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8 Heppner Gazette Times, June 29, 1944
FORMER IIEPPNEIt RESIDENT
PASSES IN WASHINGTON
Nellis S. Phelps, 67, son of Ed
win and Mary Phelps, and brother
of the late Royal Phelps, was for
many years a resident of Heppner
and Lexington prior to moving to
Kelso, Wash, in 1923, passing away
there June 16. 1944.
Mr. Phelps was born at New
port, Oref April 8, 1877. He was
married to Delia Reaney, daughter
of the late Mr. and Mrs. Andrew
Reaney of Lexington. He is sur
vived by his widow, Delia, a dau
ghter, Mrs. W. N. Balderston, and
granddaughters, Yvonne and Delo
rea of Longview, Wash, and a sis
ter, Mrs. Eva Hil of Heppner.
Funeral services were held in
the Ditlevson Funeral home in Kel
so, with Rev. Phillips Laurie of-
Go to the
Roy and Betty Lieuallen
ficiating. Among those present were
Mrs. Royal Phelps of Heppner, Mr.
and Mrs. Karl Miller, Mrs. William
Budden of Salem, Mr. and Mrs.
Lawrence Reaney of Vancouver,
Mr. and Mrs. William Luntsford of
Kelso, a nephew, Morris Reaney of
Salem, and nieces Mrs. J. Wolfe
of Vancouver, Mrs. R. Williams of
Longview and Mrs. A. Carr of
Castle Rock, Wash.
Interment was made in the
Longview Memorial park, with
many beautiful floral, tributes
HUNTERS AND ANGLERS
MEET AT 7:30 TONIGHT
A meeting of the Morrow County
Hunters and Anglers association
has been called (for 7:30 this eve
ning at the Elks hall.
Important business is to come be
for the meeting and a good repre
sentation of the membership is de
sired, states Elaine Isom, president
of the club.
Friday-Saturday, June 30-July 1
Beautiful But Broke
Joan Davis, Jane Frazce, John Hub-
bard, Judy Clark, Bob Haynes
and Willie, West and McGinty
America's No. 1 Radio Comedienne
in a merry-po-round of romance,
rhythm and roars.
Red Barry, Wally Vernon, Helen
Talbot, Twinkle Watts, a talented
little newcomer to the Western
A fast-shooting drama of the Old
Sunday-Monday, July 2-3
Standing Room Only
Pauk-tte Goddard, Fred McMurray,
Roland Young, Edward Arnold
A laugh -crowded comedy about
crowded wartime Washington.
The Movietone News showing on
these dates shows the actual Inva
sion pictures, the first ones to be
Tuesday, July 4
Hour Before Dawn
Veronica Lake, Franchot Tone, Bin-
nie Barnes, John Sutton
A highly polished adaptation of W.
Somerset Maugham's novel of the
ideas and ideals of democracy.
Also "Lucky Cowboy," a Technicol
or musical western featurette.
Wednesday-Thursday, July 5-6
The Impostor i
Jean Gabin, Richard Whorf, AHyn
Joslyn, Ellen Drew, Peter Van
Eycjt, Eddie Quillan, Ralph j
A different and interesting narra
tive of the men of France who car
ried on their fight for freedom.
Disney Cartoon in Technicolor :
Newsreel :: Music by Bob Chester
Thursday, July 6, is "Free Movie
Niighl." Anyone who buys a bond
at the theater that night will be ad
mitted free of charge. Regular ad
mission tickets will be on sale but
why not buy that extra bond you've
been planning on and see a free
HOME ON LEAVE
GPO Mac Kenny is spending a
leave here with his parents, Mr.
and Mrs. John Kenny.
John Paul Phelan, S lc, is visit
ing his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Da
vid P. Phelan. Young Phelan, who
has seen considerable service where
tilings are doing, will remain here
until July 16.
HOME ON VISIT
Don Bennett is visiting his par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Bennett this
week. He is home on graduation
leave, having recently finished a
course ait the University of Cali
fornia at Los Angeles. He will re
port at Oakland for six weeks work
in the navy supply school before
going on to Harvard for four
months after which he will re
ceive his commission as a supply
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