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Heppner Gazette Times, Thursday, September 14, 1950
Page 4
lone Garden Club
Holds Fall Flower
And Antique Show
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were vV.s
hold its
-'..int sale
y.s- svtticjues
sr.-iorj them
bibles, pictures, dishes, fancy
work, guns and jewelry. Those
receiving prbas for flowers were:
Annuals, first, Mrs. Clifford Carl
son; second, Mrs. Otto Lindstrom
and third, Mrs. Frank Engelman.
Perennials: first, Mrs. Frederick
Martin; second, Mrs. Wra. Berg
strom, third, Mrs. Robert Seaton.
Mixed bouquet: First, Mrs. En
gelman; second, Mrs. Mary
Swanson; third, Mrs. G. Her
mann. Single color: First. Mrs.
Fannie Griffith; second Mrs. F.
Martin; third, Mrs. Robert Sea
ton. Decorative: First, Mrs. Mar-
a new triumph
in silverware design
I 52 piece service.for 8
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life. Each piece bears America's oldest and
finest name in silverplate. Own uajjodil
this very night!
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Peterson's Jewelers
tin; second, Mrs. Wentworth;
third, Mrs. Mary Swanson. Dec
orative fruit and flower: First,
Mrs. O. E. Lundell; second, Mrs.
Clifford Carlson. Miniature: First
Mrs. Roy Lindstrom; second, Mrs.
Fannie Girffith. Eight-inch mini
ature: First. Mrs. Martin. Decora
tive novelty: First, Mrs. Wm.
Bergstrom; second, Mrs. O. L.
Lundell. Geranium: First, Mrs.
Engelman, second, Mrs. Lana
l'adberg. Roses: First, Mrs. Omar
Rietmann; second, . Mrs. Harry
Yamell; third, Mrs. Phil Griffin.
Dahlia: First, Mrs. C. W. Swan
son; second, Mrs. Otto Lind
strom. Oleander: First, Mrs. C. W.
Swanson. Carnation: First, Mrs.
Omar Rietmann. Rose Sharon:
First, Mrs. F. Engelman. Cosmos:
First, Mrs. L. Padberg. Zinnia:
First, Mrs. Griffith, second, Mrs.
Martin. Gladioli: First, Mrs. Sam
Esteb. Snapdragons: First, Mrs.
Wentworth, second, Mts. L. Pad
berg. Cosmos: First and third,
Mrs. Omar Rietmann, second.
Mrs. L. Padberg. One flower: Ma
rigold, first, Mrs. Seaton; anem
one, first, Mrs. L. Padberg; asters,
first, Mrs. Paul O'Meara, second,
Mrs. L. Padberg; nasturtium, 1st
Mrs. Edith Nichoson. second, Mrs.
O. Lindstrom; fluted petunia,
first, Mrs. Griffith; plain petunia,
first, Mrs. Martin, second Mrs.
Wentworth; Coxcomb, first, Mrs.
G. Hermann; house plants, first,
Mrs. Matthew Ball, second, Mrs.
L. Padberg; potted plants, first,
Mrs. Griffin; dish garden, first,
Mrs. Echo Palmateer. Mrs. B. C.
Forsythe of Heppner, Mrs. Harry
Andrews of Echo and Miss Alma
Rohrman of Pendleton were the
judges. Tea, coffee and cookies
were served.
Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Wood of
Portland and Mr. and Mrs. Har
lan Devin and children of Con
don were week-end visitors at
the Lana Padberg home.
Miss Barbara Smith visited
Miss Mary Doherty at Hermiston
over the week-end.
B. C. Forsythe former superin
tendent of lone schools, is teach
ing temporarily at Parkdale.
Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Lundell re
turned home from a trip to the
coast and Crescent City, Calif.
Sunday. On their trip they vis
ited Leon Lundell at North Bend
and W. E. Bullard at Gold Beach.
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Pettyjohn
and children vacationed at the
Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Ring and
Linda Rowell visited the state
fair and at the home of Laxton
McMurray. Other state fair vis
itors were Bill Rowell, Jim Sav
age and David Barnett.
Barbara Jackson is attending
high school at Washougal, Wash.
Mrs. Merle Baker received word
that her brother, Jack Holland,
17, of Bakersfield, Calif, was kill
ed in action August 2, in Korea.
Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Linn
of Oregon City visited relatives
here last week.
Miss Lola Ann McCabe, daugh
ter of Mr. and Mrs. L. A. McCabe,
and James Pettyjohn, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Fred Pettyjohn, went to
Reno, Nev. to be married last
week. They were accompanied by
Claude Pettyjohn.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Ingalls
and A. A. McCabe of Adams
spent Suday with relatives here,
Mr. and Mrs. Howard Eubanks
and children of Arlington were
Monument Lookout
Station Locale For
Family Gathering
Monument's lookout station on
the top of Monument mountain
was the scene of a family reun
ion Sunday. The Geinger family
of Cottonwood, 47 in all, gather-
(big in all but cost)
varythlng but the pries tag lays Ford'i
Mr. BIGI You flet BIG-ear power and quiet
from Ford' 100 horiepower V-8 ond 95
horsepower "Six" . . . plui the BIG-pf
roominess of Sofo-Wlde seals and a 4-foot
deep luaaage locker , . . and the BIG-car
safety of 35 easier-acting King-Size Brakes.
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There's all thlt BIG-car comfort ond quiet
yet you save oil the way. You save on
first cost. You save on upkeep. And, with
features like Ford's rugged "Lifeguard"
tody stretching the car's life, Ford brings
you more In resale value, tool
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Rose wall Motor Co.
visitors here last week.
Bob Rietmann, Jimmy Barnett,
Ernest McCabe and Mrs. Cecil
Thome attended the American
Legion convention at Grants Pass
last week. They reported a fine
convention. While there they vis
ited the Oregon Caves, Crater
Lake and the Mystery House.
Mrs. Thome was elected district
president of district No. 6 of the
auxiliary. Mrs. Echo Palmateer,
correspondent for the Oregon Le
gionnaire for lone Post 95, re
ceived an award of excellence on
post activities news.
Edison Morgan and children
spent a few days last week at
the stale fair and visited his sis
ter, Mrs. Perry Bartleman, in
Cherie Corley, daughter of Mr.
arid Mrs. Walter Corley, returned
from The Dalles hospital Friday
where she was treated for a bro
ken arm.
Miss Gladys Breshers of Los
Angeles, Claude Breshers of Lyle,
Wash, are visiting their parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Dale Ray. A grand
son, Tommy Breshers of Lyle, is
also visitiniz them.
Mr. and Mrs. Delmer Crawford
returned home Saturday evening
from a vacation on the coast.
Mr. and Mrs. Norman Griffin
and children of Portland spent
the week-end at the Phil Griffin
Mrs. Cleo Drake and daughter
Dolores returned last week from
a trip to the coast and to Salem
where they attended the state
fair. Thev reported seeing E. S.
Stultz who is an employee at the
fair and a former teacher here.
Mrs. Eldon Tucker is with her
husband in Portland where he is
stationed at present.
Mrs. James Lindsay returned
from Portland last week. Her
mother, Mrs. D. W. Akers accom
panied her home for a visit. S
Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Jones
and family were recent visitors
in Portland and way points.
Mrs. John Osteen, who has
been visiting her mother, Mrs.
Minnie Forbes, left Supday for
her home in Oakdale, Calif. She
went as far as Portland with
Kenneth Smouse.
Mrs. Edith Nichoson and dau
ghter Alice are visiting relatives
in Washington.
Billie Hubbard returned from
the St. Anthony's hospitnal in
Pendleton Monday where he re
ceived treatment for a broken
Mrs. Lena Boldt of Chicago left
for California Monday. She has
been a guest at the G. Hermnn
home for the past six months.
Rev. A. H. Reitz of Hermiston
spent Monday at the G. Hermann
Robert Drake took his physical
last week for the armed forces.
Lyle (Pinky) Allyn of Oakland
Calif, is spending his vacation
here and in Lexington.
Funeral services for William
Arthur Hayes were held in Ste
phen ville, Texas, September 3,
with Rev. W. H. McQueary offi
ciating. Interment was in the
Lingleville" cemetery.
Mr. Haves wa shorn April 16,
1884 in Valley Spring, Ark. He
lived in Lingleville, Texas until
a young man and then came to
lone where he lived 43 years. He
was engaged in wheat farming.
He was a veteran of World War I,
a member of the American Le
gion, the Elks lodge and the Me
thodist church
Mr. Hayes went to Mineral
Wells, Texas last November to
visit his sister, Mrs. A. R. Nichols
and after he became ill was tak
en to a hospital in Fort Worth.
He is survived by his sister and
a brother, F. C. Hayes of Steph
enville. Another brother, M. J.
Hayes, died recently.
Dates to remember: Sept. 15,
1IEC Willows grange. 16, grange
meeting , at 8 p. m.. 17, Potluck
dinner and business meeting of
Cooperative church. 19, Legion
auxiliary meeting. 20,Amica club
meeting. 22, Three Links club. 23,
Topic club at 2 p. m. Masonic
Mr. ad Mrs .Frederick Martin
and children returned home Sun
day from a trip to Suttlo lake,
Roseburg, West Linn and Astoria.
On their trip they picked huckle
berries and wild blackberries.
Bruce Smith and John Hatfield
spent the week-end in Seattle.
Mr. and Mrs. William Berg
strom and Erik were rceent visit
ors in Seattle. Rudy Bergstrom,
who was already there, returned
home with them. They enjoyed
deep sea fishing while there.
Schools started here Monday
with a full corps of teachers.
There were 98 enrolled in the
grade school and 43 in high
school. The 10 beginners are Ga
ry Morgan, Leslie Madden, Mar
vin Padberg, Linda Halvorsen,
Ralph Martin, James 'Howton,
Kenneth Nelson, Deanna Petty
john, Geraldine Morgan and Mi
chele Morrison.
Bus drivers for the lone school
are Gordon White, Rhea Creek;
John Bryson, Gooseberry; Fred
Buchanan, Dry Fork; Adon Ham
lett, South lone; Henry Turner,
Rocky Bluff; John Eubanks, West
lone; Merle Baker, Northeast
lone, and Clifford McCabe, north
ed at the Aubrey Crum's home.
Mrs. Jennie Geinger who is 83
years young, had all ten of her
children together for the first
time since 1932. Coming from a
distance were Rea Geinger and
daughter of Colville, Wash.; and
Mr. and Msr. Fred McWillis of
Redmond. Rea and daughter ar
rived on the 6th and will leave
Sept. 12 for their home. Mr. and
Mrs. McWillis made the round
trip in one day. A friend, Mrs.
Bessie Dobbins of Kansas City
was present and will visit here
several months before returning
to her home in Missouri.
Mr. and Mrs. George Capon
were among those from Monu
ment attending the rodeo in Hep.
pner Saturday.
Rho Bleakman attended to
matters of business in John Day
Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Griggs
and children spent Staurday and
Sunday in Heppner.
Mr. and Mrs. Haskell Hobby
and daughter Margery Ann took
nis mother to Boise Saturday.
They returned Sunday.
Harry Owens of the Ritter
country spent the week-end in
Monument with his family.
Mr. and Mrs. Bob Criswell and
daughter of Hamilton visited in
Monument Sunday.
Rufus Bible who has made his
home in Arizona the past year
visited relatives here last week.
Mr. and Mrs. Volney McHaley
of Kimberly drove to Salem Tues
day to attend the state fair.
Mr. and Mrs. Emory Moore at
tended a R. E. A. convention in
Portland this week.
Mrs. Lindell Broadfoot and in
fant daughter came home from
the hospital Thursday.
Darlene Capon is one of the
princesses of the Grant County
fair and accompanied the queen
and other princesses to Heppner
Saturday. They were chaperoned
by MrS. Bond.
Flatt's Transfer
and Storage
Heppner Ph. 1 12
The Dalles Phone 2635
114 E. 2nd St
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HELEN RICH Wasco, Ore.
Arrives at Heppner,
Lexington and Ions
For Pickup or
For pickup, call
Red & White, Heppner
Padberg Tractor, Lex. '
Omar Rietmann, lone
Connecting Carrier for
Consolidated Freightways
$ndwiches WITH
Youngsters like the tangy
goodness of Mayflower
Cheddar and it's the finest
body-building food you can
give them for school lunches.
Put Mayflower Cheddar
Cheese on your shopping list
teep this Date in ElflinrJ
Admission prices afternoon and evening, unless specifically advertised to be otborwise Children :
Est. Price .17, Fed. Tax .03, TOTAL 20c; Grade and High School Students 12 years and over: Est.
Price .40, Fed. Tax. .10, TOTAL 50c ; Adults I Est. Price .50, Fed. Tax .10, TOTAL 60c. Every Child
occupying a seat must have a ticket.
Sunday shows continuous from 1pm. Phone 1472 for starting time of the dif
ferent shows. All programs except Sunday start at 7:30 p. m.
Friday-Saturday, Sept. 15-16
Tim Holt and his pal, Chito, are the rid
ers the range is in Arizona and all the
rest is hang-up western action.
Roddy McDowall, Laurette Luez, Eddie
Norris, Roland Winters
Exciting adventure among the shark boat
operators of a Mexican fishing village.
Sunday-Monday, Sept. 17-18
Marie Wilson, John Lund, Dean Martin
Diana Lynn, Jerry Lewis, Corinne Cal
vert, plus Pierre, a chimp who's no
The same zany group of characters who
brought on gales of laughter in the first
"Irma" picture are now transplanted to
the colorful country around Reno for a
wild, wild western.
Tuesday-Wednesday, Sept. 19-20
Ronald Reagan, Patricia Need, Richard
Todd, Anthony Nicholls
A touching and humorous motion picture
dealing with the impact of war but with
little of actual war in it. It's first-class!
Thurs.-Fri.-Sat., Sept. 21-22-23
Wanda Hendrix, Audie Murphy, Burl
Ives, Dean Jagger, Richard Rober, An
thony Curtis
A big and satisfying hunk of western en
tertainment - photographed in Techni
color. PLUS
The Big Fight
A Joe Palooka comedy-drama