Page 6 Heppner Gazette Times, Thursday, July 13, 1950 THRIFTY IN '30 ' - 4 , " i Z;&t 'A I " " ' 1 u 'I "f tv I . " V 4 ml .flit SB RPB MA-71J THRIFTY IN '50 Standing 100 percent at attention, then American soldiers in Bremerhaven, Germany, speff out the news that they recently attained their goal in buying U. S. Savings Bonds. The 1C0 percenters are u Camoanv D. 382d Military Police Battalion. Briefs of Community Mr. and Mrs. James Farley Sr. are isiting in Hood River with their daughters, Mrs. Clay Clark and Mrs. Olin Applegate and their families. Mr. and Mrs. J. Fred Lucas are in Portland this week for a brief vacation. They expect to visit the coast before returning homo. Charles Hodge has returned from Portland where he went to pick up some finishing material for Mrs. Klma Hiatt's new house on Baltimore street. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Gilliam and daughter Maryjo arrived Friday from Roggin, Colo, for a visit with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Gilliam and Mr. and Mrs. Earl Blake. The Gilliams will locate somewhere in Ore gon. Major and Mrs. Clayton Shaw and children, Bob and Steve, are guests of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. Osmin Hager. The Shaws have been residing in Lawton, Okla. but will reside in the fu ture at Corvallis where Major Shaw is connected with the R. O. T. C. at Oregon State college. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Gilliam and Mr. and Mrs. Howard Gilliam and daughter Maryjo, visited in Hermiston Sunday afternoon with the Rev. and Mrs. Jackson Gilliam prior to their departure on a three weeks' vacation in Spokane and nearby lakes. They were accompanied by Mrs. Gil liam's mother, Mrs. V. W. Hin ley who had been visiting in Hermiston for the past ten days. Mr. and Mrs. Orville Smith and family have returned from Orcas Island where they have been vacationing for the past ten days. Mrs. Jack Estberg who has at tended summer school at Ellens- burg, Wash, is expected to return to Heppner Friday. The Estberg children have been staying with their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Cason on Rock creek. Mrs. A. R. Fortner of Boardman is a guest of her daughter, Mrs. James Driscoll, this week while attending to business matters in Hpnnner. Dinner cuests of Mr and Mrs. Driscoll Monday eve ning were Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Lindsey and children of Kinzua who were enroute home follow ing a ten day vacation at Port land and several coastal points, Sunday, July 16, has been cho sen by Willows Lodge Wo. bb. I. O. O. F. as the date for its annu- picnic at the Blue Mountain anch of Wightman Brothers south of Hardman. A program of vents has been scheduled with a pot luck lunch at noon. Each one asked to bring his own silver. n addition to ttie program new fficers will be installed includ- ng Ted Pierson, noble grand; ietor A. Groshens, vice grand; Durward Tash, secretary and harles Barlow treasurer. Jack Nichols is here from Ne vada visiting his niece Mrs. Dur ward Tash. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Ayers de parted Friday for a vacation trip o Yellowstone National Park, Lake Louise and Glacier Nation. park. They were accompanied by his sisters, Mrs. Roy Coxen of Hermiston and Mrs. Burl Cox en of The Dalles. They expect to be away a month. D. M. Ward and John Vaughn, former Heppnerites now residing in Portland, spent the week-end here with friends and relatives, Chet Davis, cattle buyer from Walla Walla was a business vis IT TAKES 24 HOURS BEFORE A HAIL POLICY GOES INTO EFFECT See 94 & Mua ABOUT THAT CROP-HAIL POLICY Sold Only by Your Local Agent Turner Van Marter S Co. Heppner, Oregon mi mm wm THOUSANDS of FORD TRUCKS START NATIONWIDE FORD ECONOMY RUN! I V s.tt ..l, fc.fc'-fcs3fcft, . COVERS EVERY FORD TRUCK MODEL IN EVERY TRUCK-USING VOCATION! The most realistic economy study in truck history is now under way. 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DEMONSTRATION Wednesdays All Day GILLIAM & BISBEE Tues, Hollen & Sons Condon Sales by HELEN E. BICH Wasco, Oregon itor in Heppner Tuesday. Mesdames Maude Pointer of Eugene, Edna Turner, Laura Mo yer and Mary Wright have re turned from Bend where thev spent the Fourth of July holiday. ratients released from the Pio neer Memorial hospital this week include Mrs. Kenneth Bur- res of Condon; Mrs. Arthur Dal- zell, lone; and R. N. Lewis Tnno William Zinter of lone was re. ceived there. l'rank W. Baker returned Mon- day from a short business trin to Portland. Due to the alertness of Ted Pierson Tuesday morning a fire at the Barratt ranch was riic. covered and extinguished before any great damage was done. Trash burning: in a barren o-nt out of control setting fim tn a nearby power pole. 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