Heppner gazette-times. (Heppner, Or.) 1925-current, June 17, 1948, Page 3, Image 3

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    Fred Jay Nichoson
Laid To Rest At
lone Monday P. M.
By Echo Palmateer
Funeral services were held for
Fred Jay Nichoson Monday, June
14, at the Cooperative church
with Rev. Alfred Shirley officiat
ing. Mrs. Lucy Peterson of Hepp.
ner and Mrs. Paul Pettyjohn, ac
companied by Mrs. Cleo Drake,
sang "In A Garden" and "Beau
tiful Isle of Somewhere." The
pallbearers were Plain va7 Coi
Pettyjohn, Omar Rletmann, David
Kieimann, fred Buchanan and
Norton Lundell. The Phelps Fu
neral home of Heppner had
charge of arrangements. Inter
ment was In the Petteys ceme
tery near lone. Graveside ser
vices were under the auspices of
the American Legion.
Mr. Nichoson was born In Spo
kane, Wash., Oct. 12, 1889, and
died June 12. He is survived by
his wife, Edith, and daughter, Al
ice, several nieces and nephews,
and a host of friends. He was
married to Edith Petteys March
4, 1925 at Heppner.
Relatives attending the funer
al of Fred Nichoson from a dis
tance were Mr. and Mrs. Ezra
Snabel and James Stierwalt of
Spray. Mr. Snabel is a cousin of
Mr. Nichoson. Also attending
were Gilbert Petteys and George
Ganger of Pendleton, Mrs. Jalmer
Koski of Vashon, Wash., Mrs. Ted
Hall and George Newton of South
Bend, Wash., and Mr. and Mrs.
John Turner of Baker.
June 18 HEC of Willows
grange meeting at the hall with
dinner at noon.
June 19 Regular grange meet
ing at 8 p.m.
June 20 Annual school meet
ing. June 25 Three Links club
Mrs. Etta Brlstow and grand
son, Donald Brlstow, are visiting
relatives in Walla Walla.
, A public meeting was held on
Sunday afternoon In the Legion
hall for the purpose of discuss
ing the improvement on the cem
etery road. The following com
mittees were appointed: finance,
Omar Rletmann, A. C. Swanson
and Walter Dobyns; surveying,
W. R. Wentworth and Carl Linn.
Clarence Linn of Oregon City,
Allen Howk of Troutdale were
lone visitors last week.
P. J. Linn stated that he! at
tended graduation at Oregon
State college where he had two
grandchildren graduate, June
Griffith and Allen Howk. He also
did considerable traveling In the
Willamette valley.
Among college students return
ing home were Alton Yarnell and
Matt Doherty from University of
Washington, Shirley Smouse and
Barbara Smith from the Univer
sity of Oregon, Thomas Doherty
from Oregon State college, and
Charles White from Pacific uni
versity. lone turned up their clocks to
daylight saving time Sunday
night. The business places, Sun
day school, churches, etc., will
go by this time.
A rodeo outfit on their way to
Sheridan from Condon fed and
watered two truckloads of Brah
ma bulls and two truckloads of
Avoid Annoyance And Discomfort
due to a clogged septic tank or cesspool.
I have purchased a tank pump and am in
position to give prompt, efficient service.
Phone 702
Wedding Photos
Heppner Photo Studio
Phone 2772
horses here In the corrals Sun
Msr. Anne " Smouse who has
been living at Eugene returned
to lone Saturday to spend the
summer. j
lone lost to Heppner In a base
ball game Sunday, 6-10. They
played on the Lexington field,
Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Cotter are
visiting relatives in Minnesota.
Mrs. W. R. Wentworth and sons
are visiting in California
Charles White left for Portland
Sunday to spend a few days.
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Martin
and sons of Pendleton and Lowell
Clark of Ordnance spent the week
end at the Henry Clark home.
Those leaving Tuesday to at
tend the 4-H club summer school
at Corvallis were Patricia and
Delores Drake, Jane Seehafer, In
grid Hermann, Lola Ann McCabe
Ruby Ann Rletmann, Carletta Ol
den, Ronald Baker, Louis Carl
son. Mrs. Algott Lundell left Sun
day for La Grande where she
will attend summer school. Mr.
Lundell and Kenneth Lnudell
took her over.
Mrs. Fannie Griffith and son
George attended the graduation
exercises at O.S.C. at Corvallis
last week where their daughter
and sister graduated. Others who
graduated that formerly lived
here were Allen Howk, Van Riet
mann and Gene Empey. Patricia
Crutcher, granddaughter of Mr.
and Mrs. O. E. Lundell, also grad
uated. Reginald, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Alfred Shirley, graduated from
the University of Oregon.
lone folks got their share of
prizes at the amateur talent
show in Heppner Thursday eve
ning of last week. Mrs. Franklin
Ely guessed the right name for
the mystery man, who was Ed
mond Gonty. Robert Peterson won
the door prize, and Delight Biddle
won second prize for her singing.
Mrs. Addie Salter received
word last week of the death of
her brother, Al Dodge, of Bagley,
Calif. He was drowned in a row
boat in the Merced river May 27.
The body had not been recovered.
Mr. Dodge lived in lone a few
years ago.
Mrs. Omar Rietmann and Mrs.
Sam McMillan and Mrs. Wm. See
hafer left for Portland Monday
morning where they will attend
grand chapter of the Eastern
Star. Mrs. Agnes Wilcox accom
panied them.
P. J. Linn returned last week
from a trip to Troutdale and Ver
nonia where he visited his chil
dren. The Maranathas met at the
Smouse home Wednesday, June
9, with Mrs. Kenneth Smouse and
Mrs. Ralph Crum as hostesses.
The club voted to give $10 to the
Red Cross and $10 to the Salva
tion Army to be used for the
flood victims.
George and Fred Ely left Mon
day morning for Salem and Coos
Bay where they will visit rela
tives. Miss Barbara Warren of Hepp
ner spent the week end with Miss
Dorothy Dobyns.
Miss Lois Howk of Troutdale
is spending the summer with her
cousin, Mrs. Roy Llndstrom.
The Daily Vacation Bible school
at the Cooperative church ended
Friday, June 11, with a picnic at
the E. M. Baker home. A pro
gram was held at the church Sun
day evening when the classes
gave demonstrations and reviews
of the work done In the school.
Exhibits of handiwork were also
on display. The teachers helping
with the work were Mrs. Matthew
Ball, Mrs. Ray Barnett, Mrs. Fred
Buchanan, Mrs. Omar Rietmann
and Mrs. E. M. Baker.
Mrs. Ida Coleman and daugh
ters, Sue and Annabelle, and Mrs.
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Telephone Company
Seeks Increased
Rates In Oregon
The Pacific Telephone and Tel
egraph company Thursday filed
with the Public Utilities Commis
sioner of Oregon new schedules
providing for a general state
wide increase In rates.
"If the people we serve in Ore
gon are to have the amount and
kind of telephone service they
,are demanding and should be
furnished," declared F. D. Tell
wright, vice president and gener
al manager for Oregon, "we must
have enough price relief to meet
current wages and costs and to
keep our credit sound.
Our present intrastate earnings
in Oregon, which include the rate
revisions granted last January,
are rapidly approaching tha van
ishing point.
"Between now and the end of
next year the company should
spend $26,500,000 to enlarge and
Improve the telephone system in
Oregon. To do this we must go
to investors for money. Investors
are alike in one thing they put
their dollars where they can ex
pect safety and a fair return."
In general, the filing by the
company would increase one
party residence service $1.00 per
month; two-party residence, 75c
per month and four-party resi
dence and suburban service, 50c
per month. No change is propos
ed in present farmer line rates.
Business rates would be increas
ed $3.50 for one-party and $3.00
for two-party in Portland, and
$2.50 for one-party and $2.00 for
two-party elsewhere throug hou t
Elwood Brown, Mrs. Coleman's
sister from Perham, Minn., are
spending a week in Portland
where they took in the rose fes
tival and visited Mrs. Coleman's
daughters, Mrs. Rodney Craw
ford Jr. of Portland and Mrs. Jack
Healy of Rockaway.
Heppner Gazette Times, Heppner, Oregon, June 17, 1948-3
I the state. There also would be
increases in certain steps on the
present intrastate long distance
schedules, Including an increase
to 10c on all present 5c long dis
tance routes.
In all, it was said, the increase
would total on a current annual
basis about $5,500,000, or, per
centagewise, an average increase
of only 26 12 percent over the
company's present intrastate re
venues. This $5,500,000 figure
would net the company, after fed
eral taxes, etc., $3,311,000.
According to Oregon law, the
filing made by the company
would become effective in 30
days, unless suspended by the
Public Utilities Commissioner.
who then would call hearings and
issue an order within six months.
Your Sunday
Dinner Problem
Is Solved
Drive down to the
Vcitory Cafe at lone
and eat a wholesome
your choice from the
Good Food
Courteous Service
Tou are always welcome
at the
Victory Cafe
Roy and Betty Lieuallen
lone, Oregon
Henry Simmons, editor and
publisher of the Fossil Journal,
paid the Gazette Times office a
brief visit Tuesday morning en
route from his home town to Ida
ho for a vacation, which Mrs.
Simmons Is sharing with him.
Mr. Simmons is recovering from
an illness which kept him away
from his accustomed place in the
Journal office several months. He
said the storms in that section
had all but isolated Fossil for a
few days but that highway com
munication was about cleared up.
Visitors in Heppner for a short
time Tuesday were Mrs. Charles
Trowbridge and Mrs Sonny Ture
man of John Day who drove over
to get Mrs. Tureman's little son
who spent a week here with his
uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs.
Jack Loyd. The ladles drove on
to Pendleton from here, expecting
to return to John Day Tuesday
evening. Mrs. Trowbrlde is Mrs.
Tureman's and Mrs. Lord's mother.
Mrs. La Verne Van Marter spent
Thursdayhopping In Pendleton.
Kerosene Refrigeration
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Also a complete Line of RANGES and
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