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2 Heppner Gazette Times, December 16, 1943
Miss Seehafer Bride
Of Walter Corley
By UBS. OMAB BXBTMAJTBr
At an afternoon ceremony Dec.
12 read by Rev. H. N. Waddell in
Clifford is the son of Mr. and Mrs. with no admission fee what-so-ever. Mrs. Ellis Pettyjohn was hon- son. Anz- '
Leonard Carlson. The program is as follows: Pro- ored at a stork shower Wednes- Mr. and Mrs. Harvey iSauinan
The Christmas program at the sessional, high school girls' chorus; day at the home of Mrs. O. Wen- drove to Pendleton uesday to con
Baptist church will be held at 11 band concert, Norbert Peavy, di- dell Herbisom Guests were women suit an
a. m. on Sunday Dec. 19. Every rector; group singing, Rev. Clifford from the Christian church Mrs. Mr. and Mra Roy Demand took.
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scripture reading, Archdeacon Ne-' ler assisted with the serving. pital for a minor operation.
ville Blunt; Rev. Bennie Howe; Mr. and Mrs. Pete McMurtry Mrs. Will Morgan and daughter-
t. nn i viA n-law. Mrs. Jvmon mur&xu, wre
one is cordially welcome to attend
Sunday Dec. 12 was designated as
the nVmsHan ohnireh of lone. MlKS TTniirarcal TSiKlc. nnilav Tn intowcf
c vc. j..v, t tt j i -f .i V. ... prayer, Rev.
and Mrs. W. G. Seehafer of lone, church of lone brought seven
became the bride of Pvt Walter Bibles to the service that had been
Corley son of Mrs. R. C. Corley and in their families for many years.
Walter R. Corley. Mrs. Cleo Drake The oldest was of the Rev. John
played "Perfect Day" The bride Brown edition published in 1806
-was given in marriage by her fa- in New York, which belongs to
ther. She wore a wine colored the Fred Buchanan family. Anoth
afternoon dress and hat to match, er dated 1812 Connec ticut be
Her flower was a single white or- longed to Mrs. Delia Corson's
chid. The bride's sister, Miss Gladys grandfather. Another published by
Seehafer, was the maid of honor, the American Bible association in
and Pete Cannon acted as best man. 1829 was brought by Rev. Wad
A reception was held afterwards at dell. Another of interest was pick
the home of Mr. and Mrs. Donald ed up by Henry Low, an uncle
Heliker. Those attending the wed- of Mrs. Laxton McMurray, within
ding and reception were Mr. and enemy fortifications after a battle
Mrs Seehafer and daughters Glad- at Carnefas Ferry during the Civil
O. Wendell Herbison;
"Star of the East"; bene-
the funeral of Mr. McMurtrs
c , ., . . ... P I
ys and Jane, Mr. and Mrs. R. C. war. I belonged to an Ezekiel aKe program successiui are
Coates and daughter Mrs. VAwarA
Lapp of Portland, Mr. and Mrs. Er- Mrs. Mathew Ball was dated 1812.
nest Heliker. Mr. and Mrs. Robert The Cooperative church Christ
Buchanan, Mrs. Delia Nance, Mrs. mas program will be given Sun
Ada Cannon, Mrs. Martin Cotter, day evening Dec. 19 Everyone is
Misses Barbara Ledbetter, Jean invited to attend.
Coleman, Charlotte Cannon and Mrs. Elmer Griffith was a Port
Pete Cannon. Mrs. Lapp and Miss land visitor last week returning
Coleman poured. The newlyweds home on Sunday,
left after the' reception for a short
diction, Father Francis McCormick. brother-in-law, who died at Tuc-
Characters of the pageant include
Readers, Bobby Bennett, Karl Gah
ler; Mary, Marjorie Simms; Joseph,
Joe McLaughlin; Angel, Dorothy
Worden; Shepherds, Lauren Cor
win. Kenneth Schunk. Lowell Rippee
Tom Hughes; Wise Men, Junior
Wright, Billy Ulrich, Skipper Con
nor; Children Worshipers, Wesley
Gallegar, Dorothy Allstot, Jack
Allstott, Jack Ross; Adult Worship
er, Carolyn Bergstrom, Herb
Those who have given so gener
ously of their time and effort to
in Pendleton last
wedding trip after which Pvt. Cor
ley will return to his anti-aircraft
training at Camip Callan, San Di
ego, Calif Mrs. Corley will reside
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. R. C.
Coats. Rt. 9, Box 1396, Portland.
Both Pvt and Mrs. Corley are
graduates of the lone high school.
Mrs. Leroy Turner left last week ,
to visit her husband who is in
training with the Marines at San
The grand jury is now in ses
sion and lone men called for duty
sier, Everett Smith, Norbert Peavy;
Scenery and lights, Frances Weaver,
Hester Peavy, Don Straight; Cos
tumes, Lera Crawford, Elizabeth
Dtix, Edna Turner; Program, Ele
nita Mardock, Mariam Moyer; Pub
licity, Ivan Parker; Ushers, Marie
Clary; Public relations chairman,
George Corwin, general manager,
dramatics director, Lela Peterson.
were Fred Nichoson and Harry E. boys and girls choruses of the up-
Merle Miller, recovering from a
recent oeration at the Heppner hos
pital, expects to return home
At 8 o'clock p. m. Wednesday, Sunday. It will be some time be
Dec. 22, there will be presented at fore he is about again.
the Heppner high school gymnasium
an elaborate Christmas program.
The central part of the program
will be a pageant entitled "Star of
the East" In addition to the pageant
there will be a concert by the high
school band and vocal numbers by
the high school girls' chorus, the
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Men's shorts 35c
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CON LEY LAN HAM, Owner
Mrs. Etta Bristow accompanied
Mr. and Mrs. Dixon Smith to Wal
la Walla last Thursday.
Ted Peterson and Clifford Carl
son are visiting their families on a
two weeks leave. These boys left
per grades, and the primary mixed
chorus, and groups singing with
support from the audience through
out the program. Talent from both
the grade school and the high school
have been skillfully interwoven.
Parents, relatives and friends of
for service in the naw together both grade and high chool students
and have been together throughout are cordially invited to attend and
their training. Ted is the son of everyone is guaranteed a full length
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Peterson and program of splendid entertainment
Due to the increasing demand for
saddle and other leather goods and
the shortage of labor -I have sold my
shoe repairing equipment to T. D.
Stanford of Portland, who will occupy
the old stand.
Thanking you for your liberal pa
tronage and friendly cooperation, I
wish you a Merry Christmas and a
Happy New Year.
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