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2 Heppner Gazette Times, January 13, 1945
News Notes of Comings and
oings in lone and Vicinity
By VSa OMJJft HIE THAU'S
The Birthday club met at the
home of Mrs Lana Padberg Friday,
Jan. 12 honoring Mrs. Padberg, Mrs.
Marjorie Baker and Mrs. Darell
Padberg whose birthdays are in
January. Other members present
were Mesdames Ida Coleman, Marie
Ledbetter, Elsie Peterson, Ida Flet
cher, Vida Heliker, Kathryn Yar
nell, Stena Schlevoight, Anna Ball,
Hazel Benge and Violet Bryson.
The Topic club held the January
study meeting at the Omar Riet
mann home on Friday. The host
esses were Mrs. Rietmann, Mrs.
Cleo Drake ad Mrs. B. C. Forsythe.
Ten members and two guests were
present In keeping with the study
of Russia the hostesses served re
freshments of caviar and anchovy
canapes with a Russian salad.
Born to Mr. and Mrs. Jack Grif
fith Jr. on Jan. 3 at Troutdale Ore.
a son, Gordon William, weight six
pounds, four ounces.
Monday morning two inches of
snow was reported at the Lee
The Cooperative church members
served the monthly Fellowship pot
luck supper at the Congregational
rooms Wednesday evening, Jan. 17.
Miss Jane Huston accompanied
Ku tnomtiors nt hpr sreech class naeet
left for Portland Sunday to attend home on Friday of this week,
the Monday evening performance " Mr. and Mrs. Franklin Lindstrom
of "Othello," starring Paul Robeson, and Mrs. Mary Swanson returned
Students in the party were Dorothy home Monday evening from a visit
Berestrom, Bob Rietmann, Junior ai ocuem. aim jruiuuiu
Stefani and Gene Rietmann.
(Helen Grabill) also of Baker were his sisters Mrs. C. W. Acock and ton .besides their own. Rev. StovaU
families. is the speaker.
on their wav to the Willamette val- The Pentecostal church had a full C. W. Acock sent 1200 turkeys to
lev where thev are looking for a house Fridav evening with congre- the Grandview plant
new location as they recently sold gations from Stanfield and Hermis
their transfer business in Baker. .
Mr. and Mrs. Holmes Gabbert
ronflnued on Page Eight
visited their ranch last week. Mrs.
Wallace Mathews accompanied
them to Portland last Saturday for
a week's visit
The grange Home Ec club will
at the E. C. Heliker ranch
The Maranatha Society held elec
tion of officers at tne home of Mrs.
Margaret Turner. Marjorie Baker,
president, Geneve Palmer, vice pre
sident, Bern ice Harris, secretary
treasurer. ' Eight members were
Mr. and Mrs. Larry Preus and
Gene Normoyle of Portland are
visiting at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. Lee Beckner, uncle and aunt
of Mrs. Preus and Gene.
Mrs. Earl Wright of Baker is vis
iting her mother, Mrs. Ida Grabill.
Mr. and Mrs. Everett Keithley
AT ST. PATRICK'S HALL
8 o'clock P. M. Tuesday, January 23
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Mrs. Harold Gnner of Richmond,
Calif, arrived last Saturday for a
week's visit with her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. S. C. Salter, a sister, Mrs.
Vernon Brown and brother Hugh
S. C. Salter was taken to Portland
by ambulance Tuesday morning
when his condition became serious.
Mr. Salter recently underwent an
operation in Portland. (
Irrigon News Notes
By KBS. 3. A. SHOTJU
Jack D. McFall has been promot
ed to sergeant at a U. S. troopcar
rier' base in France. He is an air
craft welder. His wife Thelma and
son Charles Richard live in Spo
kane. Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Isom were
Pendleton visitors Saturday.
The William Gollyhorns are hav
ing their kitchen remodeled and
are adding a bath and bed rooms.
Roy Stamp of Heppner visited
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