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    Heppner Gazette Times, Thursday, November 30, 1950
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Lundell Reunion
Dinner Served at
lone Grange Hall
Sixty-four relatives attended
the Lundell family reunion at
the grange hall Thanksgiving
day. Mrs. Mary Swanson gave a
history of the Lundell family and
Oscar Lundell gave a talk on fhe
name which was originally Hild-
ing. The following officers were
re-elected: President, Oscar Lun
dell; vice president, E. R. Lun
dell.; secretary-treasurer, Mrs. O.
Lindstrom; historian, Mrs. Mary
Swanson, and sergeant-at-arms,
Algott Lundell. Those coming
from a distance were Mr. and
Mrs. Harland Lundell and child
ren of Boise, Ida., Mr. and Mrs.
Norman Swanson and children
and Mr. and Mrs. Eldon Tucker
of Portland, Mr. and Mrs. Warren
Crutcher and Mr. and Mrs. Ken
neth Crutcher and son Lee of
Boring, and Mr. and Mrs. Elmo
McMillan of Salem.
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Farance
and son of Walla Walla spent
fhe week-end with her aunt,
Mrs. Rose Doherty.
Rev. and Mrs. A. Shirley spent
Thanksgiving with their son Ray.
mond Shirley ana lamuy in
Mr. and Mrs. Billy Eagle and
son oi uaKesaaie, wasn. were
euests at the Cecil Thome home
for the holidays. Billy is the son
of Mrs. Thorne.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Osibov and
children visited in Hood River
last week.
Mr. and Mrs. B. Rice of The
Dalles spent last week at the
home of their son, Lloyd.
Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Fletcher
visited at f he home of their dau
ghter Mrs. Chester Boyle in St.
Helens on Thanksgiving.
Portland visitors over the week
end were Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd
Morgan, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Pet
tyjohn, Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Kris-
tow, Mr. and Mrs. Lioya Kice,
Mr. and Mrs. Darrell Padberg,
Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Lundell,
Bob and Bill Rietmann, Robert
Drake, Rollo Crawford, Henry Pe
terson and son Herbert, Mr. and
Mrs. Oscar Peterson, Alfon Yar
nell and Robert Jepsen. Many of
them attended the Oregon-OSC
game Saturday.
Bridge and pinochle were in
play at the social meeting of the
Topic club Monday afternoon of
last week. Prizes won in bridge
included high score by Mrs. Mary
Swanson, low Mrs. Dixon Smith;
pinochle: high, Mrs. bam Mc
Millan, low Mrs. Paul Pettyjohn.
Hostesses were Mrs. Cleo Drake,
Mrs. John Proudfoot and Mrs.
Adon Hamletf.
Mr. and Mrs. John Bryson, Mrs.
Lana Padberg and grandchildren
Marvin and LeAnn, Louis Pad
berg and son Earl spent Thanks
giving at the home of Leslie
Roundy in Kennewick, Wash.
Guests at the Ed Buschke home
at Morgan Thanksgiving were
Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Heliker and
Mrs. M. E. Cotter.
The McCabe hunting party re
turned with two elk last week.
Word was received of the death
of J. C. Ware af, Olympia, Wash.
Nov. 21. He was the lather oi
Mrs. Noel Dobyns and had visit
ed here a few times. Mr. and Mrs.
Noel Dobyns attended the funeral
Mrs. John Skuzeski Jr. and son
of Lebanon are visiting her par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Peterson.
Alfred Nelson and daughter
Nellie of King's City, Calif, were
lone visitors last week.
Mr. and Mrs. Howard Nottage
of Portland spent Thanksgiving
with her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Johan Troedson.
Students home from college for
the week-end were Helmuth Her
mann, Shirlee Smouse and Bar
bara Smith, University of Oregon;
Tommy Doherty and Bruce Smith,
Oreeon State college; Robert Pe
terson, Willamette; Ruby Ann
Rietmann. Mat Doherty and Rob
ert Jepsen, EOCE; Roland and
Walter Bergsf rom and Fayne Ely,
Pacific university, and Koss Do
hertv. Whitman.
Mr. and Mrs. unnora L,ampnen
and children of Prosser spent
Thanksgiving at the home of his
sister. Mrs. L. L. Howton..
Gene Bauernfelnd or the U. b.
navy spent lhanKsgiving aay
with his parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Martin Bauernteind at Morgan.
He has been stationed at Seatf le
but was sent to Kodiak, Alaska.
The new furnce is being ins
talled at the Co-operative church
the plumbinc is being repaired
and new steps built in front of
the church. The ladies of the
community are serving the noon
meals for the workers.
Gene Rietmann leit rriaay ev
ening on the Streamliner from
Pendleton for an army camp near
Atlanta, Ga. where he will enter
an MP school.
Mr. and Mrs. David Rietmann
entertained the Rietmann famil
ies at Thanksgiving dinner. Fres
ent were Mr. and Mrs. Victor Pe
torsnn and family from The Dal
Ins. Mr. and Mrs. Omar Rietmann
and sons. Mr. and Mrs. Victor
Rlefmann and family, Mrs. Jua
nita Rietmann, Mrs. a. uma, uuo
Rietmann and Walter Rietmann.
Thankseivine guests of the
Ted Palmateers were Mr. and
Mrs. John Healy and son Billy
from Butter creek, Mr. ana Mrs,
Jack Healv and children and Mr
and Mrs. Harrv O'Donnell Jr. of
Hennner and Mr. and Mrs. Pete
Cannon and Mrs. Echo Palmateer,
Mr. and Mrs. John Voorhees
and daughters of Portland and
dren of Helix were holiday visit
tors at fhe Wate Crawford home.
The American Legion auxiliary
met at the hall Tuesday evening
of last week. Mrs. Eldon Padberg
chairman of rehabilitation urges
anyone wanting to give gifts to
the gift shop for veterans to
bring them to the next meeting
Dec. 5 or leave them at the Wal.
ter Corley home. A play, "He
Couldn't Marry Five," will be
given the forst part of next year.
The unit was put out jars in the
business houses for money for
gifts for the Yanks. $2 was dona
ted to the veterans at Walla Wal
la. Refreshments were served by
Mrs. Victor Rietmann.
A Thanksgiving community
dinner was held at the I. O. O. F.
hall in Morgan again this year.
Until recent years this was an
annual affair for many years.
The people of the Morgan district
have sanded the floor of the old
school house, put on a new roof
and elcefric wiring. This will be
used for community affairs. The
I. O. O. F. hall was partly re-
New uniforms will be pur
chased for members of the lone
school band.
Dinner guests at the Dixon
Smith home on Thanksgiving
were Mr. and Mrs. Dan O'Hara of
The Dalles, Mr. and Mrs. Ted
Smith of Heppner and Mr. and
Mrs. Harvey Smith.
Mrs. Oscar Peterson was host
ess at a stork shower at her home
Nov. 17 in honor of Mrs. Edgar
Collison of Heppner.
Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Mat
thews and daughters spent last,
week visiting relatives in Rose,
George Ely spent the holidays
with his son and daughter-in-law,
Mr. and Mrs. Francis Ely,
in Salem.
Mr. and Mrs. Donald Peterson
and son are in Portland.
Mr. and Mrs. Bert Williams
moved into the Ida Coleman
house on Second street.
Mr. and Mrs. Ray Heimbigner
and children visited relatives in
Odessa, Wash, last wek.
Mrs. Fannie Griffith is visiting
relatives in San Francisco.
Fred Ely of Morgan is visiting
at the home of his son David in
Mr. and Mrs. Robert DeSpaln
and Bobby Lee spent Thanksgiv
ing with her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Roy Lieuallen near Gresh-
Mrs. Mary Jackson has been ill
at her home.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Yarnell and
son Alton spent the holidays in
Portland and in Vancouver where
they visited t.neir son Clifford
Yarnell. ,
George Griffith made a trip to
Portland and Corvallis last week.
Dr. and Mrs. Robert Hooper
and children Leila, Carmen, Rob
ert and George of Forest Grove
were guests at the Gordon White
home for a week, The Hoopers
and Whites spent Friday of last
week in Umatilla.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Ellis visit
ed relatives in Milton-Freewater
o nThanksgiving.
Miss Barbara Johnson spent the
weekend with relatives at Baker.
Dates to remember: Dec. 1, Ex
tension unit meeting 10 a. m.
3 p. m. Congregational church.
Subject, rug making. Sack lunch.
Dec. 3, winter flower display and
tea at Legion hall from 2 to 5 p.
m. Dec. 6, Eastern Star Social
club meeting. Dec. 7, Ladies Aid
bazaar and tea at Congrega
tional church in afternoon. Dec.
8, study meeting of Topic club.
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