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Heppner Gazette Times, August 3, 1944 3
Irrigon News Notes
Bv MBS. J. A. SHOtn
Mrs. Frvv Minniok 1 Jin'-r
Luella and Lwis Rm'-w vrpm
Pendleton visiters Wednesdav.
They visited Lewis's mother, Mrs.
Elmer Rucer who is in St. An
Mrs. Ren a Sites and Mrs. Lloyd
Aldrick were Heoner "isitors fh?c
week as were the Wm. Slates
family. The Slates' are newcomers
here having bought the Edgbert
farm west of - town.
Stella Da!l is in the Pendleton
Mrs. Emma Stewart was quite
badly scalded' on one arm and one
foot when a can of hot peaches
burst while she was canning Fri
day. Otto Meyers of The Dalles was
in Irrigon Friday.
Henry Miller was in Spokane
The Hunting brothers threshed
the William Wilson grain Friday.
Mrs. Mike Hinckley was taken
to the Ordnance hospital Monday
by Mrs. K. Fraser.
Dolores Haberlein of the mar
ines arrived home Tuesday to vis
it the Paul Haberleins and her
Mrs. Wiley Benefiel and small
son and Joe Stephens left for Se
attle Sunday after spending
week with her parentts, the Er
Shirley and Vernon Teele of
Ordnance are visiting their grand
parents the L. M. Smiths.
Mrs. Jesse Kane of Nebraska is
visiting her sister Mrs. Tom Cald
wel. She came from Idaho where
she had been visiting.
Mr. and Mijs. James Arnberg
were irrigqn visitors Wednesday
Miss Betty Acock, cadet nurse
at La Grande , arrived Thursday
to visit her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
C. W. Acock. She went back to
La Grande Sunday night.
The Paul Haberleins and Dolores
and Paula Haberlein arrived home
Saturday night alter a few days in
Wilmer Moore of Hermiston was
an Irrigon visitor Monday.
Jack White returned Monday
from Enteiprise. He has a friend
Wayne' Gollyhorn is visiting his
grandparents, the A. H. Jacksons
Mrs. Matt Didier and children
rr.d IMrs. Wintehell of Condon vis
aed 1'atu -dry -at the Walter Gri
the E. R. Schneiders and Her
bert Rand went to Freewater Mon
day to attend the Pentecosal camp
Maxine Frazer is to go to the
Ordnance hospital again to have
her tonsils removed.
Nearly all the small children of
the community have . been having
mumps the last few weeks.
BOARDMAN NEWS CHURCH SERVICES SCHEDULED
TRIVE TO Tin: DALLES
Mr. and Mrs. John Prdbrg
drove to The Dalles Tuesday
morning where Mr. Padberg was
to undergo a medical check-up.
VISITING IN BAKER
- Miss Kay Thornburgh left Satur
day evening for Baker to visit
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. James
Chetwood, for a few days. Miss
Thornburgh is emplayed at the F.
W. Turner company office.
A traveling examiner of Opera
tors and Chauffeurs is scheduled
to a. rive in Heppner Aug. 8, 1944,
?nd will be on duty at the court
house between the hours of 10 a.m.
and 4 p. m.
MARK-UP PRICES ON PEACHES
ANNOUNCED BY OPA
The office of Price Administra
tion has released a regulation on
the price of peaches governing
group one and two stores, under
which Morrow county food stores
The order states: "Peaches means
all varieties of Iresh peaches in
cluding, but not limited,, to, Car
men, Early Rose, Triumph, Cum
berland, Elberta, Eclipse and Sal
way. Each, variety is considered a
separate item and is priced as
A mark-up of four cents per
pound over the net cost is per
mitted the local dealer.
SlfV &JP.E TflAt. BEFORE
Br "WRGABET THORPE
Mr. and Mrs. I. Skoubo received
a card from Ralph who is in a
German prison camp. He states
that he is well. t
Recent guests at the Chas. An
deregg home were Mrs. Anderegg's
son, Bob Garvison Sljc of the U.
S. Coast Guard, Mrs. Henry And
eregg and daughters Lena and
Ldllian and James Garvison and
friends Mr. and Mrs. Yelton.
Mrs. Biuce Lindsey and daugh
ter of Heppner are visiting at the
home of her parents, Mr, and Mrs.
A shower was held Friday af
ternoon for H'.izabSlh Trar'baugh
at the home of Mrs. Virginia
Mrs. Erma June McLean gave
birth to a baby boy the latter part
of the week at Hermiston. The
father is overseas.
Visitors at the Chas. Nickerson
home are thsii daughter, Mrs.
Edith Hilder and son from Seattle.
Carl Daniel, stopped at the home
of his brother George for a short
The HEC social committee met
at the home of Mrs. Clyde Tan
nehill Friday night. A dance was
planned for alter the show Sat
urday night at which ice cream
will be sold for the purpose of
making money to add to the HEC
Mrs. E. Garrettt and infant son
returned home from the Hermis
ton hospital Friday.
Sonny McClellan who has been
suffering from double pneumonia
lor the past two weeks is better
at this time. ,
Maxine Ely is at lone helping
her grandmother cook for harvest
Elmer Stooksberry came Mon
day to piok melons. George Dan
iel picked, a few, and he intends
to open a 1 melon stand in town
the latter part of the week.
Mrs. Leo Root has gone to Se
attle for a two weeks vacation.
Lights were off Tuesday due to
a grass fire at Irrigon which burn
ed off several poles.
Beginning Sunday, Aug. 6, reg
ular Sunday school and preaching
services will be held at 10 a. m.
and 11 a. m. at the Rhea Creek
school house. There will be no
evening service. The services are
being conducted under the auspi
ces of the Missionary Baptists with
J. C. Stephens of Heppner in charge
An invitation to the public has been
Mrs. Frank Rumble informs this
newspaper that she has had so
many expressions of sympathy 'and
interest from friends relative to the
death of her nephew, Sgt. Elbert
Gibson, that she wishes to thank
all of them. Mrs. Rumble stated
that Elbert's wife is coming to Hep
pner to meet his relatives and
friends and to see some of the
country he was always telling her
about. Her home is in Dakota, Minn,
and she will arrive here Friday
CHURCH OF CHRIST
O. Wendell Herbison, Pastor
Bible school 9:45. A class for ev-
ery age. .
Morning worship 11 a. m.
Christian Endeavor, 7 p. m.
Evening service, 8 o'clock.
FIRST METHODIST CHURCH
Bennie Howe, Minister
Sunday, August 6:
Divine worship at 11 a. m.
Sunday school at 9:45 a. m.
Thought for the Week:
If people stop going to church,
soon there will be no church.
WORD OF THANKS
We wish to thank our many
neighbors and friends who helped
put out our wheat fire. Had it not
been for their help our loss would
have been much greater.
Mr. and Mrs. Leo Gorger.
AN EXPRESSION OF THANKS
There is nothing more encourag
ing to those who are ill than to
be remembered by friends. Owing
to the large numbers of letters,
cards, telephone calls, flowers and
other gifts received by our mother
during her recent ilness, we wish
to use this means of thanking ev
erone who contributed to her re
covery. F. W. Turner
Bob and Nancy Turner
Raymond and Jeannette
Fred and Annabel Allison
ALL SAINTS EPISCOPAL
Archdeacon Neville Bloat
Holy Communion 8 a. m.
Church School 9:45 a. m.
Holy Communion 11 a. m.
ST. PATRICK'S CHURCH '
Rev. Francis McCormack Pastot
Schedule et Services:
Heponer: Sunday mass at 9 a, m.
on the 1st and 3rd Sundays; at
10:30 a. m. on the 2nd and 4th.
lone: 10:30 a. m. n the 1st and
3rd; 9:00 a. m. on the 2nd and 4th
Week day mass at 8 a. at. lint
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. ra.
CHURCH oflONE COOPERATIVE
H. N. Waddell, Paster
Bible seheel If a, m.
Worship service 11 a. m.
Preaching service at 8 p. m. at
Tuesday 8 p. m. Bible study
Thursday 2 p, m. Union aid
Come to church.
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where Happold went in quest of
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