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Heppner Gazette Times, Thursday, June 30, 1949
At lone Elects
Officers For Year
The following officers were
elected at an American Legion
imeetlng June 21: Commander,
Ted Palmateer; vice commander,
I Charles Doherly; Finance officer
land adjutant, Robert De Spain;
Sergeant-at-arms, Floyd Wiles;
chaplain, Kldun Padborg; hislor
ian, James Barnett; executive
i committee, Harry Ring, Robert
Rietmann, Robert Hoskins, Ern
est MeCabe, Ted Palmateer, (.'has.
Doherty and Robert De Spain. '
Mrs. Lee Howell of Heppner
J o ail iujic viflliui rilUdjr UI
last week. Mr. Howell is working
on the Walter Dobyns house.
Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Heliker
and Mr. and Mrs. Lee Howell
jwent fishing at McKay dam Saturday.
Mrs. Dale Ray received word
of the birth of a great grand,
daughter Saturday, June 25. The
parents are Mr. and Mrs. William
Gregory of The Dalles.
Those donating books to the
lone Public Library the past
week were the Soroptimist Club
of Heppner, Mr. and Mrs. John
Bryson and Mr. and Mrs. Paul
O'Meara. Miss Shirlee McGreer
loaned several books.
Misses Patricia Drake and
Ruby Ann Rietmann gave a re
port on their session at Girls'
State at an auxiliary meeting
Motion pictures were shown on
the athletic field Wednesday of
last week and proved to be a
success. Pictures will be shown
A bridal shower was given in
honor of Miss Mary Barnett at
the Legion hall June 22. She re
ceived many lovely and useful
gifts. Cake and coffee were serv
ed fom tables decorated with pink
and white crepe paper, pink can
dies, flowers and little nosegays,
with a center piece holding a mi
niature bride and groom. The
hostesses were Mrs. Lee Petty
john, Mrs. Fred Buchanan, Mrs.
there each Wednesday evening. Robert Hoskins, Mrs. Phil Emert,
Combine Need Welding?
If the Job Won't Come Off
Let US Come to the Job
D. H. Jones & Son
From where I sit ... Joe Marsh
Now I'm Going Back
To High School!
When I saw lights burning in the
High School auditorium last night,
I looked in to see what went on.
About twenty people were listen
ing to Buzz Ellis, the electrician,
talk about television.
I slipped into a back seat and
asked Hap Thomas what was up.
Hap told me it was the new Self
Improvement Club. I stayed to lis
ten and learned a lot. Bmz really
knows his stuff.
Turns out this club meets every
Friday night Each member gives
a talk on the subject he knows most
about. I joined on the spot because
learning new things is one of ruy
From where I sit, it's willingness
to learn from the other person that
makes Americans tolerant towards
so many different viewpoints and
tastes in things. Just because Buti
E'lis goes for chocolate malteda,
while I prefer a mellow glass of
beer, doesn't mean I'm right and
he's wrong. Incidentally, next week
I'm going to talk on how to rua a
Copyright, 1949, United Statu Brtwtrt Foundation
listen -fo a jjuij u
"Naw,l'm no distinguished aloom
nus. 1 just slipped into this disguise
to get a word in edgewise to you guyl
"You've been listening to the hearts
and flowers all about how you are
about to cross the threshold of life. All
about the great opportunity yonder.
"But here's what they didn't tell
you. It's gonna be one aitch of a hard
row to hoe from now on.
"It's okay to tack a sheepskin on
the wall, but what really counts later
on is the green stuff, the do-re-mi. A
diploma can't be hocked for a wed
ding ring, baby shoes, or a cottage in
"And ten years from now, those are
the things that are gonna count. Take
it from a guy who knows. Class of '39.
Before most of us wised up to U.S.
Savings Bonds, worse luck.
"But that's a break made to order
for you guys and gals. Here's a real
opportunity you can sink your teeth
into. A chance to pad your future by
stashing away part of what you have
or make in U.S. Savings Bonds. And
you don't have to be a math major to
know that any deal paying you back
$4 for every $3 after ten years is worth
So tell the world how smart th
class of '49 is. Say it with U.S. Sav
To off alumni: Now is the time to en
rol in the Payroll Savings Plan.
1ft more oorfcnitij m qour future! Invesf m - U.S. Savings Bonds
Heppner Branch, 1st National Bank of Portland
Heppner Lodge No. 69, A. F. & A. M.
Willows Lodge No. 66, I. O. O. F.
Turner, Van Marter & Co. . Star Theater
Heppner Lumber Co. . J. C. Penney Co.
nil h an ofltrln V. S. Trmmrf ndrfrtlntmnt-proptrti imhr mnpk of TVmmi? Dim tiiwir amf AcfrarHafnf Crones'.
Mrs. Jack Healy, Mrs. Lewis Ball,
and Mrs. Ellis Pettyjohn.
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Ware of Oly
mpia, Wash, are visiting at the
home of their daughter, Mrs. Noel
Dobyns. Mr. and Mrs. Ware re
turned from a trip to California.
The Three Links club met at
the Rebekah hall Friday after
noon of last week. For rollcall
each member gave an apron or
a piece of fancy work. Refresh
ments were served by Mrs Lewis
Ball and Mrs. Adon Hamlett.
A. C. Crowell was elected di
rector for three years at the an
nual school election held at Mor
gan. The dstrict plans on pur
chasing a new school bus.
Garland Swanson was unani
mously elected as director for
three years in the lone district
and Mrs. Cleo Drake was appoint
The social meeting of the Topic
club was held at the home of
Mrs. Oscar Lundell Saturday af
ternoon, stating with a dessert
luncheon. Bridge and pinochle
were played. Those winning priz
es were: bridge, high, Mrs. Bert
Mason, low, Mrs. M. E. Cotter;
jack high, Mrs. Georgia Brewster.
Pinochle, high, Mrs. Verner
Troedson; low, Mrs. Sam McMil
lan, and Mrs. Roy Lindstrom 300
pinochle. Hostesses were Mrs.
Charles Carlson, Mrs. Cleo Drake
and Mrs. Lundell. This will be
the last meeting until Septem
Mr. and Mrs. Otto Lindstrom
have purchased the W. R. Went-
worth house. The Wentworths
moved a house from the Honey
ranch south of lone to their prop
erty south of lone and will re
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Linn bought
the Bert Mason house. The Ma
sons purchased a house at Oak
Grove. Mr. and Mrs. Mason re
turned to lone from a visit to
Oak Grove and Portland.
Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Hughes
and daughter Maria visited at
the home of her brother, Pete
Mrs. Edna Yarnell of Eugene
is visiting her daughter, Mrs.
Mrs. Ethel Stewart returned
last week from Portland and
Gearhart where she visited rela
Mrs. Mary Swanson and dau
ghter, Mrs. Elmo McMillan, left
for Salem Sunday. Mr. and Mrs.
Adon Hamlett took them as far
Mr. and Mrs. Otto Lindstrom
are visiting their daughter, Mrs.
Waren Crutcher, near Gresham.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Esteb from
Washington are visiting his bro
ther, Sam Esteb.
Mr. and Mrs. John Martin and
family of Maupin were week-end
visitors at the home of his bro
ther, Frederick Martin. The Fred
erick Martins returned from a trip
last week to Ashland and Bend
where he attended Methodist con
ferences. Mrs. Martin visited rel
atives in Roseburg.
Those attending the Elks pic
nic at the Wightman ranch in the
Blue mountains Sunday from
lone were Mr. and Mrs. Harlan
McCurdy, Mr. and Mrs. Victor
Rietmann, Mr. and Mrs. Werner
Rietmann, Mr. and Mrs. Clifford
McCabe and C. A. Swanson.
Several from here attended the
ball game at Fossil Sunday. lone
lost the game, 8 to 9.
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Conley ol
Miami, Okla. were guests at the
Henry Clark home last week.
Mrs. Conley is a niece of Mr.
Brenda Kay, small daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Hershall Townsend,
is a patient in The Dalles hos
Donald Ball is building a new
Mr. and Mrs. Creston Black
spent the week-end at Vashon
Pastor George Randolph, chap
lain of the Emanuel hospital in
Portland, conducted services at
the Valby Lutheran church in
Gooseberry Sunday. Baptismal
services were held for Leslie Ann
Carlson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Clifford Carlson and for Susan
Kay Hasvold of Heppner. A pot
luck dinner was served aner me
it Mrs. Bob Zerba (Essie Jones)
and her young son.
Mr and Mrs. Charles Pierson
of Berkeley, Calif, visited a few
davs at the W. L. Biann nome
this week. The Piersons were en
route to Chicago where they are
to make their home. Mrs. Pierson
and Mrs. Blann are cousins.
Mrs riiffnrd Poole left Sunday
from Pendleton by plane for New
York. At New York she will board
the plane "Sibeian" for Rome, It
aly where she will meet Mr.
Ponle. The couole will vacation
for a few weeks in Switzerland
and Paris, also other points of
Interest before returning to the
States and home. Mr. Poole has
been employed by the U. S. gov
ernment doing construction work,
and the past 18 months has been
working in Arabia.
Mr. and Mrs. Leo Root motor
Prt to Walla Walla Saturday,
coming back to Athena that same
evening where they spent tne
night with their son Vernon and
Mr. and Mrs. Ray Brown motor
ed in T.a Grande Mondav. Their
daughter and grandson, Katharin
and Reo Dunn, who nad been at
Baker with Mr. and Mrs. Eldon
Wilson, returned home with
Miss Joan Stainbrook of Phoe
nix, Ariz, is spending the sum
mer with her grandparents, Mr.
and Mrs. W. W. Benson at Tom's
Camp and will assist with the
Dale White is a patient In The
The streets are being graded
Stanley Bailey of Arlington
spent the week-end at the Gordon
Miss Lois Howk of Troutdale
is visiting at the Roy Lindstrom
The Ray Barnett and Ralph Al-
drich families are leaving this
week to attend the wedding of
Mary Barnett to Vernon Aune at
Mr. and Mrs. David Ely and
I daughter of Pendleton were vis
itors over the week end at the
Fred Ely home at Morgan. They
just returned from a trip to Bre
Continued o-1 pax Four
2 o'clock p. m.
Thursday, July 7
On Hamlin Lawn, I 1-2 Blocks South of
the Court House in Heppner
Household Furnishings, Including . . .
Three End Tables
Two Dining Room
Davenport and Chair
Two Occasional Chairs
Two Floor Lamps
One Complete Bed
Three Beds and
Other articles too numerous to mention
MRS. EDNA HAMLIN, Owner
Bob Runnion, Auctioneer-Harry Dinges, Clerk
TOMORROW AT 9 A. M.
COME EARLY AND SAVE!
For Clearance !
Just a limited number of discontinued (but
very distinctive) patterns reduced. All made
to sell for far more. And this high quality
will continue to sell at much higher prices.
32 Absolutely First
Every shirt front our regular stock. Every shirt
carries our 1st quality label.
Superb Men's Dress
Every pattern woven in.
Every shirt Sanforized t. . .
all haveJNu-Craft non-wilt
collars. All were made to
sell for much, much morel
Not All Sir.,
Small, Medium and Large
Pastel Shades : : : Long Sleeves
A NEW LOW PRICE!
Young Men's All Wool Worsted
Reduced to $9.90
Medium Brown - Dark Brown - Blue
Sizes 29 to 40
Men's All Wool Hard Finish Twist
Sizes 32 to 42
Blue or Brown