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Mrs. Esteb Laid to
' Rest at Centerville
Heppner Gazette Times, December 31, 1942 3
J. P. O'Meara has returned to his UmUHIfimmmiHHimmitWHHlWU H a. m. Topic, "Circles of Growth." HERE FROM COAST
home after several days medical
By Elaine Rietmann
treatments at Heppner.
Roy Lindstrom returned home
Sarah Alice Esteb died Tuesday, lon. He has been honorabiy
oi more man s charged for reasons of health.
jcms ai uie nome or ner aaugnter,
Mrs. Eunice Keithley. She was
FIRST METHODIST CHURCH
Mrs. Laxton McMurray received Bennie Howe. Minister
born April 20. 1850. at MilWsW word from ms- Leavengood Sunday, Jan. 3:
111. When still a small child she Mlrlam Hale her husband Divine worship 11 a. m. Special
crossed Hie' 'plains ot Oregon with hLas comPted. airplane me- choir music.
her parents, first settling in the chamCS schoolinS and 13 now walt" Church and Bible school at 9:45
Willamette valley. On June 3 1873 lng to assiSned to a base- a- . Lucy Rodgers, superinten.
sbo wae msr,.; t, v 'vu Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Swanson dent.
The "Go to Church" campaign Miss Kathryn Parker, teacher hi
will get underway Jan. 10, but come the Myrtle Point xhool
with us now and enjoy a helpful spent the holidays with her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Frank S. Parker, leav
a most cordial ing this afternoon for Pendleton to
take the train for the west.
You will find
at KWV iw t 1QOQ u tw, had as their Christmas guests Mr.
n TWmJ and M- Clel Rae d family; Mr.
Youth Fellowship at 6 p. m.
Evening worship at 7:45 p. m.
ed in farming. Mr. Esetb V'J WSS' ... .
ui muwauACTT mm .uij. uu x: ejiowaiup ana prayer service ev-
Ferd Nicholson and daughter. ery Wednesday evening at 7:45.
Miss Lois Haak of Condon spent Thought for Today:
Christmas with her grandparents, .This is everybody's church, pre-
Mr. .and Mrs. P. J. Linn. senting everybody's Christ. Come!
Mr. and Mrs. Johan Troedson
away in 1927. Surviving Mrs. Esteb
are two sons, Sam and Fred of Ta-
coma and one daughter, Mrs. Eu
nice Keithley of lone, 10 grand
children, 15 great-grand children.
Funeral services were held Thurs-
i r a -ii i J ATI c ivtc rmennnxr
j. tw, OA i tu tdu i m. i ana sn ari were nristmas am.- omiuo uiurnLi
day Dec. 24 at the Phelps Funeral , . ,, ,, nunwnxi
Hima tt ... . , , ner guests of Mr. and Mr.s H. E. CHURCH
Hime in Heppner with interment Cheh gdmA 9:45
beside her husband in Centerville ,7 . 7 y' , . , t,. u w t d,w t u
Wash Saturdav Dec 26 were ceiled to San Franclsco by Blshop W. P. Remington of the
' , y ' Mr. and Mrs. Johan Troedson Eastern Oregon Diocese will cele-
Tr-r, TW iq t j t the serious illness of Mrs. Troed- brate Holy Communion at All
Roy Turner (Margaret Seehafer) son's sister- Carl accompanied them Saints Episcopal church at 11 a. m.
of Portland, a daughter. The ' new
Mr .and Mrs. Car Linn and daugh
baby has been named Joanne,
ter Leta spent part of their vaca
iton with Mr. Linn's parents, Mr.
and Mrs. P. J. Linn. Mrs. Linn is
teaching at Grass Valley and Mr.
Linn is a civil engineer now lo
cated at Spokane.
Mr .and Mrs. Harvey Ring, drove
Ey BERNICE WATTENBURGER
Malcolm O'Brien left Tuesday for
to Silverton Dec. 23, to visit Mr. Portland to join the navy.
King's relatives there. They were Miss Marie Healy, Portland, spent
accompanied by Mrs. Delia Nance the Chrismas week-end with her
to Arlington Tuesday. Sunday, according to announcement
Mrs. Ella Davidson spent Christ- received this moming by members
mas day in Heppner. She was the of the local church. Rev. Eric O.
dinner guest of Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Robathan, who has served the lo
cal church the past three years,
held his concluding service Christ
mas morning when he celebrated
Holy Communion at 9 o'clock. He
assumes charge of St. Morks par
ish in Pendleton Jan. 1.
PINE CITY NEWS
CHURCH OF CHRIST
Martin B. Clark, Minister.
Rtblf srVinoI 9;45 a m A class
and two small sons and Mrs. Har- parents, Mr .and Mrs. John Healy. or everyone
riett Hunt who went to their Miss Kathleen Daley of Pendle- Communion and preaching 11:00
homes at McMinnville and Hills- ton is visiting her parents Mr .and Christian Endeavor, 6:30 p. m.
boro respectively. Mrs. James Daley over the holi- Pre-prayer service, 7:30 p. m.
The home of Mrs. Lana Padberg days. '
was the scene of a family gather- Mr. and Mrs. Jasper Myers and ST. PATRICK'S CHURCH
ing Christmas day. Those present family spent Christmas day with Rev. Francis McCormack, Pastor
were Mr. and Mrs. Darrel Padberg Mr .and Mrs. Russell Moore. Schedule of services:
and daughter, Arlie Padberg, Mr. Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Wattenburger Heppner: Mass at 9:00 a.m. every
and Mrs. Terrel Benge and family, and family spent Christmas day in Sunday except 3rd. Mass on 3rd
Louis Padberg, Mrs. Ruby Kin- Pendleton with Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Sunday at 10:30.
caid and sons, Mr. and Mrs. Hus- Van Orsdoll. lone: 10:30 a.m. on 1st Sunday
ton Bryson and Mr. and Mrs. John Mrs. Eldon Kinton and family 9: a m on 3rd Sunday
days ago. have moved to Twin Falls, Idaho, na: 10:30 a- m- on 2nd .and 4th
Laxton McMurray drove to Her- where she works in the J. C. Penney Su"daP' ' a
miston to spend Christmas day with store. Mrs. Kinton is a daughter of eek-day mass at 8 a.m. First
his brother Fred whose back was Roy Neill. "dav- am-
seriously injured by a fall a few There will be a dinner at the Pine tZTl 5
ays ago - o'clock. Everyone is welcome. Come 8-00 pm- Sundays JU5toji:55 a.m.
Mrs. Ted Blake drove to Port- -y scnooi jlew Year s day at one ASSEMBLY OF GOD
land Wednesday accompanied by and bring your friends and enjoy
her mother, Mrs. Fell of Heppner, the day. Potluck dinner.
Mr. and Mrs. Selmer Sevenson, Mrs. Mary Ritchie and Mr. and
Miss Dorothy Guerney and Miss Mr-s. Roy Ayers and daughter of
Georgia Currier. On the return trip Hermiston and Mr. and Mrs. Olen
Thursday she was accompanied by Richey and family of Stanfield were
her husband who is employed in Christmas day guests at the C. H.
Portland and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Ayers home.
Lllpd f,.offm;wa- We've got Axis to grind. Buy
The E. R. Lundell family gath- Bonds flnd
-ered at the family home for Christ-
mas dinner. The following were
present: Mr. and Mrs. Cleo Drake
and family, Mr. and Mrs, Paul
Pettyjohn and son, Mr. and Mrs.
Lloyd Morgan, Mrs. Richard Lun
dell and Frank Lundell. Mr .and
Mrs. Norton Lundell added their
greetings to the holiday gathering
Christmas Eve when they called the
family long distance from Los
Rollo Crawford and Paul Riet
mann who are employed in Port
land are spending a short vacation
at their homes.
Mrs. Mary Blake spent Christmas
with E. J. Blake and family near
Heppner. Mrs. Mary K. Blake has
as her vacation guestt Miss Betty
Ann Upton of New York.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Mason and
daughter were Christmas dinner
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Martin
" F. W. Sheridan, the lone station
agent, attended an annual Christ
mas dinner party at San Francisco
with buddies of the First World
War. This group of men have been
gathering from all parts of the
country each Christmas since 1929.
This year 35 wer epresent
Arthur Ritchie has sold his truck
line to Frank Holub who has pur
chased his International truck and
trailer. Bob Buchanan will operate
the truck for Mr. Holub.
Mr. and Mrs. Gene Inskeep, the
superintendent .of lone schools,
and their small son are spending
the holidays with Mr. Inskeep's
family in McMinnville.
Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Yarnell and
son Alton spent Christmas day with
Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Yarnell and
family of Lexington.
Sterl D. Spiesz, pastor
Sunday school, 9:45 a. m.
Worship, 11:00 a. m.
Evangelistic service, 7:45 p. m.
Tuesday prayer service, 7:45 p. m.
Thursday Bible study, 7:45 p. m.
COOPERATIVE CHURCH OF IONE
J. Fred Stilwell, Pastor
Sunday school, 10 a. m.
Preaching and Holy Communion
ijKterinQs to you
From the WHOLE "GANG"
Our Wish for You Is Happiness
And Lots of Luck and Cheer . . .
And May We Keep on Serving You
Throughout the Coming Year!
Yes, the whole gang at Runnion's
Cafe is joining in a rousing New
Year's Greeting to all our customers.
This is our way of saying "Thanks'
Heppner and Morrow County, for
your patronage in the past . . . and
it is our wish that we may continue
to serve you in '43!
To Our Many Friends
We say, "HAPPY NEW YEAR "
And May Our Friendship Grow
Throughout the Coming Year
Humphrey's Drug Co.
May 1 943 bring good cheer to
Uncle Sam and to our allies
Good Luck to You in '43
From the bottom of our hearts we
wish you a Happy and Prosperous
New Year. We will do everything pos
sible to serve you well during 1943!