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Thursday, October 30, 1941
Heppner Gazette Times, Heppner, Oregon
Read at Portland
By MRS. ELMER GRIFFITH
The marriage of Miss Helen Eliz
abeth, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Samuel Clark Ransdell of Portland
and Alfred Nelson of Lexington, son
of Mr. and Mrs. Alfred H. Nelson of
Oakgrove was solemnized in Port
land at the Mt. Tabor Presbyterian
church Saturday evening, October
25, at 8:30 p. m. The bride was
gowned in white satin with finger
tip veil, and carried a shower bou
quet of bouvardia. She was attend
ed by her two sisters, and Miss El
len Nelson, sister of the bridegroom.
Mr. Nelson was attended by his bro
ther, Norman Nelson. Prior to the
ceremony a soloist sang, "Because"
and "Eternally Yours." A reception
was held in the church parlors after
the ceremony. After the honeymoon
the young couple will make their
home on the Nelson ranch near Lex
ington. Mr. and Mrs. Henry V.
Smouse and daughter Shirley were
guests from lone.
Mr. and Mrs. John W. Krebs and
children, Dick and Donna Mae, of
Cecil have returned from Portland
where they attended the wedding of
Mrs. Krebs' niece, Miss Helen Bak
er, and Mr. Royal Wamer, which
was solemnized at the Nazarene
church in Portland. Little Donna
Mae Krebs acted as flower girl and
Mrs. Krebs cut the wedding cake
at the reception which followed the
Mr. and Mrs. Laxton McMurray
returned from Ritter Springs on
Mr. and Mrs. George C. Krebs re
turned Tuesday from a trip to Cor
vallis where they visited their sons,
Marion and Mansell, sophomores at
O. S. C. and also visited1 Mrs. Krebs'
old home at Cottage Grove.
Mrs. Cynthia Cochran of Yaki
ma is here visiting her sister, Mrs.
Ida Grabil. Her daughter, Mrs.
Holmes Holman, brought her over.
Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Blake enjoyed
a visit Tesday from Mrs. Blake's
sister, Mrs. Mary Blake, and her son
Roy Blake of Kinzua.'
Mr. and Mrs. E. 0. Wayett of
Hood River were guests Tuesday of
Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Ekleberry of
Morgan, while en route to Spokane.
Joe Engelman went to Walla Wal
la last Thursday and enlisted in the
naval reserve "for the duration of
the national emergency," and will
report for duty on November 5th.
He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank
Harold Kincaid was stricken with
infantile paralysis last week and was
taken to a hospital in Portland where
he is being kept in an iron lung.
His wife and mother, Mrs. Clara
Kincaid, are in Portland to be near
him. Latest report is that he had
made slight improvement and was
able to move the tips of his fingers.
Fayne Ely, young son of Mr. and
Mrs. Franklin Ely, is confined to his
bed recovering from an attack of
infantile paralysis, which was not
recognized at the time of his illness.
Mr. and Mrs. Erling Thompson
and little son spent Sunday in The
Dalles wehre they met the other
members of the Thompson family.
Mrs. Nicoli Thompson and sons Nor
ris and Jim came from McMinnville,
Ted Thompson from Corvallis and
Ralph Thompson from Portland,
where he is a student at the Uni
versity of Oregon medical school.
The reunion was held in honor of
the birthdays of Erling and Norris.
Rev. J. Fred Stilwell has gone to
Albany to prepare is household fur
iture for moving to lone.
Mrs. W. G. Seehafer is ill at her
home on Willow creek with erysipelas.
Mrs. M. R. Morgan is ill at her
home in lone.
Erret Hummel went to Salem Fri
day to attend a meeting in connec
tion with the school paper.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry V. Smouse
and daughter Shirley went to Port
land for the week end. They at
tended the wedding of their neigh
bor, Alfred Nelson.
Roy Lindstrom spent the week
end visiting relatives and friends in
Donald Peterson and little broth
er Gerald of Portland spent the week
end here with their father, O. E,
Peterson. The boys are attending
school in the city,
James Lindsay and daughter Betty
Lou went to La Grande Saturday
to attend the E. O. C. E.-Idaho game.
They also visited another daughter,
Helen, who is a student at the col
lege. Mrs. E. G. Sperry and daughter
Charlotte spent the week end in
Portland where they visited Mrs.
Sperry's aunt, and her daughter,
Eileen, who is a student at Maryl
hurst. Friends here have received word
from Mr. and Mrs. Henry Gorger,
saying that they have reached their
destination, Saint Cloud, Minn., af
ter a very pleasant and comfortable
journey. They plan to visit relatives
there for some time.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hoskins and
son Bob and Eulenna Seehafer drove
to La Grande Saturday to see Fred,
Jr., and Lee Pettyjohn play on the
E. 0. C. E. team.
Services at the lone Co-operative
church next Sunday are announced
by J. Fred Stilwell, pastor, as fol
lows: Eible school, 10 a. m.; preach
ing, 11 a. m., topic "The Fullness of
God;" evening service, 7:30 p. m.
By MARGARET SCOTT
George and Sherman Tucker were
dinner guests at the Art Hunt home
Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Scott and
sons and Mr. and Mrs. Merritt Gray
spent Snuday at Pine Grove.
Last Thursday evening Mr. and
Mrs. Rov Williams entertained a
group of friends with a utensil din
ner at their home.
Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Hunt motor
ed to Pendleton Sunday to visit Es
ther Thompson who is confined in
a hospital there.
Mr. and Mrs. Delbert Vincent
have moved into a trailer house on
the Claud White ranch.
Mr. and Mrs. Merritt Gray went
to Stanfield Tuesday and expect to
Guests this week at the Harry
Duvall home are Mrs. Minnie C.
Norton from Mitcell and Mrs. Mc
Afee from San Francisco.
MARTIN-TAYLOR RITES TOLD
A Bremerton, Wash., newspaper
gives the following account of the
recent wedding of Lester Taylor of
even physical hardship by being too
In order to help hunters inexper
ienced in the mountains to avoid
such situations Forest roads in the
Umatilla National Forest are closed
to entry and use during such per
iods, under Regulation U-6.
If you are in camp in the moun
tains when a severe storm strikes,
you are advised to break camp and
move out while you can, whether it
be day or night.
By leaving your camp clean and
neat you will aid us and set a good
example for other campers a few of
whom heretofore have been quite
thoughtless of the fellow who may i
wish to use that place next. "Burn
what you can and bury the rest."
All hunters using Forest roads do
so at their own risk.
Forest Supervisor. 1
this city: At a quiet ceremony sol
emnized the evening of October 6
in Olympia, Miss Gwen Martin,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Bill Wal
lace of Bremerton, became the bride
of Lester Taylor of Heppner. The
service was read by Rev. Van R.
Hinkle in the presence of a few in
timate friends. For her wedding the
bride chose a blue velvet frock with
white trim and matching accessor
ies, and wore a gardenia corsage.
Mrs. J. Aylward and George L. Bax
ter attended the couple. A wedding
dinner was served in the evening.
Now home from their wedding trip,
Mr. and Mrs. Taylor are residing at
185 Westwood, Bremerton. Guests
were Mr. and Mrs. George Baxter,
Mr. and Mrs. J. Aylward, Lillian
Peterson, Marvel Osborne and Earl
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