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Points for WAA mmnViorcTii
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Surrell. earned by participation on her
Allert Partlow will leave- Fh--house team sh took t ft
day lor jjarragui, iaa to m-ui Phi Gamma Delta team. She is the
iviv La tvt r. zr ,1 . naval tramm& daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Newt
Mr. and Mrs. R. K. Miller and Morrow county Pomona will meet o'Harra
family have moved onto the Mc here at Boardman on Dec 15. The -'
Cutcheon farm as the place they meeting will also serve as county FT.riLY GATHERING
lived on has been sold. wide installation of officers with r.::u T.'.rs. Burton Peck en-
A community dinner was held at state officers officiating. The state (rrtrir.cd nt Thanksgiving gather
the Grange hall on Thansgiving master will give an account of mg the following members of their
day. A good crowd attended and his recent trip to England. The family: Cpl James H. Peck and
everyone enjoyed the occasion. meeting will be open to the pub- wife 0n furlough from Sheppard
Mrs. Ed1 Kuntz had the misfor- lie at 2 p. m. for the installation Field, Tex,; Mr. and Mrs. Willard
tune to fall recently and break her and the program presented by the Nolan and three children; Mr. and
hand. state officers. Mrs. George N. Peck, Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. McFarland spent Guests at the home of. Mrs. Flor- Harold K. Peck and three child
the week-end in Portland wfhere ence Barlow for Thanksgiving din- ren, and Bud Peck. Cpl. Peck and
Mr. McFarland attended an inter- ner we Jenkins, Mrs. Blay- wife left Saturday by auto for his
state creamery meeting. Thay rode den Mrs- Warner and Mrs. Klitz. Texas post.
down with Mr. and Mrs Plass of Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Hamilton
Hermiston. Mr. Plass, who is man- were surprised by a visit of his
ager of the creamery, also attended father who caxne from pai to
the meeting. spend Thanksgiving with them.
Mr. and Mrs. I. Skoubo have He returned to his home Monday
heard from Ralph who is in Eng- Shirley and Joyce McFarland
and Genevieve Connell of Umatilla
" spent the week-end at the McFar-
Olga Jensen of the U. A. army land home
is spending a furlough at the I. Mrs Jean Nolt left Wednesday
Skoubo home. Olga is home from for Bremerton to be with her hus-
the battle front having completed band who statoned in the navy
his 50 missions. He expects to re- there
main in the states as an instructor. Ml and MrS- Crawford Oveson
The soldiers from the local and daughter of Wallowa spent
camp have been transferred to Thanksgiving vacation at the Ron
Walla Walla. ald Black home
Mr. and Mrs. George Daniels and Beverly, Garry and Pat Pettys
Billy spent Saturday in The Dalles. spent the week-end with their
Shoppers in Pendleton from here parents Mr. and Mrs. Nate Ma
Saturday were Mr. and Mrs. Cecil comber.
Hamilton, Mrs. Minnie Wilson, and A bridal shower will be held
Edith Hendricks, Paul and Pauline DeC. 7 at Gorhams for Mrs.
Smith and Mrs. Nathan Thorpe. EEzdbeth Traibourrh.
I. Skoubo made a business trip Mr and MrS. Vernon Root and
to Portland Sunday night. sori) Mr and Mrs. Ed Barlow and
The annual Ladies Aid bazaar children and Mr and Mrs. Al
will be held Friday Dec. 3 at the Macomber and children spent Sun
grange hall. Supper will be served day at the Root home.
at 6 o'clock and a program starts
at 8. PATTY O'HARRA MAKES
Mr. and Mrs. Newkirk of De- ATHLETIC GROUP AT U of O
lake returned to their home after Patty O'Harra. Lexington, fresh
spending Thanksgiving with her man at the University of Oregon
cousin Mrs. Briggs. in pre-nursing, was one of 72 new
Mrs. Ordway of Hood River is members initiated into the Women's
visiting her daughter. Mrs. Surrell. Athletic association late last week
John Surrell of Camp Farragut. at an afternoon ceremonial in Ger
spent the week-end with his par- linger hall.
1 Meat Slicer
2 Cash Registers
1 Counter, Stimp
1 Counter, Dayton
Bunch of Scoops
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