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Enjoy Program and
Social Hour at lone
By Echo Palmateer
Pntrons of school district No.
35 and visitors from Heppner en
joyed a fine program and social
hour at the regular meeting of
the lone Parent-Teachers associa
tion held at the school Thursday
evening, March 11. Mrs. H. H.
Hargreaves of Portland, president
of the Oregon Congress of Parents
and Teachers, was the guest
speaker. Mrs. Hargreaves talked
on the guiding principles of the
Morrow County Cleaners
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fields, non-commercial, non-sectarian,
non-political, and cooper
ation with other agencies. She
also explained the four-point pro
gramschool education, health
program, world understanding,
and parent-teacher study groups.
The program, in charge of Miss
Mary Brackett, Included three vo
cal solos by Gene Normoyle, ac
companied by Mrs. Normoyle and
two piano solos by Mrs. E. M.
Refreshments of open face
sandwiches, cookies, tea and cof
fee were served from a table dec
orated with candles and spring
flowers, with Mrs. Lucy E. Rod
gers and Mrs. Noel Dobyns pour
ing. Others assisting on the com
mittee were Mrs. Victor Riet
mann, Mrs. David Rietmann, Mrs.
Earl McCabe and Mrs. L. A. Mc
Cabe. In the business meeting a nom
inating committee consisting of
Mrs. Cleo Drake, Mrs. Garland
mann was elected. It was voted
mann was eelcted. It was voted
to give a one-half scholarship
this year towards the Oregon
Congress of Parents and Teach
ers scholarship project to 6end
students to any of the three state
colleges of education and give a
full scholarship next year.
DATES TO REMEMBER '
March 19 H.E.C. of Willows
grange at the Oscar Lundell
home in the afternoon.
March 208 p.m. Regular meet
ing of Willows grange.
March 20 Annual spring
dance at Legion hall.
March 202:15 p.m., social
meeting of Topic club at Masonic
March 26 Past Noble Grand
club, place to be decided later.
Easter Sunday Sunrise service
on hill south of town; morning
service at Cooperative church, 10
to 12; Easter cantata in the eve
ning. Willows grange will serve
dinner at the hall from 1 to 3
Mrs. Harlan Devin and chil
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Open For Business
Our new shop is completed and we have installed
the latest Sun Machine for
We work on all makes of cars and trucks and
Specialize on Pontiac Service
L. N. "Line" Nash is our shop foreman-mechanic
Farley Pontiac Service
Phone 1052 Heppner, Oregon May & Chase Sts.
y--J would reach to Panama
' f 4) sjg ry. This year PPL wil1 strin8
- 1 'wW" over 2,000,000 pounds of new wire, at
k. ex'anc's 'ts svstem t0 serve
sSsFbSkIss Ns. K new customers and strengthen
agS, iJ('""--, service to existing users.
sME kL. -CC That's enough wire to stretch
I?3S5!3o .WSjfl SaL V from here to Panamal
Our construction program
THIS GROWING REGION
USES MORE AND MORE OF
mil CHEAP EIECTRICITYI Z,-
Electric rites here art the lowest In history less than half the national average
Pacific Povcr & Light Company
Your Partner in Progress Since 1910
dren of Condon spent the week
end at the home of her mother,
Mrs. Lana Padberg.
Mr. and Mrs. John Bryson were
La Grande visitors over the week
The following books have been
added to the lone public library
this week: "Stars of Oregon"
by Dean Collins; "Colorado" by
Louis Bromfield, and "Pecos Bill"
by Dr. James Cloyd Bowman.
The study meeting of the Topic
club met at the home of Mrs.
M. E. Cotter Friday, March 12,
with 13 members and 2 guests
present. The book, "Scudda-Hoo,
Scudda-Hay," by Geo. Agnew
Chamberlain, was reviewed by
Mrs. Noel Dobyns.
Refreshments were served by
the hostesses, Mrs. Cotter, Mrs.
Dobyns and Mrs. Wm. Seehafer.
The St. Patrick's dance at the
Legion hall Saturday nlaht was
Mr. and Mrs. B. C. Forsythe en
tertained guests at a dinner at
their home Thursday evening.
The following were invited: Mrs.
H. H. Hargreaves of Portland,
Mrs. Lucy E. Rodgers of Heppner,
Mrs. Omar Rietmann, Mrs. Noel
Dobyns and Mrs. Victor Riet
mann. Mrs. John Turner of Baker is
visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. John Eubanks en
tertained at a chicken and baked
ham dinner Sunday at their
home in honor of the birthdays
of Mrs. Arthur Stefani Sr., Herbert
Ekstrom and Errett Hummel.
Those present were Mr. and Mrs.
Garland Swanson and family,
Mr. and Mrs. Larry Fletcher and
family, Mrs. Clarence Brenner
and family, Mr. and Mrs. Herbert
Ekstrom and family, Mr. and
Mrs. Arthur Stefani Sr., Mr. and
Mrs. Arthur Stefani Jr., Mr. and
Mrs. Lewis Halvorsen and fam
ily, Mr. and Mrs. Errett Hummel
Mr. and Mrs. Errett Hummel
and children of Burns visited
here over the week end. Mr. Hum
mel Is a former superintendent
here and is now principal at
Mrs. Frank Engelman Is now
home from The Dalles hospital.
A miscellaneous shower was
given the Clell Rea family who
recently lost their home by fire,
Sunday evening at the Legion
hall, sponsored by the commun
ity. A large crowd attended. The
Reas received many lovely gifts
which included a bed, blankets,
pillows and other bedding, dish
es, cooking utensils, cash dona
tions, and numerous other arti
cles. Refreshments of sandwich
es, cake and coffee were served.
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Lieuallen
who have been living at Gresh
am are taking over the Victory
cafe. They operated the cafe- a
few years ago.
Mr. and Mrs. Larry Fletcher are
purchasing the apartments in
which they are living, from Ar
thur Stefani Sr.
The Baptist Ladies Aid will
meet with Mrs. Ralph Aldrich on
March 18th and with Mrs. Ed Al
drich, March 25. Mrs. Ralph Al
drich, Mrs. Ed Aldrich, Mrs. Mat
thew Ball and Mrs. Lana Padberg
attended a Baptist convention at
The Maranathas met at the
home of Mrs. John Proudfoot on
Wednesday, March 10, with 11
members and two guests present.
It was decided to collect clothing
and other articles to be sent to
Europe. Refreshments were serv
ed by Mrs. Proudfoot and Mrs.
The IMIA held- their regular
meeting at the Legion hall the
evnlng of March 10. One new
director, Earl McKinney, was el
ected, as were three executive
officers, Franklin Lindstrom, Mil
ton Morgan and Mrs. Donald Hel
ker. Other officers will be elected
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Helmbigner
of Odessa, Wash., are visiting at
the home of their son, Ray Heim
bigner. Mr. and Mrs. B. C. Forsythe and
Mrs. Cleo Drake left Sunday for
La Grande where they attended
U. P. and N. P.
39 SW Dorlon Avenue
Heppner. Gazette Times, Heppner, Oregon, March 18, 1948-3
A Special Treat
These delicious, frosting
topped hot cross buns are
Just right for Lenten
TRY THESE TOO
Our "gooey" pecan rolls
Cream or fruit pies
Luscious Angel Foods
Fresh baked layer cakes
DONE ON PREMISES
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a school meeting Monday. Mrs.
Drake also visited her son, Rob
ert, who Is attending college
Mr. and Mrs. Lester Goodrich
and son Norman of Husum, Wn.,
were recent guests of her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Dale Ray,
Mrs. Wat Crawford and
daughter Melba returned from
Portland last week.
Kenneth Wright of Baker spent
the week end at the Edmond Bris-
tow home. Mr. Wright Is a ne
phew of Mrs. Bristow.
Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Darst and
Miss Mildred Carlson of Eugene
and Corvallis visited at the Leo
nard Carlson home over the week
Mr. and Mrs. Herman Brackett
and son and family of Rufus vis
ited their daughter and sister,
Miss Mary Brackett, one day last
Willows grange will hold their
regular meeting March 20 at 8
p.m. A program will be given
during the lecturer's hour.
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Red Cross Month
Morrow County's Quota
Over U5 per cent of the amount
Stays in Morrow County!
LISTED BELOW IS HOW MORROW COUNTY'S
RED CROSS MONEY WAS USED DURI NG 1 947:
'HOME NURSING COURSES'
ADULTS AND STUDENTS
'FIRST AID CLASSES'
'VETERANS' in the Walla
Walla Veteran's Hospital
for Parties, Pleasure sancT Gifts
'SWIMMING LESSONS' and
'Water Safety Instructions'
By Trained Instructor
This program is planned for the proposed new "lone