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About Heppner gazette-times. (Heppner, Or.) 1925-current | View Entire Issue (March 4, 1948)
State President Of
P-TA Scheduled To
Visit lone Group
By Echo Palmateer
The regular mopting of the
lone P-TA was held Wednesday
evening, Feb. 25, at the school
house. The next meeting will be
March 11 at 8 Dm. as the ctato
president, Mrs. Audrey Hargreav-
es win ne present. Members are
esl-ed to bring dish towels to this
meeting to be used In the kitch
en. The first and second grade
room won the prize for having
the most parents present. The
following program was given
with Miss Mary Brackett in
Reading on P-TA by Miss
Brackett; vocal solos, "Peg O' My
Heart," and "Serenade of the
Bells," by Delight Biddle, accom-
ponied by Mrs. ( leo Drake; piano
solo, Denny Swanson; radio pro
gram, "The Tale of Three Let
ters" by Miss Brackett, Patricia
Drake, Ruby Ann Rietmann and
Lola Ann McCabe; piano solo by
Jean Ann Swanson. Refreshments
were served In the lunch room
by Mrs. David Rietmann, Mrs.
Omar Rietmann and Mrs. Victor
Rietmann, The room was decor
ated in honor of George Wash
si.sting of a clarinet solo by Du
ane Baker, accompanied by Ron
ald Baker, and a reading by Rev.
Alfred Shirley, was given.
G. A. Petleys returned from
Santa Monica, Calif., last week,
where he spent the winter. He
visited his sister, Mrs. J. K. Cosr;-
Mrs. Wate Crawford and Mrs.
Rodney Crawford Jr. left Friday
of last week for Portland. Mrs
Wate Crawford will visit her
daughters, Mrs. John Voorhees
;md Miss Melba Crawford. Mrs.
Rodney Crawford returned to her
home after spending a week with
her mother, Mrs. Ida Coleman.
After the church services at the Mrs- Marv Swanson left Mon
Coonerative church .Sunday, a day for Salom wnere she wlu
fellowship dinner was hold at the I visit relatives.
Congregational church' parlor : lone was well represented at
with about thirty attending. Af- the tournament at Echo last
ter the dinner a program con- 1 week. The high school won from
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Weston Thursday night but lost
to Grant Union Friday and to
Echo Saturday, coming out In
fourth place. B. C. Forsythe pre
sented the trophies to the win
ning teams and named those in
the all-star team. Ross Doherty,
one of our star players, was one
of the all-stars.
The town team won from Hepp
ner at Arlington last week but
lost to Pendleton Thursday of
Mr. and Mrs. Lester Wilkins of
Mt, Ansel spent the week end at
the Herbert Ekstrom home. Mrs.
Eltstrom is the daughter of Mrs.
Recent guests at the Noel Dob
yns home were Mr. and Mrs. Har
old C. Dixon of Raymond, Wash.,
Mrs. J. C. Ware of Olympia and
Mrs. G. V. Crumb of Seattle. Mrs.
Ware is the mother of Mrs.
Crumb and Mrs. Dobyns.
DATES TO REMEMBER
The Maranathas will meet at
the home of Mrs. John Proudfoot,
The regular meeting of IMIA at
the Legion hall, March 10 at 8
lone P-TA, March 11 at the
school house at 8 p.m.
The study meeting of the Top
ic club will meet at the home of
Mrs. M. E. Cotter Friday after
noon, March 12..
The Birthday club met at the
home of Mrs. Elsie Peterson of
Lexington, Friday, Feb. 27. She
was assisted by Mrs. Vernon
Christopherson. The honorees
were Mrs. Wm. Seehafer and Mrs.
E. M. Baker who received lovely
gifts. Refreshments of jello,
birthday cake and coffee were
served. The table was decorated
with candles and favors given to
Mr. and Mrs. Dale Ray and
John Hughes were visitors at
Lyle and Husum, Wash., last
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Troedson of
Heppner spent Sunday in lone.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Neil and son
Erwin of Silom Springs, Arkan
sas, are visiting their son and
family, Mr. and Mrs. Don Neal.
They intend to make their home
The Past Noble Grand club of
(he Rebekahs met at the home of
Mrs. Paul Pettyjohn Wednesday
afternoon, Feb. 25." Ice cream,
cake and coffee were served by
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Davidson
and children of The Dalles were
visiting Mr. and Mrs. Clarence
Smith, near Cecil, over the week
Mrs. Vernice Crawford and
children and Delmar Crawford of
Dufur spent the week end here.
New books added to the lone
public library are "A Light in the
Window" by Rinehart, and
"House Divided" by Ben Ames
Guests at the Herschal Town
send home Sunday were Mrs.
George Krebs of Portland, Mr.
and Mrs. Don Evans and baby of
Heppner and Mr. and Mrs. Ar
The IMIA have the football
field seeded and a mulch put on
Mr. and Mrs. Ted Peterson of
Condon visited here Monday.
Mrs. Oscar Peterson who has
been staying in Portland with her
son Gerald, is home Her daugh
ter Eunice is in Portland now.
Among those going to Pendle
ton last week were Mr. and Mrs.
B. C. Forsythe, Miss Mary Brack
ett and Mr. and Mrs. Edmond
A bridal shower was given in
honor of Mrs. Ted Peterson of
Condon Monday afternoon at the
Legion hall. The tables were doc-
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By Flossie Coats
Grade school reopened Monday
March 1, after being closed for a
week due to illness in many fam
ilies in the community. High
school will not reopen for a few
days due to illness of teachers,
Norman Bergstrom, Ronald Black
and Elizabeth Brown.
Week-end guests at the Allen
Billings home were Mrs. Billings'
mother and step-father, Mr. and
Mrs. Chas. McDaniel of Hardman.
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Wyss of
near Oswego has purchased the
Donald Zivney farm and have
taken possession. Mrs. Wyss is a
sister of Chas. Anderegg.
Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Petteys
and children, Gary, Beverly and
Pat of Pendleton came Friday
evening to visit Mrs. Petteys' par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. N. A. Macom
ber. The children remained over
the week end with their grand
parents. Chet Atteberry and son Frank
of Tacoma, Wash., spent Satur
day and Sunday with Chefs mo
ther, Mrs. Olive Atteberry.
Shan Hamlin who recently was
discharged from the service and
had been visiting his mother,
Mrs. Frank Cole, left Sunday for
Portland and will soon leave for
his home in Peoria, 111.
Mr. and Mrs. Al Macomber of
Spray were overnight guests at
the Nate Macomber home Satur
day. Sunday they, with Nate mo
tored to Grandview, Wn., to visit
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their father, Mr. Macomber, who
is seriously ill. I
Mr. and Mrs. E. T. Messenger j
are spending a few days in The
Dalles visiting relatives. j
Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Rands motor
ed to Pendleton Monuay.
j Mr. and Mrs. Winfield Perry of
Portland spent Monday evening j
at the Claud Coats home. Mrs. j
Perry and Mrs. Coats are friends, .
formerly working in the tele-1
phone office together.
Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Califf and
family of Hubbard have purchas
ed the Jim Agee farm east of
town and are taking possession
this week. Mr. and Mrs. Agee
have moved to the old Edmonds
house temporarily. Mr. Califf is
a brother of Mrs. Oscar Veelle.
CARD OF THANKS
We wish to thank our many
friend and neighbors who were
so thoughtful and kind during
the recent illness and death of
our beloved mother and sister,
and for the many beautiful floral
Mr. and Mrs. Otto Ruhl.
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Hunt.
Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Hunt,
Mr .and Mrs. Lester Hunt,
Mr. and Mrs. Alex Hunt,
James, John. Isaiah Wren.
orated with red and white crepe
paper with red candles. Mrs. Pet
erson received many lovely and
useful gifts. The hostesses were
Mrs. Garland Swanson, Mrs. Del
bert Emert, Miss Mary Jean Bris
tow and Miss Laurel Palmateer.
Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Baker will
hold open house In their new
home Sunday, March 7, at 2 p.m.
Everyone is invited.
Tom White is home from The
Eight members of the Morgan
Odd Fellows lodge attended the
Odd Fellows convention in Stan
QUICK RELIEF FROM
Symptoms of Distress Arising from
due to EXCESS ACID
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and Duodenal Uoers due to Eicoss Acid
Poor Digestion, Sour or Upset Stomach,
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due to Eicom Acid. Hold on 16 days' trial!
Ask for "Willard'ft Mnsaga" which full
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Yes, sonny, there are 11,000 poles in
the pile. And we'll use them all during
iET 1948 as PP&L carries out the largest
this growing region construction program in its history.
USES MORE AND MORE OF
PPSL'l CHEAP ELECTRICITY!
Electric rates here are now the lowett in history lees than half the national average.
Pacific Power & Light Company
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My HEAD t oclearer thinking,
My H EART to greater loyalty,
My HANDS to larger service,
My HEALTH to better living
For my Club,
and my country.
National 4-H Club Week, March I - 7, 1948
Morrow County needs more rural young people enroll
ed in 4-H Clubs. Do you know of or have children that
wish to join a club and "learn by doing" alonq with
24,000 Oregon 4-H members? . 9
We arc proud to be able to serve the 4-H Clubs of Morrow County.
Morrow County 4-H Council