Heppner gazette-times. (Heppner, Or.) 1925-current, July 26, 1979, Page FOUR, Image 4

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    FOUR The Gazette-Times, Heppner, Oregon, Thursday, July 26, 1979
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Chally-Marcum wed in
outdoor ceremony at
Tamarack Springs Lodge
Laura Jean Chally, La
Grande, became the bride of
John Marcum, also - of La
Grande, June 30 in an outdoor
ceremony at Tamarack
Springs Lodge north of Sum
merville. The bride is a graduate of
La Grande High School and
Boise State University. She
was recently employed at
Grande Ronde Hospital as a
registered nurse and is the
daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Lowell Chally of La Grande,
former residents of Heppner.
The groom, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Sam Marcum of La
Grande, is also a graduate of
La Grande High School and
attended Blue Mountain Com
munity College in Pendleton.
Following a wedding trip
through Yellowstone Park,
Grand Teton National Park
and Jackson Hole, Wyoming,
the couple has made their
home in Portland where the
groom is employed by
Schenck Construction Com
pany of Redmond, Washington.
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Mr. & Mr. John Marcum
First Jones reunion held at Cape Lookout
Summer
reading
fun
Summer readers at lone Elementary School Library looked
at their lion paws Thursday in anticipation of the reading
program's awards at 2 p.m. Tuesday, July 31. Participants in
the program have read about 240 books this summer, a high
total says Library Aide Betty Carlson considering there are
about 22 children entered. The children were (L-R) Corky
Wilson, Laurie McCabe, Jill Nelson, Ashley Conklin,
Matthew Wilson, Mark Conklin, Sheryl Conklin, Heidi Nelson
and Brian Ball.
Awards party planned for
lone's summer readers
An awards party for sum
mer readers at the lone public
and school library program is
scheduled Tuesday, July 31 at
2 p.m. at the lone Elementary
School Library.
Youngsters taking advan
tage of the program for
reading fun, have read about
240 books, according to Mrs.
Betty Carlson, library aide.
Besides certificates, the
summer readers will receive
McDonald hamburger certifi
cates if they attended the
program four times and read
10 books. Parents are urged to
bring their children to the end
of the summer program.
Family meets in
summertime reunion
Every third Sunday in July
since 1960, the families of the
pioneer McDaniel brothers
have held a picnic reunion in
this county.
From 1960 to 1969 the
gatherings were in Heppner's
Courthouse Park, since 1969
the annual reunions have been
at Anson Wright Park, much
closer to the homeplace of the
family.
Between 50 and 125 persons
usually attend and the day's
program is much visiting and
much feasting. On July 15,
1979 there was not as large a
group as there has been in
past years. However McDan
iel family members from
California, Wyoming, Wash
ington and Oregon met with
one another and got to know
new babies and newlywed
members of the clan.
The original McDaniel
brothers, Sam, Ed and Bill
traveled from Indiana to
Spokane, Washington. Sam
and Bill brought their wives
and children with them. After
a time in Spokane, they moved
to Burton Valley south of
Hardman in 1894 where the
men worked in the timber and
in the sawmill.
Bill married a western
woman. Sam was a sawyer
and some of the lumber he
sawed was used to build the
Hardman buildings, including
its early community church.
McDaniel children attended
the Burton Valley School
where Marguerite Glavey was
the last teacher. Some went on
to the high school in Hardman
which began about 1915 and
closed before 1930. Many
McDaniel descendents still
live in Morrow County.
July 31 will also mark the
last day of the story hour at
the lone City Library. The
AAUW welcomes parents to
come with their children to the
program at 3 p.m. following
the awards program.
Most popular among the
youngest readers, Mrs. Carl
son said, were the tree trunk
books. The older children list
Charlie Brown and the Pea
nuts books as another favor
ite. A special part of this year's
program for the children has
been seeing the name on the
lion's paw pasted on the
bulletin board noting how
many books they have read.
The program is designed to
interest more children in
reading.
Each child has been allowed
to take up to three books each
week. The books are due on
the following day of check-out.
There are no fines for late
books.
The ,rst Jones family
reunion vv;is held July 7 at
Vnpe LooKout on the Oregon
Coast lo celebrate the forth
coming birthday of Marvel
Jones, Heppner.
She will be 90 years old on
September 5. Sevonty-five
people gathered l wish her a
happy birthday mid enjoy a
day of visiting with friends
and relatives. Marvel was the
oldest in attendance," Talia
Lee Soto, the youngest and
Irvin and Lorna Mae came the
farthest, traveling from In
dianapolis, Indiana.
Marvel Miller is a descend
ant of John Miller, a revolu
tionary soldier serving in
Virginia. He had 4 sons and 2
nighters and over (0 grand-'
'Iren with the last name of
. iiler. His son. George, was
'.H'vel's grandfather and the
ulier of 24 children. George
"id Mary Ann Sim Min Miller
line to Linn County in 1850.
The four Miller sons settled
hi or near the settlement
med for them. Villprsburg,
Oregon.
The Miller Cemetery was
located on the George Miller
donation land claim and
George and Mary donated the
land for a church and burying
ground. The church, however,
was never built and the
services were held in different
homes. When George and his
son went to Jackson County to
the gold fields the dwindling
congregation gave them the
church records and they set up
a church wherever they were.
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t Charles Angus Miller was
the youngest of the 24 children
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