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Heppner Gazette Times, Thursday, November 3, 1949
At Monument Draws S.;
Calif, and Mr. and Mrs. I Mrs. Audrey Stoneman, who has j ning of last week. The association . home of her parents,, Mr.
and family of Fox vis-1 announced she will wed John I now has t9 members. A postcard ; Mrs. fred Ely at Morgan.
Mr. and Mis. Homer Williams
and daughtPis Joyce and Linda
Sue of K ho spent the week-end
with Mrs. Williams' parents. Mr.
and Mrs C. N. Wilson. They were
aeeompanied by Mr. and Mrs.
Haymond Atteliury of Heppner.
They all enjoyed the Hallowe'en
dnnee snsored by the high
Mr. Cookson of New Zealand is
visiting fiends in Monument this
Mrs. Ret a King and sen Earl
Frank visited at the home of her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Bar
Mrs. Ellen Stubblefield and son
Norris were visiting relatives and
attending to matters of business
in John Day, Friday. I
Dr. W. H. Broder of Portland!
visited his cousins. Mrs. Ella
Durst and Mrs. Ivy Barnard last
week. While here the doctor en
joyed some bird hunting.
Jim Brown, agent for Barnum
Tool company, was an overnight
guest of Mr. and Mrs. Lee Flem
ing Tuesday night
Mr. and Mrs. Bobbins are the
proud parents of a baby girl born
October 22. Mrs. Rohbins will be
remembered by her many friends
friends here as Betty Cork. The
maternal great grandmother is
Mrs. Anna Lesley.
Mrs. Mary Lee Lesley took her
infant son to John Day Tuesday
for medical aid.
Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Record of
d at the home of Mrs. Loasoy's Randall th
r i:ov bowman mesnay mere were
ord is with the
Oii.in link of Kcnnewick,
.ml Allot Fleming of Alaska are
hunting in this vicinity. M.S.
Fleming and children are visit-
ing relatives during their stay.
! Mrs. Daisy Simas went to John
lVi with her daughter, Mrs. Jean
rvvoro. Sunday to consult her
doctor. Mrs. Simas is suffering
jvr.h the flu.
, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Throop of
jD.iyville visited their son-in-law
and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Boyd
I Mr. and Mrs. Robert Swick of
Spray are the parents of a baby
! boy born at the Blue Mountain
hospital last week. The proud pa
Mernal grandparents are Mr. and
lMrs. Howard Swick.
j Mr. and Mrs. Bill Settle were
business visitors In Portland this
week. Mrs. La Verda Cox helped
in the store while they were gone.
They returned Friday.
Mr. and Mrs. Willard Gilman
and Mrs. Carl Cox drove to Burnst
Wednesday to get a span of
mules which Gilman had pur
chased. Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Devore
of Roseburg spent several days
visting Mrs. Devore's mother, Mrs.
Daisy Simas, her brother and
wife, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Simas and
her sister and husband, Mr. and
Mrs. Ivan Enright.
Mr. and Mrs. George Williams
of Hermiston were overnight
guests of Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Vin
! cent. They enjoyed the Hallow
i e'en dance Saturday.
Mrs. Betty Simas and Mrs. Ma
I ry Lee Lesley were hostesses to
1 a" lovelv bridal shower, honoring
first of November.
12 guests present.
Mrs. Stoneman received many
beautiful and useful gifts. She
has the best wishes of her many
friends in Monument. After play
ing a guessing game, the hostes
ses served reiresnments oi jeiio,
cookies, cocoa and tea.
Stanley Boyor drove to The Dal
les last week to meet his mother,
Mrs. Nora Boyer. He was accom
panied bv Miss Darlene Moore
and Jack Sweek. Jack went on to
Portland by bus and from there
will go to Klamath Falls where
he will enter Oregon Tech at Or
tex. He will enter the school un
der the GI bill.
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Bowman and
daughters visited at the home of
Mr. Bowman's sister, Mrs. Mary
Leasey, in Fox last Saturday.
Tim Lovgren and Haskell Hob
by drove to Heppner Saturday
where Lovgren consulted his doc
tor concerning an infected ear.
Mr. and Mrs. Ned Sweek and
son of Heppner spent the week
end in Monument,
Larrv Holmes has been on tne
sick list for the past week. It was
necessarv for his mother, Mrs
Helen Holmes, to take him to
John Day Tuesday so he might
be near medical aid. Larry was
suffering from a throat infection.
Observe 50 Years
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Mr. and Mrs. Otto E. Lindstrom
celebrated their golden wedding
I anniversary with open house at
their home Saturday afternoon.
Ninety-five friends and relatives
called on them, mey were mar
rli-ri at the Lutheran church in
Gooseberry. Their attendants,
Mis. Mary Swanson, Ernest Lun
dell and Alfred Troedson were
present Saturday. Mrs. Oscar Lun
dell served the three-tiered white
wedding cake trimmed in gold
with the number "50" on the top.
Mrs. E. R. Lundell and Mrs. Mary
Swanson poured from a table de
corated with yellow "mums" and
gold candles. Mrs. Adon Hamlett
had rharse of the guest book.
j Others assisting about the rooms
were Mrs. Warren .Crutcher ana
Mrs. Frank Helena, daughters of
the Lindstroms and Mrs. Albert
Lindstrom, Mrs. Franklin Lind
strom and Mrs. Roy Lindstrom,
daughters-in-law. A turkey din
ner was servied that evening to
the immediate family at the
Franklin Lindstrom home, after
ii-VoVh thev enioved movies at
the Garland Swanson home. They
received many lovely gifts and
cards. Mr. and Mrs. Lindstrom
were both born in Sweden and
came to Oregon while young.
They lived at Morgan until their
home was destroyed by fire in
June, after which they moved to
lone. Their five children were all
present at the golden wedding,
Albert, Franklin and Roy, all of
this vicinity, Mrs. Warren Crutch
erd of Boring and Mrs. Frank Hel
ena of Seattle.
The regular meeting of the lone
P-TA was held Wednesday eve-
Inquire about our special
blanket liability policy.
Complete liability and
medical coverage on all
operations Teh 1 c 1 e I ,
equipment and livestock
duplicator has been purchased.
It was suggested that a subscrip
tion to the National P-TA maga
zine be given to the public libra
ry. Mrs. Noel Dobyns reported on
the Morrow county council at
Boardman. An auction will be
held at the school house Decem
ber 2. Miss Mary Braekett report
ed that $102 was taken in at the
Girls League dinner. The program
consisted of a trombone solo by
Jimmy Savage, accompanied by
Mrs. Clarence Brenner; talk by
Kev. Alfred Shirley on cnaracter
building, and reading, "The Chil
dren's Hour," Longfellow, by Miss
Braekett. Lunch was served by
Mrs. Berl Akers, Mrs. Milton Mor
gan. .Mrs. Lawrence jones aim
Mrs. Raymond Benton. The lunch
room was decorated in keeping
Mrs. Carl Linn, 7th and 8th
grade teacher, gave a Halloween
party for her pupus iriaay eve
ning at the school house. A play
"Captain Kidd's Kid," wes given.
the cast including Larry Riet
mann, reader; Arthur Lndstrom,
Tommy White, Janet Howton,
Malcolm McKinney, Kay Crowell,
Delbert Bailey and Herbert Peter
son. Duane Baker, class president,
introduced the class officers, Jan
et Howton, vice president; Lawr
ence Jones, secretary; Herbert
Peterson, tresaurer; Delbert Bai
ley, sergeant-at-arms, and Doro
thy Dobyns, reporter.
The room mother, Mrs. Frank
lin Lindstrom, and room father,
Garland Swanson, were introduc
ed. The evening was spent in
dancing square dances, with Bob
Crowell calling. E. S. Stultz told
some ghost stories. Venisonberg-
ers. furnished by Mr. and Mrs.
Noel Dobyns, were served.
for her home In Eagle Creek after in the game
Mrs. Robert DeSpain and son
Bobby Lee spent the week-end
wth her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Roy Lieuallen at Gresham.
Pomona grange was held here
Saturday, with a business meet
ing in the morning and a dinner
at noon. In the afternoon the fol
lowing program was given, with
Mrs. Norman Nelson, Pomona lec
turer, in charge: Group singing;
reading by Miss Carol Hamilton
of Boardman; a talk by Rev. T.
Sammy Lee of Pendleton. Rev.
Lee is a Korean and has been in
this country for 11 years. He told
of the custonms, government, and
other features of Korea. He was
accompanied by his wife and
two small sons.
Mrs. Algott Lundell was a pa
tient in the St. Anthony's hospital
in Pendleton. She came home
The 1st, 2nd, 3rd and 4th grades
were entertained at Hallowe'en
parties Monday afternoon and the
5th and 6th Friday afternoon at
the school house.
Gay lord Salter, student at EO
CE visited his parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Hugh Salter recently.
Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Seehafer
were called to Corvallis on ac
count of the death of his father,
Ernest Seehafer, October 28.
spending a month with her sister,
Mrs. Echo Palmateer.
Mr. and Mrs. Ted Palmateer
were Walla Walla visitors Thurs
day of last week.
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Healy and
daughter Jean Marie spent the
week-end with her mother, Mrs.
Maurice Williams and Miss
Earlene Morgan of Portland were
week-end visitors at the home of
her sister, Mrs. John Eubanks,
Alvln McCabe, son of Mr. and
Mrs. L. A. McCabe, received a
broken arm and Leland McKin
ney, son of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Mc
Kinney a broken nose while play,
ing on the school grounds last
The Three Links club met at
t he home of Mrs. Echo Palmateer
Friday afternoon of last week.
The club planned a dinner to be
served at their hall on Armistice
day at noon. Refreshments were
Mrs. Rod McClane and children
left Monday for their home In
Aloha. They were visitors at the
I'reston Black home.
Mr. and Mrs. Warren Crutcher I served by Mrs. Delia Corson, Mrs.
and son Kenneth of Boring and
Mrs. Frank Helena of Seattle were
visitors at the Otto Lindstrom
home. The Crutchers left for their
home Sunday and were accom
panied by Mrs. Roy Lindstrom.
Mrs. Helena remained for a long
A social meeting was held at
the Eastern Star meeting Tuesday
evening of last week. Games were
played and refreshments were
served by Mrs. John Proudfoot,
Mrs. Kenneth Smouse and Mrs.
Walter Corley. The hall was dec
orated In Hallowe'en motif.
Mr. and Mrs. Adon Hamlett
have moved Into their new home
which they purchased from Gar
lone High lost a football game
!to Weston Fridav of last week.
Gene Doherty, Jmmy Pettyjohn
Ida Coleman and Mrs. Palmateer.
1 Alter Customers
ur Want Ails
Mrs. Hazel Beers left Monday and Robert Peterson were injured
DATES TO REMEMBER
Nov. 4, 2 p. m., lone extension
unit at Congregational church.
Bring paper and ribbon for gift
wrapping demonstration. Lesson,
new materials and their treat
ment. Nov. 4 1-H club achieve
ment Dartv at Lexington. Nov. 5
Rebekah convention at Lexing
ton. Nov. 8 Garden Club at home
of Mrs. Echo Palmateer. Nov. 9
Maranatha meeting. Nov. 11 Ar
mistice day dinner at Rebekah
hall; football game with Prescott
in afternoon and Legion dance in
evening. Nov. 12 Study meeting
of Topic club.
A district meeting of the Ma
sons was held at the Masonic hall
Thursday evening with around
60 present from the Heppner, Con
don, Fossil, Arlington and lone
lodges. State officers present were
Worshipful Grand Master Shalor
Eldridge and Grand Secretary
Harry Proudfoot of Portland and
Past Worshipful Grand Master
Lloyd McRae of Helix. Luncheon
was served after the meeting and
the lone high girls glee club
Mrs. E. M. Baker entertained
her Sunday school class at a Hal
lowe'en party at her home Sat
Mrs. Lester Hoak of Bremerton,
Wash, was a recent visitor at the
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Tuesday, Nov. 8
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