Heppner gazette-times. (Heppner, Or.) 1925-current, May 07, 1964, Sec. 2, Image 9

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    Graders Compete
In Spelling Contest
By KATHERINE LINDSTROM
IONE The Morrow County
Spelling' contest was held at the
lone Elementary school on April
30. Two students each from the
fifth, sixth, seventh and eighth
grades of the lone and A. C.
Houghton schools and two stu
dents from each room of these
grades in Heppner competed.
Gold ribbons indicate a perfect
score; blue ribbons, 96-99 cor
rect; red ribbon 90-95 correct;
white ribbon 80-89 correct.
L. N. Herrick, principal of the
lone school, presented the fol
lowing awards: For grade 5,
Diane Black, A. C. Houghton, and
Jane Krebs, lone, received gold
ribbons; Gwen Drake, Teresa
Moore and Rebecca Fulleton, all
of Heppner; Ricky Boyce, lone;
Dianna Abercr o m b i e, A. C.
Houghton, won blue ribbons;
Denise Bloodsworth and Susan
French of Heppner, red ribbons;
and Stephen Hedman, Heppner,
a white ribbon.
Winners in the sixth grade
with gold ribbons were Kristen
Nelson, lone; Rocky Stephens,
Heppner, and Luann Burg, A. C.
Houghton; blue ribbons, John
Harris, Greg Sweek and Sandra
Matheny, Heppner; Tammy Sny
der, A. C. Houghton; and Debby
Warren, lone.
Seventh graders won no gold
riDDons Dut naa live blue ribbon
winners. They were Teresa
Harshman and Terry Peck, Hepp
ner; Toni Ziellnski, and Mike
Fossey. A. C. Houghton; and
Sara Miller, Heppner. Red rib
bons were won by Connie Emert,
lone; Linda Nichols, lone; Mar
tha Pierce, Heppner; and Verla
Hershel, Heppner. Gary Kemp
won a white ribbon.
Four gold ribbons were won
by eighth graders, John Rawlins,
Heppner; Kit Anaerson, Heppner;
Kathy Keene, lone; Carolyn
Burg, A. C. Houghton. Blue rib
bons were won by Cathy Nelson,
A. C. Houghton; Maureen Mc
Elligott, lone; Russell Kilkenny
and Steve Pettyjohn. Heppner.
Refreshments were served
those competing in the cafetor
ium following the contest. Hepp
ner will be host to the contest
next year, Irrigon the following
year, and lone again in three
years.
TV Service Is Extended
The lone TV Corporation of
ficers held a meeting Friday
night and voted to extend free
television service for the rest of
the year to all customers, whose
accounts are paid up to June 1.
Finances of the corporation are
in excellent condition making
this free service possible. Tele
vision is received through an an
tenna on a hill south of town
and brought to the city limits
on open line. Four television
stations are available through
underground cable in town.
Patrick McElligott, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Don McElligott, had a
painful injury on Saturday at his
home, when he was helping load
a small sprayer on a flat bed
truck and the sprayer slipped
and smashed his hand against
the bed of the truck. Fifteen
stitches were required to close the
wound on the first finger of his
left hand. The finger was also
broken.
Mrs. George Krebs of Portland
and a former resident of Cecil, is
in Physicians and Surgeons hos
pital following major surgery
iast week. She is reported to be
a little better at this writing.
Relatives Observe Baptism
Baptismal services were held
at the United Church of Christ
on Sunday morning by Rev.
Walter B. Crowell. Water used
for the sacrament was brought
from the Jordan River in the
Holy Land by Mr. and Mrs.
Franklin Lindstrom, grandpar
ents of two of the children bap
tized. Children baptized were
Teena June, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Arthur Lindstrom; Paula
Joy, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Roy A. Lindstrom, and Tod
HEPPNEII
GAZETTE-TIMES
Heppner, Oregon, Thursday, May 7, 1964
Sec. 2-8 Pages
MONUMENTS
Cleaning of
Memorial Stones
Granite and
Bronze
Contact
MONTE CHAMBERLAIN
Phone 989-8406
Box 513
Lexington, Oregon
CHERYLE LUNDELL
CONNIE CHRISTOPHERSON
Two Chosen For Girls' State
Connie Christopherson and
Cheryle Lundell have been
chosen by the lone Post of the
American Legion Auxiliary as
delegates to attend Girls State.
This event is held in June on the
Willamette University campus
in Salem.
Connie, the daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Ernest Christopherson,
was recently elected Ionian Ed
itor for the 1964-65 school year.
This year she was the assistant
Ionian editor and she is also a
member of the Cardinal staff.
Among her other activities are
student council representative,
Quill and Scroll, chorus, cheer
leader, Girls League vice-presi
dent, and junior class secretary
treasurer. This year Cheryle is serving as
junior class president and stu
dent body secretary-trea surer.
She was recently a candidate in
the student body vice-president
election. Cheryle, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Raymond Lundell, has
served as editor of the Ionian, a
member of Quill and Scroll, is
chorus accompanist, an officer
in Girls' League, a member of
the Cardinal staff, and has serv
ed on the student council. She
was the state winner this year
of the Oregon Wheat League
essay contest.
Wayne, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Robert Harrison.
Grandparents of Tod, who
were present, were Mr. and Mrs.
Everett Keithley of Condon, Mr.
and Mrs. Carlyle Harrison of Cas
cade Locks and ereat-erand-
! mother, Mrs. Ida Grabill of lone.
Mr. and Mrs. John Bray and
sons Tom and Jonn of Hermis
ton were guests of Mr. and Mrs.
Arthur Lindstrom on Sunday
and attended the baptism of
their granddaughter.
Mrs. Dorr Mason and sons,
Jerry and John, and Mrs. Bert
Mason, Sr., of Portland were
week-end guests of Mr. and Mrs.
Roy A. Lindstrom and also at
tended the services Sunday
morning for Paula, Mrs. Mason's
granddaughter and Mrs. Bert
Mason's great granddaughter.
Others present were Mr. and Mrs.
Franklin Lindstrom and her
mother, Mrs. Hugh Bell and Mr.
Bell of Hermiston. Mrs. Bell is
a great grandmother of the Lind
strom babies.
Mrs. Jodie K. Morrison sDent
several days last week-end in
Corvallis attending Mothers
Week-end events with her two
daughters, Michelle and Tass
both students at Oregon State.
Melena Sells Business Here
Melvin Melena has sold his
Builders Supply Store in lone
and plans on leaving the last
of the month for Haines, where
he will be employed in a feed
mill which handles grains, seeds.
fertilizers, and other related pro
ducts. Buyers of Melena's busi
ness are Al Lamb and Harlan
McCurdy, Jr., of Heppner and
Harlan McCurdy, Sr., of Heppner
will be manager.
Mrs. Harvey femith is to enter
Walla Walla General hospital at
Walla Walla on Thursday for
major surgery on her back.
Hostesses at the party the
lone Dance club held Saturday
night at tne Legion hall were
Mr. and Mrs. Pete Cannon, Mr.
and Mrs. Robert Rietmann, Mr.
and Mrs. Edmund Bristow, Mr.
and Mrs. Ray Boyce, Mr. and
Mrs. Arnie Hedman of Heppner,
and Mr. and Mrs. Robert DeSpain
of Arlington.
Geraldine Morgan spent the
week-end with her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Lloyd Morgan. She rode
home from Oregon State with
another student, Tom Martin,
who visited his parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Roy Martin of Lexington.
Mr. and Mrs; Bill Rietmann
and family and Mr. and Mrs.
Robert Rietmann and family,
and his fathes. Victor Rietmann,
drove to Kennewick on Sunday
to visit at the home of Mx. and afternoon with a party at the
Mrs. Dean Rhode and new baby,
raui victor. Mrs. victor Riet
mann has been spending some
time with the Rhodes.
Mrs. E. J. Akers and Danny
spent from Moncray to Thursday
in Portland, where Danny had a
medical checkup. On her return
she brought her little grand
daughter, Kimmy Martin for a
visit.
John Swanson spent the week
end visiting at the home of his
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Garland
Swanson. Other University of
Portland classmates, who came
home with him were Mary Jo
Stupcha of Anaconda, Mont.,
Ron Oliverio of Milwaukie, and
Ardis Fellmer of Anaheim, Calif.
Mr. and Mrs. Donald Heliker
returned on Monday from a few
days visit with her son-in-law
and daughter, Mr. and Mrs.
James Gorman and son, at Ham
ilton, Mont.
James Barnett and son Rick
and Clint Krebs spent Saturday
night and bunday at the Barneit
cabin.
Mrs. Delbert Emert returned
on Friday from visiting her son-
in-law and daughter, Mr. and
Mrs. Pat Hammond and family.
The Hammond's second child
was born on April 25, weighed
7 lb., 10 oz., and has been named
Earl Wendell. He has a little
sister, Kelly.
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Bergstrom
left last Wednesday for San Jose,
Calif., for a visit with their
daughter-in-law and son, Mr.
and Mrs. Walter Bergstrom, and
family.
Postmaster June O'Co n n o r
states that complete postal ser
vice including money orders, will
continue at the lone Post office
on Saturday. Curtailment of ser
vice only pertains to those of
fices large enough to hire special
clerks.
Mrs. Mary Lundell was hon
ored on her birthday Monday
home of Mrs. Garland Swanson.
Other guests were Mrs. Walter
B. Crowell, Mrs. Mary Swanson,
Mrs. E. R. Lundell, Mrs. Algotl
Lundell, Mrs. E. C. Heliker, Mrs.
A. C. Crawford, Mrs. Cleo Drake,
Mrs. Paul Pettyjohn Sr., and
Mrs. Lloyd Morgan. The ladies
enjoyed visiting and birthday
cake and coffee.
Mr. and Mrs. F. T. Martin left
on Friday morning for a trip,
which is taking them through
Dallas to visit her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. R. Horton, to Corvallis,
where they will visit with their
daughter and son, Jean and Mel
vin. From Corvallis they went to
Harrisburg and Roseburg to visit
relatives.
Mr. and Mrs. Da.vid Baker and
family had as their guest this
week-end a friend of Susan's
from Pendleton, Patty Joseph. On
Saturday, Mr. Baker took Susan
and Patty to Beaverton, where
Susan registered at a private
school for next fall term.
Mrs. Roland Bishop has been
spending some time in Echo re
decorating a home they own
there.
Guests of Mr. and Mrs. George
Snyder this week-end were her
sister, Mrs. Henry Smith and
daughter, Debbie, and a friend
Mary Lang of Bay City. They
also visited other relatives while
here.
High School Elects Officers
Newly elected officers of lone
High school are Sidney Zinter,
president; Joe Halvorsen, vice
president; Karen Hams, assist
ant secretary-trea surer; Lee
O'Connor, Cardinal editor, and
Connie Christopherson, Ionian
editor. Shirley Hicks automat
ically becomes secretary-treasurer
from her office as assistant
this year.
Mrs. Algott Lundell of Fort
land spent the week-end here
visiting relatives. She left for
home on Tuesday.
Mrs. Franklin Ely, fourth
grade teacher, in company with
Mrs. Velva Bechdolt and Mrs.
Margaret Kirk of Heppner, at
tended the state convention of
Delta Kappa Gamma at the Sher
aton Hotel in Portland this week.
Mrs. W. C. Crawford spent a
couple of days in Hermiston last
week staying with her grand
daughters, while their parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Delmer Crawford,
were vacationing at Vancouver,
B. C. Mrs. Milton Morgan drove
over for her mother Friday and
brought her and the girls to lone
for the week-end.
MATTRESSES
Sealy, Simmons, Kingfisher
SPECIALS!
Quilted Queen Ann Mattresses
and Box Springs
Reduced from 119.95 to 89.95
QUILTED ORTHOPEDIC
SUPREME SET
Reduced From
129.50 to 89.50
GOODRICH FOAM RUBBER
SET
Reg. Price 139.50
Now Only 109.50
CASE FURNITURE CO.
ITU
b n fi n n
D
olleges for Oregon's
FUTURE
OUR CHILDREN NEED MORE CLASSROOM SPACE
FOR HIGHER EDUCATION AND
BOND MEASURE NUMBER ONE
Will Provide This Desperately Needed Space
VOTE:
1. Authorizing Bonds For
Education Building Program
X Yes
SPONSORED BY:
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Abrams
Mr. and Mrs. N. C. Anderson
Mr. and Mrs. Andy Van Schoiack
Mr. and Mrs. Howard Cleveland
Mr. and Mrs. Hillard Brown
Mr. and Mrs. Fredrick Martin
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Anderson
Miss Esther Kirmis
Mr. and Mrs. Donald E. Turner
Mr. and Mrs. Ray E. Smith
Mr. and Mrs. C. J. D. Bauman
Heppner Branch, Kinzua Corporation
Mr. and Mrs. Wes Sherman
Randall Peterson
Bill Blake
OWE-SYOIP SMOPPDNG FOR
USDA GOOD OR CHOICE
BEEF ROAST
Cross Arm Qc lb.
Blade ffic lb.
OREGON CHIEF
REGULAR
mm
53c Lb,
Vz or whole
DUNDEE 21j SIZE
Pork and Beans - 5 for $1
Si
NALLEY'S
GARLIC
DILLS
30 oz.
mm
ReS 49c 39c
NALLEY'S 22 OZ.
Banquet
Dills
Reg. 43c gQc
61
NALLEY'S
Cucumber
Chips
48 oz.
Reg. 97c Qc
e-?
Holiday
Margarine
5 LBS.
FOR
95c
I iMATCWNAlStl
NALLEY'S
MAYONNAISE
49c QT.
mi Relish
HOT DOG. HAMBURGER, SWEET
4F0R$-
mvm
Celery - -19 Bu.
TOMATOES
Radishes and Green Onions
2 bunches for 11c
Prices Good Fri. and Sat., May 8 and 9
(Pd. Ad. by Morrow County Com., Colleges for Oregon's Future, Mrs. N. C. Anderson,
Heppner, Ore., Chairman)
FREE PARKING
111 N. Court
Ph. 676-9643