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6 Heppner Gazette Times, July 27, 1944
IONE NEWS NOTES
By KTSS. OHAB BXBTMANH
In France Former
Resident of lone
First Lt. Alfred C. Emert, son of
Mrs. W. A. Emert of Hermiston,
has been reported missing in action
in France on July 4 according to a
telegram received by his brothers,
Delbert and Beacher Emert of lone.
Lt. Emert is a bombardier on a
B-24 liberator bomber, and recently
received the air medal. His wife
lives on their farm near Seymour,
Tenn. Alfred lived at lone for sev
eral years and attended school here.
Tom Huston S 2c, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Claude Huston of lone, ar
rived home from Farragut naval
training center where he has just
completed a semaprore course.
Mrs. Frank Lundell underwent
an operation for goiter Monday at
the Good Samaritan hospital in
Portland, according to word re
ceived by relatives here.
Mrs. J. D. Darst and son, Dick,
have returned to the home of her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Leonard
Carlson of Gooseberry. She has
spent the last several months with
her husband at Gearhart and other
coastal points. Mr. Darst, who is a
pharmacist in the navy, has again
left the states.
Robert Rietmann of Fullerton
Calif, arrived Tuesday for a visit
with relatives. Accompanying him
were his cousin and wife, Mr. and
Mrs. Edgar Leutwiler of La Habra
Calif. Both men are citrus fruit
growers. Norton Lundell of Los An
geles also rode up with them, and
will remain for a longer time.
Patricia Drake, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Cleo Drake, is slowly im
proving after a serious attack of
The lone school board announces
the following school bus routes con
tracted: Lone Tree route to J. Eu
banks; Gooseberry route to Mrs.
Herbert Ekatrom, and the McEllig
ott route to John Bryson.
Miss Jane Huston returned Mon
day from Portland, where she at
tended the first session of stimmer
Mr. and Mrs. John Eubanks and
Donald returned from Portland on
Monday where they purchased a
station wagon for a school 'bus this
fall. Alice Kay and Judy Mason
came back with them and will visit
at the Louia Halvorsen home for a
Sttrs. Jack Forsyfche and Miss Bet
ty Befgevin spent several days the
first of the week visiting in Walla
Mr. and Mrs. Viator Rietmann
and family were hosts at a family
dinner Sunday. The following were
present: Mr. and Mrs. David Riet
mann and family, Mr. and Mrs. Ed
gar Leutwiler, Robert and Otto
Rietmann, Mr. and Mrs. Werner
Rietmann and Omar Rietmann and
son Gene, :
Charles Chick of Portland spent
two days of last week in lone look
ing after property interests. He was
a guest at the Frank Engleman
home. Mr. Chick is in charge of
siu?plies at the Kaiser hospital in
Wesley McNab arrived in lone
Saturday from Seattle where he
recently underwent an operation.
He has been doing longshoreman
work, but will remain here for har
vest. First Lt. Jack Forsythe has ar
rived in New York according to a
telegram received last Thursday by
his wife and his parents, Mr. and
Mrs. B. C. Forsythe. During his 11
montlis in England Lt. Forsythe
has completed his bombing mis
sions as a navigator and has spent
three months in the courier com
jnand. Following the H. E. 'club Friday
at the grange hall, Mrs. Walter
Cor ley was given a personal sho
wer to help replace the things she
lost in the fire at the Delbert Em
ert ranch last week. Hostesses were
Mrs. H. E. Heliker, Mrs. Leroy Tur
ner, Mrs. John Bryson and Mpb.
: Ed Bergstroma have stored their
furniture in the vacant Yarnell
Mr. and Mr. Harry YwrneU were
Sunday guests at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. Petersen in Lexington.
Mr. and Mrs. John Eubanks and
Mr. and Mrs. Art Stefani made a
business trip to Walla Walla last
Dale Ray has gone to Lyle Wash,
to assist his sons, Claude and Bill
Brashears with their harvest.
The outside of the Garland Swan-
house warming. Ice cream, cookies
and punch were served at the no
host affair. The following day Mr.
and Mrs. Corley left for Portland
to visit relatives.
Mrs. W. H. Zinter returned
Pvt. Walter Corley Jr. is here Thursday night from Willets. Calif,
from Louisiana visiting his wife. where e visited her mother- Mrs;
On Sunday a group of friends gath- E. S.- Cowan.
ered at the Corley home for a Sgt Fred Ritchie arrived Monday
son office building is receiving a
new coat of paint.
Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Preuse
of Portland are helping with har
vest at the home of her uncle and
aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Lee Beckner.
for a two day visit with his sisters,
Mrs. Clifford McCabe and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. CliSford McCabe
drove to Pendleton Sunday to visit
Mr. McCabe's mother, Mrs. A. A.
McCabe, who recently underwent a
major operation in that city. They
found her much improved and in
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