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Heppner Gazette Times, Thursday, June 21 , 1951
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Barlow and
family are guests at the home of
his sister, Mrs. Truman Messen-pcr.
Mrs. Wiliam Zinter and Mr.
and Mrs. Truman Messenger vis
ited at the Truman Messenger Jr.
home in Ordnance Monday.
'i TQuD you war to roll ,
THOSE WINDOWS UP TOO FAST
Can Cost foil
your Future Earnings
. . . and probable oil
of driver' license
under the Financial
For Complete details, call or inquire at toe office of
WIghtman Agricultural Service
108 N. Main St., Heppner, Oregon
Dan Cupid Makes
Three Strikes At
Lex During Week
The last week Cupid has been
quite busy. Wayne Paplneau and
Donna Robinson, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Robinson
were married in Dayton, Wash.
The bride wore a white off the
shoulder frock with red eyelet
trim. They will live in Lexing
ton. The groom is employed at
Heppner Lumber Co.
Robert Buchanan and Betty
Vann, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Jack Griffin were united in mar
riage in Prosser, Wash. The bride
wore a white net dress with a
brocaded satin top. After a short
honeymoon they will reside at
Ordnance. The groom is the son
of Charles Buchanan.
Miss Dorothy Loury of Prine
ville and John Edwards, son of
Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Edwards,
were married at Walla Walla.
The bride wore a yellow street
dress and a brown orchid cor
sage. They will live here.
Lexington Campfire girls, their
guardians and counselers are at
home after a week spent in Cove.
They camped at the Christian
church grounds. They enjoyed
swimming in the Cove pool; do
ing hand craft and hiking. Going
over were Pat McMillan. Phyl
is and Beverly Nolan, Shirley
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 i 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 CH1ILDREN OCCUPYING SEATS MUST BUY TICKETS
Sunday shows continuous from 1 p. m. Phone 1472 or starting time of the dii
ierent shows. All programs except Sunday start at 7:30 p.m. Box Office open evory
evening until 9:00.
Friday-Saturday. June 22-23 If it's
tion you want come and get it I
John Barrymore Jr., Chill Wills, Lois But
ler, John Archer in an outstanding sa
ga of the old frontier; filmed in Techni
color, with sweeping backgrounds, un
usual dialog and high calibre perform
Hills of Oklahoma
Rex Allen, Elizabeth Risdon, Elizabeth
Frazer. Roscoe Ates. Fuzzy Knight
That new cowboy sensation in brand new
Sunday-Monday. June 24-25
THE MATING SEASON
Gene Tierney, John Lund, Miriam Hop
kin Thelma Ritter, Jan Sterling, Larry
Keating, Cora Witherspoon
A very funny picture about the Mother of
the Groom! It has been called the sur
prise enchantment of the year. Thelma
Ritter, as the Mother of the Groom, is the
grandest thing that has happened to the
ac- movies in a long time!
Tues.-Wed.-Thurs., June 26-27-28
JOHN WAYNE as the skippepr of the sub
marine that threw an underwater up
percut for Uncle Sam! With Patricia
Neal, Ward Bond, Scott Forbes, Phillip
Friday-Saturday, June 29-30
Joel McCrea, Shelly Winters, Paul Kelly.
Elsa Lanchester, John Emery. Marie
Windsor, John Russell. Regis Toomey
He's got the West's most desperate out
laws on one side and lace trimmed
dynamite on the other!
Rider From Tucson
Tim Holt Elaine Riley, Douglas Fowley,
Veda Ann Borg in a hard-punching
Cool as a Breeze
Summer time is Cotton time . . . The newest light-as-air
fashions are made of washable cottons . . . Here are popu
lar numbers for play days
Cottons Cater to Coolness
Sleeveless blouses in summer
sheers Cool, soft, washable
TWrv rlnrh short, rnhfts. shorts
Airy hi-cut blouses with em
broidery outlining neck and and bras.
Hunt, Deanna Steagall. Joan
Breeding, Betty Lou Messenger,
Pat Steagall, Maurine Groves, In.
ez McFadden, Nancy Harrah. Ca
rol Ann Palmer, Charlene Jones.
Karen Christian, Judy and Betty
Darnielle, Janice Martin, Janice
Wetzell, Barbara Steagall, Dora
Sue and Beverly Davidson, Mar-
tha and Maureen Doherty. Accom
panying them were Mrs. Robert
Davidson, Mrs. Bernard Doher
ty, Mrs. George Irvin, and Mrs. !
C. C. Jones. While there Mrs.!
Jones ran a stick in her eye and
had to be taken to La Grande to
Miss Marilyn Munkers, daugh
ter of Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Mun
kers, is visiting an aunt in south
Pfc Charlie Padberg is enjoying
a furlough at the home of his
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Orris Pad
berg, from an army base in Cal
ifornia. O. G. Breeding, Mr. and Mrs.
Bert Breeding and Mr. and Mrs.
Carl Breeding returned Sunday
from northern Washington where
they attended the funeral of a
Miss Dona Barnett and Mrs.
Trina Parker have returned after
a few weeks spent on the Meto
"Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Jones return
ed from Portland where they at
tended the state grange.
Mr. and Mrs. Art Hunt were
The Dalles visitors Monday.
School election was held Mon
day afternoon. Elwayne Peck
and Millard Nolan were reelect
ed to the school board.
Mrs. Emma Breshears is on
the job at the post office after
being on the sick list.
Mrs. A. F. Majeske and daugh
ter Pat are in Portland where
Pat is taking examinations prior
to entering nurses training.
Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Ansted
and small son are visiting her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Ma
jeske. They make their home at
Miss Ruth Varies of Utah a
recent graduate of Stanford uni
versity is staying at the Messen
ger home while conducting the
Christian Bible school.
The thee-links club held their
regular meeting at the A. F. Ma
jeske home last Thursday with
seven members present with the
vice president, Rena Marquardt,
Mr. and Mrs. Fred King (nee
Edith Edwards) of Spokane vis
ited over the week-end with her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Ed
For The Family
White Twill Shorts
Faded blue denim
Denim Short Slack
Matching Bra .
Wired so cool
1.98 Shirt & Short Set
For little boys
.79 Twill Smartalls
Cotton for summer
Boys 1 to 3
98 "T" Shirts
r-asy io iud
Plisse Sport Shirts
Short Sleeves, no ironing
For little tots
Wide selection of Fabrics, Colors
For the little girl
For junior boys
AO & .79 Men's Polos Cool, Com- 7Q
tJO JL fortabk Cottons iU
J.98 New Arrivals (Jg
Plaid Sport Shirt
For men Cool, crisp cottons
qs Rajron Sport Shirts
Good looking, and how they
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