Heppner Gazette Times, March 25, 1943 3 Lexington News High School to Present Four Plays By MBS. MAXINE GRAY Lexington high, school will pre sent four one-act plays Friday eve ning, March 26, at 8 p. m. The plays and their respective cast are as follows: "Flittermoiisie" Coleen Wallace, Barbara Ledbetter, Juanita Bellen brock and Bill Marquardt. "Silence Please" Louise Hunt, Macrie Jackson, Estelle Ledbetter, ' Janet Marquardt and Truman Mes senger. "Cat's Whiskers" Majo Marquardt, Rena June Messenger, Jean Rauch, Roberta Miller, Claude Way, Jack Miller, eDan Hunt, Elmer Piper, and Kenny Way. "Cornfed Babaies" Wanda Breed ing, Alice Marshall, Rena June Messenger, Carl Marqardt and El mer Piper. IRRIGON NEWS Church services were not held last Sunday due to the absence of Mrs. Joel Benton who is still in Portland due to' the illness of her daughter. As far as is known ser vices will be held next Sunday as Mrs. Benton is expected back this week. Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Yarnell had as their guests Sunday after- noon, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Williams. Mr. and Mrs.. Robert Burnside and family moved to Portland the first of the week. Mrs. Buell Harshman and dau ghter spent several days visiting . at the home cf her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Dan Way. Mrs. Clifford Yarnell gave a birthday party for Robyn Joy on Monday. The little guests were Billy, Douglas and Dicky Ross, Ross, Michael Lee Gray and Kay Yarnell. Also present . were Mrs. Bill Ross. Mrs. Roy Williams and 1 and Mrs. Merritt Gray. Sherman Tucker, who spent sev ere 1 months in the armed forces, is now in Lexington. He expects to go to work in the shipyards shortly. Word was received by Mrs. Nettie Davis that her son-in-law, P. W. Allison had died. Mr. Allison was a former resident of Lexington. Mr. and Mrs. Willie Steagall and son Tommy and Miss June Steagall were Pendleton visitors Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Gibson and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Breshears were Hermiston visitors Friday evening. PINE CITY NEWS By BEBNTECE WATTE KTBTTBGER Mrs. C. H. Bartholomew received a letter this week from Miss Shir ley Jarmon of Portland telling that her brother Oscar Jarmon has returned to the states for a short visit. He came in and surprised his mother who lives in Bakersfield, Calif. He hopes for a two weeks' furlough and if granted, he will visit his friends and relatives in eastern Oregon. He attended grade and high school at Pine City and then took up aviation. He is re membered on Butter Creek as "Son" i Jarmon." Mr. and Mrs. William Campbell and family of Westwood, Calif, were over night guests of Mr. and Mrs. Charley Morehead and family Wednesday. Mrs. Campbell and Mrs. Morehead are sisters. Marion Finch, Burl Wattenbur ger and Lou Wattenburger were business callers In Heppner Satur day. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Daley were in Pendleton on business Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Ayers and Mr. and Mrs. Roy Ayers were bus iness callers in Heppner Monday. Jasper Myers and son Jerry made a business trip to Hermiston Sat urday. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Vogler made abusiness trip to Union Saturday. While there Mrs. Vogler visited her father and brother. Mr .and Mrs. Reid J. Busick and sons of Long Creek, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Wattenburger and sons of Pasco, Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Watten burger and family were dinner guests at the A. E. Wattenburger home on Butter Creek Sunday. Dr. J. P. Stewart, Eyesight Spec ialist of Pendleton will be at the HEPPNER HOTEL on WEDNES DAY, MARCH 3L Leg Broken in Train-Truck Crash By MBS. J. A. SHOTJN M. J. Smith railroad brakeman suffered a broken bone in his leg Wednesday morning when, a trcin ran into a truck parked on the track. Some others were badly shaken up. Mrs. Carl Hadock is running the school bus in place of Batie Rand, resigned. Warren Walker left Thursday for Tacoma to join the army. Mrs. Suddarth delivered 700 baby chicks to Hermiston Thursday. Miss Marilyn Kincheloe came home Friday after spending two months with her sister in Portland. The Emmett McCoys had a fam ily reunion j Sunday. The company included their four children and their families, Mr. and Mrs. Jay Barry of Portland, Miss Snowy McCoy, Hjerrniston, Mr. and Mrs. Russell McCoy and three children and Mrs. Marshall Markham; also his brother and wife, Mr. and Mrs. R. M. McCoy. Mr. and Mrs. Clair Caldwell and two daughters and Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Caldwell came up from Portland to visit their parents, Mir. and Mrs. Tom Caldwell. They re turned to Portland Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Smith and family went to Kennewick to visit the Wilbur Wiegands. Mr. Wiegand is a mechanic in the air force at Lincoln Neb. He came to be with his wife and daughter Theresa Joy. Mrs. Weigand is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Smith, Clarence Amis, his mother and his daughter Gllenna of Portland arrived Saturday and 1 are visiting relatives in Irrigon. The H. W. Grims have running water at the home place now for first time. It is piped about 1-6 mile from the C. W. Grim place where there is a well and an elec tric pump. They have always had to haul the water they used. Benny McCoy at the naval train ing station( aviation maintenance) at Norman Okla., had a perfect paper on the 20 Mm. cannon. The instructor said it was the only per fect paper he had ever seen. He ranks first in his class of 80 and has an average of 97. He is look ing forward to being an instructor upon graduation, Clifford Rucher is quite ill with blood poisoning in his leg caused by bruising it on the basketball floor. Mr. and Mrs. Ladd Sherman and little daughter and Mrs. Bonnie Rada and Miss Dorothy Larkin left Friday evening to spend the week end in Portland. Mrs. Virginia Taylor is spending the week-end in Lewiston Ida. Mr. and Mrs. Jay Berry spent the week-end with the McCoy families. Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Struthers moved to Hermiston Saturday as they had to give up the Earl Isom house as the Isoms are moving in to it. They came from California where he had been working. Mr. and Mrs. Dan Hill and three daughters and the W. B. Dexter family left Saturday for North Powder to visit Mrs. Hill's sister and family. Sunday they will return to La Grande to visit Mr. Dexter's brother, Dallas Dexter and family. The water is in the ditches now. It has been so cold that it is late in being turned in this year. The high school gave Bill King a farewell party at the Marshall MarkhEm home Saturday evening. He is leaving to enter the armed forces. Mrs: Russell Woods from across the river visited her parents the Frank Frederickons. She and Mrs. Frecfcrickson visited, Mrs. Freda Johnson and little daughter in the hospital at Pendleton Wednesday. The Kincheloe family have added a new kitchen to their home. The old kitchen has been made into a bedroom. Mrs. Hazel Norcross and the twins are visting her parents Mr. and Mrs. Frank Frederickson. The twins expect to spend some time at the Frederickson home. Laura Belle Smith Passes in California Mrs. Laura Belle Smith, who with her husband, "H. Ross Smith, resided in Morrow county a few years ago, passed away March 11 at her home in Los Angeles, Calif. She and her husband lived for a number of years in the lone farm ing district, where at one time Mr. Smith was in partnership with Henry Smouse. Later they went to Gilliam county, purchasing the old Burton & Wilson place on Rock creek. After her husband's death, Mrs. Smith went to Los Angeles to be with reatives and there mads her home. She has many friends in both counties who knew and loved her well and to whom her passing will bring sorrow. IN FROM KINZUA Ivor Nelson was a Heppner vis itor Saturday, coming from Kin zua where he has been employed for some time as carpenter. Nel son met numerous of his former neighbors from the Gooseberry section while in town. 7:30 p. m. Pre-prayer service. 7:45 p. m. Evangelistic service. WEDNESDAY 7:00 p. m. Choir practice. THURSDAY 7:00 p. m. Prayer meeting. 7:30 p. m. Bible study. ALL SAINTS EPISCOPAL CHURCH Church school, 9:45 a. m. Morning Prayers at, 11:00 a. m. ST. PATRICK'S CHURCH Rev. Francis McCormaek. Pastor Schedule of senices: Heppner: Mass at 9:00 a. m. every Sunday except 3rd. Mass on 3rd Sunday at 10:30. lone: 10:30 a. m. on 1st Sunday; 9:00 a. m. on 3rd Sunday. Lena: 10:30 a. m. on 2nd and 4th Sundays. ' Week-day mass at 8 a, m. First Friday, 7:30 a. m. Confessions: Saturdays, 7:30 to 8:00 p. m. Sundays, 8:15 to 8:55 a. m. ' ASSEMBLY OF GOD Sterl D. Spiesz, pastor Sunday school, 9:45 a. m. Worship, 11:00 a. m. . Young People's service 6:30 p. m. Evangelistic service, 7:45 p. m. Tuesday prayer service, 7:45 p. m. Thursday Bible study, 7:45 p. m. Thy word is a lamp unto my feet and a light unto my path. COOPERATIVE CHURCH OF IONB J. Fred Stilwell, Pastor Sunday school, 10 a. m. Preaching at 11 a. m. Sermon subject "Parenthood in the Light of the Holy Mother Mary." FIRST METHODIST CHURCH Bonnie Howe, Minister SUNDAY March 28: Divine worship at 11 a. m. Music by church choir. Church school at 9:45 a. m. Lucy Rodger s, superintendent. A class for every grade and age. Youth Fellowship for juniors at 6:30 p. m. Evening song and gospel serrice at 7:45. Wednesday Evenings: Fellowship and prayer service at 7:45 o'clock. Thursday Evenings: Choir practice at parsonage at 7:45 o'clock. THOUGHT FOR TODAY: "The Son of man came not to be ministered unto, but to minister, and to give his life a ransom for many." Matt. 20:2. Use G-T want ads to dispose of your surplus stock. At Heppner CHURCHES FIRST CHURCH OF CHRIST Martin B. Clark, Minister SUNDAY 9:45 a. m. Bible school. 11 a. m. Communion and preach ing. 6:30 p. m. Christian Endeavor. INSULATION does not count in your $200 remod eling exemption. Red Top Rock Wool Cooler in Summer Warmer in Winter Ask yourself How thick is it? Is it permanent? Is it fireproof? Is it in bat form? ZONOLITE will arrive soon Tum-a-Lum Lumber Company Heppner, Oregon HEROES OF INFANTRY - THEN AND NOW (MAD ANTHONY) HERO OF STONY POINT -1779- CHOSEN BY WASHINGTON TO COMMAND THE TURf OF STONY POINT. IT WAS ONI OF TUB IMS WHITS PATCHES OF PAPER ON THEIR HATS TO DISTINGUISH PATRIOTS FRO.Y U6HT INFANTRY, GEN ANTHONY WAYNE ON MOST BRILLIANT OPERATIONS IN IHC WAR FOR DEPENDED ON THE. COURAGE AND SKILL Of HIS MEW WITH THE BAYONET wui THENI6HT0P JULY-I5-IT79 LED THESE ' INDEPENDENCE,. THE INFANTRYMEN MOVCO URST PIRl.WAYNl QUICKLY REVIVED AND IN THE PACE. OP TERRIFIC FIRE VA.-. i PICKED CONTINENTAL TROOPS IN THE CAP- TO THE ATTACK IN THE DEAD Of NISMT WEA TNI PARAPET. VICTORY WAS GOMPLETE,"MAD ANTHONY WAYNE- KCAttE A N4 1 1 SM.lMBLIKTr WAS., D-C NORTH AFRICA - 1942 - THE GALLANTRY OP GEM. ROBERT C. MACON AND TEN OP HIS INFANTRYMEN WAS RECOGNIZED BY ION: PfC. GEORGE MEYEM.BEUJNGHAM.imSH.. MAINTAINING SUPPLY UNE UNDER FIRE. PFCJ. AWARDS OF THE SILVER STAR FOR ESTABLISHING A BEACHHEAD UNDER ENEMY FIRE AT FEDALA, PERRY COIuRN.MIlROSE.WM AND BERT I RODMAN, FIRNM.E.CAL, RICOvtRUM MACWNt SUNI, HO. AFRICA NOV .I4E. THE CITED MEN ARE.. Ml CHARLES R AR60, TI&ARO.ORXftON.FOr; PFC EVERETT P. CAAOUIIO, MOOKIYN.N.Y:, CAPTURING PIATOONOF nWESALBU. OTHER HEPJDH, BRINGING WOUNDED OFFICER TO SAFETY AND RECOVERING BODY OP A COMRADE, SET. FREDERICK PFC JOHN I. CvPlsA. MINNEAFOUPYT. KURT SYEINBACM, CLEVELAND, OHIO. PVT. PAUL l. BRUNS Of TURNING MAR, AN INDIAN. WHITE RIVER, SO. DAKOTA, PUTTING FJ0EMY MACHINE OUN OUT OF ACT" PlANKlNTON, tO. DAKOTA AND PVT. REINO WAYffYNEN OP BAOPOCK, NO. IVkKOTA.