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Heppner Gazette Times, March 16, 191 4 3
10NE NEWS NOTES
By MBS. OMAB WETMASH
Cpl Barbara Snyder and A. W.
1 Laura Bristow of the Royal Ca
nadian Airforce women's division,
were guests last week of Mr. ana
Mrs. David Rietmann and Mrs. Etta
Bristow. The young women, who
have been in service about two
years were on leave from Vancou
ver, B. C. where they are stationed.
A. Wl Bristow is a niece of Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. Donald Heliker
have as their guests Mrs. Earl Bal
dwin of The Dalles, 'sister of Mrs.
H. K club of Willows grange will
, meet in all day session at the home
of Mrs. Helena Buschke near Mor
gan on March 17. Potluck at noon.
All members are urged to be
Miss Doris Palmateer is spend
ing her two weeks 'vacation with
her mother, Mrs. Echo Palmateer.
Doits is training as a nurse cadet
at La Grande.
Rev. and Mrs. Paul A. Davies of
the Congregational church assncia
tion will be in lone Friday, March
17. There will be a fellowship sup
per at the Congregational room at
6:30 after which there will be ser
vice and a reception for the new
members of the Cooperative church,
Word has been received of the
arrival of a second son, Carl Nor
man, in the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Erling Thompson, Catherine Scharf,
of MdVDnnville on March 6. Mr.
and Mrs. Thompson are former lone
residents, Mrs. Thompson having
taught in the lone schools a num
ber of years.
Joe Mason of Pnneviile is re
ported recovering satisfactorily fol
lowing a gun-shot wound in the
abdomen he received last Tuesday
when attacked! by Sidney Elms in
an altercation over payment of rent
by Elms for his furniture and vio
lin repair shop. Elm later died from
a self-inflicted head wound. Mason
is well known here being a native
of lone and a brother of Bert Ma
son, lone merchant.
Roy Pettyjohn is on furlough,
visiting his family at the home of
N. E. Pettyjohn. A family dinner in
Roy's honor was held Sunday at the
1'he Maranatha club held an all
day meeting last Saturday at the
Congregational rooms with good
attendance at the pot-lutk dinner
and! meeing afterwards when Rev.
Miller entertained with song and
About 30 members and friends of
the Cooperative church with their
families gathered ior dinner at the
Congregational rooms Sunday. In
the aiternoon a quiz program on
the Bible was conducted by Rev.
Earl Miller which proved very in
teresting and enlightening. The two
weeks meeting nf the church came
to a close Sunday evening with a
record attendance for the two
weeks. Friends from Heppner and
Lexington were also present. Bap
tismal service for eight converts
were held after the evening service.
Mrs. Harvey Ring returned from
Pendleton Sunday. She is now con
valescing from a major operation
she underwent at St. Anthony's
hospital a few weeks ago.
Mrs. Huston Bryson of Portland
is visiting at the home of her hus
band's parents, Mr. and Mrs. John
Leslie Roundy of La Grande was
in lone Sunday. He returned to La
Grande Monday accompanied by
his family who have been at the
home of Mrs. Roundy's father,
Pvt Tench Aldrich returned to
Camp Polk La. last Saturday.
Wm. A. Hayes returned to lone
last week after several weeks visit
in California and Texas.
Mrs. Laxton McMurray has re
covered from the flu sufficiently to
be up and around again.
All the teachers in the lone school
have been re-elected with the ex
ception of Mrs. Delia Nance and
James Ryan who had previously
announced thei intention to re
sign. Mrs. Mary Peiffer of Walla Wal
la spent Tuesday in lone visiting
her sister Mrs. Charles Nord of
Portland who is ill at the home of
her son Ray Bamett
By MBS. J. A. SKOVN
Mrs. Jack McFall of Spokane is
visiting her husband's parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Charles McFall.
Mrs. Lon Lathrop of Enterprise
spent several days with the Elmer
Rucher and Paul Slaughter families.
Billy Rutledge and Joe Wilson
are going to Heppner Saturday to
go to the army camp to which they
are assigned. .
Calvin Allen and Betty May Grim
went to Monument and Prairie
City to see their grandfather, Geo.
Hux who has been ill.
Mrs . Ruth Umiker .md Bety
Acock were Prosser visitors Satur
E. R. Schneider and Joe Wilson
left for Metaline Falls Monday.
Moses McGrew and a boy named
Wright of Orchard, Wash., and Ro
bert McGrew of Farragut Ida., were
Irrigon visitors Monday.
Fred Adams has the foundation
laid for art addition to his store.
R. C. Woods and Lois Markham
were Walla Walla visitors Monday.
J. A. Shoun was in Walla Walla
Mrs. Nora Wilson arrived home
Saturday for Portland and Wood
lawn where she; has been visiting
Mrs. Nina Harris came up from
Portland Saturday going back Sun-dc,-r
Mr. and Mrs. Glasgow gave a
farewell party Wednesday evening
for Billy Aldrich and his mother.
Mr. and Mrs. Batie Rand and two
sons were Pendleton visitors Sat
Sinice Moore was in Pendleton on
Mr. and Mrs. George Brown were
Yakima visitors Monday getting
home Tuesday morning.
Mrs. Wes Isom left for Portland
Irrgon had a hard wind Friday
that disrupted telephone and elec
tric service of the Leicht station, A
repair crew had to be called to re
move the fallen trees and repair
The last few nights have been
extra cold. Tuesday night was cold
prioiiich to freeze pipes.
A good cup of coffee is the
perfect complement to a sat
isfying meal. Our food is
good, well cooked, and taste
ful; our service is prompt and
we are pleased to serve you.
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the introductory handshake beyond the first merchan
dise sold and delivered.
Experience over a long period of years will tell you
whether a store fulfills its promises, treats you fairly and
' squarely in all transactions, large or small.
The confidence is mutual and we intend to continue
to do our part.
Due to shortage of help we
remain closed all day on
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