Heppner gazette-times. (Heppner, Or.) 1925-current, December 17, 1942, Page 2, Image 2

Below is the OCR text representation for this newspapers page. It is also available as plain text as well as XML.

    2 Heppner Gazette Times, December 17, 1942
By Mrs. Omar Rietmann
It is reported that the lone Park
apartments are to be closed.
Howard Eubanks received his call
to report at Portland for service in
the Merchant Marine.
Mrs. Cleo Drake and daughter
Patricia and son Ernest left Tues
day for a week's visit in Portand.
Laxton McMurray, Henry Clark,
Harvey and E. J. Brisbow were
called to Heppner Monday for jury
Mrs. Ruby Kincaid returned to
her home Saturday from the Hep
pner hospital. She is improving but
still very weak.
Joyce Darst has been visiting her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Leonard
Carlson, the last 10 days. She left
Monday for Seattle for a short
Mrs. Minnie Forbes returned
Thursday from the Heppner hospi
tal and is convalescing at her home
in lone. Mrs. Ida Grabil is caring
for her.
Mrs. John Farris, Mrs. FJwayne
Peck and small son made a short
trip to Portland last week, going
down Thursday evening and re
turning Saturday.
The lone P. T. A. is sponsoring
a Christmas program, tree and
treats for the children at the school
audlitoiium, Tuesday, Dec. 22 at 8 p.
m. Everyone is invited. Santa will
be there.
Billy Gorger celebrated his birth
day Thursday with a dinner for a
number of his friends. The evening
was spent in playing games. Those
present were Donald Ball, Tom Do
herty, Alton Yarnell, David Bar
nett, the host and his family.
Cpl. Henry Buschke arrived home
Thursday ,Dec. 10 for a short vis
it with his family and friends. He
is stationed at San Francisco. This
is his first visit home in 15 months.
He returned to his station Saturday.
There will be services at the Lu
theran church, Gooseberry, on Sun
day Dec. 20 by Pastor Oscar Ro
at 11 o'cock anr evening service,
lander of Seattle. Morning service
Chrimas tree and program at 8 p.
m. The public is cordially invited.
The Valby Women's Missionary
society met at the home of Mrs.
Henry Baker on Sunday, Dec. 13.
this being the annual meeting.
Mrs. Claud Huston was re-eleced
president, Mrs. Ben Anderson- sec
retary and Mrs. Henry Peterson
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Gorger and
daughter Betty were . Pendleton
visitors Saturday. They were dis
appointed in not seeing Mrs. Gor
ger's brother, Tom P. McCarty who
had just been transferred from lhe
east to Pendleton and was again
transferred to Walla Walla before
they could arrange a visit.
Mrs. Harvey Ring served a din
ner in honor of her daughter Mrs.
Clarence Harris Sunday .The occa
sion was Mrs. Harris' birthday
Those present were Mr. and Mrs.
Inskeep, Mr. and Mrs. Franklin
Lindsrom and sons, Mrs1. Delia
Nance and son, Mr .and Mrs. Har
ris and daughter and Mr. and Mrs.
The lone Masons and Eastern
Star held their election of officers
recently. The new officers for the
Masons are: George N. Ely, W. M.;
H. V. Smouse, S. W.; Omar Riet
mann, J. W.; Bert Johnon, Seec.;
E. R. Lundell, Treas. -The O. E. S.
elected: Mrs. Elaine Rietmane, W.
M.; George N. Ely, W. P.; Mrs. Mil
dred Morgan, A. M.; E. R. Lundell,
A. P.; Mrs. Dorothy Smith, Con.;
Mrs. Marjory Baker, A. Con.; Mrs.
Ruth Mason, Sec.; Mrs. Ruby Rob
erts, Treas. A joint public installa
tion will be held on Wedneday, Jan.
6. A pot luck dinner will precede
the installation.
The Topic club program at the
home of Mrs. Charles Carlson Fri
day was very interesting and time
ly. Mrs Algott Lundell gave a re
port on the construction of the
highway from the United States to
Alaska, Mrs. Martin Cotter gave a
description of the natives and the life
on the' Solomon Islands, and Mrs.
C. W. Swanson read an article on
Atrabine a substitute for quinine.
Mrs. Victor Rietmann was pleas
antly surprised with a birthday
cake, baked by Mrs. Clell Rae.
Fourteen ladies were present at the
meeting. The social meeting will be
held at the home of Mrs. H. E. Yar
nell, Saturday, Dec. 19.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hulburt from
Clover ,Utah, recently arrived in
Heppner to make their home. Mr.
Hulburt has retired from railroad
ing ,his latest run being on the
Elko ,Nev., division of the South
ern Pacific. Mrs. Hulburt is a sister
of Robert McCullough and they will
make their home with him.
MAKES SHORT VISIT Ida-, where he is in training at the
Howard "Spud" Furlong paid his naval training station,
home town a brief visit the first -
of the week coming from Farragut, To buy, sell or trade, use the U-l
Homer I. Watts, Athena attorney,
attended the session of circuit
court here Monday.
Ladies of the Methodist church
will hold a food sale at 10::00 a. m.
Saturday at the Case Furniture
Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Houghton of
Irrigon were transacting business
Houghton is secretary of the West
in the county seat Monday. Mr.
End Irrigaion district .
Mrs. W. L. Suddarth of Irrigon
was a Heppner business visitor
Monday, being called here for jury
duty. She stated that a new James
way unit has been added to the in
cubators of the Suddarth hatchery,
makng 11 units in all.
To Electric Users in
Heppner, Lexington and
Service will be off from
IOA.M. toll A.M.
Sunday, Dec. 20
Due to necessary repair
work on the lines.
Pacific Power & Light Co.
These Two Things
This is
Oyster Season
The Elkorn
Is the Place to get
Oysters Served to
your taste
Other Sea Foods
In Season
Follow the Crowd
Ed Chinn, Prop.
lie Qvmltv Sift
A drum, a little red wagon, a picture book . . . these
are gifts that bring joy to a boy's heart. But you can
give him a far greater gift. You can give him the right
to live as a free American ... the advantages of liberal
schooling . . . the freedom to follow his religious beliefs
. . . the privilege of choosing his life-work . . . yes, even
the unquestioned right to gain a world of knowledge
and pleasure through travel.
All this you can give him by doing whatever you can
no matter how little to win this war so that he may
live to appreciate fully the true meaning of Christmas
. . . peace on earth and good-will toward men.
Today, in the Union Pacific family, thousands of
fathers are working tirelessly to justify the steadfast
faith of their children. Theirs is the task of assuring
the safe transportation of trainloads of war materials
and troops. It is a tremendous job but they are doing
it gladly. They know, as do we all, that only through
hard work and sacrifice can we give our little ones the
greatest gift of all . . . peace and freedom.
lite ?uilefic Afutdit T&titk
, fiiiiiimHmmtiHi
Last Christmas Just a Dream
This Christmas It's the Dream Come
We have a good selection
to choose from
For Victory Buy Stamps and Bonds