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Heppner Gazette Times, Thursday, May 31, 1951
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week-end in Forest Grove where
she attended the graduation of
her son, Charles, from the Pacific
Due to conflicting dates, the
father-son banquet scheduled for
June 17 has been postponed.
The Wate Crawford and Omar
Rietmann families are making
many improvements on their re
spective properties. The Craw
fords recently built a new flue
and are making yard improve
ments. The Rietmanns have built
a fine woven wire fence around
the back of their lot, cleaned
away cheat grass and brush. A
fireplace is in the process of be
ing built. The E. C. Helikers also
erected a fine" fpnna nrnimH tVioir I
town lot and built new cement
Mrs. Nelson and Mr. Thoerson,
teachers in the high school de
partment, are leaving this week
for their homes in North Dakota.
Mr. Thoerson will enter the Uni
versity of North Dakota for the
summer term, while Mrs. Nelson
will spend the summer in Gree
ley, Colo, where she will enter
Harry Yarnell and son Alton
are spending a few days in Cot
tonwood, Ida. They left lone Sun
Hap Woods and family are
guests of his sister, Mrs. Lana
Laxton McMurray is spending
a few days in lone as guest of
the Oscar Lundells. He will re
main until after Decoration day.
Attending the meeting of the
Federation of Garden Clubs, Blue
Mountain district, from the lone.
Garden club last Saturday were
J. Palmer Sorlien, Minister
Morning worship and sermon,
11 o'clock Music by the choir,
Oliver Creswick, director.
Sunday church school at 9:45
a. m. A class for every age. Youth
Fellowship class and Adult Bible
class at the same hour, Mrs. Neva
Wells, Youth Fellowship counsel
lor and Mrs. Lucille Owens, Bible
Choir practice at 7:30 p. m,
Thursday. Mid-week prayer ser
vice 7 p. m. Thursday.
Daily vacation Bible school
open at 9 a. m. Monday, June 4.
Pre-school and first through 4th
grade at the Methodist church;
other grades at Church of Christ.
CONGREGATIONAL - CHRISTIAN
L. G. WETZEL, Pastor
Bible school 9:45 a. m. Classes
for all ages.
Worship service 10:45 a. m. Out
Mrs. W. R. Wentworth, past pres
ident; Mrs. O. L. Lundell, presi
dent-elect; Mrs. Harry Yarnell
and Mrs. Sam Esteb.
Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Savage of
Dorris, Calif, were lone visitors
over the week-end. After gradu
ation, Jim went home with his
parents for a few weeks visit. He
plans to return for harvest.
The Clifford Carlsons were ho
nor guests at a farewell party at
the Charles Carlson faim home
Saturday evening. A sumptuous
buffet supper was served to the
following guests: Mr. and Mrs,
Gar Swanson, Mr. and Mrs. Adon
Hamlett, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Lind
strom, Mr. and Mrs. Chas. O'Con
nor, Mr. and Mrs. Merle Baker,
Mr. and Mrs. Art Stefanl Sr., the
honor guests and the hosts. Pi
nochle was enjoyed. Winning
high for ladies, Mrs. Clifford
Carlson; low, Mrs. Adon Hamlett;
high for men, Merle Baker, low,
Clifford Carlson. The occasion
was also the fifth wedding anni
versary for the Clifford Carlsons.
The public is cordially invited to attend
at the R-E-A building, North Main Street in Heppner
Saturday, June 9
10:00 a. m. to 4:00 p. m.
This event will mark the official opening
of the new home of the Columbia Basin
Electric Cooperative and it offers an
opportunity to look over the building.
Every one is invited to call during the
hours from 10 till 4, especially all R-E-A
The ladies of the Rhea Creek Grange will serve refresh
ments throughout the day.
Evening Bible study 8 o'clock
Wednesday, Bible study at 8
MRS. ROBINSON'S ARABIAN
STALLION PLACES HIGH IN
JUDGING SCHOOL EVENT
Mrs. Merle Kirk and Mrs. Don
ald Robinson motored to Pullman
May 24 to attend the three-day
U. S. C. Open Horse show and
light horse judging school. Taken
along was Jeahal, Mrs. Robin
son's purebred Arabian stallion.
Competing in the class of Arab
ian stallion three years old or
older, Jeahal placed third in a
large field from the four north
western states. At the same time
the honor was presented to Mrs.
Robinson by Prof. C. E. Howell
of the University of California
for having displayed the best
showmanship of all the halter
Another ribbon awarded Jea
hol was second in Arabian west
ern pleasure horse class ridden
by his owner in this event.
The ladies attended lectures
and classes and were much im
pressed with the magnificent ar
rangement of buildings and the
progress made in the treatment
and hospitalization of animals of
Cpl. Herbert G. Settles. USMC.
of Heppner, was one of a group
of U. S. Marines serving aboard
the heavy cruiser USS Saint Paul
operating in the Far East, who
donated blood to wounded com
rades at the U. S. Naval hospital,
Yokosuka. Jarjan. The marinp Hp.
tachment, upon arrival at Yoko-
suKa, learned That some of their
buddies who were recently woun
ded in the Communist enrinor nf.
fensive south of the 38th Daral
lei, had been transferred to the
Mrs. J. A. Brock and Mrs. Frank
Gentry of Portland are visiting in
Heppner this week.
WANTED Housework to do by
the hour. Tuesdavs. Thursdavs
Saturdays. Housework or ironing.
rnone lixz or see Mildred Tucker.
Churches To Open
Vacation Bible School
Plans are well under way for a
week of Union Vacation Bible
school, to start with enrollment
at Sunday school June 3, and
close with a program Sunday
evening, June 10. A very inter
esting course has been secured,
and as usual there will be songs,
games, handwork and Bible sto
ries. Cooperating churches are
are Assembly of God, Church of
Christ, Episcopal and Methodist.
On Monday, June 4, the pri
mary children (including those
in the first, second and third
grades this past year) and begin
ners, who have not yet attended
school, aged four and over, will
meet in the Methodist church
from 9 to 11:30 a. m. The juniors
and intermediate grades will
meet in the Church of Christ.
are Mrs. R. B. Rice, Intermediate;
Mrs. Robert Walker, Junior; Mrs.
J. Palmer Sorlien, Primary and
Mrs. Robert Evans, beginners.
Other workers include Mrs. Mat-
tie Green, Mrs. Carl Vincent, Mrs.
Whitmar Wright, Mrs. Fred Hos-
kins Jr., Dianne Van Horn, Don
na Hudson and Meredith Ann
CARD OF THANKS
To the Student Body of Heno-
ner High School: We wish to say
we were deeply touched by the
dedication of your annual to
the memory of our darling son
Harold, and thank vou sincerelv
for the beautiful' copy presented
Mr. and Mrs. Noble Hampton
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Tuesday, June 5
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ALL KINDS OF LIVESTOCK
Bring in what you have for sale
HAROLD ERWIN, Manager
Edward Chinn. former HeDDner
resident and now propietor of the
Shanghai Cafe in Hermiston, was
a brief business visitor here Tues
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