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2 Heppner Gazette Times, August 27, 1942
lone Schools to Open
Monday, September 1 4
By MRS. JEL.MER GRIFFITH
Rev. J. Fred Stilwell will attend
the Tri-State Conference of Con
gregational and Christian churches
at Forest Grove August 28 to Sept.
3. This is an inspirational and train
ing conference and will be attended
by outstanding national religious
leaders. There will be someone to
fill the pulpit here next Sunday dur
ing Mr. Stilwell's absence.
At a meeting of the school board
Monday night it was decided to
open school on September 14, thus
giving a little more time for stu
dents to help with farm work. The
board has just received , word that
Reuben Fischer has been inducted
into the army, and it will be neces
sary to find someone to fill his
Willows grange will hold its reg
ular meeting on September 5th at
8 p.m. The third and fourth de
grees will be exemplified during the
Mrs. H. D. McCurdy of Heppner
and her daughter, Mrs. Leonard Gil
man were dinner guests of Mrs. Mc
Curdy's mother, Mrs. Ella David
son before the young lady left by
plane Thursday for her home at
Chula Vista, California, after a
month's visit with her parents.
Mrs. John Krebs of Cecil is en
joying a visit from her mother, Mrs.
Sommerfeldt of Portland.
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Pettyjohn of
Hermiston brought home Mrs. Pet
tyjohn's nieces, Delores and Patri
cia Drake, Sunday. They left their
little son with his grandparents,
Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Lundell while they
enjoyed a five-day vacation trip.
Richard Lundell, who is with the
armed forces, has been returned
from Missouri, and is now stationed
at Yakima, Wash.
Mrs. Hiram Werst and daughter
Mildred of Clarkston, Wash., arriv
ed Friday to visit for a few days
with Mrs. Werst's sister, Mrs. I. R.
Robison, and her brother, Laxton
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Lindstrom left
Tuesday morning for a trip to Port
land. Ted Palmateer of Morgan left on
Sunday for Portland. Recently he
enlisted in the navy and left for his
examination and induction. His
parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Palma
teer, drove him as far as Arlington.
Janette Renoe is visiting her sis
ter, Mrs. Robert Buchanan.
Miss Hazel Burrell and Carl Mar
tin of Portland were house guests
of Miss Eileen Sperry at the home
of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. G.
Sperry this week. The young peo
ple left on Sunday for their homes.
Paul Tews, who has been work
ing for his cousins, Mr. and Mrs.
Henry Smouse, this summer, depart
ed for his home in Seattle Sunday.
Mrs. Bert Mason and Mrs. Fred
Mankin and son Buddy left Monday
on a trip to Spokane.
Walter Roberts made a business
trip to Walla Walla on Friday.
Mr. and Mrs. Alton Turner of
Pondosa spent Monday visiting their
aunt, Mrs. Elmer Grifith and fam
ily. Wallace Coleman had the mis
fortune to break his right arm on
Sunday. The accident occurred
when the horse he was riding stum
bled into a hole and threw him off
and stepped on him. He is the son
of Mrs. A. T. Coleman of Morgan.
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Miller and
two sons of Salem are guests at the
home of Mr. Miller's sister, Mrs.
Garland Swanson. Mrs. Swanson
met them in Arlington on Saturday.
SERVICES AT IONE
Mrs. Neva Wells will conduct ser
vices at the lone Co-operative
church Sunday morning in the ab
sence of the minister, J. Fred Stil
well, who is attending the Pacific
Northwest regional conference of
Congregational and Christian chur
ches at Forest Grove, August 28 to
Buy War Bonds and Stamps.
PINE CITY NEWS
By BERNICE WATTENBURGER
Elroy Moore has gone to Seattle
to visit his mother. He has been
working for Russell Moore all spring
Mr. and Mrs. Russell Moore and
sons, and Miss Betty Finch spent
from Wednesday until Monday at
Lehman hot springs.
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Wilkins made
a business trip to Dayton, Wash.,
Wednesday and Thursday.
Misses Katherine CBrien and
Patty Finch were overnight guests
Thursday and Friday with Lucille
Jasper Myers and son Jerry were
Walla Walla visitors Thursday.
Mr. and Mrs. Marion Finch and
daughters, Patty and Frances, were
Pendleton callers Thursday.
Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Ayers and
daughters, and Mr. and Mrs. Jasper
Myers and family spent from Fri
day until Sunday at Lehman hot
Morris Rasmussen of Boardman
called Wednesday evening at the E.
B. Wattenburger home.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Vogler were
callers in Pendleton Wednesday.
Bobby Morehead is attending a
church convention for boys at An
Mr. ad Mrs. Elden Kinten of
Kemmerer, Wyo., are the parents
of a baby daughter, born August 20,
weight 7V2 pounds. Mrs. Kinten is
known as Alma Neill. The young
lady is- the first grandchild of Roy
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Bartholomew of
Bingen, Wash., is visiting his brother
and family, Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Bar
tholomew. Mr. and Mrs. Marion Finch and
daughter Patty spent Sunday at
Lehman hot springs.
Mr. and Mrs. Ray Ayers of Her
miston called Monday at the Clay
ton Ayers home.
Mr. and Mrs. Garnet Abercrombie
and family called Sunday afternoon
at the E. B. Wattenburger home.
Mr. and Mrs. Allen Struthers call
ed Sunday afternoon at the A. E.
By MARGARET SCOTT
Mary and Clair Hunt have re
turned home from Portland and Sa
lem. Bobby Gray of Stanfield is visit
ing relatives here.
Mr. and Mrs. Lonnie Ritchie and
Garnet Williams spent Sunday in
Stanfield and vicinity.
A group of friends gathered at
the aid room Wednesday afternoon
to honor Edwina Breshears Gibson
with a bridal shower. Refreshments
of ice cream and cookies were serv
ed and many lovely gifts were re
ceived. Delbert Vinson returned from
Spokane Friday to get Mrs. Vinson
and Richard and they will make
their home at Spokane.
Mrs. Ralph Jackson and daughters
returned Saturday from Ritter hot
springs. Mr. and Mrs. Gus McMil
lan, daughter Eula and granddaugh
ter Jean are remaining there for a
Mr. and Mrs. Guy Farris moved
to Florence, Saturday, to make their
When Eating in The Dalles
GEORGE COOK, Prop.
You can help keep our army inter
ceptors and navy patrol planes
(lying. Every fire is aa Axis fire.
Don't blind the eyes of our de
fense. Use care in the woods. Help
keep our skies clear.
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By MRS. J. A. SHOUN
Mrs. Grider of Portland and her
grandson, Glen Schaffer, are visit
ing her son, Walter Grider, and
Mrs. Grider for two weeks.
Schneiders of the Wilson camp
went to Yakima to spend the week
but had car trouble so did not get
back until Wednesday. They work
at the Umatilla ordnance depot.
Mr. Frederickson is taking a load
of melons to Pendleton Thursday.
Mrs. Jack Browning has two ne
phews visiting her, Buddy McRob
erts who formerly lived with them,
and Warren Walker.
Lloyd Aldridge who resides here
and does carpenter work in Walla
Walla is home from a week's vaca
tion at Tillamook and Crescent City.
He took his little son Allen with
Rev. Walpole is taking his vaca
tion working in the harvest field,
so there are no services in the Pres
byterian church until he returns.
Rev. and Mrs. Loree and two
children of Hermiston called on the
Walter Griders Sunday.
Keith Walbridge left for Wood
land, Wash., Monday after spending
a week with his grandmother, Mrs.
Nora Wilson, and family.
Cecil Goodman left Irrigon to join
the army the 26th. The Pentecostal
church had an all-day meeting in
his honor. He was their Sunday shool
superintendent and choir leader.
He received a leather soldier's kit
from the members, and his fellow
workers at the Umatilla ordnance
depot presented him with a wrist
watch. He was married in March
to Miss Delight Brockmeir.
The Herman Duus family return
ed Sunday after spending a week
at Estacada and Gresham with their
aged parents, and on the coast from
Depot Bay to Astoria and back to
Mrs. Suddarth and Mrs. Stephens
and daughter Janet went to Her
The Ladies Aid met in the Pres
byterian church basement and quilt
ed. They served refreshments.
Robert Brace left for the army
Carl Alquist and Fred Reicks of
Vale are here to see about Reick's
place. Ray Cosner. has been the
renter for the last year.
Women of the Pentecostal church
met at Mrs. Tom Caldwell's and or
ganized a missionary society Thurs
day. Mrs. Ruby Alton is visiting at the
Coulters and Don Kenny's family.
She is the women's sister.
Mr. and Mrs. Russell McCoy and
Mr. and Mrs. Ray Coulter and two
children and Mrs. Don Kenny went
to Portland in a car, and Mrs. Alton
returned by bus.
Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Grim were
Hermiston visitors Thursday.
The Rev. Hezelrig left Sunday for
Oklahoma. Mr. and Mrs. Cecil
Goodman took him to Boardman
where he boarded the train. His
mother is very ill and they sent for
Mrs. Lulu Parkins is visiting Mrs.
J. A. Graybeal.
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Munden anci
two children spent Monday in Pen
dleton. Mr. and Mrs. Potts and Grandma
Caldwell visited the C. W. Grim
family Sunday evening.
Earl Terry cut off the forefinger
of his left hand while doing carpen
ter work at the ordnance depot Tu
esday. Mrs. C. D. Whitney and Mrs. Ag
nes Lentze went to Stanfield Tues
day. Rev. and Mrs. Davis have moved
to Arlington trying to start a Pen
tecostal church there.
Frank C. Frederickson and so.i
made a trip to Heppner Tuesday.
Earl Stewart spent one night with
his mother. He is a soldier.
Mr. and Mrs. V. L. Ruggles of
Pocatello spent the week end with
her sister, Mrs. Elmer Rucker.
Mr. Habelin's nephew, Buster
Whitman of Yamhill, is visiting
Mrs. Stella Doll who has been
resting up at Wallowa lake after a
serious illness was an Irrigon vis
' Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Whitney and
Mrs. Lee Smith went to Yakima
Tuesday after peaches.
Mr. and Mrs. Adrian Allen and lit
tle daughter, and Charles Acock,
Sr., and Charles, Jr., went after a
load' of peaches Sunday. They
brought back 25 apples boxes full.
The melon raiser (the one who
raised any) is surely making the
money this year. Don Kenny and
Mr. Frederickson are about the
largest raisers. The melon stands
are doing a big business as just a
few started up this year.
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