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Heppner Gazette Times, Thursday, April 19, 1951
Yet, you do save time and work when
you follow the Larro Pullet Plan. Only
two mashei and two grains. No hand
feeding of grain, after the 12th week.
Only one change of mash and one
change of grains. No tapering off or
mixing of mashes. Just feed Larro
Chick Builder for the first 12 weeks,
then change to Larro Egg Mash. We'll
be glad to give you the -details.
Morrow Co. Grain Growers
Itrs Sure a Pleasure
to work in a kitchen that Is
equipped fully with a
Stove, Refrigerator. Washer
They are plentiful now, and
NOW is a good time to buy.
You remember the
recent post-war situation ....
Don't be one of that long list of
Heppner Appliance Co.
Dependable Radio and Refrigeration Service
Several Boardman ladies mo
tored to Portland April 11 where
they attended the Institute Gen
eral Federation of Women. Going
were Mesdames Ronald Black,
W. E. Garner, Chas. Anderegg,
Frank Kunze, Dewey West Jr., W.
E. Turner, Jack Milligan and
B oardman high school base
ball nine took victory over Uma
tilla nine on the home field Fri
day with a score 6-0.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Marlow
Harold and Darrell aslo Mrs.
Marlow's nephew Jimmie New
man attended funeral services of
Mrs. Marlow's uncle, John Hartle
in Pendleton Friday.
Mr. and Mrs. Russell Miller and
Roy Ball attended thefuneral of
Glenn Farrens in Heppner Friday
afternoon. Mr. Farren's was Ball's
brother-in-law. and an uncle of
Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Archer and
children of Portland stopped in
Boardman Saturday. Mr. and Mrs.
Archer went on to J. H. Pruters
in Kennewick, Irene remaining
with Lorna Shannon and Alfred
Jr. at the home of Billie Getz.
Home Extension met at the
grange hall in all day session
Monday. Topic was floorfurnish
ngs under the leadership of Mrs.
Maude Casswell and Mrs. Russell
Mr. and M rs. Arthur Allen
left Thursday for San Diego to
visit th eir son Gene before he
leaves for Japan. Gene is in the
U. S. navy.
Sunday guests at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. Leo Root were their
Mrs. Vernon Root and two sons.
son and daughter-in-law Mr. a new
Several members attended the
pot luck dinner and public in
stallation of officers of McNary
Legion Post No 7042 Sunday. Of
ficers installed from here were
conductress, Mrs. Earl Briggs;
Mrs. Edd Kunze, guard; Mrs. Algy
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Ferguson
of Irrigon have moved their trail
or house to the Leonard Bedord
place. The Ferguson children will
re main in urrigon unui ine iin
ish of school.
Stanley Hadley and Mr. Nobel
of Condon spent the week-end in
Blalock hunting arrowheads and
agates. Robert Harwood took
them to the island in the mo tor
Mrs. Allen Billings took her
young daughter Brenda to Monu.
ment Sunday where she will stay
with her grandparents, Mr. and
RESOLUTION OF THANKS
WHEREAS: The telephone
equipment at lone, Oregon was
for many years obsolete, and
WHEREAS: This grange re
quested the telephone company
to replace it, and
WHEREAS: On March 29 last,
new modern equipment with dial
service was put into operation at
lone and, lest we be quick to con
demn and slow to condone, now
BE IT RESOLVED: That we, the
members of Morrow County Po
mona Grange No. 29 at Lexington
assembled this 7th day of April,
1951, do hereby express our sin
cere appreciation to the Pacific
Telephone and Telegraph Co. for
the new equipment at lone and
for the excellent service it has
given to date.
AND BE IT FURTHER RESOLV
ED: That our secretary be in
structed to send copies of this
resolution to Pacific Telephone
and Telegraph Co. at Pendleton,
and to the Heppner Gazette
Resolutions committee: Henry
Baker, Mabel Allen, Burton H.
WILMA E. HOWTON,
Mrs. Chas. McDaniels for a few
The Greenfield grange home
economics club hats sanded and
is now putting on a hard finish
to the dining room floor.
Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Baker and
family of Hood River has moved
info the Wiley Brown house east
Mr. and Mrs. Max Vannoy of
Olympia, Wash., have taken over
the Toms Camp service station
from Vannoy's parents, Mr. and
Mrs. A. B. Vannoy. Vannoy will
still' be in charge of the repair
Boardman ladies aid met at
Mrs. Lowell S hattucks' W ednes
day afternoon 2:00 p. m., April
18. Subjectfor study was Korea
and the A merican Indian. Mrs.
Delia Faulkener and Mrs. Frank
Cole were hestesses.
Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Coxen for
mer residents of Heppner but
living at The Dalles now recent
ly received word that their son
Glenn has been promoted to the
grade of SjSgt He is located at
the 3200th Photographic Meas.
urements and Analysis, Elgin
Field, Fla. w here he is NCOIC
of the data reduction branch of
the analysis section.
Your Home Town Pa
per Only 3.00 a year
Roses, Bulbs and
In Good Supply
Heppner Flower Shop
but you cent buy belter!
Jounce, pftdi, and iwoy are fhingi of th. part when
you own a '51 Ford. That'i became Ford's new Auto
matic Ride Control telf-adiutt n nil fun.. f
roadt for maximum inwvUinii !'
look Ahead Ford feature.
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You can pay more
but you can't buy better!
rv 51 Ford "Looks Ahead" to bring you new Fordomatic
. . . neweij, imoornest, moil flexible Automatic
transmission everl The great new Fordomatic never lags,
givet you trigger-quick getaway and easy "rocking" in
now or mud. OpWmo on V- mod.l, at utre cod. '
r . 1 i r h , .
iv. 7.a an.aa, rora s elegance of style will rule the roadl
New "Color-Keyed" Fordcraft Fabrla, "Safefy-Glow"
Control Panel and new "Colorblend" Carpeting are all
custom-matched to Ford'i exterior colors.
can pay more
but you can't buy belter
43 "Look Ahead" Features
plus fORDOMATK Drive
. . . when you drive your
car, and without adequate
liability insurance a court
judgment could cost you
everything you own! Don't
risk being without full auto
liability coverage; the cost
is low, the need never great
er. Phone today.
Turner, Van Marter
39 SW Dorion Avenue
Mr. and Mrs. H. T. O'Donnell
for opening to the public your
We are happy to have had a share
in making over your establishment
to the finest food center in Mor
Settles Electric Service Roy E. Thomas
Electrical Installations Contracting Carpenter
. The Kalberer Company Portland
Equipment Installations and Arrangement
Gilliam Cr Bisbee John Swanson Pendleton
Plumbing Installations Painting and Decorating
Women Coats and Suits
Cross Dyed Gabardine
All Spring Suits
Not all sizes
Size 32 40, White
See Our Remnant Table . .
Loaded with BARGAINS
Rayon Crepe BLOUSES
Spring and Summer Prints
Odd Lots and Shade
Gay Mode NYLONS
45 Gauge 30 Denier
51 Gauge, 15 Denier
SPECIAL PURCHASE JUMBO
PLASTIC Garment Bags
15 garment size
metal frame, 36" Zipper Q f
openine, smart colors -fcvV
Cotton knit shorts
not all sizes
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