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Heppner Gazette Times, Heppner, Oregon, Dec. 16, 1948
Nuptials Event of
By Echo Palmateer
Miss Laurel Ann Palmateer,
daughter of Mrs. Echo Palmateer,
became the bride ot Mr. Pele
Cannon, son of Mrs. Ada Cannon
of Heppner, at a double ring cer
emony Sunday afternoon, De
cember 12 in the Cooperative
Church of lone, with Rev. Alfred
Shirley officiating. The church
was decorated with white chrys
anthemums and candles. The
bride, given in marriage by her
brother, Ted Palmateer, wore a
white slipper satin gown with a
full train. It was trimmed in seed
pearls with a sweetheart neck
line. She wore a net fingertip
veil that fell from a seed pearl
headdress. She carried a white
Bible with a white orchid and
Mrs. Ernest McCabe, the ma-'
and His Orchestra
Sat. Evening, Dec. 25
LEGION HALL lone
tron of honor, wore a dress (jr
gold taffeta. The bridesmaids,
'Mik:a Virion. Mfrcf;i n fif P(irtl:in1
and Miss Krancine Ely, both cou
sins of the bride, wore light green
taffeta dresses. All three carried
old fashioned nosegays. Little
Linda Halvorsen, wearing net ov
er blue taffeta, was flower girl
and Bobby Alters, cousin of the
bride, was the ring bearer. Ernesi
I McCabe was best man and Del
mar Crawford and Rodney Craw
ford Jr. of Portland were ushers
Mrs. C. C. Dunham of Heppner
sang "O, Promise Me" and "Ee
cause," accompanied by Mrs.
Cleo Drake, who also played the
A reception was held at the
American Legion hall following
the wedding. The bridal tabl:
was decorated with pink and
white chrysanthemum:; am1
white candles. Mrs. Hazel Beers
of Eagle Creek cut and served
the cake and Mrs. H. O. Ely pour
ed. Both are aunts of the hride
Mrs. Robert DeSpain presided a!
the punch bowl. Others assisting
were Mrs. John Eubanks, Mrs
Wallace Matthews, Mrs. Berl Ak
ers, Mrs. Victor Rielmann, Mrs,
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Mrs. Dunham sang two solos
at the reception. She was accom
panied by Mrs. Drake.
The newlyweds are both grad
uates of the lone schools. They
li il on a short honeymoon to the
coast, after which they will make
their home in lone.
For going away the bride wore
a wine suit with gray accessories
. nd the while orchid.
DATES TO REMEMBER
Dec. 17 HEC meoiing at the
grange hall with potluck dinne
Dec. 18 Regular grange meet
ing with program and Christmas
Dec. 18 Arneca club at Legion
Dec. 23 Community Christmas
program and tree at the school
Dec. 2!5 Dance at Legion hall.
Ralph Akers, small son of Mr.
and Mrs. Wilbur Akers, fell ;:t the
school Monday and injured his
head. He was taken to a physi
cian and is now improving.
Mrs. Marion Palmer was elect
ed president, Mrs. Earl McKinney
vice president, and Mrs. Wallace
Matthews secretary-treasurer at
a JVlaranatha meeting at Mrs. G.
Hermann's Wednesday, Decem
ber 8. A potluck dinner was held
at noon and gifts were exchang
ed and popcorn balls, candy and
punch were served in the after
noon. The club sent a CARE, gift
Carl Troedson purchased a new
Nash Airflyte brougham sedan.
G. M. Jannsen, well driller of
this vicinity, has completed a
new well for Carl Troedson at
the depth of 550 feet with an
abundant flow of water. Mr.
Jannsen is now drilling a well
for M. J. Fitzpatrick. This is Mr.
Jannsen's 23rd well in Morrow
county since coming here 13
months ago. The drill oneratcd
21 hours, three 8-hour shifts.
Visitors at the Artie Jackson
home over the week end were
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Buchanan and
Mr. and Mrs. Grant Buchanan
and son from Salem.
Arthur Bergstrom of Portland
university spent the week end
with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ed
A. Bergevin of Seattle was a
visitor at the Louis Bergevin
home last week.
Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Wood of
Portland were visitors at the Lani
Padbers home over the week end
They were on their way to Long
Beach, Ca! to visit their daugh
ter. Little Bobbv Lee DeSpain. 18
months old son of Mr. and Mrs.
Robert DeSpain, was taken to the
St. Anthony's hospital in Pendle.
ton last week due to a badly
injured hand which was cut by
pushing the glass out of a win
dow. His little finger received a
very bad cm.
Sandra Eubanks, small daugh
ter of Mr. and Mrs. John Eu
banks, cut the palm of her hand
on a glass candy dish. She was
taken to Heppner to a physician
hut no stitches were required.
Lyle Kincaid, son of Mrs. Frank
Nichols, expects to leave flood
Samaritaon hospital in Portland
in a few days.
The lone P-TA held a meeting
December 8 at the school house.
Plans were made and committees
anoointed for the Christmas tree
and program to he held December
23 at the school. After the bus
iness meeting Christmas carols
were suiiet. led bv Mrs. M M'kh. in
Baker, accompanied by Mrs. Cleo
Dreke. Rev. Allred Shirley gave a
talk on the meaning of Christ
mas. Refreshments were served
in the lunch room, which was
beautifully decorated with Christ
mas candies, by Mrs. Victor Riet-
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Bodies Must Act
On Retail License
All licensees of the Oregon Li
quor Control commission holding
retail licenses were reminded to
day by William H. Hammond, ad
ministrator, that approval of the
local governing body having jur
isdiction over their area is neces
sary before a license renewal is
granted for 1949. In the case of
those operations within incorpor
ated cities, such approval would
come from the city council, in
areas outside of incorporated cit
ies, the endorsement would come
from the county court.
The approval policy merely re-
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Cleo Drake and Mrs. Franklin
Word was received of the death
of Mrs. Etta Bristow's mother.
Mrs. Frank Lansing, at Walla
Walla, Saturday night. The fun
eral will be held there Wednes
day. The study meeting of the Topic
club was held at the home of Mrs.
Victor Rietmann Friday, Dec. 10.
Christmas stories were revievvei'
by Mrs. Noel Dobyns and Mrs
Bert Mason. Refreshments we re
served by the hostesses, Mrs
Dobyns, Mrs. Mason and Mrs.
Miracle Maid kitchen utensil
dinners were served last week at
the Sam Estebs', Herbert Ek-
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Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Lundell and
Miss Mary Lund were Hermiston
visitors Saturday of last week.
Pendleton visitors Jast week
were Mrs. Darrell Padherg, Mrs.
Raymond Lundell, Mrs. Milton
Morgan, Mrs. Edmond Eristow,
Mrs. Ernesi McCabe and Mrs.
Mrs. Ray Heimbigner enter
tained at a dinner Friday eve
ning of last week. About 24 were
present. She was assisted by Mrs.
Donald Heliker, Mrs. Darrell Pad-
berg and Mrs. Lloyd Rice.
affirms a consistent policy of the
j commission requiring written ap
iproval of local authorities for all
licenses based on authority given
the commission by the Oregon li
quor control laws. The ruling has
been stated several times in the
past year and was specifically
outlined again at the meeting til
December 2, 1948 with reference
to 1949 renewals.
! In the case of certain govern
mental bodes in various parts of
the state, a form of endorsement
has been devised which does no:
constitute a clear cut recommen
dation. These approvals have
sought to word the assent in such
!a way as! to not actually recom
mend the outlet, but rather to
convey information to the effect
I that the governmental unit has
encountered no objection to the
, issuance of a license. Such an
endorsement is inadequate in the
eyes of the commission due to
ithe fact that the law spcifieally
refers to a "recommendation in
; writing." Such a statement ac
cordingly, would not justify the
issuance of a license renewal for
j The policy of requiring local
endorsement of all license appii-
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