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Heppner Gazette Times, Thursday, August 17, 1950
lone School Being
Fall Term Opening
By ECHO PALMATTER
The school building has been
painted on the outside and re
decorated on the inside. Firtex
was put on the ceilings in the
class rooms, typing room and the
study hall. A new science room
was remodeled, improvements
were made in the lunch room
and a front entrance added. The
bulding will be rewired. School
will open September 11. Russell
De Bondt, coach, wishes his foot
ball boys to meet with him Aug.
25. The superintendent, Henry
Osibov, and family will move in
to the Paul Pettyjohn house this
The Frank Engelmans had
their house painted recently.
A. C. Swanson is having some
painting done on his store, and
the Wate Crawfords are having
their house redecorated.
Clifford McCabe has been elec
ted as janitor of the lone school.
Mr. and Mrs. Clair Fabian and
children of oPrtland spent the
week-end with her mother, Mrs.
The Sam Estebs are remodel
ing their house.
Mr. and Mrs. Adon Hamlett
are leaving this week for Con
necticut to attend 'an insurance
Mr. nd Mrs. Eugene Normoyle
and children of Hermiston spent
Sunday at the Lee Beckner home.
Helen Fay Baker of Portland
spent the week-end at the home
of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Hen
Mr. nd Mrs. Donald Peterson
and son Kerry are stayng at the
Oscar Peterson home.
Mrs. Fannie Griffith returned
horn eThursday of last week from
Post Falls, Ida. where she visited
her sister, Mrs. Mary Cunnngham
for a few days.
Gene Bauernfeind, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Martn Bauernfeind, of
Morgan, left Friday to enlist in
The lone Garden club met at
the Masonc hall August 9 with
Mrs. W. R. Wentworth and Mrs.
Walter Dobyns as hostesses.
Plans were made and committees'
appointed for the flower show,
plant sale and antique show to
be held at the Legion hall Sept.
11. The club decided to meet with
the school board and IMIA and
dscuss plans for planing trees
near the school house and turfed
Donald Corson is home with his
grandmother, Mrs. Delia Corson,
after being in the Pioneer Me
morial hospital in Heppner with
a broken leg received in a mo
Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Baker and
chlidren left Friday of last week
on a vacation trip which will
take them into Canada.
Judy Howl on is visiting rela
tives in Connell, Wash.
The Maranatha club met at
the home of Mrs. Verner Troedson
Wednesday of last week. The
club decided to have a "parcel
post sale" and the artcles be us
ed at ther bazaar Oct. 14. They
also recevied their Christmas
cards to sell for church funds
Refreshments were served by
Mrs. John Proudfoot and Mrs.
Troedson. Mrs. Frank Engelman
won the door prize.
Mrs. Mable Davidson has rela-
lives visiting from Needles, Calif.
Linda Hams is visiting at the
home of her uncle, Lawrence Da.
vidson, at Toledo.
Omar Rietmann, Oscar Lun
dell and John Ransier and son
Gene delivered a combine near
Condon Tuesday of last week.
Harvesting is nearing an end
in this community. Much wheat
is being unloaded on the ground
at the Archer Daiels-Midland
Mr. and Mrs. Roy
spent the week-end-in
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