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About Heppner gazette-times. (Heppner, Or.) 1925-current | View Entire Issue (April 17, 1941)
Clayton Davis Does
Service in Philippines
By MARGARET SCOTT
In a letter received by relatives
here Clayton Davis of the U. S.
navy says that he is stationed at
Manila in the Philippine islands.
The senior class motored to Pen
dleton Friday where their gradua
tion pictures were taken. They were
accompanied by Mrs. Roy Campell,
Mrs. A. F. Majeske and Mrs. Ted
Mr. and Mrs. Ned Gleason spent
the week end in Union.
Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Amend and!
Miss Dorothy Chambers spent the
week end in Portland.
Mr. and Mrs. Neal Knighten and
family of Hardman were Sunday
guests at the Ralph Scott home.
Mrs. Claude Hill and family re-
. turned to Redmond Saturday after
a visit with her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. S. G. McMillan.
A large crowd attended the Easter
services Sunday morning at the
Christian church. An Easter pro
gram was presented by the Sunday
school after which services were
conducted by George Tucker.
George Peck and D. W. Glasgow
were Portland visitors Monday.
Mrs. Roy Johnson is visiting her
husband in Burns.
Ruth Hannaman is working at l
the Lawrence Palmer home.
Myles Martin spent the week end
Kenneth Jackson spent the Easter
vacation at his parent's home here.
The Study club met at the home
of Alice Foos Monday evening. The
evening was spent studying the sub
ject of Mormonism.
Mrs. Melissa Stonebraker is suf
fering from an attack of flu at her
Everett Crump and Helen Bre-
shears spent Sunday in the moun
ivir. ana Mrs. uan w hillock and
family motored to Spray Sunday,
Mr. and Mrs. Merritt Gray and
Skippy Ruhl spent the latter part
of the week at the Gene Gray home
Mr. and Mrs. Bob Burnside and
family spent the week end at the
Wardwell home on Rhea creek.
George Tucker will conduct ser
vices in the Christian church Sun-
day at 11 a. m. Sunday school will
meet at 10 a. m.
Miss Veryl Crowe 1 1
Dies in Capital City
, By MRS. ELMER GRIFFITH
Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Crowell of
Morgan receied word Monday eve
ning of the death of their daughter,
"Veryl Cool, in Washington, D. C.
Miss Cool was a government em
ploye and had been in Washington
about . a year, Her death was due
to complications following an attack
Sunday guests at the A. C. Crow
ell home were Mrs. J. G. Jackson,
Mrs. Vixen Wheeler, Mrs. Lon Mer
rill, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Shuler
and Billie Rowell of Hermiston and
V. R. RUNNION
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Mr. and Mrs,, Rae Johnson of Neb
raska. Arriving at the A. C. Crowell
home Sunday evening were their
daughter, Mrs. Jack Stevens and two
small sons, and her father-in-law,
Miller Stevens of Brewster, Wash.,
and Vester eNlson of Louisiana. They
plan to remain for a few days.
Everett Keithley and family and
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Wright of Baker
spent Easter Sunday in lone at the
home of Mrs. Ida Grabil. who is the
mother of the two ladies.
Mr. and Mrs. John Turner of Bak
er spent Easter here with Mrs. Tur
ner's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Grimes and
Mrs. Blaine Blackwell and little
daughter, Donna Jean, returned Fri
day after a visit here. Mrs. Black
well is the daughter of Mrs. Ida
Fletcher. Mr. and Mrs. Grimes vis
ited at Hardman. They live at Ya
chats. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Heliker are
enjoying a vacation trip in Idaho.
A bridal shower was held at the
home of Mrs. George Krebs at Cecil
last Wednesday, honoring Miss Pat
Bleakman, who, however was not
able to be present. She was in the
hospital in Heppner recuperating
from an injury received in an auto
accident. Fifteen friends were pre
sent and brought lovely gifts.
Norman Bergstrom, who attends'
Pacific university at Forest Grove
is spending the Easter vacation with
his parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Berg
Ruth Crawford, a senior at Maryl
hurst college, is spending her vaca
tion in the hospital at Heppner,
where she underwent an appendec
tomy Saturday night. She is the
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Wait Craw
ford. W. L. Van Horn is registered at
I the Park hotel. He is the engineer
in charge of construction of the
Elmer Griffith elevator at Morgan.
Donald Tannehill, the relief agent
at the depot, is living at the Howard
Mr. and Mrs. John Krebs and
children, and Margaret Anne Krebs
of Cecil spent the week end in Port
land. Easter guests at the Harry Yar
nell home were Mr. Yarnell's father,
G. A. Yarnell, and his sons, Lew and
Glenn and Mrs. Glenn Yarnell, and
Label and Willis, all of Bickleton.
One hundred and thirty persons
attended Sunday school Easter
morning, and enjoyed the excellent
program which was presented, and
which consisted of appropriate songs
and exercises. Rev. Berger held
church services during the church
hour, and 45 little children enjoyed
an Easter egg hunt.
NOW IN SEASON
The "R" months are back
again with a fresh supply of
choice sea foods always avail
Contributions Taken for
CHINESE RELIEF SOCIETY
and Official Receipt Given
Meals at All Hours
Gazette Times, Heppner,
J The social slub of the O. E. S.
met Tuesday afternoon at the home
of Mrs. Bert Mason.
I The auxiliary of the Legion met
! Saturday afternoon at the home of
I Mrs. Victor Rietmann. A pot luck
dinner was spread at noon for 24
' members and children. Two adults,
! Dorothy Shaefer of Mikkalo, and
i two juniors, Ruby Anne Rietmann
j and Norma Lou Lundell, were ini
j tiated. Plans were made for a visit
' from the state officers on Friday,
i Mr. and Mrs. Erret Hummel spent
' the week end in La Grande, visit
1 ing relatives.
' Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Blake spent
j Sunday at the home of their son,
Kenneth, in Heppner.
I Martin E. Cotter was greatly plea
sed this week to receive a visit
from an old friend, Chester Murane,
from Austin, Minnesota. He now
lives in Portland.
Mrs. Dale Ray was called to Lyle,
Wash., Sunday by news of the ser
ious illness of her daughter, Mrs.
Mrs. Mary Pfeifer of Pendleton
and two grandchildren from Lex
ington visited at the Ray Barnett
Mrs. Delia Corson went to The
Dalles Sunday wth her niece, Lor
aine Reed, and is visiting there.
C. H. Hudson of Junction City,
who has been spending several days
here looking after his farm property,
left Monday for Gibbon with Louis
Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Fabian of
Hood River spent Easter with Mrs.
Fabian's brother-in-law and sister,
Mr. and Mrs. O. G. Haguewood.
Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Harris
moved into the Congregational par
sonage last Wednesday.
Mrs. Alex Lindsay of Silverton
arrived Friday for a visit with her
son, James Lindsay and family. Mrs.
W " 0 V i!
Lindsay is a former resident of this
county, but this is her first visit here
in 23 years.
Mrs. Markham Baker and co-hostesses,
Mrs. Frank Lundell, Mrs.
Milton Morgan, Jr., and Mrs. C. F.
Feldman entertained the Womens
Topic club at the Baker home Fri
day afternoon. An interesting re
view of the book, "Country Editor"
by Hough was presented by the
hostesses, and refreshments of waf
ers and spring salads were served.
The social meeting will be held at
Mrs. Feldman's home on April 26.
Rose Marie and Billy Gorger, stu
dents at St. Francis academy in
Pendleton, are spending the vacation
with their parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Miss Betty Jean Mankin, who at
tends school in Walla Walla, is
spending her vacation at home.
Gene Wardwell has moved his
family into town. They are living
on Second street in the house known
as the Louis Balsiger house. 1
Mrs. Fred Mankin visited her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Dwight Mis
ner, at Thornton, Wash., last week.
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Thursday, April 17, 1941
Willows Grange Sets
Program for Public
Willows grange will present a
short program on April 19, begin--ning
about 9 o'clock to which the
public is invited, and 'we would
like to see the bright and smiling
faces of all grange members," an
nounces Barbara Heliker, lecturer..
The program follows:
Opening song, "Bud and Bloom;"
roll call, "Why I Like Spring" or
"My Hobby;" tableau, Crucifixion;
poem, "Down on the Farm" by Don
Wetmore; style show by lone high
school girls; song, "Easter Parade,"
girls quartet; talk, "A Puzzling New
Legume," by Ivar Nelson; poem by
Lee Palmer; drawing of 4th degree
pin;' closing song, "Old Rugged
MRS. JOSIE REASONER PASSES
Mrs. Josie Reasoner passed away
at 11 p. m April 11, at her home in
Ellensburg, Wash., after an illness
of some weeks, complications with
a goiter operation causing her death,
according to word received this week
from T. M. Reasoner. The Reasoners
are former residents of Monument
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