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Heppner Gazette Times, Thursday, November 30, 1950
Jim and Harvey Wright drove
down from Pullman where they
are students at Washington State
college Wednesday of last week
to spend the Thanksgiving holi
day with their parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Whltmer Wright. With them
was Miss Eileen Whall, also a
student at WSC but whose home
is in Kent, Wash.
It was a family reunion for the
William Kenagy's on Thanks
giving day. Their two sons, Ed
ward and Earl, an dtehir famil
ies and their daughter, Mrs. Ho
mer Rice and her family all ar
rived in Heppner in time for a
big turkey dinner. The following
day Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Lais of
Mollala also arrived for a week
The Great New
We are celebrating our Silver Anniversary with
A Car (hats out of this world
Yet within your reach
Watch for our Announcement of the Date
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MR. A. E- 6LIDEWELL
Public Accountant and Tax Consultant
Will beat Hotel Heppner (Lobby Office)
every Thursday -9 a. m. to 6 p. m.
Beginning Thursday, December 7
BUSINESS AND FARM ACCOUNTING
INCOME AND PAYROLL TAXES
FINANCIAL STATEMENTS & AUDITING
In establishing the Heppner office, it will enable
us to render a more efficient and convenient ser
vice to our clientele which we are already serving
in the Heppner area.
FRITZKE ACCOUNTING SERVICE
244 Main St. Phone 6441
By FLOSSIE COATS
Adolf Skoubo is a patient in
the veterans hospital in Portland
and will be there for several
weeks. He had a minor operation
and will have his teeth extracted
before returning home.
School again was in full force
Monday after the Thanksgiving
holidays. Several of the teachers
were out of town while others en.
tertained guests at home. Supt.
and Mrs. W. E. Meidinger motor
ed to Portland Thursday. Mr. and
Mrs. Walter Turner were guests
of relatives in Aloha and Ham
mond. Mrs. Ruth Studer was
with her parents in Portland. Mr.
and Mrs. Ronald Black had as
their guests Mrs. Black's brother
and wife, Mr. and Mrs. Crawford
Oveson and three daughters of
Lostine. Mr. and Mrs. Charles
McDaniel and Everett Hadley of
Reed's Mill were guests at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. Allen Bill
ings. Mr. and Mrs. John Partlow
and family were dinner guests at
the Willard Baker home, as were
Mrs. Adeline Baker and son
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Cole mo
tored to Portland for Thursday
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Harwood
returned Saturday from Kellogg,
Ida. where they were Thanksgiv
ing guests at the home of Mrs.
Harwood's aunt, Mrs. Myrtle
Mungers, and her cousins, Mr.
and Mrs. Leonard Churchill.
Dinner guests Thursday at the
Elvin Ely home were Mr. and
Mrs. Cliff Davidson and Lois of
Wenatchee, Mr. and Mrs. Harold
Dottson, Roseburg, Bob Ekleber
ry, Yakima, Mrs. Dean Ekleberry,
and children Dick, Shirley and
Cora; Mary and Jerry Ekleberry,
Hermiston, and Mr. and Mrs. El
don Lilly and son of La Grande.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Wilson
motored to Baker with their son
Ted for the Thanksgiving holi
days with Mr. and Mrs. Eldon
Wilson and daughter.
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Skoubo
and son Dickie and Mr. and Mrs.
I. Skoubo were dinner guests
Thursday at the home of Mrs.
Skoubo's parents, Mr. and Mrs.
B. E. Getchell in Hermiston.
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Skoubo and
son David returned from Clarks
ton, Wash, where they spent the
holidays with relatives.
Fred Smith returned Monday
from St. Anthony's hospital where
he was confined a few days re
covering from chest injuries re
ceived in a car wreck Friday.
Guests Friday and Saturday at
the R. B. Rands home were his
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Roval
Rands, Culver, his brother-in-law
and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Robert
Imperial, their three children.
Randy, Robbin and Rebecca, of
Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Tannehill
returned home Friday from a
three weeks vacation spent in
California. Enroute home they
were guests Thanksgiving at the
home of their son and family,
Mr. -and Mrs. Donald Tannehill.
Keith Tannehill joined them for
the Thanksgiving dinner in Port
land, returning with his parents.
Mrs. Charles Dillon left Satur
day for Gateway to visit rela
tives. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Califf (Elnora
Earwood) are moving Tuesday to
Antelope where Califf will oper
ate a farm.
Walter Hayes left Monday for
Pendleton to enter St. Anthony's
hospital for a physical check-up.
Brenda Billings, young daugh
ter of Mr. and Mrs. Allen Billings
left Monday with her grandpar
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Chas. McDan
iels and will remain for two
The following officers were
elected to serve the Greenfield
grange the coming year; master,
Hugh Brown; overseer, Ralph
Skoubo; lecturer, Mrs. Mabel
Forthman; steward, Frank Mar
low; assistant steward, Nathan
Thorpe; chaplain, Mrs. Leo Root;
treasurer, Mrs. Hugh Brown; sec
retary, Mrs. Frank Marlow; gate
keeper, Bill Forthman; Ceres,
Mrs. Arthur Allen; Pomona, Mrs.
Clyde Tannehill; Flora, Mrs. Hal
ley Williams; lady assistant
steward, Mrs. I. Skoubo; execu
tive committee, Clyde Tannehill,
musician, Mrs. Nathan Thorpe.
Governor Douglas McKay ap
pointed 44 delegates to the mid
century White House conference
on children and youth at Wash
ington, D. C, December 3-7. Thirty-two
of the delegates met with
the governor last week at the
Mrs. Sadie Orr Dunbar is chair
man of the committee.
TAX LOAD MUSHROOMING
Oregon's property tax bill
with the three counties of Mal
heur, Wheeler and Grant yet to
report, is running 7.25 per cent
higher than 1959, the state tax
commission reported Monday.
The state's property tax bill
has nearly doubled since 1946.
PLEDGES ALPHA ZETA
Walter Bergstrom, son of Mr.
and Mrs. C. F. Bergstrom of lone,
was pledged to Alpha Zota, Paci
fic university fraternity, recently.
Bergstrom, a freshman physical
education major, graduated from
lone high school where he was
class president for his last three
years, a member of the school
paper staff, and played football,
basketball, and baseball.
Mr. and Mrs. Hal Whitbeck had
as their guests 'for Thanksgiving
Mrs. Whitbeck's parents, Mr. and
Mrs. J. E. Barton and brothers
and sister, John, Bob and Gladys,
who came from Reedsport to visit
over the week-end.
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Padberg Tractor, Lex.
Omar Rletmann, lone
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Saturday, December 9
Rhea Greek Grange Hall
Old Time Dancing Modern Dancing
Admission, $1.00 Tax Inc. Supper served
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your holiday fable settings,
tool We have lots of excit
ing new suggestions and
lovely holiday flowers.
CONSULT US TODAYI
You'll find just the right
gift to tuck under the
Christmas tree at Heppner
Appliance . storel See our
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Percolators, Waffle Irons,
Electric Mixers, Irons, Elec
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Frigidaire Ranges, Washers,
Refrigerators, and Deep
Freezes; Zenith Radios, and
Duo -Therm Oil Heaters.
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STAR LID REPORTER
Admission prices afternoon and evening, unless specifically advertised to do otherwise Children I
Est. Pries .17, Ted. Tax .03, TOTATj ftOoj Grade and High School Students 13 years and overt Est.
Price .40, Fed. Tax. .10, T0TA1 50c; Adults i Est. Price .50, Fed. Tax .10, TOTAXi 60c Every Child
occupying; a seat must have a ticket.
Sunday shows continuous from lpm. Phone 1472 for starting time of the dif
ferent shows. All programs except Sunday start at 7:30 p. m.
Thurs.-Fri.-Sat, Nov. 30-Dec. 1-2
Lloyd Bridges, Osa Massen, John Emery,
Noah Beery Jr., Hugh O'Brien, Morris
The most amazing story ever filmed...the
screen's first story of man's conquest of
space! Four men and a girl on an expe
dition to the moon! Something new in
screen thrills. PLUS
Rex Allen, Teala Loring, Gordon Jones
From the plains of Arizona via the Na
tional Barn Dance program, comes a new
western star in a crackerjack western
e e e
It's time to do that Christmas shopping I
For Christmas this year give hours of
relaxation and fun. Give Gift Books of
Admission Tickets to this Theater. In
quire at the boxoffice.
Sunday-Monday, Dec. 3-4
THREE LITTLE WORDS
Red Skelton, Fred Astaire, Vera-Ellen,
Arlene Dahl, Keenan Wynn, Gloria De
Haven, Gale Robbing.
Based on the Lives and Music of Bert
Kalmar and Harry Ruby. A solid story,
talented cast, Technicolor photography
and toe-tingling songs...all neatly blend
ed into a wonderful musical!
ADDED: Shooting Salmon (River) Rap
ids, Bugs Bunny, Newsreel.
Sunday shows: 1, 3:20, 5:40 and 8 p. m.
Tuesday-Wednesday, Dec. 5-6
by William Shakespeare
Starring Laurence Olivier
The Motion Picture of all time...for all
time! Winner of 5 Academy Awards. No
increase in prices.
ONE SHOWING NIGHTLY. STARTING
at 8 P. M.
Thursday-Friday-Saturday, Dec. 7-8-9
Photographed in its entirety along Ore
gon's own Rogue River, in color, starring
Rory Calhoun and Guy Madison.. PLUS
Another of Tim Holt's exciting adventures
GIVE STAR THEATER SCRIP
BOOKS FOR CHRISTMAS $2.50