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Thursday, April 10, 1941
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New Railway Agent
Arrives at Lexington
By MARGARET SCOTT
M. B. McGinnis, Jr., arrived to
be the local railway agent for the
Sam McMillan has returned home
Mr. and Mrs. Lonnie Henderson
and sons were dinner guests at the
Sarah White home Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Acklen and
Ruthann of Madras spent the week
end at the Harry Dinges home.
A. M. Edwards and Ed Cummings
were business visitors in Walla Wal- j
Mr. and Mrs. Hershal Talbot and
Donna Mae left for Arlington where
Mr. Talbot will be stationed with
the state highway department.
Art Keene, Otto and Laurel Ruhl
were business visitors in Ukiah Mon
day. Mr. and Mrs. Lon Richards of
Heppner were guests at the Roy
Williams home Tuesday night.
Paul Padgham of Washington
spent the week end at the George
Mrs. Alice Prock of Heppner vis
ited at the home of Mrs. Norma
Jean Hanna Monday.
An Easter program will be pre
sented at the Christian church Sun
day at 10 a. m. with church ser
vices at 11 a. m.
The local 4-H club girls will
sponsor a food sale from 12 to 3
o'clock at Barnett's store on Satur
day, April 12. Later in the after
noon they will hold their regular
Lola, Juanita and Archie Pad
berg, Jr., have the measles at their
Mrs. Maude Pointer spent several
days last week here from Salem
where she has been making her
Mrs. Ronald Foos entertained Mrs.
Harry Duvall, Mrs. Ivan Amend and
Mrs. Ned Gleason at bridge Tues
day afternoon at her home.
Tuesday night a group of friends
charivaried Mr. and Mrs. Frank
Rhodda who recently moved into
the Congregational church parson
age. Mr. Rhodda is employed in
Jack Van Winkle entertained a
group of young people at his home
with a Sunday morning breakfast.
Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Foos enter
tained Mr. and Mrs. Ned Gleason
and Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Amend with
a irthday dinner honoring Mr. Glea
son Tuesday evening.
The P. T. A. meeting was held in
the school house Wednesday eve
, ning with a good crowd attending.
Following the business meeting a
quiz contest with the women on one
ieam and the men on the other was
enjoyed. Miss Rose Liebbrand of
Heppner showed slides of places of
interest she had been, including
canada, Crater Lake, San Francisco
fair and several more local pictures.
These pictures were in color and
were interesting and educational.
Refreshments of cake and coffee
were served at the close of the program.
morning during the Sunday school has been added to the teaching staff, j
hour, followed by preaching at 11 j as a result m tne increase in n-
tendance there. Miss Johnson came
a T -1 1 .T a! ff
Harry Ring, who is attached to the t e " nuoi wnen u im -iv,.i
t ramn Mrrav. ! gaii district decided to transport.
School Play Well
Received at lone
By MRS. ELMER GRIFFITH
The play presented by the high
school Friday evening was well re
ceived. Those having parts were
Paul Rietmann, Eilene Sperry, Char
lotte Cannon, Doris Palmateer, Eu
gene Empy, Eulenna Seehafer, Bar
bara Ledbetter, Ernest McCabe, Mel
vin Brady and Bill Eubanks.
Delegates elected by Bunch Grass
Rebekah lodge for Rebekah assem
bly which meets May 20 in Baker
are Veda Eubanks and Mildred Lun
dell. Mary Swanson and Lena Lun
dell are the alternates. Mildred Lun
dell was elected deputy district pres
ident. The Union Sunday school will
present a program Easter Sunday
V. R. RUNNION
Phone 452 Heppner, Oregon
spent the week end here with his
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Ring.
He reports that they will be moved
to California the 19th of this month,
to remain until July.
Mrs. Franklin Lindstrom has word
that her brother, Fred Ritchie, will
leave Fort Funston, near San Fran- I
cisco, for the Panama canal on the
12th of this month. He has been in
the service since the first of the
year and it attached to the coast
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Clark enjoyed
a visit last week from Mrs. Clark's
sister, Mrs. Mary Norris and her
friend, Helen Loomis of Portland.
Mrs. Norris sailed Saturday from
Portland for Alaska, where she will
make her home.
Misses Miriam Hale of Tangent
and Ellen Allen of King's Valley left
Saturday for their homes. They have
rented the Park hotel to Mr. and
Mrs. Henry Clark who have taken
possession and opened the dining
Martin Love, U. P. agent here, has
gone to La Grande to do relief
work. His place is being filled by
Mrs. J. E. Swanson, Mrs. E. R. Lun
dell, Eva Swanson, Mr. and Mrs.
John Troedson and Carl Troedson
went to the Valby Women's Mis
sionary society meeting held at Jesse
Warfield's last Sunday. A large
crowd was in attendane. Mrs. Claud
Huston is the leader, and the society
is proud of the banner recently re
ceived for having the most paid up
members in the Portland diocese.
Mr. and Mrs. Martin Bauernfeind
and son Gene of Morgan spent the
week end in Portland, where they
visited Mr. Bauernfeind's aunt who
was seriously injured recently in a
Mr. and Mrs. Franklin Ely and
family of Morgan made a trip to
Pendleton and Hermiston Saturday.
They took Miss Ruth Johnson to her
new location at Hermiston where she
arm iiu miser
Travel in modern-day
coaches on Union Pacific
trains is not only most
economical but so
restful and pleasant.
Porter service. Free Pillows.
9;35 P. M. daily from Portland
Challenger Meals 35o, 40o, 50.
8:00 A. M. daily from Portland.
Popular Coffee Shop service.
CITY OF PORTLAND
Saves 17-hours Portland to
Chicago. Leaves 6:30 P. M.
on 1st, 7th, 13th, 19th and 25th
of each month. No extra fare.
-LOW COACH FARES
$40.41 ONE WAY
Visit Sun Valley, Idaho. Ideal for real
or relaxation ox the entiie family.
C. DARBEE, Local Agt
Phone 132 Heppner, Or.
and has been teaching classes in
spelling, arithmetic and English in
the grades, and conducting the girls'
Mr. and Mrs. D. R. Long and
daughter, Dorothy Farrens, made a
trip to Portland Sunday to take Mrs.
Long's daughter, Arleta Lyons, who
has been visiting here.
The Women's Topic club will
meet Friday, April 11, at the home
of Mrs. E. M. Baker.
Mrs. C. E. Carlson is enjoying a
visit from her mother, Mrs. Harrison
A number .of ladies assembled at
the home of Mrs. Henry Peterson
on April 1 to celebrate her birth
day and wish her many happy re
turns. Refreshments of cake, coffee
and sandwiches were served.
Mr. and Mrs. Foster Odom spent
a few days at the end of the week
in Salem where they visited Mr.
Odom's parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. T.
Odom, and attended the opening of
the "Bonita," the beauty shop which
Mr. Odom's sister, Miss Juanita, and
her partner have opened for bus
iness. Miss Juanita is a former lone
high school student.
According to' Leonard Carlson,
weather observer, the precipitation
for January at Gooseberry was 1.41
inch, compared to 1.36 for Heppner,
and 1.57 for Morgan. The total
snowfall was five inches. A year
ago Gooseberry received 2.04 inches
of rain. In February of this year
Gooseberry received 1.15 inch of
moisture as compared to .63 for
Heppner and .67 for Morgan. The
snowfall was only one-fourth inch.
Mrs. Ida Grabil returned Monday
from Yakima, Wash., where she has
been visiting her sister, Mrs. Cyn
thia Cochran, for several weeks.
Mr. and Mrs. Everett Keithley and
family of Baker are visiting rela
tives here Sunday. They came over
to visit Mr. Keithley"s mother, Mrs.
Eunice Keithley who is ill in Hepp
ner. C. E. Carlson , the owner of a
new pick-up, delivered by Pendle
ton Grain Growers.
Mrs. E. C. Heliker returned home
from the hospital in Pendleton Sat
urday, and Mr. Heliker has return
ed from a few days in Portland.
PINE CITY NEWS
By BERNICB WATTENBURGER
Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Wattenburger
and Mrs. Mary Foley motored to
The Pine City Ladies club met at
the club house Thursday for Red
Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Wattenburger
and family were Heppner callers
Sunday. They inspected their bee
yards in that vicinity and enjoyed
a picnic lunch.
R. E. McGreer spent the week
end with his family.
Mrs. Hugh Currin, Jr., and daugh
ter, Mary Lou, of Pendleton are
visiting Mrs. Hugh Currin, Sr.
Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Wattenburger
and Mr. nd Mrs. Marion Finch made
a business trip to Walla Walla, Sat
urddy. Mr. and Mrs. Bill McDaid spent
Sunday at the Doherty ranch in
Mrs. R. E. McGreer and Shirley
spent Sunday afternoon at the VYy
ers. Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Struth
ers were also callers.
Mr. and Mrs. Marion Finch, Mr.
and Mrs. Charles Bartholomew were
among callers at the Hughes home
Mrs. E. A. Wattenburger enter
tained Mrs. Helen Ringo and Miss
Marie Klages at dinner Friday eve
ning. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Barker of Buhl,
Idaho, spent Thursday night at the
Charles Bartholomew ranch. Mr.
Barker, now manager of the bank
in Buhl, will be remembered by
many old friends. He was reared
here and had not been back on the
creek for 31 years. They were ac
companied by their niece, Mrs. Fred
Mrs. Helen Ringo and Miss Marie
Klages were Tuesday night dinner
guests of Mrs. R. E. McGreer.
Mrs. Helen Ringo and Miss Marie
Klages drove to The Dalles Saturday.
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