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Heppner Gazette Times, Thursday, June 1, 1950
Monument Man In
Hospital III With
Spotted Fever
Glenn Morrell has been quite
ill with the spotted fever. He was
sick several days before he was
taken to the Blue Mountain Clin
ic -where he received medical aid
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Barnard and
Mrs. Fred Gasner visited him on
Tuesday. They state he is re-
covering as well as can be ex
pected. Mrs. Gasner is Mr. Mor
rcl's sister.
Mr. and Mrs. Bill Settle left
Friday morning for Portland
where Mrs. Settle will receive
medical attention.
The M.M.M . Club held its
last meeting for the summer by
having a pot luck dinner at the
home of Mrs. Cimmiyotu on Ku
dio creek. It was a lovely summer
day and everyone enjoyed the
day with Mrs. Cimmiyotti.-
Harry Welch Jr. of Long Creek
came to Monument on Tuesday
for a cow and calf which he had
purchased from Earl Sweek.
Bob Gienger was called un
expectedly to The Dalles on ac
count of the illness of his wife.
Mrs. Gienger recently underwent
surgery at The Dalles hospital
but was reported as being ready
to return to her home. Her many
friends are hoping her relapse is
not too serious.
Mr. and Mrs. Harold French
are the proud parents of a baby
girl, Patricia May, born in the
Pendleton hospital on Wednes
day. Harold was busy passing
out treats Wednesday. Mr. and
Mrs. French and daughters wil
soon be moving to Monument
where Mr. French has employ
ment. Mrs. Louise Fleming and
Arrives at KeppBec
Lexington and lM
For Pickup or
For pickup, eall
Red & White. Heppner
Padberg Tractot, Lex.
Omar Rietmann. Xene
Connecting Carriec fax
Consolidated Freightwyi
Community Church
Z. Franklin Cantrell, Minister
"Truth" always wins sooner or
later, while falsehood may Hour
ish for a season, but always dies
a horrible death. And God's Word
is truth and sooner or later will
be so realized. John 1:1, 14, 17;
4:23: 8:32: 14:6: 17:17.
Church school 10 a.m. Worship
and preaching 11 a.m. Singing
and preaching 8 p.m.
J. Palmer Sorlien, Minister
Morning worship and sermon
at 11 a.m. Special music by the
choir, Mr. Oliver Creswick, direc
tor. Sunday church school at 9:45
a.m. Mr. Oliver Creswick, super
intendent. We have a class for
every age. Adult Bible Class and
Youth Fellowship class at this
same hour.
Thursday, choir practice at 7:30
Woman's Society of Christian
Service meets the first Wednes
day of each month at 8 p.m.
Suzanna Wesley circle of the
Womans Society of Christian
Service meets the third Wednes
day of each month at 2 p.m.
We welcome into the member
ship of our church Mr. and Mrs.
Thomas I. Wilson who were re
ceived last Sunday.
Georgena Beryl daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Carl McDaniel was
baptized May 14, at the morning
church service.
CHURCH ( Episcopal)
Holy communion, 8 a.m.
Church school, 9:45 a.m.
Holy Communion and sermon
11 a.m.
Week Day Services:
Wednesday. Holv Communion.
10 a.m.
Friday. Holy Communion, 7:30
Choir Practice:
Thursday evening at 8.
Boy Scouts, Wednesday eve
ning 7:30 to 9.
daughter Shirlev Mae Hrmo tn
John Day on Friday where they
win spena me mgni ana sniney
will see her doctor early Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. Case Shank anH
family of Ukiah were overnight
uesis oi xvir. ana Mrs. ueorge
Itirritt on Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. Pari SwooU arA
daughter Carol, drove to Pendle
ton to watch the horse races in
wnicn their son Clayton was a
One of the most serious acci
dents in the historv nf Mnmimont
occurred Sunday evening wnon
ithe cars of Charles Gilman and
Archie Cox collided on the high
way just west of town. The ex
tent of the injuries was not learn
ed at this writing. LawTence
Cutts took some of the injured
to the hospital in John Day.
Mr. and Mrs. Homer Williams
and daughter Linda from Echo
came on Saturday to spend the
week-end with relatives and
friends. Their daughter Joyce who
has spent the last two weeks
with her grandparents will re
turn with them.
Mr. and Mrs. John Hansen and
daughter, Karen of Portland
spent the Memorial Day holidays
with Mrs. Hansen's parents- Mr.
and Mrs. C. N. Wilson.
Rail Line Opened
To Atomic Center
Monday Morning
The fabulous Hanford Works,
an area in central Washington
half the size of Rhode Island in
which the government produces
atomic fuel, plutonium, today
welcomed the arrival of the ffrst
Union Pacific freight train. At
8 a.m. Union Pacific's diesel-
powered freight inaugurated
daily service between Richland
Junction and Richland over the
new $2,000,000, 7 mile govern
ment rail extension. Richland
Junction is a point on Union Pa.
cific's Yakima branch, 5 miles
west of Kennewick, Washington.
Union Pacific shares use of the
new line with Northern Pacific
and both lines have established
ocal and transcontinental freight
rates to and from Richland iden
tical with rates applying to and
from Kennewick.
The government's new rail
extension was completed last
week under the direction of Gen
eral Electric, prime contractor to
the Atomic Energy Commission.
The job of railroad building was
done by J. A. Terteling and Sons,
contractors, of Boise, Idaho.
"The new line insures uninter
rupted service" according to R.
T. Cooke, superintendent of Gen
eral Electric Company's trans
portation division which operates
a network of government rail
lines within Hanford Works.
Richland has a population of
about 23,000 and North Richland,
a construction town four miles
distant, has 3,500. Both towns are
within Hanford Works.
Here to attend graduation exer.
cises for the 1950 class of Hepp-
nei nign scnooi were Mr. and
Mrs. I. N. Vaughn and Mrs. M.
E. Wise of Prosser, Washington.
mrs. wises granddaughter, Dar
lene Wise, was a member of the
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Campbell and
Mrs. W. T. CamDhell left lMnn.
I day by Steramliner from Pendle
.ton for Terre Haute, Ind., to visit
Arthur Campbell and family,
Arthur, son of Mrs. W. T. Camp
bell and brother of Roy. holds a
responsible nositinn with one of
the country's largest chemical
concerns. The local people will
be gone three weeks.
Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Settles and
sons drove to Cutler City on the
coast for an extended week-end
M. D. Clark and daughter, Mrs.
Frank Riggs were greeting old
friends and neighbors in Heppner
the first of the week. They drove
mained over until Tuesday to
spend Decoration day here. Mr.
Clark is enjoying good health and
life at Eugene where he has been
making his home most of the
time since disposing of his busi
ness here In 1942.
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