said bids will be opened by me
Common Council on June 7, 1918
at 7:30 p.m. at the Council Cham
bers and the Council reserves tne
right to reject any and all bids.
CITY OF HEPPNER,
. By Walter Barger, Jr.,
811 City Recorder.
NOTICE FOR BIDS FOR SALE OF
Notice is hereby given that the
undersiened City of Heppner will
on June 7, 1948 at the hour of 7:30
p.m. at the Council Chambers at
HeDDner. Oregon, receive scaled
bids for the following real pro
perty: Lot six (6) in Block six (6) of
Ayer's Fourth (4) Addition to
the City of Heppner, Oregon.
All bids to be mailed or deliv
ered to Walter Barger, Jr., City
Recorder at Heppner, Oregon, not
later than 7:30 p.m. on June 7,
Said bids will be opened by the
Common Council June 7, 1948 at
7:30 p.m. at the Council Cham
bers. The City reserves the right
to reject any and all bids.
CITY OF HEPPNER!
By Walter Barger, Jr.,
8.11 City Recorder.
NOTICE OF CALL FOR BIDS FOR
Notice is hereby given that the
undersigned City of Heppner will
on the 7th day of June, 1948 at
7:30 p.m of said day at the Coun
cil chambers at Heppner, Oregon,
receive sealed bids for the fol
That certain large building
directly north of the Tum-A-Lum
Lumber Company at
Heppner, Oregon and gener
ally known as the County
The purchaser of said building
must have the building removed
from its present site sixty days
after purchase thereof.
All bids are to be mailed or de
livered to Walter Barger Jr.,
Where Prices Spell Savings
Twin Waffle Irons $16.70
Plastic Cake Covers 2.65
New and attractive
Water Sets-7-piece , 4.49
Automatic Oventype Toaster, 14.19
See our new BASEBALL GLOVES
Your Friendly Marshall-Wells Store
WANTED Light work, sewing,
caring for children, etc. See Ada
Cannon, 103 Aiken St., phone
FOR SALE Four-room house on
First St in lone. Gas range
with trash burner, Flamo hot
water and bath, small base
ment; nice cabin with stove on
same lot. Price $2500. Turner,
Van Marter Co. 9tfc
Fridays The Pay!
Do Your Patriotic Duty
go to the Polls and Vote
Junior Chamber of Commerce
'!if ''i;-'ii i'iii7i"F'l"!W.i'!'' m'ii' !'! "
S.W. Pendleton on Tutuilla Road
Box Office Time, 7 to 10 p.m.
We Warm the Baby's Bottle
FRIDAY-SATURDAY, May 21-22:
MIRACLE ON 34TH STREET
Maureen O'Harra, John Payne, Gene
News and Tech. Cartoon
BOB, SON OF BATTLE
. Full Technicolor
Newest News in the Nation, Cartoon '
Compelte change of program 3 times
weekly - Show every night-No charge
for children under 8 years of age.
Secretary of State
Erl T. Newbry'j past record u a
legislator reveals that h works just
hard at the public'l business at
he has at his own.
He works just as hard to product
the maximum from the public's dol
lars as he did in making a record as
successful orchardist, business and
For hum tovmtmtnft ukt, keep
Btrl T. Ntwbry Stcretary of Stmt.
W. tor by "Ntwbry for Secretory o
$ot CommittM", Gtna Rosimon, Chm.,
1135 S.W Yomhill, Portlond 5, 0rgon
STAR na REPORTER
Admiiilon prices afternoon and MTOiaf , nnleaa pe
ciitcally advertised to be othenrlaal Children i -Bit.
Price .17, Fed. Tax .03, Total S0o; Ormde and High
School Students 12 years and over! Est. Price .40,
Fed. Tax .10, Total 60c; Adults Ert. Frcla .60, Fed.
Friday-Saturday, May 21-22
Anthony Qninn. Katheiina DeMUle, Elyn Knox
An Indian, a Boy and their colt "Black Gold''
with the great fighting heart . . . follow them
through adventure crammed with thrllla and dra
ma. In Color.
Leo Oorcey and the Bowery Boya as the tougheHt
tenderfcet on record in the rough, rUKKed west.
Also. Charlie Horse in IT'S A OBAHD OLD SAO,
a cartoon in color.
Sunday-Monday. May 23-24
GONE WITH THE WIND
Complete, intart. exactly as originally presented.
Continuous showing on Sunday starting at 12
o'clock noon at our regular popular prices. David
O. Selsnick's production of Margaret Mitchell's
famous novel Is in Technicolor and stars Clark
Gable, Vivien Leigh, Leslie Howard and Olivia
Tax .10, Total 0c Every ch id ooonpying a swat
mnat have a ticket. .
8nnday shows continuous starting at 1 p.m. Satur
day evening shows start at 7 p.m. All other evening
shows start at Tl30 p-m. Boxoffloa open evenlnga
until B p.m.
Tuesday, May 25
Hedy LaMarr, Dennli O'Ksofs, John Loder, Wil
The daring utory of
record run fltage hit.
daring woman from the
Wed.-Thurs., May 26-27
Practically every top name In the munlc field
appears in this film as a nnMt . . . and tt will
pleaae even the nnn-rnualcal who don't know a
clarinet from a crescendo because familiar selec
tions are u.ied. The concert stars appearing are:
Conductors, Walter Damroich, Bruno Walter, Ar
tnr Bodtinikl, Frits Reiner and Leopold Stokow.
iki; the siriKers, Lily Pons, Bise Btevena, Jan
Peerce andEaio Ptnia; the cellist. Oregor Platl
forsky; the pianist, Artnr Hiblnstetn; the vlolin
iHt, Jascha Helfeta. All thene. plus the New York
Philharmonic and t he PhiUiarmonlo Quintette.
Vaughn Monroe and his orcheHtra and Harry
Jamee and his horn also appear in the film with
Marsha Hunt, William Prince, Frank McHugh
and Martha O'Driscoll to bind the st.try together.
The Boys Look For And Want
HICKOK BELTS $1.50 to $5.00
HICKOK INITIAL BELTS $4.00
HICKOK Tl E HOLDERS, $1 .00 to 2.50
HICKOK BILLFOLDS, $3.50 to 10.00
Arrow Handkerchiefs, initial and
SAMSON ITE LUGGAGE
ARROW TIES $1.00, 1.50, 2.00
SWEATERS :...$6.95, 7.95
SPORT SHIRTS $3.95 to 7.50
COOPER'S HOSIERY 50c to $1.00
A lifetime gift, in the luxurious alligator brown finish; also plain finish
OVERNIGHT CASE, $15.00 and 17.50
TWO-SUITER $21. 00 and 25.00
WILSONS MEN'S WEAR
The Store of Personal Service