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High School News Seniors left for Portland for their fhmk trip Friday morning. They were gone until Sunday. Various members of the group at- tended the Bob Crosby show at Portland University, the Hazel Scott concert and Don Didier's wedding. They also shopped in the rain and went to Seaside. Par- ents who accompanied them were 'Mrs. Verne Evans, Mrs. Lester Harrison and Mrs. Walter Shan- non. Last Saturday the sophomore class took orders for cakes which they delivered to their customers. They plan to repeat their sale next Saturday. Fie Cond0n boys represented the high school in the Heppner track meet last Friday. Leon Turney took first in the 220 yard dash; second in the 100 yard dash and Harold Pattee took third in the high jump. Norman Lofton and Bill Ihrig also participated. Coach Millard Webh and principal Vernon Bohles accompanied the group. Last Monday the junior class (losed the gym for prom work. Band class is in the basement of the main building. Some sophomores are ordering their ,class rings for next year and the rest plan to order them later. Blanche Campbell was chosen as next year's editor of the an- nual and nominations were made for student body officers in coun- cil meeting Wednesday. Nominations for president were Carroll Chambers and William Keeney; vice persident, Boyd Har- ;is and Gary Ann Gross; secre- tary, Darlene Hardie and Verla Harrison; paper editor, Margaret Knighten and Blanche Campbell; reporter, Billie Fae Keeney anti Marie Didier; and sergeant-at- arms, Floyd Cook and Bill Wag- enaar. Helen Dyer will be treas- o urer. Pfc. Jim (Gordon) Devine ar- rived :home Saturday to spend a five-day leave with his stepfath- Arlin00on Personals Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Sherrell were Tuesday visitors in Port- land where they attended to busi- ness matters. Mr. and Mrs. John Becks of Roosevelt, Wn., and Mr. and Mrs. .Robert Schilling of Lyle were Sunday visitors with Miss Connie Becks, daughter of the John Becks. Mrs. Dorothy Griffin, Mr. and Mrs. Wayland Btrrier, Mr. and Mrs. Emerson Wright, and Keith Norris attended a meeting of the Eagles in Hermiston Monday eve- ning. I I I er and mother, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Baker from the Keesler Air Base in Mississippi. Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Vaneil and children spent the week end in Weston visiting with Mrs. Vaneil's mother and stepfather, Mr. and Mrs. R. G. Blomgren. On Sunday they were in Walla Walla where they attended the christen- ing services of Mrs. Vancit's niece, Judith Ann, small daughter of Mr, and Mrs. Dwayne Duffy. R. (]. Bailey returned home the middle of the week from V,Tald - port where he had spent the winter months at the ihome of his sister, Mrs. Elmer Clark. Merle Anderson was a Sumtay visitor in .Milton at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Anderson. Mrs. Bob Smoot. Mrs. Bob Gorhman, Mrs. Jim Calmers, Mrs. Lee Connor, Mrs. Louis Rucker. Ma),ville News Slt O,V ER HONC.RS IV1 IMA BAKEI{ Mrs. Morris \\;Vilson was hoess at a bridal shower at her home Saturday afternoon honoring lVil- ma Baker, brideelect of Darrell Wilson, Condon. Rebekah lodge met last Thurs- day evening in the IOOF hall. Af- ter the regular business meeting, refreshments were served by the hostesses Wia Smith and Luella Taylor. Thirteen members were present. Mr. and Mrs. Art Robinson and Curtis spent the week end in Baker with relotives. Mrs. Rose Jones and Lester Barton of Portland were Satur- clay evening callers at the Loyal Smith home. Mrs. George Webb and daugh- ter Ellen were Port}and shoppers last Wednesday and Thuraday. Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Magee were Satvxday afternc, on visitors at tlne Orville Mathews home above Fossil. Mr. and Mrs..Tack Smith and Janet Lee and Roger left Sunday for a few clays in Portland and Salem. Sunday guests at *he Eldon Vaughn home were Mr. and Mrs. Ferdie Huddimann a'M family of Stanfield and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Mestersund of Helix. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Pentecost and Bert Wiekstrand of Condon made a trip to Prineville over the week end. Mr. and Mrs. Ehtcm Campbell and Mrs. Harold Blank were Tuesday visitors in The Dalles. ave employed at the Charles Quinn ranch. Mr. and Mrs. John Boston of ondon Personals Sherwood visited here the past week with the Charles Quinns Wilbur Alford spent the week and other relatives. end in The Dalles and Yakima O visiting relatives. Mrs. Hollis Bull left this week end for Chicago. Andy Patterson is reported to be in a low condition at 2*he Dalles hospital. Ann Tierney went to Portland this week returning with Janeth Ann Wagenaar, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Wagenaar. Jan- eth Ann returned to Portland on Sunday. H.J.'s Cash Grocery Values for Fri., Sat., Mon., May 4-5-7 Sunshine MARSHMALLOWS full lb. 35c S & W Mellowed t Festival BEANS s or c t 2 tins 35c Hudson House Mr. and Mrs. S. H. Howden re- turned Saturday even:ng from a five-day trip to Canada and Se- attle, Wn. While in Canada they attended the wedding of How- den's niece Mary Allison, daugh- ter of Mr. and Mrs. Elmer How- den at Vaneolver, B. C. Merlin Crum was a week end visitor with his parentsl Mr. and Mrs. McKinley Crum. Mrs. John Weimar and children visited Friday with Mrs. Donald Potter. Miss Gayle Weatherford was a week end guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Weatherford. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Mooney of Pendleton were visitors Friday evening and Saturday with the Edgar Car( family. Mr. and Mrs. Ariel Morgan and daughter of Iorle visited at the Edgar Carr home ,Sunday after- LONEROCK :i'/. (eo':ge Fit(her has heen on ti. sick list the last week. i\\;Lr. ('eci Hicks, accompanied by hey hu, ban(1, went to Hepp- net" on Fr day for medical atten- tion. Jess Harris has been very sick with a.tick bite infection. Mr. and Ml,s. Cecil McDaniel were Loneroek and Hardman vis- itors over the week end. Ralph Rise left for Portland ..q;'f,, "I thought you said you were supposed to keep your eye on the ball." CONDON GLOBE-TIM Condon. Oregon I, RI! AI MAY 4, 1951 last week where he has lllel]t. My. and Mrs. Pete Haines ed with Joe Bayer in Friday, T S A BOY. Mr. and Mrs. Lyle (Gee, rgia Stoneman) of are the parents of a son Curren. The baby weighed pounds,, three ounces at Mrs. Thehna Sheets and Valesta Shaw of The Dalles visitors at the home of Mr. Mrs. H. G. Hayes on Delbert Edwards moved his  tle from Condon to his ranch on Saturday. THANK YOU I wish to thank all mv for their kind reme flowers and cards during mY cent stay, in the hospital. Joe Bayer 194S MODEL A 6 F'T. COMBINE. Just like new, one season. Contact R. Checketts, Parkdale, Don't depend on word of mouth to spread the happy news. Weve a better plan! Whether you plan to run out on all the fuss and tell it to a justice o! the peace .. or have all the trim- mings from cascading veil to bride's bouquet, sending announcements is the correct thing to do. Quality announcements, wedding tnvttatiorm, recQp. tion cards and into(reals await you here. at modest coet. Strathmore quality paper used exclusively, quick de- livery assured. Won't you come by and browse through our handsome sample book? APRICOTS TOMATO JUICE Hudson House 46 oz. tin halves No, 21 tin 41c TUNA Yamhlll Chunk Style 6 oz. tins 3 tins $1 ONLY 35c HI,HO CRACKERS -lb. box 29c Valvlta Sliced PINEAPPLE No. 2 tins 2 for 75c SWIFT'NING - 3 lb. tin S1.18 SYRUP Snowshoe Cane - Maple 515. tin $1 II II II I I III RICE MJB Special Process 2 pounds 33c I I Ill I CONDON GLOBE-TIMES noon with Mr. and Mrs: Carroll Olsen. Mr' and Mrs' McKinley Crum N FI and Mrs: N. F. Mikkalo were re- cent He(ralston visitors, ew oars Mrs. Stella Palmer and Eddie visited in Fossil Saturday with the Bob Palmer family and in Clarno with the Wick Palmer family. Mrs. Roy Taylor and children visited in The Dalles last week end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Jones. Mr. and Mrs. Art MadMen and Dale were in. Condon Saturday and attended the dance at Asher Montagues. Mrs. Lovena Palmer, Mrs. Spaulding and Mr. and Mrs. Rich- ard Mtchaelis visited with Mrs. Stella'Palmer and Eddie Sunday. Sharon Weimer visited school on Friday. Dennis and Roland Potter were in Condon on Saturday. Mrs. Lillian Reis is visiting her son and family the Bentley Reises. 4- Bake Sale  Saturday, 2 p.m. Rexall Drug Store. lltl REDUCED TO $7800, OWNER LEAVING. A new 3 bedroom house in Arlington. Cheaper than you can build now. Hard- wood floors, full basement, gar- age in hasement. Unsurpassed view of Colembia river. Lot 50x100. S3540 cash 'to handle. W. B. 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