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Heppner Gazette Times, Thursday, February 9, 1950
lone Council And
Citizens Lay Plans
For City Building
The railroad water tank caught
on fire about 7 o'clock Friday eve-(
ning, due to an overheated stove
used to keep the water from freez
ing. Utile damage was done, ex
cept charred timbers. The fire
hose was brought out and soon
extinguished the fire.
Mr. and Mrs. Edmond Bristow
and Mrs. Lloyd Rice were Pendle
ton visitors Saturday.
The St. Williams Altar Society
of the Catholic church had a pot
luck dinner at the church Sun
day and a business meeting after
Mr. and Mrs, Charles O'Connor
and daughter Marjorie were din
ner guests at the Roy Lindstrom
home Friday evening.
The Franklin Lindstroms are
having their house remodelled.
Mr. and Mrs. Algott Lundell
and Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Lun.
dell and daughter were guests at
the Oscar Lundell home Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur W. Berg
strom of Portland are the par
ents of a daughter, Beverly Jo
ann, born Jan. 18. Mr. and Mrs.
Carl F. Bergstrom are the grand
parents and Eric Bergstrom is
the great grandfather.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Buchanan
of Estacada are the parents of a
daughter. Jean Ann, born Feb. 1.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Buchanan are
Mrs. Vera Port is cut her right
hand one day last week on a bro
ken pitcher at the Victory cafe.
Seven stitches were required to
close the wound.
Mrs. Ernest McCabe and Mrs.
Robert DeSpain entertained at a
birthday dinner "Saturday even
ing in honor of their husbands.
Others present were Mr. and Mrs.
Walter Corley, Mr. and Mrs. Ted
Palmateer, and Mr. and Mrs. Pete
Fred Painter left Sunday to join
the U. S. navy. He intends to
make it his life's work. He was
accompanied to Pendleton by his
brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and
Mrs. Robert DeSpain.
Dates to remember: Feb. 10,
study meeting of Topic club. Feb.
10, Eastern Star card party 8 p.
m, at Masonic hall. Feb. 11 Le
gion dance. Feb. 14, Square dance
CARD OF THANKS
I want to express my thanks to
my friends and neighbors for re
membering me here in the hos
pital. It is a great comfort to
know that one is not "out of sight
out of mind," when misfortune
Mrs Susie Hughes
St. Anthony's Hospital
demonstration at the grange
hall. Feb. 13, Ameca club at the
Masonic hall. Feb. 17, HEC of
Willows grange at Oscar Lundell
home with potluok dinner al
noon. Feb. IS, regular meeting of
A planning committee for the
proposed city hall met at the
Garland Swanson home Monday
evening. Those on the committee
from the council were Mayor
Swanson, Roy Lindstrom, Omar
Rietmatm and John Bryson; and
from the library board, Mrs. H.
D. McCurdy, Mrs. Noel Dobyns
and Mrs. Echo Palmateer. Plans
were discussed for a new city
hall, which would include a li
brary, office, council chamber,
rest room and lire equipment
room. The cost of the building
and material to be used, and the
location. After the meeting Mrs.
Swanson served refreshments.
Others present were Mrs. John
Bryson, Mrs. Roy Lindstrom, Har
lan McCurdy and Noel Dobyns.
Word was received of the mar
riage of Miss Earlene Morgan,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Earl
Morgan of Portland, to Maurice
Willams of Couquille, at Albany
Jan. 2". The bride is a sister of
Lloyd Morgan and Mrs. John Eu-
The lone Garden club' will
meet Feb. 14.
Roy Lindstrom, Noel Dobyns
and George Grittiih went rabbit
hunting down the creek Monday
and killed around 200 rabbits.
Mrs. Harlan McCurdy Jr. and
daughters Diane and Karen of
L'kiah spent the past week at the
H. D. McCurdy home. Dianne is
convalescing after a recent ap
pendectomy. The snow is melting fast in
part of the county.
Mrs. Creston Black underwent
a major operation in a Portland
hospital last week.
lone high school defeated Lex
ington there in both basketball
games last week. The grade beat
Heppner here in a game.
Mrs. Walter Roberts, lone post
master, reports the March of
from boxholder cards and S17.ll
from the collection boxes, making
a total of $144.36.
CARD OF THANKS
We take this means of express
ing to our friends our apprecia
tion for the many acts of kind
ness during the long illness of
our husband and father and for
the expressions ti sympathy at
Mrs. George Mead and family.
New Brentwoods - Finds at Just $2.79
JUST IMAGINE ! ! ! Crisp, handsome new
Wash Frocks in the most wanted fabrics for
Spring At this low price.
Nothing skimpy about
FL LL-CUT DRESSES, either,
nothing old-hat about
FRESH NEW STYLES!
Take a look at that white ;
cented PLAIN PASTELS
Notice the slimming way
those candy stripes are
handled ; see those
Floral Prints, sizes
12 to 52.
those ff III m
mi p. II I'i
Boy Scout Week February 6-12
"We Salute You Scouts"
CARD OF THANKS
I want to express my gratitude
to my friends for the flowers,
cards and letters received while
I was in the hospital.
Mrs. Corda Saling.
WORD OF APPRECIATION
We want to convey our appre
ciation of the members of the
Heppner fire department for their
prompt response in answering
the alarm from our home.
Thanks to the prompt response
very little damage was done.
Mr. and Mrs. Chris Brown.
u onunued Irom Page two)
church regularly, won't you
please visit our services and let
us help you spiritually?
ALL SAINTS MEMORIAL
Holy Communion 8
Church school 9:45
Morning Prayer and sermon 11
Study class 7:30 p.m.
Week Day Services
Holy Communion Wednesday
10; Friday 7:30 a. m.
Girls choir Wednesday 4, adult
choir Thursday at 8 p. m.
Boy Scouts Wednesday 7:30 to
9 p. m.
LEXINGTON CHURCH Your
There is not enough darkness
in the whole world to put out the
light of a single candle, but I
must govern my life and my
thoughts, as if the whole world
is to see the one, and read the
Church school 10 a. m. Worship
and preaching 11 a. m. Singing
and preaching 7:30 p m.
HEPPNER CHURCH 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, Mrs. Charles
Flint, director. Sermon theme
"Attitudes Toward the Second
Coming of Christ"
7:30 p. m. Evening service. Ser
mon theme 'The Fear of God."
Mr. Lewis Wetzel will be preach
Tuesday, 4 p. m. Junior Chris
Wednesday, Women's Mission
ary society meeting.
Thursday, 7:30 p. m. choir practice.
J. Palmer Sorllen, Minister
Morning worship and sermon at
11. Sermon topic: "A Nation's
Destiny." Special music by the
choir, Paul McCoy, director.
Sunday church school at 9:45
a. m., Oliver Creswick, superin
tendent. Youth Fellowship class
meets at this hour, also Adult
Bible class. We have a class for
every age. You are welcome.
Thursday: Choir practice at 7:30
The Woman Socley of Christian
Service meets the first Wednes
day of each month. Suzanna Wes
ley Circle of the WSCS meets the
third Wednesday of each month,
Faith In God Is never out of
season. We become what we do.
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Sunday ahoin oontlnnoiu from 1 p. i
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E5 Thurs.-Fridry-Sert, February 9-10-11
Prince of The Plains
Monte Hale portrays Bat Masterson, fa-
e mous western peace officer, in this battle
egainst the enemies of law and order.
5 Roddy McDowall with Roland Winters as
5 "Charlie Chan" in a daredevil adventure
EE amid flying salt spray.
EEr. Sunday-Monday, February 12-13
H Sands of Iwo Jima
jS5 John Wayne, John Agar, Adele Mara, For
jEs rt Tucker, the three survivors ol the
flag raising on ML Suribachi, John H.
55 Bradley, Iia Hayes and Rene Cagnon.
jps and a cast oi thousands.
E5 We celebrate the birthday of one of our
EE most valiant statesmen, Abraham Lin-
EE coin, by bringing to our screen the filming
of the most valiant chapter in the annals
of America's fighting Marines!
TAKE YOUR VALENTINE
TO THE MOVIES
Tues.-Wed.-Thurs., February 14-15-16
Rope of Sand
Burt Lancaster, Paul Henreid, Claude
Rains, Peter Lorre, Conine Calvet
Hard-boiled, Intriguing story ... far off
the beaten track.
The annual meeting of the Lexington Oil
Co-op will be held in connection with the
Lexington Blow Control meeting at the
Lexington Grange hall on Tuesday, Febru
ary 21st. Meeting will begin at 10:30 A. M.
Free dinner will be served at noon.
Rerremher the date and come.
Heppner Miff Specials g
Brazilian COFFEE one lb. 69c
2V2 Lb. tin
STANDBY C.S. CORN OQn
No. 2 Tin 2 for &V
The winter in this clime
Tells us now is the time
To buy flowers for your Valentine!
Tulips : : Mixed Pots
Primroses : Azaleas : Hyacinth Plants
Cut Flowers of All Kinds
Mary Van's Flower Shop
St Valentine's Day
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MEATS SEA FOODS
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3. pounds for
ROME BEAUTY APPLES Qs
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