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Heppner Gazette Times, Thursday, November 30, 1950
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By DELPHA JONES
The Lexington school safety
patrol is being organized and
there will be an installation of
officers at 2 p. m. Friday in the
school auditorium. Bill Labhart,
state patrol, Sheriff C. J. D. Bau-
man and Judge Garnet Barratt
will act as installing team. The
Pudiic is urged to attend the
meeting. At the same time the
freshmen will put on a movie
ana mere will be other entertain
ment. The movie is scheduled for
1 p. m.
Lexington teachers' wherea
bouts during Thanksgiving vaca
tion: Mr. and Mrs. Cyrus Balser
and daughters to Walla Walla,
Colfax and Spokane; Mr. and
Mrs. Marie Kands to Portland;
Mrs. Sorlien and Mrs. McClintock
to Heppner; Mr. and Mrs. Carl
Schwab spent Sautrday in Pen
dleton attending the football
game between Pilot Rock and
The town team held their first
basketball practice Monday eve
ning and are planning a full
schedule with lone, Echo, Hepp
ner, and Hermiston, making up a
P-iA was held Tuesday even
ing in the school auditorium with
Mrs. Wilbur Steagall presiding.
The program was a short skit on
the United Nations, with the fol
lowing women taking part: Mrs.
Wm. VanWinkle Jr. Mrs. Palmer
Sorlien, Mrs. George Irvin, Miss
Ida Buchanan and Miss Pat Ma
jeske. Others on the program in.
eluded piano solos bv Pat Mc
Millan, Charlene Jones, and three
musical numbers by Ida Bucha
nan and brother Charles, accom
panied by a trio of girls doing
the vocal, Phyllis and Beverley
Nolan and Shirley Hunt.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Bloods
worth spent the vacation at Enterprise.
Mr. and Mrs. Newt O'Hara
spent the holidays with their dau
ghter and family, the Roy Dar
nielle's in The Dalles. Others pre.
sent were Jack O'Harra and wife
Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Warner
and family of Portland and the
Clarence Hayes family of Corval
lis were guests at the Earl War
ner home over the week-end.
Mr. and Mrs. Claude Way of
Burns were holiday visitors at
the Dan Way home.
Miss Ida Buchanan, daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Buchan
an, has gone to Capistrano, Calif,
where she will remain for some
Miss Edith Edwards of Spo
kane visited her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. A. M. Edwards during the
Mr. and Mrs. Herman Green
have as their guests the Joe
Green children of Pendleton while
the mother is recuperating at
home with the new baby.
Mr. and Mrs. Armin Wihlon
and family are vacationing In
The Lexington Campfire girls
(3) groups are having their an
nual vesper service at the Chris
tian church Dec. 6 with several
special numbers and some vocal.
The minister in charge will be
Rev. Sorlien of Heppner.
CHURCH OF CHRIST
R. J. McKowen, Pastor
Sunday services: 9:45 a. m.,
Bible school, with classes for all.
C. W. Barlow, superintendent. 11
a. m., morning worship and com
munion. Evening worship, with
song service and evangelistic
message, 7:30 o'clock.
The young people will meet at
5 p .m. this Sunday (the first of
the month) for their social ses
sion before the devotional meet
ing at 6:30.
Thursday night, choir practice
at 7, followed by Bible study and
prayer meeting at 8.
It has been decided to hold the
Bible school Christmas program
on Friday night, Dec. 22. Save the
FOUR PERSONS HURT
A head-on collision at Board
man Sunday resulted in injuries
to four DPrsons. A 1950 Merriirv
sedan driven by Berkeley L. Da
is of Pendleton collided with a
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running wofar raqulramanU. A
pfcorw toll will bring t le yor
home-where we'll help yen chooM
Hm right MYERS Watar Syrian) far
your needi. Barter ttill, itop la and
taa oar fun ranga of MYERS facta
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tamt. Wa tarvka all rnako of pumpt.
Well (eciprocotlaa 1
1910 Chrysler driven by Vollie B.
Sutton of Willits, Calif. Davis re
ceived a broken arm, Fern Sut
ton, a passenger in the Chrysler,
received bad foot injuries, and
both Vollie B. Sutton and Mar-
lene Lieuallen, a passenger with
Davis, received minor cuts and
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piled up at the same time . . . and a
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John Deere Equipment reconditioned
before the busy season.
Now . . . while your equipment is not
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Remember Our shop offers you trained
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ALL SAINTS MEMORIAL
Holy Communion, 8 a. m.
Church school, 9:45 a. m.
Holy Communion and sermon,
11 o'clock. This Sunday being in
the advent season, marks the be
ginning of the church year.
In keeping with the importance
of the day, all members of the
congregation who can possibly
do so, are expected to make their
communion at one of the services.
Week day services: Holy Com
munion, Wednesday at 10 a. m.,
Friday at 7:30 a. m.
Choir practices: Girls choir on
Wednesday at 4; adult choir on
Thursday evening at 8; boys on
Friday at 4.
Boy Scouts Wednesday evening,
7:30 to 9.
ASSEMBLY OF GOD
Pastor Shelby E. .Graves
Most of our sorrows spring from
forgetfulness of God.
9:45 a. m. Bible school. Soul in
11 a. m. Worship hour.
7:15 p. m. Singspiration.
8 p. m. Evangelistic message.
7:45 p. m. Tuesday, Bible study
in lone Pentecostal church.
7:45 p. m. Thursday, Bible
study and prayer meeting.
We give you a hearty welcome
to attend these services.
J. Palmer Sorlien, Minister
Morning worship and sermon
at 11 o'clock. Special music by
the choir, Oliver Creswick, direc
Sunday church school at 9:45
a. m. Oliver Creswick, superin
tendent. A class for every age,
beginning at three years old. Al.
so Youth Fellowship class and
adult Bible class.
Woman's Society of Christian
Service meets Wednesday, Dec. 6
at 8 p. m. at the Tress McClint
lock home. Mrs. McClintock and
Mrs. Carl Vincent, hostesses.
Suzanna Wesley Circle meets
the third Wednesday of each
month at 2 p. m.
Youth Fellowship rally at Her
We've been promised everything from
a TOMCAT to a LOCOMOTIVE!
Both might be at the big
Sat. Afternoon Dec. 2-1:30 pm.
Proceeds from every article sold will be given to the
Shrine Hospital for Crippled Children in Portland
Look at these!
2 Disc Drills -10 inch
spread and hitch
Brand new 20-foot Steel Cattleguard !
Bob says: "We're always gone over the top on every
community drive and I am confident this first annual
Shrine benefit sale will be no exception. ..Cash donations
YvH be gratefully accepted from those who desire to help
and who have no articles they wish to give."
Livestock donors wishing transportation for gift stock
should contact Floyd Worden, Heppner 13-F-13, or Bill
Smethurst, Lexington 4812.
We have promise of an abundance of things to sell, all
we need now is LOTS of BUYERS
See you SATURDAY at the Morrow County Fair
Pavilion in Heppner
miston next Sunday, Dec. 3, 3 to
7 p. m.
Choir practice at 7:J0 p. m.