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6 Heppner Gazette Times, Heppner, Oregon, Sept. 2, 1943
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Droinboords and Cove Base . . Guaran
teed installations . . Quality Materials
Rubber and Asphalt Tile
See me for your carpet and rug needs
Leave orders at
Heppner Hardware & Electric Co.
Ch rome Furniture
Easy to Clean!
Your kitchen or dinette will be the
most popular room in the house
with one of these modern sets . . .
Prices range from $49.50 up.
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What's This? A Bunch of Dude Ranch'Patrons?
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Queen Betty emd her Princesses would very quickly refute such a charge. Photographer Louis Eyons
thought the Royal Court should pose here and there without their horses and here they are caressing
the old corral fence. They will demonstrate that that they are not the drugstore type during Rodeo.
Bride Elect Given
Shower At Home of
Parents Tuesday .
Mrs. Delpha Jones
Msis Patty O'Harra, daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Newt O'Harra,
was the honoree of a shower at
the home of her parents on Tues
day. The affair was held on the
lawn. The refreshments were wnere he has a cunlract to drill
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tan hospital and will undergo
surgery on Thursday.
Mr. and Mrs. Truman Messen
ger Jr. and small daughter of The
Dalles spent the week end at the
Truman Messenger Sr. home in
Mr. and Mrs. V. E. McMillan
and family returned home Fri
day from a trip to Elko, Nov..
Salt Lake City and way points.
Sally and Maryland Sherman
of Hermiston were visitors at the ! t
C. C. Carmichael home a few days
A. M. Edwards has moved his
drilling equipment to Rome, Ore
Typical Scenes in the Rodeo Arena
cake and ice cream. The cake
was a lovely creation made with
an umbrella in the middle, with
frosting of rosettes and rain
drops. Miss O'Harra received
many appropriate gifts. The hos
tesses were Mrs. Vernon Munkers
and Mrs. Otto Ruhl. t
Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Christo
pherson and family returned to
Portland Friday due to the illness
of their small son. Chuckie is
now a patient in Good Samari-
STAR EH3 REPORTER
AdmlMioa prices afternoon and eerolnff, nnlesi spe
cifically sdrertised to be otherwises Children: Est.
Prtoe J7. Ped. Tax .03, Total 20c; Grade and High
School StndenU U yean and over: Est Price .40,
I JO, Total 60c; Adults: Est. Prde .50, Fed.
Tax .10, Total 60c
most have a ticket.
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Heppner Rodeo, Sept. 2-3-4
Welcome Rodeo Visitors and Home Folks I
The theater is comfortable, the programs
are good. Shows are the usual hours as
Every ch id occupying a teat
Sunday nhowa continuous starting at 1 p.m. Satur
day evening shows start at T p.m. All other evening
ahowa start at 7:30 p.m. BoxoKice open eveninjri
untU 9 pjn.
Wednesday-Thursday, Sept. 1-2
THE IRON CURTAIN
Dana Andrews, Gene Tierney, Jane Havoc, Edna
Best, Barry Kroeger.
A sensational and timely subject, based on the
personal story of Igor Gonsenko, former code
clerk. U.S.S.R Embassy in Ottawa, Canada.
CALGARY STAMPEDE, Cowboys from the
U. S. and Canada compete in Calgary's
Wild West Jamboree. In Technicolor.
WHITE COLLAR GIRL, latest issue of
THE MARCH OF TIME.
We join the Department of Justice's Youth
Opportunity Program by saluting Young
America during YOUTH MONTH, Sept. 1st
to 30th, and always I
F iHsesV-.m. MHAt
a well for the government on an
airstrip that is being built there.
School will start here Sept. 13.
The boards recently gave a con
tract to a band teacher. Miss Joy
Gerling of Sheridan, Wyo., who
comes highly recommended. Th
completes the staff for the high
school. Mrs. Glenn Griffith has
been given a contract taking the
place of Mrs. Verl Frederiekson
who resigned because of ill
Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Jones and
children, Mrs. W. I. Miller and
two children of LaGrande return
ed Monday from a few days spent
at Depoe Bay where they visited
Mrs. Jones' grandmother, Mrs.
Mrs. Newt O'Harra spent Wed
nesday evening in The Dalles
where she attended a wedding
shower for her daughter. Pan v.
Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Yarnell
have returned from a trip to Cal
ifornia and way points. The Yar
nells took their two oldest chil
dren, leaving the youngest with
Herman Wallace underwent an
appendectomy in Pendleton on
Monday. Mrs. Wallace and sister,
Mrs. Jim Bloodsworth, were vis
itors to see him on Tuesday.
Miss Dona Barnett and Mrs.
Trina Parker have returned from
their summer home on the Metol
ius river, where they spent the
summer. They report a fine sum
mer with beautiful weather, with
the exception of it getting cold
there so early in the fall.
Mrs. Elsie Peterson spent Tues
day in lone where she attended
the birthday club, the occasion
being Mrs. Peterson's birthday.
Mrs. Josie Daniels, sister of
" . few v ' rl
Mrs. Cleo Van Winkle, and Mrs.
Nellie Palmer, who makes her
home in Salem is visiting her
The Woman's Auxiliary of All
Saints Episcopal church will re
sume activities with a business
meeting at 2:30 p. m. Thursday,
September 9 at the parish house.
Members are asked to keep the
date in mind.
AMBERIN for piles: $10. Guar
anteed Humphreys Drug Co.
AMBERIN for piles: $10. Guar
anteed. Humphreys Drug Co.
MONTHS TO PAY
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side of pants. Sturdy wool and reused
wool (see tag for content) with snug
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Cozy lamb fur collar
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closing. Boys', girls',
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That Certain Something
Our fall merchandise is ready for your inspection. Style
modish and up to the minute in color lines and fabrics.
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A fine line of hose-lingerie-girdles-girdleieres-garter
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Thursday, Friday and Saturday afternoons.
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For the 1948 Morrow County
Fair, Heppner, Oregon
Thursday, September 2
All exhibits in place by 8 a.m.
9 A.M. 4-H agricultural judging and demonstration
1 P.M. Judging of 4-H exhibits.
Livestock showmanship contests during the
8 P.M. 4-H Style Revue at Heppner Civic Center pav
1 :30 P.M. Rodeo.
Friday, September 3
9 A.M. Judging of open classes, with all livestock
judged during the morning.
4-H Home Economics judging and demonstra
Parade of livestock in Rodeo arena, time to be
set by arena manager.
7 P.M. 4-H fat stock auc"n sale at livestock arena
on Fair grounds.
Saturday, Sept ember 4
10 A.M. Annual Fair and Rodeo Parade.
1 :30 P.M. Rodeo.
Calf scramble of 4-H club members-to be call
ed by arena director during Rodeo program.
Dance each Evening at Heppner
Civic Center Pavilion