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    2 Heppner Gazette Times, March 25, 1943
Rietmann Families
Have Clan Gathering
The home of Mr. and Mrs. Vic
tor Rietmann was the scene of a
Rietmann family gathering Sunday.
There were 21 members of the fa
mily present, including Van and
David of Blalock, Mr. and Mrs.
David Rietmsjnn and children
Wayne, Julianna and Harold; Mr.
and Mrs. Werner Rietmann; Mr. and
Mrs. Omar Rietmann and sons Paul,
Gene and Larry; and Mr. and. Mrs.
Victor Rietmann and children,
Bobby, BillyJoe and Ruby Ann
and Walter end Robert Rietmann.
Van is leaving March 25 to be in
ducted into the army at Corvallis.
Sapphire Ikbekah lcdg3 No. 163
of Morgan and Bunch Grass Re
beksh Lodge No. 91 of lone held a
joint meeting at Morgan Wednes
dey evening, when Miss Madelene
Ressner of Dayton Oregon, presi
dent of the Rebekah assembly made
her official visit to the lodges.
Thirteen members of the lone
lodge were present
Mr. and Mrs. Norman Swanson
and small son returned to their
home in Portland Wednesday. Mrs.
Garland Swanson and two children
accompanied them as far as Port
land and continued on to Salem
for a visit with relatives there.
Several cases of mumps have
been reported among the lone
school children.
Mrs. Frank Lundell returned to
her home in Milwaukee last Tues
day and' Mr. Lundell and son MJerle
returned on Thursday. Norton Lun
dell aocompeied them to Portland
on has way to his home in Los
The lone P. T. A. meeting was
held Friday afternoon when C. D.
Conrad, the county agent, gave an
instructive talk on Victory Gardens
to a number of interested members.
The Willows grange H. E. club
meeting at the home of Mrs. Louis
Ball was attended by 18 members
and four visitors. The next month's
meeting will be at the home of Mrs.
P. C. Peterson. "
The lone library board reports
a number of new books on the
shelves. "Random Harvest" by Hil
ton, a gift from Mrs. Clyde Denney,,
is now on the pay shelf. "Road to
Victory", .by Arch Bishop Spell
man has just been received from
Major Edward Bowes who present
ed this book to every library in the
United States. There ere also 20
new books for little folks: "Baby's
Book" and "This Little Piggy" by
Mary Reed; "The Children that
Lived in a Shoe,"Pease; "The Lazy
Automobile" Wordsworth; "Jiggers,
a dog story," Lacey; "U. S. Battle
ship at War." Penfield; "Cinder",
Gay; "Frankie," "Crybaby Calf"
and "The Elephant Child," "How
the Leopard Got his Skin," and
"How the Camel Got his Hump,"
Kipling; "Sue Barton Student
Nurse," Brylston; "The Lieuten
ant's Lady," Aldrich; 'Roll Out the
Tanks," McGaughey.
Mrs. Mostul of Logan Utah has
been visiting at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. Selmer Severson for the
pest week. Mrs. Mostul is Mr. Sev
erson's sister.
Mr. and Mrs. James Warfield and
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Ball drove to
The Dalles for medical consultation
Miss Betty Bergevin finished a
nurse's training course at the Pro
vidence hospital in Seattle Monday.
She expects to spend a short time
at her home before returning to
work at the hospital.
Pvt and Mrs. Richard Lundell,
Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Lundell and Mr.
and Mrs. Darrell Padberg were din
ner guests of Mrs. Lana Padberg
Friday evening.
John Bryson left for Portland
for a short visit with his son Hus
ton. Mrs. Bryson returned home
with him Sunday.
Pvt and Mrs. Richard Lundell
returned to Boise Sunday.
Mrs. Steena Schleevoight has im
proved sufficiently from her recent
illness to return from the Heppner
hospital to her home in lone.
Mrs. ,Omar Rietmann and son
Larry were business visitors in The
Dialles Friday and Saturday.
Mrs. Walter Dobyns who has
been ill at her mother's home in
lone, returned to the Dobyn's home
Household Hint for Family Pet
Hardman News . . .
There ii no need for that "doggy odor" when the family pet it wiped '
down with good quality witch hazel once a week.
THE family pet is an important
little member of the household
group. For all the pleasure he
gives, he deserves the right care.
Here are a few simple rules..
Feed him regularly and correctly
tor his size and age.
Give him plenty of exercise and
always give him a walk about half
an hour after feeding time.
Comb him faithfully and every
week wash off his coat with good
quality witch hazel to take away
that "doggy odor" and keep his far
soft and shiny. Use cotton satu
rated with witch hazel that has
been diluted in water to clean his
eyes and muzzle.
When "man's best friend" seems
cross or inclined to snap at peoplsv,
don't take it for granted that a bad;
disposition is the causs 1st
Veterinarian determine what is
wrong and lnstract you on tat
proper treatment .j
Remember your dog is jroari
friendtreat him a tne?
Friday. Mrs, Henry Peterson is
now caring for Mrs. Ida Peterson.
The Topic club social meeting for
March will be at the home of Mrs.
Clyde Denney Saturday afternoon,
March 27 with Mrs. Denney, Mrs.
Chas. Carlson and Mrs. Omar Riet
mann hostesses.
The bridge crew of the railroad
moved their cars to Arlington on
Clarence Harris has left the Stan
dard Oil station to work on the
Carl Feldman ranch.
Mrs. Hugh Smith suffered pain
ful burns on her face and arms
Sundlay morning when gas from
her stove exploded. She was taken
to Heppner hospital for medical
Pfc and Mrs. Clarence Linn vis
ited Mr. Linn's parents, Mr. and
Mrs. P. J. Linn last week. They
left Wednesday. Mrs. Linn is em
ployed .in the shipyards at Vancou
ver and Pvt Linn is stationed with
the coast artillery on Puget Sound.
Ray Blake of Moro, accompanied
by Mrs. Bernice Wilt also of Moro,
was an lone visitor over the week
end. Mr. Blake visited his father,
Willard Blake and Mrs. Wilt was a
guest of Mrs. Carl Feldman.
Schools Put Red
Cross Drive Over
By Mrs. Elsa Leathers
Both the high and grade schools
went over the top this week when
they donated $13.00 to the Red
Cross. Then not to be outdone, just
because they are small in numbers,
(only 18 in both schools) on St.
PEtrick's day they made a poster
which read 'St. Patrick drove the
snakes out of Ireland, we'll drive
them out of the world." They can
vassed the town selling war stamps
and sold $8.45 worth. The stamp
drive was lead by Mrs. Ethel
Knighten. The stamps were mount
ed on trim little shamrocks.
Last month several names were
on the list that bought bonds and
received a piece of the battleship
Al Lovgren returned to his home
Friday after having his tonsils re
moved on Tuesday at Heppner.
Ivan Leathers returned home Sat
urday after spending the last three
months with his sister, Joy L. To
wer at Deep River, Wash, and at
Vancouver, with other sisters and
Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Batty and
family of Eight Mile called at the
L. H. Robinson home Sunday to
visit with Mrs. Kenneth Batty who
has a badly injured leg md is
staying here while under the doc
tor's care.
Mr. and Mrs. Oren McDaniel went
to their mountain home Sunday
returning Moday. They report
there is still plenty of snow in
places usance they had to walk
about two miles.
Mr. and Mrs. Ivar Nelson of Kin
za visited the Carrol V Robes over
the week-end
Dick and Elmer Steers are help
ing Lon Wright in lambing, on
Rhea creek.
Merle Crawford of Sisters, who
is state district fire warden, of
Greet Spring '43 with neuv
hope, neisu vigor and a
nei&j outfit!
Clothes for every hour of the day and
Slacks for gardening
Suits for business
Dress-ups for those precious hours of
relaxation from the steady grind.
John Day headquarters, was call
ing on Elso M. Leathers on business
Misses Alene Inskeep, Clarice
Moore, Nadine Zornes and Jean
ette Renoe spent Saturday night
in Heppner.
Mrs. Blaine Chapel is driving her
daughter to school again. Due to
bad roads she had been boarding
in town.
Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Casebeer
have received word that their son,
Marvin, with the armed forces, has
been promoted to corporaL A letter
received from: Marvin within the
week was the first word from him
in five months.
Former Resident
Passes at Medford
From the Medford Mail-Tribune
it is learned that Emma Jane Cox,
for many years a resident of Mor
row county, passed away March 15,
at the age of 79 years. She had been
making her home with her daugh
ter, Mrs. Lena Young, 329 North
Riverside avenue and had suffered
a long illness.
Emma Jane Gerking was born in
Yamhill county, Ore., Dec. 25, 1863.
She was united in marriage to Oli
ver Jefferson Cox June 9, 1888. He
preseded her in death in 1938. To
this union were born nine children
of whom three are deceased (Bessie
Cox, Gladys Young and Ollie Shri
ver). She leaves to mourn her pass
ing .five sons, Delvin A. Cox of
Longview, Wash, Bernard V. Cox,
Seattle, Wash, Jay A. Cox, Seattle
Harold J. Cox, Prospect, Ore., and
Darroll W. Cox, Portland, also one
daughter, Mrs. Lena Young, Med
ford, 21 grandchildren and seven
She spent most of her life in
Morrow county in the vicinity of
Heppner. She was a very devout
member of the Christian church,
and leaves a host of friends to
mourn her passing.
Funeral services were conducted
from Perl funeral home March 17,
Rev. R. W. Coleman, pastor of the
First Christian church, officiating.
Interment was made in Medford
I. O. O. F. cemetery.
A G-T want ad will do wonders
if you have anything to sell, tracV
or exchange. Results every time.
for your late model car or truck.
We have a good selection of used cars for sale.
Peterson Motor Co.
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