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Heppner Gazette Times, Thursday, September 21, 1950
WANTED 1000 deer to skin, cut
and wrap for lockers. Hepp
ner Market ,
FOUND Pair of bi focal glasses.
Call at Gazette Tunes office.
Amricon Lgion Auxiliary
Monday, September 25
Refreshments Served
Legion Hall 8:30 p.m.
lone, Oregon
Saturday Evening
September 30
Music by
Bud Orton's Orchestra
Admission: $1.25 per person
Tax Included
Supper Served by A. L Auxiliary
Evangelist Billy Graham tokl
a crowd of 1200 stoical state pris
on convicts that by accepting
Jesus Christ even a prison could
be "a heaven and a paradise."
In his Wednesday talk to the
impssive inmates he said that
"we're all sinners" and must face
God twice at death and at
Judgment. At death, he declar
ed, souls go to hell for rejecting
Christ, not for breaking laws,
and they go to Heaven for ac
cepting Christ, not just for Bible
reading and going to church.
Governor McKay received an
order from the secretary of the
army Friday alerting the 1810t
Engineer company at the Port
land air base for federal duty.
The order includes bringing the
company to full strength.
The governor conferred im
mediately with Maj. Gen. Thom
as E. Rilea to comply with the
order by the date, October 1, set
by the army.
WANTED 1000 deer to skin, cut
and wrap for lockers. Hepp
ner Market
A new davenport will do wonders for
your home. We have just the one you
are looking for ... a variety of styles,
finishings and prices. They are beau
ties. Come see for yourselves.
Case Furniture Co.
At the Lottie Scherzinger Ranch, 8 Miles South of Heppner on Rhea Creek
Starting at 1 p.m.
I will offer for sale the following Farm Equipment, Livestock and Household
30 Caterpillar tractor
Peoria disc drill
5-Section Springtooth
5 section harrow
3- bottom Vulcan tractor plow
4- bottom International tractor plow
Montgomery Ward hammer mill
with Case combine engine
'33 Studebaker 2-ton truck
'34 Ford sedan
2 Setts harness-one new
2 Saddles and 2 bridles
1 Set blacksmith tools
2 Gas pumps
2 Big grease guns
2 Small grease guns
1 High pressure centrifugal pump
1 Cream separator
Some grain hay
1 Registered Palomino Stallion
1,5 Registered Palomino Mares
6 Registered Palomino Geldings
Buckskins; 5 Sorrels; 1 Spotted
mare; 1 Albino mare
About 40 head of hogs
Household Goods
1 1949 Shelvador Refrigerator
1 Oil-burner kitchen range
1 Coleman circulatinq heater-larqe
Dining room table and six chairs
and items too numerous to mention
Wm. MANESS, Owner
111 I BOB RUNNION, Auctioneer
Certification has been made by
the department of elections of
Oregon's general election ballot
in November. Copies were pre
pared to send to county clerks
early this week. Withdrawal of
Joe E. Dunne as an independent
candidate for govenor narrowed
the race down to Austin Flegel
(D) and Douglas 'McKay (R).
Three are in the race for U.S.
senate Wayne Morse (R), How
ard Latourette (D and Harlin
Talbot (Prog.) For congress in
1st dist., Walter Norblad (R) is
opposed by Hoy Hewitt (D); in
the 2nd, Lowell Stockman (R) is
opposed by Vernon Bull (D);
three are opposing Homer D. An
gell (R), Carl C. Donaugh (D),
V. S. Albertson, (Prog.) and A. W.
Lafferty (Ind.);in the 4th Harris
Ellsworth (R) Is opposed by D.
C. Shaw (D). Rex Putnam, non
partisan, is unopposed for Supt.
of Public Instruction. Labor Com
misioner W. E. Kimsey (R) is op
posed by Howard Morgan (D).
I Earl C. Latourette, Walter L.
Tooze Arthur D. Hay and Hall
the supreme court bench. Carl
Warner is being opposed by Al
S. Lusk have no opposition for
len Carson in a write-in race for
justice of the supreme court to
fill the vacancy caused by the
death of Harry H. Belt.
A campaign of truth must be
brought to Communists all over
the world if modern civilization
is to avert another great war,
Governor Douglas McKay warn
ed Saturday in setting aside the
period from September 4 through
October 16 for observance by and
for the Crusade for Freedom in
Oregon. Governor McKay is hon
orary state chairman of the Cru
sade for Freedom.
'Under tested leadership," said
the governor, "it is a counter
movement designed to arouse in
the heart and mind of each Am
erican a true appreciation of the
struggle we face; seeking to
make the moral determination
of each of us apparent to the
ternational communism; carry
ing the truth of American friend
ship and Russian ruthlessness to
and of Russian ruthlessness to
the unfortunate millions con
stantly exposed to communist
Lexington Notes
Mr. and Mrs. George Allyn are
in the Willamette valley where
they were called by the death of
Mr. Allyn's brother, who was
struck and killed by an automo
Miss Dona Barnett and sister,
Mrs. Trina Parker returned Mon
day from a few weeks spent at
their summer home on the Met-
olius and in Portland.
P-TA was held Tuesday even
ing in the high school auditor
ium with the president, Mrs. Ar
min Wihlon, presiding. Mrs.
Maurice Groves is the new sec
retary. Mrs. Robert Davidson
was elected treasurer to fill the
vacancy left by Mrs. Glenn Grlf.
fith. Reports were made by the
membership chairman, Mrs. C. c
Carmichael and safety chair
man, Mrs. C. C. Jones. Other
chairmen appointed were Mrs.
Mark Rands, publicity; Mrs. O.
G. Breeding, refreshment; and
Mrs. Herman Green, hospitality.
The executive meeting will be
held October 3. A program on
safety was enjoyed, with the
Bluebirds under the leadership
of Mrs. Davidson, assisted by
Mrs. Bill VanWinkle. The fol
lowing girls sang a song, "Safe
ty," accompanied by Shir lee
Hunt, and the showing of clever
posters about safety rules. Bar
bara Steagall, Dora Sue David
son, Judy Wihlon, Judy Darn
ielle, Carol Palmer, Helen Win
ters, Jody Schwab, Linda Van
Winkle and Beverly Davidson.
Mr. and Mrs. W. E. McMillan,
Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Jones and Earl
Miller were La Grande and Cove
visitors over the week-end where
they attended the wedding of
Wilmerth Bristow and Floya
Bates of Cove.
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Darnielle
and son of The Dalles are visit
ing at the Newt O'Harra home.
Mrs. Ralph Jackson was call
ed to Lexington by the illness
oi ner motner, Mrs. Laura Scott.
Wilbur Stegall is a patient in
St. Anthony's hospital following
surgery on his knee last week.
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Griffen have
received word of the marriage of
their daughter Betty to James
Vann at Santa Ana, Calif. Mr.
Vann is a member of the U. S.
armed forces.
Flatt's Transfer
and Storage
Heppner Ph. 1 12
The Dalles Phone 2635
114 E. 2nd St
Insured Carrier.
"We Go Anywhere.Anytime"
Arrives at Heppner,
Lexington and Ion
For Pickup or
For pickup, call
Red & White, Heppner
Padberg Tractor, Lex.
Omar Rietmann, lone
Connecting Carrier for
Consolidated Freightwerys
Transferring &
Heavy Hauling
Padded Moving
U.PandN. P.
Penland Bros.
Transfer Co.
39 SW Dorion Avenue
Phone 338
Pendleton, Ore.
"There ain't no X."
"His name's spelt wrong."
"Do we count these votes?"
Just samples, these, of carri-
wichets and questions of David
O'Hara of the state department
ot elections has to clear when
befuddled judges and clerks
phone from voting precincts dur
ing late ballot counting hours.
To keep his slumbers peace
ful and to avoid ulcers he has
issued some common sense in
structions. "Consider the Intent of the vot
er," he admonishes, "as votes
must be counted even if an X is
not made or if the name of the
candidate is mis-spelled."
One contest, for supreme court
justice must be determined sole
ly by write-in votes. Allen G.
Carson of Salem is opposing Har.
old D. Warner of Portland.
During the 1949-50 school year
there was not a fatality in con
nection with the operation of
1,320 school buses in Oregon.
There were two deaths the pre
vious year, before the new school
bus laws enacted by the 1949
legislature went into effect.
Only four school children were
injured in school bus accidents
in comparison with 15 the pre
vious year. Captain Walter Lan
sing of the state police division
who heads the state's safety pro
gram, keeps all school buses
closely inspected, conducts driv
er training courses and enforces
the provision in the new law
which requires that all motorists
shall come to a complete stop
while school buses are loading
or unloading pasengers.
o '
WANTED 1000 deer to skin, cut
and wrap for lockers. Hepp
ner Market.
Dr. J. D. Palmer and family
spent the week-end of September
8-11 at the mouth of the Siletz
river enjoying the balmy sea
breezes and incidentally catch
ing some salmon. "Doc" says
they took a family vote on
whether to stay home and take
in the fair and rodeo or go to
the coast, and the coast won.
It is understood that Mrs. Jno
Cimmiyotti has sold her hold
ings on Rudio Creek.
For Men Who Know Values
ALIEN who know clothing values demand
-trx smart styling, quality materials and
expert workmanship. They realize that
these good qualities combine to produce
good looks, comfortable fit and drape, plus
long and satisfactory wear. And they know
from experience that they will find these
qualities in every suit which carries the
Curlee label. We are featuring the new
Curlee suits for fall and winter in a com
plete range of styles and sizes: and every
suit in th line is priced right. May we sug
gest that you come in and make your se
lection today?
4750 and 5250
Wilson's Men's Wear
The Store of Personal Service