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fleppner Gazette Times, Heppner, Oregon
Thursday, November 14, 1940
By JUNE SMITH
Some of the new books recently
received at the Heppner Public li
brary include "Parots Can Learn"
by Helen Hanford, "Reader's Di
gest Reader," "My Shadow in the
Sun" Frances Davis, "Who Walk
Alone" by Perry Burgess, and "One
Foot in Heaven" by Hartzell Spence.
Others are "Invitation to Live,"
Lloyd C. Douglas; "The Stone of
Chastity," Margey Sharp; "Sergeant
Lamb's America," Robert Graves;
"Mrs. Miniver," Jan Struther; "The
Bucharest Ballertine Murders," Van
Wyck Mason; "For Whom the Bell
Tolls," Ernest Hemingway.
Mr. and Mrs. Jasper Crawford
held a supper at their home Sun
day evening with members of the
Kennel club as their guests. Three
tables of contract bridge were in
play, with the woman's high score
being won by Mrs. Garnet Barratt,
and Mr. Phil Mahoney winning high
score for the men.
Mrs. D. M. Ward had her dupli
cate club at her home last Thurs
day evening. Two tables were play
ed, with the winning team composed
of Mrs. Agnes Curran, Mrs. A. D.
McMurdo, Mrs. J. J. Nys and Mrs.
Frank Nickerson. The hostess serv
ed dessert at the close of play.
Miss Kathryn Farnsworth of The
Dalles and Mr. Lou Strode were
visitors at the D. M. Ward home
last week end.
Mr. Charles Nash of Wenatchee
visited at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
D. M. Ward last week.
Mrs. Mark Merrill had two tables
of duplicate bridge for members of
her club at her home last Tuesday
evening. Refreshments were served
at the evening's end The winning
team was Mrs. Garnet Barratt, Mrs.
Dave Wilson, Mrs, Harold Cohn and
Mrs. Agnes Curran.
Mrs. Bruce Gibbs and Mrs. Wil
iam Cox were hostesses for their
bridge club at the Gibbs' home last
Thursday afternoon, at a dessert
bridge. Mrs. George Burroughs won
high score, and Mrs. Oral Wright
second. Others present were Mrs.
Earle Bryant, Mrs. Cornett Green,
Mrs. Anson Rugg and Mrs. Frank
A number of Heppner members
of the American Legion and auxil
iary attended the banquet given by
the Hermiston legion last Monday
evening. Speakers and group sing
ing made up the program. A parade
was staged by the local bands and
legion leaders on the Hermiston
streets preceding . the football game
between the Hermiston and Hepp
ner high schools.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Cox spent
Monday in Hermiston, where they
visited Mr. and Mrs. Cleve Cox, and
Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Payne. They
later attended the legion banquet.
Mr. Howard Bryant was confined
at home a few days this week with
an attack of quinsy.
A first aid class, sponsored by the
American Legion auxiliary and in
structed by Mrs. Lucy Rodgers, will
start next week.
Mr. A. T. King of Portland, and
Norton King, who is attending Ore
gon State college, visited in Hepp
ner last week end with Mr. and
Mrs. Jasper Crawford.
Mr. and Mrs. Jim Thomson, Jr.,
and small daughter are spending a
week vacationing in Portland.
Mr. and Mrs. Ray Kinne and son
Dickie spent the week end in Yak
ima. Mr. Fred A. Miller of Oregon City
has joined his son Dwight Miller
here for elk hunting.
Mrs. Truman Babb is in Portland
The Bookworms met Tuesday eve
ning at the home of Miss Leta Hum
phreys. Mrs. Ture Peterson review-
Sunday school at 9:45.
Morning worship at 11 a
Epworth League at 6:30.
Evening service at 7:30.
Midweek service Thursday at 7:30
We invite you to come worship
James Wilkins, Pastor.
dessert bridge Wednesday afternoon
at Lucas Place for her duplicate
club. The winning team was Mrs.
Lawrence, Mrs. Fred Lucas, Mrs. W.
I O. Bayless and Mrs. W. P. Mahoney.
Ladies night has been announced
for tonight by the Elks club. All
members are invited. Bridge will
be played by the ladies, with danc
ing and refreshments following.
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.
ed the book, "Quietly My Captain
Waits," a historical novel of the
18th century, placed in Eastern Can
ada. Colored slides taken of Quebec,
the St. Lawrence river and Gaspe
peninsula, which were featured in
the book, were shown by Miss Rose
Leibbrand. Eleven members were
present and refreshments were serv
ed at the close of the evening.
Mrs. Ray Kinne was hostess to
the Kensington club at her home
Monday, November 4th.
The Earle Bryant's baby son Bob
by is reported to be quite ill at his
Mrs. Stephen Thompson enter
tained members of the Wednesday
bridge club at her home yesterday.
The afafir was a dessert bridge, with
two tables of contract in play. High
score was won by Mrs. Jasper
Crawford and Mrs. Thompson re
ceived second prize. Guests were
Mrs. Robert Knox and Mrs. Mau
Mrs. Richard Lawrence held a
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TERMS TO SUIT YOUR BUDGET
CALL FOR WARRANTS
Outstanding warrants of School
District No. 1. Morrow County, Or
egon, numbered 6350 to 6361, both
numbers inclusive, will be paid on
presentation to the district clerk.
Interest on said warrants ceases
November 15, 1940.
ROBERT V. JONES, Clerk,
School Dist. No. 1,
CARD OF THANKS
Our sincere thanks and apprecia
tion are extended to the many
friends for their help, sympathy and
floral tribute at the time of be
reavement of our beloved wife and
The Turner Families.
The most individual gift a per
manent from Myrtle's 37t.
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