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About Heppner gazette-times. (Heppner, Or.) 1925-current | View Entire Issue (Nov. 7, 1940)
By JUNE SMITH
, Last Saturday Mrs. Charles Cox,
Mrs. Ralph Thompson, Mrs. A. D.
McMurdo, Mrs. Glenn Jones and
Mrs. W. H. Cleveland drove to Pen
dleton to attend large bridge lun
cheon given there by Mrs. K L.
Young, Mrs. Lester Hurst, Mrs. E.
B. Aldrich and Mrs. Thomas Vau
ghn. While there Mrs. Cox, who is dis
trict president, conferred with the
American Legion auxiliary presi
dent of Pendleton, Mrs. Charles Le
mons, about the conference to be
held in Pendleton December 4.
Friday a number of Heppner East
ern Star members drove to Condon
to attend a meeting of that lodge.
Mrs. C. W. McNamer, Mrs. Anna
Bayless, Mrs. Charles Cox, Mrs.
Ralph Benge and Miss Rose Leib
brand were among those who view
ed a pageant of the club ritual of
1869, as presented by that chapter.
Mis. Alice Reisacher, president of
the Past Worthy Matrons of Con
don, who has spent much time in re
search on this subject, obtained the
actual old original manuscripts, and
from these evolved her pageant. The
work was put on by the Condon
Past Worthy Matron's club.
While in Condon Mrs. Cox also
conferred with Mrs. Wilda Cooper,
American Legion auxiliary president
there, about a conference to be held
by that organization there Decem
Mrs. Anna Bayless has had Mrs.
Vibret Hunsaker of Portland as her
house guest this week.
Mr. and Mrs. W. Y. Ball left Sun
day for a month's vacation, which
they will spend in Portland.
The American Legion is sponsor
ing an Armistice Day dance, to be
held Saturday evening at the Elk's
Mrs. Marius P. Hanford and two
children left Saturday, to join Lt.
Hanford at his new location. Lt.
Hanford came to Heppner Friday
to assist in the moving, and they
will be at home hereafter in South
Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Booher of
Las Vegas, Nevada, are staying with
Mrs. Booher's parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Corda Saling. Called here by the
death of Mr. Booher's mother, Mrs.
Jennie Booher, whose funeral was
Monday, the couple will be here
The Music club met Tuesday eve
ning at the home of Mrs. Lucy Pet
erson with Mrs. Lucy Rodgers joint
hostess. The home was appropriate
ly decorated with Indian blankets,
and all manner of Indian things, as
fleppner Gazette Times, Heppner, Oregon
Thursday, November 7, 1940
Sunday school at 9:45. Morning
worship at 11 a. m. Epworth Lea
gue at 6:30 p. m. Evening worship
The revival meeting is still going.
Have you been attending? This is
the last week of the meetings. If
you are not attending you are miss
ing the greatest sermons ever heard
in Heppner. Other souls are really
getting blessed from God, why not
you? You will find a welcome with
us. Come with us.
James Wilkins, Pastor.
CHURCH OF CHRIST
Martin B. Clark, Pastor
Bible School, 9:45.
Communion and preaching, 11:00.
Christian Endeavor, 6:30.
Evening service, 7:30.
Sunday school at 10 a. m. Com
munion at 11, with Dean Eric Ro
Bible study, Tuesday, 7:30.
Prayer meeting, Thursday, 7:30.
You are welcome and we encour
age you to come to any or all of
Sterl D. Spiesz, Pastor.
Oregon, who is president of the
Women's Service League. She will
be accompanied by Miss Kathryn
Peterson of Pendleton, missionary
worker, and Mrs. Eric Robethan. The
j ladies will be here Thursday, Nov.
14, and a luncheon is being planned
for that date at 1 p.m. Mrs. Kennedy
has expressed a wish to meet all the
ladies of this parish, and will make
a report on the general convention
at Kansas City which she attended.
Mrs. George Howard entertained
"What's Trumps" club at her home
last Thursday evening. Mrs. Harold
Cohn won high score, and Mrs. Ray
mond Ferguson low. Refreshments
were served at the end of play.
In honor of one of the members,
Mrs. C. C. Patterson, who left Wed
nesday to spend several months at
the home of her daughter, Mrs. Le
Grand Guild, at Snohomish, her
contract bridge club held a luncheon
last Monday at the Lucas Place.
Three tables of bridge were in play
following, with Mrs. Mary Thomp
son winning high score, and Mrs.
Anna Bayless consolation. A guest
prize was presented to Mrs. Pat
terson. The Eastern Star social club held
a bridge dessert Saturday afternoon
at the hall, with Mrs. W. C. Rose
wall and Mrs. Elvin Schaffer as
hostesses. Three tables of contract
were in play during the afternoon
with Mrs. Charles Vaughn winning
high scare, and Mrs. P. W. Mahoney
receiving consolation prize,
The American Legion Auxiliary
met Monday evening at the home of
the president, Mrs. Anna Bayless,
with 19 members and one guest
present. Favors were made for the
soldiers in the hospital at Walla
Walla, in the form of little turkeys
to grace their Thanksgiving plates.
Plans were made for twenty of the
Heppner members to accept the in
vitation from the Hermiston chap
ter to dinner on November 11. Mrs.
Glenn Jones and Mrs. Earl Evans
The next meeting of the organiza
tion will be a sewing meeting at
Mrs. Harold Cohn's home Nov. 25.
The meeting of the Lexington
Grange at Lexington next Saturday
night will be enlivened by the pre
sentation of several skits. Mrs. ,Lucy
Rodgers, Mrs. Frank Turner, Mrs.
Ed Dick, Mrs. Frank Edmondson,
Mrs. Frank Wilkinson and Mrs. Del
Ward will take part in one playlet,
with Mrs. J. O. Turner playing the
accompaniment and Mrs. J. O. Tur
ner reading. Another skit, entitled
"In a Bower of Flowers," will de
pict past scenes in the life of Mrs.
BIG SALE SCHEDULED
Harry McKinney of Condon was
a business visitor in the city Mon
day and announced that he will hold
a big public auction of all his stock
and equipment at the Old Company
ranch on the old Heppner ridge
road between lone and Olex next
Thursday. V. R. Runnion is the auc
tioneer. Location of ranch and the
articles to be offered for sale will
be found in another column. Mr.
McKinney has disposed of his in
terest in this farm and is closing out
all operating equipment and stock.
CARD OF THANKS
We wish to express our sincere
thanks and appreciation for the
beautiful flowers, sympathy and
help given by our kind neighbors
and friends at the time of bereave
ment of our father, Barney McDev
itt. The Family.
ESSAY CONTEST OPEN
The annual Oregon Historical so
ciety essay contest open to all state
high school students, has been an
nounced and all those desiring to
participate should contact Mrs. Lucy
E. Rodgers, county school superin
tendent for rules.
RHEA CREEK GRANGE TO ELECT
Election of officers and staging
of the last birthday dinner of the
year are on the calendar for the
Rhea Creek grange regular meeting
tomorrow evening. All members are
urged to attend.
LIONS GOVERNOR VISITS
Norval H. Martin, district gover
nor of Lions International for Ore
gon, made an official visit to the
local club and was the main speaker
at the Monday luncheon at Camp
a background for the theme music
studied that evening, which was
primitive Indian music. Even the
refreshments were Indian food? tur
key, smoked salmon and berry juice
punch. Miss Leta Humphreys was
leader for the evening's discussion.
A wool exhibit is to be held to
morrow at the Vert Memorial buil
ding in Pendleton, sponsored by the
Umatila chapter of the Woolgrowers
Auxiliary. Tea will be served dur
ing the afternoon, and a dinner held
in the high school cafeteria at 6:30
that evening. All Morrow county
members of the organization are in
vited to attend.
The Missionary society of the
Christian church met Wednesday
evening at Miss Leta Humphreys'
home, with Mrs. J. O. Turner as
leader. The theme of. the meeting
was "Migrants." Refreshments were
served at the close of the evening.
The Union Missionary will meet
Friday afternoon at the Christian
church. Mrs. Evelyn Isom and Mrs.
Margaret McNeill are in charge of
the meeting and will present a play.
The Episcopal auxiliary members
are looking forward to the visit of
Mrs. Chester Kennedy of Gatewood,
ANNOUNCING A NEW TRACTOR
SERVICE OPENINQ SOON
COMPANY of MORROW COUNTY
Offering complete repair service
for all types of tractors and equip
ment. OPENING DAY TO BE ANNOUNCED SOON
TRACTOR SERVICE CO.
of Morrow County
McCarthy r Normoyle, Mgrs.
Peas & Cora
J UlvL Town House
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