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2 Heppner Gazette Times, November 1 8, 943
I ONE NEWS NOTES
By HERS. OMAR RIETMANN
Rev H. N. Waddell of Nyssa has
been called by the Cooperative
church of lone. He will begin his
services aa pastor as soon as he
has moved his family and household
The Rebekah P. N. G, club held
a silver tea and food and needle
work sale Saturday, Nov. 13. The
amount raised was $52.90.
Topic club met with Mrs,
Milton Morgan for the study meet
ing last Friday. The book. "Mrs.
Parkington" was reviewed by Mes
dames Chas. Swanson, Garland
land Swanson and Victor Rietmann.
The social meeting this month will
be held at the Masonic hall on the
evening of Nov. 20 with Mesdames
Garland Swanson, Milton Morgan,
Lloyd Morgan, Victor Rietmann
Charles Swanson as hostesses.
Gills' league of lone Hi gave the
football boys their annual banquet
Friday evening at the school house.
Alumni and otheer friends of the
students were invited to a party
held after the banquet. All report
a very enjoyable time.
A number of young people gath
ered at the Holub home Friday
evening to give the newly married
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Holub a grand
A F, Nelson suffered a stroke
Nov. 7 and was rushed to Portland
for medical care.
A potluck supper has been plan
ned for the Eastern Star and Ma
sonic members and their immedi
ate families on Dec. 1 at 6;30 pre
ceding the evening meeting of the
Mrs. Kittie Turner of La Grande
is visiting her sister Mrs. Elmer
Griffith of Morgan. Mrs Turner
will go from here to Tacoma where
she plans to spend the winter with
Mrs. Echo Palmateer has booght
the former Willard Blake property
The football game Friday after
noon between the juniors and se
niors and freshmen and sopho
mores was won by the upper
classmen, to the tune of 12-0. This
is the last game of the season.
Basketball pracice begins next
Mrs. H. E. Yarnell underwent a
major operation on Tuesday of last
week and is reported progressing
Mrs. Nettie Lundy returned to
her home in Portland last Thurs
day after making a week's visit
with relatives here.
Mrs. Alice Wiles enjoyed a visit
with her daughter and family, Mr.
and Mrs. Lester Britton and son
Francis of Tygh valley. They ar
rived late Wednesday and returned
home Thursday evening. Francis is
home on leave from the navy.
Mr. and Mrs Dale Ray visited a
few days in Lyle recently when
they took their daughter Mrs. Les
ter Goodrich and small son home
after a visit here.
Miss Eulanna Seehafer spent a
few days at her home here last
week. Eulanna is employed' in Port
land. The Maranatha club will meet at
the apartment of Miss Helen Lind
say Saturday afternoon.
The Bob Buchanan family has
moved to the Valentine ranch near
Lexington and Mr. and Mrs. Frank
Holub and Mrs. Emma Holub have
moved to a recently purchased
farm beween Echo and Pendleton.
Miss Jane Huston and Mrs. Roy
Lindstrom spent the week-end in
Portland where Miss Huston was
bridesmaid at the wedding of her
cousin Miss Betty Phillips and
George Dietrick at the West Min
ster Presbyetrian church.
H. M. Stiles, superintendent of
the lone schools attended a prin
cipal's' meeting at Salem last week.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Baker re
turned Thursday from a two weeks'
visit in Los Angeles.
Rev. Paul A. Davies of Portland,
superintendent of the Congrega
tional conference of Oregon will
conduct the morning services at
the Cooperative church Nov. 21.
Rev. H. N. Waddell, the new pas
tor, will begin his services on
Willows grange H. E. club will
meet for a potluck dinner on Fri
day, Nov. 19 at the grange hall.
Memberg are reminded of the elec
tion of officers and "to bring gifts
to be put in the Christmas bags
for the patients at McCaw hospital
in Walla Walla, and also articles
for the grab bag for the bazaar.
The afternoon will be spent in fix
ing booths for the bazaar to be
held on Saturday, Nov. 27.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Quacken
buh, Mrs Susie Hughes and Mrs.
Zella Dufault of Heppner were re
cent visitors at the home of Mrs.
PAST MATRONS MEETING WEEK-END AT MONMOUTH
. a Flenita Mardock spent the
mS- VK er5Tnt W S,Wt wiSnd a Monmouth where she
tess to the Past Matrons club at weeKena ai home-coming
her home Monday evening, Nov. 23. attended the annual home coming
The hour will be 7:30 o'clock festivities.
HOME ON LEAVE '
Reese Burkenbine is home on a
15-day leave and is assisting his
brothers. Lloyd and Merle, in oper
ating the Heppner Market. Reese
was out on a mission when his fa
ther was stricken but got home as
soon as he could.
Chris Brown is a patient at the
Heppner hospital where he is be
ing treated for an infection. He was
admitted Tuesday and as yet has.
not been permited to have com
pany. HAVE HAYRACK RIDE
The Crusaders class, composed of
young married people of the
Church of Christ, enjoyed a hay
rack ride Monday night. Supper
was served at the O. Wendell Her
bison home following.
MOVE TO PORTLAND
Mr. and Mrs. Ambrose Chapin
moved their household goods to
Portland Saturday. Their daughter
Kingsley, who has been working in
the city for several months, had
secured an apartment for them.
Ask to see our new writing kits.
Gazette Times printery.
State Merit. Syslem Exsm nations
Senior Field Deputy Clerk-Typist
Field Deputy Clerk-Stenographer
For employment with the State Unem
ment Compensation Commission and or
local branch of the United States Em
Applications must be mailed to Professor
Wm. Griffith, Supervisor of Examina
tions, 701 Spalding Building, Portland 4,
Before November 27, 1943. Examinations
early in December.
High School Graduates of January '44
Applications can be obtained at any US
ES office or by writing direct to the Board
Examiners, 701 Spalding Building, Port
land 4, Oregon.
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