6 Heppner Gazette Times, Heppner, Oregon, July 22, 1943 Newi About Town . . . Mr lyfonard Tate returned on Thuraday from La Grande where he had been ' lending summer sessions of the Eastern Oregon College of Education for the past few weeks. Mr. and Mrs. Don Turner and small daughter were guests of Don's parents. Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Turner last week end. Don had just finished his state bar exam. inations and suoght a short va cation and change of scenery to FREE! FREE! Register Blow!! for the Red Cross Water Safety Program Swim Classes for All Ages Beginners - Intermediate - Juniors - Seniors Life Saving Classes Under direction of Qualified Water Safety Instructor JACQUELINE TETZ Registration open Monday, Wednesday, Friday, July 26, 28 and 30 Sponsored by Morrow County Red Cross STAR DS3 REPORTER Tu .It, Total too. Bnry obJl oeeupyiiic Mt Admtxlom piio ml Urmoos l4 Hntir, n1s Frio. JT, Ft. JO, loUl Oo, Qrtd. ul cUr .ruilif shows .tart MTpjn.AU otkM mnlii BekMl BMuta U 7" onrt Brt. Frio. .40. show Mart at TtSS p.m. Boxofflo. opu mnlafs ra. a, TttsJ 50e; Adults: Ert. Prate M, . utU f aja. Friday-Saturday, July 23-24 WILD HORSE MESA Tim Halt, Vu ILesli in another of n Grey! Ihrill-pwked action atones. Wreck of The Hesperus Eds; w Bncbanu, Willsxd Parkar, Patricia WUU This might be called a wa-faring western . . . Its locale is the rugged New England coast and it is interesting and adventure-filled with all the excitement of a rip-roaring western. Walt DUaer'i "Little Hiawatha" Sunday-Monday, July 25-26 The Miracle of The Bells Prd KacKarrar, TalU, Frank Sinatra, Lm J. Cobb, Harold Varmilyea. All the- people dear to the hearts of the million who read BtusaU Jaime?! sensational best -seller come to life in a heart-throbbing screenplay. A commanding attraction. Tuesday, July 27 FOR YOU I DIE Cathy Downs, Paul Langton, Kischa Anar in a melodrama of tense suspense and romantic thrills. Also Pltxpatrick Travel tali in Technicolor, Passing Parade and Fat Smith Specialty. Wednesday -Thursday, July 28-29 DESIRE ME Orwr Oarsoa, Bobart Mltcntua, Richard Hart in a highly dramatic love story. Also afartin Block's Musical Merry -go-Bound with Freddy Martin and als orchestra and Kee nan Wynn ; Nawareal; and Goodbye Miss Tui lock. Academy Award winning short subject. Friday-Saturday, July 30-31 South of the Chisholm Trail Smiley Burnett-Charles Starrett in a Snrango Kid western. PLUS SHAGGY 24 Pair Women's Dress Shoes PUMPS STRAPS 300 CASUALS ,VV -ODD LOTS 10 Pair Women's Play Shoes Crepe Rubber Soles 2.00 20 Pair Children's Play Shoes STRAPS 4 Kft OXFORD rov NOT ALL SIZES Pair Pair Pair 9 Only Girls 2 Pc. PLAY SUITS Not All Sizes 2.00 ODD LOTS - 36 PAIR - SMALL SIZES NYLON HOSIERY 75c Pair brush the cobwebs from his brain. o SOROPTIMISTS invited The Heppner Soroptimist club is invited to meet with the Baker and Enterprise clubs as guests of the La Grande club next Sun day. George Sokes, Brands Joyce, Robert Shayna. Dog lovers, young and old. will rejoice in this pet story, photographed in color. LEXINGTON . . . Friends were greatly shocked and grieved at the passing of Mrs. John Padberg in Heppner, with burial in Lexington Tues day. Mrs. Padberg had a host of friends in Lexington who will miss her greatly. She was the mother of Orris Padberg of this city, Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Vinson and family of Monument have been visiting in Lexington, where they were called by the passing of Mrs. Vinson s grandmother, Mrs, John Padberg. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Breeding attended the funeral services of George Roland at Fossil Monday. He was born in North Carolina in 1888, coming to Oregon when oung and settled in Wheeler county in 1919. He passed away in Baker hospital July 16. He left three daughters, two sons and eight grandchildren to mourn his passing. He was the uncle of Bert, Oscar and Carl Breeding of mis city. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Breeding and family, Jimmie Davis, and Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Livingston and family attended, the state picnic at Emigrant springs Sun day. Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Griffith in 34 Only Girls Print DRESSES Sizes 7 to 14 3.00 3to6X 2.00 Values! For School Wear Entire Stock Men's Dress Straw HATS 1.50 ea. 10 Pair Juvenile Boys Sun Shorts 75c pr. 17 Only Our Famous TOWNCRAFT DRESS SHIRTS SLIGHTLY O Aft Small SOILED ,vuSizes 21 Only "Pacific Plaid" m SPORT SHIRTS Medium and Large Sizes 2.00 8 Pair Boys' Gabardine "I Only DRESS PANTS Boys' Sweaters Sizes 12 to 18 ' 2.00 pr. 1-00 18 Only Boys' Sport SHIRTS 1.00 Not All Sizes A. Winkelman returned home Monday from the hospital in Pen dleton where he underwent an appendectomy. The Amlcltia club met at the home of Mrs. Maurice Groves on Tuesday night with Mrs. C. C. Jones as hostess. After a short business meeting, pinochle was played with Mrs. Clarence Hayes inning high and Mrs. Gladys an Winkle winning low. Mrs. Clarence Hayes was hos tess Wednesday to a birthday party honoring her daughter Janice's ninth birthday. Games were played and lovely refresh ments of angel food cake and punch were served. Those at tending were Susan, Penny and Dianne LaFran, Barbara Grant, Maureen Groves and Clara Griffith. Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Johnson of Portland and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Lucas of Heppner were vis itors at the Earl Warner home on Tuesday evening. Mr. ancf Mrs. Johnson are former teach ers in the Lexington school. H. H. Hathaway of Portland is isiting at the Geo. Allyn home. He is a nephew of Mrs. Allyn. Mrs. Geo. Allyn has received word that Roy, Nancy and Mary Buck who made their home with her during the last year, have arrived safely at their new home in Minnesota. Mr and Mrs. G. M. Allyn visited relatives In Ukiah Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Everett Barlow spent a few days in Portland this week on business. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas C. Harri- and family spent Sunday Spray. Walter Eubanks and Raloh rnunps spent Tuesday In Lex lngton, renewing old acquaint ances and attending the funeral of Tom Barnett Mrs. Jim Lynch spent the week end here with her parents, Mr. ana Mrs. Lon Edwards, and vis ited her sister, Edith, who Is at home for a week from Spokane. Mrs. Vernon Christopherson and two children are spending week in Aurora visiting Vernon parents. Miss Joan Breeding and Jay Matnews, small son of Mrs. Bill Mathews, spent the week end In Lexington at the O. G. Breeding home. Mrs. Trina Parker and Miss Dona Barnett returned to their summer home at Camp Sherman on the Metolius Wednesday, after spending a couple of weeks here attending to business matters. Mr. and Mrs. W. I. Miller and family of La Grande visited one day last week at the C. C. Jones home. The NeTopPew Campfire girls returned to their home In Le ington Sunday after a week at Camp Kiwanis in Walla Walla The girls report a good time, and those going over were Shirley Peck, Beverley and Phyliss Nola and Romona Hicks and Doris Grant. at a place to be decided later. , tCSm Refreshments were served by Mrs. Jack Bailey and Mrs. Wm. seehafer. Diana, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Pettyjohn, underwent a tonsilectomy at Pendleton on Wednesday of last week. ' The Ameca club met at the Masonic hall Thursday, July 15, with Mrs. Walter Corley and Mrs. Eugene Normoyle as hostesses. Games were played. Those win ning prizes were Mrs. Gordon White, Mrs. Richard Lundell and Mrs. Milton Morgan. Refresh ments were served by the hos tess. The Ameca club also had a picnic at Parkers Mill Sunday, July 11. Mrs. Robert Montague of Top- penlsh visited her sister, Mrs. Fred Buchanan, last week. Floor Coverings LINOLEUM, ASPHALT and RUBBER TILE for floors, walls, drain boards. We can take care of your needs. CLAUDE HILL Leave orders at Heppner Hardware Gr Electric Co. son ana lamiiy irom cascade Locks are spending a few days at the Y. A. Palmer home. Mrs. Harrison is the former Alice Pal mer. Miss Joan Rettlnger is employ ed at the L. A. Palmer home. IONE ITEMS Mrs. Anne Smouse and daugh ter Shirley returned last week from Moro where they visited at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Orlo Martin. The Lutheran missionary so ciety met at the home of Mrs. Walter Dobyns Sunday afternoon. Mrs William Bergstrom gave a very interesting report on the cen tennial conference of the Luther an church at Rock Island, 111., which she attended recently. Af ter the meeting a potluck dinner was served. The 4-H club met at the Grant Olden home Tuesday, July 13. Mrs. Hodge of Pasco and her daughter Wanda of Heppner were week-end guests at the home of their daughter and sis ter, Mrs. Eugene Normoyle. The lone school wil start Sept. 13th. Willows grange held their reg ular meeting Saturday night. During the program a tableau was shown with the Bailey chil dren taking part. The grange de cided to have a picnic August 2 The 4-H Clubs of the County ask your support when attending Morrow County Fair and Rodeo Dances this season. Hamburgers and soft drinks will be sold for the benefit of the 4-H clubs on the following nights: July 24 - August 7 - August 28 - September 2, 3, 4 PATRONIZE THE 4-H STAND AND HELP THE 4-H KIDS OF MORROW COUNTY Heppner Appliance Co. DEALER IN FRIGIDAIRE PRODUCTS and ZENITH RADIOS Proudly presents the remarkable NEW FRIGIDAIRE AUTOMATIC WASHER with live water action! Ladies, come in and we will demonstrate how you can do a complete washing with your finger tips. An entirely new washing principle in the FRIGIDAIRE Fully Automatic Washer We also have available everything electrical for your home. Our highly trained service department offers complete service and repair of ALL ELECTRICAL APPLIANCES TELEPHONE 1423 NOTICE OF SALE OF COUNTY PROPERTY BY VIRTUE OF AN ORDER OF THE COUNTY COURT dated July 21, 1948, I am authorized and di rected to advertise and sell at public auction at not less than the minimum price herein set forth: North forty feet of Lot four in Block fifteen of Will's Addi tion to the Town of lone, Mor row County, State of Oregon, for the minimum price of $35.00, cash. THEREFORE, I will on the 21st day of August, 1948 at the hour of 10:00 A.M., at the front door of the Court House in Heppner, Ore gon sell said property to the high est and best bidder. C. J. D. BAUMAN, Sheriff, Morrow County, Oregon. FRANCES MITCHELL, 18-22 Deputy. FOR SALE 1941 Foraor Ford De luxe sedan. Call Heppner 2265. YOUR DRY CLEANING DOLLAR goes farther at the Morrow County Cleaners. 20 off on cash and carry dry cleaning. 18c You are invited to drive the new 1949 Ford car. The car of the year. Rosewall Motor Co. 1941 Pontiac sedan coupe. Pay down $475.00. Rosewall Motor Company. 1947 Ford Super Deluxe tudor se dan. Pay down $650.00. Rose wall Motor Company, 1931 Ford coupe. Here is depend- bale transportaton. Pay down $85.00. Rosewall Motor Co. 1942 Ford one ton express. Ready to go to work. Pay down $500.. 00. Rosewall Motor Company. 1936 Chevrolet truck. Motor re built. Pay down $250.00. Rose wall Motor Company. 1936 Dodge pickup. Pay down $135.00. Rosewall Motor Co. Buy those famous Firestone All Traction tires from Rosewall Motor Company. Let our paint department restore that show room complexion to your old car. Rosewall Motor Company. Let us steam clean that motor to prevent over heating. Rosewall Motor Company. There Is no place like home for Ford Service. Rosewall Motor Company. We have new and rebuilt Ford motors for immediate installa tion. Rosewall Motor Company. Does your car shimmy? Free safe ty test in our safety lane. Rose wall Motor Company. If you need a tire In a hurry try Rosewall Motor Company. Let us underseal that new car to seal out dust and noise. It pre vents rust and prolongs the life of your car. $35.00. Rosewall Motor Company. Fords and Friends Is our bus iness. Rosewall Motor Co, FOR SALE Five room house. See Cornett Green or Howard Bry ant. 18-19p Home Owners Play Safe! The season is at hand to paint, repair and modernize your home. We suggest that you investigate the costs of desired im provements with your local merchants and workmen who are in position to correct or adjust any work that is not en tirely satisfactory. Be wary about entering into any agreement with outsiders whose responsibility, materials and workmanship are not thoroughly known to you. Financial assistance is as readily available to you through local merchants or directly from your local bank as can be offered elsewhere. FHA Title I Loan is designed for this purpose. BE SAFE! 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