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Farewell at Lexington
Given E. H. Turner
By MARGARET SCOTT
Mr. and Mrs. Karl Miller of Uma
tilla spent the week end at the
Harry Dinges home. ;
A. M. Edwards, son Albert, and
Park Carmichael spent Saturday in
Janice Hayes of Corvallis is visit
ing her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs.
Ralph Jackson motored to Port
land last week. He was accompan
ied home by his son Kenneth who
spent the week end here.
Mrs. Clarence Carmichael visited
in Portland last week.
D. W. Glasgow and R. B. Rice
were Spokane visitors Wednesday.
Services will be conducted at the
Christian church Sunday evening
by George Tucker. The' attendance
has been good the past few Sun
days, and everyone is invited to
Mrs. Grace Turner gave a farewell
party for E. H. Turner Friday eve
ning. Out-of-town guests were Mr.
and Mrs. Albert Lindstrom, Mr. and
Mrs. John Troedson and Carl Troed
son. Mr. Turner is leaving for Sum
merville. S. G. McMillan who has been vis
iting in Portland arrived home Saturday.
Sunday guests at the Art Hunt
home were Mr. and Mrs. Earl Hunt
and daughter of Heppner.
George Tucker is moving into the
Ira Lewis house.
Delbert Hiatt visited his son Don
ald at the George AUyn home last
Jerry Scott spent the week end
with Skippy RuhL
Mr. and Mrs. Ned Gleason enter
tained Mr. and Mrs. L. R. Foos and
Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Amend with a
dinner Monday evening, honoring
the Foos1 second wedding anniver
sary. The cake was charmingly de
corated with a miniature bride and
Helen Breshears was ill at her
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Whillock and
daughters were Sunday dinner
guests at the Vernon Scott home.
George Steagall and Mr. and Mrs.
Willie Steagall and son, visited at
the Wilbur Steagall home Sunday.
Mrs. Ray Williams spent Monday
in Heppner at the home of her mo
ther, T,t A. L. Lumsden of the Oregon
state police spent the week end in
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Long lone Resident
By MRS. ELMER GRIFFITH
Election of officers was held at the
Union Sunday School last Sunday.
Erling Thompson was elected sup
erintendent; Charlotte Sperry, sec
retary; Mr. Erling Thompson, pian
ist, and Gilbert Haller, song leader.
Mrs. Zinter was elected teacher of
the Bible class with Mr. Pettyjohn
as her assistant.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Baker and
familv snent the week end in Port
land. Mrs. Erling Thompson ac
companied them and visited her par
ents at Salem.
Mrs. J. E. Swanson and daughter
Eva and Mrs. Garland Swanson and
children are spending a few days
in Portland and Salem.
Mr. and Mrs. Howard Eubanks
are moving out of the Park hotel
which they have been operating this
winter into the Ida Moore house.
P. N. G. club of the Rebekah lodge
will give a dinner Friday evening
of this week at the I. O. 0. F. hall.
Dinner will be served at 6:30 so that
those who wish can attend the smok
er at the high school. Any who wish
may play cards or other games after
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Peterson have
moved to Hermiston where Mr. Pet
erson has employment in the Gamble
Word was received in lone Sun
day of the death in Pendleton of
George E. Franks Monday night.
His son-in-law and daughter, Mr.
and Mrs. Emmett Botts, went to
Pendleton Tuesday to assist in ar
rangements for the funeral. Mr.
Franks was for many years city
marshal of lone, but had lately been
making his home with his daughter,
Mrs. Hobart Helms, in Pendleton.
Olive Petteys of Lexington is
spending a few days here with her
aunt, Mrs. Frank Engelman.
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Lovell of Es
tacada and their son and daughter-
in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Lovell,
who were married last Thursday,
visited here Saturday and Sunday.
They are former residents of lone,
and had been visiting Mrs. Lovell's
sister at Hermiston, and her bro
ther, Lonnie Ritchie, at Heppner.
Fred Nichoson and Walter G. Ro
berts left Tuesday by auto for Port
land where they plan to remain for
a few days.
The Union Missionary society will
meet Thursday of this week. Hos
tesses are Mrs. Matthew Gordon
and Mrs. J. H. Bryson.
C. E. Shaver of Bend is a guest
at the Henry Clark home.
Mrs. Harvev Ring returned Mon
dav from Hood River and Portland
where she has been for the last
Mr. and Mrs. Terrel Benge and
Mrs J. H. Brvson went to Condon
Sunday to visit Mr. and Mrs. Leslie
Roundv and the new baby.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Botts have
moved to Pendleton where Mr. Botts
has emrJovment in a box factory
Mrs Botts" father, Mr. Obert, went
Mrs. Diantha Akers who has been
spending the winter with relatives
in Vancouver, B. C, returned home
last Wednesday, but left Tuesday for
Portland where she will visi a cou
sin. The 0. E. S. Social club met Wed
nesday at the home of Mrs. E. M.
Baker. Parts have been assigned
for the home talent plays to be pre
sented April 13.
Carl Peterson of Sacramento, Cel.,
is visiting his brother, O. E. Peter
son. He plans to return to Califor
nia in a few days.
Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Heliker re
turned home Satnrday evening from
Foster Odom was called to Salem
Fridav nieht bv rftws that his mo
ther, Mrs. A. T. Odom, had under
gone an appendectomy.
Mr. and Mrs. Cleo Drake have
moved their family from Heppner,
and are living in the home recently
vacated by J. P. O'Meara.
P. J. Linn represented the lone
I. O. 0. F. in the Morrow-Umatilla
convention at Weston, Saturday, and
Fred Ely, H. O. Ely and George N.
Ely represented the lodge at Mor
gan. Claude Brashers, who has been
here recuperating from an appen
dectomy, left the first of the week
for Lyle, Wash. .
Mrs. Walter Dobyns is staying in
town, caring for her mother, Mrs.
Ida Peterson, while the latterrs
nurse, Mrs. Emily Peck, is visiting
relatives m Portland.
Rev. M. B. Clark of Heppner will
lead a devotional meeting at the
BaDtist church on Tuesday evenine.
School district No. 5 at Morgan,
voted. 12-10 to stay out of the lone
district, with, which it had been re
organized. The children from this
district are now being transported
Mrs. Donald Heliker is in The
Dalles, visiting her mother, who is
Debate at Pendleton
' By ELSA M. LEATHERS
Miss Lois Hewitt took four of the
high school girls to Pendleton Satur
day for the district debate matches.
Misses Jean Leathers and Vern Mc-
Daniel were on the affirmative side
while Misses Vera McDaniel and
Ollie Hastings talked for the neg
ative. The question was, "Resolved,
That power of central government
be increased." Miss Cecelia Bell and
Miss Ruth Eversole accompanied
John Hastings was seeking med
ical aid this week as the result of
a fall, having fractured a couple of
Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Lovgren and
son visited Sunday at Lonerock.
Harlan Adams, Mr. and Mrs. Duff
McKitrick and Mr. and Mrs. Vester
Hams all spent the week end here
from the Zornes camp.
Miss Pat Bleakman pent Saturday
evening at home from Cecil where
she is employed at the George Krebs
Mrs. Neal Knighten and daughter
La Delle returned home Tuesday
after spending two weeks near Echo
with her mother, Mrs. Roy Neill.
Leon Chapin spent several days
in town this week due to an injury
to Hs back. He consulted a physi
i cian at Heppner.
Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Robinson
spent Tuesday in town papering
- their house that they purchased ear-
Willows grange will hold an old
time dance on Saturday, March 8.
A feature of the program will be
a prize waltz and a prize two-step.
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Mr. and Mrs. Raymond McDonald
and children came home Saturday
afternoon from the Zornes camp,
also Earl Redding. Mr. McDonald
and children stayed here while Ray
mond and Earl returned on Sunday.
Mr., and Mrs. Bert Burnsides mo
tored to Monument Sunday to take
Grace Rice home. Miss Rice has
been employed as cook at the Zorn
es camp this winter.
Mrs. Claud Buschke is suffering
from a. badly injured foot She ac
cidentally stepped on an open jack-
Mr. and Mrs.. Stanley Robinson;
and daughter visited at the C. D.
Robinson home in, Lonerock Sun
day. Owen Leathers: went to Monu
ment on Sunday to see his father
and Ivan Leathers,, returning; home
G. A. Farrens moved his sheep
to the Ball and Mahoney lambing
camp on Monday;, where he. will
Guy Chapin left Sunday for the
Ralph Thompson ranch; where he
will work through lambing,.
Mrs. J. J. McDonald and Mrs. Roy
Robinson visited; in Heppner Sun
day. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Rodgers
moved into their garage on Monday.
They were previously located at
Eightmile Center.. Mr:, and Mrs.
Miles Mulligan have moved to the
Mr. and Mrs: Carl Leathers went
to Yachats Sunday tot visit Mrs.
Leathers' mother, Mrs. John Grim
es. They will come home the first
of the week..
Cooked food sale by Methodist
ladies, Case Furniture store, March:
15. 11 o'clock. 1-2.