Heppner gazette-times. (Heppner, Or.) 1925-current, November 10, 1927, Page PAGE SIX, Image 6

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A dance was given at the Mike
Marshall home Wednesday evening.
All reported a good time.
Mr. Duncan of Willows was visiting
on the project Thursday.
Mrs. I. Skoubo was taken seriously
ill Wednesday and was rushed to
Portland. Friday morning she was
operated on for appendicitis. Mr.
Skoubo returned Saturday from Port
land stating she was getting along
On Wednesday evening, Nov. 2nd
the Rebekahs held a home coming
meeting. The invited guests were
Odd Kellows and wives along with a
few outside visitors. The evening
was spent in playing cards, Hallow
'n camea and stunts. A delicious
supper was served at a late hour.
A small amount of road work is be
ing done on the west side of the pro
Mrs. Dan Ransier, Mrs. Chas. Atter
bury and Mrs. H. B. Calkins attend
ed the bridal shower for Miss Mary
Frank at lone Tuesday.
Atree has been visiting his
,., Mr and Mrs. A. Aeee. He
i omnloved at Newberg.
E. Kunze and Mary and Ruth went
to Kennewick, Wash., Monday on bus
Mr. and Mrs. Lewis have returned
from a pleasant trip east, visiting
Tennessee and other eastern points.
Mr. Kunze sold his herd of cows
to Mr. Duncan of Willows.
Mrs. J. R. Johnson delightfully en
tertained for the silver tea of the
Ladies Aid at her home Wednesday
Twentv-five ladies attended the meet
ing. A eood time was reported. Mrs,
R. Davis sang a solo and Hallowe'en
eames and stunts were other enter
taining features. The ladies who as
sisted Mrs. Johnson were Mrs. Davis,
Mrs. Cramer. Mrs. L. G. Smith and
Mrs. Faler.
Oscar Smith and Hans Nielson left
Mondav for Vancouver, Wash. Mr,
Smith has some potatoes to dig and
then will return to resume work on
the baler.
Eck Warren was home over the
week end from Condon.
A carload of registered Holstein
cows are being shipped to the River
view Farm on Blalock Island.
Monday, Oct. 31, Irene Agee and
Dale Hubbell were married 1:1 Hepp
ner by Rev. Bower. Mr. and Mrs.
Agee, parents of the bride, accompar.
panied the couple to Heppner. Mr.
and Mrs. Hubbell will make their
home on the Boyle place on the ea3t
side of the project.
Monday, Nov. 7, a group of young
sters gathered at the Chaffee home
to remind Allan of his 9th birthday.
After playing games Mrs. Chaffee in
vited the youngsters in for a delicious
Cal Irvin is home for a few days
while F. Brown is moving from
Bear creek to Mitchell. Mr. Brown
has a new road contract at Mitchell.
Miss Juanita Leathers, who is
teaching at Echo, spent the week end
at the home of her brother, Owen
Neil Kniehten drove to .Vancouver,
Wn., this week where he will visit
with relatives and friends. He will
also visit Monmouth before return
Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Robinson and
Miss Blanche Howell visited in Mon
ument on Saturday and Sunday.
The Rebekah lodge of Hardman
as very clad to have several mem
bers of the. Heppner Rebekah lodge
s quests last Tuesday evening. Af
ter the meeting retresnments were
served and games were enjoyed by
Plansie being made for a Chnst
as bazaar given near Christmas by
the Patron-Tecaher association.
Mr. and Mrs. Owen Leathers and
Carl Leathers visited in Monument
this week end.
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Webb of Walla
Walla were visiting relatives here the
past week.
-Mrs. Maggie Bowers nas returned
to lone after worKing ine summer
for Mrs. R. E. Harbison.
Mr. and Mrs. Bert Palmateer and
Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Harbison were
the dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. H.
0. Ely Sunday.
Mrs. Pat Medlock went to Walla
Walla Sunday to visit for a time.
Mr. and Mrs. Orval Cutsforth of
Lexington were calling on Mr. and
Mrs. Pat Medlock Sunday.
A few of the Morgan people attend
ed the rodeo at Lexington Sunday.
Bob Lowe of Cecil was calling in
Morgan Sunday afternoon.
Mr. and Mrs. N. E. Pettyjohn were
calling on Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Eckle
berry Sunday evening.
Mr. and Mrs. L. Funk and daughter
left last week to find a place of lo
cation for the winter.
Mr. and Mrs. Warren Crutches of
Brightwood are visiting Mr. and Mrs,
Ott Lindstom and family.
There was an automobile wreck on
Horseshoe Bend Sunday morning. No
one was seriously hurt..
will be held the first of next week.
Boys' basketball practice will be
gin next Monday. Mr. Johnston will
be the coach again this year .
Girls' basketball practice will be
gin next Tuesday, under Mrs. Johns
ton as coach.
"Home Talent," that is what you
are going to see when you attend the
three one-act plays at the school
auditorium, Thursday afternoon at
3 o'clock. These plays were written
and directed by senior and junior
girls, in connection tith their Eng
lish work.
The characters of "Poor Johnny,
written by Ruth Dinges and Erma
Duvall, are:
John, whose mother calls him
Johnny Tom Healy
Betty, who believes in revenge
Delorus Crowell
Mrs. Brown, a typical American
mother Mary Healy
The characters of "Never Again,"
written by Gwen Evans and Eula Mc
millan, are:
Betty Brown, a modern flapper
Neva Warner
Jacqueline Gibbs, naughty but
nice Opal Stapleton
Geraldine Jones, too many dates
Fay Gray
Ellen Mclntire, just inquisitive
Veda Bundy
Ruth Anderson, a girl friend....
Emerald Padberg
Neta Smith, very popular
Vura Breahears
Miss Wright, faculty squealer
Jeanne Patterson
The characters of "Dreams," writ
ten by Dorris Wilcox and Elsie Tuck
er, are:
Ilenriette, who learned her les
son before she got it
Glayds Graves
Bob, her brother who helped in
dreamland Emmitt Kuns
Mac, who also helped to give her
a lesson Maurice Reaney
Aunt Louise, who only helps the
others to help .... Ruby Padberg
Jim Leach and Harold Eskelson are
the stage managers.
Case Apartments. 32-4
Motorists Warned of
Danger to Children
Although the menace of the care
less child at play is somewhat les
sened by the resumption of schools,
the State Motor association issues a
warning that there is a oarticular
eed of caution to assure the safety
of children during the hours when
the youngsters are on the way to and
from school.
School children, late in the morn
ing and running blindly to school, or
just released from school in the af
ternoon with all the pent up energy
of a child free from restraint, must
be considered with the greatest care.
No matter if the motorist be late
for an appointment or however press
ing the need for haste, slow down at
the first approach to a school zone
and keep a cautious eye on every
child. Individually or in groups,
children move with speed and n
abandon impossible for adults. It
only takes a moment for the impet
uous youth to bring about an unfor
tunate accident.
Every motorist should watch out
for the safety of th school child and
govern himself as if every approach
ing boy or girl meant to run in front
of his car.
Lexington School Notes.
Freeman Hill went to Portland last
Friday morning and returned Monday
The seventh and eighth grade girls
are practicing basketball. The team
will soon be organized and ready to
clash with other grade teams. Mrs.
Turner is their coach.
Every Friday morning the grade
school has an assembly, and one of
the rooms puts on a program. Miss
Read's room put on the program last
week and Miss Gingrich's room will
have the honor this week.
Several of the pupils are planning
to attend the Christian Endeavor
convention this week end at Heppner.
"Tea Toper Tavern" has been se
lected as the high school play to be
given on December 9, 1927. Tryouts
Derating UlUJf
Ntw SchtduU Effective Sept. 5th
Lr. Arlington n:iea.m. IKSfp.m,
Arrival Timt Theim Pointa:
1:01 p. m. Xsfo p. m.
3:3 p.m. 4:00 p.m.
4:OS p. m. S :10 p. m.
SMfp.m. 7:10 p. m.
It. Arlington p. m. if 0 p. m.
Arrival Time TA Pointa:
t:fi p. m. 10:1 p. m.
440 p. m. ll:so p. m.
Connection nt Pendleton with
Pendleton-Walla Walla Stages
Arlington Hotol
See Railroad Agent
at various points
en route for tickets
and information
Sperry homina pigeons are freely ai
to women's clubs, local organizations and communities as
message carriers to help in announcing important events.
Ask your nearest Sperry representative.
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