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About Heppner gazette-times. (Heppner, Or.) 1925-current | View Entire Issue (April 22, 1948)
Scheduled For 2
By Mrs. Cecil Jones
Mr. and Mrs. Alonzo Edwards
received word that the body of
their son, Clyde Edwards, would
arrrive in Heppner on Wednes
day. Funeral services will be
conducted in the Lexington Con
gregational church Sunday after
noon, April 25, at 2 p.m. with the
Rev. Sorlien of Heppner officiat
ing. The American Legion of
Heppner will be in charge of the
Mrs. Vernnn MnnL-nrc nnfl Mrc
Millard Nolan spent several days !
last weeK in Portland.
Lonnie Henderson is confined
to his home with the flu.
Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Hunt have
sold their home here to a family
from Salem and they are moving
i in today. Mrs. Hunt spent the
j week end here from La Grande.
Mr. and Mrs. Chuck DcMoss
' and Junior DeMoss were visiting
acquaintances here from Spring
field one day last week.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Breshears
and Mrs. Wilbur Steagall were
The Dalles visitors Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. O. G. Breeding
hre received word of the birth
of a so nto Mr. and Mrs. Don
Grant of Prineville. The young
man has been named James Al
an, and he is the grandson of
Mr. and Mrs. Breeding.
Mr. and Mrs. Bill Matthews and
small son from Pendleton were
visitors of the O. G. Breeding
family one day last week.
Mr. and Mrs. George Steagall
have returned home from a few
days in Portland.
Mr. and Mrs. Hatch returned to
Portland Monday after a week
.spent in Lexington getting their
home ready for them to move
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Warner were
Pendleton visitors Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. Don Campbell are
visiting In Forest Grove for a few
Mr. and Mrs. Truman Messen
ger Sr. adn family and Mr. and
Mrs. Billie Marquardt were vis
itors in The Dalles at the Truman
Messenger Jr. home, Sunday.
Cecil Jones Is again driving
Co-op truck after two weeks of
There will be a school benefit
April 30 at the school auditorium
at 8 p.m. This will be put on by
the different organizations In
town all adding their part. There
will be a supper luncheon in the
basement, in the lunch room
starting at 6 p.m., given by the
l hree Links.
The Horizon club girls held
their regular meeting Saturday
afternoon. They made curtains
for their library and put up
sign on the window. The library
is in the small room in the L O.
O. F. hall.
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Feathers had
as their house guests Mrs. Kath
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Colds And Throat
By Flossie Coats
Many are on the sick list with
colds and throat trouhle. Mrs
John Yonger and Albert Ball were
taken to the St, Anthony's hospit-
arine Kellogg from Portland, sis
ter of Mrs. Feathers, over the
Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Jones en
tertained with a birthday dinner
Friday evening for Mrs. W. E.
Mr. and Mrs. John Runnion of
Prosser were renewing acquaint
ances in Lexington Sunday night.
The Lexington baseball team
motored to Echo Friday where
they met the Echo team. Thej
Mrs. Verle Frederickson's room
entertained the grade school with
a Short Dlav Fridav aftprnnnn In
their room at school. Rpfrseh. I
ments were served later in the
tuncn room. i
I al In Pendleton Friday, with
pneumonia. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Ball
and Delbert visited Albert Sun
day and found he was improved.
Mrs. Yonger is still very sick.
Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Nelson
and son Norman spent the week
end in Portland.
The senior class member mn.
tored to Pendleton Thursday to
have their pictures taken and to
attend a show.
Mrs. Hazel Bell had as her
guests last week her mother and
sister of Seattle.
Mrs. Sam Lee and son Farl nf
rutuilla were guests at the Rev.
uias. Lble home last week, Mrs.
S. Lee returning Saturriav snH
tari remaining until Sunday
Mrs. Nora Ransier spent the
weeK end- at the home of her
son and daughter-in-law, Mr
and Mrs. Marvin Ransier of Ord
nance. Sunday she was enter.
tained at dinner with another
son, Danny Ransier and wife, and
a nephew, Mervin Ransier and
wile of Echo.
Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Bander
and family of Pendleton were
dinner guests Friday at the home
of his mother, Mrs. Nora Ransier.
Mrs. Geneva Jackson became
the bride of Marshall Jackson at
Heppner Gazette Times, Heppner, Oregon, April 22, 19.48-3
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' a quiet wedding performed by
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church, Pendleton, Saturday, Ap
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5th and 6th grade teacher in the
Mr. and Mrs. Kussell Miller mo
tored to The Dalles Sunday and
round Mrs. Millers father not so
well. Kenneth Akers who was in
jured n a car wreck last week was
able to return home and will re
main for a time with his sister,
Gilbert Petteys and son Pat of
Pendleton were Sunday dinner
guests at the N. A. Macomber
Mrs. Robert Wilson celebrated
her birthday Sunday by having
several of her daughters and!
families oresent for dinner. Those
here were Mr. and Mrs. David
Johnson and children of Portland,
Mr. and Mrs. Bill Morrison and
two daughters of Dayton, Wash.,
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Brune. Mrs i
NAMED FOR PRESIDENT
Carl Knighten, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Carl Knighten of Irrigon,
was nominated for the office of
president of the sturent body lor
118-49 at the primary election
held by Eastern Oregon College
of Education at Le Grande, Fri
day. Other candidates were: pres- j
lcient, Herman Lawson, Milton; I
vice-president, LeRoy Childers of !
Cove and Fred Prultt of Vale; sec-
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Leona Hatwan of Ferewater. Fin- I
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Miss Annie Hvnd is slowlv re-1
covering after a serious Illness
of three weeks. She is able to be
up a short time each day,
Dorris Duffee, and Mrs. Homer
Baker and daughter, all of The
Greenfield grangers who were
sponsorng the cancer drive in
Boardman are happy to report
$128 collected as of their meet
ing Saturday night.
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