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HEPPNER GAZETTE TIMES, HEPPNER, OREGON. THURSDAY, NOV. 21, 1929.
MRS. JENNIE E. McMURRAT,
Hester Jane Akera, wife of Ralph
Akers, died at a hospital in The
Dalles, Friday morning, November
15, at the age of 42 years and 8
months. Funeral services were held
in the Christian church in lone
Sunday afternoon, November 17,
and interment was made in the I.
O. O. F. cemetery. The Rev. Paul
DeF. Mortimore, pastor of the
church at Gladstone, who was for
merly pastor of the church here,
hsd charge of the funeral services.
Mrs. Akers was born near lone
in the year 1886. She was married
in October, 1907, and united with
the Christian church in 1915. Her
death came following a lingering
illness. She leaves to mourn her
loss, her husband, two daughters,
four sons, her mother, Mrs. Mary
Ball, seven brothers and four sis
ters. The church was not large enough
to seat the friends who gathered to
pay the last tribute of respect to one
they had known and loved. The
floral offerings were many and very
beautiful. Reverend Mortimore
chose as the Scripture reading, First
Corinthians, 15, and as his text,
Psalm 116, 15 "Precious the
sight of the Lord is the death of
His saints." A mixed quartet sang
two numbers, and the solo numbers
were by Mrs. W. E. Bullard and
Rev. Mortimore. The pall bearers
were Ted Troge, Lee Howell, Edison
Morgan, Bert Mason, Emit Swanson
and Tom Grabill.
The sympathy of the entire com
munity is extended to the sorrow
Mrs. R. E. Harbison of Morgan
was called to Gresham Wednesday
of last week by the death of her
sister, Mrs. Lulu Horning, wife of
C. O. Horning. Funeral services
were held on Thursday and inter
ment was made in Lincoln Memor
ial Park cemetery. Mrs. Harbison
returned to her home Friday.
Mrs. Clarence Nelson returned
last week from Portland where she
had been staying for some time in
order to be near her husband who
is a patient in the Veterans' hospi
tal. Mr. Nelson is improving in
health and in six weeks' time ex
pects to be able to return to his
C. A. Beck, who was formerly in
business in lone, is now located at
Jack Ferris returned Thursday of
last week from his hunting trip in
to Idaho. He brought with him a six
point elk, weighing six hundred
pounds. There were four in the
hunting party of which Mr. Ferris
was a member and their starting
point was Kooskie, Idaho. They
had a very enjoyable time, and
Jack's friends here enjoyed his gen
erous gifts of elk meat, which was
to most of us a rare treat
Mrs. Oscar Cochran returned last
week from a pleasant visit with her
daughter, Mrs. Sam Warfield, who
resides at Peck, Idaho.
Rev. Paul Mortimore held preach
ing services in the Christian church
Sunday evennig. On Monday he and
his wife visited with Mrs. Morti-
more's people in Lexington and on
Tuesday they returned to their
home in Gladstone.
Mrs. Alice McNabb is visiting
with her daughter, Mrs. Gus Reed
Miss Elizabeth Rhoten spent the
week end in Portland. She was
joined there by her mother, whose
home is in Salem.
Mrs. Charley Nord of Portland
was greeting her many friends here
on Saturday. Mrs. Nord, who sev
eral weeks ago underwent an oper
ation in a Portland hospital, has
been convalescing at the home of
her sister, Mrs. Mary Pieffer In Wal
la Walla, and was on her way home.
Mr. and Mrs. Brose Ford of Pen
dleton spent the week end in lone
visiting in the homes of Mrs. Ford's
sister, Mrs. Helen Fan-ens, and her
brother, Blaine Blackwell.
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Buschke and
family drove to Heppner Monday
evening for a brief visit with Mr.
Buschke's sister, Mary Buschke,
who was visiting with her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Ben Buschke. Miss
Buschke departed Tuesday for her
home in San Jose, Calif.
Mr. and ilrs. Lee Howell and fam
ily motored to Pendleton for Ar
mistice Day. They were accompan
ied by Mrs. Howell's mother, Mrs.
Mary S. Barlow, who remained in
Pendleton for a more extended visit
with her son, Ora L Barlow. ,
We are all looking forward with
happy anticipation to the school
carnival which is to be given in the
gymnasium Friday evening, Nov. 22.
Miss Norma Swanson is at home
again after a pleasant visit in Port
land and Salem.
Huston Bryson has returned from
a trip to California.
Lloyd Fletcher returned home on
Wednesday of last week. He has
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at Wenatchee, Wash.
Mr. and Mrs. John Cochran have
gone to Yakima, Wash., for a visit
with their two daughters.
The oil burner which was recent
ly installed in the lobby of the lone
hotel was the cause of a fire there
early Saturday morning. Mr. Smith
first started the oil burner and then
went to the kitchen to start the fires
there. When he returned he found
that the oil was feeding too fast
and the blaze was getting well un
der way. The wall behnid the stove
was damaged somewhat, and a hole
was burned in the lineoleum. The
greater damage was from smoke
and soot in the upper rooms.
Mrs. Glen Farrens of Hardman,
Mrs. Ellen Brenner of Portland and
Miss Pearl Ball of Seattle were in
town the first of the week, called
here by the death of their sister,
Mrs. Ralph Akers.
The Past Grand club of the Re
bekah lodge held its regular month
ly meeting at the home of Mrs. Ada
Brown on last Friday afternoon. At
this time the ladies finished the
quilt which they have been making
for the Odd Fellows home. Besides
the hostess, Mrs. Brown, there were
present Mrs. Etta Bristow, Mrs.
Delia Corson, Mrs. Lena Lundell,
Mrs. Oda Rankin, Mrs. Mary Swan
son, Mrs. Arvtlla Swanson, Mrs. El
la Davidson, Mrs. Etta Howell, Mrs.
Delia McCurdy, Mrs. Mary Shaver,
Mrs. Gladys Drake. Mrs. Bernice
Blackwell and Mrs. Clara Howk.
The minstrel show by the "Ethio
pian Knights" which was to have
been sponsored by the senior class
of the high school, and given Mon
day evening in the gymnasium, was
forced, through some misunder
standing, to give its program in the
Odd Fellows hall. The Odd Fellows
received 25 per cent of the pro
ceeds. Those who were there re
port a good show and a goodly num
Monday night was the coldest
night for the season. The ther
mometer registered nine above ze
ro at six o'clock Tuesday morning.
RUTH BENNETT, Correspondent
The McDaid family visited with
the Bill Doherty family of Juniper
last Sunday. '
Miss Helen Bennett was home
over Sunday at her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. G. L. Bennett
Miss Dorris Lambirth was a guest
of Juanita Nirschel Sunday night
A large number of the Alpine
folks enjoyed the carnival at Pine
City last Friday night.
Miss Peggy Thompson visited
You will find hee many small items that will
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duing the cold spell: Sheep-lined
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Miss Celatha Lambirth is now go
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Don't forget that on next Farm
Bureau night December 7th, at the
Alpine school house, there will be a
good program and a box supper fol
lowing. The boxes are to be auc
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the community Christmas tree. Ev
erybody Is welcome and all the la
dies are requested to bring boxes.
There will be different schools take
part in the program, Alpine, Pine
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Mrs. G. L. Bennett and Juanita
Nirshel were in Heppner Saturday.
Alex Lindsay went to Hermiston
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Mrs. Lindsay and son Alex were
the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Moore
head on Sunday.
Lawrence Doherty was a visitor
at Pat Curran's Saturday.
Bernard Doherty and Edmund
Hirl are helping pick turkeys for
Bill Doherty this week.
Miss Dorothy Doherty was absent
from school Monday.
Doherty"s sheep returned home
from the mountains Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. Thompson and
daughter Peggy were in Pendleton
Alex Lindsay had the misfortune
to hurt his hand last Sunday.
or leave orders at
Phelps Grocery Co.
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