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fleppner Gazette Times, Heppner, Oregon
Thursday, November 21, 1940
By JUNE SMITH
Forty members were in attend
ance at the luncheon held last
Thursday at the Parish House in
honor of Mrs. Chester Kenneday, of
Gatewood, Oregon, who is the pres
ident of the Women's Service Lea
gue. Following the luncheon, Mrs.
Kenneday spoke, as did Miss Kath
ryn Peterson of Pendleton, who ac
companied her here.
Mrs. Werner Rietmann and Mrs.
M. E. Cotte of lone were hostesses
at a luncheon last Friday at Mrs.
Rietmann's home. Four tables of
contract bridge were in play during
the afternoon, with Mrs. L. E. Dick
winning high score, and Mrs. Mark
The second ladies' night of the
season was held at the Elk's club
last Thursday, with bridge and pi
nochle for the ladies, followed by
dancing and a buffet supper. Mrs.
Harold Buhman won first prize in
the bridge game, with Mrs. Gene
Ferguson second. Mrs. Harvey Mill
er and Mrs. Edward Rice won at
Mrs. Anna Bayless announces
that the wool ties ordered by the
Woolgrowers Auxiliary for Christ
mas sales will be on display and
for sale at her home next week,
Nov. 25 to Nov. 30.
Among the visitors arriving in
Heppner for Thanksgiving are Mr.
and Mrs. George Hyatt of Pendle
ton, who will spend the day with
their son-in-law and daughter, Mr.
and Mrs. Phil Mahoney. Mr. and
Mrs. Hugh Gaily of Pendleton will
also be here with Mrs. Gaily's par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Hiatt. Mrs.
A. Heiny of Fairview, arrived Tu
esday at the home of her daughter,
Mrs. Gene Ferguson, to spend the
holidays. Mrs. Lewis Smith of Na
ches, Wash., is visiting her son,
Orville Smith. A number of the
younger set- will be home from
school to be with their parents,
among them Miss Clarabel Adams
and Miss Betty Happold. Mr. and
Mrs. Lester Doolittle will spend
Thanksgiving in Portland with their
daughter, Margaret, who attends
business college there, and son Paul,
who is going to Oregon State col
lege. Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Shep
ard have left for Redmond, Wash.,
where they will visit with Mrs. She
pard's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Blake-
ly. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Knox will
visit with Mr. Knox's family in
Idaho. Mr. and Mrs. George Bur
roughs left Wednesday for Portland
where they will have Thanksgiving
with Mrs. Burroughs' sister.
Of interest here is the announce'
ment of the mariage of Mrs. Muriel
Van Marter to Dr. R. M. Rice, which
took place November 9 at Reno,
Miss Isabel Fortner, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Fortner of Grass
Valley, and Mr. Clyde Davis of the
same city, were married here Tues
day at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
A number of Heppner members
of the Elk's lodge attended the grand
opening of the newly decorated lodge
hall of that society in The Dalles
last Saturday. Among them were
Mr. and Mrs. Phil Mahoney, Mr.
and Mrs. Harold Cohn, Mr. and Mrs.
Luke Bibby, Mr. and Mrs. Garnet
Barratt, Mr. and Mrs. Orville Smith,
Mr. and Mrs. Jasper Crawford, Mr.
and Mrs. Harvey Miller, Mr. and
Mrs. B. C. Pinckney, Mr. and Mrs.
Ray Ferguson, Dr. Richard Law
rence, Mr. Harry O'Donnell and Mr.
Kenneth Akers. Dancing during the
evening was enjoyed, and a buffet
About 75 persons attended the
benefit card party held last Friday
evening at the St. Patrick's rectory
by the Ladies Altar society. Bridge
and pinochle with other games were
enjoyed in the flower filled rooms,
with refreshments served at the eve
ning's close. Door prize was won
by Mr. Charles Hirl. Mrs. Cbnley
Lanham was high in bridge, Mrs.
C. W. McNamer second, with Mrs.
Sunday school at 9:45.
Morning worship at 11 a. m.
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.
CHURCH OF CHRIST
Martin B. Clark, Pastor
Brother Swander, state secretary,
will be our guest this Sunday. He
will bring the message at the regular
PENTECOTAL ASSEMBLY OF
Sunday school 9:45
Worship '. 11:00
Evangelistic : 7:30
Prayer and Praise, Thursday, 7:30
We welcome you to all our ser
vices and especially the Tuesday
night Bible study. We will be study
ing the Ministry and Gifts of the
Holy Spirit as revealed to us in
Pastor, Sterl D. Spiesz.
Aliens Must Register
By December 26th
Alien registration will end on De
cember 26 and all non-citizens who
have not yet registered are warned
that severe penalties will follow fail
ure to comply with this federal law.
All aliens, 14 years of age and
older, must register in person and
Alien children, under 14, must be
registered by their parents or guardians.
Registration takes place at the
There is no charge of any kind
connected . with alien registration.
The Department of Justice warns
aliens to beware of racketeers.
The Post Office Department and
the Department of Justice will will
ingly assist the alien in every pos
Earl G. Harrison, director of alien
registration of the Department, sug
gests that those aliens who have not
yet registered do so as soon as pos
sible and avoid the Christmas rush
at the post offices.
All aliens are also warned that,
having registered, they are required
to report any change in their per-
Richard Lawrence and Mrs. Agnes
Quran hostesses for the bridge play
ers. Mrs. Anne Miller and Mrs.
Kathryn Hisler were hostesses for
the pinochle tables, with Mr. John
Hull winning first prize, and Mr.
Mrs. Harlan McCurdy entertain
ed the Kensington club at her home
last Monday afternoon. Tea was
served at the close of the meeting.
In honor of the Grand Matron
of Oregon, Mrs. Hattie Huntington,
Eastern Star members assembled in
lone last Monday evening. Twenty
seven of the Heppner members at
tended, and following the business
session refreshments were served.
Carol Kuhr of the Oregon State
Police, who has been stationed here
during the elk hunting season, left
Sunday for his home at Newport.
Bertha Kohlborgen of Salem, who
is with the state board of higher
education, was a Heppner visitor on
Walter Moore of Pendleton was
in Heppner on Tuesday.
John M. Whitelaw of Portland,
who is with the state public welfare
commission, visited Heppner on
Mrs. Frank E. Hensley of The
Dalles spent the week end with her
husband, the new employee at the
Central market. Mrs. Hensley is a
former resident of Heppner, her fa
ther being Archie Barnard, who op
erated the dray here for a number
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manent residence address within
five day to the Immigration and
Naturalization Service of the De
partment of Justice in Washington.
Forms for this purpose are obtain
able at all post offices.
No alien need be unprepared for
the questions he will be asked. Sam
ple registration forma which show
him exactly what information he
will need at registration are avail
able in all post offices.
JENNIE DEBORAH BOOHER V i
Jennie Deborah Booher was born
at Sioux City, Iowa, on September
20, 1855, and passed from this life
on November 2, 1940, having lived
and served her fellow men and wo
men 85 years, 1 month and 12 days.
In 1895 she was married to Charles
Wesley Booher at Emerson, Neb
raska. Burial was made in Heppner
Masonic cemetery, November 4, fol
lowing services from Phelps Fu
neral home chapel. She leaves to
mourn her passing two children,
Maud Robison and William Brook
houser; three brothers, 16 grand
children and four great grandchil
dren. She was a member of the
Churh of Christ in' Heppner.
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