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HEPPNER GAZETTE TIMES, HEPPNER, OREGON, THURSDAY, NOV. 4, 1937
Held at Lexington
By Bertha Hunt
Gene Cutsforth was honored on
his ninth birthday with a party held
at his home last Sunday evening.
Those present were Marion Colleen
Those present were Marion, Colleen
and Tad Miller, Betty Smethurst,
Roberta and Jack Miller, Billy Scott,
Marcille Pieper, Laurence Van Win
kle, Carolyn and Marjorie Bauman
and Audrey Majeske. The home was
attractively decorated with Hallow
e'en motif. Refreshments of ice cream
and cake were served.
Henry Rauch, Jr., had the misfor
tune to cut his left hand while chop
ping wood at the Arnold Pieper
ranch one day last week. Four
stitches were required to close the
Effie Parkins and Mrs. Bob Cut
ler accompanied Mr. and Mrs. James
Leach to Pendleton Monday.
Glenn, the young son of Mr. and
Mrs. Eslie Walker, celebrated his
first birthday with a party last
Wednesday. Those present were
Jerry Vernon Scott, Carla Lee Whil
lock, Shirley Anne Hunt and Betty
Walker. Refreshments of jello and
cake were served.
Howard Lane, who has been ill
for a time, was taken to Portland
for medical attention Sunday night
by Walter Eubanks.
Raymond Turner, manager of the
Lexington Oil cooperative, with Mrs,
Turner attended a cooperative meet
ing in Walla Walla last Monday.
Walter Thompson of College Place,
Wash., was visiting his sister, Mrs,
Lawrence Beach, last Sunday.
There will be a dance at the Lex
ington grange hall Saturday night.
Music by the Troubadors.
Mrs. Elsie Beach made a short
business trip to Portland this week.
Mr. Breslawn, with the Allis
Chalmers Co., was a caller in Lex
ington last Friday.
Deanna Carol, weight 8V2 lbs., ar
rived to Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Stea
gall at the home of Mrs. Corda Sa
ling in Heppner on Friday.
Mrs. Lou Broadley is visiting at
the home of Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Mc
Millan in Portland.
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Whillock and
daughter Carla were in Hermiston
Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Barnett, Miss
Dona Barnett, Mrs. Trina Parker,
Mrs. T. H. Nichols and Miss Esther
Thompson attended church and the
basket dinner at the Christian church
in Hermiston last Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Orlo Martin and two
sons of Moro were visiting relatives
here for several days this week.
The H. E. club will meet in the
grange hall Thursday, November 11.
Elecion of officers will be held.
Garland Swanson won the set of
dishes given away by the H.E. club.
Arnold Sprauer has a new Ford
coupe and Moses Duran a Ford se
dan. Guests at the S. G. McMillan home
for several days this week were Mr.
and Mrs. Claude Hill and daughter
Kay of Redmond and Mrs. Wm.
Barnhouse and daughter Louise of
Twenty-three youngsters enjoyed
a Hallowe'en party held in the Chris-
tion church parlors Saturday after
noon. After games were played re
freshments of sandwiches, jello,
cookies and punch were served.
J. R. Farrington, manager, and
Homer Davis, wire chief, of the Pa
cific Telephone & Telegraph com
pany of The Dalles, were business
visitors. here one day last week.
Rev. Cecil Warner of Hermiston
will conduct church services at the
Christian church Sunday afternoon
Louise and Clair Hunt entertained
19 of their friends at a Hallowe'en
masquerade party at their home on
Sunday night, the occasion also be
ing the fourth birthday of Clair.
Hallowe'en decorations and birth
day cake added to enjoyability of the
Rhea Creek Grange
The regular grange meeting will
be held Sunday. Nov. 17. At this
meeting there will be election of of
ficers, and all members are asked to
The ladies of the H. E. C. are plan
ning a carnival and bazaar to be held
Nov. 27. A dance will follow.
John Bergstrom is the owner of a
new Dodge car purchased last Sat
urday in Pendleton.
Laurence Becket came up Sunday
night from Portland, driving home a
new Pontiac car for his father.
Mr. and Mrs. Ben Anderson re
turned from the mountains Friday
where they had spent a few days
The parents of Eight Mile Center
school were invited in Friday after
noon to an open house. After demon
strations of school work and a pro
gram were held, refreshments were
served. Mrs. Vera Reid is teacher
at this school.
Lawrence Redding returned last
week from visiting his old home in
Mrs. John Bergstrom is spending
a few days in Heppner visiting her
mother, Mrs. Chas. Osmin.
Mrs. H. M. Olden of Gresham, ac
companied by her brother and wife,
Mr. and Mrs. Howard Hayden, spent
the week end with her sons, Walter
and Noel Dobyns.
Mrs. Claud Huston returned from
Portland Monday night. She left her
son Tom feeling fine following his
Miss Irene Beamer spent the week
end in the city with her mother,
Mrs. Clara Beamer, coming up from
Forest Grove where she is a student
at Pacific university.
RESOLUTIONS OF RESPECT
Whereas the Grand Architect of
the Unvierse has called to their eter
nal home our Brothers J. W. Becket
and W. B. Barratt, and left within
the ranks og our Craft two vacancies
which can never again be filled,
Therefore, in recognition of this
loss and in deep sorrow at the pass
ing of two true and faithful mem
bers, Heppner Lodge No. 69, Ancient
Free and Accepted Masons, takes
pause from its labors to register its
sorrow, to drape its altar in mourn
ing, and to extend to the families
of our deceased brothers heartfelt
sympathy and condolences upon
their great loss.
FRANK S. PARKER,
C. J. D. BAUMAN,
Mr. and Mrs. Bert Palmateer of
Morgan and house guests from Es
tacada, Mrs. Haeel Beers, sister of
Mrs. Palmateer, and daughter Erma,
and Miss Beatrice Poly, were Hepp
ner visitors Friday, the ladies call- ,
ing at the home of, Mrs. Spencer
Crawford, cousins of Mrs. Palmateer
and Mrs. Beers.
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