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Heppner Gazette Times, Thursday, March 16, 1950
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By DELPHA JONES
The play cast of Mumbo Jumbo
gave a party at the Maurice
Groves home" Friday evening,
with Mr. and Mrs. Groves as
hosts. The evening was spent
playing pinochle, canasta, and
table tennis. Refreshments of
sandwiches, pickles, olives, cook,
ies and ice cream, and coffee
were served. Those attending
were Mr. and Mrs. Mark Rands.
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Feathers. Mr.
and Mrs. Truman Messenger, Mr.
and Mrs. Armin Wihlon, Mr.
and Mrs. Ellwynne Peck. Mr.
and Mrs. Gerald Baker, Mr. and
Mrs. Cecil Jones, Mr. and Mrs.
Leonard Munkers, and Mrs.
Gladys VanWinkle. The play cast
presented Mr. Baker, director of
the play, a gift.
The three Links club met at the
home of Mrs. A. F. Majeske, Wed
nesday with Mrs. Audrey Ansted
as co-hostess. The meeting was
presided over by the new presi
dent, Mrs. Dan Way. Discussion
of ways to make money was the
main business of the day, with
a birthday basket being started.
The next meeting will be held
at the home of Mrs. Annie Keene.
Refreshments of sandwiches,
cake and coffee were served.
Those attending the Rebekah
lodge meeting in Stanfield. where
thev saw the Degree ofChivalry.
were Mr. and Mrs. Orris Padbeig.
Mr. and Mrs. W. E. McMillan,
Mrs. Adolf Majeske and Mrs.
i Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Jones and
family. Earl Miller, and Max
Breeding spent the weekend in
LaGrande, Union and Cove. Earl
visited his parents, Mr. and Mrs.
W. I. Miller, in LaGrande.
Morrow County Graingrowers is
building a new office near the
spot of the old one, only one
block nearer town. This is going
to be a very fine building and
will add ereatlv to the town of
Lexineton. Maurice Groves has
Mr. and Mrs. Everett Crump
and daughters spent last week
at the home of Mrs. Crump's par
ents. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Bres
heaxs. While here they all motor
ed to Walla Walla where Mr.
Crum visited his mother and
Mrs. Breshears visited her sister,
Mrs. Agnes Noble, and her niece,
Mrs. Vernon Walker of Kenne
The executive board of the
PTA met at the home of Mrs.
Joe Feathers last Tuesday night.
Discussion of the school carnival
was held, also plans for the high
school athletic banquet were
made for the 5th of April. Mrs
Dan Way was made chairman of
the eats committee. Refreshments
of ginger bread, whipped cream
and coffee were served. Those
attending were Mrs. Truman
Messenger, Mrs. A. F. Majeske,
Mrs. Armin Wihlon, Mrs. Art
Hunt, Mrs. C. C. Jones, Mr. and
Mrs Joe Feathers, Mr. Baker and
Earl Miller and Marvin Way
ware hosts to the high school
bovs and faculty at a chicken
dinner Monday night at the Dan
Way home. The main course of
the dinner was chicken and the
dessert apple pie. Attending were
Denny McMillan, Butch Sawyer,
Ray Papineau, John Edwards.
David Buchanan. Floyd Breeding.
P.onald Fahl. Charlie Padberg.
lion Peck, Max Breeding, Earl
Miller and Marvin Way, and Mrs.
Rands, Mr. Feathers and Mr.
Baker. Also Cecil Jones, Asa Way
and Dan Way, Mrs. Eldon Pad
berg entertained Amicitia club.
Pinochle was played, with Mrs.
Herman Green winning high and
Mrs. Maurice Groves, second. Re
freshments of hot rolls and fruit
salad and coffee were served.
The speech festival will be held.
in Boardman March 17. Mrs.
Mark Rands motored over Tues
day night taking her play cast
for a practice on that stage. The
name of the play is Scrambled
Eggs, and the characters are Ida
Buchanan, Marvin Way, David
Buchanan, Alene Shannon, Betty
Griffen, and Charlie Padberg. The
play is 30 minutes long. Others in
high school taking part are Ida
Buchanan, Patty Majeske. Those
in the 7th and 8th grades taking
part are Bill Steagail, Beverley
and Phylliss Nolan, and Betty
Messenger. In the 5th and 6th,
Donna Graves, Jeanette Peek,
Barbara Rands, and Eilleen
"LAFF IT OFF" PROVES
BIG HIT WITH PUBLIC
Drawing large houses each
night, the vaudeville show, "Laff
It Off" proved to be one of the
most popular stage shows seen
here in recent years.
According to accounts, several
local characters made such hits
that their families may well ex
pect them to take up acting as a
profession. The large cast pre
cludes personal mention, but
suffice it to say that everybody
had a fine time, actors and audi
Mrs. Evelyn McLaren, director
of the show, left the first of the
week for Kemmerer. Wyo. where
ihe is directing a similar show.
CARD OF THANKS
We take this means of thank
ing our friends for their expres
sions of sympatny in our De-
reavement and for the beautiful
floral tributes to the memory of
our beloved Isabel.
The Crawford and Wilson
Mr. and Mrs. Whitmer Wright
and Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Parsons
drove to Portland this morning,
he Wrights going on a business
mission and Parsons going for a
checkup on his eyes.
The Cooking I club of lone met
It the school last Saturday to
make custard. All the members
practiced table setting and table
manners. The next meeting will
je April 1 at Lonnie McCabos.
The Clothing II club met t
L. L. Howton's Saturday to finish
lilting their garments and to fit
the ones that were already bast-
d. Their next meeting will be at
McCabes' March 18.
RESOLUTIONS OF SYMPATHY
It is with profound sorrow that
Sans Souci Kunekan Locige no.
33 of the Independent Order of
Odd Fellows adopts the follow
WHEREAS, the Almighty Fath
er has seen fit to call our be
loved sister, Sylvia Devin, to her
eternal rest, and
WHEREAS, her presence andi
help will be sorely missed,
THEREFORE be it resolved,
that San Souci Rebekah Lodge
So. 33, in testimony of its loss
and in expression of its love,
drape the charter.
E IT FURTHER RESOLVED,
that the deepest sympathy of
the lodge be extended to the
family of oulr departed Sister
Sylvia Devin, and,
BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED,
lhat a copy of these resolutions
be spread on the minutes of the
lodge and that a copy be sent
to the bereaved family.
Her life was no brief candle,
but a splendid torch which will
continue to shine brightly for
all who knew her.
Mary Bailey, Blanche Brown,
Ruth E. Bergstrom.
Mr. and Mrs Richard Green- was named Edward Lee. Paternal
field are the parents of a little grandparents are Mr. and Mrs
boy born March 7 at The Dalles. ,Bert Greenfield and maternal
He weighed nearly 7 pounds and 'grandparents are Mr. and Mrs.
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The Lexington grange will hold 1
it's initiation in the first and
second degrees at the grange hall
March 19. j
One the honor role for this 6
weeks at school are Shirlee Hunt. I
Floyd Breeding, Ida Buchanan
and Pat Majeske.
Clarence Briggs, central Ore-!
gon district council businsss j
agent, and Larry Carrol, interna-1
tional representative, attended !
the union meeting here Thurs
Sharon Cutsforth is staying at
the home of her aunt and uncle,
Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Munkers,
while her parents are gone to
The county teacher's meeting
will be held in the Lexington
Mr. and Mrs. Carmicheal re
turned Monday from a business
trip to Portland.
The volley ball tournament will
be in lone March 2o.
school March 30.
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Sunday-Monday. March 19-20
OH, YOU BEAUTIFUL DOLL
June Haver, Mark Stevens. S. Z. Zalcall.
Charlotte Greenwood. Gale Robbini,
Jay C. Flippen
The top of all time hit parade pictures
none of the knowhow of successful and
popular tunefilms including heartwarm
lngplots, hit songs and new, topflight
casts and Technicolor trimmings has
been overlooked in this lush and spark
Tuesday-Wednesday, March 21-22
OUTPOST IN MOROCCO
George Rait Marie Windsor, Aktm Tami.
roll. John Lltel. Eduard Fram, Dcunlan
Filmed Hinst authentic background of
the African desert, this adventure drama
all the intrigue, the dash, color and
excitement usually associated with North
Allien and the French Foreign Legion.
Thura.-Friday-Scrturday, March 23-24-25
William Elliott Marie Windsor, Forrest
Tucker, Jim Davis, H. B. Warner, Paul
Fix. Grant Withers
Far above many sagebrush sagas, this
western, photographed in color, ha an
unusually original story.
Without name players, this Is a first-rate
little film, interesting throughout and
done in semi-documentary style. Alarmed
by the Increasing number of fires, the
Los Angeles arson squad set out to ferret
out the suspected criminal ring.
Continued from pag one
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Long and
Mr. and Mrs. Lige Long made a
business trip to Pendleton Mon
day Mr. and Mrs. Al Julian of Port
land were visiting here over the
weekend at the home of her sis
ter and husband, Mr. and Mrs.
Fred Newby and niece and hus
band, Mr. and Mrs. Maurice
Lyle O'Strander was brought to
his home here Tuesday from The
Dalles where he has been hospi
talized since breaking his leg in
a skiing accident on Mt. Hood
three weeks ago. He returned to
The Dalles the first of this week
for a check-up and a new cast.
Mr. and Mrs. Otis Morley and
children went to Yakima over
the week end to visit Mrs. Wretlia
Morley and family. Eddie White
head accompanied them.
I Mrs. Lester Halverson has
spent several days in Portland
attending the clinic. She was in
jured several months ago and
has not satisfactorily recovered.
Mrs. Betty Rood, Mrs. Harlan
Adams and Joanne and Mrs.
Charles Williamson attended the
roller skating sponsored by Joe
Worlin of Kinzua at Condon,
Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Dyer went
to The Dalles Sunday to attend
to business, returning home Mon
day. J. B. is the barber here,
while Mrs. Dyer works at the
Mrs. Ralph Moore returned to
her work at the factory after
consulting a specialist In Walla
i Walla the first of the week.
I Mr. and Mrs. Harry Johnson
;and children returned to Kinzua
over the weekend from Portland.
3 'He began work In the mill. The
Johnsons will dispose of their
home in Beaverton and move
S3 their household goods here when
a house Is available. Johnson
3 has been In the U. S. navy.
5 Alva Hunt of Fossil visited
here Sunday at the home of his
35 sister, Mrs. Lyle O'Strander.
r Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Perry
3 went to The Dalles Saturday to
attend to business Matt Stumper
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Mr. and Mrs. John Green spent
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ing Mr and Mrs. Forrest Samples.
Bud Kopta visited his parents
in Freewater over the weekend,
were Saturday business visitors
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Handy and Easy
Are Both Wrong
Handy Peterson and Easy Rob
erts got in quite an argument the
other day over at Fred's Garage
talking about the best spot to fish
up at Green Lake.
"Opposite the old sawmill is the
best spot," says Handy. But Easy
"pooh-pooh'a" him. "I've seen the
biggest fish caught off Cedar
Point," says Easy. "I've been
catching them there for years."
Then Fred goes into his office
and brings out the biggest mounted
rainbow trout you ever saw. "Bet
that was caught at the sawmill,"
comments Handy. "Cedar Point,"
says Easy. "Well," says Fred,
"you're 6otfc wrong. I caught this
baby right out in the middle!"
From where I sit, there are al
ways two (or more) sides to every
story. Let's lire end let live in the
true American tradition of tolera
tion. Your opinion is worth a lot,
but so is the other fellow's
whether it's on politics, the best
fishing spots, or whether he likes
temperate glass of beer snd you
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