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    2 Heppner Gazette Times, December 2, 1943
Lexington News
By Mrs. Ruth McMillan
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Campbell and
son Roger visited in Forest Grove
the past week with another son
Donald. U. S. navy, who is sta
tioned at Tongue Point.
Mr. and Mrs. Bill Smethurst and
daughter Betty spent Thanksgiv
ing in Kinzua with Mrs. Smeth
urst's brotheir-in-law and sister,
Mr. and Mrs. Clay Phillips and
daughter Jessalyn.
Albert Edwards, AS from Farra
gut naval training station is spend
ing his leave with his parents. Mr.
lath fell over pinning him under
neath. He was rushed to Pendleton,
accompanied by his wife and
Don Miller and Roy Fredrickson
left Friday for Spokane to be ex
amined for the army.
Mr. and Mrs. Wes Isom bought
a place west of Umatilla. They in
tend to make their home there.
The Fred Adams' well finished
Thursday and the pump was in
stalled Tuesday.
Miss Ellen Miller, student nurse
of Pasco, spent Thanksgiving with
her parents, the Henry Millers.
Mrs. Florence Grider and son
Marion spent Thanksgiving with
the Millers.
The Sinice Moore family had
and Mrs. Lon Edwards.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Marquardt Thanksgiving dinner with his par
and daughter Majo, left for Port- ents. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Moore
land last Friday.
Mr. and Mrs. George Peck. Mrs.
Bill Van Winkle and daughter, Mrs.
Herman Green, made up a party
who left Monday for a visit in
Portland and Salem.
Thanksgiving day was quietly
observed here with family dinners
being the incentive.
The Lawrence Palmer home was
the scene of a family reunion.
Those present were Mr. and Mrs.
Carlyle Harrison and sons of Bon
neville, Mr. and Mrs. Marion Pal
mer and children of Rhea creek,
Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Palmer and
children of Hardman and Mr. and
Mrs. Kenneth Palmer and child
ren of Lexington.
Mrs. Etta Hunt of Portland is
visiting relatives and friends in and
around Lexington.
Edith and Jerrine Edwards ar
rived Monday from Palo Alto, Cal
if., to spend the holidays with their
parents. Mr. and Mrs. Lon
of Hermiston.
Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Allen and
son of Arlington spent Thanksgiv
ing with relatives in Irrigon.
Miss Jane Goodman of Hood
River spent the holidays with rel
atives in Irrigon.
Grace Haney of Heppner spent
the holidays at home with her mo
ther, Mrs. Mildred Haney and bro
ther Wesley.
Mr. and Mrs. William Wheeler
are visiting the Win. Gollyhorn
F. E. Foilbes is slightly, better
according to Mrs. Forbes who re
turned from Pendleton Tuesday
but he is in a very serious condition.
Mary L. Swanson
Margaret Morgan
This cupola .-capped
tower on the state cap
itol at Lincoln looks
out upon one of our
important grain and
livestock states. Its
founders came from the
corners of the world
and built a great commonwealth.
Keep feiericsa Sole;
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In Europe too, Poland,
Czechoslovakia, Belgi
um, Holland, France,
Norway and other
countries were striving
for better, more peace
ful days and then Aus
tria spawned Adolf
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RESOLUTIONS OF RESPECT done" from the Supreme Master;
In memory of Blanche Bristow an(j Whereas, she having been a
who died Oct. 25, 1943. tme flnd faithful gister of our Mys.
Once again Death has summoned . , ,. , , ., , j
a sister Rebekah and the golden tl0 order' therefore, be it resolved,
gateway to the eternal city has op- That Bunch Grass Rebekah lodge
ened to welcome her home. She has No. 91 of lone, in testimony of her
completed her work in the minis- loss tenders to the family of the
tering to the wants of the afflicted, deceased sister our sincere condo
in shfrMintJ Utfht unto rlarkpnpd lence in this deep affliction' and
..i- v: , j j xi. that a rrvnv nf t.hesp resolutions be
rr tt i '11. e auuia aiiu m uinitiuifc; juy imiu. luc -
On.c c ; j c u ,.,J sent t.r the familv.
Castle Rock Saturday and he and f . J,, , ,.. I(TIT Tr., TT ,.,
Mrs. Umiker left for Pendleton has receivea the plaudit. Well Vida Hehker
A good cup of coffee is the
perfect complement to a sat
isfying meal. Our food is
good, well cooked, and taste
ful; our service is prompt and
we are pleased to serve you.
Due to shortage of help we
remain closed all day
Try our meatless meals ev
ery Friday.
returning that night.
Sinice Moore arrived home from
Portland Tuesday.
Lt. Carl' Steward arrived Thurs-
Ed- day to visit his mother Mrs. Emma
Steward. He left Saturday to re-
Mr. and Mrs. Bert Breeding are turn to s station in Arizona.
the parents of an eight pound son,
Fred Albert, born at their home
Tuesday. Nov. 23.
S. G. McMillan, Mrs. Lou Brad
ley. Mrs. Earl Warner, and Mrs.
Eula Barnhouse and daughter Jean
returned Sunday after spending
the holidays in Portand.
Otto Leathers of Vancoujvter,
Wash., is visiting his mothed. Mrs.
Belle Leathers and his sister, Mrs.
C. C. Carmichael.
Mr. and Mrs. Newt O'Harra went
to Eugene to have Thanksgiving
with their daughter Patty.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hulden of
Arlington were
here on Friday.
Mrs. Frank Munkers, who has
been quite ill the past week was
taken to a hospital in The Dalles
In memory of Brother John Clark
whom the silent messenger of
denth has removed from our midst
to the grand lodge above. Whereas
this lodge feels the loss of our be
loved brother and friend; There
fore, be it resolved That the mem
bers of this lodge hereby extend
our heartfelt sympathy to the rel
atives of our late brother in this
hour of bereavement and commend
them to the loving care of Him
who doeth all things well. Resolved
visiting relatives ff f fiunchlfass Rf "
draped in mourning for a period of
30 days, a copy of these resolutions
be sent to the relatives of the de
parted brother, and a copy be
spread on the minutes of this
Miss Kathleen Poulson was a
Portland visitor arriving hpme
Miss Paula Haberlein and Miss
Lucille Jones of Marylhurst college
spent their vacation in Irrigon with
the Haberlein and Jones families.
R. E. Forbes was badly hurt Sat
urday at the U. O. D. when some
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Mary Swanson
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