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About Heppner gazette-times. (Heppner, Or.) 1925-current | View Entire Issue (Sept. 21, 1950)
FIX 'EM NOW
Catch those trouble spots early and they're easy
to fix. Give 'em time and they grow worse. And
remember these tine Fuller repair products may
not be plentiful later on.
Elastic cement that stays elastic
underneath. Doesn't dry out and
crack. Yet surface becomes firm.
Fine on wood, metal, concrete.
Special waterproof coating for
composition and gravel roofs.
Adds years of life. Sun-resistant.
Stays put doesn't run in
Super-patcber for cracks and
nicks in steps, walls, chimneys.
Just mix with water and apply.
Best yet for looks and safety.
Fill cracks around window
frames with White Pioneer
Elastic Cement then paint with
Fultec Trim, specially designed
for weatber protection. Choice
of gay men-Jading colors. Give
magical life and sparkle more
than repays your small expense!
Phone 912 Heppner
HEPPNER JUNIOR CHAMBER
9:30 P. M.
Admission: $1.00 per person
Cliff Slack's Orchestra
From where I sit ... ly Joe Marsh
For Fair Play!
Squint Miller's mighty proud f
the lot he owns that fronU m
River Road one of the prettiest
pots around here.
He's been in stew about it
lately, though. Seems that trash
dumpers take one look at his prop
erty, stop their car or truck, and
cut goes a load of rubbish, spilling;
all over his place and the roadside,
too. Wouldn't that make you mad?
Last night Squint dropped fce
the house. Over a friendly glass e
beer, he tells me what he's done.
"I put a couple of empty oil drums
out there," he says, "with a big
sign reading: 'If you must dump
trash use these I like to keep
my property clean ! ' "
From where I sit, Squint's sign
should make any would-be roadside
trash-dumpers pretty darned
ashamed of themselves. Now and
then some folks just have to be re
minded that they ought to have as
a eh regard for their neighbors'
rights as they do for their own.
Copyright, 19S0, United Statu Brevurt Foundatiem
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IF I RST NATIONAL DANK of Portland
Boardman Board of
5 C Supervisors
Meets in Irrigon
By Mrs. Flossie Coats
Boardman The regular meet
ing of the Supervisors Soil Con
servation was held in Irrigon on
Thursday evening. Present were
bupervisors I. Skoubo, Jack Mul
ligan and Don Keny. Secretary
Nels Anderson of Heppner, W.
in. wickerson, Leveling i-ontract
or John Kalal, Louis Parton, R,
W. Mayko, T. P. Helseth, and R.
E. Swanson, with the state soil
conservation service, were also
Jack Mulligan resigned as su
pervisor for the Boardman dis
trict. Arnold Hoffman was ap
pointed by the committee to fill
the unexpired term of one and
one half year left by the resig
nation. Requirements for this
office are that one must be a
farm owner within the district,
and Mr. Mulligan recently sold
A farm plan presented by Nels
Kristensen was approved by the
Contractor John Kalal will fin.
ish leveling on the Arthur Alton
farm Sunday, September 24th,
and plans to move the equip
ment to the Buttercreek area on
or about the 15th of October.
Next meeting of the supervis
ors will be in Boardman October
Boardman The Boardman
high school football team and
students motored to Klickitat,
Wn., Friday where they played
their first football scrimmage,
losing the game 34-42. Walter
.Turner of Aloha is the coach.
Leo Skoubo had a car accident
Saturday evening just west of
Umatilla on a return home trip.
Leo was cut around the face and
head with no serious injury, but
was confined to St Anthony's
nospitai tor a few days. Bill
Miller, the other occupant of the
car, was not injured, but the
car was a total wreck.
Several Greenfield Grangers
motored to lone Saturday even
ing where they attended the Wil
lows Grange and "Booster" night
Vet Conyers has leased the ho
tel building to Mr. and Mts. Jack
Mulligan for one year. Mr. Con
yers will leave for Wenatchee
and from there he will visit in
Spokane, Wn., Boise and Cas
cade .Idaho. The Mulligans are
moving into the notel this week.
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Crouch have
purchased the Mulligan farm
and will take possession as the
Mulligans move off.
Mrs. Clayton Allen and infant
son are home from the t. Anth
H.E.C. met at the home of
Mrs. William Nickerson Wednes
day with pot luck dinner at noon
Co-hostesses with Mrs. Nickerson
were Mrs. Jack Mulligan and
Mrs. Ka Kunze.
The school students are enjoy
ing a two-day holiday Monday
and Tuesday while the teachers
attended institute at LaGrande.
Maude Dillon of Portland was
a house guest last week at the
home of her brother and sister
in-law. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Dil
Ion. On Wednesday the Dillons
and Mr. and Mrs. Arnin Hug
motored to Heppner to visit A. P.
Reese, who was a patient at the
Pioneer Memorial hospital.
Dick Tandy, an employee in
the Oregon state Highway De
partment, was transferred to Sa
lem, leaving Monday for his new
job. Salem is Mr. Tandy's home
Mr, and Mrs. Adolph Skoubo
had for week-end guests their
sons-in-law and daughters, Mr.
and Mrs. Duane Silverton, and
Mr., and Mrs. Toivia Simila and
two children of Portland. They
were all dinner guests Sunday at
the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph
Skoubo. Other guests were Mr.
and Mrs. Russell DeMauro and
two daughters of Hood River.
Mrs. Ethel Nethercott of Jack
son, Wyoming, was a guest Wed
nesday and Thursday of her
brother and sister-in-law, Mr.
and Mrs. Charles Nickerson.
Sunday dinner guests at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. Zeral Gill
espie were Mr. and Mrs. Truman
Messenger and family of Lexing
ton, also Mr. and Mrs. Claud
Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Brown and
son Duane motored to Portland
Friday for the week-end, going
to attend the wedding of Mrs.
Brown's nephew, Thomas Alton
who was married Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Cramer mo
tored to Hermiston Saturday.
Mrs. Leroy Harwood was very
pleasantly surprised last week
when her brother-in-law and sis
ter, Mr. and Mrs. Garfield Sim
mons arrived from Sturgess, S.
Dak., also friends Mr. and Mrs.
Hoke Cox. Another sister, Mrs.
Leland Traner of Dovenport, Wn.
also joined the group for a coup
le of days visit.
Alan Billings left Sunday for
Corvallis where he has enrolled
this winter. He is taking engin
eering. Miss Mary Ann Rands,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. R. B.
Rands, also enrolled for this year
of college. Mr. and Mrs. Rands
took her to Corvallis Sunday.
Week-end guests at the home
of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Harwood
were Mr. and Mrs. Leonard
Churchill of Kellog, Idaho, Mon
day they left for a trip to the
Olympic peninsula. They were
accompanied from Boardman by
Mrs. Churchill's mother, Mrs.
Myrtle Munger, who had been
at the Harwoods for some weeks.
funeral services of Mr. Marlow's
Mrs. Munger will also return to
her home in Kellog.
I Mrs. Lee Harwood and son Le
roy were Pendleton visitors Mon
day. Leroy is going to -enlist in
the Army Air Corps.
Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Thorpe
had as thAir crupsr Mrs Thftrn's
brother, Charles Smith, who flew
down from Alaska. Charles has
been in Alaska the past several
months hut ic nnf rtiirnirter W
will visit in Boardman for sev
eral days before going on to his
parents, Mr. and Mrs. raui smitn
Mr. anrl Mre W. I.. Rlann srnn.
ped for a short time in Board
man Mfmrlnv nn thpip wav tn
Hermiston from Portland. The
Blanns are former Boardman res
idents, recently disposing of
Mr. and Mrs. Leo Root return
ed from Corvallis Monday where
they had spent the week-end at
the home of Mrs. Root's mothre,
Mrs. Olive Mefford. Mr. and
Mrs. Albert Macomber of Arlingr
ton accompanied the Roots on
Mrs. Margaret Beall and daug
ter Patty returned home Sunday
from Portland where they had
been for several days.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Marlow
and sons motored to Pendleton
Monday where they attended the
brother, Bert Marlow, who died
in Myrtle Creek Sept 13. I
FLIES TO ALASKA
Miss Betty Lovgren, employe
of the First National bank the
past two years, is now a resident
of Annette, Alaska and her name
is no longer Lovgren.
She flew from Pendleton to
Seattle on September 13; flew to
Annette on the 14th, and on the
15th was married to Joe Way,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Dan Way of
Lexington, who has been sta
tioned there the past year or so. I
iney will make their home in
Annette unless Joe is sent over
seas. Mrs. Albert Schunk Jr. and son
Dale left by United Airline from
Pendleton Tuesday evening for
Washington D. C. Mr. schunk
met them there and took them
on to Maryland where he is sta
tioned. Mrs. Marvin rBitt of
Spray, who spent the week end
at the Schunk home, accompani
ed the party to Pendleton.
Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Ruggles
drove to Portland this morning
where Mr. Ruggles was to have
a fitting for new glasses.
Mrs lamOD T 1. .. nn
- - uuvgjcu lias ac-
cepted'a position at the First
Notinnnl 1 1 - i j n
louuiioi uaiiK, replacing no.se
Marie Pierson who has entreed
college at LaGrande.
Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Hiigel
motored to Pendleton Saturday.
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Men's Flannelette Night Shirts.. 249
Tot's Three-Piece Sleepers
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WASHABLE warm acetate
rayon fleece liningl
knit wristlets and ankletsl
Warm! Sturdy! WaK
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one piece style with a
jiffy neck-to-ankle Kip-
Ked, blue, or green
for girls. Brown, blue,
green, or royal for boys.
Matching hats ..49c
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Water-repellent cotton rayon satin fj Q A
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MEN'S PLAID ZIPPER JACKETS
Easy front closing. Zipper b-reast T OA
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Boy's sizes .....4.98
Juv. Boys' sizes 3.98
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