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Thursday, November 3, 1938
Heppner Gazette Times, Heppner, Oregon
Lex Man's Mother
Dies at Hubbard
By MARGARET SCOTT
Ralph Jackson' and family were
called to Hubbard last week by the
sudden death of Mr. Jackson's
The Three Links club will serve
hamburgers, pie and coffee in the
Leach hall on election day.
Wilf ord Sirrine, candidate for state
senator, visited with Mr. and Mrs.
Cecil Jones Thursday evening. Mr.
Sirrine, who was formerly of Union,
now makes his home at La Grande.
Mrs: Grace Turner entertained
with a dinner party one evening last
week. Guests were Mr. and 'Mrs.
Cecil Jones. Rav Phillips and Mr,
and Mrs. Bill Smethurst and daugh
ter Betty. After dinner dancing was
Dinner guests of Mrs. Cecil Jones
Wednesday were Mrs. Al Feth and
Mrs. Johnnv Hanna.
Wm. D. Campbell spent the week
end in Beaverton with Mrs. Camp
bell and daughter Patsy. He was ac
companied home by Mrs. C. F. Trim
ble who has joined her husband in
the local pastorate.
Portland visitors this week were
Mrs. James Leach, Harvey Miller
and son Tad.
Mr. and Mrs. John Padberg were
Sunday dinner guests at the home
of their son and daughter-in-law,
Mr. and Mrs. Archie Padberg. N
Mr and Mrs. Bob McMillan and
daughters, Patricia 'and Sandra, of
Hillsboro were week-end guests -at
the Gus McMillan home. Barbara
Slocum was also a guest of the Mc
Millans from her Rhea creek home.
Hermiston visitors Friday were
Mr. and Mrs. Lon Edwards and
children. Edith and Johnny.
Church services will be held in
the Christian church Sunday morn
ing at 11 o'clock. Union Sunday
school at 10 a. m. and C. E. at 7:15
Mrs. Charley Breshears was a
business visitor in lone one day last
A Hallowe'en party was given by
the C. E. society Friday evening at
the Congregational church. Games
were played, among which was a
trit to the "Haunted House. Re
freshments of jello, cake and punch
were served. Those present were
Zelma. Maine. Joe and Claude way,
Rae Cowins, Erma, Doris and Aileen
Scott, Edith, Jerrine and Clyde Ed
wards. Colleen and Lavonne Mc
Millan. Esther Thompson, Leonard
Munkers, Roger Campbell, Louise
Hunt, Billie Nichols, Patricia Jewell
and Mrs. Rov Campbell.
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Eskelson are
guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Bob Cutler from their Lone Rock
Alex and Edward Hunt made a
trin to Pendleton Monday.
Miss Gerrv Cutler entertained
with a costume party Sunday eve
ning. Games were enjoyed and re
freshments of goblin cakes, jello and
apple cider were served. Those pres
ent besides the hostess were Mr. and
Mrs. Deultgen and son Bobby, Mr.
and Mrs. Ladd Sherman, Mr. and
Mrs. John Lasich and daughter Ruth
Ann, Katherine Turner, Louise and
Claire Hunt, Bertha Dinges, Eileen
Scott, Lavonne and Colleen McMil
lan. Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Trimble were
dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Alvin
Kleinfeldt in Heppner Tuesday.
Neal Knighten and Irl Clary of
Hardman were visitors at the Ralph
Scott home Friday.
Mrs. John Miller and Mrs. Elmer
Hunt were hostesses for a progress
ive Hallowe'en party Monday eve
nine. The party started at Mrs. Mil
ler's home and from there the guests
went to the homes of Edward's,
Jackson's, Ryan's, Barnetfs, and
the last place was Hunt's. At each
home the children would play a
game and receive a treat to add to
their paper sack lunches which were
eaten at the Hunt home, with cocoa.
Those present , were Louise . and
Claire Hunt, Elizabeth and John Ed
wards, Patsy and Jimmie Ryan, Ro
berta, Marjorie and Loren Miller,
Colleen, Lavonne and Denny Mc
Millan, Carol Jackson, Dean and
Shirley Hunt, Darleen Biddle, and
By Jerrine Edwards
The Lexington six-man football
team played its last game on the lo
cal field last Friday with lone. Lex-
ington defeated lone by a score of
18 to 6.
As a birthday present. Mr. Camp
bell was given a peanut shower on
Thursday during student body meet
The regular meeting of the P. T.
A. will be held Wednesday evening,
Nov. 9, at 7:30 in the auditorium.
Be sure to save the evening of No
vember 18 for the high school play,
"The Blundering Herd," which will
be presented in the auditorium at
8 o'clock that evening. The cast has
been working hard and the play is
expected to be among the best pre
sented for some time.
A special meeting will be held
Saturday evening, Nov. 1, at Lex
ington grange hall, when Willows
grange degree team will initiate can
didates in waiting, in the third and
fourth degrees of Patrons of Hus
bandry. All grangers welcome.
B. H. Peck.
United Church of Lexington, lone
Rev. C. F. Trimble, pastor
Sunday school in both towns at 10.
The pastor will preach at 11 a. m.
at Lexington and 7:30 at lone. All
morning services at Lexington will
be held at the Christian church.
The services at lone will be held
in the Congregational church. .
2 to 5 p. m.
Everyone is cordially invited to stop in and visit during this grand
opening event New complete stocks of merchandise are on hand,
and for this special sale we have assembled one of the greatest selec
tions of values ever offered. Prices are slashed in every department.
Stop in and see for yourself the wndeful bargains we are displaying
in quality merchandise. Enjoy a pleasant visit with us.
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