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Lester Hunt and
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erson and Mr.
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A Fian 1 s MEDICAL, 3E
AND HOSPITAL tcts. fcr f
pioved indicidoci S3.:D per i
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HOSPITAL ccr0? f( t-T
tDOUt. J. 30 &' f"--r"-:
$1.35 P nicr'fi, Ir.d tf " r. 7:
pm month; 3 j o,,;, ; : (--
MEDICAL AND HC:?ITAl c.
for ttw wpioyftJ l-s'v;;ua 2.15
SURGICAL, ItMITEO M-.CaL od
HOSPITAL revere cf atr ,,
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More li .'-n
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I: i!;'in :ind son ii;;a:n
u lo Ai-ungloii to woik.
;d Mrsv Y. oroit (.'rump
iliiloror. from The Oai'.os ;
.-is of Mrs. Crump's par-'
. ami Mrs. Charles Bre-
uiHi.iy. Dinner Guests of
o.irs 'v :r. i ; . j
id t.ma'.y and Mr. and
rir. i ari WhiiliK-k of Heppner.
Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Brooding
ami family sjvnt Sunday in Pen
dleton. Mr. and Mis. Art Hunt were!
Pendleton visitors las' week.
Mr. ami Mrs. A;::u:i Vhlon
wore Pendleton v isitors Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs. Coerce Peek and
Mr. and Mrs. Keime'.h Took won-,
hosts at a jnn.H'lile pariy Wed
nesday ni;;ht al tl.e Ceortte Pack
heme. Itigh w as won by Mrs. Ce
ei! Jor.es and ladies low, Mrs. V.
E. MiMilian. aiso prizes were
t::M"n for biLtli, I.awrenee Palmer,
and low, Win. Smethurst. Deli
cious refreshments were served
la. or in the eveuinj:. lluests were
Mr. ami M.s. W. K. McMillan,
Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Jones. Mr. and
Mis. Wm. Smethurst, Mr. and
Mrs. Lawrence Palmer. Mrs. bar
tha Pinges. Miss Merle Carmieh
. i 1, Mrs. !l:i:i Tamer and Mrs.
Mo er of Heppner.
Mrs. Marie St ea call went to
Peiuiieton Tuesday where she vis
ited her daughter June who has
returned from a tiip to Spokane.
J' t'e was a lieleizate to the Cath
olic Youth organization conven
tion held at C.ouzaga in Spokane.
J..ro atiends the academy in
Services will be held at the
(. !";;s;ian church Sunday. March
7 by Mr. George Hatch, the sub
ject to be "The Fruits of the Spir
it." at 11 a.m. Evangelism at
7:30 p.m. Mr. and Mrs. Hatch have
been called to minister to these
churches and will move here to
ir. -ke their home as soon as pos
Khner Hunt is spending the
week in Portland where ho will
attend a co-op meeting. He torrk
his family to Ordnance Sunday.
.' ' : they caught a bus going
to La Grande, w here they are at
tending school. They were here
for the funeral of Elmer's moth
er. Mrs. Etta Hunt.
Mrs. Jim Lynch was the Hon
oree of a wedding shower given
in the aid room by Misses
w a. i li I'.i
After I hi
tiorf sa la
. in iiie.Hlswonh i
n ae McM.ilan on Thurs
aos wcie played after j
' bride opened her t-iftc I
s refieshmems of wai
d. s amtu iclies and eef
scrved. Mrs. Lnch was
er Elizabeth Edwar.-ls
The" we:e married Keiiruary l;!
at inneuiueea, Nevada.
The volleyball game played
between the Bombers and high
school team was won by the hb'h
school. After this there vas"a
basket social, pie and cake so
cial, with the high school clear
ing SI. v.). After this coffee and
sandwiches were served by the
junior class in the lunch room.
Mr. and Mrs. Hatch, who were
here conducting church services,
weie guests of Mr. and Mrs. Tru'
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Feathers ,--d
the bovs' basketball team motor
ed to Mitchell Saturday, where
they defeated the Mitchell tea r..
Part of the boys remained with
Mr. and Mrs. Peat Iters, where
at the different county patients at the lk-rmiston . Is little prospect that any of the, at Spokane recently will r
i.. i. i'i in Mitchell. Sunday they
l; '..'lou-d to i lie colored inlis and
euj icd the sights, returning
Suiioay evening. The boys report
a veiy fine tune,
HOSPITAL CUESTS WOULD
LIKE TO RETURN HOME
Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Neill were
llcrmiston visitors Sunday and
hospital. Among these were Mrs.
Charles Anderson and W. P. Pro
phet. Mrs. Anderson had read Dr. Me
Murdo's letter In the Gazette
Times last week and called Mr.
Prohpet to her room and read il
to him. "Uncle Pete" was great
ly pleased with the contents of
people owing him will offer to I there for some time to take fur-
make a settlement. Both Mrs. An-1 titer treatment.
ueiMiii aim nil. riupiu-i are eueer-
fitl, but homesick. They would
like to return to Morrow county
and both would welcome early
completion of the Pioneer Mem
orial hospital In Heppner.
Mrs. Jack Ilalseth who under-1
FOH COUNTY JUDGE
I hereby .innounee v
dacy for the office o
Judge, usbject to the
Republican voters of
while there called on Morrow1 the letter, although he feels there went a major surgical operation (Paid Adv.)
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