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HEPPNER GAZETTE TIMES, HEPPNER, OREGON, THURSDAY, DEC. 9, 1926.
MRS. A. T. HEftEIM, Correspondent.
Practically all of the East End res
idents went to the home of Lee Mead
on Wednesday evening, Dec. 1 and
surprised him, it being his birthday.
At a recent Sunday school party a
great many announcements were be
ing made and as the crowd was ready
to leave Mr. Mead raised his hand
and said "I want to announce that
December 1 is my birthday." The oc
casion was too good to pass by so the
date was remembered. Everyone had
a good time playing games and var
ious stunts, and the luncheon which
the surprisers brought with them was
Mr. and Mrs. Everett Duggan enter
tained at a delicious dinner Sunday
evening. Guests were Miss Edna
Broyles, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Davis,
Mr. Rousch and C. Astor Smith.
Frances and Velma Shirrad of Wil
low creek have been visitors at the
Imus home over tha week end.
Miss Edna Broyles was a Portland
visitor Friday and Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. Freeman Fortier and
Norma were entertained Monday eve
ning at the Campbell home at Her
miston at a beautifully appointed
Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Olson and
family returned last Wednesday to
their home at Prescott after a pleas
and visit at the home of the former's
uncle, 0. B. Olson and family. Mr.
Olson, who is employed in a mill at
Prescott has been incapacitated for
several weeks because of an injury to
his foot, an oil barrel having fallen
on it. He will be laid up for several
Mrs. C. M. Beardsley came to
Boardman last Friday to get the rest
of their furniture which they have
had stored in Dingmon's garage, Mr.
Beardsley, who was superintendent
here last year, is an instructor in the
high school at Quincy, Wash., this
Mrs. Royal Rands entertained a
number of guests at luncheon Thursday.
Richard Dingmon who was so se
verely injured some time ago when
thrown from a speeder, returned last
week from St. Anthony's hospital in
Pendleton. He is able to be up and
about the house, but is still quite
weak. He suffered a slight concus
sion of the brain.
Geo. Agee has returned to his
home here after a prolonged absence.
He has been working for the state
highway department in the valley all
Nick Faler returned Saturday from
a three-weeks visit in Portland with
relatives and friends. This was a
combined business and pleasure trip
he having gone down when he shipped
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Davis and sons
were dinner guests at the home of
Mr. and MrB. Chas. Goodwin Thurs
The freshmen and sophomores had
a party Saturday night at the school
house. All had a pleasant time.
Mrs. C. C. Sargent and daughter of
lone were visitors this week at the
A. A. Agee home. She is an old friend
of the Agee family.
Geo. Agee was a Heppner visitor
Friday, returning Saturday.
Once more the members of the La
dies Aid draw a long, long sigh of
relief because the bazaar which en
tails an endless amount of work from
one year to the next is again a mat
ter of history, having been held Sat
urday night at . Root's hall. The
cooked foods made a delectable array
of delicious looking viands; there
was much lovely fancywork; the 'pic
ture gallery" with both local and na
tional celebrities, brought forth much
amusement, especially the pictures of
local people taken in bygone days.
The "country store" as usual was the
most popular place of the evening and
as usual there were not enough ar
ticles in it. That the youngsters en
joyed the bazaar was shown by their
vociferous manner and it has been
suggested that we have more conces
sions for the children next year. The
Aid wishes to express their apprecia
tion to Mr. and Mrs. Root for their
kindness in permitting the use of the
A woman employee of the Soldiers'
home at Walla Walla was on her way
to Southern California in a Ford
coupe for her vacation, and since her
time was limited she stepped on the
gas with such abandon that the car
tipped over twice and the driver was
bruised up quite badly. The car had
to be taken to Barlow's for repairs.
Mrs. Belle Leathers who has been
a visitor with her son and his wife,
Mr. and Mrs. Owen Leathers, left
Sunday for her home in Vancouver,
Verl Fan-ens was a visitor of Ted
Burnside last Saturday and Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Carey Hastings were
visitors in Hardman last week.
Misses Mary Gingrich, Anne Mc
Devitt and Edith Mickey were guests
of Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Bleakman
Oscel Inskeep is visiting his father
and mother, Mr. and Mrs. Ad Inskeep.
N. J. Madison bought a new 1927
Chevrolet coach last Friday.
Bill Brookhouser and family moved
into town Sunday. Their two chil
dren will attend school here this win
ter. Emit Johnson was a visitor in Hard
Lewis Cason came to Hardman on
Several Hardman people attended
the grade school program given at the
Rhea Creek Grange hall Friday.
George Hayden was in Hardman
The Hardman Parent-Teachers as
sociation is planning a bazaar to be
given Wednesday evening, December
22. Many attractive articles will be
offered for sale and chances on a quilt
will be sold. A program will be given
by the Hardman grade school in con
nection with the bazaar.
The play given by the Hardman
High school last Saturday night
proved to be a success as well as the
orchestra music which was played be
tween acta. The entertainment was
Residence property for sale; terms.
Sam Hughe. 2t.
Margaret Joyce of Alma, Nsbr.,
If the youngest school teacher In
Nebraska to hold a state certificate.
Only 15 years old, Miss Joyce Is a
graduate of high school and is now
teaching in a rural school. If iron
know of a younger teacher this
newspaper would like to receive
name and age.
"A Poor Married Man," the play
given by the Alpine High school on
December 3, proved to be a great
success. A large crowd attended and
all seemed to enjoy it very much. Be
tween acts the audience was enter
tained with monologues by Alex Lind
sey and Celatha Lambirth and a song
"Carry Me Back to Old Virginny" by
Jupiter Jackson or Bertha Sepanek
and a colored minister, Celatha Lam
birth. About $63 was taken in and
most of this is to be used to pay for
Many Alpine people have been at
tending the revival meetings at Pine
City and report fine sermons.
Mrs. Chas. Schmidt and daughter
Mildred and son Alfred were visitors
in Pendleton Wednesday.
Mike Sepanek and family were vis
itors in Echo Friday.
Mr. and Mrs. E. P. Bowman spent
Thanksgiving at the home of Dan
Several of the Alpine young folks
spent a pleasant evening at a dance
at Doherty's last Thursday.
Order them any day.
We prepare them
to suit the taste.
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LEXINGTON HI NOTES.
The high school girls have sched
uled their first game with the town
women next Friday evening. The
game will be played in the high
chool gymnasium at 8 o'clock. A
good fight is promised because both
teams are raring to go.
The junior girls' glee club present
ed the operetta, "Cinderella," last
Friday evening. Mrs. Johnson, one
of the high school teachers, played
the accompaniment. The leader. Miss
Alexander, with the cooperation of
all the grade school teachers is to be
highly commended for the success of
Lhe operetta, the first of its kind to
be given by the grade school this
j ear. Wilford Ward sang two selec
tions between the first and second
acts, Ray Lucas gave a recitation
SUNDAY and MONDAY, DEC. 12-13
between the second and third acts,
and Grace Burchell sang between the
last two acts. A large crowd turned
out and were well pleased.
LEXINGTON GIRL HONORED.
Oregon Agricultural College, Cor
vallis, Dec. 18. Maxine Gentry of
Lexington has bene elected to the
honor co-ed hockey team of the col
lege. The team is selected by coaches
and captains of the class teams at the
end of each season from outstanding
players of the season. Skill in play
ing the position, faithfulness in prac
tice, and good sportsmanship are the
basis of selection. Miss Gentry is a
senior in vocational education at the
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