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Heppner Gazette Times, Thursday, July 13, 1950
Ball Family Holds
Reunion at Grange
In lone on Fourth
By ECHO FALMATEER
A family reunion of the Ball
familv was held at the grange
hall the Ah of July, with a pot
luck dinner at noon. Those pre
vent were Mr. and Mrs. Matthew
Ball and daughter Helen; Mr.
and Mrs. Lewis Ball and sons;
Elmer Ball and son Jack; Roy
Ball and son of Boardman; Mr.
and Mrs. George Urlacher (Pearl
Ball). Taeoma; Mr. and Mrs.
Glenn Karrens, Hardman; Mr.
and Mrs. Edgar Ball, Forest
Grove; Mr. and Mrs. Archie Ball
and son. Heppner; Mr. and Mrs.
Glenn Ball, Yakima; Mr. and
Mrs. Russell Miller and children.
Boardman; Mr. and Mrs. Leon
Ball and son, Heppner; Mr. and
Mrs. Waller Wright, Hardman;
Mr. and Mrs. Gene Hall. Kinzua;
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Cropp and
family, Mr. and Mrs. Berl Akers
and sons, Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur
Akers and sons, Mr. and Mrs.
Donald Ball and sons, lone.
Friends present were Mrs. Anna
Lawlor, Wasco; Dick Smith of
Yakima; Mrs. Elsie Peterson and
scnElmer and grandchildren
Helen and Josephine Peterson,
Lexington and Gloria Christoph
erson, Donald. Mrs. Lewis Ball
was elected president and Mrs.
Walter Wright secretary for the
Mat Halvorsen returned last
week from Medford where he vis
ited his son, Henry Halvorsen.
Mrs. Creston Black returned to
lone from her home at Aloha.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Seaton
attended the convention of the
eierans of Foreign Wa.'rs at
Rev. and Mrs. W. W. Head of
Cathlamet, Wash, are visiting at
the home of their daughter, Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles White of
Forest Grove are the parents of
son, Charles Allen, weight 5
pounds 14 ounces, born July 7 at
the Emmanuel hospital in Port
land. Mrs. Harold Higby or For
est Grove and Mr. and Mrs. Gor
don White of lone are the grand
parents. Mrs. Gordon White left
for Portland Saturday morning.
Gene, small son of Mr. and
Mrs. Donald Heliker, had three
stitches taken near his eye, re
sulting from the kick of a horse
recently at the ranch.
Tillman Young and children,
James, Betty and Nellie of Stev
enson, Wash, were guests at the
A. C. Crowell home at Morgan
over the 4th.
Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Simmons
and children of Roseburg were
recent vxisitors at the home of
tier uncle, Waiace Matthews.
Mr. and Mrs. Karl Miller and
Mrs. Delia (Reaney) Phelps of
Longview, Wash, spent the 4th
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Pettyjohn
and son Jimmy spent the 4th
Miss Joan Coleman, daughter
of Mrs. Ida Coleman, and Bert
Williams were married July
at Lewiston, Ida. They are living
Mr. and Mrs. 1). E. Pepiot and
famiiv of Council, Wash, were
recent visitors at the L. L. How
Kav Crowell, daughter of Mr,
and Mrs. A. C. Crowell of Mor
gan broke her arm while visit,
ing at Stevenson. Wash, recently
Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Lundell
of Portland are the parents of a
son. weight 8 pounds one and
half ounces, born Julv 9. Mrs.
Helen Briggs of Kentucky and
Mr. and Mrs. Algott Lundell ol
Gooseberry are the grandparents.
The members of the Arnica
club and their families had a
picnic at the Roundup park in
Among those going to Bing
ham Springs Sunday were Mr.
and Mrs. E. R. Lundell, Mr. and
Mrs. Paul Pettyjohn and family,
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Stefani Jr.,
Mr. and Mrs. Pete Cannon, Alton
Yarnell and Denward Bergevin.
At a regular meeting of the
Rebckah lodge July 6 Mrs. Chas.
O'Connor was elected as noble
grand to fill the vacancy of Miss
Mary Bracken, resigned, and
Mrs. Wallace Matthews was ap
pointed RSXG to fill the vacancy
of Mrs. Francis Ely. They were
installed by Mrs. Cleo Drake, dis
trict deputy president and Mrs.
Etta Bristovv, marshal. Twenty-five-year
jewels were presented
to Mrs. Cleo Drake and Mrs. W.
B. Rice of The Dalles. Mr. Rice
received a bible.
Mrs. Gordon White attended a
tea at the home of E. M. Hulden
at Arlington Thursday afternoon
of last week. Mrs. Hulden gave a
report of her trip to Europe and
on the Passion Plav at Oberam
mergau, Germany. That evening
Mrs. White attended a bridal
shower for Mrs. Nedra Weather
all Johnson at Arlington.
Clyde Crawford of Portland is
staying at the home of his uncle
W'ate Crawford, this summer.
Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Rail pntpr-
tained the following at a dinner
Saturday: Mr. and Mrs. George
Urlacher of Taeoma; Misses Bet
ty Ball and Lola Logan of Arling
ton; Mrs. Wilbur Akers and sons
Mr. and Mrs. Matthew Ball, and
Mrs. Mary Swanson and Jean
Ann Swanson returned home Sat
urday from Portland where she
visted at the home of her son,
Kathleen O'Brien returned to
her home in Olympia, Wash, last
week after a visit at the Noel
Mr. and Mrs. Jones and daugh.
tor Kay of Portland were week
end guests at the W. R. Went
Mrs. Harry Yarnell is visiting
at the home of her son Clifford
in Vancouver, Wash.
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Linn and
children of Yernonia visited last
Friday night at the Roy Lind
strom home. They were on their
way home from a trip through
Robert Crowell and Bill Rowell
spent a few days last week at
Eugene Newlin of Seattle vis
ited his aunt, Mrs. Paul O'Meara,
Mr. and Mrs. Ray Barnett and
sons Paul and Sammy and Mrs.
freci tsuchanan spent last week
at camp meeting at the Bethel
uospei in Brooks. Mrs. Buchanan
ilso visited her brother. Cecil
Ahait in Portland.
Mrs. Mabel Davidson broke her
arm Sunday when she fell at the
Mrs. Sam Ransier returned to
her home in Garfield. Wash.
Monday after visiting at the
home of her son John Ransier at
Mrs. W. R. Wentworth and Mrs.
Oscar Lundell were Hermiston
visitors last week.
Algott Lundell is remoftelinfr
his home in Gooseberry.
Mrs. Hazel Beers is doing some
papering for Mrs. Fannie Griffith
Mrs. Ida Grabill had her house
Mrs. Caroline Cason of Lone
Heppner Ph. 112
The Dalles Phone 263S
114 E. 2nd St.
"We Go Anywhere.Anytime"
Rock will be crowned queen of
the Eastern Oregon Pioneers as
sociation at its annual encamp
ment at the Julia Henderson Pio
neer grounds on Service creek
near Fossil July 23. Mrs. Cason
is a sister of Mrs. Ida Grabill and
is well known here.
Mrs. Fred Buchanan received
an invitation to the wedding of
her niece, Florence Montague, of
Toppenish, Wash., to Jack Ray
mond Driver to be held at the
Pilgrim Congregational church at
Wapato, Wash. July 22.
Sharon Sorensnn nf Weston is
visiting Arlene McKissick.
Miss Virginia Smith, daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Smith,
and William Snow of Heppner
Were married in Rpnn Inst week
They are living in the Case apart
ments in Heppner.
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home last week from Salem.
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from Salem Saturday where they
stayed at the Laxton McMurray
home. Mrs. Ring reported that
Mrs. McMurray is improving.
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employed at the Pioneer Memo
rial hospital in Heppner.
Dates to remember July 18,
Legion and auxiliary meeting at
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