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HEPPNER GAZETTE TIMES, HEPPNER, OREGON, THURSDAY, MAY 20, 1937,
By MARGARET BLAKE
Fourteen ladies were present at a
meeting of the Women's Missionary
society held in the parlors of the
Congregational church last Thurs
day afternoon. The study of Africa
and its missions was cortinued from
the preceding month. At the close
of the meeting refreshments were
served by the hostesses, Mrs. W. J.
Blake, Mrs. John Louy, Mrs. H. E.
Van Horn and Mrs. Minnie Forbes.
Mrs. Bert Mason, Mrs. Ture Peter
son, Mrs. Carl Feldman, Mrs. Laxton
McMurray and Mrs. Walter Corley
attended the meeting for librarians
held in Arlington last week.
About thirty ladies were present
at the bridal shower given in honor
of Mrs. Louis Halvorsen by Mrs.
John and Mrs. Walter Eubanks at
the home of the latter last Wednes
day. Mrs. Halvorsen received many
beautiful gifts. Refreshments were
Mr. and Mrs. David Rietmann are
the parents of a son, Wayne Edmund,
born to them in Hood River last
Thursday, May 13. Mother and ba
by are doing fine.
Albert Lindstrom who has been ill
at his home for the past week was
taken to Hood River to the hospital
Monday where he will be under the
care of Dr. C. C. Chick. He .was
taken down by his wife and his
brothers, Roy and Franklin. Mrs.
Lindstrom will remain with him.
Mrs. Alice Wiles has returned from
a visit with her daughters at Tygh
Valley. She was accompanied home
by her daughter, Mrs. Ned Carr, and
her two small daughters.
Dr. C. C. Chick of Hood River was
here for a short time last Friday
having been here to attend Albert
I. R. Robison was in Portland last
week receiving medical attention.
Miss Anita Baumgardner has re
signed as teacher of the third and
fourth grade room to accept a po
sition in the Prineville school.
Gene Engelman of Portland spent
Saturday and Sunday with his par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Engelman.
Mrs. Louis Halvorsen and Mrs. Ar
chie Munkers returned to their
homes in Salem Monday after a visit
of ten days with friends and rela
tives here and at Lexington.
John Cool and Dean Smith of
Carlton, Wash., were week-end vis
itors here on business.
Peter and George Timm of Pendle
ton were here Sunday to get a load
of farm machinery.
Donald Heliker went to Portland
Monday for a few days' visit.
Mrs. Rodney Crawford and son
have been visiting at the Wate Craw
ford home. They returned home on
Mrs. E. R.. Lundell and Miss Mar
garet Crawford are delegates to the
Rebekah grand lodge in Portland
The county has started the work
of grading and gravelling the Olex
Willows grange will have a Moth
ers' and Fathers' day program pro
ceeding the business meeting of the
grange at its hall in Cecil next Sat
urday night, May 22. Visitors are
welcome to the program.
John Bell who has been working
around lone for some time attempt
ed to break into the H. E. Yarnell
residence last Saturday night when
in an intoxicated condition and was
arrested. On Monday he was tried
and given a sentence of one month
in jail and a fine of $50.
Mrs. W. J. Blake went to Heppner
Monday to assist Mrs. Kenneth Blake
who is ill.
Mr. and Mrs. Orrin Furlong and
Mrs. Sadie Sigsbee of Heppner were
callers in lone Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. O. G. Haguewood
are the parents of a son born in
Heppner on Tuesday, May 18.
Roy Feeley of The Dalles was
here a short time Tuesday.
Members of the winning side of
an attendance contest had in the
Women's Topic club were entertain
ed by the losers with a matinee at
the Heppner theater last Sunday
Miss Gladys Brashears finished
her term as teacher of the Liberty
school last Friday and in company
with her brother, Claude, left the
next day for Seattle for a visit.
Local members of the B. P. O. E.
lodge of Heppner who attended the
meeting at Condon last Saturday
were Bert Mason, Cleo Drake, Rich
ard Lundell, E. R. Lundell, Louis
Bergevin and W. A. Hayes. Others
who attended the dance in the eve
.ning were Carlton Swanson, Harvey
Smith, Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Brenner,
Bonnie Smith, Helen Ralph, Frances
Stewart and Mrs. Werner Rietmann.
Mrs. Carl Feldman, Mrs. Lana
Padberg. Mrs. Omar Rietmann and
Mrs. Ture Peterson entertained
members of the Women's Topic club
at the home of the latter last Satur
day afternoon. Four tables of bridge
were in play with! prizes going to
Mrs. Cleo Drake and Mrs. Walter
All of the grade school rooms en
joyed picnics Tuesday.
Milton Morgan drove to Portland
Rev. W. W. Head of Cathlamet,
Wash., arrived Friday morning for
a short visit. On Sunday he preach
ed the baccalaureate sermon for the"
graduating class of the high school
in the Christian church. This is the
thirteenth time that Rev. Head has
had charge of this occasion for the
senior classes of lone high school.
Although he moved away several
years ago each year he has been re
called for this service. Special num
bers during the service were a song
by the high school glee club and a
solo by Mrs. Ture Peterson.
Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Bristow and
grandson Donald drove to Hood Riv
er Sunday to visit Mrs. David Riet
mann and see their new grandson.
Mr. and Mrs. Laxton McMurray
drove to Arlington Tuesday to meet
Mrs. McMurray's nephew, David
Howe of Gilmore City, Iowa, who
will spend the summer with them.
Lee Holboke and Chas. McElligott
shipped their sheep to summer range
near Hood River Tuesday night.
Mrs. Walter Roberts, Miss Anita
Baumgardner and Joe Engelman
motored to Walla Walla Sunday to
visit Mr. Roberts who is in the vet
erans' hospital there.
One day last week Mrs. Harold
Townsend who lives near Cecil heard
a commotion in a room in her home
and on making an investigation
found the disturbance caused by a
mother cat who was defending her
kittens from a rattlesnake. Mrs.
Townsend hurriedly called her hus
band who killed the snake which
was a large one with fourteen rattles.
Mrs. Roy Brown and her daughter,
Mrs. Rose Stephens, spent the week
end at Mrs. Brown's home near Her
miston. Alexander McDonald will go to
Goldendale, Wash., as soon as school
is out where he will be employed in
a bank for the summer. Mr. Mc
Donald has been re-elected to teach
in the high school here next year.
By BERNICE WATTENBURGElt
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Acton and Mr.
and Mrs. Ed Wilson were callers
Wednesday at the John Harrison
Mr. and Mrs. Emery Cox and
children called at the H. E. Young
Mrs. Antone Cunha and daughter
Mary and Mrs, John Adams and
daughters Ethel, Ida, Mae and Eli
zabeth were Sunday visitors at the
Jim Daly home.
Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Neill were
callers in Hermiston Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. Lon Wattenburger
spent Wednesday in Pendleton.
Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Ayers were
Hermiston callers Saturday.
Callers at the John Harrison home
Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. Thad
Stevens, Duke Shiller and Ruby
Sunday dinner guests at the E. B.
Wattenburger home were Mr. and
Mrs. Walter Wigglesworth and chil
dren of Echo and Mr. and Mrs. Em
ery Cox and children of Hermiston.
Miss Marie Healy accompanied
Mr. and Mrs. William Bucknum and
Mr. and Mrs. Mike Kenny to Idaho
Tuesday. They visited relatives and
Miss Clara Louise Caldwell of Ir
rigon is spending a few days with
her aunt, Mrs. Joyce Smith at Pine
Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Young were in
Mr. and Mr.s Marion Finch attend
ed grange at Lena Sunday.
DEFECTIVE CARS BULK.
Almost 24,000 cars involved in ac
cidents on Oregon highways in 1936
were in faulty condition, Oregon
State Motor association statistics
By LA VERN BAKER
Mrs. J. J. Broomfield spent the
week visiting at the Baker home.
Mrs. Brooinfield lives in La Grande.
Mr. Broomfield and daughters Lois
and Fern came down Sunday and
Mrs. Broomfield returned with them.
Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Ingles, Misses
Tildon, Gibbons, Ledbetter, Glenn
and Brannon, Mrs. Ivy Hadley and
Mrs. Fortier enjoyed a picnic in the
mountains Sunday. They went on the
other side of Heppner.
A pinochle card party was given
by the Odd Fellows Wednesday eve
ning. High honors went to Mary
Kunze and Ray Brown.
The annual birthday party given
by the grange was held Thursday
evening. There was a large crowd
with about eighteen sitting at the
birthday table. After dinner cards
The annual Class Day was held
Friday afternoon. A large number
of the parents attended and a pro
gram was enjoyed by all. After the
program the high school was divided
into teams and races and baseball
Mr. Broyles, Mrs. Krum and son
were business visitors on the project
this past week. They are former
residents of Boardman.
Baccalaureate services were held
Sunday morning. The church was
beautifully decorated in yellow roses
and contrasting flowers. The ser
mon was presented by Rev. H. B.
Thomas. The girls glee club formed
the choir with Miss Glenn accom
panying. George Bush, was on the project
over the week end buying cattle.
Mr. Bush is now living in Sandy.
Ottmar Otto fell and broke his arm
last week while playing. He is re
ceiving medical attention at Her
miston. Miss Lena Rose of Umatilla spent
the week end visiting at the Comp
Home Economics club met at the
home of Mrs. Ray Brown last Wed
nesday. There were fourteen women
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Strobel are vis
iting their son, Wm. Strobel, at
Boardman this week.
Several attended the Baccalaur
eate services in Umatilla Sunday
evening. Those attending were Mil
dred Ayers, Virginia Compton, Swan
Lubbes, Ed Skoubo, Mr. and Mrs.
H. B. Thomas and daughter Marietta.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Gilliland
spent the week visiting Mrs. Gilli
land's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Agee.
The high school students held their
annual picnic Monday. They went
up above Hermiston on the Umatilla
river and a good time was reported
Born, to Mr. and Mrs. Fred Kruger
at the home of Mrs. Lillie Aiken in
this city Friday, an 8 3-4 pound
Parent Education Meet
Scheduled at OSC
Corvallis Leaders of parent edu
cation groups throughout the state
in parent teacher associations or
other organizations are invited to
participate in a specal two-day lead
ership conference at Oregon State
college, June 24 and 25. The con
ference will be led by Dr. Ada Hart
Arlett of the University of Cincin
nati, who will be on the summer ses
sion staff of the school of home ec
onomics. Dr. Arlett is national chair
man of the parent education work
in the National Congress of Parents
No charge will be made for regis
tration at the conference, but those
planning to attend are urged to send
in their names in advance to Mrs.
Maud Morse, extension specialist in
child development and parent edu
cation, so that advance arrangements
may be completed.
Training in methods of group lead
ership in this work will be given at
DANGER AFTER DARK.
Deaths from automobiles colliding
at night increased 37 per cent from
1930 through 1936, while deaths from
daylight crashes decreased 12 per
cent during this period, figures from
the Oregon State Motor association
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