Heppner gazette-times. (Heppner, Or.) 1925-current, December 18, 1980, Page TEN, Image 10

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    TEN-The Heppner Gtte-Times. Heppner. Oregon. Thursday, December !8,
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Fifty Years Ago
The Eastern Oregon Wheat
League meetings here last
week were attended by more
than 200 interested persons.
New officers elected by the
league included : president,
Harry Pinkerton, Moro; vice
president, James Hill, Pend
leton; secretary-treasurer, C.
W. Smith, Heppner; county
committeemen as follows:
Morrow, George Peck, Lex
ington; Gilliam, John Withy
combe; Sherman, Dewey
Thompson; Wallowa, A.G.
Bernstedt; Wasco, Frank
Emerson; Baker, A.V. Swift:
Union.Gilbert Courtwright;
Umatilla, Jens Tergerson;
Jefferson, Ward Farrell.
The plan to aid unemploy
ment as outlined by the state
unemployment commission,
headed by Governor Norblad,
was embodied in a letter read
to the Lions Club by its
president, C. L. Sweek. It
asked for cooperation of the
counties in registering unem
ployed laborers, with an
intention of using as many as
possible on state road work.
R.L. Benge, county judge,
reported on the convention of
county judges and commis
sioners in Portland and meet
ings with the state highway
commissioners and bureau of
public roads, which has just
allotted $75,000 for 4.4 miles of
grading on the Heppner-Spray
road for the coming year. G.
A. Bleakman, who also atten
ded the meetings, said it is the
intention of the forest people
to put a right-of-way clearing
crew to work on that road just
as soon as weather conditions
permit.
Twenty-Five Years Ago
Chamber picks new board:
elected for two-year terms
were Jack Bailey, Jack Angel,
Jack Flug, James J. Farley
and Bradley Fancher : chosen
for one-year terms were Dick
Brunner and Dr. Wallace
Wolff; carry-over members
are Phil Blakney, Newt
O'Harra and Al Lamb. Accor
ding to the by-laws of the
chamber the directors will
name the president from the
chamber's membership.
Ads show that Court Street
Market offers Christmas
hams for 45 cents per lb., and
beef roasts for 35 cents : sweet
potatoes at two pounds for 25
cents; dry onions five pounds
for 23 cents. J. C. Penney
suggests "Ladies better dres
ses at $1, $3, $8." Loyd
Burkenbine's Heppner Market
offers Armour Star sausage at
25 cents a pound and Armour
Banner sliced bacon at 39
cents. Wilson's Men's Wear is
selling top Pendleton blankets
for $16.95 and $25.
This week at the Star
Theater: "Gun That Won the
West," starring Dennis Mor
gan, Paula Raymond, Richard
Denning plus "The Left Hand
of God," with Humprey Bo
gart. Gene Tiemey, Lee J.
Cobb and Agnes Moorehead.
The Annual Free Christmas'
Show on Saturday, Dec. 17,
featured "Annie Get Your
Gun"-parents were encour
aged to "leave the youngsters
with us for an hour and a half
ad get that Christmas Shop
ping done from the splendid
stocks in local stores."
Five Years Ago
Morrow County Livestock
Growers conclude annual
meet. President Ed Brosnan
presented Paul Hisler, Sr.,
and Paul Hisler, Jr., with a
trophy as they were named
the outstanding Livestock
Growers of the Year. Approx
imately 125 people attended
the Farm-City luncheon where
a presentation was made by
the Soroptimist Club to Rachel
Harnett as Outstanding Wom
nnnf the Year and Virginia
Whitaker and LeRoy Gardner
were presented scrolls for
their contribution to the city:
both have remodeled their
stores during the year.
Don Ostensoe, one of the
meeting's speakers, brought
out that approximately 10
percent of Oregon's cattle
ranchers went out of business
'during 1975, primarily be
rcause they couldn't afford to
stay in business any longer
with the depressed prices they
were receiving for their cattle.
"Yet. in Oregon last year beef
consumption averaged 117
pounds per person, 9 pounds
over the national consump
tion. "
New directors nominated
and elivtiHl by the member
ship by a unanimous decision
were Tom Currin. Bob Ma
honey. Bob Van Sohnitick and
Paul Hisler, Jr. The livestock
meeting saw dnr stale offi
cers at tending: Bert Hawkins,
president of the Oregon Stale
Cattleman's Association: Ray
French, 2nd vice-president of
OCA: Henry Krehs. president
of the Oregon Sheep Growers
Association and Dorothy
Krehs. president of the Oregon
Sheep Growers Auxiliary.
Have Mel.eod. executive
director of the Morrow County
ASCS announced that mall
balloting elected Kenneth K.
Nelson, Lexington fanner, as
cnmniiltee member for three
vears: Tom m v Martin. Lex
ington farmer, first alternate
committee member for one
year; Robert A. Jones, Hepp
ner farmer, second alternate
committee member for one
year.
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Roast
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Western Family
Smoked
Boneless Ham
Whole Sliced or Unsliced
Water Added
5 to 9-lb.
Average
Hilt Ham
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Fresh Lean
Ground Beef,
100 Beef
Quick to Fix, Many Ways q
lb.
Normal's, Unsliced,
lour s. Whole,
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UUItJ 01 ndll ndlll Dry Cure lb.
1 Oil nl ll Arm
I 01 DUllClCbb ndlll Unsliced. 6 to 9 lb. Average lb
Brown & Serve Link Sausage SrffiS-orPkg.
$2.99
$2.19
M.19
Beef Sirloin Tip Steak SS .J2.29
Hillshire Rope Sausage ItZZ $2.39
Cooked Shrimp MeatSt?.r;..rB.B $2.19
Prices Effective
December 17 Thru December 24. 1980
We Reserve the Right to Limit Quantities
Tom Turkeys
Grade A
Frozen, 18 to 221b. Avg.
We have a full selection of
frozen and fresh turkeys -at
low, competitive prices.
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,..1.79
1.99
3.59
6.49
Braunschweigeri2o2 . e I .Ou
Armour
Sliced Bacon .
Oscar Mayer
Smokies 12 o.Pkg a.
Armour , ,
-, . Chubs, ?
I nuringer20oz.su8 oa
Armour Star
Canned Ham 3 tb. can ... , ea.
Oscar Mayer
Leg of Pork
Roast
Boneless
"7 lb.
f"J we welcome I If33 II
lillin rccDcrr VSl II
Real Chocolate Chips Western Family, 12-o. , , 1.79
Princella Cut Ya ms i6-oz 49
Krusteaz Buttermilk Pancake M IX 7-lb. . . 2.99
Ready to Spread Frosting S:uvr.c.?cn ,,,,. 1.25
Folger's Coffee Regular, Drip or Electric Perk, 3 lb. , . 7.99
Mrs. Butterworth Syrup360 2.19
Wesson OiUo, 2.65
Ivory Liquid Otthwathing Detergent, 22 oi 1.09
Dariqold
a. i w
Ready to Pour
Orange Juice
Assorted
Flavors,
Half Gallon
I 1
Western
Family,
64-oz.
MERRY CHRISTMAS
FROM ALL OF
US AT MEAD'S
THRIFTWAYS!!
Darigold Whipping Cream" 89c Darigold Half and Half-. 95(
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Kodak Kodacolor II
Color Print Film
$209
110-24 or
126-20
Time Zero
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I the Holidays
Sylvania
Flashes
Flip Flash Super 10
$i!49
Your
Choice
T-88 Square Shooter or T-108
Polaroid Film $529 649
CITE AD'S THRIFTWAY
NEW STORE HOURS:
Open Every Day 8 a.m. to 10 p.m.
305 S.W. 1 1th. Ave. (Buttercreek Hwy.), Hermiston
Umatilla - 71 1 H. Street - Open Daily 8 a.m. to 9 p.m.
COPYRIGHT (C) 1980 ASSOCIATED GROCERS INC . SEATTLE
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