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HEPPNER GAZETTE TIMES, HEPPNER, OREGON, THURSDAY, DEC. 31, 1936,
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Mr. and Mrs. Harlan Devin and
two young sons of Condon were
Sunday visitors at the home of Mr.
Devin's parents, Mr. and Mrs. S. P.
Devin, thereby completing the ros
ter of all immediate members of the
family who enjoyed the day's re
union. Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Wheeler have
returned to their home at Pendle
ton after spending some time with
Mrs. Wheeler's mother, Mrs. B. F.
Swaggart, at the farm home north
east of Heppner. The Wheelers have
a photographic studio at Pendleton.
Mr. and Mrs. P. W. Mahoney spent
Christmas in Pendleton at the home
of Mrs. Mahoney's parents.
A. T. King of Kinzua was a guest
at the home of his daughter, Mrs.
J. V. Crawford, for several days
Misses Jeanette and Anabel Tur
ner spent Christmas at the home of
their parents, Mr. and Mrs. F. W.
Turner. Miss Jeanette is teaching
at Colton, Ore., while Miss Anabel
is attending business college in Port
land. Judge C. L. Sweek was in the city
for a short time yesterday, hearing
the pleas of Richard Lee and William
E. Armstrong, check artists, who
were each sentenced to two years in
the state penitentiary.
Orrin Bisbee arrived from New
York in time to spend Christmas
with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. E.
Bisbee, departing for San Francisco
where he will again be located in
his work with Standard Oil company.
Dr. J. P. Stewart was in the city
yesterday from Pendleton. He came
across the hills by way of Pilot Rock
and reported snow lighter on top
and on the Pendleton side than it
Creed Owens is reported as mak
ing favorable progress from his re
cent operation. His son-in-law and
daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Stark
of Hay, Wash., came over to see
him this week.
Howard Cleveland is spending the
holidays with his parents, Mr. and
Mrs. W. H. Cleveland, coming up
from Palo Alto, Cal., where he is at
tending college preparatory school.
Miss Rachel Anglin came over
from Yakima to spend Christmas
with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. A.
Anglin. She is attending business
college in Yakima.
Mr. and Mrs. John Clouston and
children from Lakeview, spent
Christmas at the home of Mrs.
Clouston's parents, Mr. and Mrs. S.
Miss Iris Ann King of Portland
was a guest over Christmas at the
home of her cousin, Mrs. J. V. Craw
ford. She returned home Sunday
Earl Bryant has returned home
from Portland where he underwent
a major operation last week, and is
making good progress toward re
Frank Anderson is spending the
holidays at the home of his mother,
Mrs. Hilma Anderson, on Eight Mile
He is a student at 0. S. C, Corvallis.
Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Hayden and
baby from Stanfield spent Christ
mas at the home of Mr. and Mrs. S.
P. Devin, parents of Mrs. Hayden.
Mr. and Mrs. V. M. Sackett of
Salem are spending the holidays at
the home of Mrs. Sackett s parents,
Mr. and Mrs. S .E. Notson.
Billy Schwarz spent Christmas
with his parents, Mr. ana Mrs. nen
ry Schwarz, coming over from Sene
ca where he is employed.
Gordon Bucknum spent Christmas
with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. L,
Bucknum, coming up from Portland
where he is employed.
Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Schwarz re
turned to their home at Prineville
Sunday, after spending Christmas
-with relatives here.
Miss Anna McNamee, who has a
position in Portland, spent Christ
mas with her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Lotus Robison was in town Mon
day from the Rhea creek farm. The
snow the first of the week was very
light at his place.
Ted Thomson spent Christmas with
Heppner relatives and friends, com
ing up from Eugene where he is a
senior at U. of O.
Mr. and Mrs. D. C. Wells and son
Billy from Pendleton spent Christ
mas at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
F. E. Parker.
Vinton Howell came up from
Portland where he is working to
spend the holidays with relatives
Dr. J. P. Stewart, Eye-Sight Spe
cialist of Pendleton will be at the
HEPPNER HOTEL on WEDNES
DAY, Jan. 6.
Mr. and Mrs. John Glavey spent
the latter part of last week in The
Dalles, visiting M. M. Glavey, John's
Jack Gorham, Mrs. Ellen Blayden
and A, E. Porter were business vis
itors in the city Monday from Board-
Mr. and Mrs. French Burroughs of
the lower Rhea creek section, were
business visitors in the city Monday.
Mrs. Andrew Baldwin and chil
dren spent Christmas in Pendleton
with Mrs. Baldwin's parents.
Cvrus Aiken spent Christmas with
his mother, Mrs. Lillie Aiken, com
ing from Twin Falls, Idaho.
Mrs. M. L. Curran is SDendine the
holidays at Goldendale, Wash., and
Portland, visiting relatives.
Jack Harding, former Heppner
barber, came over from Fossil for
the Christmas night dance.
Miss Beatrice Thomson, who has
a position in Portland, spent Christ
mas with relatives here.
A. K. McMurdo was transacting
business in the city yesterday from
the Rhea creek farm.
Arthur Gay who arrived recently
from Albany underwent a minor op
eration this week.
L. L. Matlock was confined to the
hospital this week with an attack of
Leonard Carlson was a business
visitor in the city Tuesday from
Ellis Moyer of Hermiston spent
Christmas with relatives and friends
The Ambrose Chapin family is
spending the holidays in Portland.
Miss Laura Gilman came up from
Portland for the holidays.
By BERNICE WATTENBURGER
Mr. and Mrs. C. Moore and fam
ily are visitors at the Roy Neill
home. They are on their way to
Heppner to hunt living quarters.
Mr. Ritchey and daughter, Hazel,
and Mr. and Mrs. Oleo Ritchey
spent Christmas at the Clayton Ay
Christmas guests at the E. B. Wat
tenburger home were Mr. and Mrs.
Lon Wattenburger and Alvin Strain
Mr. Strain is Mrs. E. B. Wattenbur
ger's brother. He stayed over until
Mr. and Mrs. Charley Bartholo
and son, O. F., Mr. and Mrs. Marion
Finch and family, and Mr. and Mrs.
Jasper Myers and family spent
Christmas at the Sloan Thompson
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Neill and son,
Guy Moore, spent Christmas day
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Scott
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Norman of Ne
braska were callers at the Roy Neill
home. Mr. Norman is a cousin of
Mr. and Mrs. George Currin and
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son Ronald spent Christmas at the
John Harrison home.
Hugh Neill spent Christmas at
Lloyd Baldridge returned from
Ellensburg, Wash., where he has
been with his half-brother, Charlie
Morehead. Mr. Morehead is better
and at home.
Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Van Orsdal
spent Sunday at the E. B. Watten
Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Young attend
ed the Christmas program in the
Columbia district. Mr. Young's
granddaughter, Miss Betty Cox, was
in the program there.
, Lonnie Knotts surprised his sisters,
Mrs. John Harrison and Mrs. George
Currin, by bringing home a new
bride. They are visiting at the
George Currin home.
Mrs. Lucy O'Brien and children
spent Christmas at the Gladys Cor
Prof, and Mrs. M. L. Smith of
Hereford were visitors at the E. B.
Wattenburger home for several days.
Mr. Wattenburger and Mr. Smith
made a business trip to Fossil Tues
day. Mr. and Mrs. Marion Finch and
Patty were Pendleton callers Mon
day. Earl Wattenburger and Frank
Carlson spent Christmas with Oscar
Quick Cooking Helps
In Vegetable Uses
Modern production, shipping and
storage methods have given the
homemaker attractive fresh veg
etables the year round, but even so
the list of those available in winter
is not as complete as at other times
of the year.
Quick cooking preserves both an
attractive appearance and full food
value, while enhancing the flavor.
Not all vegetables can be prepared
alike, however, Miss Case points out.
Following are some suggestions for
preparing three common winter veg
etables: Brussels Sprouts: Wash and trim,
Cook in more than enough boiling
water to cover, salted at rate of IV2
teaspoons of salt to quart of water
Cook rapidly about 10 minutes or
until tender when tested with fork.
Drain off all water, and season with
hot cream or medium white sauce,
poured over the sprouts so as not to
break their shape.
Broccoli: Remove all but tender
inside leaves and wash and separate
flowers or sections. Cook and season
same as described for Brussels
sprouts. Broccoli is attractive cook
ed whole and served with white
sauce covering part of the head and
decorated with paprika on the white
sauce. Broken or separated broc
coli is usually cooked in about 12
minutes, but the leaves are some
times given a longer cooking and
used as greens.
Mrs. Carrie Vaughn, who has been
ill for some time at the home of her
daughter, Mrs. A. S. Akers, in Port
land, is reported improved.
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Miss Josephine McEntire who is
taking nurse's training in Pendleton
spent Christmas at the home of her
parents. The McEntire family had
Christmas dinner with the Narkoski
family at Coyote.
Mr. and Mrs. John Jenkins and
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Bradley ate
Christmas dinner with Mr. and Mrs.
Guests at the E. T. Messenger
home over the holidays were Mr.
and Mrs. Uram Messenger and fam
ily, Mr. and Mrs. Truman Messen
ger and family, Miss Lois Messenger,
and Mrs. .Nellie Sharp and family.
All returned to their homes but Lois
who is to spend the remainder of
the vacation here.
Miss Barbara Narkoski is spend
ing the holidays with her parents.
Herb Brown ' of Spokane spent
Christmas at the Parson home. Her
bert Parson who has been away
working was also home for the day.
Guests at the A. B. Chaffee home
for the holidays included the fol
lowing children: Mary Chaffee, Alan
Chaffee, Add Chaffee and family,
and their daughter, Esther, and her
Misses Helen and Elizabeth Slan-
ger spent Christmas day at their
Miss Jeanette Turner, a former
teacher of Boardman, spent Sunday
visiting friends on the project. She
is spending her vacation at her home
Mrs. Blanche Jones and family
spent Christmas day at the home of
Philip Jones in Hermiston.
Mrs. Bickford is visiting her
daughter, Mrs. Arnon Hug, in Board-
man for a short time.
Miss Hazel Tyler who has been
working in Portland came home for
Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Bates spent
Christmas day with Mr. and Mrs.
Ed Hug in Hermiston.
Mr. and Mrs. Dillabough and chil
dren of Port Orford are spending
the holidays with friends on the pro
ject. They are former residents of
A dance was held at Irrigon on
Christmas night. There was a large
crowd there with many Boardman
people attending. A good time was
reported by all.
Jack Gorham was a business vis
itor in Heppner Monday.
Mrs. S. C. Russell and Mrs. Louis
Doney and daughter are visiting
Mrs. Russell's sister in Hood River.
Trevier Russell is spending the
holidays with his uncle, S. C. Rus
Church services are to be changed
at the community church. From
now on services will be in the eve
ning at 8:00 instead of 11:00 in the
morning as in the past.
Mrs. Fortier and daughter, Miss
Gibbons, are spending the vacation
Miss Ledbetter and Mr. and Mrs.
Theron Anderson are spending the
holidays in Imbler.
Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Ingles, Miss
Eleanor Tilden, Miss Brennan and
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Miss Glenn are spending the holi
days in Portland.
Miss Clara Mae Dillon and Miss
Ada Mae Harford are spending the
holidays in Portland.
W. A. Price and son Bill are spend
ing the holidays in Portland.
Mr. and Mrs. Jay Cox and family
of Seattle are visiting relatives here
over the holidays.
Guests at the Fisher home for the
holidays were Mr. and Mrs. Champ
Bond and children of Haines, Maye
Fisher of North Powder, Ray and
Margaret Fisher and Turner Bond,
all of La Grande.
' By MRS. W. C. ISOM
Burton Miller and Uley McGinnis,
old time friends of the Paulson fam
ily, visited them at their home Sun
day. Mrs. Mattie Dunn of Anacortes,
Wash., who was called here by the
death of her father, Mr. Knighten, y
returned home the last of the week.
Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Foster of
Joseph attended Mr. Paulson's fu
neral. Mrs. Chris Gilgren of Klamath
Falls, who has been with her daugh
ter, Mrs. Paulson, returned home
Miss Theresa Teel returned to her
home at Eigle, Idaho, Sunday.
Mrs. Lewrenson, mother of Mrs.
Ollie Coryell, who has been serious
ly ill the past ten days, was taken
by ambulance to The Dalles hospital
Sunday. Her daughter, a doctor and
a nurse accompanied her.
An 8 V2 pound baby girl was born
to Mr. and Mrs. Russell McCoy at
their home Monday, Dec. 28.
Mrs. Jay Berry and two daugh
ters, Lola and Barbara, from The
Dalles are visiting at the Emmett
Lela and Edna Whitmore of En
terprise are visiting their sister, Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. Don Isom motored to
Baker on Thursday, spending Christ
mas with Mrs. Isom's family. They
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Umiker left
Sunday for Castle Rock, Wash.,
where they intend to make their fu
Mrs. Paul Haberlein passed away
at Hermiston hospital Friday eve
ning as a result of burns received
at her home here early in the day.
The funeral was held at the Pente
costal church Monday afternoon.
Mrs. Bessie Wisdom and sister,
Mrs. Skelton had Mrs. Skelton's two
sons from Leavenworth, Wash., as
guests over Christmas.
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Kendler from
Bonneville visited Mr. and Mrs. Geo.
Kendler Saturday and Sunday.
Miss Billy Markham spent the
Christmas holidays with her parents,
returning to her work at Pendleton
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Brace and
family spent Christmas with rela
tives in Seattle.
Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Isom were
dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Geo.
Kendler, Sr., at Umatilla Christmas