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Heppner Gazette Times, Heppner, Oregon, Oct. 21, 1948
Spruce Up For Hallowe'en
Make sure your wardrobe
is ready to go places when
party time rolls around. . .
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and let our experts gently
and carefully service your
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Tum-A-Lum Lumber Co.
Greeted by Former
Mrs. Cecil Jones
Friends of Mr. anil Mrs Br.hert
Wilcox, former residents of Lex
ington, were happy to renew ac
quaintances with them and their
family, who Wprp at the hnmo nf
Mr. and Mrs. John Graves to at
tend the wedding of Miss JoAnne
Graves, granddaughter of the
Wilcox's. Those here were Mi
and Mrs. Wilcox and their chil
dren, Claude and family from
Troutdale. and Lestpr and C.lonn
and his new bride who is from
Honda where their wedding was
solemnized Oct. 6, and Mr. and
Mrs. Charles Wilcox of Hermis
ton. The Wilcox family lived for
years on the Vernon Brown place
below Lexington, with Mr. Wil
cox teaching here many years
ago. iney live at Asniand.
Mr. and Mrs. John Rnnvan nnH
family of Heppner and his bro-
uier, sam Kunyan, and daughter
Judy of Camas. Wash., wprp Sun.
day vistors at the home of Miss
Liona tsarnett and Mrs. Trina Parker.
Mr. and Mrs. Cpril Jnnps wprp
hosts to several friends at a din
ler Sunday honoring their daugh.
ter Charlene's birthday. Those at
tending were Rev. and Mrs.
Hatch, Mr. and Mrs. Ted McMil
lan and children John Rtwnro
Miss Joy Gerharz, and Miss Edna
FripnHs in T-pvinfftnn uroro
grieved to hear of the passing of
Mrs. Rae Warfield of Heppner.
Mrs. Warfield was the former
Miss Cowins and livprl for nnitp
some time with her grandmother,
Mrs. George Allyn and attended
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Feathers anrl
family snent the wppIc pnH in
Clackamas at the home of the
Kelloggs, parents of Mrs. Feath
Mr. and Mrs. Bill Van Winklp
are doincr some remnriplina nn
their house here. They are build
ing two bedrooms, a bath room
and utility room.
The service station which was
run for several years by Ed Grant
has been sold to Rodger Ander
son and Elwynne Peck. People
are very sorry to have the Grants
move to tneir new home in Prine
ville but wish Ed all the success
News has been received in I.px-
ington concerning Chuckie Chris
topherson that he is still in the
nospltal, but is some Improved.
Mr. and Mrs. R. D. Underwood,
parents of Mrs. Don Camnhpll
were visitors here over the week
end. They are from Forest Grove.
Mr. and Mrs. Carlyle Harrison
of Cascade Locks were visitors
at the Lawrence Palmer home
over the week end. She and Mrs.
Palmer attended the shower fnr
Miss Graves in Heppner Satur
Charlie Padberg was quite
County Agent News . .
One of the most interesting
demonstrations seen lately was
the use of the Noble plow which
was used on the Orville Cutsforth
farm last Wednesday afternoon,
October 6. This plow, which con
sists of a V sweep, available in
various lengths from five and one
half to ten feet, is adapted to use
in very heavy stubble. The
sweeps are set at such an angle
that there is a suction to the
blades which can be set to con-
form to a constant depth of til
During the demonstration, var
ious attempts were made to plug
me Diaoe liat on the ground. The
machine did a fine lob of sun
surface tillage, and a one way
disk pulled into the field imme
diately after the use of the Noble
sweeD did an excellent onpration
of stubble mulch tillage. In fact
tne combination was so good that
painfully cut on the mouth at the
ball game at Stanfield Friday,
and was taken to Hermiston to
a physician who took four stit
ches. Mrs. Lonnie Henderson enter
tained the HEC at her home on
Thursday with Mrs. Jones as co
hostess. The afternoon was spent
sewing, with discussion of the
turkey dinner to be served Nov.
13. After a short business meet
ing refreshments of coffee, ritz
crackers, and pineapple and
strawberry bavarian cream was
served to 18 members.
Mr. and Mrs. Billy Nichols of
Heppner are now living in the
Barnett apartments here.
Hear Sam Gordon spout bridge,
Legion Hall, Oct. 28-29-30.
Mr. Cutsforth decided to order a and Interseted farmers are urged: Hear Sam Gordon spout bridge,
twenty foot section of the Noble to see the machine at work this I Hal 28-29-30.
sweep. This will be set this week fall on the Cutsforth ranch. K
LINGERIE by Lovely Lady
Soft and warm in the pastel shades, just so right
for your sleeping comfort on chilly nights. . . .
Fluff Knit Gowns $5.25 and $5.95
Sizes 36-40 and 42-48
Fluff Knit Pajamas.: $5.25 and $5.95
Fluff Knit Pajamas for Children $3.95
ji Sizes 6-14
Rayon Pajamas $4.95 to $8.95
Ladies Outing Gowns and Pajamas . . .
Childrens Outing Gowns and Pajamas
Yours for luscious sleeping
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stration of this different, fully automatic Frigidaire Washer.
Heppner Appliance Co.
Standby Canned Food Sale market
October 22-23 - Friday - Saturday
BUY BY THE CASE AND SAVE'
3 12 Case of
Cans cans 24
GOLDEN CREAM CORN, No. 303 59 2.33 4.47
SMALL SWEET PEAS, No. 2 69 2.27 4.39
PEAS and CARROTS, No. 303 57 2.15 4.19
SOLID WHOLE TOMATOES, No. 2Vi .78 2.98 5.68
WHOLE KERNEL SWEET CORN, 303 .65 2.39 4.69
GREEN BEANS, Stringless No. 2 79 2.98 5.89
SPINACH, Tender Leaf, No. 2 49 1.93 3.58
APRICOTS, Whole Peeled No. 2Vi..., .89 3.37 6.65
BOYSENBERRIES, Sweet No. 2 1.05 3.96 7.43
GRAPEFRUIT, Whole Segments No. 2 .60 2.29 4.25
DeLuxe BLUE PLUMS, No. 2Vz.: 57 2.09 3.98
PITTED RED PIE CHERRIES, No. 2 .1.09 4.07 7.90
FREESTONE PEACHES, Halves 2 'As ..1.25 4.68 8.89
Cider, gal. 53c
We Reserve the
Right to Limit
Fancy Grade A
Bocf Roast 55
CABBAGE, lb 03
TOKAY GRAPES, 2 lbs 25
CAULIFLOWER, lb. 10
SWEET POTATOES, 2 lbs. .25
RADISHES, 3 bunches 09
CRANBERRIES, 1 lb 29
Straight Ground Beef
pure only lb 59c
Pork Lunch Meat, 12 oz .47
Corned Beef, 12 ox...! 49
Sardines, Big Oval Tin 29c
DEVIL HAM, 3 Vi ox .19
Grade A Fancy BEEF
Only 59c lb.
Stock Up On Canned Foods
Today - Save Money
Pineapple, Crushed, 24 tins No. 2 7.90
Tomato Juice, 12 tins 47 ox. 3.19
Orange Juice, 12 tins 47 ox. 3.39
Grape Juice, 12 quarts 3.98