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Heppner Gazette Times, Heppner, Oregon, Dec. 23, 1948
ALL SAIKTS MEMORIAL
Chritmk wrviccs Friday,
ChrMmas pvp: Mxlnipht service,
choral FuchariM, starling at 11:30
Christmas day, holy commun
Sunday: Holy communion, 8.
Church school. M Confirmation
service, 11, (The Right Reverend
Lane V. Barton).
Week day services: Wednes
days, holy communion, 10. Fri
days, holy communion, 7:30.
Miss Beverly Yoeom is home
from Oregon " State college to
spend the holidays with relatives.
ond His Orchestra
Sat. Evening, Dec. 25
LEGION HALL lone
$2.50 per Person
More of life's joy and glad
ness. More of its peace and
More of its faith and glory,
May Christmas bring you
Humphreys Drug Co.
METHODIST CHURCH Lusk, returned Monday and Mrs.
J. Palmer Sorlien. minister. Lusk went on to her home In
Sunday, Dec. 2f: Walla Walla.
Morning worship and sermon Home to spend the holidays
at 11 a.m. Special number by the with their parents are Archie Pad
choir, Paul McCoy, director. Sun- berg, student at Oregon College
day church school at 9:45 a.m. of Education, Monmouth, and
Also Youth Fellowship class and Vernon Padbcrg, member of Un
Adult Bible class. jcle Sam's sea forces and student
Youth Fellowship at 7 p.m., ! at the navy school at San Ysidro,
Sunday; Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Calif., where he is delving' into
Bohles, counsellors. ;the science of radar. They are
Thursday choir practice at 7:30 sons of Mr. and Mrs. Archie Pad
Womans Society of Christian Miss Mabel Wilson, rnuntv
Service meets the first Wednes-1 home demonstration apent left
day of each month. I Kv nlane from Pendleton Ti.psrlav
For Sunday morning we have for Los Aneoles tn snenrt the hnl-
a nursery for small children dur- idavs. er father and mother
ing service hour, Mrs. Vernon from Lake City, Iowa, and her
Bohles, director. sister who is a student in Minne
apolis, will join her there and
they will spend the time at the
home of Miss Wilson's sister-in-law.
I Mr. and Mrs. Edward Chinn
have returned to Heppner after
an extended visit in Portland.
iThey have been gone about two
I Here to attend installation cer.
lemonies of the Masonic bodies
i Saturday evening were George L.
Close, Maurice Brown, F. A. Rudd,
Andrew Staig, Lester Halverson,
and G. O. Hayes of the Fossil
Masonic lodge, and Mr. and Mrs.
G. C. Phillips of Condon,.
Whitman college students
home for Christmas vacation in
clude Marylou Ferguson and Mr.
and Mrs. Phil Cohn. Miss Fergu
son will remain with her par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Ferguson,
until Wednesday when she will
i go to Seattle for a few days.
Misses Joan Hisler and Betty
Mrs. Linnie Loudon drove to
Portland Wednesday where she
will spend three weeks with her
brother and family.
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Instone
paid Heppnei a surprise visit
Saturday, coming from Hillsboro
where they are spending part of
the winter at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. Virgil Hatfield. They
came to attend the Masonic installations.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Petesron
were in irom the Gooseberry
ranch Tuesday on a shopping
tour. They were accompanied by
Mr. and Mrs. John Skuzeski who
are spending the holidays with
them, having come from Corval-
lis where Mr. Skuzeski is a stu
dent at Oregon State college.
Mrs. Harold Erwin went to Se
attle Friday to attend the wed
ding of her brother, Glen Cliborn,
and Miss Cora Paradis. which Smethurst, freshmen at Eastern
was an event ol bunday. Mrs. Er- Oregon college, La Grande, are
win and her sister, Mrs. Leroy spending the holidays with their
Between the Holidays
It's Our 13th Month
HEW RAYON CREPES
A special Penney purchas brings you th
good-looking rayon crop print . . at thU
low price I Brand new styles, brand new patterns
. . . very special even here at Penney's where
good buys are the rule! In spring's freBheat
colors. MibbtV and women' sizes, too.
respective parents, Mr. and Mrs.'
Paul Hisler of Heppner and Mr.
and Mrs. William Smethurst of
LEXINGTON . . .
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Feathers were
hosts at a faculty Christmas party
on Tuesday night with an ex
change of gifts and a lovely buf
fet dinner. Those attending were
Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Baker, Mr.
and Mrs. Palmer Sorlien, Mrs.
Glenn Griffith, Mrs. Merriman,
and Mr, and Mrs. Joe Feathers.
The Lexington student body
purchased a score board from the
Echo schools lasj week and it is
already installed. Charlie Pad-
berg and Jo McMillan motored
to Echo after the board.
The teachers' salary commit
tee of the county met at the local
school Wednesday with dinner
being served by the GAA 'girls
and Joy Gerharz. The menu con
sisted of macaroni and cheese
and baked spam with honey and
spices, and hot rolls and ice
cream sundae. After the dinner
a short program was held In the
auditorium with Jo McMillan
singing two solos and Betty Lou
Messenger and Shirlee Hunt
playing piano duets, and these
two girls sang a numorous auet,
"She'll Be Coming 'Round the
Mountain," accompanied by Mrs.
The county budget meeting
was held in Heppner Monday
night with a lovely dinner and a
discussion of business. Those at
tending from Lexington were
Mrs. C. C. Carmichael, Orris Pad
berg and Mrs. A. M. Edwards.
Vacation started in the Lex
ington school Wednesday, with
all the school parties being held
in their respective rooms.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Bloods
worth, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Bloods
worth and Ris were all Pendleton
visitors last week.
News has been received in Lex
ington of the birth of a daughter
to Mr. and Mrs. Jim Lynch of
Heppner. Mrs .Lynch is the for
mer Elizabeth Edwards of Lex
ington, daughter of Mr. and Mrs,
A. M. Edwards.
Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Barratt Jr.
and Mrs. Cyrene Barratt drove up
from Corvallis Saturday to spend
the holidays with relatives.
Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Bucknum
returned Monday from Portland
where Billy had been a patient
at the veterans hospital. He un
derwent surgical treatment to his
knee while there.
Robert V. Turner passed thru
Heppner Tuesday en route from
Detroit, Mich., to Portland. He
made the trip east to bring back
a car for a Portland party and
drove in here from Pendleton to
visit his father, Frank W. Turner.
St. Sgt. Lyle Cox is spending a
21-day leave from duties at the
airfield at Moses Lake, Wash.,
with his parents, Mr. and Mrs.
W. E. Garner, who has been
employed the past few weeks at
Myrtle Creek, Oregon, returned
Many folks in the community
are ill with colds the past few
days, with several students ab
sent from school.
School will close Thursday, De-
cember 23, for the holidays and 'J; ,-;
win itme up ugaui .irtiiuaij u.
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NOTICE Or FINAL ACCOUNT
Notice Is hereby Riven thut the un
deralKiird ilnill;intnilrlx of the estale.
of WILLIAM T. OOHKHTY, DweiiHci,
hua filed wllh the t'mlmte Court of the
State of OieRon for Morrow County,
her Final Account of her administra
tion of the estate of mild deceased, and
aid Court has fixed Monday, th 241 h
day of January. 1949. at the hour of
ten o'clock In the rorenoon of said day
at the Court House at Heppner. Oregon
as the time and place for hearing ob
jections to said Final Account anil the
sell emeni 01 iuu winim k
time fixed for said
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on or before the
Dated and first published this 23rd
day of December, 1948.
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Here you will find the largest stocks in
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Come in and tee them, or write to
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Box 418, Pendleton, Oregon
Owner of Pendleton Music House for the past 35 years.
The Heppner Gazette, established
March 30, 1883. The Heppner
Times, established November
18, 1897. Consolidated Feb. 15,
Published every Thursday and
entered at the Post Office at
Heppner, Oregon, as second
Subscription price, $2.50 a year
single copies, 10c.
O. G. CRAWFORD
Publisher and Eduoi
. . . and a Heppy
New Year! May
your heart be filled
Tour Friendly Marshall
STAR EE REPORTER
Admission prices afternoon and eevninff, unless spe
cifically advertised to be otherwise l Children! Est.
Prise .17, Fed. Tax .03, Total 20c; (trade and High
School Students U years and overt Est. Price .40,
Pad. Tax .10, Total 60c; Adults I Est. Prole .60, Pad.
Tax .10, Total 00.
must have a ticket.
Every child occupying a seat
Sunday ahows continuous starting at 1 p.ra- All other
shows starat at 7:M p.m. Boxofflce open evenings
untU B p.m.
Do you know the right answer? Every
week we call 10 residents of the commun
ity and ask WHAT IS PLAYING AT THE
THEATER TODAY? If you can answer
correctly In 20 seconds you receive a
FREE TICKET to the show. Read our
newspaper ad and hang this program
near the phone so you'll have the right
Thursday, Dec. 23 & Saturday, Dec. 25
THE INSIDE STORY
CtutrlM Wlnnlnffer, Muih Hnnt, William Lnn
diffan, Gail Patrick, Otn Xockhart, Florence
Bates, Allen Jenkins.
Rustic humor and elementary economics abound
in this wholesome, homespun yarn of one man's
faith and generosity. And It may give you an
Idea to cheer you up if you're worrying about the
"next depression" !
Son of God's Country
Monte Hal-, Pamela Blake, Paul Kttrit, Jim No
lan. The toujfher the bad men come ... the better
Monte Rale liken it!
The City of Little Men
A glowing tribute to Father Flanagan, founder
of Boys' Town, who believed that there Is no
urh thing as a bad boy!
SPECIAL I I I I
2 p.m. Saturday Dec. 25
Annual Free Show sponsored by the Elks
Lodge and the Star Theater.
Boddy McDowa.ll in a likeable story of a boy's
devotion to his dog . . . momenta of comedy . . .
a hint of romance ... and the great outdoors.
Sunday-Monday. Dec. 26-27
THE BABE RUTH STORY
William Bendix, Claire Trevor, Charles Bickford,
Bam Lavene, William Frawley, Gertrude nieaen
America's moat beloved guy! His life... his
tlme...hls triumphs! It's the Home-run of
Hits! Baseball fan or not, it's a picture that Is
good for every member of the family.
Tuesday-Wednesday, December 28-29
Give My Regards to
Dan Dailey, Charles Wlnnlnger, Nancy Onild,
Charlie Buggies, Fay Bainter, Barbara Law
rence. Technicolor comedy with music that Is a field
day of entertainment.
A Merry Christmas
We'll be closed on
Christmas day from 11
a. m. to 5:30 p. m.
There'll be no dinner
but plenty oi sandwiches
You are always welcome
Roy and Betty Lieuallen
The good will of our patrons and
friends is one of our most valu-
able assets. The spirit of the sea-
son brings to us renewed appre- f
ciation of the value of new
1 friends. May your Christmas be
happy and success attend your
New Year, is the cordial wish of
I Heppner Hardware and
I Electric Co. I
U. P. and N. P.
39 SW Derion Avenue
May the greatest gift you
receive be the gift of joy
ousness and prosperity
throughout the year . . .
Heppner Red & White
Farmhand Hydraulic Loaders
with Snow Scoop and Foliage Fork attachments.
MORROW COUNTY AUTHORIZED DEALER
for immediate delivery.
McClintock's Machine Shop