Heppner gazette-times. (Heppner, Or.) 1925-current, July 24, 1969, Page 3, Image 3

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Highest State RAM
iree is Conferred
On Paul W. Jones
Over 100 Royal Arch Masons
from Oregon and Washington
traveled to this area on Satur
day, July 12, to attend an out
doors meeting for the conferral
of the Royal Arch degree In
honor of Grand High Priest of
Oregon Paui Jones.
Excellent Companion Howard
Bryant, grand sentinel, opened
the chapter meeting at 2:00 p.m.,
in the absence of Herman Win
ter, high priest and grand orator,
then declared the meeting at
ease until 7:00 p.m.
Grand High Priest Paul Jones
was honored at the evening
chapter meeting when escorted
to the East and extended the
Private Grand Honors of Mason
ry. He introduced members of
his Grand family and all other
visiting Grand dignitaries and
extended them their proper reception.
Members of Pasco Chapter No.
33. Pasco, Wn., presided during
the evening conferral of the de
gree, presenting the work in a
most interesting and excellent
manner. The Washington cere
mony was found to be different
from that used in Oregon, and
of particular interest to all Ore
gon members.
Following the degree work,
with Companion Bryant and his
officers presiding, a certificate
of appreciation was presented to
the excellent high priest of the
Pasco Chapter for their part in
honoring our Grand High Priest
Paul Jones.
George Walker, grand master
of the third veil of the Oregon
Grand Chapter, was escorted to
the East where he presented
Paul Jones with a Canadian na
tional flag, a token of internat
ional companionship from the
Grand Chapter of Royal Arch
Masons in Canada.
There were 37 dignitaries pres
ent from Oregon and Washing
ton York Rite Bodies.
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White Satin Bible
In Church Ceremony
IRRIGON Patricia Jean Da.
vis, daughter of Mr. and Mrs
Roy E. Davis of Irrigon and Dar
ryl Scott Miller, son fcf Mrs.
Anita Armas of Be 11 flower
Calif, and Mr. Dale Miller of
Downey. Calf., were united In
marriage Saturday, June 21, at
the Assembly of God church, lr
rigon. The pastor, Rev. John
Kenney, performed the wedding
The bride, given In marriage
by her father, carried a bou
quet of white daisies and yel
low carnations on a white satin
bible. Her gown of white linen
crash had an empire bodice with
embroidered lace around the
neck and elbow length sleeves.
Trio skirt was designed with
lace motif and chapel train. She
wore a two tiered nylon veil.
with a crown of matching lace.
Matron of honor was Mrs.
Frank Shade, sister of the bride,
who wore a street length yel
low crepe sheath with a lace
coat. She wore a matching
headpiece and carried a bouquet
of white daisies and yellow car
nations, with yellow streamers.
Tom Parsons was the rest man.
Mrs. Al Partlow provided
wedding music and accompan
ied Mrs. Floyd Hobbs, vocalist.
Ushers were Lynn Hobbs and
Robert McRae. The flower girl
was Kim Shade, niece of the
bride, while the ring bearer was
Keith Gallo, nephew of the bride.
The guest book attendant was
Mrs. Robert McRae. i
The church was beautifully
decorated with baskets of dais
ies, yellow carnations and white
A reception followed at the
Lion's Club building. The three
tiered wedding cake was decor
ated with daisies and topped
with wedding bells. The cake
was served by Mrs. David Gal
lo, sister of the bride. Punch
was served by Mrs. Lynn Hobbs,
coffee by Mrs. Roxina Wade.
The gift table was attended by
Mrs. Bill Cooley and Cassandra
The new Mrs. Darryl Scott
Miller chose a yellow knit suit
with brown accessories, for her
wedding trip.
The bride graduated from Riv
erside High school in 1967 and
attended BMCC one year and is
now enrolled in Weaver Airline
The groom graduated from
Huntington Park, Calif.
The couple will make their
home in California after Sept
ember 1.
Out of town guests came from
Pendleton, Burbank, Wash.,
Walla Walla, Corvallis, Board
man, Hermiston and California.
Grand High P4est
Grand Chapter.
R.A.M. of Oregon
Visiting ladies were entertain
ed at the Heppner Masonic hall
by a committee of hostesses,
Mrs. Paul Jones, Mrs. Herman
Winter and Mrs. Howard Bry
ant. Heppner Chapter No. 26 has
for many years had state rec
ognition for its outdoors meet
ing and degree work. This year
the chapter was honored by
having four members in the
Grand family; namely, Grand
High Priest Paul Jones, Grand
Sentinel Howard Bryant, Grand
Orator Herman Winter and Har
old Becket, district deputy of the
grand high priest, who has
served in this office for several
years. "This has been an out
standing record, and Heppner
will probably never again be so
honored," it Is noted by Larry
Cook, secretary and reporter.
The chapter observed its 75th
anniversary in 1968.
Soropfimist Club Hears Forest Story
HEPPNER GAZETTE-TIMES. Thursday. Julf 24. 1969
s100 savings
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Set composition: 8 teaspoons, 8 place knives, 8 placi
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SAVE $30 on service for 4.
Set composition: 4 teaspoons, 4 place knives, 4 place
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Karen McCurdy
Feted at Evening
Bridal Shower
Karen McCurdy was honored
at a large bridal shower Tues
day, July 15. Approximately 75
guests attended the shower in
the Hope Lutheran church base
ment. Mrs. Harlan McCurdy and Mrs.
Toussent Dubuque served coffee
and green sherbet punch. Miss
McCurdy was assisted by her
sisters. Janet and Mrs. Dianne
Moyer, and her niece, Randene
Centerpiece for the serving ta
ble was made of daisies in the
form of a tree, arranged bv Mrs.
Gladys Alderman and Mrs. Otil
ia Hunt. Small bouquets of
snapdragons and sweet peas
were placed around the room.
Hostesses for the evening
were Mrs. Lib Daggett, Mrs.
Margaret Evans, Mrs. Elma
Harshman, Mrs. Pauline Mathe
ny, Mrs. Ruth VanWinkle, and
Mrs. Judy Wright.
"Something from the jeweler's,
is always something speciaL"
Couple is Greeted
At Church Reception
Women of the United Metn-
odist church of Heppner were
hostesses for a wedding recep
tion last Thursday evening hon
oring Mr. and Mrs. Bill Sher
man. Friends greeted the new-
lyweds, who were married June
29 in Boston, Mass., at an eve
ning program in the church so
cial rooms.
Miss Judy Jones presided ov
er the opening song session, and
entertained with two vocal sel
ections, with guitar accompani
ment. Mrs. Grace Drake and her
daughter, Gwen, dedicated a
special mouth organ number to
the honor couple.
A selection of colored slides
were shown by Bill, as he dis
cussed the areas of youth work
with which he has been asso
ciated during the past two sum
mers. Particular emphasis was
given the Youth Adventures
program near Oregon City where
ne served as counselor and as
sistant camping director with
! juvenile boys last summer.
Following the opening of
many nice gifts, the couple
shared the cutting of a large i
decorated cake, made by Mrs.
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was iviis. vytrs siiennan, ana
Mrs. Edwin Cutting presided at
the coffee service. The guest
book was passed by Cathy Sher
man. Mrs. Drake served as gen
eral chairman, assisted by Mrs.
Ida Farra, Mrs. Herman Green,
and other members of the
Store Hours: 9 A.M. to 6 VM.
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Church Enjoys
Mountain Picnic I
A wildlife movie and cartoon j
were viewed by members of the
Church of Jesus Christ. Latter
day Saints. Friday. July 11.
Thirty-eight members of the ;
church attended a potluck pic-1
nic at Anson Wright Memorial j
Park sponsored by the elders
quorum. Alter dinner they
watched the movie and rested
before leaving for home.
Newly installed officers of the
Soroptlmlst Club of Heppner a,
mimed their duties with the
first regular meeting of this
Presiding over the meetings
has been the new president, Mrs.
Conley Lanham. Completing
the slate or orticers are Mrs,
Glenn Smith. vice-president;
Mrs. Carl McDanicl. treasurer:
Mrs. Jim Phegley, recording
secretary: Mrs. Wes Sherman,
corresponding secretary: Mrs
Joyce Ritch, Mrs. Charles Starks
and Mrs. ha die i'arrLsh, board
members; Mrs. Bill Johnson,
regional representative. and
Mrs. Elaine George, Immediate
past president.
Guest speaker of the program
on Thursday. July 17, was Gene
Brooks of the Umatilla Forest
Service office In Pendleton. He
gave a public Information pre
sentation by slide and sound.
"Land Born of Fire," showing the
work of the Forestry Service in
Oregon's volcanic Cascades.
Many of the now beautiful
high mountains and lakes were
formed through volcanic action,
it was pointed out. The Cas
cades were historically a land
"first born of fire deep within
the earth." Beauties of the wil
derness areas in the Mt. Jeffer
son. Three Sisters, Bend and
other areas were captured In the
colorful movies.
Destruction bv big fires In
the Hoodoo area near Jefferson
showed the need for adequate
lire observation posts, the ade
quate training for fire fighters
and smoke lumpers and proper
salvage work, The air training
center at Redmond serves a need
for instructing fire fighting
crews in the surrounding areas.
The guest speaker was In
troduced bv Mrs. Bettie Doher
tv of the Heppner Ranger Dis
trict office.
Another guest of the day was
Ramona Gonty of Seattle, who
has been visiting her uncle and
unt, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Gonty.
Bookworms Bid
Member Farewell
Bookworm members held nn
early afternoon luncheon Tues
day afternoon. July 22. In hon
or of Mrs. Virgle Turner. Mrs.
Turner, who will shortly be mak
ing her home in Eugene, ts a
former secretary of the club
and holds the membership of
longest standing.
Special guests were Mrs. Jan
et Turner, daughter-in-law of
the honoree, and Mrs. Ruby
Mrs. Madge Thomson was
luncheon hostess. A chicken-
cranberry layered salad was the
main dish.
Grange Has Program
By IF YE Speaker
Picnic is Planned
Members and guests of Rhea
Creek Grange enjoyed the slides
and Interesting talk of Norway
presented by Amund Kvam, In
ternational Farm Youth Ex
change student at the July 11
It was announced that the
Grange will not have an Aug
ust meeting at the hall, but will
have a picnic at the Anson
Wright Memorial Park on Sun
day, August 17.
Plans for summer activities of
Women's Activity club of the
Grange were discussed at the
last meeting held at the home
of Mrs. Ron Haguewood. Sewing
for the Hospital Nursing Home
patients will be held at the
Neighborhood Center on the af
ternoon of July 23.
Those attending were Mrs.
John Graves, Mrs. Walter
Wright. Mrs. Orian Wright, Mrs.
Glenn Farrens, Mrs. Harold
Wright. Mrs. William Bergstrom,
Miss Marilyn Bergstrom, Mrs.
Ben Anderson. Mrs. Ray Drake,
Mrs. Robert Stevens and child
ren, Mrs. Elmer Palmer and the
hostesses. Mrs. Haguewood. De
licious refreshments were served
by the hostess, assisted by her
daughter, Christl.
Engaged Couple Plan
For August Wedding
The engagement and coming
marriage of Miss Ronnie Wiser
to Dan McBride, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Nate McBride, is announc
ed by her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
James Phegley, all of Heppner.
The couple will exchange their
marriage vows Friday evening,
August 1, at 9:00 p.m. at the
Phegley home. 370 East Aiken
St. A reception will follow.
Miss Wiser attended David
Douglas High school In Port
land, and her fa nee attended
Heppner High school with the
class of 19t6. He recently com
pleted 3tt years in service with
the U. S. Navy, and Is now as
sociated with his father In Mc
Bride's Body Shop.
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