Heppner gazette-times. (Heppner, Or.) 1925-current, November 11, 1943, Page 5, Image 5

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Heppner Gazette Times, November 1 1, 1943 5
IRRIGON NEWS
By MBS. J. A. SHOOT?
Mrs. Harry Whipple Started
California Wednesday to visit her
father and brother who live there
Mack McCoy, chief petty officer,
first class left Monday for Nor
folk. Va. His mother, Mrs. R. M
McCoy had a dinner Sunday honor
ing him and Mrs. McCoy. Sno-w
McCoy and Naomi Brownell were
here from Hermiston as well as
all the McCoy families and the
Marshall Markham families.
Curti Stephens is at Fort Lewis
in the army. He has been work
ing in a garage in Portland the past
16 months.
The Ladies Aid met at the Ste
phens home, and made aprons.
Avery Shoun , and Mr. Miller
were in Heppner Friday.
Melvin Larkin of Monroe has
been visiting his sister, Miss Dor
othy Larkin. He left for his home
Monday.
Mr and Mrs. George Linn spent
the week-end at Boardman.'
Mrs. Frank F. Fredrickson is a
patient in the Pendleton hospital.
Mrs. Jean Benefiel of Seattle is
here visiting her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Ernest Stephens.
Mrs. Harry Cooper and small son
are al?p here at home with the
Stephens'. Harry Cooper spent
Sunday with his family and left for
his work at Hanford Monday
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Grider and
Mrs. Ernest Stephens had a birth
day dinner to honor Clark's 16th
birthday.
Mrs. Louise Gannett is visiting
her sister, Grandma Browning.
Charles Markham is home from
San Diego visiting his parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Harry Smith. He returned home Sunday.
to the army Tuesday after his fur
lough here. He is to attend an army
school when he gets back,
Mrs. Johnnie Sweringen and
small daughter of Hermiston were
visitors at the J. O. , Sweringen
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Smith and brought on home,
small son Steven left for Portland Mrs Freda Mae Shoun and Mr.
Sunday. Mrs. Smith's mother, who and Mrs. Lovett of Pa ere Ir-
has been spending several months- ngon vmtors Frlday-
in the Willamette valley and in ,
California is to be in Portland soon Naval or army insignia and his
and will be met by the Smiths and own name on good bond paper.
Dance
I.O.O.F. HALL
Lexington, Oregon
SATURDAY
November, 13
Music by
YARN ELL'S
ORCHESTRA
Admission 1.25 Federal Tax 13c
Total $1.38
Supper Served
Everybody welcome ami a foed
time assured.
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Special
Chicken Dinners
each Sunday
11 a. m. to 8 p. m.
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