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Lexington Grange met for
their regular meeting on
Monday evening. The evening
started with a potluek dinner,
with the program following.
Featured speaker of the
evening was Chuck Starr of
lone, who was present to
discuss the school budget and
answer any questions.
After a most instructive
talk, the business got under
way with Kenneth Smouse,
obligating Susie Smith as a
new member. Fine reports .
were heard from the legisla
tive and ag chairmen. Two
resolutions were made, one on
the Amtrak run, to keep it as
is, and the other to encourage
a job on the Bonneville Locks
to increase and speed the flow
of traffic. The discussion of
deepening the channel of the
Columbia River for ocean
going vessels was also discus
sed and a resolution is being
written for discussion at the
next meeting, concerning this.
Jody Marlatt, who attends
Walla Walla Community Col
lege is visiting with his mother
and other relatives during the
spring vacation.
Mark Piper and a friend.
Dave Mitchell of Bremerton,
were visitors over the week
end with Mark's parents. Mr.
and Mrs. Del Piper, and to
attend the anniversary of
Del's Market. The day was a
fun day with a breakfast of
pancakes, weiners. and eggs
and coffee served from 8 a.m.
to 11 a.m. Door prizes were
won by George Steagall. and
Joan Morris. Congratula
tions to you Delbert and your
fine crew for a good year.
The spaghetti supper and
card party at the Lexington
Grange Saturday night was
well attended. The winners at
the card party were: high men
- Lyle Peck; high women -Josie
Peck; low men - Dennis'
Papineau; and low women
Marie Yocom. traveling -
Marion Robinson and Char
lene Papineau.
Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth
Howard, Sr., spent several
days last week in Eastern
Oregon vacationing and visit
ing friends.
Joyce Buchanan who spent
last week vacationing at the
Oregon Coast returned home
on Saturday.
Alice Majeske. owner of
Ally's Ceramics, and several
other ladies attended the
ceramic show at the Expo
building in Portland on Satur
day. The ladies report many
lovely things were on display,
and many new items for the
1982 coming holidays. New
techniques were demonstrat
ed and new paints and uses
were shown. In fact, the ladies
report a very fine show was in
progress. The benefits from
this show will go to the
National Kidney Foundation.
Motoring down were: Alice
Majeske. Leila Palmer. Linda
Dunlap, Ginger Keithley, Lin
da Keithley, Donna Osmin,
and Zelma Felt.
Mr. and Mrs. Stuart Smith
of Hermiston. Grace Smith of
Cornelious and a brother and
wife of Mr. Smith from
Beaverton were visitors at the
C.C Jones home on Thursday
evening. They brought Kevin
Smith, a son who will visit part
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for assistance.
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of the spring vacation with his
aunt and uncle.
Cecil Jones and Kevin
Smith spent the weekend in
Depoe Bay where they helped
with some yard work and
repairs at the beach house of
the Jones's daughter, Char
lene Whitney. Mr. Jones spent
Saturday night with his bro
ther Wm, N. Jones at Linroln
Cy.
Flossie Breeding of Hermis
ton has been removed from
the retirement center at Good
Samaritan Center to the
nursing home. Mrs. Breeding
has brothers, Delbert Vinson
in Lexington and Darrell in
Heppner.
Mrs. Key, who has been a
patient in Pioneer Memorial
Hospital in Heppner, Is spend
ing some time recuperating at
the home of her daughter and
husband, Mr. and Mrs. Dean
Hunt.
Tom and Mark Hammond
motored to Hermiston on
Saturday to visit relatives and
friends. Tom returned home
nn Sunday but Mark remained
for a longer visit,
Scott Poor-man from Uma
tilla wus visiting this week at
the Frank Robinson home. He
is a brother of Marion
Robinson,
Marie Yocom spent the
weekend with her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Joe Yocom. Marie
attends school In Pendleton.
Dennis Papineau Is spend
ing the spring vacation with
Berl Stlllmun in the moun
tains, Mrs. Leonard Slate of Bend,
her mother, and daughter
were visitors at the L.E. Ruhl
home one dav last week. Mrs.
Slate and Mrs. Ruhl are
cousins and have correspond
ed over 30 years. This was the
first time the ladies had ever
been able to meet. Other
visitors at the L.E. Ruhl home
were their granddaughters
from Hermiston, children of
Mr. and MrB.. Skip Ruhl,
Laurie, Cindy, and Tracey
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