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    Heppner Gazette Times, Thursday, May 24, 1951
Page 3
New and Used
Accessories, Tension Adjustments, Clean
ing and Repair on AllMakes
for free demonstrations on new machines,
each Wednesday at Gilliam & Bisbee
Final Tribute Paid
To Memory of
Mrs. Frank Lindsey
Funeral services were held at
2:30 p. m. Saturday at the Co-operative
church for Mrs.Mildred
Lindsey, with Rev. A. Shirley of
ficiating. Mrs. Walter Roberts
and Mrs. Paul Pettyjohn sang
will be modeled by a dozen girls
Saturday Evening, May 26
Style Show by Heppner American
Legion Auxiliary
Attend the Style Show, see these garments on live models,
then oome in and try them on . . . You will like them even
better on yourself.
. . Claudien 4
.... it is fitting that we pause to pay tribute
to those who have gone on . . . Wednesday,
May 30, is the day of Remembrance.
Get Your Memorial Day Supplies Here
Cut Flowers : : Artificial Wreaths and
Cemetery Vases.
Heppner Flower Shop
Open All Day Memorial Day
Phone 3 1 2 Laurel Van Marter, Owner
'In the Garden" and 'The Old
Rugged Cross" accompanied by
Mrs. Cleo Drake. The pallbearers
were Albert, Franklin, and Roy
Lindstrom, John Ransier, Ed
Buschke and Carl Troedson.
Phelps Funeral Home had charge
and interment was in the I.O.O.F.
cemetery. Mildred Sampson was
born at Lafayette July 26, 1875
and died at the Pioneer Memorial
hospital in Heppner May 16, 1951.
She was married to Frank H.
Lindsey 35 years ago. He preced
ed her in death seven weeks ago.
She leaves to mourn her loss, a
foster daughter, Mrs. Nancy Ward
of Riddle, a niece, Clementine
Bonney, Springfield, Calif., and a
nephew, Oscar Sampson of Carl
ton, and a host of friends.
Relatives from a distance at
tending the funeral were Mr. and
Mrs. Oscar Sampson and Mrs.
Margaret Sampson of Carlton
Mr. and Mrs. Andy Jacobson of
Lebanon, Mr. and Mrs. D. C
Brock, Mrs. J. E. Crabtree, Mr.
and Mrs. Leo Crabtree and fam
ily, Mrs. Roy Stender, Mrs. Ken
neth Smith, all of Salem, Mr. and
Mrs. Wm. Ward of Riddle and
Mr. and Mrs. Gene Inskeep of
Mrs. Kenneth Smouse is home
from the hospital but her son,
Carl Frederick, remained there.
Mr. and Mrs. Dixon Smith
spent Mother's day at Eugene
where they attended the activi
ties at the university.
Mr. and Mrs. John Skuzeski
and son Stephen of Portland are
visiting hre parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Henry Peterson.
Elise Bauernfelnd, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Martin Bauernfelnd
of Morgan was elected princess
of the Heppner Rodeo by Willows
grange Saturday evening. Other
nominees were WilmaDalzell and
Janet Howton. Mr. and Mrs. Berl
Akers were chosen delegates to
the state convention at Russell
vllle in June. Mns. Idus Raines
grange charter. was draped in
was elected as an alternate. The
memory of Frank and Mildred
Lindsey and National Master
Goss. Refreshments were served
by Mrs. Gordon White, Mrs. John
Eubanks and Mrs. Herbert Ek- j
The Eastern Star served a ham
dinner at the Masonic hall Sun
day 12 to 2 p. m. They cleared
Rev. and Mrs. Frank Nichols
and son Lindsay of Hermiston
were visitors here Sunday.
Relatives coming from a dis
tance to attend the Mitchell-Griffith
wedding in Heppner Satur
day included Mrs. Mary Cun
ningham and daughter Grace of
Post Falls, Ida., Mr. and Mrs. J.
W. Howk and daughter Lota of
Troutdale, and Lynn Goodall of
Spokane, Wash.
Clarence Linn of Oregon City
was a visitor here over the week
Mrs. Henry Clark visited her
father, George Ganger, at Pen
dleton last week. He had just
been released from the hospital.
Baccalaureate services were
held at the Cooperative church
Sunday morning. Rev. A. Shirley,
pastor, delivered the sermon,
"Commencement Choices." The
prelude and processional and re
cessional were played by Mrs.
Cleo Drake. The choir sang 'My
Savior Walks Beside Me" and
"Come Unto Me." The graduates
are John Bristow, Joan Reininger,
Roger Kincaid, Ronald Baker, Jim
Savage, Jane Seehafer, Gene Do
herty, Bill Hubbard and Ingrid
Miss Shirley McGreer, daugh
ter of Mrs. Verner Troedson, stu
dent at St. Helen's Hall in Port
land, has been elected to Helenas
Honorary, scholastic and service
Mrc. W. R. Wentworth, Mrs.
Omar Rietmann, Mrs. Wm. Berg
strom and Mrs. Sam Esteb at
tended a flower show-and tea at
Umatilla Saturday. Mrs. Went
worth and Mrs. Esteb poured for
the tea, Mrs. Rietmann was in
charge of the guest book and
Mrs. Bergstrom was on the recep
tion committee.
Sue Coleman, daughter of Mrs.
Ida Coleman, received a badly
sprained ankle Friday at school.
She was taken to a physician to
have the ankle treated.
Mr. and Mrs. Delmer Crawford
and Mr. and Mrs. Louis Carlson
spent Sunday in the mountains.
Arthur Crawford returned from
Portland last week. He was ac
companied by his cousin, Clyde
Miss Eunice Peterson of Port
land is visiting her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Oscar Peterson.
Mrs. Robert DeSpain was elect
ed president of the American Le
gion auxiliary at a meeting at j
the home of Mrs. Henry Osibov
May 15. Other officers elected,
were: First vice president, Mrs. I
Ernest McCabe; second vice pres-!
ident, Mrs. Earl McCabe; secre-1
tary, Mrs. Cecil Thome; sergeant-!
at-arms, Mrs. Pete Cannon, and
historian, Mrs. Echo Palmateer.
The lone Garden club held a
plant sale at the Omar Rietmann
store Thursday. They also served
pie and coffee. Around $70 was
taken in.
Several men of the community
worked at the cemetery Satur
day. A potluck dinner was served
to them at the Rebekah hall.
Carl Linn and Adon Hamlett
took the Commandery degree in
Masonry at Heppner Saturday.
Ofhere attending from here were
Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Head of
The Dalles and Mrs. Kenneth Ak
ers of Bremerton, Wn. were vis
itors at the Carl Linn home Sun
day. Walter and Noel Dobyns, Sam
Esteb, E. M. Baker and Wm. See
hafer. Mrs. Hershall Townsend who
is a patient in The Dalles hos
pital is reported to be improving
and will be home in a few days.
Sgt. and Mrs. Eldon Tucker and
baby moved into the Minnie!
Forbes house on Main street. Sgt.
Tucker will leave this week for
Dayton, Ohio.
At a school meeting May 17,
six voted for and 10 against the
county school budget.
Dates to remember: May 25, H.
E. C. of Willows grange at Wal
ter Corley home. May 25, Com
mencement exercises at 8 p. m.,
schoolhouse. May 26, Social meet
ing of Topic club at Masonic hall,
dessert luncheon at 1:30. May 29,
school picnic at athletic field.
May 30, Memorial day program
at athletic field. June 4, daily va
cation Bible school at Co-operative
Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Lundell left
Sunday for Klamath Falls where
they will attend the I.O.O.F.
grand lodge and the Rebekah
Assembly of Oregon. They plan
to go on to Stockton, Calif, after
ward. Osel Inskeep left to attend the
grand lodge at Klamath Falls as
a delegate from the Hardman
Robert Drake spent the week
end . with his parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Cleo Drake. He is stationed
at Fort Lewis.
Joel Barnett of the U. S. navy
in Seattle, spent a few days with
his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ray
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Bergstrom
flew to San Diego, Calif, last
week to visit their son Walter
of the U. S. navy who was being
sent overseas.
Mr. and Mrs. Phil Emert are
parents of a daughter born in
Pendleton May 19.
Mrs. Imogene Mooney of Spo
kane is visiting at the home of
her sister, Mrs. T. N. White.
The 4-H club gave a square
dance at the Legion hall Friday
evening which was well attended.
Speed Overhaul Jobs With
Homemade Piston Cleaner
If you do your own mainte
nance on your car, you may be
interested in making this little
gadget we heard about.
It makes the scraping of pis
ton ring grooves fast and easy.
section of
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off square "
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Because Your
Formal Is
Cleaned By
As you swirl in waltz-time underneath
the stars, a picture of loveliness, only
you know that the shimmering formal
you wear to dainty perfection is last
years's dress. Heppner Cleaners has re
stored to it all of the fresh glowing
beauty of its very first wearing of the
moment you unwrapped it.
Before you put your skirts and sweaters
away for the summer, get them dry
cleaned too so they will be fresh when
you are ready for them next fall.
Nu-Textize Process with the Sta-pressed
In Cleaning
For your support to the 4-H club sponsored
Square Dance. The project was a financial
Morrow County 4-.H Leaders
and the best of wishes too May you attain success and happiness