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Thursday, April 13, 1939
Heppner Gazette Times, Heppner, Oregon
Fall From Automobile
Injures Lex Youth
By MARGARET SCOTT
Eugene Miller, young son of Mr.
and Mrs. Merle Miller, was badly
injured Friday when he fell out of
Oral Scott's car while on the way
to Pendleton. He is in the Heppner
hospital and reported to be improv
Church serices at lone at 10 a. m.
Sunday; at Lexington at 11 a. m.
Sunday school at 10 a. m. and C. E.
at 6:30. Church services will be in
the Congregational church.
Barbara Slocum of Heppner spent
the week end at the home of her
grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. S. G.
McMillan. She returned home Sun
day with her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Lawrence Slocum, and brother Peter
who . visited at the McMillan home
A. M. Edwards and Mrs. Edwards'
brother, Lot Johnson, spent the week
end at the Edwards home from their
work at Lind.
Jack Ryan and Bud Almond of
Kinzua were visitors here Saturday.
Pendleton visitors from here last
week were Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Mc
Millan and children, Colleen and
Denny, Mrs. Cecil Jones and George
Miss Etta Milfett of Monmouth is
a guest at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Dorothy, Faye and Vesta Cuts-
forth of Heppner spent the week end
at Cutsforth Corners.
Mr. and Mrs. G. J. Ryan and
children were Sunday visitors in
Mrs. Emma Cox left Saturday for
Medford to visit her daughters, Mrs,
Harvey Young and Mrs. Ray Young,
Mrs. John Miller was ill at her
home last week.
George Peck and sons, Kenneth
and Ellwynne, motored to Kinzua
Sundav where Kenneth remained
to work in the lumber mill.
Mrs. Charles Van Winkle of Ar
lington is a truest at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. Wm, Van Winkle.
Ralph Phillips was a business vis
itor in Portland the first of the
Mrs. Orville Cutsforth and daugh
ter, Sharon Lee, have returned home
from the Heppner hospital.
Guests at the home of Mr. ana
Mrs. Vester Lane are Mrs. Lane's
brother, Smith Thompson, and sis
ter and children, Mrs. Lorraine Kra
mer, Dolores and Velita.
Mr. and Mrs. Laurel Kuhl and
son Skippy, Mrs. Mabel Gray and
children, Bobby and Florence, and
Mrs. Nettie Davis spent the week
end at the home of Mr. and Mrs,
Loren Mikesell in Toppenish.
Guests at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. Bob Cutler over the week end
were Mr. and Mrs. Leon Miller and
George Payne of Athena and Mrs.
Marshall Allen of Tacoma. Mr. Payne
who is Mrs. Cutler's father will re
main for a longer visit. A family
dinner was enjoyed Snuday at the
Cutler home with Mrs. Sarah Boo-
her and Mrs. Effie Parkins as
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Rauch and
son, Henry, Jr., and Mr. and Mrs.
Cecil Jones were Sunday evening
dinner guests at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. Al Fetch.
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Campbell and
daughters spent the week end at
B. M. Little, resident engineer for
the PWA well drilling project, spent
the week end in Portland. Mrs. Lit
tle and their son accompanied him
and will remain at their Portland
Among those from here who at
tended the Easter cantata in Hepp
ner Sundav evening were Trina
Parker, Dona Barnett, Maude Point
er, Edith Edwards, Mary and Elmer
Hunt and Margaret and James
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Whillock and
daughters visited with relatives in
Guests of Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur
Steagall last week were Mr. Stea-
gall's brother and sister-in-law, Mr,
and Mrs. David Steagall.
Sunday dinner guests at the Ted
McMillan home were Mr. and Mrs.
John Hanna and family and Mr. and
Mrs. Adolph Majeske and family.
Mrs. Ora Kistner has opened a
beauty shop in the local barber shop
and will be open for business each
Thursday, Friday and Saturday.
Doris and Erma Scott entertained
the choir members with a popcorn
and candy feed last week.
Reta and Gerry Cutler, Marcella
Jackson, Sarah Booher, Effie Park
ins, Ann Johnson and Bertha Dinges
gathered at the John Lasich home
last week to help Ruth Ann cele
brate her third birthday. They en
joyed an Easter egg hunt and games
were played, after which refresh
ments of ice cream and cake were
H. H. Strehlein who has been tend
ing sheep for Harry Duvall on his
John Day ranch near Kimberley,
became ill last week with spotted
fever caused from a tick bite. Mr.
Duvall went over Friday and brought
Mr. Strehlein to the Heppner hospital.
Lena Belle Forbes is staying at
the home of Mr. and Mrs. Merle
Marjorie Bauman entertained with
party last Saturday afternoon to
celebrate her seventh birthday. The
afternoon was spent playing games,
toasting marshmallows and hunting
Easter eggs, after which individual
paper sack lunches and punch were
served and Marjorie opened the
many nice gifts. Guests present were
Betty Walker, June Steagall, Bobby
and Elwayne Bergstrom, Leola Du-
fault. Dorothy. Faye and Vesta
Cutsforth, Carol and Merlene Mil
ler, Bobby and Jerry Buschke, Bar
bara Slocum, Tad, Colleen, Marion
and Jimmy Ryan, Joan, Betty, Reta
McMillan, Yonne Dougherty, Mar
jorie and Bill Miller, Delight Bid'
die, Lyle and Ronald Peck, Eliza
beth and Johnny Edwards, Patsy
and Jimmy Ayan, Joan, Betty, Reta
and Dean Graves, Charlie Padberg,
Lavonne McMillan, Jean and Dickie
Gordon, Juanita and Archie Pad
berg, Patty and Audrey Majeske
Louise and Clare Hunt, Loren Pie
per, Carol Jackson, Rita and Car
olyn Johnson and Jimmy and Car
For March, $8566
Salem. April 11 Benefit checks
issued by the state unemployment
compensation commission during
March totaled $625,181, the monthly
report disclosed. This was a 20 per
cent increase over the previous
Cumulative distribution of job in
surance during the first quarter of
1939 totaled $1,651,716 and since
benefit payments started 15 months
affo. the commission has paid out
Pendleton, covering Morrow and
Umatilla counties, accounted for
$8566, or 1.4 per cent of the state to
tal during March, according to the
commission's statistical department,
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By MRS. CLAUD COATS
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urday, April 15, is regular meeting
night. Let's have a good attendance
as Irrigon is coming to visit our
Mr. and Mrs. B. Harris of Spo
kane arrived Friday evening for a
few days' visit at the home of his
sister, Mrs. H. V. Parsons. Both Mr.
and Mrs. Harris are licensed beauty
operators and have been kept busy
waving and barbering hair. They
left Tuesday for coast points and
George Wicklander, Jr., and Bud
Chaffee had a call to Bonneville
Sunday to go to work on the new
railroad being put in there. They
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Berger en
tertained Sunday, his father, Clar
ence Berger and wife from Bonne
ville, and brother Richard and wife
Mrs. Iva Kunze arrived home this
week after a four weeks visit in
Mr. and Mrs. Truman Messenger,
Jr., and family spent Saturday and
Sunday on the project, visiting relatives.
Mrs. Fred Martin of Pilot Rock
is visiting her sister, Mrs. B. Penry,
who is running the hotel.
Glen Hadley and Shine Markham
were in town over nignt at tne
Hadley home from shearing. They
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left Tuesday morning for Spokane
and points for further shearing.
Frank and Blanche Jones made a
business trip to Estacada Tuesday
for a few days.
Esther Jones, Margaret Jones, La
Verne Baker and Teddy Wilson
all came over from La Grande Sat
urday to attend the Senior Frolic.
Mr. and Mrs. FJdon Wilson and
Mrs. Katherine Rake were week
end visitors at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. Ray Brown.
Mr. and Mrs. B. L. Dillabough
and family spent the last week on
the project shaking hands with old
friends. Mr. Dillabough was school
janitor here for several years and is
now employed by the state, work
ing in one of the parks at Latourell
Mrs. E. P. Hoyt, sons Edwin, Jr.,
and Dick, Miss Loye DeVore and
Bob Sherwood returned to their
homes in Portland Saturday after a
week's visit here as guests at the J.
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