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Heppner Gazette Times, Thursday, December 1, 1949
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Of Monument Folk
Reported by Scribe
By MILLIE WILSON
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Johns and
their Daughters, Kay and Dee
Ann and Laura Lee Shank drove
to Prairie. City Thursday to eat
Thanksgiving dinner with Mr.
Johns' parents. They returned to
Monument to attend the dance in
Charles Roach drove to Long
Creek to the John Carter ranch
Wednesday to get a registered
Herelord heifer for Bucky Flower.
The heifer was one of a shipment
that Bill Farrell had sent in.
Bucky bought this heifer with
the money he has received from
his various 4-H projects. He is a
lucky boy to be able to secure
such an animal and should cap
ture more prize money next year.
Marion Cork of Hardman is
spending a few days visiting at
the home of Mr. and Mrs. Leo
Flower. He has been cooking at
the Leslev boys hunting lodge
on Sunflower flat during the
Dick Williams is widening the
road to the L. S. ranch this week.
Mr. and Mrs. Bud Engle of Cot
tonwood were in town Saturday
afternoon. They brought a cow
down to ship to Portland.
Mr. and Mrs. Mead Gilman Jr.
and daughter are here visiting
their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Mead
GUman Sr. and Mr. and Mrs. Kod
Earl Johns is helping George
Stirritt build a new garage this
Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Griggs
and family drove to Walla Wal
la Tuesday to spend the Thanks
giving holidays with Mrs. Griggs1
mother and sister.
Clarence Holmes, Rho Bleak
man, Henry Cupper, Lyle Van Du.
sen and Millie Wilson represent
ed the Monument school districts
at the county-wide meeting held
at the court house in Canyon City
last Tuesday. Mr. Wilcox from
the state department of education
was there to help the rural school
board answer the questions of the
various school boards.
Mrs. Clyde Johns and her mo
ther. Mrs. Jack Vaughn of Fox
Valley were calling on Mrs.
George Stirrit and Mrs. Fred
Shank last Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Leathers
and daughter Deanne. and son
Buzzie left Saturday for California
to visit their daughter and son-in-law,
Mr. and Mrs. Ab Gates.
Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Musgrave
took their son Johnnie to Pendle
ton Monday for a medical check
up. From there they drove to The
Dalles where Mr. Musgrave con
sulted his doctor.
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The Thanksgiving dance spon
sored by the MMM club was well
attended and every one reports a
very enjoyable evening.
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas McLaugh
lin had Mr. and Mrs. Chance Wil.
son as their dinner guests on
Mr. and Mrs. Victor Weise of
Freewater spent Thanksgiving at
the home of Mrs. Weise's parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Lee Fleming.
Mr. and Mrs. Rho Bleakman
and family and Mrs. Ida Bleak
man drove to Cecil Wednesday to
spend the Thanksgiving holidays
with Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Hynd.
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Sweek and
daughter Carol were dinner guests
of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Bowman for
Mr. and Mrs. Otis Allstott of
Hermiston spent the holidays
with Mrs. Allstott's mother, Mrs.
Mrs. Delsie Sweek has been
confined to her bed for the last
few days. Her daughter, Mrs.
George Capon, spent Saturday
William D. Withinton, after
spending three and one-half
300,000 yards of dirt moving experi
ence and 27,000 hours of industrial
equipment operation, can really get
your job done in a hurry.
Level land for irrigation
Build Roads, Dams and Stock
Fix Landing Strips
Dig Basements and do General
New and Used
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16 N. 2nd Phone 372
Walla Walla, Wash.
months in Monument, left Tues
day for Sacramento. He was with
the geodetic survey.
A number of Monument young
people drove to Kimberley Mon
day night to charivari Mr. and
Mrs. Joe Crouch who were recent
ly married in Pendleton. The new
lyweds will make their home in
Mr. and Mrs. Huston Lesley of
Hardman were business visitois
in Monument Wednesday. Mrs.
Lesley is the postmistress at
Lloyd Harshman drove to Hep
pner Wednesday to spend Thanks
giving with his family.
Mr. and Mrs. George Mantis
left Wednesday for Klamath Fall s
where they spent Thanksgiving
with their daughter and son-in-law,
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Sweek.
Orin Stubblefield of Yakima
and his daughter Vera of Port
land spent the Thanksgiving hoi.
idays with the Murd and Otis
Stubblefield families. Miss Stub
blefield left for Eortland via Pen
dleton Sunday morning. Orin will
stay for a few days visit.
Mrs. Margery Hughes and son
Jimmie of Pendleton spent the
holidays with her mother, Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs, Ray Prescott and
I son spent the week-end with Mrs.
Prescott's parents Mr. and Mrs.
sauce and seasonings to make a
vaiety of tasty supper dishes.
Shortcakes, biscuits, waffles, pan
cakes, pastry, noodles, rice and
macaroni are but a few of the hot
breads and cereal foods which
combine beautifully with creamed
Make your cream sauce medium
thick-smooth and rich with
butter and milk--season it well,
and don't forget a spoonful of
chopped parsley, green pepper or
pimiento for added color and
flavor. Add the turkey meat and
heat well. Now serve it over hot
corn bread, or crisp waffles--it
makes mighty good eating!
Here is a venation of the
Turkey Shortcake made with corn
meal which makes good eating
TURKEY CORN BREAD
2 Tbsp. turkey fat or butter
1 to 2cups diced cooked turkey
1 cup corn meal
1 cup sifted flour
Vicup sugar (optional)
3tsp. baking powder
1 tsp. celery seed
1 cup milk
V4 cup shortening
Melt the two tablespoons of
turkey fat or butter in an 8-inch
baking pan. Spread the turkey
evenly over the bottom of this
pan. Sift together dry ingredients
into medium sized bowl. Add egg,
milk and shortening. Beat until
smooth, about 1 minute. Do not
overheat. Pour batter over turkey,
spreading evenly. Bake in a hot
oven 425 F., for 20 to 30 minutes.
Invert on platter. Serve immed
iately with giblet gravey and
Don't waste the turkey carcass
it will serve as the basis for de
licious turkey chowder.
1 medium onion, chopped
2 Tbsp. butter
4 cups boiling water
Vi cup rice
Vt tsp. peppers
Turkey carcass, cut in pieces
3 cups milk
Cook onion In butter until gol
den. Add boiling water, rice, sea
sonings, and turkey carcass.
Cover. Heat to boiling. Simmer 30
minutes, or until rice is tender.
Remove bones. Scrape off meat
and add to soup. Add milk heat.
Serve hot garnished with chop-
Mr. and Mrs. Krnest Mover of
Altnras, Calif, were guests of Rev.
and Mrs. Elvon L. Tull Wednes
day and Thursday of last week.
The visitors were enroule to Port
land and drove by Heppner to
visit their former Alturas neighbors.
Hickok has rounded up
some of the finest saddle
leather in the country to
make these handsome
Molded Saddle Leather
Belts. They're as smart
as the Paddock at Church
ill Downs, and as easy on
the waistline as they ara
on the eyes.
LEXINGTON CHURCH Your
Z. Franklin Canlrell, Minister
Failh is dead to doubts, dumb
to discouragements, blind to im
possibilities; Faith makes the up
look good, the outlook bright, and
the future glorious.
Church school 10 a. m. Worship
and preaching 11 a. m. Singing
and preaching 7:30 p. m.
HEPPNER CMURCH OF CHRIST
Glenn Warner, Minister
9:45 a. m. Bible school. C. W.
11 a. m. Morning worship and
communion service. Special mu
sic by the choir, Miss Mabel Wil.
son director. Sermon theme, "Dea
cons, Servants of the Church."
Nursery service is maintained for
the small children during the
7:30 p. m. Evening service. Ser
mon theme, "The Man Who Prea.
ched From the Grave."
Tuesday 1 p. m. Junior Chris
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39 SW Dorion Avenue
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Hi-Ways To Health
By ADA R. MAYNE
One of the best things about
the holiday turkey is the left
overs. Favorites in many families
are turkey shortcake, the meat
creamed, well seasoned and sand
wiched in generous amounts
between split squares of toasted
yellow corn bread. And if there's
any left--thin pancakes rolled
round chopped creamed turkey,
with cranberry jelly um-m-m-m,
it tastes so good your family will
Cold turkey itself Is fine fare
too, but in case there isn't enough
left for a presentable cold dish,
we have several suggestions that
will make a little go a long way.
Turkey combines well with cream
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