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Heppner Gazette Times, Thursday, August 10, 1950
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Mr. and Mrs. Harold Scritsmier
left Sunday for Portland where
they will spend a few days on
business and pleasure.
Mr. and Mrs. James Boland of
The Dalles came up Sunday af
ter their little daughter, Mary,
who has been visiting her grand
parents, Mr. and Mrs .Pirl L.
Sheriff and Mrs. C J. D. Bau
man motored to Portland Sunday.
Seven members of the local
Girl Scout Troon left Mnndav for
a two week's summer camp at
Wind Mountain near Stevenson,
Wash. Making the trip were Ad
elia and Nancy Anderson, Diane
Van Horn, Sally Cohn. Judv
Thompson, Meredith Thomson
and Darlene Connor. They were
taken to the camp by Mr. and
Mrs. Harold Cohn and Steven
Ervin Anderson ana Airs. Aie
na Anderson made a business
trip to Portland Tuesday.
Mrs. Ida Grimes returned Fri
day from a week"s stay in Port
land with her dauemer, Mrs. Lan
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Case of
Clatskanie were here over the
week-end to visit his father, M.
G. E. Ingrum and Wayne Pa
pineau motored to Pendleton Sat.
Mrs. Dora Reed of Spray was
a week-end guest of her sisters,
Mrs. Sophronia Thompson and
Mrs. Lennie Douden.
Mrs. Marvin R. Wightman,
Peggy and Marvin, Jr. left Fri
day evening for Portland to at
tend the wedding of her nephew,
Robert-Lauer Saturday evening.
Mr. Wightman, Janet and Jimmie
preceded them to the city sever
al days earlier. They returned
home Sunday evening except
Mrs. Wightman who remained a
few days to attend buyers mar
ket. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Doolittle
and young son, Dennis Paul,
were here from Portland for a
week-end visit with his parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Lester Doolittle.
J. D. Weed, Condon attorney,
was a business visitor in Hepp
Mr. and Mrs. Frank S. Parker,
Mrs. Frances Mtichell, Mr. and
Mrs. Fred Hoskins and children
of Heppner, and Mr. and Mrs.
John G. Parker and children of
Pendleton motored to Mary Hill,
Wash, where they met the Vaw
ter Parker family of Hood River
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and their guest, Mrs. Florence
Veasey of Houston, Texas for a
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Evans and
children, Mrs. Alma Morgan and
Mrs. Juanita Massey and chil
dren spent Saturday evening In
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Runnion
Jr. have moved from Eugene
and are at home on the Sam
Turner ranch in Sand Hollow.
Mr. and Mrs. Keith Marshall
ad children of McMinnville were
week-end guests of her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Hughes Their
daughter Julia Lee remained in
Heppner for a longer stay with
her grandparents. Returning to
Salem with the Marshalls on
Sunday was Mary Olive Hughes
who has been with her parents
for thepast two weeks.
Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Parrish
and son, Richard, were here
from Portland to spend the week
ed with his parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Mrs. Lulu Kleinegger of Grants
Pass arrived Monday for an ex
tended visit here with her sis
ter, Mrs. Alice Gentry.
Michael and David Reeves
have returned from a month's
visit in Baker with their grand-
Rev. and Mrs. J. Palmer Sorlein
and daughter, Meredith Ann are
vacationing in Seattle and other
points in Washington. During
their absence, Rev. L. G. Wetzel
is conducting services at the
Henry Aiken has returned to
his home after spending several
days in Pioneer Memorial hospi
VISIT RELATIVES HERE
Enroute to their home at Ft.
Steilacoom, Wash, after attend
ing the Shrine convention in Los
Angeles and then spending six
weeks touring southern and wes
tern states, Mr. and Mrs. Clay
ton Wright arrived in Heppner
Saturday to visit for a few days
with their nephew, Whitmer
Wright, and family. The follow
ing morning, Mr .and Mrs. Char
les Smith and children, Kathryn
and Duane of Bellingham, Wash.,
arrived at the Wright home here
Mrs. Smith is a cousin of Whit
mer Wright and a daughter of
the Clayton Wrights. It turned
out to be a surprise all around
as the Smiths had no idea their
parents were anywhere near
Heppner. Whitmer Wright is
with the forest service in the
Heppner ranger district.
fnntiniipd from Paee 1
thprp have been some things
done by your park committee.
And the town is growing, iveep
up the good worn.
Rom SnnHv. Julv 23 at Pomona
Calif., to Mr. and Mrs. Don Peo
ples, a 7 pound 3 ounce baby
p-irl. fihp has heen named Linda
Carol. Mrs. Peoples is the for
mer Merlene Miller, daugnier oi
Mr and Mrs. Mprlp Miller of
Baker but for many years resi
dents of Morrow county.
Antip rjnndman. brother of
Mrs. Paul Brown, was a visitor at
the Brown home Tuesday. He
had visited at Burns lor a lew
davs with relatives there and
was on his way to his home in
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CARD OF THANKS
We wish to express our sincere
appreciation to neighbors and
friends for their expressions of
sympathy and for the lovely
floral tributes to the memory of
our beloved Mane.
James A. Walters and
son and the Healy family.
LOST Harvel round wristwatch,
leather strap. snocK ana rust,
proof. Lost at spring across
from rodeo stand Sunday, July
30 after the softball game.
Leave at G-T office or write
me at lone. Gaylord Salter.
NOTICE OF FINAL HEARING
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
that the undersigned Adminis
tratrix of the estate of REBECCA
ANN JENKINS, deceased, has
filed her Final Account and re
port in the said estate with the
Clerk of this Court and that the
Judge thereof has fixed Monday,
the 11th day of September, 1950,
at the hour of 10:00 o'clock a.
m., as the time in the County
Courtroom in the Courthouse in
Heppner, Morrow County, Ore
gon, as the time and place for
hearing objections to the said
Final Account and the settlement
MAMIE ELVIRA HARWOOD
Administratrix of the Estate
of Rebecca Ann Jenkins, re
ceased. P. W. Mahoney
Attorney for the Adminis
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