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    Heppner Gazette Times, Thursday, April 13, 1950
Page 5
Continued from Page Four
care for Laura Lee until school
Is out.
Mrs. Fay Burton accompanied
by Mrs. Ona May Leathers took
a group of the high school girls
to Mitchell on Wednesday to
play a game of soft ball will)
Ihe Mitchell girls.
Mr. and Mfs. Ferry Wilson and
family have moved from Top to
Hardman where Mr. Wilson will
be employed at the Blain Chapel
. Mr. and Mrs. T. II. Jackson
have moved from Pendleton to
the Klzie Emry ranch, where they
will have employment for the
Mr. and Mrs. Dick Williams
were attending to matters of
business in John Day on Friday.
Mr. and Mrs. George Capon
and Mrs. Charles Hill drove to
John Day on Thursday. Mr. Ca
pon received medical treatment
while there. Darlene Capon stay.'
ed at the Hill, home and cared
for Mrs. Hill's small son.
social Friday night at the gym-
na.siurn for the benefit of the
4-11 Livestock club. Clara Flower
I and Ouida Cork presented a
, short program, which was enjoy
led by everyone. Bill Farrell of
Canyon City was on hand with
his moving pictures taken of the
4-11 club members at the county
fair. Wayne Leathers sold the
pies then everyone went to the
school s kitchen where there was
plenty of coffee to go with the
pies. Nearly $150 was taken in.
This money is to go to buy equip
ment for the 411 livestock clubs.
I The M.M.M. club held its reg
ular meeting at the home of
Daisy Simas, with Delsie Sweek
and Laura Simas as co-hostesses.
The president, Doris Capon and
I secretary, Louisa Fleming were
both absent on account of sick
ness In their tannines, ine vice
president, Maude Harris with
Millie Wilson as acting secretary
conducted the meeting. No busi
ness was accomplished, except to
distribute some needle work to be
used in the bazaar in November.
Delsie Sweek had charge of Ihe
entertainment for the afternoon.
The door prize was awarded to
Betty Simas and the prize for the
contest was won by Mary Lee
Leslie. The second was given to
Ella Durst. Lovely refreshments
of sandwiches, pie, Easter eggs
and coffee were served. Every
one had an enjoyable afternoon.
The next meeting will be held
at Lydia Capon's with Clara
Strecker as co-hostess.
Mrs. Buel Harshman was hon
ored at a pink and blue shower
on Friday at the home of Mrs.
Martha Matteson with Doris
Matteson as co-hostess. A very
enjoyable afternoon was spent.
Mrs. Harshman was the recipient
of many beautiful and useful
presents. Refreshments of ice
cream, cake and coffee were
i served by the hostesses.
I Mr. and Mrs. Joe Mellor and
'children accompanied by Mrs.
, Maude Harris attended to busi
j ness matters in John Day on Sat
' urday. They also visited Mrs.
Mellor's sister, Shirley Mae
; Fleming who is 111 at the Hill's
' Auto Court. Mrs. Fleming has an
apartment there and is caring
for Shirley. Mrs. Mellor states
The Music Department
Heppner Public Schools
Presents its
Annual Band Concert:
Wednesday, April 19
School Gymnasium
The Senior Band of 32 members and the Junior Band
of 41 members will both be on the program which will
feature two clarinet quartets and a cornet trio.
Cottage Cheese
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or country style, packed in pints or half pints.
The Easter Seal agency has in Eugene will begin May 1. The SI 50,000 when completed. Archi
announced that construction of building, replacing temporary tect Percy Bentley's sketch oi the
a new children' hospital school quarters oi the school, will cost new structure U shown here.
EUGENE, Ore., April 13 A
new children's hospital school
building, to cost approximately
$150,000 when completed, will
rise in the south Willamette dis
trict of Eugene, officials of the
Easter Seal agency announced
The new building will replace
the temporary quarters the hos
pital school has used for the
past two years at 1166 Alder
Street in Eugene.
Howard Feast, executive direc
tor of the Easter Seal agency,
said construction will get under
way about May 1 and that the
building will be occupied in the
early fall. Percy D. Bentley of
Eugene is the architect and K.
K. Folgedalen of Eugene, fche su
pervisor of construction.
The hospital school, opened
more than two years ago by the
Easter Seal agency to provide
special education and treatment
for crippled children of school
and pre-school age, has a wait
ing list of approximately 150
youngsters at the present lime,
Feast stated.
Feast said the new building
would accommodate a maximum
of 65 student-patients as com
pared with the 30-student capa
city of the old quarters. It is
hoped that in the near future
the accommodations can be ex
panded even more, Feast said.
Funds sufficient to start con
struction are already on hand,
Feast explained, but additional
funds are in the process of being
raised by an interested group in
Eugene. The Easter Seal agency
will provide the administration
trained therapists to staff the
Tire building will be located on
a six-acre tract on Donald street,
between 34 and 37th avenues,
and will cover approximately
4,000 square feet. It will be a
single story structure of frame
and masonry.
There will be considerable
window space, plus a 10x45-foot
glassed-in play area and a
series of classrooms and therapy
treatment rooms. Dormitory fa
cilities are planned as an addi
tion in the future.
- "We will have one of the finest
hospital schools of its kind in
the country when completed,"
Feast said. 'There is certainly a
real need for such a facility in
the state of Oregon."
The hospital school is open
to children from throughout the
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Lucas en
Joyed a visit with their daughters
and families Sunday night, Mr.
and Mrs. R. E. Lees and daugh
ter Roberta of Ontario, who were
returning home fitter a visit in
Portland, and Mr. and Mrs. R. A.
Fortner and son Robert of Board
man. Coming from Kinzua to
spend Easter with them were Mr.
and Mrs. Bruce Lindsay and fam
ily. Mrs. Lindsay Is the daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Fortner.
Mrs. Bradley Fancher returned
home Saturday from Portland
where she was a visitor for two
wurv mecr.T dct arc cnvci 5,
n ii k ii inwbvi i tyiw nut uvnki in
that Shirley is still a very sick
girl. Her friends in Monument
all are wishing her a speedy
On Friday Lewis Batty and
Lindell Broadfoot were attending
to matters of business in John
Mr. and Mrs. Dean Enright of
Top enjoyed the pie social Fri
day evening and were guests
at the home of his parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Ed Enright.
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Mc
Laughlin drove to Portland to
spend their Easter holidays.
They returned Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Alfred patzer are
moving to the Theron King ranch
where he has employment, for
the summer.
Fred Shank, daughter Laura
Lee, George Stirritt, and Betty
Rounds drove to John Day on
Saturday to visit Mrs. Shank and
Mrs. Stirritt. On their way to
John Day they stopped at the
Earl Johns home near Mt. Ver
non and Mrs. John and daugh
ters, Kay and Dee Ann accom
panied them to John Day.
Mrs. Haskel Hobby and Mrs.
Buel Harshman drove to Mitchell
on Sunday to spend Easter with
Mrs. Hobby's parents.
Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Leathers
are driving a new car this week.
They used it to take their daugh-
everybody LOVES
y sent today
ter, Bertine Gates to Tulelake on
Floy Hinton bought some cattle
from Henry Cupper this week.
Earl Barnard and Chance Wilson
went with him to the Cupper
ranch to help brand on Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Barnard,
Mr. and Mrs. Theron King and
son, Miss Laura Lee Shank and
Betty Round drove to Long Creek
on Easter Sunday to attend the
wedding of Miss Lola Stussie
and Roland Chapman. The brides
great grandmother was the ma
tron of honor and her grand
father was the best man. It was
a lovely wedding and a large
crowd attended.
Mrs. Ab Gates (nee Bertine
Leathers) arrived this week from
her home in California to spend
a few days with her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Leathers.
She was accompanied by Mrs.
Gates' sister, who went on to
visit in Portland and other points.
She will meet Mrs. Gates in Tule.
lake, California on Monday. Mr.
and Mrs. Wayne Leathers will
take Mrs. Gates to Tulelake.
The school boards held their
regular meeting at the school
house Saturday evening. Bids for
a school cook were opened and
the position was given to Daisy
Simas, also bids were opened for
a janitor and for wood. Miles
Gilman, the present janitor was
rehired and the wood contract
went to Frank Asher of Kimberly.
It was also decided to send a
delegation to meet with the Rural
School Board at Canyon City on
April 14th.
Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Leathers
are driving a new car this week.
Frank Stien and family of Se
attle are visiting Mr. and Mrs.
Harold Cork and family this
Mrs. Anna Lesley had a pleas
ant surprise this week when one
of her daughters, Mrs. Ford Sloan
and three of her granddaughters
from Pierce Idaho, her grand
daughter, Mrs. Melvin Round
and her daughter-in-law, Mrs.
Bob Lesley and all their children
had dinner with her. There were
four great grandsons and one
great granddaughter and four
Word was received this week
from Mrs. M. C. Merrill in Eu
gene. She states they are all well
and wish to be remembered to
i their many friends in Monu
: ment.
In a recent letter from Mrs.
' Anna Bayless of Heppner, she
i states that Mrs. Ruth Swick, Bob
I Swick and herself have sold their
interest in the Sealy ranch to
iMcyuinns oi bpray. ine mc
Quinns have taken possession
' and Mrs. Ruth Swick has moved
to Spray.
Mr. and Mrs. Bud Shockly of
Portland visited Mrs. fahockley s
aunt and family Mrs. Earl Sweek
this week. Mrs. Shockley will be
remembered as Myrtle Cork.
Easter Services were held at
the Community church by Rev.
and Mrs. Harris, after which a
pot luck dinner was held in the
grange hall. There was a large
crowd in attendance and plenty
of eats lor everyone.
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Music by I
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Heard Daily Coast to Coast
One Hour Stage Show with Dance
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ADMISSION: $1.00 Per Person
(Tax Included)
Civic Center Pavillion
Doors Open at 8 p. m.