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Heppner Gazette Times, Thursday, February 23, 1950
: lone Post American Legion
Pacific University Players
in the Three Act Play
"Once Upon A Melodrama"
with a Cast of 27 Players and a 15-piece Orchestra
lone School Auditorium, 8 p. m.
Tuesday, Feb. 28
Due to a death in the family of Mr. Eddie Paul, who has
been retained to superintend the moving of our equip
ment, we find it necessary to postpone moving until
. . s.
Regular service will be maintained until that date
The office in our present location will be kept open until
March 4 to receive and deliver work done up to and in
cluding March 1 .
for 1 sale
Special clearance of Dresses
SATURDAY and MONDAY
A fine opportunity to refurbish your wardrobe at this tag
end of a hard winter .... Buy two dresses for the price of
CASUALS or BETTER DRESSES
10.95 to 25.00
FEBRUARY 25 and 27
No Free Alterations . Cash or Lay-Away
lommuM irom page one
Mr. and Mrs. M. L Case and other
Mrs. Allen Case returned the
last of the week from a business
trip to Portland.
John Krebs of Cecil was look
ing after business matters In
Heppner Tuesday. Lambing is in
full swing in the Cecil district.
L. E. Dick paid a visit to hjs
sons, Edwin and Kemp and their
families over the week-end
Mrs. Lennie Louden and Mrs.
ft. A Thompson motored to Pen
dleton Wednesday to spend the
day looking after business af
fairs. Frank Baker returned Sunday
from Pendleton where he has
been a patient at St. Anthony's
hospital following an operation
earlier in the week. He was
brought home by Mrs. Frances
Cheek and Dallas Moon. Mrs.
Cheek will be remembered as the
former Frances White and now
has a position as supervisor in
the Pendleton telephone office.
They were dinner guests of Jo
sephine Mahoney before return
ing to Pendleton.
Week-end houseguests of Mr.
and Mrs. Loyal Hart were her
parents. Mr. and Msr. Herman
Rose and son Lome and Joe Car
roll of Baker
A record crowd attended the
Pancake luncheon at the Episco
pal parish house Tuesday. This is
an annual event of Shrove Tues
day and is sponsored by the Wo
Among those from Pendleton
here Saturday for the Elks an
nual were Mr. and Mrs. Charles
Irwin, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Ken.
ney, and Dr. and Mrs. James R.
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Clark of
Hermiston were in Heppner Saturday
Week-end houseguests of Mr.
and Mrs. Frank Anderson were
Mr. and Mrs. Del Smith of Con
Mr and Mrs. Harlan Devin of
Condon were week-end guests of
Mr. and Mrs. Loyal Parker.
WORD OF APPRECIATION
I take this means of expressing
my appreciation to my friends
for their thoughtfulness during
my recent hospitalization. The
cards and flowers were a great
mt ana Drougnt me much pleas
ure. Mrs. John Bergstrom.
CARD OF THANKS
Please accept our sincere
thanks for the many kindnesses
extended and for the cards and
flowers sent in memory of our
(Continued from page 5)
Special missionary program on
Japan, talk by M. L. Case. Also
interesting things from Japan.
All are welcome.
Thursday, 7:30 p. m choir
World Day of Prayer sponsored
by the church women of Heppner
at tne episcopal church Friday,
Feb. 24, at 2:30 p. m. Everyone
Woman's Society of Christian
Service meets first Wednesday of
each month. Suzanna Wesley cir.
cle of WSCS meets third Wednes
day of each month.
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, anthem by the choir, Mrs.
Charles Flint, director, and solo
by Mrs. Willard Warren. Sermon
theme, 'The Cross in the Center
of the Heart of God."
7:30 p. m. Evening service. Ser
mon theme, "Four Fools in Hepp
ner." Tuesday, 4 p. m. Junior Chris
tian Endeavor. 6:30 p. m. Work
ers conference basket dinner and
Thursday, 7:30 p. m. choir prac
tice. ALL SAINTS MEMORIAL
El von L. Tull, Vicar
Holy communion 8 a. m.
Church school, 9:45 a. m. I holy communion at 10. Friday,
llHodockmmUnin serm"'hly comuminon at 7:30 a. m.
Study class, 7:30 p. m. Litany and instruction, 7:30 p. m.
Week day services: Wednesday,' Choir practices: Girls choir
Wednesday at 4; adult choir,
Thursday at 8.
Boy Scouts. Wednesday even
ing, 7:30 to 9.
for all occasions
in season or special
U. PandN. P.
39 SW Dorloa Avenue
STAR nn REPORTER
s.4mlssion piloM sitrnoo& ui ve&ing, unless spo
elflwUr dTsrtld to bo otharwiasl Children: lit
PrlM JT, red. Tu M, Total 10c; Orad. and Hifb
School Student! U yean and over! Bit. PrlM .40,
Fed. Tax .10, Total 60c s Adults: Est. Pries .600, Fed.
Tax .10, Total 60s. Erery child occupylnf a seat
mast have a ticket.
'fil you seelta
5ee em soon, n ... vtj' iynXc
Heppner Appliance Co.
Dependable Radio and Refrigeration Service
Fire's In the Mbuntoin Wind's a-Blowin'
DANCE IN CONDON
"LET'S GET A-GOIN'"
Saturday Nite, March 4th
Mystery Maniacs of Western Swing
SQUARE : -POPULAR : WESTERN
Refreshments by American Legion Auxiliary
COURT ST. MARKET
at your Favorite Food Store
VELVEETA 2 Lb. QQC
CHEESE Box OO
WHITE STAR TUNA
Grated y.,'a 33c
Solid in's" 39c
PEACHES, Hunt's Yellow Cling Halves
TOMATO JUICE Hunt's Large
SUNSHINE HI HO CRACKERS
2i. Tin 19c
46 Oz. 29c
1 Pound Package MUX
SUNSHINE PARTY MIX CANDY M
2 Pound Bag
FOILRAPP The Perfect Food Wrap
25 Foot Roll
TOMATOES 2'. tin
Hunt Solid Pack
CATSUP Q AQaft
Huntl4 0z.tfor it?t
Smelt:, lb . 23c
Oysters, pt. 67c
Oriole Sliced Bacon, lb. . . . 49c
100 per cent Pure Pork Susage, lb 45c
Fresh Fryers - Pan Ready, lb : 69c
VEAL ROASTS EZ(in
Boneless Pound VvV
4 Pound Package
Always Fresh Fruits and Vegetables
Mrs. Larry Fletcher of Arling
ton was a guest here last week.
Mr. and Mrs. Johan Troedson
attended the funeral of O L.
Sparks in Pendleton' Thursday.
Sunday shows oontlnnoos from 1 p. m. All rvcmtnf; shows start at 7:30 p-a4vrtl4
m., ttAlass othsrwlM
Thurs.-Frtday Sat, February 23-24-25
I Shot Jesse James
Preston Foster, Barbara Britton, John Ire
land, Reed Hadley, J. Edward Bromberg
The thrilling and colorful last days of
America's most fabulous outlaw.
Leave It To Henry
Raymond Wolburn, Walter Catlett Gary
Cray, Mary Stuart in iaugh-laden
Sunday-Monday, February 2G-27
Always Leave Them Laughing
Just HOAR at the show-world's No. 1 Fun.
ny-Mun, Milton Berle, and the girl he
pets funny with, Virginia Mayo! Also,
Kuth Unman, Bert Lahr, Alan Hale, Grace
Hvs. Jerome t'owan. You'll have to stop
lunching long enough to listen to the 8
Tues.-Wed.-Tb.urs. February 28-March 1-2
James Cagney, Virginia Mayo, Edmond
O'Brien, Margaret Wycherly , 8
A picture of the Treasury Department
and gangsters that moves with the speed
of a bullet . . not since the days of "Scar
face" has anything of such excellence In
the crime category hit the screen. Cagney
is outstanding In the type of role that
first brought him screen fame. It's rug
ged, realistic and adult.
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