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2 Heppner Gazette Times, March 21 1946
IONE NEWS NOTES
Mrs. Echo Palmateei
Mrs. Ada Cannon has been vis
iting in Portland. During her ab
sence her sn Pete suffered an at
tack of measles.
Mrs. Omar Rietmann and Mrs.
Victor Rietmann went to The
TV11oc MnnHav to visit with Mr.
and Mrs. Victor Peterson and to
hear the Platoff Don Cossack
Louis Buschke drove to Portland
Sunday to attend the wedding of
Miss Margaret Ann Krebs and Don
ald Evans on Monday.
Word has been received o" the
recent marriage of Orville Buchan
an and Lorraine Sherman in Cali
fornia. Mr. Buchana is in the army
and is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Fred
Buchanan. The bride is the daugh
ter of Mr. and Mrs. Beecher Emert
of Hoqu'am Wash. Both were for
mer students of lone schools.
The 4-H club girls met at the
home of Mrs. Howard Eubanks Sat
urday after noon and gave the fol
in,.,;r,rr fnoA demonstrations. Ruby
Ann Rietmann, cinnamon rolls;
T-rJn An McCabe. custard; Jane
Seehafer, cocoa; Joanne Coleman,
eggs and Delores Drake, toast. H'e
mrthprs wpre nresent also.
. A children's travelling library
has been received by the Ine pub
lic library from te state library.
Word has been received of the
recent birth of twin boys to Mr.
and Mrs. George Ritchie Jr. of Tygh
Valley, and of a boy to Mr. and Mrs.
Sam Holmes of Portland. Mrs.
Holmes was the former Ellen Rit
chie. Both she and Mr. Ritchie are
well known here.
Mr. and Mrs. Johan Troedson,
Carl Troedson and Mr. and Mrs.
Lake Beckner visited at the home
of Mr. and Mrs. John Mclntyre at
Rodney Wentworth is having a
house built on his lot on Third
street. His father from California
is the carpenter.
Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Matthews
entertained the grade school bas
ketbal team and their coach, Fran
cis Ely, with a turkey banquet at
their home Wednesday evening,
March 13. Mr. Ely presented each
boy with a dollar bill. Those pres
ent were Robert Peterson, Gerald
Peterson, Jack Ball, Gene Doherty,
John Jepson, Ronald Baker, Joel
Barnett, Johnny Bristow, Rodger
Kincaid, Bill Hubbard, Mr. and
Mrs. Francis Ely, George Ely and
j Louis Carlson.
I The auxiliary of the American
J Legion held a meeting at the I. O.
O. F. hall Saturday aUernOon.
Nine members were initiated and
the following officers were install
ed: president, Mrs. Alvin Bunch,
first vicp resident. Mrs. Earlene
.Peck, second vice president, Mrs.
CnrAnn Whitp. speretarv-treasurer.
Mrs. Cleo Drake, chaplain, Mrs.
Kichard LundelL historian. Mrs.
Valjean Clark, sergeant at arms,
Mrs. Harry Normoyle.
Miss Hilda Lim and Thomas
Everson were married at Hepp
ner Saturday evening by Rev.
Fletcher Forster. Thev were at-
'tended by Mr. and Mrs. Milton
Haug. The bride, who wore a blue
suit with black accessories' and a
gardenia corsage, recently arrived
from Minnesota. The groom is tne
son of Mrs. Bessie Everson and
recently received his discharge
from the army.
T5 Lowell Clark is now in the
Cushing General hospital in Farm
ington, Mass. where he is receiv
Mr. and Mrs. K. Mattews of
Roseburg are visiting their uncle
and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Wallace
Mrs. Hans Paul of Pendleton
spent Sunday at the Henry Clark
Mrs. Wm. Ludwig and her mo
ther from Medford and Mrs. Etta
Br'stow spent the week-end in
Little Alicia Jean Swales cele
hrated her fifth birthday Saturday
evening at her home. The following
guests were present: Larry Kiet
mann. Ernv Drake. Dorothy Dob-
Pwnlpi Riithdav cake, ice cream
yns, Keith Peck, and Clara Ann
and punch were served.
Word was received of the death
oi Mrs. C. F. Trimble of Port Or
ford March 13 due to an automo
bile accident. Rev. Trimble held
services in lone several years ago
.'on tinned m Huge Eight
No. 1 Size
TIP TOP bright red
BEACON red with cream
ROSA VAN LIMA pink
MAID OF ORLEANS white
white; red throat
SHIRLEY TEMPLE cream
BERTY SNOW lavender
10c ea.; $1.00 per
doz.; 50 for $3.50
Also have some CORONA
(cream with pink fringe) No.
2's, 15c ea.; $1.50 doz.
SURFSIDE( white and cream)
No. l's, 2 for 25c, $1.20 per
I Before planting any Glad j
bulbs, soak them three
I hours in 1 gallon cool j
S water to which has been
Vi teaspoonful j
Bean, and Pea
Especially suited for Home
Gardening and Quick Freez
ing. Vi Lb. Packets 20c
and Lily Bulbs
Just received a new shipment
of house plants.
A wheel need lo cut of lino only
V," to cut tiro life by 50 II B
afo, take advantage of our
Wheel alignment service today.
Here's What We Do:
1 Check toe-in and make
2 Inspect, clean and
repack front wheel
fj Chock front wheela
V 4 .
ALL AMERICAN ...j
Fine woolens, bright,
ly colored, soft te
tured. All wool wor-i
steds, neutral but
neckline simple it
self directs eye in
sleeves, tiny waist I
Hats " fc.
l other peoples!)
t Hats to win you a' second
glance, hats to highlight your
nicest self, hats to make peo
pie exclaim. "Isn't she attrac
tive !" Hats with spring flow,
ers. large-brimmed straws,
forward hats, bumpers, cas
uals, all are here at Penney,
Large White Terry
Just the size towel
a man likes.
Yes! Our famous
Rondo Prints are
back on our shelves.
for a good fit. 29"
to 38" waist.
WO W !
Yes! and our popu
lar sanforized Bib
Mac brand, too.
Sizes 4 to 12.
The first shipment
in a year.
Boys or Girls
Sizes 8 to 16 and
too, for fit.
Needs Your Help
Rosewall Motor Co.
Your Firestone Dealer