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cussed for the cemetery and a LONEROCK o Dav0000, liam Huddleston and Lester Wick was appointed to see about speci- fications and materials for fenc- The community was well rep- ing. resen.ted at the gathering held "in Those present agreed on gen- the grange hall Sunday. The eral specifications of 42 inches, meeting was called to order by ncting wLth either one or two Emmett Davis, chairman. Mrs. barged wires on top and one or I,ester Wick acted as secretary more on bottom. Steel posts aro-tem. Types of fences were dis- placed ten feet apart with corner Ill A Spec/a/St00v/nq Hal Rowe Fashions OF BOISE For one day only Tuesday April 24, 1951 Ladies Suits Coats Dresses Latest styles, finest quality, moderate prices Complete sizes and a large selection April 24th only-. 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. DUNN BROS., In and gate posts either hot water tanks or steel culverts set in cement and one steel gate at the entrance. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Cameron from Sweet Home and Robert Rogers are visiting the Ben Rog- ers this week. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Rice of Condon were Sunday visi- tors at the Rogers home. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Hayes and two daughters from Rock Creek spent Sunday with the for- mer&apos;s parents, the H. H. Hayes. Mrs. A. J. Madden left for Ar- lington the last of the week for a few days visit at the home of the John Woods. From there she plans to go to Umatilla for a two weeks' visit with friends. Mr. and Mrs. Oren McDaniel and two daughters from Hard- man accompanied by a party of young folks were calling on I,one- rockers Sunday. They were din- ner guests of Ed MeNutt. Reverend Tom Applebee,was a business visitor at I,onerock Sun- day. Mrs. Ben Rogers, superinten- (lent. and Sunday school members were very pleased to have a larg- er attendance at their meeting Sunday. It is hoped that others will a.ttend the classes now that weather and road conditions have improved. Lovena S. Palmer, rural school supervisor, was a Lonerock visi- tor on Saturday. There are now 12 men, includ- in'_, --eve,"al electricians, working at the Loneroek sawmill anti get- t , ' in readiness for operation in th pear future. 3it. and Mrs. Cecil McDaniel wc,"e l,(meock visitors on Sun- dab" \\;'h t] lval] Cox can]e over froll Hcppner to visit his brother Har- old Cox, he traveled by plane with a pilot. They circled over the ranch several time, then when they couM not locate Har- old's pick-up, decided he wasn't home and flew away without landing. This methoi of travel might solve some of the Lone- rockers problems next winter. Ninety head of cattle have been trucked to the Tom Perry ranch for summer pasture this week. They belong to F. G. MeGill of Cecil, Oregon. Rock Creek School We are practicing for our May Day selection at Arlington May 4th. Saturday we received a rhythm band and it is lots of fun. Friday, April 13 we sent our poppy posters. We hope we win a prize. Those who sen,t in poppy posters were as follows: Frances West, Billie Pat Hayes, Kay -Wheelhouse, Lorna Read and Jay Wheelhouse. We have a new girl in school, her name is Verna McLain. She i::::w:: t::::::: !i!i!iiiiiiiiiiiiii iiiiiiiiiiiiiiii!ii iiiii!iiiiiiUi!iii! 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