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    Heppner Gazette Times, Heppner, Oregon, Jan. 20, 1949
See the
Most Beautiful Buy
Sat'day Only
Temperatures On
Upswing In River
Territory Monday
By Mrs Flossie Coals
Old Man Winter soonis to havp
had his nose nipjvd enough for
the time being in this eommun
ity. Thermometers were rising to
approximately 10 degrees Mon
day. John Yonger left last week for
Portland to consult a physician
before going on to Christine. Tex.
where he will make his home.
Yonger sold his property in town
to Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Allen,
who took immediate possession.
Mrs. Marv Messenger who is
very ill in the St. Anthony's hos
pital in Pendleton, hasn't shown
anv improvement. Miss Marie
Messenger of Los Angeies. lal
daughter of Mr. Messenger, arriv
ed Monday and will remain for a
stay. Mr. Messenger find Marie
went to Pendleton Monday to vis
it Mrs. Messenger.
Mrs. Laura Rowe. local school
teacher, was a week-end visitor
in Pendleton.
Mr. and Mrs. Glen Hadley of
Camp 5 were week-end puesis !
the home of Mr. Hadley's aunt,
Mrs. Anna Cramer.
Mr. and Mrs. Eernie McLaugh
lin of Hamilton. Mont., arrived
last week and are at the home
of Mrs. McLaughlin's mother.
Mrs. Anna Cramer. They plan to
; remain here tor several months.
! HEC met at the home of Mrs.
Anna Skoubo Wednesday. T!u
committee in charge assisting
iMrs. Skoubo was Myrtle Ely and
i Luda Ball, w ith a pjtiuck dinner
at noon. Presdient Skoubo ap
pointed the yearly comniutitf
i during the day.
i Mr. and Mrs. Guy Ferguson rtw
'. tored to Pendleton Saturday, call
, ing on Mrs. Mary Messenger and
i Mrs. Evalyn Smith w ho are pa
tients at the St. Anthony's hos-
Friends were surprised to hear
: of the serious illness rf Ge n'.''
Bush of Hermiston, who is very
I ill in the St. Anthonys :'::-r; hi
1 in Pendleton. Mr. Bush is a for
j mer resident nf B.''ari.'.r ::; -,.
There will be a pinochle card
party sponsored ty t' e HKC :i
the home of Mr. and Mrs. Russell
Miller Sntuni. y evenhr.:. J -tn-ary
22. Come and enjoy a good
evening at cauls.
Guests Saturday ;u tlie home
of Mr and Mrs. N;i'hv.i Thun e
were Mr. Thorpe's parents. Mr.
and Mrs. Hairy Thorpe of Her
miston, and two brothers, Les'e
i -rr-e and wife, and Leonard
Thorpe and family of Sandy,
i Mrs. George Gertson of Hepp
ner was a caller on the project
j Monday.
! The Tumblewefd Bo f club nv
at the home of Mifhael Staicup
January 12. There were timn
members of the beef and, v
members of the swine club pre
sent. Mrs. Staieup serier! rede i
ments to the club after the mect-
iTuo late for last week)
Mrs. Fred Smith was seriously
hurt in a ear accident near West
land, on the cut-off from Hermis
ton. Tuesday afternoon. Uolh legs
were broken, one above the knee
and the other about the ankle.
Mrs. Smith was rushed to St. An
thony's hospital in Pendleton by
ambulance. Mr. and Mrs. Smith
were returning from Hermiston
when the from spring of the car
ereke. causing the car to over
turn and pinning Mrs. Smith un
derneath. Mr. Smith raised the
car from his wife alone. The real
extent of the injury to Mrs. Smith
and to Mr. Smith is not known
for sure at this writing.
A freight train going west was
wrecked at Messner Tuesday eve
ning, eleven cars leaving the
track. A broken wheel due to a
brake caused the derailment.
No one was hurt but all trains
both east and west were delayed.
Mrs. Mary Messenger was tak
en to the St. Anthony's hospital
in Pendleton Friday as the result
of a stroke suffered Thursday.
Two daughters, Mrs. Ronald Wil
lett of Eugene and Mrs. Frank
Hammel of The Dalles arrived
Saturday to spend a few days
with their mother and Mr. Mess
enger. Mrs. Willctt returned to
her home Monday, and Mrs.
Hammel returned home Sunday
Mrs. Earl Briggs left Monday
for Tort land where she will at
tend the BFW convention. She
plans to return home Friday.
Mrs. Guy Ferguson and Mrs.
Jwiih a very impressive ceremony
by State I'epuly ern Lantz of
Portland with the assistance of
Oscar Lundell, Willows grange,
Mrs. Margaret Thorpe and Mrs.
Forthman of Greenfield. Twelve
members of W illows grange were erSj
present, bringing their officers
for the installation. Those install
ed for Greenfield were, master,
O.E.S. CARD PARTY goods to Hermiston where he ex- ItO ALL OUR KIND FRIENDS
The ladies of Locust chapter Pec,s to reside most of ,he ,inie : For the beautiful floral trib-
No. 119, O. t S., announce a cuu in " ruture. He said the weath
party at the Masonic hall, lone, , had been quite severe at Bak
S p.m. Saturday. Fehruarv S. it. hut perhaps no. worse than
Bridge. Pinochle. Chinese check- 0,ller I"iK-(s " Ke fievation.
Refreshments. 4 1-iJ -il
Mr. and Mrs. Harloy Anderson
returned Friday from three weeks
spent In central California. Like
Fred Lent, who left Heppner
narH. in ll,vmhnr in mill: his
Clyde lannenni, overseer, uuane , ,)ome for awnlle with a son j otner California visitors at tills
Baker, was here Satunkty piv- .time of the year, they experlenc
paring to move his household ed some of the winter weauter
Brown: lecturer, Hossie Coats
steward. Lee Pearson; assistant I
steward, Cecil Hamilton; secre
tary, Jamie Stalcup; treasurer,
Maude Brown; chaplain. Florence
Knot; gate keeper, Guy Ferguson;
Pomona. Margaret Hamilton;
Flora, Leola Tannehill; lady as
sistant steward, Anna Skoubo;
executive committee, I. Skoubo.
Three for Willows were, chaplain,
Mrs. Crawford; steward, W'ate
Crawford, and executive commit
tee. Mrs. Echo Palmateer.
A fire of unknown origin de
stroyed the house on the John
Partlow property west of town
Wednesday afternoon of last
week. This place is known as the
Chas. Wicklander farm, and the
house had been used as a sheep
shed. Mr. Partlow had been thaw ing
frozen water pipes which
could have been the cause. The
loss was estimated at $1500.
Mrs. Ed Diekman of Los An
geles, Cal., airved Tuesday for a
stay at the home of her aunts,
Mrs. Eva Warner and Mrs. Ade
line Dart.
Grange Master Tannehll has
; appointed the following commit
I tees for the coming year: agri
culture, Ralph Skoubo, Eugene
utes, expressions of sympathy,
and other kindnesses during our
recent bereavement, our hearts
shall be forever grateful.1
Mrs. Cecelia Drscoll and
that has been prevalent in the
current cold snap and were glad
to get back Into the eastern Ore
gon sunshine.
Emma Delano spent Monday in stalcup and hoy Ball; legislative
I Pendleton. (Nathan Thorpe, Lee Pearson and
j Mr: and Mrs. Donald Downey j Elvin Ely; social, Russell Miller,
(arrived last week from Goble to Duane Brown, Buster Rands and
remain here for a time. Mr. Dow- 'Frank Marlow; welfare, Florence
j ney has been smployed at Long- ' Root, Myrtle Ely and Verona
jview, Wn for the past few Shattuck; publicity, Florence
: months. iRoot and Mabel Allen; reporter,
I Installation of the Greenfield ' Flossie Coats
jG:'!inge officers was held Sunday! o
i afternoon at the grange hall, Try a G T Want Ad for results.
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now exists
A critical povcr shoafjc now exisls every
where in f He Pacific Northwest
All During the Day and Night
(cs well Qzdur:v t he evening peak hours) .
Please Reduce Your
Use of Electricity
Only by such savings can electric service be
protected. Turn off every light and appli
ance you possibly can.
Your past cooperation, in saving power during the
evening pea!t periods, is appreciated. Please help
during this even mors serious 24 hour-a-day emer
gency. It will take many days ' warm weather to
start mountain srecms flcwir. normally again.
Protect your own electric service . . . keep
industries and jobs going . . . please save
Pacific Power & Light Co.
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2. Latexed curled hair padded
upholstery on one tide for
cool lummer sleeping. t
3. Fine 100 wool batt uphol
stery on the other side for
extra warmth in winter.
4. Pre-built borders heavily
5. Miracle Mesh insulation.
6. Extra-fine quality covers,
some used formerly on higher
priced mattresses.
7. Bench Tilled, using Pine quality
cotton felt.
8. Handles for easy turning.
9. Eight large ventilators.
10. Special sale price only $39.95.
11. Box spring in matching cover
at the same extraordinary
low price of $39.95.
What a buy! To celebrate its 68th anniversary, Sealy is giving you
tremendous value. During this event you can buy a fine Sealy
Anniversary mattress for only 839.95 far under what you'd
normally pay for such a top quality innerspring mattress.
Just right for winter and summer sleeping! One side is upholstered
with hair for cool summer sleeping. Turn it over and the other
side is upholstered in wool for cozy winter sleep.
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