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ALL SAINTS MEMORIAL 1
Holy communion H a. m.
i hurch school, 9.4 a. m.
Holy communion and sermon, 11
Work Day Services: Wednesday,
Holy communion 10 a. m. Friday,
Holv communion, 7:30 a. m.
Choir practice Thursday eve
ning at 8.
ST. PATRICK'S CHURCH
Rev. Francis McCormack, Pastor
Summer schedule (June 1-Octo-ber
Hcppner: Masses on first and
third Sundnvs at S a. m Masses
Heppner Gozette Times, Thursday, June 30, 1949
on second and fourth Sundays at
9.30 a. m. Mass on fifth Sunday
al 9 a. rn.
lone: Masses on first and third
Sundays at 9:30 a. m. Masses on
second and fourth Sundays at 8
Holydays of obligation: Mass
in Hcppner at 7:30 a. m. lone 9
First Fridays: Mass in Heppner
at 7:30 a. m.
J. Palmer Sorlien, Minister
Morning worship and sermon,
Sunday church school at 9:45 a.
m. with classes for all ages.
Woman's Society of Christian
(Service meets at 8 p. m. first
.Wednesday of each month. Circle
I No. 2 meets at 2:30 p. m. hird
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LEXINGTON . . .
By Delpha Jones
Mr. and Mrs. William Van
Winkle Jr. are the parents of a
baby son born Sunday, June 26.
at the Corda Saling home in
A family reunion was held
Sunday at the Ed Livingston
home in Spray, with several from
Lexington attending, including
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Davies and
enn rtl f a Pranda' XT i ,1 ( r
Ivan Donivan and son. Rhea bf'"? lo M?.r-
Creek; Mr. and Mrs. Burl
County Agent News . .
All inspected seed was approv
ed Friday by Harold Sather and
Elmer Johnson, seed certification
specialists from Oregon State col
lege, after they had inspected the
fields of seven Morrow county
Orfed wheat and creeping al
falfa belonging to Lloyd Howton,
Heppner, nd creeping alfalfa be
longing to Harold Wright, Hepp
ner, was approved. Potato fields
nard, Cle Elum, Wash.; Mr. and
Mrs. Bill Mathews and son of
Pendleton; Mr. and Mrs. Lewis
Livingston and daughter, Spray;
Mr. and Mrs. George Irvin, Mr.
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Breeding, Mr.
and Mrs. O. G. Breeding and sons,
and Mrs. Bert Breeding and fam
ily, all of Lexington, and Mr. and
Mrs. Ewing Colvin of Mt. Vernon,
Betty Lou Messenger, Beverley
Nolan and Shirlee Hunt were the
three Rainbow girls from Lexing
ton who attended the banquet in
La Grande Monday evening.
The Amicitia club met at the
home of Mrs. C. C. Carmichael
June 22. After an enjoyable eve
ning spent playing pinochle, de
licious refreshments of angel food
cake, ice cream and coffee were
Janitor Joe Thornburg of the
local school returned home last
week from attending janitor
school at La Grande. This was a
two-day meeting, with janitors
from all over the state attending.
Miss Ramona McDaniel of Wal
la Walla, bride elect of Bud Mar
shall, visited at the K. K. Mar
shall home Sunday.
Miss Dona Barnett and
ert Miller and Charles Dillon, all
of Boardman, were approved. Rex
wheat belonging to Kenneth
Smouse and Denward Bergevin
Peach varieties that do not
turn brown, and that are other
wise suitable for freezing, arc
listed in Bulletin No. 532, "Peach
Varieties for Oregon," that can
be obtained from the county ex
tension agent's office or from
Oregon State college.
The circular gives the ripening
characteristics, fleshing color,
and stone adherence of more than
100 peach varieties.
CARD OF THANKS
We take this means to sincere
ly thank the people of Lexington
for their courteous and prompt
assistance in putting out the
grass fire at the airport Monday
noon, saving thousands of dollars
Jack and Erma Forsythe
CARD OF THANKS
We take this means of thank
ing our many friends for their
Mrs. Ithoughtfulness in our recent be
rarner moiorea to camp reavement. we appreciate your
Sherman last Wednesday where
they will spend the summer at
their cottage on the Metolius.
Billy Griffin, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Jack Griffin, who has been
stationed in Germany, is home
with his parents for a short fur
lough after which he will be sta
tioned in the States.
Mrs. Laura Scott is spending
some time with her daughter,
Mrs. Ralph Jackson, in The
Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Hayes
recently sold their home to Mr.
and Mrs. Roger Campbell who
will take possession soon. The
July 10, special service at 11 a.
m., with potluck dinner at noon.
Honoring L. W. Briggs on his 90th
expressions of sympathy and are
The Keithley family.
Hayes family has not selected a
home site, but plan to do so soon.
Jack O'Harra of Klamath Falls
is visiting his parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Newt O'Harra
There will be a meeting in the
I. O. O. F. hall Friday night for
the purpose of reviving the pio
neer reunion in Lexington and
all interested are urged to attend
There will be a school election
in Lexington Friday to elect a
new school director replacing
Millard Nolan, who was elected
last election and felt he could
not accept the position. This
meeting will be in the afternoon.
News About Town . . .
were guests oi the La oranue
Croup Monday evening as part of
their hospitality week festivities.
Twenty-four girls made the trip.
Mr. and Mrs. William f. Barratt
returned the last of the week from
a fortnight's motor trip east. In
Detroit they purchased a new
car. In Chicago they visited with
Mr. and Mrs. Francis Nickerson
and family. Mrs. Cyrene Barratt
of Corvallis looked after the chil
dren during their absence.
Mr. and Mrs. Bob Runnion
made a business trip to Pendleton
Mrs. Lee Pettyjohn and daugh
ter, Nancy Lee, of lone were bus
iness visitors in Heppner Tues
The Hynd residence on Gale
street is undergoing considerable
improvement this week. A new
sun deck and railing have been
erected atop the front porch and
new steps leading to the front
door have been added. The house
is being painted white, adding
much to the appearance of the
Mrs. Clara B. Gertson was guest
speaker at the meeting of the De
gree of Honor Tuesday evening.
Mrs. Gertson, who has just re
cently returned from St Paul,
Minn., where she was guest of
honor at the national convention
of the order, gave a resume of
her trip, recounting many inter
esting and worthwhile ideas
gleaned from her contact with
other delegates from all over the
nation. Mrs. Wilbur Steagall of
Lexington and Mrs. J. I. Farra
deceived prizes for their ability
in the old fashioned "spelling
,bee." Hostesses for the evening
were Mesdames Paul McCoy, Ted
Pierson and Jesse C. Payne.
Stanley Minor returned Sunday
from The Dalles and Portland
where he visited relatives the
past two weeks. He returned
home with Mrs. Mary Stevens
who motored to The Dalles Sat
urday to visit friends.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Pierson of
Hermiston were overnight guests
Tuesday of his brother, Ted Pier
son and family.
Mr. and Mrs. Glen McLachlan
motored to Pendleton Wednesday.
F. W. Turner returned Tuesday
evening from a business trip to
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Estberg and
family are vacationing in Rich
mond and other California points.
Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Carlson
of Gooseberry were business vis
itors in Heppner Tuesday.
DR. J. D. PALMER Dentist
Rms. 11-12 1st Nat Bank Bldg.
Ph.: Office 783, Home 932
Heppner: Monday, Tuesday.
Arlington: Wed. and Thurs.
Ralph Crum, lone, Oregon, of
fes the sum of $100.00 reward for
information leading to the arrest
and conviction of the person or
persons responsible for the theft
destruction of real and personal
property on his property, the for
mer Fred Mankln place, north of
lone, Oregon. 1516c
By Day or Contract
MADE A SOLEMN AGREEMENT
With Your Merchant, Doctor, Hospital
ASKED FOR CREDIT
This is the same as asking for a personal loan.
You also asked for his Confidence and Trust in You.
When you received that courtesy wasn't it a
grand and glorious feeling?
Have you betrayed that confidence, by not either paying or part paying or satis
factorily arranging to take care of that courtesy when it became due?
Have you betrayed that confidence and trust you so solemnly asked for? If you
have been careless why not at once answer ycur PIONEER SERVICE COUNTY
CREDIT BOARD letter that you have received. Co in and Pay, Part Pay or Satis,
factorily Arrange to Pay and keep that promise good I
Remember the man who Pays is welcome everywhere and holds that confidence
he asked for and received But the man who doesn't pay soon becomes a social
outcast loses his character rating. '
NO COMMISSIONS CHARGED ON COLLECTIONS
ALL MONIES PAID DIRECT TO YOUR CREDITOR
NO DOCKET FEES. NO FILING FEES
t) NO CONTRACTS TO SIGN AND REGRET
YOUR ACCOUNTS REMAIN IN YOUR HANDS AT ALL TIMES
Pioneer Service County Credit Board
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Starting th. fliit Saturday In May and continuing through th. aununor months, th. Saturday oronlng
ahowa will start at 7 p. m. Sunday afternoon shows will oontlnuo to start at 1 p. m. and other avonlng
shows, besides Saturday, at T:30 p. m.
Sunday shows oontlnnous starting at 1 p.m. Ail other
shows starat at 7)30 p-m. Boxoiflce open evenings
The 1949 Opportunity Drive is on. Buy
United States Savings Bonds for your
Thurs.-Fri.-Sat, June 30-JuIy 1-2
Sixteen Fathoms Deep
Lon Chaney, Arthur Lake, Lloyd Bridges
An outdoor special In color . .filmed entirely at
Tarpon Springs, Florida, the underwater photo
rraphy Is magnificent.
Jimmy Wakely and Cannonball Taylor give a
bad time to the bed men!
Sunday-Monday, July 3-4
Barkleys of Broadway
Ginger Rogers and Fred Astaire joyously
reunited in a new Technicolor musical,
with Oscar Levant, Billie Burke, Gale
Sunday show starts at 1 p. m.
Tuesday-Wednesday, July 5-6
Barbara Del Geddes, Robert Ryan, James
Mason. Something unique In story
handling wilh sincere performances
by a topline cast.
Thursday-Friday-Saturday, July 7-8-9
Ann Blyth, Howard Duff, George Brent,
Edgar Buchanan, Jane Darwell, Chill
Wills and John Mclntire in an action
packed screenplay designed not only for
western fans but also those who demand
good screen entertainment! Based on
ZANE GREY'S famous novel "Wildfire"
and further enhanced by Technicolor pho
tography which has captured the rugged
beauty of the impressive OREGON coun
The Decision of
Ted Donaldson, Alexis Smith, Robert Dou
glas, Cecil Kellaway.
Moss Hart's fine play about a hoy of 12
and his reactions to adult problems
Saturday show starts at 7 p. m.
Thursday and Friday at 7:30.
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