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Heppner Gazette Times, Thursday, August 17, 1950
IONE SCHOOL Continued
where they attended a reception
for Worthy Grand Matron of the
grand chapter of the Eastern
Star, Mrs. Pearl McClay.
Mr. ad Mrs. Joe Howk of
Troutdale spent the week-end
with relatives here. Their dugh
ter, Lois, and Miss Ruby Ann
Rietmann returned home with
them. Lois spent most of the
summer with the Roy Lindstroms.
The Garland Swanson family
Monday morning for Lehman
Springs and Wallowa Lake to
spend their vacation.
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Martin
nd sons of Hermistona were vis
itors at the home of her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Clark
Mrs. Ted Matthews of Camas
Valley is visiting her mother,
Mrs. Mary Emert.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles McElli
gott are in San Francisco to meet
Jheir daughter Kathleen who has
been touring in Europe.
Arthur Bergstrom has returned
to his base at Randolph Field in
San Antonio, Tex.
Mrs. Franklin Ely and her
mother, Mrs. Dora Pierrot, re
turned from Portland Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Allan Robertson
and son are living in the White
apartments. Mr. Robertson si the
music instructor in the lone
HEPPNER FREIGHT LINE
Arrives at Heppner,
Lexington and lone
For Pickup or
For pickup, call
Red & White, Heppner
Padberg Tractor, Lex.
Connecting Carrier for
Omar Rietmann, lone
Wm. Meleni ad Herman Barlet.
ti, contractors, left for Troy last
Gilbert and Kenneth Batty who
have been custom combining
here left for Hardman Monday.
Mrs. Harlan Devin and children
spent the week-end with her mo
ther, Mrs. Lana Padberg.
Several from here attended the
Dress-up parade in Pendleton
rMs .Ernest Heliker entertained
with a plastic and nylon party
Mrs. John Turner of Baker is
visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Mrs. J. G. Vn Ness and daugh
ter Beverly of The Dalles are vis
iting her daughter Mrs. John
Dates to remember Aug. 18,
HEC of Willows grange at the
hall. Movies every Wednesday
evenng on turfed field. Aug. 20,
Services at the Lutheran Valby
church at 11 a. m. conducted by
Shuts Down For
Chuck Thomas got a broken
shoulder blade while working at
the Rudio mill last week.
Rev. Luther Cornay and Dr.
Swenson of Colton.
Olen Gattenby who is helping
Mick Cimmiyotti with haying,
was taken to a doctor in John
Day last Wednesday.
Mrs. Mick Cimmiyotti of Rudio
creek was shopping in town on
Mr. and Mrs. Morton Cupper
accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Orval
Wyland to Estacada last week.
From there thev went to Salem
where they attended to business
Mrs. Hickman of Monument
spent the week-end in Fossil vis
iting and attending to business
Mr. and Mrs. Clay Thomas of
Rudio mill returned 1st Wed
nesday from Klamath Falls
where they had gone for medical
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Sweek and
daughter Carol returned Monday
from a three weeks vacation
spent at the Deer Lick Springs in
Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Forrest were
business visitors in Pendleton
Thursday and Friday,
i Mr. and Mrs. Dempsey Boyer
were attending to matters of bus
iness in Prineville and The Dal
lies last week-end.
Eusiness matters took Buel
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I STAR m2 REPORTER I
Admission price, afternoon and evening, nnles, 'USSJSt U Send' overEsY.
; Est. Price .17, Fed. Tax .03, TOTAL 20c; Grade and High S chool Student! U ye E
; Price .40, Ped. Tax .10, TOTAL 50c; Adults : Est. Price .60, Fed. Tax .iu, ' ,
E occupying a seat must have a ticket. ZZ1
Sunday shows continuous from 1 p.m. During July August the Saturday j
; BhOWS Start at p.m. All oxnei evemiis " '
Thursday-Friday-Saturday, Aug. 17-18-19
SQUARE DANCE JUBILEE
Spade Cooley and his Band featuring
Ginny Jackson and Les Anderson, Don
Barry, Mary Beth Hughes, Wally Ver
non, Les Gotcher (World Champion
Square Dance Caller) and many spe
cialties Have the time of your life with your
sweetheart or wife at this grand array of
Alan Curtis, Tom Neal, Carol Thurston,
Russell Hoyden, Fuzzy Knight .
This is the story of the Apache Indians
and their attempt to live up to their
treaty with the United States.
Saturday show starts at 7
c.MMv.MftnHrfv. AnniKt 20-21
The Reformer And the Redhead
June Allyson, Dick Powell, David Wayne,
r.prii Kellawav. Marvin Kaplan
a gay and sparkling comedy with just
enough hokum to mane engaging, enjoy
Sunday shows continuous from 1
Tuesday-Wednesday, August 22-23
WHEN WILLIE COMES
Dan Dailey, Conine Calvet Colleen Town-
send, William Demarest, James Lyaon,
The hilarious saga of Willie Kluggs (pfc)
who turned me uae ui nisLoiy...iu
hours. A salute to all the "Willies" who
kissed the girls goodbye!
Thusday-Friday-Scrturday. Aug. 24-25-26
THE EAGLE and THE HAWK
John Payne, Rhonda Fleming, Dennis
O'Keefe, Thomas Gomez, Fred Clark.
Good he-man entertainment filmed in
Technicolor against the rugged and nat
ural beauties of New Mexico.
NOTE: The quality and length of this
feature made it necessary to single-bill
it. It is supported by a fine selection of
Saturday show starts at 7
HARRIS Self Propelled Combine
The Harvester Designed by Harris for Grain Growers of The Pacific Northwest
For Better Combining
For Higher Yield
For Equalized Leveling
"Built To last" and
AUTOMATIC PIVOTING HEADER
ONE ENGINEHEAVY DUTY INDUSTRIAL
SELF-LEVELING RECLEANER SHOE
SIXTY-ONE (61) INCH SEPARATOR SHOE
SEALED PILLOW BLOCKS FLANGED
EXTRA-SIZE LARGE CAPACITY
Nifty Numbers for your Comfort
Slacks . Jackets . Skirts . Blouses
Long or short sleeves in rayon or nylon; also jersey blouses
Pendleton Woolen Mills Sports Jackets
Tish-u Knit Sweaters
Back to School Clothes
Skirts for children-corduroy or wool, 7 to 12
Slacks and Jackets for Boys and Girls, 2 to 8.
Peaches and Cream line of Gingham Dresses, 2 to 14
Children's undies by Munsingwear
Panties, Slips, Gowns, Pajamas, Anklets, 2-16
The Model SPH-88 harvesting wheat on steep
hillsides of Walla Walla County, Washington
34" ALL-STEEL "BALANCED" CYLINDER
60 BUSHEL CAPACITY BULK GRAIN BIN
AIRPLANE CONTROL LEVER
HYDRAULIC BRAKES HEAVY DUTY
TILTING WIDE-SPREAD REAR WHEELS
MAIN DRIVE WHEELS, WIDE BASE
AUGER HEADER 14'6" CUTTING WIDTH
be scheduled early.
3 3 CACA fol sfii.
tnr 1951 will of necessity
5"?. ZZaZZA: allotment of units is limited.
Vruers ivi api"'s WW....,
Machines may be seen in action near Pendleton or Wasco
Contact your local dealer
One hundred and thirty two men who are
experts in many fields law, geology, engineer
ing, drilling, trucking, carpentry, derrick
building, chemistry, mechanics and so forth.
One completed oil derrick with ail Its diesel engines,
bits, fishing tools, reamers and other equipment.
Want to drill an oil well? Here's all you need
There may be oil under your backyard .
but you might as well face the fact that it
will take a bit of doing to find out.
The picture above shows all the men and
materials needed to drill one 10,000-foot
exploratory well here in the United States.
Total cost will be anywhere from $125,000
to $1,000,000 depending on conditions en
countered. Will oil be found? Even with the best
scientific help only about one out of every
five exploratory wells drilled "come in."
The search for oil is a risky, expensive
business, but it goes on every day in many
parts of the world. In 1949 alone, we drilled
28 exploratory wells at a cost of $6,385,000
, . . six striking oil.
A great share of the profits of Standard
of California goes back into the business in
exploration of this kind . . . and in building
new 'refineries, new pipelines, new storage
plants and other facilities. From these come
good petroleum products to serve you well
. . . petroleum products to add still more
strength to our nation in the uncertain dayj
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