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Heppner Gazette Times, Thursday, October 5, 1950
Heppner Ph. 1 12
The Dalles Phone 2635
114 E. 2nd St
"We Go Anywhere.Anytime"
HEPPNER FREIGHT LINE
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For Pickup or
For pickup, call
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Padberg Tractor, Lex.
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by Warren Goodrich
"With Junior to helo me. wo
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One Hundred Fifteen Guests Attend
teacher Reception Sponsored By P-TA
By RUTH PANE
'The Citizen Child Our Respon
sibility" was the theme of the
teachers reception held Thurs
day evening at St. . Patrick's
church under the sponsorship of
the Parent Teacher association.
This was a potluck buffet supper
with Rev. Francis McCormack as
master of ceremonies. Harold
Becket, school board member,
gave the teachers' welcome and
James Vanover, the response.
Leonard Pate, superintendent, in
troduced the teachers, telling an
anecdote about each one. Mrs. E.
E. Gonty, P-TA president, pre
sented a past-president pin to
Rev. J. Palmer Sorlien who head
ed the organization last year.
This was followed by an address
by Henry Tetz, principal speaker
of the evening, who elaborated
upon the program theme. Mrs.
Edwin Dick, membership chair
man, spoke briefly on the aims
and plans of her committee for
enlarging the membership of the
organization. A gift was present,
ed to Mrs. Lucy Rodgers, retiring
teacher, for her long service to
the local schools. One hundred
fifteen guests attended the din
The Past Noble Grands club
held its annual dinner and elec
tion of officers at a meeting Fri
day evening at the home of Mrs.
F. E. Parker. Mrs. Clara B. Gert
son was chosen president and
Mrs. John Bergstrom was re-elected
secretary-treasurer. The com
mittee in charge of the dinner
arrangements included Mesdam
es Pearl Devine, John Bergstrom,
A. J. Chaffee and N. D. Bailey.
Nineteen members and two
guests were present.
Several members of the Wom
en's Society of Christian Service
of the Methodist church motored
to Echo Friday afternoon where
they assisted with the organiza
tion of a sub-district convention
of the society which is to be held
in the early spring. Making the
trip were Mrs. Cris Brown, presi
dent; Mrs. Carl McDaniel, Mrs.
Carl Vincent, Mrs. Whitmer
Wright, Miss Opal Briggs, Miss
Ona Gilliam, Mrs. J. Osmin Ha
ger Mrs. Alex Green and Mrs.
Armendus La Douceur.
Mrs. LaVerne Van Marter Jr.
entertained the last of the week
at a pink and blue shower com
plimenting Mrs. Robert Runnion
jr. Present were Mesdames Frank
Connor, Ray Drake, Ray French,
William Richards, Tad Miller,
James McLaughlin, Paul Doherty,
Frank Turner, Garnet Barratt,
Alex Thompson, Oscar Borg, V.
R. Runnion, Sam Turner, Sadie '
Sigsbee, Edna Turner and Ger
trude Applegate. Shower games
were played with Mrs. Applegate
receiving the prize for one game
and Mrs. McLaughlin first prize
for the other game. Refreshments
were served with Mrs. Thompson
assisting about the rooms.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Gammell
motored to The Dalles the last of
the week where she will remain
for a time. He returned home
Mr. and Mrs. Orville Smith, Mr.
and Mrs. P. W. Mahoney and Mr.
and Mrs. Bill Kilkenny of Pen
dleton flew to Seattle during the
week-end to attend the Washington-Minnesota
Sunday guests of Miss Annie,
David and Will Hynd were Mr.
and Mrs. Jack Hynd and Mrs. C.
L. Lieuallen and daughter Su
zanne of Pendleton. They were
accompanied to Heppner by Mrs.
M. L. Case who has been in Pen
dleton for the past several weeks
visiting her brothers, Charles and
Mrs. Adella Duran has moved
into the Smith house on Water
street which was recently vacat
ed by Mr. and Mrs. William Mc-
Caleb Jr. Mrs. Duran has been
living in Umatilla for the past
Rev. and Mrs. Elvon L. Tull
motored to Maryhill Monday to
visit the museum and most espe
cially to view an exhibit of paint
ings by the Rev. Fred Wissenbach
formerly of Pendleton.
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Justus had
as their guests during the week
end, her sister, Mrs. B. L. Kays
and son Phillip of Portland. They
returned to their home Sunday.
Mrs. Fred Pointer of Redmond
visited Sunday in Heppner with
her brother, James Driscoll and
family. The Pointers came over to
Kimberley where they were
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Raymond
Batty for hunting.
Misses Leatha Smith and Janet
Sprouls returned Monday rom
Prineville where they spent a
week with Miss Smith's parents.
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Hayes
and daughter Christine were up
from Arlington Monday to visit
her mother, Mrs. Grace Nicker
son. Mrs. Guy Huston of Milton is
here this week visiting her son
and daughter-in-law, Mr. and
Mrs. Jack Slocum.
Mrs. Sara McNamer and Mrs.
Lucy Rodgers have as their guest
this week Mrs. Agnes Wilcox of
Mrs. Otto East was over from
Prineville durin? the week-end
to visit her daughters, Mrs. Bud
Lynch and Mrs. Lester . Cox of
To All My Old Friends,
I wish to announce that I have purchased the Henderson
Garage and have taken possession as of October 2. It
will be my aim to give my patrons the type of service that
has characterized my work in the past and I invite my
friends and the public in general to drop in ay time.
Every job will be given my personal attention.
COMPLETE AUTOMOTIVE REPAIRING AND
I am installing Modern Tune up Equipment and will be in
position to tune up all late model cars and trucks
LUBE SERVICE and GAS and OIL
The garage will hereafter be known as
Inland Motor Co.
ORAL WRIGHT, Proprietor
Mrs. Harry Nelson and two
daughters arrived Thursday for
a visit with her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Frank E. Parker, who met
them at The Dalles. Mr. Nelson
LOOK for our ad in next week's
paper. lone American Legion.
EXPERIENCED farmer wants
year around work on farm.
Married, 40 years old, one child.
Some shop experience. Phone
3X1, Boardman, or write Guy
Riddle, Boardman, Ore. 29-30c
CAN PLACE IMMEDIATELY IN
WEST UMATILLA AND MOR
ROW COUNTY, reliable man
who can meet the public and
who is interested in full time
permanent position with oppor
tunity to earn better than ave
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kins Co., 137 Dexter Ave., Seat.
tie 9, Washington. 29-34c
FOR SALE One TD-14 Interna
tional tractor; one 51 hill type
International tractor; one 4x4
Chevrolet truck; one '42 IV2
ton Chev. truck. Phone 544,
HERSHEY CANDY BUSINESS
Responsible man or woman to
own and manage a genuine Her
shey Candy, Wrigley Gum and
Life Saver automatic distributing
business in this area. No selling,
No age limit. Previous experience
not important. $950 ivestment
required. Fully secured. Only
spare time needed. Can net $40
to $60 weekly profit. Merchandise
supply guaranteed. State if can
start at once. Write briefly, ABC
O, Box 7747, Portland 12, Oregon.
39 SW Dorion Avenue
came up Monday for several days
Mr. and Mrs. Dick Sporry and
daughter Nancy returned to their
home in Portland Sunday after
spending the week-end here with
her mother, Mrs. Allen Johnston
and Mr. Johnston.
Mr. and Mrs. 'Kemper Snow
were over from Hermiston for the
weekend and were hunting guests
of Mr. and Mrs. Luke Bibby.
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