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    2 Heppner Gazettejjrnes, Noyember4,J943
IONE NEWS NOTES
became critical. It will be necessary a well near the Adams store.
for her to remain there for treat- Sinice Moore has infection in his
ment before an operation is ad- face near his eye that has closed
By MBS. OMAR BUETMANW visable. his; eye.
On Wednesday evening of last The Past Noble Grand club of Gjen O'Brien will
week the young people of the com- lone has scheduled a silver tea for take ' to Menlo Wash
munity gave a party at the grange Nov. 13 at the I. O. O. F. halL In Mra O'Brien ha been
hall for Jimmy Barnett, Donaid Pe- addition to the tea there will be yng jr family,
terson and Donald Butcher who a gale cf fancy work and cooked '
left Friday for Spokane to report foods. Mrs- ma Steward accm-
for service. Mr. and Mrs. Norton Lundell of v e O Bnens to Portland
Mrs. Loren Hale spent a day last Log Angeles arrived Thursday to where she will visit her children,
week at Hermiston visiting her bro- visit their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Mrs Walter Agee of Umatilla
ther and his wife, Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Heliker and Mr. and Mrs. wa.3 an Irrigon visitor Tuesday.
Fred McMurray. Mrs. Hale returned E. R. Lundell. Norton has been Miss Heibert and Miss Stubben
to her home at Albany Wednesday, granted a month's leave of absence dick left Tuesday after three weeks
Mrs. Aky Peck and three child- from his work to regain his health, in Irrigon after about three weeks
ren of Eugene were visitors at the Mrs, Lana Padberg has been ill in which they taught Bible lessons
home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. for several days with the flu. She and preached and (?ang at the
Ed Buschke of Morgan last week jg now quite a bit better and spent church here.
while Mr. Peck was hunting in the the week-end with her daughter, June Goodman left for her home
mountains. Mrs. Terrell Benge of Lexington. at Hood River Tuesday modning
Mr. and Mrs. Lester Goodrich a group of friends gathered at after visiting at the Russell McCoy
and son Lyle Washington spent a the home of Rev. and Mrs. Joseph home.
days visiting Mrs. Goodrich's par- Stephens Friday evening. A pot Mrg Cedl kft for
ents, Mr and Mrs. Dale Ray luck dinner was enjoyed and the Portland Tuesday after ting
A two -day teacher institute was evening was spent playing games j-wci in Irrigon.
held in lone Oct. 29 and 30. About followed by hym and prayer. The T . ,T
40 teachers attended the sessions, brout gifts to their host J Moore returned Tuesday
The ladies of the Maranatha served and hostess. Those attending were Memphis, Tenn. He says the
a luncheon Friday noon. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Aldrich and tr and buses are so crowded
Mrs. Wm. Seehafer who under- Harold Gibson; Mr. and xt ls hard to keeP Zom&
went an operation at Pendleton at Mrs. Wm. Zinter and family, Mr. Mr- an& Mrs. Adren Allen and
the St. Anthony hospital recently and Mrs. Alfred Troedson and Donna Marie were Walla Walla
reported well on the road to re- granddaughter. Carol Odem. Mrs. visitors Monday. Mr. Alkn went
covery. Ida Grabil and Mr. and Mrs. John to a physician there.
Mesdames Howard Eubanks and Bryson. Mrs. J. R. Wood and small son
John Eubanks entertained at a par- Mrs. Darrell Padberg and Mrs. RuU Frank visited with her pa
ty for Mr. and Mrs Charles Carl- Terrell Benge spent Saturday shop- rents the F. C. Fredericksons Sat
son Saturday evening -at the home ping in Pendleton. urday. They live 'across the river,
of Mr. and Mrs John Eubanks The Billy Gorger and Wallace Cox of R R a few
occasion was the second wedding Calgary, Canada, a classmate of with hia ffsbee at D den Wash
anniversary of the Carlsons. Those Billyhs at Columbia Prep school, jje t Friday
present were Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd spent the week-end with Mr. and
Morgan, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Mrs. Henry Gorger. Billy's parents. '
Harris. Mr. and Mrs. Delbert Emert,
Miss Eva Swanson, the honor mnirAkl urtir
guests and the hosts IRRIGON NEWS
Mrs. Mary Swanson returned late
Friday evening from a two weeks Youth Experiences .
visit in Portland and Salem. She '
accompanied her son Norman of Slight BlimS From
Portland who is making a short ., i-
visit in ione. Oil ignited Fire
Mrs. John Turner returned to By MBS. J. A. SHOXTN
her home in Baker on Thursday. Dale Moore, 11 years old nar-
Her sister, Mrs. Vera Rietmann, rowly escaped a bad accident
made the trip with her. Mrs. Riet- Thursday evening when pourining
mann returned Sunday and Mrs. kerosene into the stove and the oil
Turner left Tuesday for Tyler Tex. blazed up singeing his eyebrows
where she will join her husband and hair and burning his face and
who is in training at Camp Fannin, arms, but cauffng no blisters..
Word was received last week of Glen O'Brien,1 Charles Welles
the death of Sherman Blackwell Acack Jr.. Raymond Coulter and
of Canyon City. The Blackwell fam- Gus left for Hoppner last Thurs-
ily was well known here. Surviving day to report for army duty. They
him are three sisterts and .one wnt to Spokane where they are
brother. Helen Long of Echo. Sylvia to report at Fort Douglas Utah
Ford of Portland, Leona Calvin of about Nov. 19th excepting Charles
Eugene and Blaine Blackwell of Acock who will go on with his
Salem. work in the shop at the U. O. D.
Mrs. Howard Eubanks received Donald Houghton spent a few
Saturday from her husband that he days with his parent the Fred
has been hospitalized in Portland. Hough tons leaving Thursday eve
She left Sunday to be with him. ning for hi3 navy camp at Boulder
Howard has been serving with the Colo.
Merchant Marines. Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Shoun and
Mrs. H. E. Yarnell was rushed granddaughter Judy were Heppner
to the hospital in The Dalle late visitors last Wednesday. ,
Friday night when her condition Fred Adams and fton are drilling
GUESTS OF TURNERS
Mrs. Nellie Anderson of Portland
and her daughter, Mrs Willis Roller
of Palo Alto, Calif have been
guests this week of Mr. and Mrs.
F. W. Turner. Mrs. Roller left to
day to return to Palo Alto and Mrs.
Anderson will remain the rest of
the week. She may locate at The
Dajles where she will be associat
ed with an insurance and realty
firm.
Mrs. Eller Brock of Pendletoir
accompanied Bishop Remington to
Heppner Sunday and spent the day
with her sister, Mrs. Josie Jones
MOVE TO LOS ANGELES
Word has been received that the
J. V. Crawford family is now locat
in Los" Angeles, to which point they
recently moved from Portland. The
state of their small son Jim's health
is said to have prompted the move.
Jasper has been employed on the
Morning Oregonian since returning
from Alaska.
WEEK-END GUESTS
Guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Nys
from Friday to Sunday were Mr.
Nys" daughter, Mrs. Frank Green
berg, and Mis'g Joan Winslow of
Portland. Mr. Nys -took the guests
to Arlington Sunday afternoon to
catch a bus' to the city.
GOING TO IDAHO
Mrs. C. C. Dunham will leave
Friday evening for Couer d'Alene,
Ida., where she will remain Several
months to be near her husband.
P. M. 2-c C. C. Dunham of Farra
gut. He is in the hospital service at
the big naval training station.
A G-T want ad will do wonders
if you have anything to sell, tradt
or exchange. Results every dme.
You'll save preci
ous Ration Points
... if you eat din
ner here at least a
few times each
week.
We are closed all
day Wednesday.
Try our Meatless
Meals Friday.
HEPPNER
CAFE
K bibb
NEED ATTENTION
i V
Children start
school soon
have their eyes
checked now.
Highly trained
eye specialist
with years of
experience, is
waiting to
serve you.
DJl. STRAM
OrTQriETKIST
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225 Soufh Mam
Pendleton, Oregon
I Co.
403
OpAUL BUNYAN", legendary hero of the lumber camps,
has swung his gleaming ax at the Axis to add new chap
ters to his .saga. Once again America's mighty forests have
answered the call of the nation.
In peace or war Bunyan has always served his country
well. In peace his industry provides wood for homes, schools,
churches, and newspapers. In war Paul's disciples step up
their pace to produce materials for ships, planes, barracks.
Imbued with the pioneer spirit necessary to win this
war, a half million Bunyans are "delivering the woods'.'! ,
Ki
inzua
Pine Mills
Co.