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8 Heppner Gazette Times, February 21 , 1946
News Around the Town . . . .
A large delegation of Heppner
Masons drove to lone last night
to participate in degree work with
the lone lodge. The evening was
topped off with a clam feed, for
which the lone brothers are famous
in preparing and serving and for
which the Heppner brothers are,
shall we say notorious for mak
ing the tasty morsels disappear.
Thanks to the welfare board,
Henry Schwarz is now able to
get around the house on his own
power. Mr. Schwarz has been close
ly confined at home the past three
years following the amputation of
one of his legs. He is deeply grate
ful to the welfare board for mak
ing it possible for him to exercise
Mrs. Lewis Smth of Naches,
Wash, is a guest at the home of
her son Orville Smith and family.
Mrs. Smith came Wednesday and
makes frequent trips to New York
City to visit a brother and sister
whom he had not been with for
...:n : ;i onJ to several years.
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week I Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Instone have
, 1U i returned to their quarters at their
Frpd Meek. reDair man at the,, . . T
Heppner Hardware & Electric com
pany, this week bought the Harry
Nelson house from Mr. and Mrs. J.
L. Hall. Meek's family will arrive
about March 1. Their present home
is in Vancouver, Wash.
An eight-pound daughter was
born Feb. 8 to Mr. and Mrs. Rob
ert Kelly at Pendleton. The mother
was Melba Burnside and she and
the baby are doing nicely. The fa
ther is with the armed forces in
Joe Oilleese veteran of the Paci.
fic campaign, is attending ammuni
tion inspectors' school in Pedrick
twon, N. J., according to a letter
received from him by Frank Tur
ner. Joe expects to finish the school
in March and will be stationed at
the Umatilla Ordance depot. He
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former ranch in Jones canyon after
spending a month at Hermiston.
Mr. Instone was ill with the flu
most of the time during their stay
with Mrs. Instone s sister.
A little party was included in
the regular choral club rehearsal
last Monday evening when the
group presented Miss Marie Bar
low with a wedding gift. The tea
table was presided over by Mrs.
Lucv Rodffers. The table was at
tractive with a wedding cake and
candles, and the beautiful collection
of bone china teacups which share
honors with the chorus in the af
fections of the club's director.
Mrs. Cletus Nichols and son were
week-end guests of Mr. and Mrs.
Tom Wells ere they returned to
their home in Portland. They had
been in Lexington at the home of
Mrs. T. H. Nichols for the past
two weeks. Mrs. Nichols and Mr.
Wells are sister and brother.
Harry Quackenbush was moved
from his home to the Mattie Gentry,
home this week. Mr. Quackenbush
suffered a heart attack last week
and it was felt he could be cared
for more easily this way.
M. L. Case has been in Portland
consulting a physician relative to
his health, for the past two weeks
and is expected home Sunday.
Miss Elsie Jepson arrived Sun
day from American Lake, Wash, to
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FIDELIS UNREIN, Editor
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Already we are wondering whether
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every time we sit down to write
THERE'S ONE THING WE
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j spend a two weeks vacation with
'her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Walter
Jepson of lone and her sister Betty
who is a student at Heppner high
school. Miss Jepson has been em
ployed with the veterans adminis
tration at Amrican Lake the past
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Troedson and
Carol drove to Walla Walla Satur
day and remained until Monday.
While there they visited their dau
ghter, Mrs. R. C. Putman, and fam
ily. They also called at the T. A.
PAWIILETS AT LIBRARY
New pamphlets in Heppner pub
lic library of interest to farmers
and gardeners in Morrow county:
Crop Variety Recommendations;
Alta Fescue Production; Sudan
Grass, Millets and Sorghums in
Oregon; Home Fruit and Vegetable
Dehydration: Crested Wheat Grass;
Harvesting Pole Beans.
Two other pamnhlets of current
event interest: Steel Strike and
New books, fiction: Brideshead
Revisited, by Waugh, and three
new mysteries: You'll Be Sorry; The
Lost Caesar and Four Past Four.
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STAR EE REPORTER
Show Starts at 7:3a MatinMi Every Sunday, 1 p. m 4 p. m.
In compliance with the Federal Tax Requirement, Children's Admissions apply
only to those under the legal age of 12.
Selected Short Subjects With All Programs
Program Subject to Change Watch local newspaper for weekly announcement
Friday-Saturday, February 22-23
Faye Emerson, Zachary Scott, Rosemary De
camp, Bruce Bennett
Spine-tingling drama from the .blazing best
seller by Phyllis Bottome
Stranger from Santa Fe
A Johnny Mack Brown western.
Sunday-Monday-Tuesday, February 24-25-26
Rhapsody in Blue
The jubilant story of George Gershwin star
ring Robert Alda, Joan Leslie, Alexis
Smith, Charles Coburn, Al Jolson, Oscar
Levant and all of George Gershwin's songs.
NOTE THAT THIS FILM IS SHOWING
Wednesday-Thursday, February 27-28
Follow That Woman
Nancy Kelly, William Gargan, Regis Toomey
Laughs and thrills when a cutie goes crime
Appointment in Tokyo
Their own inside story of the Pacific from
Bataan to the beaches of Tokyo Bay. McAr
.lihur, Nimitz and their men from the start
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