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Heppner Gazette Times, Thursday, May 10, 1951
Observed Sunday By
Mrs. Gene Cutsforth entertain-1
ed several ladies at a sewing beei
Thursday afternoon at her home.
Those attending were Mrs. Irvin 1
Rauch, Mrs. Kenneth Nelson, Mrs.
Delwin Nelson, Mrs. Bob Kilken
ny, Mrs. Gene Majeski, and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Munkers
attended the wedding of a niece
in Baker Sunday.
Mrs. Wm. Van Winkle Jr. had
the misfortune to cut her fore
finger quite badly last week.
Mrs. Bill Marquardt entertain-,
ed with a dinner at her home
Sunday honoring her parents'
25th wedding anniversary. The
three tiered cake was decorated
with white roses, doves, silver
leaves and topped with a minia
ture bride and groom. Present
unrp VranUlin MpSPnppr. FrpKnO
Calif.; Mr. and Mrs. Truman Mes-1
senger and family from Ord
nance; Mr. and Mrs. Claud Coats,
Mr. and Mrs. Zearl Gillespie, and
E. T. Messenger, all of Boardman
Mrs. Frank Hammell, The Dalles
Mr. and Mrs. Davenport, Walla
Walla; Mrs. Wm. Zinter and son
lone; Mr. and Mrs. Homer Hugh
es, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Mar
quardt and son Carl and Miss
(H HI II 11 Itll I II 1 1 Ml HUH Will
For the 191 Graduate
SAMSON ITE LUGGAGE
Ladies' Train Case - - - 17-50
Ladies' Vanity - - - - 17-50
Ladies' Overnight - - - 19-50
Ladies' Wardrobe - - - 25-00
Colors: Green, Saddle Tan, Ivory
Men's Overnight - - - 17-50
Men's Two Suiter - '- - 25 00
Colors: Saddle Tan, Rawhide
... No Charge For Initials. . .
Jantzen Tee Shirts
The Kind the Boys Want!
NEW SPRING COLORS
55c 75c 85c
$1.00 $1.25 $1.50
WHITE AND COLORED
Hickok Belts Western Shirts
INITIAL AND PLAIN $4.95 $9.95
$1.50 $4.00 f
San Juan Slacks
Billfolds by Hickok $9-95 $19.95
$3.50 $8.50 WILSON'S MEN'S WEAR
. "The Store of Personal Service"
May 5 to 19
. May 5 to 19
Gas Range Round Up
I will allow up to $100 for good gas ranges on any of the following appliances:
Norge Electric Ranges
Norge Refrigerators . .
Hamilton Dryers . . .
Siegler Oil Heaters '
Complete Stock to Choose From
Round Up Ends May 19
L. E. DICK
Iris Miller, Mr. and Mm. L. G.
Wetzel and family of Lexington
and the honorees, Mr. and Mrs.
Truman Messenger Sr. and their
children Betty, Carroll and Jerry,
Miss Inez McFadden visited
over the week-end in Boyd.
Mrs. Eugene Majeski returned
Monday from the hospital in
Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Wagonblast
wer e The Dalles visitors a couple
of days last week.
Mrs. Barbara Heliker of The
Dalles visited at the C. C. Jones
The board of directors and the
chairmen of active committees
of the Lilian C. Turner Founda
tion held a meeting at the school
Wednesday with the following in
attendance President Paul Brown
and Mrs. Brown, Mrs. Al Fetsch,
Orville Cutsforth, Pine Thorn
burg and Mrs. C. C.Jones.
Consider Plans For
By MILLIE WILSON
John Day baseball team came
to Monument last Thursday, but
again proved to be too much for
the local squad. However, it was
an interesting game to watch.
Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Holmes
are moving from the Fred Page
place to the Fred Gassner place .
down the river.
Clifford Adams of Bend was
here last week holding Stanley
parties, to introduce his Stanley
products. His sister, Ouida Cork,
will be his agent in this territory, j
Betty Simas and Mary Lee Les-,
ley, Ona May Leathers and Ethel
Leathers held parties last week.
This week, Joava Enright and
Pearl Stubblefield will have
A meeting was held Tuesday
night to consider ways and
means of providing water for ir
rigation for the town of Monu
ment. Like all public projects, it
takes a lot of planning before
anything can be done. At least
it is a step in the right direction
for the people here surely need
A Monument Co-operative As
sociation meeting was held at
the grange hall Saturday eve
ning. Every one present signed
their shares over to the REA. The
long-waited-for REA power will
soon be on its way.
A meeting of the county court
and all concerned with the pro
posed road to be built up the
river from Monument was held
in the grange hall Saturday. Ev
eryone feels confident that all
land owners will be satisfied and
the road will go through.
Mrs. Lydia Capon entertained
the MMM club at her ranch home
Thursday. Mrs. Lois Hill was co-
hostess. Mrs. Georgia Capon was
tne guest or honor. Mrs. Louise
Fleming and Mrs. Grace Stirritt
carried off the prizes. Mrs. Mar
tha Matteson won the white ele
phant brought by Delsie Sweek.
Refreshments of cake, coffee and
ice cream were served by the
hostesses. The next meeting
which will be the last this sum
mer, will be at the home of Mrs.
Clara Strecker. It is hoped that a
good crowd will be out.
A dinner in honor of Rev. and
Mrs. Harris who plan to leave
Monument in the near future unc
served at the grange hall Tues
day. Mrs. Lula Spttle was a husinpsc
visitor in John Day Thursday.
Mrs. Nora Rover marto a huci.
ness trirj to Portland last weplr
Mrs. Darlene Boyer took her to
Dayville where she caught the
bus to Portland.
John Kine and wife of Lonr
Creek visited at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. Harry Capon. John was
a Student in Mnnumpnt hitrh
school when Mrs. Capon was the
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Cork got
1500 babv turkevs this week. Mrs
Mildred Johnson of Bend is here
helping to get the baby turkeys
started. She is Cork's sister.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Steen and
baby of Seattle are visiting Mr.
and Mrs. Harold Cork this week.
Mrs. Bill Morgan has been
quite ill at her home near Monu
ment. Mr. Morgan is a patient at
the veterans hospital in Portland.
Daisy Simas, Ellen Patzer and
Pat Brenner were business visit
ors in Pendleton Saturday. They
returned home by way of Her
miston and Heppner.
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Riechen of
Portland spent the week-end with
their daugter and family, Mr. and
Mrs. Harry Cork and children.
The HEC is sponsoring a dance
after the graduation exercises on
May 18. Everything will be do
nated and the proceeds will go
to little Johnnie Musgrave who
is suffering from an incurable
disease. He is now in The Dalles.
His mother and father are with
Laura Lee Shank spent Sun
day at the ranch with her father,
MOVE TO PORTLAND
Mrs. Jack Forsythe, accompan
ied by Mrs. B. C. Forsythe of Cas
cade Locks, drove up from Port
land Tuesday to be on hand for
loading out the Jack Forsythe
furniture for removal to Portland.
Jack now bears the rank of cap
tain in the Air Transport service.
He has been located at Portland
since reentering the service and
may remain there for a year. On
the other hand . he might be
moved out within two months. ,
Rangers Office Open
Offices of the supervisor and
ranger offices at county seats
will be kept open for half day on
Saturdays beginning Mayl2, ac
cording to an announcement by
C. M. Rector, supervisor of the
Umatilla national forest. Rang
ers offices at Heppner, Walla
Walla and Pomeroy will be open
from 8 a. m. till noon with one
person on duty to serve the pub
lic. Likewise, the supervisor's of
fice in Pendleton will be open
from 8 a. m. until noon. Hereto
fore all offices were closed on
The action is in furtherance of
the national policy to provide
service to the public on more
than a five-day week basis dur
ing the national emergency.
The Gift That Says
"I'll Always Remember"
Roses for Mother . . . they're a wonder
ful tradition a gift from the heart,
they say more than words can tell. Far
above the commonplace, they say not
just "what does she want?" but "how
best can I tell her I love her?"
Heppner Flower Shop
For Busy Shoppers
Remember your very best
girl friend Sunday
GOWNS .... SLIPS ....
LINGERIE . . . HANKIES
PURSES ... A SCARF
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. . . and seat yourself
at the counter in our
cool inviting store !
Then enjoy one of our
Can't you just feel
that smooth ice cream
sliding down? And
taste those wonderful
Saager flavors? What
a pick-up on a hot
Or a cool fountain