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Heppner Gazette Times, Heppner, Ore., March 31, 1949
4-H Club leader
r oses lone P-IA
i Young People
By Echo Palmateer
A. McCabe, 4-H club
r i"r( Ived (he following let.
oi Miss Esther Takesrud,
t !I club apent who visited
-rvnntly: "As I have been
' '"ck over our series of
;t conferences, one of
'"''M'chls was the evening
nt lone. You had
it'ii sucli an excellent pro
and I i-.m sure that it ac
li ..lied much In the interest
f ' !
1 club work. Your commun-
I rr ud of its young
... . -7 Zu .iay
Hnce Per Plate
All Other Meals
YAH te Lower
Due to Lower Meat Prices
A lot depends on clothes, for ap-'
pearance contributes to self-confidence,
success, and happiness.
Make the most of your wardrobe
by sending your garments to us
regularly for cleaning. They'll
rr longer, look better and -;
io:t important -you'll feel better
-frlng them. Telephone 925 for
Morrow County Grain Growers, Inc.
Heppner Lexington lone
people and of its Parent -Teacher
organization. It is one of the fin
est I have visited. My very best
wishes to you and your 4-H club
work in 1949."
DATES TO REMEMBER
April 1 Demonstration "Light
ing in the Home" at the Congre
gational church from 2 p.m. to
April 5 Legion and auxiliary
April S Eastern Star social
club at the home of Mrs. E. M.
April 7 Regular meeting Of
April 8 Study meeting of Top
i" club at the home of Mrs. Sam
McMillan at Lexington. Each
member is to donate a book to
The high school volleyball
girls won the trophy for first
place in the tournament at Fossil
Saturday. They won from Her
miston, Spray and Fossil. Several
from here accompanied the girls.
Mr. and Mrs. John Botts and
family of Morgan attended the
funeral of Mrs. Botts' father,
''Inrenee O. Obert, of Milton-
cwpter Thursday of last week.
It went like this at the Hooper's
the other night. Hap's eighteen-year-old
daughter is talking about
"a real gone guy solid out of this
world, but dcf."
"Now what kind of language is
that?" Hap barks. "Can't she speak
"I'll translate it for you," Ma
Hooper says, "in the language of
the twenties, when you were about
twenty years old. She simply means
this fellow is the 'cat's whiskers.'
Remember how ire used to talk
sometimes?" Hap went back to
reading his newspaper.
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Mr. Obert died In the hospital
at Pendleton March 22. He was
a former resident of lone. Among
his survivors, besides Mrs. John
Botts, are Mrs. Robert Botts of
Ordnance and Roy Obert of Port
land, also children.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hoover
and family of Pendleton spent
Sunday at the E. M. Baker home.
Mrs. Hoover and Mrs. Baker are
sisters. Mr. Hoover is recovering
from an accidental revolver shot
in the hip a year ago.
Miss Maxine Ely and Eldon
Lilly of Boardman and students
at E.O.C.E., spent Friday eve
ning with her grandparents, Mr.
and Mrs. H. O. Ely. They also at
tended the Worden - Knighten
wedding at Heppner where Mr.
Lilly was best man.
New books received at the lone
public library are "Running of
the Tide" by Forbes; "Master of
The Girl Pat," Dodd Osborne;
"There I Stood With My Piccolo,"
Willson; 'The Chain," Wellma'n;
"Cheaper by the Dozen," Gll
breth; 'This Is My Son," Kelland;
'The Big Fisherman," Douglas;
"After Midnight," Albrand; "Jul
ia and the White House," Mc
Cadea; 'Tick Tock and Jim," Ro
bertson; "Watch for A Tall White
I sit ... Joe Marsh
From where I tit, it's easy to
criticize the other person whn we
don't take a good long look at our
selves. Sure, there'll always be
some differences. I'm fond of a
temperate glass of beer and maybe
you would prefer ginger ale but
' let's Just live and let live. Because
when we go out of our way to find
things to find fault with in others,
chances are they can find a few in
1949, United States Brewers Foundation
Sail," Bele; "Horse Called Pete,"
I Balk; 'Tony Farm," Brown;
"Flowers for Mother," Evans;
"Story of Madame Hen and Hor
Mrs. Lana Padberg is visiting;
relatives In Portland.
Earl Padberg of La Grande
spent Friday of last week at the
John Bryson home and also vis
ited his father, L. J. Padberg. Earl
runs a filling station at La
Grande. Robert Drake, student s
E.O.C.E., helped there during
Those going skiing at Tollgate
Sunday were Bobby and Billy
Rietmann, Gene Rietmann, Joel
Engelman, Robert Jepsen, Donald
Peterson, Delmar Crawford, Miss
Francine Ely and Mr. and Mrs.
Donald Peterson, student at
Oregon State, spent the spring
vacation with his parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Oscar Peterson
The social meeting of the Top
ic club met at the home of Mrs.
Verner Troedson Saturday after
noon and played bridge and pin
ochle. Those wining prizes were,
bridge, high, Mrs. Bert Mason;
low, Mrs. Alfred Shirley; pino
chle, high, Mrs. John Ransier;
low, Mrs. Sam McMillan. Re
freshments were served by Mrs.
Troedson, Mrs. Elmer Griffith
and Mrs. Noel Dobyns.
The Three Links club met at
the Rebekah hall Friday after
noon, March 25, with Mrs. Paul
Pettyjohn and Mrs. Wallace Mat
thews as hostesses. Installation
of officers was held during the
business meeting. Refreshments
were served from a table decor
ated in daffodils and pink car
nations. The second day of the cotton
dress work shop was held at the
grange hall Wednesday of last
week. The last meeting will be
held March 31 when the dresses
will be completed.
A birthday party was held after
the regular meeting of the East
ern Star Tuesday evening of last
week. Those present having birth
days the past three months were
Mrs. E. M. Baker, Mrs. Wm. See
hafer, Mrs. Sam McMillan, Mrs.
Ella Davidson, Mrs. James Lind
say, B. C. Forsythe, George Ely
and Ernest Lundell. Cake, jello
and coffee were served from a
table decorated with daffodils.
The hostesses were Mrs. Mary
Swanson, Mrs. Bert Mason and
Mrs. Sam Esteb.
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Buschke were
in The Dalles Sunday where they
visited M. E. Cotter and Mrs.
Larry Fletcher at The Dalles hos
pital and Mrs. Clara Kincaid
t who is staying at the home of
i her brother, Jesse Mason.
Mr. and Mrs. John Proudfoot
are the parents of a daughter
born March 24 at The Dalles.
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Dobyns
are visiting relatives in Portland.
Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Normoyle
I and children of Portland were
j lone visitors over the week end.
A large crowd attended the wo
man's missionary society at the
home of Leonard Carlson Sunday
afternoon. A pre-Easter program
was given. Mrs. Oscar Peterson
and Henry Baker sang a duet, a
piano solo by Karen Lundell, and
Henry Baker gave a very inter -I
esting account of their trip to the
Hawaiian islands this winter. A
potluck dinner was served after
I Mr. and Mrs. Ray Drake of
I Heppner visited at the Geo Dra"ke
the missionary meeting at Leo
Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Carlson
and daughter Leslie spent the
week end in Portland and Eu
gene. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Heliker
and son Eugene, accompanied by
Mrs. Heliker's mother and sis
ter, Mrs. John Denslinger and
Mrs.'Earl Baldwin of The Dalles,
attended the wedding March 19
at Dishman, Wash., near Spokane
of Miss Donna Roberts, a cousin
of Mrs. Heliker, and Wm. Nelson.
Mr. Heliker sang at the wedding.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert DeSpain
movea into the White apartments
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Buchanan
were Portland visitors one day
Mrs. Gordon White and chil
dren are visiting her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Oscar Sniffer, at Forest
Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Mat
thews and Mrs. Ernest McCabe
were visitors at The Dalles Mon
day. Garland Wright of Baker visit
ed relatives here over the week
end. He is the grandson of Mrs.
The DeMolay boys went to a
meeting at Condon Monday eve
ning. The auxliary of the American
Legion will hold a food sale on
Mrs. Herbert Ekstrom and son
Rolland are visting in Portland.
It is reported that L. L. How
ton of Lexington has purchased
the John Ballentyne farm.
Gordon White and Roy Lind
Strom attended the funeral ser
vices of M. E. Harris at Condon
Saturday. Mr. Harris was a for
mer district sales manager for
Weather to the Contrary
It's Time to Get Your
Fine Bulbs from
10c to $1.00
Special! 12 bulbs to a sack
Mary Van's Flower Shop
New Home Electric Sewing
Have Reverse Features for Tying Off
Seams at Edge of Cloth
Will Sew Across Basting Pins without
Damage to Needle or Feed
Two Models on $ I Q
the Standard Oil company and
.was well known here.
I The Archer-Daniels Co. is
building an addition to their
grain elevator here in town. It
will hold 100,000 bushels of
wheat. The elevator will be fin
ished by harvest.
I The next P-TA meeting will be
held April 18. Mr. and Mrs. Gar
iland Swanson will show their
moving pictures at this time and
; there will also be open nouse.
Of interest to friends and ac
i quaintances in Morrow county of
Rev. W. W. Head, minister of the
Congregational church in lone for
! several years, was the observ
ance of the golden wedding anni
versary of Mr. and Mrs. Head.
Members of the immediate
i family gathered at the Head res
idence in Cathlamet, wash., last
Sunday in honor of the occasion.
Seated at the table for dinner
and cutting of the huge gold dec
orated cake were the following
members of the immediate fam
ily and relatives.
Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Head, Al
den Head, Auburn, Wash., bro
ther of Rev. Head and best man
at the wedding fifty years ago;
Mr. and Mrs. John A. Head, Cath
lamet, Wash., and son, John Ben
son Jr., daughter Marilyn; Mr.
and Mrs. Dewey Laughlin, Kelso,
Wash., and daughter, Peggy
Jean; Mr. and Mrs. Carl Linn,
'lone, and daughter Leeta; Mr.
and Mrs. David Head, Astoria,
and sons Tommy and Danny, and
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daughter Sharon; Miss Marybel
Thomson, Astoria; Mr. and Mrs.
W. Daniel Head, The Dalles, Mrs.
Cole Smith. The Dalles; Mr. and
Mrs. Kenneth Akers, Boardman,
and Mrs. John Benson, Cathlamet.
During the afternoon and eve
ning gusets were entertained by
group singing and two impromp
tu plays, one by the sons and
sons-in-law and one by the
daughters and daughters-n-law.
In further observance of the
day open house was held on Mon
day, March 28, at the Head resi
dence so that the many friends
of Rev. and Mrs. Head might
have an opportunity to call and
extend their good wishes.
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the proud parents, is the first
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ranch since Ralph Justus made
jhis debut into the world, and If
our wires are not crossed, that
was sometime between the Civil
war and the Spanish American
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will meet at the Heppner Phntu
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