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Heppner Gazette Times, Thursday, May 10, 1951
Banquet And Prom
Highlight Social Life
Of lone Community
The junior-senior banquet and
prom were held Friday night in
the (school gym which was decor
ated in "Stardust" theme. The
ceiling w as blue with silver stars,
the curtains were red and gray,
senior class colors and the booth
for the punch bowl was trimmed
with red and gray crepe paper
with the numeral '51. Spring
flowers were placed about the
A bountiful turkey dinner was
served by the PTA with the Soph
omores acting as waiters. The
program consisted of a welcome
by LeRoy Brenner, president of
the junior class, and the response
by John Bristow senior class pre
sident; address by Henry Osibov,
superintendent of school; history
by Jane Seehafer; will, Ronald
Baker; prophecy, Ingrid Her
mann, and a talk, "Stardust" by
Frank Ellis, upper grade teacher.
Robert Kincaid and Ingrid Her
mann were king and queen of
A joint meeting of the Ameri
can Legion post and auxiliary
was held May 1 at their hall.
Mrs. Cecil Thome, president of
District 6, gave a talk. Other
guests were Mr. and Mrs. John
Olson of Umatilla; who each
spoke on child welfare; Dean
Rightmire, Toby Tobin of Pendle
ton and Robert Burrington of
DATES TO REMEMBER:
May 11, Topic club, Algott Lun.
dell home at 2:15 p. m. Mother
daughter banquet 6:30 p. m.
May 15 Legion and auxiliary
May 16 Arnica Club meeting.
A Good Stock of
Tires on Hand Now
Federal Regulations prohibit the use of
crude rubber for tires for every tire under
All tires will be 100 synthetic
rubber after the present stock
of crude rubber tires is deplet
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Heppner Hardware and
May 18 HEC of Willows grange.
May 19 Clean-up day.
Mr. and Mrs. John Healy of
Butter creek spent Sunday at
the home of their daughter, Mrs.
Charles White of Pacific uni
versity spent the week-end with
his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Gordon
Baptismal services were held
at the Catholic church Sunday
for James Lee, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Garland Swanson. Denny
and Jean Ann were the godpa
rents. Little James was born on
his brother Denny's 14th birth
day, April 25.
Mrs. Omar Rietmann enter
tained the Eastern Star social
club at a luncheon May 2 with
Msr. Sam McMillan as cohostess.
Pinochle was played and Mrs.
Mervin Leonard won high and
Mrs. Ella Davidson low scores.
Mr. and Mrs. Omar Rietmann,
Mrs. Roy Lindstrom, Mrs. Charles
O'Connor, Mrs. James Lindsay
and Mrs. Sam McMillan attended
the district meeting of Eastern
Star at Hermiston Sunday.
The lone school band played
for the Elks at Heppner Thurs
day evening and on the street
Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Lundell en
tertained at a coffee hour Sun
day with the following guests:
Mr. and Mrs. Algott Lundell;
Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Lundell
and daughters; Mr. and Mrs.
Wallace Lundell and son, Mr.
and Mis. Adon Hamlet and Mfs.
Mary Swanson. -
Harry Yarnell and Art Ritchie
are putting the brick sfding on
their new houses.
I Ruby Ann Rietmann snent the
week-end with her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Victor Rietmann. She
was accompanied by Miss Carol
White, also a student at EOCE.
Mr. and Mns. Harold Martin
and sons of Hermiston were vis
itors at the Henry Clark home
Mrs. Ralph Crum gave a party
for her son Jack on his 8th birth
day Staurday afternoon. About
20 little guests were present.
Mr. and Mrs. Art Christenson
and daughter Dianne of Moro
visited the E. M. Bakers and at
tended the Prom.
Larry Kegley and son, Larry
Mack, of Hood River were week
end guests atthe Ralph Crum
home. Kegley is a brother-in-law
of Mr. Crum.
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Pettyjohn
were Walla Walla visitors Thurs
day of last week. They traded
their car for another one.
Mr. and Mns. Frank Lundell
and son Merle of Milwaukie
were week-end visitors here.
Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Lundell
and son spent the week-end with
his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Algott
Mr. and Mrs. Bill Rowell of
Pasco, Wash, were visitors at the
home of her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Cleo Drake over the week
end. The Walter Dobyns recently
purchased an electric organ.
Mrs. Martin Johnson returned
home Saturday from the hospital
in Walla Walla where she was
treated for injuries received in
an auto accident.
Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Howton are
the parents of a daughter, Joyce
Ellen, born May 3 at the Pioneer
Memorial hospital in Heppner.
Weight 8 pounds, three aunces.
Mrs. W. R. Wentworth was el
ected president of the lone ex
tension unit for the coming year.
Other officers are, vice president,
Mrs. David Rietmann and secretary-treasurer.
Mrs. L. A. McCabe.
I Mrs . James Lindsay, present
j chairman, reported that $15 was
I turned over to the Azalea House
j at Oregon State college. This
; money was raised from the sale
) of pie and coffee at the square
l dances. Mrs. E. M. Baker gave a
report on theHome Makers day
in Heppner, April 30. After the
meeting. Mrs. Maude Casswell
gave a demonstration on freezing
At a regular meeting of the
Rebokah lodge it was decided to
serve a pot luck dinner at 12:30
p. m. to workers that clean up
the I.O.O.F. cemetery May 19.
Anyone who wishes may help on
this clean-up. Refreshments were
served after the meeting by Mrs.
Charles O'Connor, Mrs. Louis
Ball and Mrs. Omar Rietmann.
The Ladies Aid and missionary
meeting was held at the Congre
gational church parlor May 3.
Those serving lunch were Mns.
Delia Corson, Mrs. Frank Engel-
man and Mrs. Ella Davidson
Rev. A. Shirley, pastor of the
Co-operative church announced
that he would like to see the old
custom of the family pew in the
church Mother's Day, May 13,
where the whole family went to
church with the children sitting
between the father and mother.
lone grade school was defeated
in a" baseball game at Echo Sat
Mrs. Creston Black returned
to lone last week from Aloha
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Horton of
Astoria visited at the home of
their daughter, Mrs. Frederick
Martin, the first of the week.
Frank Sloan of Stanfield, past
district deputy grand master of
the Masonic order for the past
zi years was a guest at the meet
ing of the Masons May 2. He
was presented with a Masonic
Bible. Other guests were there
from Stanfield and Echo.
The E.O.A. which consists of
the teachers of Morrow county
held a picnic lunch and a meet
ing at the school house the eve
ning of May 1. The women tea
chers and the high school girls'
league cooked and served the
The high school was defeated
in a baseball game at Board
manMonday. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Smouse
are the parents of a son born
May 7 at the St. Anthony's hos
pital in Pendleton.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Cole of Was
co visited at the home of their
son, Earl McKinney over the
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Buschke of
Morgan were in Pendleton Mon
day. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Heliker
spent the week-end at their
MRS MIKESELL HONORED
ON 70TH BIRTHDAY
Mrs. L. D. Tibbies, Mns. Harry
Van Horn and Mrs. J. G. Thomson
honored Mrs. May Mikesell on
her 70th birthday, May 4, with a
surprise tea at the home of Mrs.
Thomson. She was presented
with a traveling case.
The guest list included Mrs. L.
E. Ruhl. Mrs. L. C. Miles, Mrs.
Elbert Cox, Mrs. Ernest Winches
ter, Mrs. Grace Nickerson, Mrs.
Robert Dobbs, Mrs. Sara McNa
mer, Mrs. Gene Wells, Mrs. Dean
Gilman, Miss Opal Briggs, and
Miss Marjorie Warner.
EASTERN STAR MEETING
Due to a conflict with other
events, the special program hon
oring mothers and fathers set
for Friday evening, May 11, has
been postponed. A special meet
ing will be held May 18 to car
ry out the planned program.
WORDS OF APPRECIATION
To all my friends: Your cards,
flowers and other gifts and calls
were wonderful and I thank you
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Thurs-Friday-Sat., May 10-11-12
GENE AUTRY AND THE
Gene Autry, Champion and the Mountles
"get their man" on an exciting renegade
hunt in the Canadian Northwest. Plus
The Petty Girl
Robert Cumxnings, Joan Caullleld, Elsa
Bright songs, lively dance numbers and
light romance, all done up in Technico
lor, for the moviegoer who comes lor
relaxation and entertainment!
Sunday-Monday, May 13-14
Judy Kolliday, Broderick Crawford, Wil
liam Holder. Howard St John, Frank
Here she is! Judy Holllday, winner of the
Academy Award for Best Actress of the
Year, for her portrayal in this picture.
The screen version of Garson Kanin's
play Is a Bmash comedy hit...a must-see.
(Mother wasn't "Bom Yesterday" so she.
knows all about swell motion picture
entertainment ... take her to see "Born
Yesterday" on Her Day Mother's Day,
Sunday, May 13.) ,
Tues.-Wed.-Thurs., May 15-16-17
Alan Ladd, Mona Freeman, Charles Bick
ford, Robert Keith, Joseph Calleia
Outdoor drama of the Old West with color
by Technicolor ... this action-packed film
was suggested by a novel by Max Brand.
Friday-Saturday, May 18-19
Friday and Saturday, May 18-19
Jerome Courtland, Beverly Tyler, Joseph
Technicolor western with great appeal
for horse lovens.
Eddy Arnold (the Tennessee Plowboy),
Jeff Donnell, Jock O'Mahoney, Caro
lina Cotton, Big Boy Williams, Douglas
A simple little yarn, full of hill-billy bal
lads and straight-forward humor.
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