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2 Heppner Gazette Times, April 20, 1944
IONE NEWS NOTES
Bv MRS. GMAB EtETMAUU
Misses Jean Coleman, Doris and
Laurel Pamateer and David Baker
left for Portland Monday of last
week returning Thursday. Doris has
comleted her cadet nurse trainii.g
in La Grande and will enter tech
nical training in Portland.
Miss Eva Swansen returned Wed
nesday evening of last week after
an extended vir.it in Salem with h r
sister, Mrs. Elmo McMillan. ,
Radioman Billy Eubanks spent
several days of his leave in lone.
He was accompanied by his parents
Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Smith and sis
ter, Mrs. C. E Brenner of Portland
who returned to Portland after two
days visit here.
Mr. and Mrs. Gene Engleman and
Mr. Egleman's sister, Mrs. Espcr
Hhsen all of Portland visited rela
tives in lone Friday. Gene reported
f t Portland on April 19 for service
in the navy.
Mr. and Mrs. Clair Faubion and
14-months old daughter Katheen
Louise of Hood River visited Mrs.
Fabion's mother, Mrs. Fletcher
several days last week.
Floyd Barnett of Seattle spen'
the week-end with his brother Ray
Barnett. While here the two broth
ers visited their mother Mrs. Char
les Nord in Pendleton.
Melvin Brady S2c, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Ralph Ledbetter of Lex
ington, who is stationed at Bremer
ton visited in lone during his leave.
Mr. and Mrs. Beach Emert were
Portland visitors last week.
C E. Fisk and Delbert Emert
moved their cattle through lone to
Stanfield Wednesday morning. The
Iwo herds composed of cows and
calves, totaled ovoer 500.
Richard Waddell of Nyssa is at
the home of his parents, Rev. and
Mrs. H. N. Waddell suffering from
infection in the glands of his throat.
Mrs. Tonxlinson of Nyssa accompan
ed him to lone and returned home
The various organizations of lone
show to be' presented on Saturday
show to e presented on Saturday,
April 22 at 8 p. m. The show is
jponsored by the lone P.-TA. to
help raise funds to buy the public
; ddress system for the school.
The Topic club held the April
study meeting at tho apartment of
'Isr. Charles Carlson last Satur
day afternoon. The hostesses were
Mesdames Carlson, Milton Margan
Martin Cotten and Elmer Griffith.
Mrs. Griffith and Mrs. Cotter gave
' report on the book, "Under Cover.'
The social meeting will be at the
..ome of Mrs. Cotter on Saturday,
Mrs. Omar Rietmann and oon
Larry spent the week-end with
Mrs. Inez Freeland of Portland,
mother of Mrs. Rietmann.
Mr. and Mrs. Delbert Emert
drove to Portland Sunday. They
were accompanied by Mr. Emert's
mother, Mrs. Mary Emert of Her
miston, his niece Miss Lee Wick
ham of Portland and Radioman Bill
Eubanks and Pvt Paul Rietmann.
Bill and Paul left Portland Monday
evening, Bill returning to New
York and Paul to Camp Atterbury
Ted Peterson S2c, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Henry Peterson, was home on
a 48 hour liberty Friday and Satur
day. Ted is stationed at Astoria.
F. W. Sheridan former station
agent of lone spent Tuesday he e
attending to last minute business
before returning to Chicago where
he now has a position with the rail
Mrs. Charles Carlson was pleas
antly surprised Sunday when a
number of her friends spent the
ai'ternooon and evening at her
apartment. Supper wai provided
and served by the guests. Those
present were Mr. and Mrs. John
Eubanks and son, Mr. and Mr'.
Herbert Eckstrorn and two sons,
Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Halvorsen, Mr.
and Mrs. Clarence Harris and two
children, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond
Lundell, Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Mor
gan and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Art
atelani and Garland Swianson-
Mrs. Garland Swanson and chil
dren spent the week-end in Salem
with Mrs. Sw;inson's mother, Mrs.
Miller who recently suffered a
Mrs. Earline Peck returned Tues
day evening after a week's visit la
Miss Alice Nichoson left Saturday
for Quinton where she is relief op
erator at the railroad station.
Irrigon News Notes
By ICRS. J. A. MOW
Leroy Minnich of the navy left
Tuesday night for Camp Farragut
after enjoying a 15-day leave.
Miss LaVern Duus and two com
panions from Pendleton spent Tues
day in Irrigon. Her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Herman Duus were called to
Portland Sunday due to the serious
illness of Mrs. Duus' father, so their
daughter missed them. '
Mr. and Mrs. Don Isom spent
several days with his parents ,tha
W. C. Isoms, returning to Sweet
The Earl Russells left for Lewis
ton, Ida. Monday.
Mr and Mrs. Sinice Moore were
Walla Walla visitors Monday.
John M. Tishista of the army ar
rived Tuesday to visit with the
James Taid family.
Edward C. Elliott, coach at Uni
on high school will teach in Irrigon
next year. He was a former teacher
Irrigon will have a new staff of
teachers this fall as all of the pre
sent force have other plans for the
Mr. and Mrs. Irwn Pierson of
Ordnance have bought the Adren
Allen place. The Aliens have pur
chased a home near The Dalles an l
moved Tuesday. J. O. Sweringen
took a load of the household goods
down to The Dalles.
C. W. Acock was a Dalles visitor
Saturday. He accompanied the Ad
Leslie Rucher has been transfer
red from Pullman where he has
been a cadet in the air corps to a
gunnery school at Los Vegas. His
father, E. E. Rucher visited him at
Pullman Thursday and saw him
leave Pullman Friday.
Rev. and rs. Wilderman of Sunny
side began services in the Pente
costal church Tuesday.
Herbert and David Rand were
Pendleton visitors Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Smith, Har
riet, Jack and Patttie were in Pen
dleton Wednesday as was also Ha
zel bteagall. ' 1 ,, -
Floyd Spaik:! end Floyd P.Ovar
cho rented the Ruth tfeika:- .h. zi.
Fred Adams and family were Wal
la Walla visitors Monday.
Mrs. Maynard Hoa gland was - op
erated for appendicitis at the Ord
nance hospital Wednesday and is
getting along nicely and will soon
be home. Her three oldest daughters
are staying with their grandmother
in Stanfield while she is gone.
The high school had a barn dance
and pie social at the school gym.
Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Co wins were
called to Portland the first of the
week by the serious' illness of Mrs.
Cowin's brother, Lewis Allyn, who
suffered a relapse after being re
ported Improving. 1 '.-,
V.'o'vo got Axis to grind. Buy
Defense Bonds and Stamps.
These are busy times
especially so for the one
who has to plan and pre
pare the meals for the
fr.r.:'ly for she too is do
her share of war work.
It will be a boost to her's
and the family's morale to eat out occasionally
to enjoy one of our STEAK DINNERS, or an
oyster supper, or any one of the wide variety of
excellent meals to be found on our bill of fare.
Come any time . . . we're always prepared.
1943 LOANS EXPIRE APRIL 31
Farmers who have not yet re
deemed 1943 loans on warehouse
stored wheat, barley and rye are rs
minded by WFA that their loans
mature on April 30. After that
date, the loan , contract provides
.that the CCC take possession of
the wheat and offer it for sale. Cur
rent market prices are high enougn
to permit borrowers to dispose of
their wheat, barley and rye above
the loan and other charges against
it. Loans on the 1942 wheat crop
stored on farms also mature on Ap
ril 30, but borrowers may make de
livery or redemption during the
following 60 days. Announcement of
the 1944 wheat loan rates is
Business Is Becoming
Over the Future . . ,
Demand for labor is beginning to de
cline; construction is at low ebb; total
retail sales are little if any higher than
at this time last year. Best gains are in
the Pacif ic Coast region. Savings banks
deposits have reached a new high ...
But we are still batting 100 percent.
Why worry about your sugar allowance
Come in and take some of Foster's
delicious doughnuts, angel food cake,
or some other fine flavored cake home
for that lunch tonight. Also have a full
line of Foster's bread cracked wheat,"
Hollywood non-fattening, rye and other
kinds. Give them a trial.
BUY MORE WAR BONDS!
IHOULD BE HARVESTED
TIKE all other living things trees have a youth,
-- maturity, and an old age. '
Forest trees which give us our lumber, our pulpwood,
plywood, and countless other daily necessities, produce
most useful wood in their early and middle life.
Good forestry and good management calls for harvest-'
ing mature trees before decay sets in and makes them less;
valuable to the nation, creating a breeding place fof
destructive insects and disease.
Good forest management creates a cycle of continuous,
tree crops. That is the basis on which this company operate!
with an eye on today ... an eye on tomorrow.
inzua Pine Mills Co