Heppner gazette-times. (Heppner, Or.) 1925-current, January 22, 1981, Page SIX, Image 6

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    SIX -The Heppner Gaiette-Tlmes, Heppner Oregon, Thursday. January 22, t8l
Sifting through the TIMESJ
Fifty Years Ago
The banquet and party held
at the Parish House at the
culmination of the recent
American Legion member
ship contest was attended bv
120 Legionnaires and their
ladies and Auxiliary members
and escorts. Hie banquet
prepared and served by mem
bers of the losing team was
followed by a short musical
and speaking program.
The musical program fea
tured Miss Charlotte Woods,
Harvey Miller and Miss Helen
Falconer. Speeches were
, given by C.W. Smith, district
commander, and by S.E.
Notson, district attorney.
The annual librarian's re
port shows that 2,238 books
were circulated in the past six
months. The report read by
Mrs. Arthur McAtee revealed
that the library association
here now owns 800 books and
currently has 149 borrowed
from the state library.
It was announced that
maintenance of the library
will be largely provided this
year by a grant of $250
provided by the city.
Mrs. Lucy Rogers, board
president, announced the fol
, lowing committee personnel:
finance, Walter Moore, Mrs.
Dick Wells, C.W. Smith;
maintenance, Jasper Craw
ford, Mrs. Jesse Turner, Mrs.
W.O. Bayless; books, Sara
McNamer, Mrs. W.P. Ma
honey, Mrs. W.O. Dix; librar
ian, Mrs. A. McAtee, Mrs.
Russell Pratt.
Chas. H. Latourell, Ford
dealer, announces the follow
ing prices effective, Monday,
January 19, 1931: DeLuxe
Roadster, $475; Phaeton. $435:
Roadster,$430; Sport Coupe,
$500; Town Sedan, $630;
Station Wagon, $625: Model A
Chassis. $340, Model AA Truck
Chassis, 131 H-inch wheelbase,
$495; Modell AA Truck Chas
sis, 157-inch wheelbase, $525.
All prices F.O.B., Detroit,
Michigan.
Twenty-Five Years Ago
Morrow County became the
first beef county in Eastern
Oregon to receive a modified,
certified Brucellosis-free rat
ing when Dr. A. G. Beagle,
agriculture research service,
Portland, presented the
county with its certificate at
the annual banquet of the
Morrow County Livestock
Growers Association at the
fair pavilion last Saturday
night. Mr. and Mrs. Frank
Anderson were presented the
"Cattlemen of the Year trophy
by Herman Oliver, John Day,
past president of the Oregon
Cattlemen's Association.
County road crews have
completed widening and re
placing old timber under
passes on nearly a mile of the
lower Willow Creek Road in
preparation for surfacing and
oiling approximately six miles
of the road this coming
summer, Garnet Barratt,
county judge, said this week.
New officers of the county
Livestock Growers Associa
tion are Gerald Swaggart,
treasurer, N.C.Anderson, sec
retary, William Barratt, vice
president, and John Graves,
president. Raymond French
is the outgoing president.
4-H leaders from this county
will be among the four
hundred estimated to attend
the annual 4-H leaders' confer
ence which will be held at
Oregon Satate College, Jan
uary 25, 26 and 27.
Members of the Bookworms
met Tuesday night and were
guests of Miss Leta Humph
reys at the Star Theater. They
enjoyed seeing the musical
"Brigadoon," taken from the
book of the same name which
had been reviewed by Miss
Humphreys earlier in the
year.
Members attending were
Mrs. Jack Flug, Mrs. W.E.
Hughes, Mrs. Cornett Green,
Mrs. J.O. Turner, Mrs. James
Thomson, Mrs. Harry Dinges,
Miss Humphreys, Mrs. Fred
Parrish. Hiss Lulu Hager,
Mrs. Ted Smith, Mrs. Floyd
Jones and Mrs. Lucy Peter
son. Refreshments were ser
ved at the home of Mrs. Jack
Flug after the show.
Five Years Ago
The membership of the
Soroptimist International of
Heppner will present an
aquariun in honor of Dr. L. D.
Tibbies to the Pioneer Mem
orial Hospital Nursing Home.
Four men charged with
butchering a bull on Boeing
land last week were arraigned
in Justice Court Thursday on
charges of theft in the first
degree. They were bound over
to the grand jury and taken to
jail in lieu of bail.
The annual stockholders
meeting of the Federal Land
Bank Association, Pendleton,
was held at the Indian Hills
Motor Inn, Jan. 14. Re-elected
to three-year terms on the
bonrd of directors were Milton
Morgan, lone, and Richard
Wilkinson, Heppner.
Marlon Abrams. June Field
and Justine Weatherford
spent most of Saturday. Jan.
17, In Pendleton with other
library people at n workshop
at HMCC. Umutilla County
Librarian John Swltzer ar
ranged an interesting and
educational program for the
school and public librarians
from Umatilla and Morrow
Counties.
Kimee llaguewood, Hep
pner High School senior, was
the first plnce winner In the
SoroptlmlHt Youth Citizenship
Award contest In the local
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Boneless Beef
Round Steak
USDA Choice
Hygrade Chili RollSrE...
Breakfast Strips Firebrand. 12-oi. Pkg.
Quarter Ham Curemaster, by Hormel . . .
Sliced Ham or Pastrami 2Tk0ey
,03.49
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Canadian Brand Stick6m.?Jd:rwl2.49
Hygrade Lunch Meat .. 1.19
Fresh Medium Oysters!0.0
Prices Effective
January 21 Thru
January 27, 1981
We Reserve the Right to Limit Quantities
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Frozen
Drumsticks
Each
5 lb. Box
Buddig's Chipped
Meats
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2-oz. Pkg.
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Beef Round
Tip Roast
lj lb.
Swift'ning Shortening, M.79
Hunt's Tomato Pastes 35c
Mazola Corn Oil Margarine Wb 79c
High Yield Coffee Automatic Drip or Regular, 39-oz.. . '6.29
Swift'S SOUP Starter Assorted Varieties. 6 to 9.3-oz. ...... 1.D9
Post Grape Nuts Flakes M.35
AIpo Canned Dog Food Assorted varieties. 14.6-oz 35
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Western Family
Ice Cream
Assorted
Flavors,
Half Gallon
100 Pure
range Juice, 64-oz
$139
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Darigold
Yogurt
VOGUFlT Assorted
fArfw M Plavors,
8-oz.
Kraft Colby or Redskin Wisconsin
Midget Horn Cheese
.$25S
Oxydol Powdered
Laundry Detergent
Cascade Automatic
Dishwasher Detergent
2
85
oz. .
$259
Personal Size Ivory
Bar Soap 700
Pkg. of 4 Bars W
Comet Cleanser
With Tough Stain
Formula, 14-oz.
35(
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Minute Maid Chilled
Orange Juice l
Head & Shoulders Sure Solid
Shampoo
9
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Deodorant
Regular
Unscented
2-oz. size
7u. Tube or
11-oz. Lotion
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Prell Shampoo $070 Sure Anti-Perspirant $059 Sure Deodorant
or tS-07. Lotion Uncn1od, fro
Rol On. Regular
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$009
EAO'S THRIFT WAY
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 Dally 8 a.m. to 9 p.m.
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