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Heppner Gazette Times, Thursday, May 24, 1951
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in town I 1
NORCROSS GREETING CARDS
Mry Flan Flower Shop
American Legion Hall
Music by Bud Orton
Admission: $1.00, 9:30 to 10:30 p. m.
$1.25, 10:30 on (per person, tax
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Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Skoubo
are the parents of a baby son
born Thursday May 17 at St.
Anthony's hospital, Pendleton.
This is their second child and
son. Grandparents are Mr. and
Mrs. I. Skoubo of Boardman and
Mr. and Mrs. B. E. Gethell, Her
miston. Mother and son returned
home Monday evening.
Kenneth Earwood who is with
the army air corps writes his pa
rents he has been transferred
from Texas to Santa Maria, Calif,
and is in mechanical school. .
Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Tannehill
motored to La Grande Saturday.
Returning with them Sunday
were their daughter-in-law and
two granddaughters who attend
ed Baccalaureate services Sun
Betty Hudson of Arlington is
spending the week at the home
of her aunt, Mrs. Earl Earwood
and also with a cousin. Mrs. Bill
Week end guests at the home
of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Cole were
their son and daughter-in-law,
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Cole and
family of Sheridan, Oregon.
Mr. and Mrs. Russell Miller
motored to Portland Saturday re
Mrs. Armin Huer motored to
La Grande Friday taking her mo
ther, Mrs. Katie Bickford to her
home after ten days here.
Several Boardman Garden club
members attended the flower
show in Umatilla Saturday. Mrs.
Chas. Anderegg and Mrs. Claud
Coats poured and Mrs. Leo Root
was at the reception desk during
the Boardman hour.
Mr. and Mrs. H. O. Ely of Mor
gan, and Mrs. Eldon Lilly and
son of La Grande were out-of-town
guests at Baccalaureate
Sunday evening. Mrs. Lilly and
son will remain over until after
Commencement Thursday and
be at the home of her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Elvin Ely.
Mr. and Mrs. V. C. Akin and
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Whitman were
called to Boise Friday by the
serious illness of Mr. Akin's and
Mrs. Whitman's father. Mrs.
Whitman remained to be with
her mother and the others re
turned home Sunday evening.
E. T. Messenger spent the week
end in The Dalles at the home
of his son-in-law and daughter,
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hammel.
Mr. and Mrs. Russell DeMauro
and daughters of Hood River
were week-end guests at the
homes of their parents, the I.
Skoubos and at Irrigon with the j
Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Wilson, Mr. I
and Mrs. Chas. Anderegg and i
daughter Barbara motored to !
Pendleton Sunday and had din- j
ner with Mr. and Mrs. Peter .
According to word received
here Gunnar Skoubo who is with
the 4th infantry has left for Ger
many. Mrs. Skoubo who has been
in the east with her husband will i
return home via train. I
Mrs. Truman Messenger Sr., '
Mrs. Truman Messenger Jr. and '
Mrs. Billie Marquardt and dau
ghter Norita of Lexington spent
Monday afternoon at the Mess
enger, Coats and Gillespie homes.
Eighth grade graduation was
held Wednesday in the school
auditorium. County Superinten
dent Henry Tetz of Heppner was
the speaker. Class members were
Nancy Califf. Charlotte Graham,
Sharon Fussell, Carol Hamilton,
Dorothy Taylor, Jack Mulligan,
Jimmie Newman, Elroy Waldron,
and David Miles. Preceding the
exercises the mothers served a
fried chicken dinner to the par
ents and members of the class
in the school cafe
will be in charge and deliver the
dedication sermon. Special music
by the choir, Oliver Creswick di
rector. Sunday church school 9:45 a.
m. A class for every age. Also
adult Bible class and Youth Fel
lowship class at same hour. Mrs.
Lucille Owens, Bible class teach
er and Mrs. Tom Wells, Youth
Choir practice 7:30 p. m. Thurs.
Mid-week prayer service 7 p.
Womans Society of Christian
Service first Wednesday of month
at 8 p. m. Suzanna Wesley Cir
cle of WSCS meets third Wed
nesday of month at 2:30 p. m.
Daily vacation Bible school be
gins at 9 a. m. June 4
ASSEMBLY OF GOD
Pastor SHELBY E. GRAVES
Sunday, 9:45 a. m. Sunday
school the whole Bible for the
11 a. m. Worship service.
7:45 p. m. An inspirational ser
vice. No matter what your spir
itual condition, you will enjoy
and be blest by this service.
Tuesday 7:45 p. m. Bible stu
dv and prayer meeting at lone.
Thursday Bible study and
prayer meeting. "Prayer changes
VALBY LUTHERAN CHURCH
Services at 11 a. m. Sunday,
May 27 (daylight saving time).
Sunday school 10 a. m.
Rev. E. J. Saknson of Colton
will be in charge.
ALL SAINTS MEMORIAL
Holy Communion 8 a. m.
Church school 9:45 a. m.
Morning prayer and sermon,
L. G. Wetzel. Pastor
"If we do not stand for some
thing we may fall for anything.""
Sunday, May 27 Bible school
9:45 a. m. Classes for all. Wor
ship service 10:45 a. m. Out by
Evening Bible study 8 p. m.
Tuesday, 8 p. m. Youth for
Wednesday, 8 p. m. Prayer
service and Bible study.
CHURCH OF CHRIST
R. J. McKowen, Pastor
Services Sunday: 9:45 a. m. Bi
ble school, with classes for all;
C. W. Barlow, superintendent. 11
a. m., morning worship and com
munion. In the evening (8 o'clock) the
sound motion picture, "Reaching
Heaven" will beshown. Everyone
is cordially invited to see this
highly recommended picture.
This will be Mr. McKowen's
last service here.
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Doolittle and
son Paul of Portland spent the
week-end here with his parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Lester Doolittle.
Mrs. John Iliatt and Mrs. Clive
were hostesses at a surprise
handkerchief shower on Monday
evening, honoring Mrs. Floyd
Adams at her home. Other la
dies present to help Mrs. Adams
enjoy her birthday were Mes
dames J. O. Turner, Cliff Doherty,
Harold Cohn, Harvey Wilhite, L.
A. Humphreys, Esther Burnside,
Chas. Hodge Sr., M. R. Wightman
and Misses Nancy Adams and
Peggy Wightman. Mrs. Earl Gil
liam and Mrs. Alva Jones were
invited but unable to attend.
VE YOU HEARD,
J. PALMER SORLIEN, Minister
Morning worship and dedica
tion service at 11 o'clock. Dr. J.
M. Adams, district superintend
ent of the Portland conference,
29 of 'em
in sizes 9 to 24y2
with light and dark
prints to choose from.
. . . and the price . . .
THINK OF THAT!
We really do want to
clear them out be
cause we need the
space they are taking
up on the racks.
All Sales Final
... FOR CASH . . .
WILL YOUR CROP
Hail comes so quickly
and with such finality
. . Play the game safe
. . INSURE NOW!
Hail Insurance costs
It had to happen I We have been hoping to avoid an increase in admission prices
in spite of all operational expenses continually climbing but bang I Up went our
rent and that was the straw that broke the camel's back. The new prices will be: ...
ADULTS) Est. Price 58c. Fed- Tax 12c TOTAL. 70c; STUDENTS: Est Price, 38c,
Fed. Tax 12c Total 50c CHILDREN: Est Price 17c; Fed. Tax, 3c, Total 20c.
ALL CHIILDREN OCCUPYING SEATS MUST BUY TICKETS
Sunday shows continuous from 1 p. m. Phone 1472 for starting time of the dif
ferent shows. AU programs except Sunday start at 7i30 p.m. Box Office open every
evening until 9:00.
Thursday-Friday-Saturday, May 24-25-26
THE FULLERBRUSH GIRL
Lucille Ball, Eddie Albert, Carl Benton
Reid, Gale Robbins, Jeff DonnelL Je
Exuberant, madcap humor, moving al
ways at a fast pace!
Raiders of Tomahawk Creek
Charles Starrett, Smiley Burnette in one
of the best of the Durango Kid westerns.
Sunday-Monday, May 27-28
THREE GUYS NAMED MIKE
Jane Wyman, Van Johnson, Howard Keel,
Barry Sullivan, Phyllis Kirk. Anne Sar
geant Jeff Donnell
A four-star cast that's all for fun! The
life, loves and laughs of a gorgeous air
Also, THE WANDERER'S RETURN, the
story of present day Israel, the history
of the land, its religious and political
significance, filmed in excellent Techni
color in the country itself.
Tuesday-Wednesday, May 29-30
NEVER A DULL MOMENT
Irene Dunne, Fred MacMurray, William
Demarest Andy Devine, Gigi Perreau
Adapted from Kay Swift's story of central
Oregon, "Who Could Ask for Anything
More?" ... how wild can the West be? A
Park Avenue gal caught off guard ... a
Rodeo champ makes the most of it! You
take it from there! All thks and Irene
Thursday, Friday, Saturday, May 31-J. 1-2
John Derek, Diana Lynn, George Macrea
dy, Alan Hale
Intriguing Robin Hood story filmed in
A Rocky Lane western.
Re-routing Long Distance circuits-one of the many interesting, vital jobs for women in the telephone business.
THE GIRLS BEHIND EACH TELEPHONE "HELLO"
Theirs are important jobs and they do them well
1. Here's one business where the spotlight's really
on women. Because of the nature of telephone work,
nearly two out of every three telephone people are
women a high percentage. And they must be capa
ble, well-trained women to handle your calls effi
ciently and serve you well in our offices. We train
them, at our expense of course. And they earn good
money in this important work.
3. It would be hard to imagine work for women
today more important than a job in our nation's tele
phone service. For now, more than ever, our country
needs swift, reliable communications to help speed
the job of defense. And it's reassuring to know that
in these days of high prices on most everything, you
still get a bargain when you buy telephone service.
Here in the West, on the average, telephone rates are
up less than half as much as the cost of living.
2. Practically every sort of job-from accounting
to teaching-can be found in our business. In ad
dition to good pay, the girls have the security of the
company-paid Benefit Plan and enjoy holidays and va
cations with pay. All know they have a good chance
to advance as their ability grows. Perhaps the best
evidence of the importance of women to us is that
hundreds have management jobs.
Price increases since 1940
FOOD UP 138
IN TERRII0RY WE SERVE
Your telephone is one of
today's best bargains