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Heppner Gazette Times, February 10, 1944 3
Co-Op and Erosion
Groups Hold Joint
Irrigon News Notes BOARDMAN NEWS
By Mrs. Ruth McMillan
Lexington Oil Co-operative held
its annual meeting Monday in the
Lexington grange hall in conjunc
tion with the Heppner Soil Conser
An interesting program was pre
sented the main feature being the
two reels of film that were rum by
Ed Williams, service manager Paci
fic Supply company, covering the
activities of the northwest coopera
tives. Chas. Poole, sales manager
of Pacific Supply co-operative
spoke as did Stephen Thompson
on raising funds for a memorial to
the late Professor Hyslop.
The members of the Co-op voted
to raise additional capital to enable
them to stock up on farm machin
ery. Joe Belanger, crop specialist
of Pendleton and E. R. Jackman,
extension specialist from CorvaUis
Kenneth Smouse and Fred Nel
son were elected soil erosion con
Clyde Denney and Lee Beckner
were oil coop directors. The Home
Ec club of the grange served a
The ladies aid resumed their reg
ular schedule Wednesday after
having been discontinued during
Mrs. Rudolph Kliinger sprained
lier foot quite badly last week but
is now greatly improved. Her daugh
ter Doris who was called here to
sare for her has returned to her
work at Ordnance.'
Mrs. Otto Ruhl and Mrs . Elmer
Hunt left for Portland Wednesday
night They were taken as far as
Arlington by Elmer Hunt.
Miss Dorothy Marsholl returned to
her home, at Bend Saturday after
visiting this week with her brother
and sister-in-law Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. Herman Wallace
and son returned Sunday from
Hubbard having driven down to
get their father Sam Wallace who
will visit a month here t
W. C. Carroll, vice president of
Jackson Implement company, Perry
Arnsbarger, secrtary-treasurer of
the firm and Jack Ward, who re
presents one of the larger whole
Bale houses In Portland were call
ers here this week.
Mr. and Mrs. Merritt Gray and
sons visited over the week-end at
By MBS. J. A. SHOTTN
Mrs. Tom Caldwell fell and broke
some ribs Tuesday. Mr and Mrs
Vernon Caldwell came up from
Portland Thursday and took her to
Hermston where she stayed until
Friday. She and Mr Caldwell have
have both been quite ill with the
C W Grim started work as a
guard on the Umatilla railroad
bridge Thursday night
Milo McFarland was an Irrigon
Grandma Graybeal is quite ill at
her home in Irrigon.
Vallas Dexter of La Grande en
listed in the army and will enter
Feb 10. He is coming to Irrigon be
fore leaving. He finished high
school here. His wife and son will
remain in La Grande.
Mrs. C W Acock and son Char
les Jr were Friday visitors in Her
miston. Wilmar Moore and Dave Loder
quist left for The Dalles Saturday.
Mrs Florence Grider and son Ma
rion were Sunday visitors at the
Henry Miller home.
The Irrigon community has been
having some good rains.
Frank Baumgardner and son of
Dayton were Irrigon visitors Sun
day. Mrs Lester Sites and Mr and Mrs
Don Kenny were Pendleton visitors
Mr and Mrs W C Isom are living
in their new home west of town.
The E R Schneiders attended the
Fellowship meeting in lone Wed
Avery Shoun arrived home Mon
day morning 'from Mountain City,
Tenn. whene he visited a host of
relatives and friends.. He found ev
erything very much changed in the
46 years since he had left there.
Seven Couples, the Minnicks,
Houghtons, Hills, Glascows, Wil
sons, E. Isoms, Dave Steagalls and
Luella Minnick spent an enjoyable
evening at the Henry Millers Sun
day evening playing pinochle.
Mr and Mrs Lee Somalish spent
Sunday with the W M Wilsons.
Mrs Birdie Stewart is visiting her
mother, Mrs R M McCoy.
the Gene Gray home in Stanfield.
Mrs. Dan Way left Tuesday for
St. Martin' Springs Wash, to join
her husband who has been taking
treatments there for the past two
Mrs. Lou Bradley is preparing
th school hot lunches in the absence
of Mrs. Dan Way.
La Verne Zutz visited at the C
C. Carmichael home Sunday on his
way from Ontario to Portland.
By BUBGABET THORPE
Lawrence Tyler was operated on
last Tuesday morning at Pendleton
for a hernia. He is improving ra
pidly. Albert Partow has been, home
this week on boot leave.
Election of a school board mem
ber to replace Mr. Ely who resign
ed was held Thursday night. A.
Hug was elected to take the place.
Allen Billings left Wednesday for
his army camp in Florida after vis
iting two weeks with his wife Mrs.
Zoe Billings. She resumed teach
ing Thursday morning. Mrs. Harry
Thorpe substituted during her ab
sence. Frances Skoubo spent the week
end at home.
Mrs. R. M. Brandhagen of Tigard
visited at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
George Daniels this week. Mrs.
Brandhagen is Mr. Daniels' sister.
Mrs. Francis Harter entertained
the teachers of the local school and
Mr and Mrs. Lynn Sunday night.
MV . Lynn is superintendent at
Mr. and Mrs. R Black spent Sat
urday in Pendleton shopping
Mrs. Marlow is confined ta her
bed with the flit She is staying
with Mrs. Ransier.
Chas. Anderegg went to Fossil
with a load of potatoes Tuesday.
The Boardman basketbal team
played at Irrigon. Boardman won
the game with a score of 30 to 19.
Mr and Mrs Buster Rands and
family are visiting his folks at
Mrs. Rutherford of Arlington
spent a few days at the Ed Sou
ders home this week.
CHURCH OF CHRIST
O. Wendell Herhison, Pastor
Bible school 9:45. A class for ev
Morning worskip 11 o'clock
Christian Endeavor, 6:38 p. m.
Evening worship 7:45 p. m,
ST. PATRICK'S CHURCH
Rev. Francis McCormack Pastor
Schedule of Services:
Henrmer: Sunday mass at 9 a. m.
on the 1st and 3rd Sundays; at
10:30 a. m. on the 2nd and 41k.
lone: 10:30 a- m, on the 1st and
3rd; 9:00 a. m. on the 2nd and 4j
Week day mass it 8 a. it First
Friday at 7:30 a. m.
Confessions-. Saturdays, 7:30 p. m.
to 8:00 p. m. Sundays 8:15 a. m. to
8 55 a. m.
IONE BAPTIST CHURCH
J. C. Stephen. Pastor
Sunday school, 10 a. m.
Morning service, 11 o'clock.
Evening service, 7:30 o'clock.
Midweek service, 7:30 p. m. Wed
nesday. FIRST METHODIST CHURCH
Bennie Howe, Minister
SUNDAY February 13: .
Divine worship at 11 a. m.
Church school at 9:45 a. m.
Evening song and praise service
at 7:30 o'clock.
Choir rehearsal every Thursday
THOUGHT FOR THE WEEK:
He is no fool who parts with
what he cannot keep to get that
which he shall not lose
IONE COOPERATIVE CHURCH
II. N. Waddell, Pastor
Bible school. 10 a. m.
Worship service 11 a m. Ser
mon "The Reality of the Christian
Prayer service at 8 p. m. at the
Wednesday 8 pm. choir prac
Thursday 2 pm. Union aid meet
ing. Our evangelistic meeting will be
gin Feb 27th.
A friendly church with a friendly
welcome invites you.
ALL SAINTS EPKCOPAL
ArcMeacMi NevilU Bhurt
Holy Communion, 8 a. m.
Church School, 9:45 a. m.
Morning Prayer Ham.
' Bishop Remington will preach at
the morning service.
bought vo or
at tfie CHUCK WAGON, Meacham, Ore.
Good wages, good living conditions
MRS. PERRY BARTLEMAY
Have .you ever thought about how
important it is to the rest of the
Keep it in the Best of Shape!
We can make it easy for you
You can't go wrong on
(We have the nails to go with them)
ASBESTOS FIBRE ROOF PAINT
by the barrel or in gallon cans
Tum-a-Lom Lumber Co.
After March I st the price will be double
$1 for each male and spayed female
$2 for each female
AFTER MARCH 1st
$2 for each male and spayed female
$4 for each female
JOHN H. FUITEN,
Sheriff and Tax Collector