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Heppner Gazette Times, Thursday, June 21, 1951
Your Home Town Pa per Only 3.00 a year
New and Used
Accessories, Tension Adjustments, Clean
ing and Repair on AllMakes
See HELEN E.RICH
for free demonstrations on new machines,
each Wednesday at Gilliam & Bisbee
Sea Lion Caves on highway 101
in Oregon are said to be the only
mainland sea lion rookery in the
world, and several hundred of
these mammals make it their
home throughout the year.
Sea lion pups weighing 30 to 40
pounds are born singly during
May and June at Sea Lion Caves
on the Oregon Coast highway.
The Oregon Vortex, off US
highway 99 near Gold Hill, was
known originally as forbidden
ground by the Indians, butnow
is visited anf wondered at by
thousands of people annually.
You can t get
production . . .
nor top profits . . . from your cows unless
they're in top condition. To safeguard their
condition, they need the full nutrient balance
that Larro Dairy Feed provides. It builds
strength and vitality ... it helps cows develop
husky calves and produce their full inherited
capacity of profit milk. Thousands of actual
Herd Check Profit Records prove that
Larro, fed the Larro Way, pays a handsome
profit over feed cost. Let us show you how
to get these extra dollars from your cows.
Morrow County Grain Growers, Inc.
I'VE INSURED MY GROWING GRAIN.
We can arrange proper and complete protec
tion on your growing grain . . don't delay . . .
See Us For
C. A. RUGGLES
P. O. Box 611 Phone 723
Now an Oil Burner Nozzle
can make this
Ask us about
FUEISAVING units and burners
Heppner Hardware & Electric Company
FOR ONE BIG DAY
GRAND PARADE AT 10 A. M.
(Prizes for Best Floats)
ATHLETIC PROGRAM ON TURF FIELD
(Immediately following parade)
Races for Adults : : Races for High School Age
Races for the Kiddies
Baseball and Softball Games
Heppner and lone Teams Competing
PICNIC DINNER ON TURF FIELD - 12 Noon
FIREWORKS DISPLAY AT 10:00 P. M.
Open Air Dancing on lone Tennis Court
to Rod Esselstyn's Music
CELEBRATE AT IONE!
D. West Jr. Willard
Baker Elected To
Board at Boardman
At the annual school meeting
Monday evening Dewey West Jr.
was elected director for the three
year term and Willard Baker was
elected tq fill the unexpired term
of one year left vacant by Jack
Mulligan's moving away. West
succeeded Robert Miller who was
not a candidate.
I. Skoubo was taken to Pendle
ton Wednesday to consult a phy
sician. Mrs. R. G. Bishop spent Thurs
day in La Grande at the Donald
Mrs. Frank Kunze and son Ed
die left Thursday for Portland
where she joined Mr. Kunze for
a week's visit.
Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Thornhill
and children spent the week-end
in Vancouver with relatives.
Mrs. John H. Walker and son
Dick left Friday for Salem where
they will spend a week with Mr.
Walker's parents. Mrs. Walker
and Dick flew from Pendleton to
Portland. This was the first plane
ride for Dick.
Mrs. John Partlow, Mrs. Ade
line Baker and Mrs. Zoe Billings
motored to La Grande Thursday,
Mrs. Partlow and Mrs. Billings
made preparations to enter sum
mer school at EOCE the following
Monday. Saturday Mrs. BiUings
took her young daughter F.renda
to Monument for the summer
with her grandparents, Mr. and
Mrs. Chas. McDaniels.
Dick Luhrs of Clarkston, V'ash.
I is spending the summer at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Skouoo.
Young Luhrs is a nephew of Mrs.
Cora Eckelberry of Hermiston
was a guest this week at the
home of her uncle and aunt,
Mr. and Mrs. Elvin Ely.
Ed Gillespie of Exeter, Calif,
spent Wednesday to Sunday at
the home of his son and daughter-in-law
Mr. and Mrs. Z. J. Gil
lespie. While here he visited Mrs.
Gillespie who is a patient at St.
Anthony's hospital. Sunday he
left for Othello, Wash, where he
will be at the homes of two oth
er sons, Arthur and Mike Gil
lespie. Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Forbe'i "ua
daughter of Ukiah moved their
household furniture into the
teacherage, going on to summer
school Sunday. Mr. Forbes will
attend the university and Mrs.
, Forbes will enter Oregon College
I of Education at Monmouth. He is
I the school superintendent and
she a grade teacher for the year.
Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Mallery
and sons Gerry and Jimmie spent
Thursday night at the home of
Mrs. Mallery's parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Claud Coats, leaving Friday
morning for Los Angeles where
Mallery will attend Navy Re
serve summer school for two
Dickie and Anita Garner re
turned home Friday after sever
al weeks with their grandparents,
Mr. and Mrs. H. R. Plum of Bend
who brought them home.
Delia Faulkner returned home
after a few days with friends
and looking after property in
terests in Glendale, Wash.
Mr. and Mrs. Eldon Lilly and
young son of La Grande spent
the week-end at the Elvin Ely
home. Returning with the Lil
lys Sunday was Ilene Ely who
will spend a week with them.
Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Veele, Gra
cia and Oscar Jr. and Sgt. Bob
Stewart motored to Glendale
Sunday and were guests of Mr.
Veele's nephew and niece Mr.
and Mrs. Laddie Goddard.
Several local folk have gone to
Walla Walla for strawberry pick,
ing. Sunday, Mrs. Ralph Skoubo,
Mrs. Ed Skoubo and Mrs. Earl
Downey picked over 200 pounds.
Mrs. Clyde Tannehill, Mrs. Arthur
Allen and son Gene and step
father, Roy Rordell, spent Tues
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Pakes of
Norfolk, Neb. were Monday eve
ning guests at the Clyde Tanne
hill home. Mrs. Pake and Mr.
Tannehill are cousins.
Mr. and Mrs. Nate Macomber
motored to Pendleton Sunday
morning where they joined the
Gilbert Petteys family going on
to the McKay dam where they
enjoyed the day at the boat races.
Mr. and Mrs. F. G. Small of
Portland arrived Monday and will
have charge of the Boardman
Supply store for a month while
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Parker are
Mrs. Nathan Thorpe and child
ren returned home Saturday after
several days spent at Union with
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Paul
Smith. Other guests at the Smith
home were Mr. Smith's brother
and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs.
Frank Smith of Seattle, also his
brother-in-law and sister, Mr.
and Mrs. Grover Wilson of Neva
da City, Calif. This is the first
time, in 20 years since Mr. Smith
has seen his sister.
Mr. and Mrs. Edd Barlow and
daughters Carma and Bonnie of
Renton, Wash, were overnight
guests in Boardman Sunday vis
iting relatives. They went to Pen
dleton to see Mrs. Gillespie who
is a patient in the St. Anthony's
hospital. From there the Barlows
journeyed to Heppner and Lex
ington to visit the Charles Bar
lows and Truman Messengers be
fore going farther south on vaca
tion. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Dull and
daughter returned to their home NOTICE
in Corvallis after a few days with
Mrs. null's narpnts. Mr anH Mro To our friends and customers:
Max Deweese. They also attended
the ordination of Dallas Dull into
the ministry of the Seventh Day
Adventist conference Sunday at
S & H green stamps will be gi
ven on accounts only when
paid IN FULL within the month
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