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Thursday, October 3, 1940
Heppner Gazette Times, Heppner, Oregon
Krebs Boy Severely
Hurt in Bike Accident
By MRS. ELMER GRIFFITH
Henry Krebs, Jr., of Cecil was
very painfully injured Sunday in a
fall from a bicycle. He was riding
with his cousin, Margaret, when the
front wheel broke off, throwing the
boy face downward on the highway.
His face was seriously cut and
scratched. He was taken to Hepp
ner to a physician who sewed up the
injuries, and on Tuesday was taken
up again to have the dressings re
newed. Mrs. Henry Krebs is spend
ing a few days with her husband at
Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Ring have
word' from their son Harry, who
recently enlisted in the national
euard. that he is at Camp Murray,
Wash., very busy but very much
interested in his work.
Mrs. Blanche Stansberry of Los
Angeles is a guest at the Bert Mason
Miss Mabel McCabe of American
Falls, Idaho, left Sunday after a
visit here at the home of her bro
ther, A. A. McCabe. She had just
returned from a vacation trip to
Larrv Ritchie of Los Angeles ar
rived Tuesday for a visit with friends
Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Lundell
returned Sunday from Portland with
a load of household furniture
Mrs. Eric Bergstrom is critically
ill at her home in Gooseberry,
Mr. and Mrs. William Burke spent
the week end visiting Mrs. Burke's
family in Redmond.
Mr. and Mrs. Ted Blake have
moved into the E. J. Keller house,
which they recently purchased.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Ingalls of
Adams visited here Monday at the
home of Mrs. Ingall's parents Mr.
and Mrs. A. A. McCabe.
Mrs. Archie Munkers is a guest
of her sister, Mrs. Louis Halvorsen.
Mr. Munkers. who is in airplane con'
st ruction work, has been transferred
to Seattle and Mrs. Munkers will
ioin him there.
Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Stefani were
business visitors in The Dalles Tu
Dr. F. A. Carlson, superintendent
of Conffreeational churches and Dr.
Walter Myers, president of the Ore-
son Council of Churches were
meeting with interested persons con
cerning church work in this local
The O. E. S. social club met Wed
nesday at Cecil at the home of Mrs
The lone high school boys de
feated Umatilla on the home field
last Thursday bv a score of 19-18.
Umatilla made the last touchdown
in the last few minutes of the game,
but were unable to make the con.
version point. Ione's next game will
be with Wasco on Friday of this
The school board at Morgan has
awarded Fred Ely the contract for
carrying both grade and high school
children to lone, and Mr. Ely has
purchased a bus for that purpose
Norman Swanson of Portland is a
guest of his parents, Mr. and Mrs.
J. E. Swanson. He recently return
ed from a successful deer hunt in
Martin Love is the new depot ag
ent succeeding Frank Ross, who go
es to Reith. Mr. Love is living at
Mr. and Mrs. William Burke, new-
lyweds, were pleasantly surprised
Friday evening when they were the
guests' of honor at a skating rink
partv. They were still more sur
prised to find themselves recipients
of a household shower. The party
VJI mv DAricir
was arranged by Mrs. Howard Eu-
banks, Mrs. E. G. Serry and Mrs.
Carl Allyn. Mr. Burke is the fifth
and sixth grade teacher.
Willows grange will hold their
next business meeting at the hall
in lone on Friday night, October
18, instead of October 19 on account
of the pioneer meeting at Lexington
on Saturday. The Home Ec club
will give their annual rogram that
ownine at the lecturer's hour. The
refreshment committee to serve that
evening is Jack Bailey, Marion Pal
mer. Melvin Brady, Lewis Ball and
Th social meeting of the Women's
Tonic club was held at the C W.
Swanson home last Saturday. Other
hostesses were Mesdames Lana Fad
herEr. Dorr Mason, and Albert Lind-
strom. Three tables of, bridge were
in play and high score was made by
Mrs. Frank Lundell, second prize by
Mrs. J. E. Swanson, and low by
Mrs. Omar Rietmann.
Last Thursday evening Locust
Rebekah lodge entertained in honor
of the assembly president, Venisha
Newby, and Bertha McCollom, grand
warden. Besides the local members
eleven guests, Mr. and Mrs. Lee Ho
well. Mrs. John Wightman, Mrs.
Claude Graham, Mrs. Frank Parker,
Mrs. Ralph Benge, Mrs. Elbert Cox,
Mrs. Macomber, Mrs. Armstrong,
Mrs. George Howard and Mrs. Nor
ton Lundell of Heppner, and Mrs.
Arthur Keene of Lexington, were
Mr. Petty and his sister-in-law,
Mrs. Pauline Boyer of Seattle, spent
a few days at the home of Mrs.
Emma Holub, and returned Mon
day, accompanied by Mrs. Petty and
daughter, Miss Polly, who have been
guests here for some time.
Mrs. E. C. Heliker returned Sun
day from Cannon Beach where she
attended a meeting of the state
Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Ring spent
the week end in Portland where
Mrs. Ring had dental work done.
Mrs. J. E. Swanson entertained
the P. N. G. club at her home Tues
day afternoon. Fourteen ladies were
present A tea and food sale is plan
ned for October 25 at the I. O. O.'F.
Rebekah halL '
giving their annual program during
the lecture hour in the evening. This
program promises to be very entertaining.
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WILLOWS GRANGE NEWS
By MARY LUNDELL
Willows grange met Monday eve
ning for their annual booster night
program and get-together.
We never saw more flowers dis
played and for decorative purposes.
We wish' to thank all who contribut
ed flowers and the many articles for
Fire arms brought by Harry Yar
nell were of much interest to the
men folk while ladies enjoyed the
needle work, cacti display, fruits,
The next meeting of Willows
grange will be held on Friday eve
ning, Oct 18. The H. E. C. will meet
in the afternoon of the same day,
Oct. 18. The ladies of the club are
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