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Heppner Gazette Times, Heppner, Oregon, Feb. 17, 1949
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Kurrcrs Win .-tUrniS. 'I the John
Dcfrp D.y i.ii;.m t Hew"
on Tu(.sl;.y of tl:is v.vk had the
(,.,iiriur.:lv ot wing a film 01
ihHt sh'.wfd miW 'ry good
f.itin itju-I i i -
X!ic film on imro ed pastures
v r.-iM't :.: . .M-'iy of our
Morrow cunty larmers could
t;iK- a tip fi'im tins film in ren
ovate old piiMurcs and seeding
In the new improved mixtures of
legumes ar,.i presses. We have
mi-mioiied in this eolunin from
time to time local experiences of
farmers who have benefited
greatly by Hie newer pasture
Theie aie several grasses that
n ,i;e exeeilent pasture mixtures
undir irrigation or high rainfall.
Among them is alia fescue, Man
char smooth hrome and orchard
grass. Meadow foxtail is very
good for wet or alkali land.
Crested wheat, bulbous blue
and big blueprass are the grasses
recommended for seeding under
dryer condition. Ladino or white
dutch clover is used in these mix
tures under irrigation where the
water is plentiful. Ladak alfalfa
will substitute as the legume
where the irrigation water is
limited or under 15 or more in
ches of rainfall.
SO ATTEND EOARDMAN MEET
Fifty homemakers attended
the county - wide preliminary
meeting for the cotton dress
workshop held at Boardman Mon
day. Women from Lexington,
Heppner, lone, Irngon and Board -man
attended this all-day meet
Miss Mabel Wilson conducted
the meeting in the absence of
Lucy Lane. Oregon State college
clothing specialist. A snow storm
kept Miss Lane from getting to
Boardman. Miss Wilson discussed
dates for each community work
shop, duties of the leaders, day
bv dav procedures, pattern se
lection and materials available.
Enrollees were allowed to se
lect patterns and materials for
their dresses to be made in this
16 SEW IN ZIPPERS
Sixteen different women set in
concealed zippers last Wednes
day at the home of Mrs. Ruth
I'miker at Irrigon. With Miss Ma
bel Wilson conducting the meet
ing. 13 women made samples of
a collarless neckline with a slash.
31 ATTEND MEET ON LOCKERS
Myron Cropsey. Oregon State
college agricultural engineer,
spoke to 31 Morrow county per- farmers asked specific questions
sons last Thursday evening at i concerning freezers.
Irrigon boys and girls are
again offered the advantages of
4 H club work. Four clubs nave
been organized there this month
bv the two county agents.
"Mrs. Ida Slaughter is the leader
for 16 girls enrolled in the cook
ing project breakfast clubs. Tu
esday these girls chose as their
officers the following:
Janet Stephens, president; Dix
ie Cosner, vice president, and
Ruth Shade, secretary. The girls
in this club are from 9-11 years
of age and will meet this Satur
day for their first lesson.
Mrs. Earl Isom leads a group
of 12-14 year old girls in a cook
ing I project. These six girls will
meet Monday to elect their officers.
the Lexington grange hall. He il
lustrated his talk with slides.
Mr. Cropsey stressed advantag
es and disadvantages of each
type of freezer locker. He showed
details of constructing satisfac
tory home built lockers. Many
The Morrow County Court
earnestly requests the cooperation of the public
IN NOT USING THE COUNTY ROADS any
more than necessary while roads are in a thawing,
LOADED VEHICLES OF OVER 3 TONS GROSS
WEIGHT WILL BE PROHIBITED, unless under
emergency circumstances. . . Certain roads will
be posted and patroled during this emergency.
Your cooperation will be appreciated.
By Order of MORROW COUNTY COURT.
(Authority Vehicle code No. 11 5-394)
Week oi March 1st
CASE FURNITURE GO.
STAR ES REPORTER
AdnluloB pr'.cei lu'U.-ncxjn and nisif, unless sps
eiftc&Ujr ftUvertiied to b. otherwise i Children : Ert.
Pries .17, F4. Tu .03, Total 20c; Orada and High
School Btndenti U years and oreri Ert. Prloa AO,
rd. Ti .10, Total 60c; Adnltit Eit. Prels .50, Fad.
Do you know the right answer? Every
week we call 10 resident of the commun
ity and cuk WHAT IS PLAYING AT THE
THEATER TODAY? If you can answer
correctly in 20 seconds you receive a
KKEE TICKET to the show. Read our
newspajwr ad and bang this program
near the phone so you'll have the right
Thursday Friday Saturday. Feb. 17-18-19
CARSON CITY RAIDERS
ock IiMit, Eidy Waller, Beverly John.
;u.ii fistl-uff. hard r.dnij? and skul
'u lMJftJ ut in ijfti"ru quantities.
John Bromfield, A lye Louis, JimM Cardwsll,
Artu.-uly filiutMl in the An lie Wilds, this iH the
ttir-lliwg nt.u-j ui u. iiir-ii who n;til the northern
Sunday-Monday, Feo. 20-21
, Brunt. Luttrlti Jarlcholr, Jan Fowell,
Franrai (ill lord. Xaviwr Unfit and his Orchaa
Iia. Marina Iiahiti, Thomas Braan, Th. Plad
Tax .10, Total 60c Evary child occupying a saat
mnat hart a ticket.
Sunday snows eontlnnons tartlnf ftt 1 P-m. All othar
howi itarat at 7:30 p-m. Bozoiflca open svsnlngs
until 9 .m.
For romance and laughter there's nothing finer
than thia merry-making, sea-going musical.
Tuesday-Wednesday, Feb. 22-23
Brian Aharne, Conitance Bennett, Barry Sulli
van, Michael O'Shea, Jamea Oleason, Otto Krn
ger. A richly turned-out story of the official conni
vance on which metropolitan crime might thrive;
It's a imooth Job with surprise twists.
Thursday-Fridcry Scrturday, Feb. 24-25-28
Adventure In Silverado
Edgar Buchanan, William Bishop, Florla Henry,
Spectacular action on the old frontier ... the
Old Wild Went as suKKsted hy Bobert Louis
Stevenson's "Silverado Squatters."
Daredevils of The Clouds
Bobert Livingstone, Mae Clark, James CardweU,
Lots of actl'in and chases up In the wild blue
yonder In tins yarn of adventurous pilots in the
ruKKd Alaskan terrain.
Mrs. Lloyd Borger Is leading 9
girls in a sewing project this
year. These girls have had one
Their officers are Kathleen Um
iker. president; Barbara Tester,
vice president, and Helen Stea
gall, secretary. This club meets
Friday after school.
An agricultural club was or
ganized with seven members car
rying mixed livestock projects.
This club is being led by Loyd
Borger with Don Kenney and
Lloyd Cooley as assistants. Offi
cers are Irvin Polly, president;
Jim Kenney, vice president, and
Gail Polly, secretary.
Now that club work is active
again at Irrigon, surely parents
and friends will not let it die
this time. The boys and girls have
the ability and interest to com
plete a successful year of 4-H
work. Let's not dampen that en
thusiasm in any 4-H club.
Mike Stalcup, Boardman, has
just weaned a spotted Poland
China pig and is now fattening
it for the Oregon Wheat Growers
League Fat Show and Sale to be
held at The Dalles. This show,
to be held on June 6, 7 and 8, will
attract many exhibitors of sheep,
pigs and beef from Morrow coun
ty 4-H members. Animals must
be fattened on a ration which
consists of at least 50 percent
The Heppner-Lexington Live
stock club met at Tom Wilson's
on Sunday, February 13.
The president, Skip Ruhl, call
ed the meeting to order. The min
utes of the last meetings were
read by the secretary, Johanna
Wilson. We learned more about
our record books. The following
boys and girls have calves and
Neil Beamer, beef calf and two
breeding heifers; Jimmy Green,
two beef calves; George Her
mann, beef calf; Marilyn Mun-
i kers, two ewes; Roger Palmer,
two heifers and one beef calf;
Sally Palmer, two ewes; Skip
Ruhl, beef calf; Jimmy Wight
man, two beef calves; Marvin
Wightman, beef calf; Peggy
Wightman, four ewes and buck;
and Johanne Wilson, 1 ewe. Re
porter, Jean Marie Graham.
News About Town . . .
According to word received the
first of the week, Henry Slender,
93, pioneer resident of Morrow
county, passed away at his home
in Salem Monday. Funeral ser
vices were held in that city on
Wednesday. Mr. Stender farmed
for many years in the section
north of lone, retiring to Heppner
in the early 1920's. Some fifteen
vears ago the family moved to
ters. Anne Stender and Mrs. Max
Muller (Flossie) and four grand
children, all of. Salem.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Wright are
the parents of a son, born Febru
ary 14 at the Riverside hospital
in Pendleton. This is the Wright's
Mrs. Robert Thompson enter
tained the missionary society of
the First Church of Christ at her
home on Church street Wednes-
Saiem where tney nave resided day anernoon. Mrs. t. live Husion
since. He is survived by two sons, I was discussion leader and Mrs.
Rov and Warren, and two daugh- I Ben Anderson was in charge of
the devotionals. Refreshments
were served following the meet
ing. Lt. and Mrs. Jack Everett visit
ed briefly in Heppner Monday
evening with Mrs. Fay Bucknum.
Lt. Everett has been transferred
from Spokane, Wash., to Merceil,
Cal and he and Mrs. Everett
were enroute to their new loca
tion. Lt. Everett is the brother oi
Mrs. C. W. Bucknum.
ASSEMBLY OF GDO
Pastor, Shelby E. Graves.
Sunday, 9:45 a.m., Sunday
school, Mrs. Ora Wyland. A class
for every age.
11 a.m., worship hour.
7 p.m., Christ's Ambassadors'
7:45 p.m., evangelistic service.
Wednesday, 7:30 p.m., Cottage
prayer meeting in lone.
Thursday, 7:30, Bible study and
prayer meeting. "Where will you
spend eternity? I pray you may
receive the salvation of your soul,
through accepting Christ as your
Savior and Lord. If God is un
known to you ask Him to make
His presence known. If you are
not sure you are ready for eter
nity, tell God a,bout it. He waits
to save. Read your Bible. There
you will learn the way of Truth
and Blessing." '
J. Palmer Sorlien, Minister.
Morning worship and sermon
at 11 a.m. with special music by
I the choir, Mr. Paul McCoy, direc
Church school at 9:45 a.m., Mr.
Thos. W. Allen, superintendent.
Adult Bible class for every age,
also Youth Fellowship class; Mr.
Vernon Bohles, counsellor.
Junior Youth Fellowship at
7:30 p.m., Sunday, which is a
special service. Everyone invited
to this service. A movie will be
shown entitled, "The Declaration
Thursday choir practice at 7:30
p.m. at the church.
The Womans Society of Chris
tian Service meets the First Wed
nesday of each month.
The Church Board of Education
meets the first Thursday of each
ST. PATRICK '3 CATHOUC
Schedule of services:
Mass In Heppner on the Is
and 3rd Sundays at 9 a.m.; 10:30
Mass in lone on the 1st and
3rd Sundays at 10:30 a.m.; 2nd
and 4th at 9 a.m.
Mass on the fifth Sunday one
mass only in Heppner at 9 a.m
on the 2nd and 4th.
Holy days of obligation: Mass
in Heppner at 7:30 a.m.; mass
First Fridays of the month:
In lone at 9 a.m.
Mass in Heppner at 7:30.
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Hit long In the Paromeunt Picture
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Imagine! The new triple-action Norge at this amazingly
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L. E. DICK, Dealer
Hudson House Corn, No. 2
tin, 2 for 39c
Gold Medal Flour, 50-lb.
S & W Coffee, drip or reg.-2-lb. tin 1.13
All Sweet, Nucoa, Parkay, Durkee
Regular package, lb, 33c
Sunshine Krispie Crockers-2-lb. pkg 52c
Swift's Prem 1 2 oz. tin 39c
Milk, all brands 2 tall tins 29c
Red Mex Beans 2-lb. pkg 32c
Snowdrift, Spry, Crisco 1.09
Garden Peaches, 2Vi tins 2 for 49c
Smoked Jowl Bacon Pound. 29c
Sliced Bacon Pound 57c
Cellophane Wrapped Picnics lb 49c
Home Cured Pork Shoulders lb 55c
Swift's Jewel Shortening 3 lbs 83c
Select Steer Beef Pot Roasts lb 45c
Select Steer Short Ribs lb 39c
All Pork Link Sausage lb 59c
Campbell's Tomato Juice 46-oz. tin .. 27c Try Our Home Cured Corned Beef
5 Pounds Juice Oranges 59c
Celery, Fancy California Pound 22c
Carrots, California Large 2 bunches 23c
Potatoes 10-pound bag... 59c
Turnips 2 pounds 17c
Londonderry Ice Cream 3 quarts 1 .00
Cut Green Beans Package 29c
Peas Package ... 23c
Peas and Carrots Package 25c
Sliced Peaches Package 33c
Calavos Buenos Green 19c Brussels Sprouts Package 37c
Court Street Market