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Heppner Gazette Times, Heppner, Oregon
Thursday, November 3, 1933
lone Hot Lunch
Benefit Nets $75
By MARGARET BLAKE
The grade school presented a pro
gram in the gym on Friday night for
the benefit of the hot .lunch fund.
Modern white witches were given
lessons in the proper observance of
Hallowe'en by the traditional black
witches. Elves, black cats, jack o'
lanterns, etc., daiced, sang or oth
erwise did their bit to provide en
tertainment. After the program a
carnival was enjoyed. Something
over $75 was cleared.
Mrs. Omar Rietmann returned last
week from Portland where she had
been having dental work done.
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Linn and daugh
ter of Stevenson, Wash., spent the
week end here at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. P. J. Linn.
November study meeting of the
Topic club will be held at the home
of Mrs. Milton Morgan, Jr., on Arm
Mrs. Fred Mankin and daughter,
Betty Jean, drove to Thornton, Wn.,
Saturday to visit Mrs. Mankin's par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Dwight Misner.
The library board has, received
several new books for the pay shelf.
They are "The Yearling," M. K.
Rawlings; "This Proud Heart," Pearl
S. Buck; "The Wall," Mary Roberts
Rinehart: "I Swear by Appollo,"
William E. Aughinbaugh, M. D., and
"Free Land," Rose Wilder Lane
The Llovd C. Douglas book, "Mag-
nifcent Obsession," has been placed
on the open shelves.
Mrs. Lucv Rodeers and Mrs. Rich
ard Wells of Heppner attended the
school oroffram Friday night.
Mrs. Harvey Ring entertained the
football squad and coach Hummel
with a chicken dinner Friday evening.
Norman Swanson is spending a
few days at the home of his parents,
Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Swanson.
Earl Blake and son Donald visited
relatives at Kinzua Monday and
W. F. Palmateer has been very ill
at the home of his daughter, Mrs. H.
A group of girls from Boardman
and Lexington high schools with
their sponsors were entertained with
a play day last Wednesday afternoon
by the girls' league of lone high
school. A program was followed by
games and refreshments.
Mrs. Wm. Padberg and Mrs. Irvin
Padberg of Lexington spent Friday
C. F. Troedson and Mrs. Mary
Niland who have been visiting at
the H. V. Smouse ranch departed
last Friday for King City, Cal.
Elmer and Aage Nygaard of Ham
ilton, Mont., arrived Monday for a
short visit at the home of their un
cle, P. C. Peterson.
Mrs. Ida Moore is visiting at the
home of her brother, W. J. Blake.
Past Noble Grand club met with
Mrs. David Rietmann last Friday
afternoon. Ten members were pres
ent and plans . were laid to serve
dinner and supper to the public at
the I. O. O. F. hall on election day.
An apron sale and bazaar will also
Bishop Remington of Pendleton
will hold services at Cecil next Sun
day afternoon at three o'clock.
Mrs. E. C. Heliker was surprised
at her home last Sunday when forty
friends and neighbors came to cel
ebrate her birthday with a pot luck
dinner. Mrs. H. E. Yarnell, whose
birthday falls on the same day,
shared honors with Mrs. Heliker.
Willows grange had a program,
dance, bazaar and carnival in its hall
at Cecil last Saturday evening. A
large crowd was in attendance.
Laxton McMurray and Mrs. Wal
ter Roberts motored to The Dalles
Wednesday to bring Mr. Roberts
home from the hospital. Mr. Roberts
has recovered rapidly from his re
George U. Krebs, a former resi
dent of Morrow county, died at his
home in Portland October 19. Fu
neral services were held there Oct.
21 with interment in Lincoln Me
morial park. He is survived by his
widow, three sons, George C, Hen
ry W. and John W., all of Cecil, two
daughters, Mrs. Lena Summerfeldt
of Portland and Mrs. Margaret Hurst
of Cecil and eleven grandchildren.
Had Mr. Krebs lived another month
he and Mrs. Krebs would have cele
brated their golden wedding anni
versary. The Krebs lived near Hepp
ner from 1915 to 1920 when they
moved to Portland.
Mr. and Mrs. Wrex Hickok of
Portland spent the week end here.
They came to help Mrs. Hickok's
mother, Mrs. Ida Moore, pack her
household goods for shipment to
Portland where she makes her home
The interchurch committee met at
the home of Mrs. Frank Engelman
Tuesday evening when Rev. C. F.
Trimble was given a definite call to
serve the churches at Lexington and
lone as pastor for the coming year.
Mrs. George Krebs, Sr., of Port
land is visiting at the home of her
daughter, Mrs. Roy Hurst, at Cecil.
Art Turner and Lowell Clark have
returned from Galena where they
have been mining. Mr. Turner has
been called to the valley by the ill
ness of his father.
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Morgan and
daughter Earline are up from their
home at Albany to visit Mrs. Mor
gan's father, W. F. Palmateer.
Mr. and Mrs. Werner Rietmann
and Mrs. Margaret Rietmann went
to Portland last Wednesday.
Potted plants at all times, phone
1332; will deliver. 15tf
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GIVE FAREWELL PARTY
Telephone operator associates of
Mrs. Beulah Nichols Smouse, from
Heppner and Arlington, tendered her
a farewell party last evening at the
home of Mrs. Delia Corson at lone.
Mrs. Smouse expects to leave in a
week to join her husband, Kenneth
Smouse, who holds a government
position in Portland. Mrs. Smouse
has been employed with the Pacific
Telephone and Telegraph company
for several years and more recently
on the local switchboard, which po
sition she is now leaving.
lit spit of my admiration and
respect for my opponent f feel
that his age of 5 years dls-
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and applies it fairly and impartially
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