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Heppner Gazette Times, Thursday, August 24, 1950
His Popularity increases
Heppner today has the honor of entertaining
for a few hours the state's chief executive, Gover
nor Douglas McKay. Since his appearance here
comes on publication day and this page is usually
one of the first printed, discussion relative to what
he may have to say must be deferred to a later
issue. It is pertinent to remark that his com
ments at the Soroptimist luncheon will have no
bearing on his own candidacy, although he could
with pardonable pride point to his achievements
during the brief time he hase been in office.
Few men in public office have grown more in
stature, politically, and displayed more efficiency
in handling the business of government than has
Oregon's governor. His policy of "pay as you
go," as far as it has had a chance to work in his
short term, has an appeal to the masses that will
be manifested when the votes are counted. Mr.
McKay's friendly manner and straightforward
dealing with issues are making him more popu
lar with the people every day.
There's A War On
Here's another bit of wisdom from Ed Erard's
column in the Kingsville (Texas) Record (Non
We are still at war with Germany and Japan,
technically, that is. And we are getting along
fine with the German and the Japanese people.
We are at peace with Soviet Russia but Rus
sian tanks and guns are killing our boys in
Korea in, as yet, unrevealed numbers. It looks
like our "enemies" are about the only friends we
Getting men killed in action every day with
out a war being on makes sense like washing
your feet with your sox on.
Casualty lists and tax-hikes are part of war,
so is rationing, priorities and all of those dis
agreeable things. And Harry's .having a tough
time trying to make 'em be quiet until after
If von dont' think there's a war- on right now,
listen to Bob Taft. He wants to hike all taxes right
now to assure the security of the nation. And
when Bob's for more taxes, he's scared, brother,
he's scared. And he's not exactly a fraidy-cat
J. Palmer Sorlien, Minister
Morning worship and sermon
at 11 a. m. Sermon by pastor.
Sunday church school 9:45 a.
m. Oliver Creswick, superinten
dent. A class for every age
The-Womans Society of Chris
tian Service meets the first Wed
nesday of each month at 8 p. m.
Suzanna Wesley circle of the
W. S. C. S. meets the third Wed
nesday of each month at 2 p. m.
CARD OF THANKS
It is our earnest desire to ex
press our heartfelt thanks to all
neighbors and friends for their
words of sympathy and for the
beautiful floral tributes to the
memory of our beloved Lucy.
The Pointer and Davis
4A V a Aw'Keyes daughter of Mr. and Mrs. ' on the church lawn. The three
Ow X CiirS XliMO Henry Dick Keyes of Fossil, be- tiered wedding cake was cut by
jcame the bride of James Patrick Mrs. William Richards, sister of
August 26. 1920 ' Kenny. The ceremony was per- the groom, and Mrs. William
A ten-thousand gallon car of formed by Father Philip Grow- Keyes presided at the punch
easolme destined for the use of i nev witn Rev. t rancis Mccor-1 dowi
Mrs. Dean Guyton and Miss
Bonnie Mortimore of Fossil as
sisted in Serving. Miss Mary El
len Keyes was in charge of the
guest book, an autographed al
bum presented to the granamo
For going away, the bride
wore a grayed biege jersey dress
trimmed in red tox tur, witn
We have an Excellent
for Men and Women
Wilson's Men's Wear
FOR SALE Mountain cabin 17
miles up Willow creek. Thone
MOVING and must sell following
furniture and furnishings, all
and innerspring mattress, $60;
dining room set with table and
1 in good condition: Davenport
aim uiiair, qou; Dearoom get
with bed, chest, vanity, springs
6 chairs, $50; bedsteads, fruit
jars, baby buggy. Glenn War
for the answer to your
problems. If we don't know the
answers we will find them for
C. A. Ruggles Agency
Heppner motorists went into the ' mack assisting,
ditch near Union Junction above ' The church was beautifully
La Grande last week. It and nine decorated with baskets of pink
other cars were in one of the an(j wnite gladioli,
worst freight wrecks to occur In Given in marriage by her fa-
pastprn Orptrnn for snmp timp u ,,ra o
Lewis Cason received a frac- satin gown with full train and ther of the bride 50 years ago by
tured left leg just above the an- a yoke of Chantilly lace edged her father. the Rev Robert K.
kle last Friday when he was with flowers embroidered with Booth, one of Oregon s first cir-
thrown from his horse. - ui rvoarlc Hoi- nnlv lewelrv t-uu uutia,
Kathleen Marshall, daughter was an heirioom pendant of tear
of Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Marshall drop pearls and diamonds fash-
ed about the body and face by The finger-tip veil of silk illu- black velvet accessories, and a
pn explosion of oil in the kit- si0n was held with a Juliet cap corsage oi landman rust. ,
Chen. !0f satin edeed with tulle and I After their wedding trip, the
ine Morrow County Creamery seed pearls. Her bouquet was 0flc0UPIe wul maKe tneir nome in
has taken over the ice business white net, white gladioli, steph- Fossil. .
irom t. t. Beaman .according to anotis and trailing Ivy.
W. C. Cox, creamery manager. Mrs. Robert Williams of Fossil,
They intend to greatly increase matron of honor for her sister,
the capacity of their" plant. I WOre a floor length gown of dull
Increase of freight and passen-'gold taffeta. Her bouquet was
ger rates take effect today on fashioned of flesh and mustard
the O. W. R. & N. lines. All pas- gladioli and ivy and she wore a
senger fares will be 20 percent matching headdress of net and
higher from now on. The fare flowers.
from Heppner to Portland will The other attendants,' Miss
now be $7.55. 'Evelyn Taylor of Haines and
Born to th ewife of Lee Cowins Mrs. Charles Irwin of Pendleton,
Cantwell on the 21st inst, a son.jwere dressed identical to the
He has been named Lee Jr. honor attendant in peacock blue
Henry Happold and family re- i an(j carried flesh and fuchsia
turned from Sherman county 1 gladioli and ivy.
where they spent several weeks
A host of families are spend
ing several days in the Ditch
creek section gathering huckle
berries. W. P. Prophet, Hardman mer-
chant, was in the city Monday
after supplies for his store in
the south end town.
Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Patterson
and daughter Mary left Tuesday
morning for Portland where they
plan to locate permanently.
UNITES YOUNG COUPLE IN
MARRIAGE AT CONDON
At a mid-morning ceremony at
St Joseph Catholic church in
Condon on August 19, Judith
Ann Williams was flower girl
for her aunt and wore a white
nylon net dress caught with for
get-me-nots over a whoop skirt
of organdy and carried a blue
basket of old fashioned flowers.
William Kenny was best man
for his brother and William
Keyes of Portland, brother of the
bride and Emmett Kenny were
Helen Mateer sang Ave Maria
during the ceremony.
The bride's mother wore a
fuchsia dress with black acces
sories and the mother of the
groom was dressed in a navy
with white accessories.
The reception immediately fol
lowing the ceremony was held
lone Schools Calls
The office of the lone schools
will be open beginning Monday,
August 28. Mr. Osibov, superin
tendent, urges all high school
students to contact him to ar
range classes and schedules.
High school books for most cour
ses are now available to those
who wish to purchase them. Pa
rents, and all patrons of the dis
trict are welcome to consult with
the new administrator about any
Russel De Bondt, lone athletic
director, requests a turnout of
all boys interested in football.
He will meet them at 3 p. m.
Monday. He wants to get medi
cal checkups and organizational
matters completed so he can be
gin practice on September 1.
WORD OF APPRECIATION
We wish ' to commend . and
thank each member of the Hep
pner fire' department for . his
prompt action in helping to ex
tinguish the fire Saturday morn
ing. Hotel Heppner.
OREGON'S CUE At
Starts Labor Day
PRIZE LIVESTOCK ON
4-H AND FFA STATE
RODEO & HORSE SHOW
HORSE RACING DAILY
WATER FOLLIES OF
1950 Gigantic Aqua
cade and Stage Extrav
aganza FREE MIDWAY
Fed. Tax Inc.
Children 12 & Under FREE
ttea u-it . .
Nothing has been
spared in building this out
standing Reg. Hereford herd.
EViRY. ANIMAL SELLS..
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Heppner Ph. 112
The Dalles Phone 2B35
114 E. 2nd St
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We have an excellent stock of Western goods to help you celebrate.
5.95 to 14.95
50c to 1.95
10.00 o 13.00
12.90 o 22.5Q
22.00 to 30.00
Let's all go Western and join the crowd
Levi Strauss Overalls for the entire family LADIES MEN'S BOYS
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The Store of Personal Service
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WESTERN HATS Stetson and Hardeman .
WESTERN PANTS AND JACKETS
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Ortfer Now by Seeing
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Local Fair Sept. 7-8-9-10
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