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About Heppner gazette-times. (Heppner, Or.) 1925-current | View Entire Issue (Dec. 18, 1947)
Mrs. Cecil Jones
Tom Barnett, who has been 111
at his home in Lexington for
several weeks, has been taken to
the Hermiston General hospital
in Hermiston. He was taken ove
Saturday by Mr. and Mrs. Par
ker. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Feathers
were Pendleton visitors Satur
day. Those attending the Heppner
Womens chorus vesper service In
Heppner Sunday were Miss Do
na Barnett, Mrs. Trina Parker.
Mrs. Lonnie Henderson and Mrs.
Chas. C. Jones.
Mr. and Mrs. Billy Nichols of
Heppner are the parents of a
daughter born Saturday in Hepp
ner. The young lady is the grand
daughter of Archie Nichols of
Lexington. This is the first girl
born In the Nichols family for
Don't forget the vesper service
being given in the Congrega
tional church December 21, Sun
day, by the three groups of Camp
Fire Girls. Mr. Sorlien of Hepp
ner is officiating. It wlil start
at 4 p.m.
A. M. Edwards left Sunday on
a business trip to Portland.
Mrs. Eldon Padberg was hos
tess to a birthday party honor
ing her son Lee on his second
birthday, Wednesday, at the
Electric service to those homes
located in Heppner, Lexington
and lone and the surrounding ter
ritory between Heppner and Olex,
will be off between 2 p.m. and 4
p.m. Sunday afternoon, Dec. 21.
This interruption is necessary due
to repairs to the line in the vicinity
PACIFIC POWER & LIGHT CO.
home of Orris Padberg. The af
ternoon was spent visiting, af
ter which delightful refresh
ments were served. Those at
tending were Diana Hayes, ac
companied by her mother, Mrs.
Clarence Hayes; Sherry and
Walter Corley and mother, Mrs.
Corley of lone, and Edith Mun
kers. Ted McMillan was a business
visitor in Hermiston Monday.
Vernon Munkers returned home
Sunday from the hospital in Pen
dleton. Mr. Munkers underwent
an operation one day last week,
and is reported doing nicely.
Mr. and Mrs. Elwynne Peck of
Toledo, Ore., are the parents of
a daughter, Joyce Catherine. This
is the first granddaughter of
Mr. and Mrs. George Peck.
Emil Jassmin and Harold
Holmes of Pendleton held Gid
ean services at the Christian
church Sunday morning. After
the services they were luncheon
geusts of Mr. and Mrs. George
Peck, returning to Pendleton in
The Three Links club met at
the home of Mrs. Archie Mun
kers Monday night. The evening
was spent in sewing with re
freshments served later in the
Dates to remember: The Odd
Fellow and Rebekah lodge par
ty, Dec. 19. Vesper service, Dec.
21. School program, Dec. 22, at
Confirmation services were
held in the Congregational
church Sunday, Dec. 14, with the
Rev. Philippl conducting the ser
vices. The two members of the
class were two girls, Patty Ma-
jeske, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Adolph Majeske of Lexington
and Ingrid Hermann, daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. G. Hermann of
lone. The church was beautiful
ly decorated with Christmas
green and fall flowers. The girls
wore white gowns with pink car
nation corsages. Mrs. Philippi
wore a red rose corsage. After
the ceremony a reception was
held at the Hermann home In
lone with the main event being
a turkey dinner. Rev. Philippi
is the Lutheran minister from
Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Ansted
arrived Sunday and will spend
ON CHRISTMAS CANDY
Soy it with candy and she'll think you're pretty
sweet, to think of it. And when you try one of these
melt-in-your-mouth chocolates, yourself, you'll
know that nobody could think of a nicer Christmas
WHITMAN'S-Sampler, Fairhill, Miniature, Bow
Knot. GALES-American Custom, Fruit and Nuts, Joan
MOUNTAIN SWEETS-Glace and Sugared Nuts,
Black Walnut and Pecan
Almond Roca, Almon Omega, Parisian Creams,
Chocolate Mints, Chocolate Covered Cherries
Delicious Candy that will appeal to the taste of the
discriminating candy lover. 1
Make a contribution of food or money to buy food to the
Northwest Christmas Ship. "From Your Heart Do Your
Humphreys Drug Co.
Held at Boardman
By Flossie Coats
Daniel Ransier passed away in
Pendleton Monday morning, Dec.
15, at 4 a.m. after an illness of
several months. Funeral ser
vices will be held in Boardman
school gym, Dec. 18 at 1 p.m.
Daniel Franklin Ransier was
born December 8, 1888, at Myrtle
Point, Oregon, and passed away
at the age of 59 years and 1
week. He lived most of his life
in Oregon, and much time
around Pendleton and Hermis
ton before coming to Boardman
with his family in 1919, and had
resided here since. He was ditch
rider since April, 1919, and held
this job up to his death. He has
been a member of Greenfield
grange for many years and serv
ed as master three terms. He
was a very willing helper wrier
ever needed and respected by all
Mr. Ransier is survived by his
wile, Nora, and three sons, Mar
vin, serving in the army at An
chorage, Alaska; Kenneth of
Pendleton, and Daniel Jr. of
The Boardman telephone ex
change under the management
of Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Chaffee for
the past 26 years has been sold
to Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Garner
of Roseburg who will take over
the first of January. Mr. and
Mrs. Chaffee have operated all
these years with the exchange
in their home. Definite plans
are not complete for the new lo
cation, and place will be an
The "Zombies" met the Arllng
ton five on our floor Thursday
with a win of 59-39. The Zom
bies are playing a good game
and so far have met no defeats.
The high school basketball
team played Stanfield on the lo
cal floor Friday night and lost
Thursday nite the local P-TA
met for a business meeting with
Mrs. Fred Smith as president. It
was voted at this time to affil
iate with the state and national
Elmer Messenger, section fore
man for the state highway at
Boardman, is leaving work Mon
day for a two weeks vacation,
preparatory to his retirement
the Christmas holidays with Mrs
Ansted's parents Mr. and Mrs
Saturday the Spray basketball
team and the girls volleyball
team will play in Lexington, the
game starting at 7:30.
Tuesday, Dec. 23, the Fossil
girls volleyball team and the
boys basketball team will play
nere. uame begins at 7:30.
Saturday the Lexington high
boys won over the town team
with a score of 23-16. The game
preceded the school carnival
which was held in the gym. The
line-up for the town team is as
follows: Roy Martin, Bob Camp
bell, Al Edwards, Archie Mun
kers, Carl Marquardt, Leonard
Munkers, Clarence Buchanan,
John Ledbetter. Roeer Camnhpll
The high school line-up is as
rollows: Kay Papineau, John
Edwards, Charles Padberg, Dav
id Buchanan. Jim Blooriswnrth
Bud Buchanan and Marvin Way.
Mrs. joe cornelison is ill at
her home with pneumonia. The
cafe is closed during her illness.
A birthday party celebrating
Wayne Papineau's birthday was
held at the Cecil Jones home
Saturday night with a lunch and
sandwiches, cake and coffee.
Those attending were Mr. and
Mrs. W. E. McMillan, Jo and Pat
McMillan, Ray Papineau, Charles
Buchinan, Mr. and Mrs. Cecil
Jones. Mrs. Rhoda Jones, and thp
honored guest, Wayne Papineau.
DRIVE OUT TO
Tuberculosa can be prerented,
yet 53,000 Americana die et TB
rear. This 1 a neediest niti
of lite. A nation-wide eamseica
to eradicate this insidious dis
ease la carried om by tnbercalesls
associations from Christmas Seal
funds. Ton can Join tke lent
Buy and Use Chris tmos Seals
An army of customers all
Our Christmas fruit cake
is none but the best
You will not go wrong, so
have no fear
When doing your Christ
mas shopping here.
riu bMt Is Bon too food t tha
rulatldt and our dtliciooa (rail
li Moond to son. Superbly
bakd and mallowod to parfM.
tlon, tha art (It for tha "kWs
lone Folk Attend
In College Town
Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Morgan
and Mr. and Mrs. John Eubanks
and children and LeRoy Brenner
attended the wedding of Miss Le
ota Parr and Billy Morgan Sun
day afternoon at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Parr of Cor
vallis, with Dr. Daniel Poling of
ficiating. The bride wore a grey
suit with navy accessories and
a lavendar orchid. Miss Earlene
Morgan was the maid of honor
and wore a light grey suit and
black accessories and a corsage
of pink rose buds. Norman War
dloff was best man. Mrs. Earl
Morgan, mother of the bride
groom, wore a navy and gold
dress and Mrs. Parr a navy and
white dress. Both had corsages
of gardenias and yellow rose
buds. A reception was held af
terwards with Mrs. Earl Morgan
and Mrs. Ernest Parr serving the
cake and Mrs. Norman Wardloff
the punch. The couple left for a
short honeymoon after which
thev Will make thpir home In
Albany where Mr. Morgan isj
with th fire deDartment and Mrs
Morgan is with the telephone
company. Mr. Morgan is the son
of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Morgan of
Portland and the brother of Mrs.
John Eubanks and Lloyd Mor
gan. He attended the lone
schools and served in the U. S.
Mrs. Wm. Seehafer and Mrs.
Walter Corley and daughter
were Pendleton visitors Monday.
Mrs. Ethel Stewart returned
from Gearhart last week where
she visited her son Fred who has
a beauty salon and barber shop
Gene McCoy of the U. S. army
visited his parents last week.
Mr. and Mrs Markham Rakpr
Mr. and Mrs. Noel Dobyns, Mr!
and Mrs. W. R. Wentworth and
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Seehafer were
hosts and hostesses of the Mor
row County Shrine club at the
Masonic hall Saturday night. Af
ter the business meetinc enfts
were presented to be sent to the
bhriner s hospital. There were re
presentatives present from Hepp
ner and Fossil.
(Additional lone News, page 3)
Heppner Gozi'tte Times, Heppner, Oregon, December 18, 1337-3
I LICENSES BEING MAILED will not be available until after . form of license is printed on safe
ISSUING AGENCIES I the first of July. I rv narjr In mantfnM
1948 LICENSES BEING MAILED
TO ISSUING AGENCIES
BY GAME COMMISSION
The 1948 game licenses are
being mailed out by the Orpgon
State Game commission to license
agencies throughout the state
and will be available to purch
asers by approximately Decem
ber 20. Deer tags, however,
which will be issued separately
for a fee of fifty cents to residents
the first of July.
An entirely new form of license j
is being issued this year, made
possible by the separation of the '
deer tag from the hunting li
cense. License agents will be is
sued one form of license only,
instead of eight kinds as here
tofore, and will fill in on this
form information as to type of
license being issued, amount
paid and name, address and de
scription of purchaser. The new
ty paper in manifold form and
is expectea to save a consider
able amount of time and mon
ey In the printing and handling
oi game license.
The separate deer tag U to be
used for obtaining Information
essential to proper management
of the deer herds, such as the
total number of deer hunters, to
tal kill, areas hunted most heav
ily, time of heaviest kill and
MRS. W. LEE DYER
Columbia Mattress fir Upholstery Co.
will be in Heppner
SATURDAY, DECEMBER 20
Leave orders for mattresses and upholstery at
O. M. Yeager's Cabinet Shop
Car cushion work at D. P. Phelan Shell Oil Service
which will begin January 1. Mr.
Messenger has been employed
by the state the past 23 years, 22
of these being as patrolman,
which later was termed section
foreman. Nate Macomber who
has been employed for 22 years
as helper has been promoted to
Mrs. Roy Ball and son Albert
were shopping in Pendleton Sat
urday. Miss Chloe Barlow re
turned with them to Boardman
for the evening.
Jim Agee will also retire the
first of the year. He has been
employed the past few years.
Henry Zivney will fill the va
cancy left by Mr. Messenger on
Monday morning. Promotion of
the remaining crew has not been
made known. i
O' DON NELL'S CAFE
will remain open
MONDAY, DECEMBER 22
and will CLOSE ON CHRISTMAS DAY
We will remain open
MONDAY, DECEMBER 29
and will CLOSE ON NEW YEAR'S DAY
Thereafter we will resume regular Monday closing.
Wishing our many friends a
MERRY CHRISTMAS and a HAPPY NEW YEAR
HARRY - CLAIRE - RUSSELL
Make a contribution of food or money to buy food to the
Northwest Christmas Ship. "From Your Heart Do Your
How Many of Us Are Farmers Today O
One third of our population?
One fourth? One sixth?
Answer: One sixth
A total of 26 million persons on American farms feed
themselves and the other 116 million of us, In addi
tion to millions abroad.
It wasn't always this way. Nearly every American was a
farmer 150 years ago, because It took as est of his Unto
to raise enough food for his family.
Bat sines thea Improved wpdpment ani methods
have enabled each farmer to produce more and thus
release more and mors workers to predae other raw
materials, machinery sad serv Ices.
Agricultural progress mado poearkie oar MnrtrUl
expansion. Together they gave as th highest stand
ard of living ha the world.
line the Irs4 steal plow kt IfftT, progress la steel
said fta ism prlslei kare smm hand hi hand.
AMERICAN IRON AND STCIL INfTITUTI
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