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2 Heppner Gazette Times, March 8, 1945
To lone Tuesday
Evening, March 13
Miss Ingle, recently returned
Congregational miss'onary from the
Near East, will give a lecture on
her work Tuesday evening, March
13, at the Christian church. Every
one is invited to this lecture and
the potluck dinner preceding it, at
the Congregational church.
Mrs Clara K'ncaid returned home
Tuesday of last week from a month
spent in Prineville and Portland.
Pvt and Mrs. Walter Corley left
Monday to return to Fort Knox
Ky. where Pvt Corley is training-
The Topic club will meet at the
Congregational rooms Friday after
nonn, March 9. The hostesses are
Mesdames Martin Cotter, Victor
Rietmann and Algott Luudell.
Mrs. Elmer Griffith left Friday
evening for a short visit in Port
Mrs. Walter Dobyns was the
guest last week of her daughter,
Wilrna, who is attending Oregon
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Hopt( Nola
Bristow) and daughters Marjorie
and Mildred and Robert Conlon
were week-end visitors in lone.
Mrs. Catherine Felger of Port
land, associate grand conductress of
O. E. S. will hold a school of in
struction Thursday evening March
15 at the Masonic hall.
Word has been received by Mr.
and Mrs. Ralph Aldrich that their
son Pvt Tench Aldrich has been
killed in action in the Phil'ppines
on Feb. 12.
Mrs. Dale Ray returned home
Sunday from The Dalles hospital
after- underging two major opera
tions recently. Her granddaughter
Thelma Jean Goodrich of Lyle ac
companied her and will remain
while she is convalescing.
The Ameca club w'll meet at the
home of Mrs. Raymond Lundell on
Mrs. E. C. Heliker and Mrs. Don
ald Heliker were hostesses at the
E. C. Heliker home to a number of
friends to celebrate E. C. Heliker's
63rd birthday and the 37th anni
versary of Mr. and Mrs. John Bry
son. Those present were Mr. and
Mrs. James Lindsay, Mr. and Mrs.
Riley Munkers, Mr. and Mrs. Ed
Buschke, Mr. and Mrs. Donald Hel
iker, Mrs. Ida Fletcher, Mrs. Ida
Coleman, Mrs. Wm. Seehafer, Mrs.
Arline Baldwin and S.lo Donald
Wetmore. A birthday cake for Mr.
Heliker and an anniversary cake
for the Brysons were served dur'ng
Mrs. Arline Baldwin and S lc
Don Wetmore of The Dalles are
visiting their sister Mrs.' Donald
Heliker. Seaman Wetmore is on a,
30 day leave after serving 22
The H. E. club will meet at the
home of Mrs. Margaret Akers on
March 16. Mrs. Cecelia Van Winkle
OSC extension worker will demon
strate meat cookery. The meeting
will begin at U a. m. with a pot
luck dinner at noon and further
demonstration during the after
noon. There will be an Oddfellows and
Rebekah booster party at the I. O.
O. F. hall Wednesday, March 14.
Pot luck supper will be served at
6:30 followed by interesting enter
tainment in the evening. Everyone
Mrs. Inez Freeland of Portland
is a house guest at the home of
her daughter, Mrs. Omar Rietmann.
FORMER RESIDENT VISITS
Claude Knowles, of Browning,
Mont., a former Heppner resident,
has been visiting old friends for
the past several days. Mr. Knowles
returned to Browning Wednesday.
Wait a minute! We're not sticking our
neck out as a weather forecaster!
Spring will be here soon and we
think you should be prepared for
increased activities dttendant up
on its arrival.
If you don't feel quite up to form, you
probably need a spring tonic, or more
vitamins. Whatever it is, you can get
the highest quality here.
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