Heppner gazette-times. (Heppner, Or.) 1925-current, February 11, 1943, Page 3, Image 3

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Heppner Gazette Times, February 11, 1943 3
Cooperative Church
Holds Annual Meet
By Mrs. Omar Rietmann
The lone Co-operative church
held its annual meetiing in the
Congregational church parlors Sun
day Feb. 7. After a pot luck dinner
the business meetiing was held,
with the following results: Rev. J.
F. Stilwell was retained for anoth
er year; the members elected to the
church board were, Mrs. Anna
Smouse, Mrs. Delia Corson, Mrs.
Mattie Ray, Mrs. OUie Engleman,
and E. M. Baker. Two more mem
bers are to be elected later. The
deacons elected were E. M, Baker
and James Warfield; the, deacon
esses were Mrs. Corson, Mrs. En
gleman and Mrs. McMurray; pi
anist and janitor were left for the
board to select.
Word was received recently that
Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Smouse of
Portland became the parents of a
six pound, 15 ounce son Jan. 11.
The yaung man has been named
Kenneth Lynn.
Mrs. I. R. Robinson is recovering
from injuries to her ankle and
knee suffered in a fall during the
recent icy weather.
Mrs. Elmo McMillan of Salem is
visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
J. E. Swanson.
The sophomore class were hosts
at a farewell party for Maxine Al
lyn Tuesday evening at the Legion
hall. About 30 young people en
joyed an evening of dancing. Re
freshments of ice cream and cook
ies were served.
The recent thaw caused consid
erable damage to the road to the
cemetery. Quiite a quantity of wa
ter came down the Rietmann grade
and flooded the streets in the lower
part of lone. Several inches of wa
ter were reported in the Grange
Chas. D. Botts is reported im
proving from a recent illness.
John Hughes is visiting friends
in lone.
Mrs. Ida Fletcher received word
that her son Lloyd Fletcher has
been released from the army to go
into defense work in Portlan. Lloyd
is among those in the group above
38 years of age.
The missionary meeting at the
Congregationa church Thursday,
Jan. 28 began the year's study of
the Latin American countries. Re
freshments were served by Mrs.
John Rryson.
The Fellowship meeting of
tion 8 of Oregon Assembly of God
was held Feb. 10 at the Pentecost
mission in lone. Three meetings
were held at 10:30 a. m., 2:30 and
7::30 p. m., with pot luck meals at
noon and evening. Rev.. Sterl
Spiesz of Heppner who is the dis
trict presbyter was in charge.
The union prayer meetings are
being held every Wednesday eve
ninig at 7:30 at the Baptist church.
Mrs. William Padberg has been
spending a few days with her bro
ther, Willard Blake who is improv
ing and was able to be up in a
wheel chair Sunday. "
Word was received that Glen
Warfield' and Robert Wagner have
finished their marine training at
San Diego and have been transfer
red over seas,
Mrs. Lloyd Morgan and little
daughter Judith Irene have return
ed from Heppner and are being
cared for at the E. R. Lundell home.
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Allyn and
Maxine moved their household
goods to Portland Thursday, Feb. 4
Mrs. Delia Nance accompanied
Mr. Ring to Portland and went on
by bud to McMinnville to consult
her physician. She returned Satur
day evening.
The lone basketball teams played
Heppner here Tuesday and Lexing
ton at Lexington Friday. In the
Heppner game lone lost 47-26 and
the second team lost 17-15. At Lex
ington the lone first team lost 20
to 16, the second team won 37 to 10
and the lone grade team lost 11 to
Born to Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Rice
an 8 pound son Feb. 3 at The Dalles.
Miss Freda M. Rice of Oakland,
Calif, has been visiting her parents
Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Rice. Miss Rice
is employed in the telephone ex
change at Oakland.
E. J. Bristow has been absent
from his store the last week due to
illness. He was taken to Hood River
Sunday to consult his physician.
Miss Hazel Adkins who was called
home by the ' death of her father,
R. E. Driscoll of Heppner spent a
few days with her sister Mrs. Leo
Donald Gorger, the young son of
Mr. and Mrs. Leo Gorger has re
turned home from the hospital at
Ptendleton where he underwent an
Mrs. Howard Eubanks was taken
to the hospital at Pendleton Friday
where it was founo she is suffer
ing from an abscess on . her hip.
George Reno came up from Port
land for a few days. After trans
acting some business he will return
to his work.
Mrs. C. W. Barton of Portland is
visiting her mother, Mrs. Lana
Mr. and Mrs. James Warfield and
David spent Sunday at Pasco visit
ing Mrs. Warfield's parentst, Mr.
and Mrs. Stone, and her sister,
Mrs. E. K, Heag and family.
It is reported that Kreb's Bro
thers have lambed over 1200 lambs
to date.
Mrs. Gussie Gustfuson and Mrs.
Annie Nichols of Sumner, Ida., are
here visiting their brother, J. E.
Archie Ball brought a band of
Phil Mahoney's sheep to the Lax
ton McMurray ranch where they
will be fed until they are returned
to the Mahoney ranch for lambing.
A seotioin crew has been put on
the lone section of the branch line.
J. E. Gerdes, foreman of the crew
and his family are living in the
Park apartments.
Gerald Rood and his sister Bet
tv. son and daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Walt Rood, paid Heppner a
short visit the first of the week,
leaving Wednesday to visit their
parents who reside in the Ritter
section of Grant county. Gerald has
finished training in a school for'
mechanics in Chicago and holds the
ratng of Master Mechanic in the
navy. He is now statioined at San
iego. Betty is engaged in defense
work at Bremerton, Wash.
Holmes Gabbert, representing
the Master Engravers of Portland,
was a Heppner business visitor
Wednesday. He was interviewing
student body officials at the high
school relative to the production of
the 1943 yearbook, the Hehisch.
Gabbert is a Morrow county tax
payer, owning a ranch in the lone
BACK FROM CALIFORNIA days. Tom, member of the naval
ivt t w ii . j j CB's recently arrived on the coast
Mrs. Tom Wells returned Monday after m(m&s
evening from an enjoyable trip to ing courge at Norfolk, Va. Mrs.
California where she met her hus- Wells visited other members of her
band and visited with him a few family while in the south.
Ray Pettyjohn,' who was induct
ed the middle of January, was one
of 9 chosen from, a class of 285 tak
ing the examination for the signal
corps to be sent to St. Petersburg,
Fla., for ir.ten-'V2 training. Ray
formerly worked for the Pacific
Telephone and Telegraph company.
He is a brother of Mrs. Harold
Sherer of Heppner.
Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Valentine
were in town Saturday, the first
time in three weeks they could ne
gotiate the road from their house
to the highway.
For Spring .
Easter is late, but
you'll want to look
over our
ISleiv Spring
Suits, Coats
and Presses
early while our se
lection iscomplete
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Spring Casuals
Your pride and joy as
new as the first crocuses
JtJ: of spring!
Last Call
for new 194-3
-Only 20 weeks left until haryest-
Time for our plan department to
prepare necessary quantity
, .... 1 week
Average tim for application for
permission to build 6 weeks
Time to assmble materials 3 weeks
Time left to build (almost too
short) 10 weeks
Lumber Company
Heppner, Oregon
Don't Let Shoe Rationing
Bother You
Three pairs of shoes will be ample for
any man who buys them from our stock....
The pverage customer of our store finds it
unnecssary to buy more than two or three pairs
of shoes annually and they are always well
Take our advice Buy here and
rationing will not bother you....
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