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Heppner Gazette Times, Heppner, Oregon, Jan. 20, 1949
LARGE CROWD TURNS OUT
munlty arid Instoarl if pulling
Klnt path other thry wont to
J"il!inp tnccihcr and within a
few years their town Ixrame one
ff the most prcprcssivo places in
Ti)f njx-nka usnd numrrnus
KlNZUA NEWS . . . . air b;,sp' E1 Con,ro- Cal" tor jTuesday morning when she acci
fliatfl, from rirM f" definite Piod-He is study- dontally backed into the stove
ling mechanical engineering
She was rushed to the first aid
standing programs are prouioa joint installation ol the Ma- station and then taken to the
by the small son. Tommy, of Mr. i sons and Eastern Star was held doctor, at Fossil. Little Sandra
and Mrs. Samples, third grade, jat Fossil Saturday night. A very was also injured during the
who plays guitar and sings re- large number attended from here. Christmas vacation when she was
quest numnors. A dinner was served alter the
business. Joanne Adams, high
1 he Kmjii.i liis iin the 1- OSSll ; rhi-nil cirt from h.rp viae unn V,..,. I. .....4 .... i ... j ,
other Illustrations to bring out hipn s,. ball team mo- jwho served. ' iches to close
.... ..... ... y ... ,oroa to .Maupin and .Moro wnere, ,Vord ...as r-,viv(,ri here Satnr.
rr.HhX0,f ,Tw'?M riJl: T by relatives and
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htrown from the family car en
route to Portland. The wound on
In world circles. He urged
various communities to avail
themselves of the services of the
chamber of commerce in work
ing out theii problems. He also
urged that the people be alert
to ihe threat of communism and
other ideologies opposed to the
democratic principles of govern
ment and living. He said the
that Mr. and Mrs. Walter
Eubanks were in a car accident
on the John Day highway. Mrs.
Eubanks was more seriously in
jured, having a fractured leg and
suffering from shock. She was
given first aid at Fossil, and
It starts within
ine wmu minmuiiu ouu sjuraus Sunday. The Fossil Falcons wore
to the Male, the nation, and ev- ujOU(i , r0ium and be able to
rntuaPy makes its influence hjlt ' the , 4 tii;tirmerof both
in tiarmc Th,.v hH nlnvpd ("oniion
on Tuesday of this week, win
ning by a score of 27-33. They
urn go to neppner to pia r n- j rusned t0 The Dalles hospital,
day the 21st. mid on to John Day iMr and Mrs Eubanks live at
wnere tney-win piay orant l n- Ariinrton. The other car was op
ion on the 22nd. To date in the.erated by Theodore Murdock of
league games the Falcons are!Sprav ,, was not leamed if ne
undefeated. , was injured,
Orvsron Slate Unemployment
communists would rather destroy repreSeWau;ve ..pounck came L. -fri toieman m. came up the
our way of Hie lhan to destroy ;tol KiWfMnaftv afternoon ! flf ',h1 wef tr0m Sa" DM?
us and likened public lethargy rom The Dallos t0 make adjust. j whore he has been spending the
towards their insidious methods n-,.nts for thc porsons unemplov- 'ln,er .Colema" ha.s- befn
in the example riven him nn .j .u . , ,t i rw there with their son, Carl Jr., who
, r r. - .y UUlillt; lilt t.lV-Lli. Ill
by a scientist friend, who s.nd hor and January.
that a trog can be boilea to death Koitn Osbom. who enlisted in
j is in high school. Mrs. Lillian
1 Searcy is staying at the Cole-
simply by placing it in a basin )he r. s. navy in September,
man home until they return in
of cool water and slowly heating honed home ,ilis weok that heJhe spring. Both Mr. and Mrs.
the water to the boiling point. Jvas being shipped out to Guam. Solem,an left for San Dleg0 on
The trog becomes inert and will Hp didnl know how long he Saturday.
not Jump out of the basin when ,VPUid j,e based there. H. Norvin George "Perk" Jelliek motored
the water gets hot. He believes H-m olH.t son nf Mr and' to The Dalles Monday to fetch
the same principle is being used rs Harlan Adams, also enlisted . n's brother Mark from the hos-
on democratic principles and that jn jne' navv' in September, and pital. He has been there the past
the democracies should get out wa, placed" on board the U.S.S. (10 days suffering from a badly
of the water before it becomes j,, Bole.' the same ship his 'sPramed ankle and fractured
too late. hrother Perry is on. The destroy-! bone h's leg. He is able to be
n er is docked at present at Mont-
Mr. and Mrs. E. G. Harlan erey. Owen H. Leathers Jr., also
w-ere guests at Hotel Heppner an enlistee in September, was
Wednesday evening on the oeca- transferred to the Seabees upon
sion of their visit here for Mr. his return to San Diego the fore
Harlan to speak at the chamber part of January. He was in-line-of
commerce banquet. j -.'jdrtelL.'land basafat the U. S,
about the house with crutches,
Mark is a substitute on the un
defeated basketball A team from
Sandra, the 4-year-old daugh
ter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Otto,
was painfully burned on her hip
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Mrs. Browning and Mrs. Art
Watson were hostesses for a bri
dal shower given Saturday eve
ning at Mrs. Browning's home in
honor of Mrs. Kate Collins (nee
Charlene Rood). Many of Mrs.
Collins' school girl friends and
other ladies were present. She
received many beautiful and use
ful gifts. Refreshments were
Mrs. Leo Anderson and Dave
Phillips were in Condon Satur
day for dental attention.
Clay Phillips' have been absent
from the meat market counter at
the mercantile store the last sev.
eral days due to sickness. Harlan
Schroeder took him to Fossil on
Thursday to a doctor.
Dick Graham spent several
days here visiting his parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Forest Graham and
family from The Dalles. He had
finished his semester exams ear
ly, which enabled him to spend
a few days at home. He returneu
to school Sunday evening.
Roger Holloman, who works Of
the carpenter crew, has been ill
at his home for several days.
Mr. and Mrs. Claud England
were dinner guests at the ranch
ftome of Mr. and Mrs. Morris Wil
son of Mayville, Tuesday evening.
Word was received here late
Sunday night that Edward Edge
passed away suddenly at Cas
cade, Ore., Saturday evening Mr.
Edge had been in failing health
ever since he fell off the cabins
he was building here and frac
tured his hip. He, with his fam
ily had moved from here only a
short time ago. Mr. Edge was the
contractor who built the cabins
that are at the "French Pass"
near the French ranch.
Mr. and Mrs. Stan Hadley came
down from Camp 5 Friday eve
ning. They spent the week end at
The Dalles. They also took their
County Agent News . .
Mrs. Evans to Demonstrate
Mrs. Emma Evans o Heppner
will demonstrate two garment
finishes to the Lexington Home
Extension unit Friday, January
28. Mrs. Edna Munkers will be
the hostess for the day beginning
at 10:30 a.m. and closing by 3:30
p.m. Any homemaker who wants
to learn how to put in a conceal
ed zipper and curved neckline
with a slash is reminded to bring
sewing supplies so that she may
work as she learns. A potluck
dinner will be held at noon.
Those who can not make it in
the morning are encouraged to
come for the afternoon session.
This meeting will prove an aid to
those enrolling in community
cotton dress workshops in March.
Cropsey to Talk on Freezer
Myron G. Cropsey, agricultural
engineer, Oregon State college,
will give an illustrated talk on
"Building and Buying Home
Freezer Lockers" at the Lexington
Grange hall Thursday, Feb. 10.
Many Morrow county families
are planning home freezers and
shall be interested to talk with
Mr. Cropsey. The home extension
committee will serve refresh
ments after the talk.
father and other relatives, attend-
ng the family reunion. Mr. Perry
says they are having some very
bad weather in that state also.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Jones were
isiting in Kinzua Sunday after
noon with Mr. Jones' sister, Mrs.
Claud England, and Mrs. Eng
land, at the pastime before re
turning to Camp 5.
Mr. and Mrs. Delbert FoUom
and daughter of Fossil were vis
iting Mrs. Folsom's mother, Mrs.
Betty Shell. The Folsoms man
age and operate the Coffee Cup
cafe at Fossil.
Heppner Ph. 112
The Dalles Phone 263S
114 E. 2nd St
"We Go Anywhere.Anytime"
with Mrs. Hadley's sister, Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. Oval Stoner and
Mrs. La Verne Skinner and daught
er went to The Dalles Saturday
where Mrs. Skinner took her
small daughter to a doctor for an
Bill Preston went to The Dalles
Wednesday evening where his
wife has been ill in a hospital
since last week, to be present
when she underwent a major op
eration Thursday. She is reported
on Monday to be "doing nicely.';
Mrs. Matt Jelliek returned to
Kinzua from The Dalles Tuesday
afternoon, where she had spent
several days with her son Mark
who was injured in the basket
ball game with Arlington.
Vernon Perry returned home
from St. Paul, Minn., Saturday
HOW YOU CAN
evening after spending the oast '
small son, who had been staying two weeks there-visiting his aged
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A skirt whose-herrfha's Wen .
pulled out of shape, a button
that is missing - these are
things that can mar your appearance. Our operators care
fully guard against damaging your garments in the
One of our many
Court St. Market j
Friday Saturday Specials
i Snowdrift Shortening 3 lbs. 1.19
Steinfeld's KrautNo 2 Tin 2 for 27c
1 La Vora'PeasTNo'. 2 Tin 6 for 50c 1
Zenith Long Grain Rice, 2 lb. pkg 35c
Whitney Creamed Honey, 14 oz 25c I
Canned Milkany brand, 2 Tall Tins 29c
I Nucoa, All Sweet, Oleo 35c lb. I
Hunt Chili Beans, 2i2 Tin... 22c
I Del Monte Cream Style Corn, 300 Tin 2-35c 1
1 Meat Department
I Swift's Boneless Picnics. .... .59c lb. I
I Oriole Sliced Bacon 63c lb. I
1 Steer Beef Pot Roast 49c lb. 1
1 Steer Beef Rib Boil 40c lb. I
1 Pure Lard, 4 Ibpkcj.. .1.05
I Mutton Shoulder Roast 35c lb.
I Mutton Stew ( Breast, Shank, Neck) I
1 10c lb. I
Texas Pink Grapefruit, 80's 3 for 23c
10 lb. Bag Boiler Onion ... ; 49c Bag
10 lb. Bag U.S. No. 1 Potatoes 59c Bag
Imperial Valley Lettuce 20c lb.
Cutler Parsnip 2 lbs. 25c
California Carrots, 2 Bunches 23c
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W-L-L Our Advertising for the BIG DAY of
dtCn Entertainment on FEBRUARY 16
FREE PICTURE SHOW - FREE LUNCH
Braden Tractor & Equipment Company
lone Legion Hall
Music by Scatternotes
$1.00 per Person -Tax Included
Admlnion prlo afternoon and tornlng, nnleM .p
clflo&Uy advertliod to b. otherwise! Children i Bet.
Price .17, Fed. Tax .03, Total 20a; Grade and High
School Stndents 12 yean and over! Eat. Price AO.
Fed. Tax .10, Total 60o( Adult! Eit. Prcie .60, Fed.
Tax .10, Total 60c Every chld oocnpytaf a leaf
mait have a ticket.
Sunday ehowe cortinnona itartinfr at 1 p.m. AU other
howi etarat at 7:30 p.m. Boxofllce open evening
antU 9 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-Friday-Saturday, Jan. 20-21-22
Last of the Wild Horses
A bit? action outdoor spectacle filmed ajfalnnt the
breath-taking beauty of Oregon'! Rogue River
Valley! Jn glowing St-platone. with a thrilling
cast' including Jamei Billion, Mary Bth Haghn,
Jane Frue, Doaglu Dnmbr.ll.
0orge Raft, Willi a,m Bendix, Marilyn Maxwell,
Frank Faylen, Henry Morgan.
An excellent cant portray an underworld iitory
of the toutfh guy with the heart of gold.
Sunday-Monday, January 23-24
Howard Rawka' great production starring John
Wayna with Walter Brennan, Montgomery CUft,
Joann Dm, Noah Beery Jr., Harry Carey,
Harry Carey Jrt John Ireland.
Blazing in It action . . .thundering In tU drama.
Tuesday -Wednesday, January 25-26
Bny Milland, Florence Marly, Broderlok Craw
ford, John Hiyt, John Bldgely.
Topical and provocative in nature, this story
baaed on war criminal trluls has a splendid cant.
Also, Technicolor featurette TROPICAL MAS
QUERADE with Tito Ontcar; and NEIGHBOR
TO THE NOBS'H, a travel-tour of Canada with
Walter Abel and Ralph Forbes.
Thursday-Friday-Saturday, Jan. 27-28-29
BILL AND COO
A delightful novelty with some rare comedy In
Ken Murray'! narration. The picture is performed
by some wonderfully trained birds following a
quaHl-dramatlc story. The cast Is made up of
George Burton's Love Birds and Cnrly Twlford's
Kimray the Crow.
Jimmy Wakely musical wentern, with hard fight
in' and harmony,
Most Beautiful Buy
8A. M.to9P. M.
Main at May Heppner