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Heppner Gazette Times, Thursday, September 1, 1949
Briefs of Community
By RUTH F. PAYNE j
Mr. and Mr. Glenn Parson en
ten a i nod the members f the local
fin-M nervloe rrew and puosts at
their home on North Gilmore
itiwt Sunday evening. The mo
vie. "Every Man's Empire," was
ihciwn after which the croup sang
ongs led by Glenn Bassett and
acocmpanlcd by William Davis
on the guitar. Present were Mr.
and Mrs Kenneth Keeling and;
children, Mr. and Mrs. Anson
Rugg and daughter. Mr. and Mrs.'
Whitmer G. Wright and their I
houseguests, Mr. and Mrs. Clay- j
ton Wright of Taeoma. Wash..
Mr. and Mrs. William Davis and,
children, Bill Linseott. Karl E. ;
Tennent, M. Royee Crosby, Har- j
old D. Wright, Glenn A. Bassett,
Arthur L. Jesse Jr., James L'hler
and Miss Connie Ruggles. Re
freshments were served follow
lng the group singing.
Mr. and Mrs. Anson Rugg ex-1
pert to go to The Dalles Saturday j
where he will act as best man
for his brother, Alfred Rugg
whose wedding to Miss Patricia
Wilson of The Dalles will be sol
emnized at 8 p. m at St Paul's
Episcopal church in that city.
Going down from Hermiston for
the ceremony will be Mr. and
Mrs. E. E. Rugg, parents of the
groom, and their son-in-law and
daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Mark
Brown and family.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Rauch en
tertained with a stork shower
Sunday evening at their country
home in the Blackhorse district
complimenting their niece, Mrs.
Gene Purdue of Hermiston, Pres
ent were Mr. and Mrs. Fred
Rauch, Mr. and Mrs. Julian
Rauch, Mr. and Mrs. Dewey Britt,
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Marquardt.
Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph Klinger,
Mrs. Doris Kosher. Mrs. Ray Dol
ven. Mrs. Jack Van Winkle, Mrs.
Albert Ketsch and Mrs. Pine
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Wilkins
departed Wednesday for their
home in Chicago after a visit of
several days here at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Rauch.
Among those attending the
Round up Friday in Pendleton
were Mr. and Mrs. Robert Dobbs
and daughter Shirlee: Crocket
Sprouls and daughter Janet; Mr.
and Mrs. Wayne Lindner. Mr. and
Vrs. Tom Fraters, Mr. and Mrs,
Orrin W. Furlong and son Mich
ael, and Elmer Burnside.
Mrs. Josephine Mahoney was
guest of honor at a birthday lun
cheon for which Mr. and Mrs.. Joe
Gjertson were hosts at their home
in Fendleton Saturday afternoon.
Frank Baker of Stockton, Calif.,
was another guest Following the
luncheon the party motored to
Walla Walla and Bingham
Springs to spend the week-end.
Mrs Allen Case returned Sun
day evening from Portland where
she spent last week attending
buyers market and visiting her
mother, Mrs Ida Grimes. Mrs.
Case reports that her niece Mrs.
John McRoberts. has just return
ed home from Portland Sanitar
ium where she recently under
went a major operation.
Mr. and Mrs. Lee Howell re
turned the last of the week from
Mt. Adams where they spent sev
eral days huckleberrying. Mr.
Howell reports the berries to be
somewhat scarce but that by
careful search they secured en
ough to make the trip worth
while. The Howells also spent
one day last week in The Dalles.
Mrs. W. O. Dix and granddau
ghter. JoJean. departed Sunday
morning for Seattle where JoJean ;
will register in a private board-1
ing school (his year. Mrs Dix will
remain in Seattle for a week af
ter which she will join Mr. Dix
in McMinnville and together they
will go on to the Oregon coast
for a fortnight's vacation.
W. M. Britt of Spray was a bus.
iness visitor in Heppner Monday.
Miss Betty Lou Mover returned
home Friday from Hay, Wash,
where she spent the past month
visiting her aunt. Mrs. Fred Stark.
Accompanying her down were
Mr. Stark and two daughters, Ow
een and Loretta. who visited sev
eral days with J. C Owens and
Mrs. W." Scott Furlong.
Joe Hughes Jr. departed Sun
day for Los Angeles after spend
ng the summer in Heppner. Mr.
Hughes is a senior at Woodbury
college this year. He was taken
to Arlington by his father, Joe
Hughes Sr. and Glenn Bassett
Mr. and Mrs. Scott Brown of
Portland visited briefly in Hepp
ner during the week-end. They
were enroute to the Pendleton
Round-up and stopped in Hepp
ner to see his sisters, Mrs. So
phronia Thompson and Mrs. Lin
Frank W. Turner returned the
last of the week from a visit of
several days to Portland and way
points. He was accompanied by
his grandson, Michael Turner.
They attended the Round up in
Pendleton Friday and Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Schroeder
of Portland were week-end guests
of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Parrish.
While here they attened the
Round-up. On Sunday, Mr. and
Mrs. Fred Parrish and Mr. and
Tacoma were week-end guests of
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Barger. The
young people were recently mar
ried in Texas and were en route
to Tacoma where they will reside.
Usual Run of Livestock
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Mrs. Raymond Parrish accompan
ied the Schroeders to Maryhill,
Wash, for a visit to the museum.
From there the Schroeders con
tinued to Portland.
W. O. Dix, county assessor, and
Mrs. Frances Mitchell, deputy tax
collector, were in La Grande the
first of the week to attend a spe
cial training school for assessors
and collectors. Next week Mr.
Dix will attend the state assess
ors' convention in McMinnville.
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Becket re
turned Sunday from Mt. Adams
where they spent a week huckle
Mr. and Mrs. Don Grady and
children returned Sunday from a
week's vacation at the coast.
Mr. and Mrs. John Karlik and
daughters of Portland who spent
several days here last week with
her father George Gertson, and
Mrs. Gertson, attended the Round
up Friday and from there motor
ed to their home.
Mr. and Mrs Charles Hollings-
worth and two sons of Long
Beach, Calif, arrived Tuesday eve
ning to spend several days in
Heppner with her brother-in-law
and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Joe
Tom Hughes expects to leave
Thursday for McMinnville where
he is a student at Linfield col
lege. A member of the football
team, he is to report early for
Mrs. Margaret Healy has pur
chased the Guy Bacon house on
Hager street. This property for
merly belonged to Jasper Crawford.
Week-end guests of Mr. and
Mrs. Terrel Benge at their coun
try home on upper Rhea creek
were her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
W. E. Smith of Portland. Mrs.
Benge's children, Butch and Jo
anne Reininger, returned to Port
land with their grandparents and
will spend a week there.
Ralph Lee Benge of Condon
came over Tuesday to spend the
remainder of the week with Mr.
and Mrs. Terrel Benge at the
Mr. and Mrs Frank Monahan
are moving into the house on
Gale street recently vacated by
Mr. and Mrs. Nate McBride.
Mr. and Mrs. Cary Hastings and
daughter Clarice and Mr. and
Mrs. Roger Connor attended the
parade and Round-up in Pendle
Construction was started this
week on the REA project on upper
Willow and Hinton creeks, ac
cording to a report by Harold A.
Kenney, acting manager. The
j crews have been working in the
! Condon section but were moved
! over here the last of the week to
begin work in the vicinity of
j Heppner. A wire-stringing crew
will begin work at lone next
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hodge
and son Johnny and Mrs. John
Hiatt motored to Portland Mon-
Tom Wilson attended a soil
conservation meeting in Pendle
Mr. and Mrs. Ted Pierson mo
tored to Hermiston Sunday to vis
it his brother Frank Pierson and
Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Gilliam mo
tored to Hermiston Sunday to
spend the day with their son, Rev.
Mr. and Mrs. James Barratt and
daughter returned to their home
in Corvallis Monday evening af
ter a 10-day stay in Heppner with
relatives. They were accompan
ied as far as Portland by Mr. and
Mrs. Lawrence Becket and son
Miss Darlene Moore has return,
ed to her home in Monument af
ter spending the past week here
with her grandparents, Mr. and
Mrs. Add Moore.
Plans are being made by the
Degree of Honor for a bazaar and
food sale, accordng to an an
nouncement by Mrs. A R. Sham
blyn, chairman of the committee
in charge of arrangements.
Week end guests of Mr. and
Mrs Floyd Tolleson were their
son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and
Mrs. Floyd Tolleson Jr., who were
enroute to Spokane after spend
ing the summer in Los Angeles
where he attended the summer
session at USC. Mr. Tolleson is
an instructor at Washington
State college, this being his sec
ond year in that capacity.
Miss Lela Tolleson has resign
ed her position as nurse at the
veterans hospital in Walla Walla
and is on a vacation trip to Iowa
and Oklahoma. Upon her return
late in the fall she expects to
enter the University of Washing
ton to complete her work for a
Mr. and Mrs. Oscar George and
sons, Kit and David, are spend
ing a few days this week at Leh
Mrs. Kdwin Dick and daughter
Erin spent Tuesday in Pendleton.
Mr. and Mrs. Paul McCoy and
children motored to Milton Sun
day to spend the day visiting
friends and relatives.
Mrs. Arthur Peck and children
of Pendleton are spending this
week here with Mr. Peck, electri
cian at the Heppner Appliance
Mr. and Mrs N. D. Bailey have
returned from Elgin where they
visited last week with their dau
ghter, Mrs. Jack Parsons and
Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Wise and
daughter Darlene were called to i
Portland the first of the week by
the death of his brother. Ray
JVIse. The deceased was well
known in Heppner having at one
time operated a bakery In the
A. A. Scouten made a business
trip to Condon Tuesday,
Mr. and Mrs. John Barger of
Mrs. Gertrude Applegate left
Saturday afternoon for a vaca
tion in California. In San Jose
she will visit her sister, Helen
Doherty and in San Francisco
!..,iiv. .ndhir cictr Urs F.H Thor. la visit here with their parents..
eson. and Mr. Thoreson. She went I Business visitors from Grant
as far as Portland with Mr. and
Mrs. Robert Runnion Jr., who
were returning to their home after
county the first of the week were
Chris Hamilton of John Day and
Howard Swick of Monument.
r. Gil EG
If YOUR CHEST TODAY!
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p f have not had a chest X-ray in ,
& the past year '
the past year
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V who had TB K
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