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2 Heppner Gazette Times, August 31, 1944
News Notes of Comings and
Goings in lone and Vicinity
ter June left for Portland last
Wednesday for shopping and a trip
to the dentist.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles O'Connor
returned Wednesday night from
OUAB BEETMANN Mrs. Lena Anderson and Ervin Everett Keithlev of Baker ar-
Pfc Harry Peterson and family person drove to The Dalles last rfved Wednesday night for a few
of Hermiston visited at the Lewis " L7 Cl Triffin Tu u T
r n u tvt,,,, Acf 91 Pptpr- Th? Jlm and Jack L'nXtin day accompanied by his family who
Ball home Monday Aug. n.Jeto P.
lough from Camp Maxey Texas. try to work during the hop and Mary Jean Bristow who have
Other relatives visited were 1 is season- u Pent the summer here,
parents, Mr. and Mrs. P. C. Pet- Mr. and Mrs. Charles Chapman Mr and Mrg and
erson and sister Mrs. Raph Led- accompanied Mrs. Sophie Knighten daughter have moved into the Wal
better of Lexington. He returned to Pendleton last week when Mrs. ter Corley house in town the
to Camp Maxcy Saturday. Chapman consulted an occulist. materials arrive to build their new
Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Heliker left , Mf Vorhees accompanied home Qn ranch to repiace
Wednesday for King Hill Ida. to hJ h brother ,Rllo,Cra0 and the one recently lost by fire.
viS Mr Helikert sister, Mrs. fe C MT C Mrs" Ha RinS is ite U1 at
TKnmnldn. ( AMlO Zinkl who - , her home
is convalescing from a recent ser
remain there whhe her husband is Mrs Echo paimateer and daugh
in training. The boys will return ter Laurel and Mrs. Earl Morgan
Joel C. Engelman M Sp 2c ar
rived in lone from Pearl Harbor
Thursday of last week on a 30 day , '
f i i- i r:i.. j; 1
luriouyii. ii utiiitiy u.iniiti in ni-
honor at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Victor Rietmann the following
members were present, Mr. and
Walter Roberts, Mr. and Mrs. John
Turner of Baker.
Mrs. Mabel Morgan of Seattle
and daughter Earline and grand
daughter Linda Morgan left Sun-
to lone later
Miss Jeanctte Reno suffered a
serious double fracture to her right day for Portland
in a car accident Wednesday George Griffith has gone over seas
evening. The car driven by Orville according to information received
Buchanan left the Rietmann grade by his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer
near the Carl Trocdson ranch, Grfi'ith.
turning rivr.r pf itnril p i pi v and ir Tut: r T,,,x..i.,
SJSWm? y damaged. Miss Reno was ta- Thursday evening to visit her sis-
ken to the bt. Anthony hospital in ter Mrs. Elmer Grilfith. Mrs. Tur
Pendleton. ner has been' visiting in Califor-
TVTioc A.'TniT 1 1 ri f loff fVlQ Itlcf n ti onrl c fin h.o v tifcii n r v - r rv r
arrived Wednesday to assist in the f week for CanyonviUe to re- in La Grande.
sunie her studies. She will be a sen
ior at the Can-nville Bible aca
demy. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Smouse
and son, Mrs. Ann Smouse, Mrs
The first fall meeting of Lo
cust chapter of the O. E. S. will be
hold Sept. 6 at 8:30 p. m.
HaroM Snider, Billy Joe Riet
mann, Gene Rietmann and Harlan
Crawford drove to Portland Sun
day for a week's pleasure and bus
ls Koundv, S R U arrived Tues
dav for a three dav leae from
Bremerton where he is in training.
Mrs. Bert Mann left Saturday to
t.ke her grandchildren, John, Jan
et, Judie and Alice Kny Mason to
their home in Portland.
Ernest Mc Cabe, S l'c sent a
short leave in lone last week. He
returned to Point Lonia at SQ.n Di
ego Calif. Monday.
The Heibert Ekst-om fpmPv hae
moved to the Beckner ranch. The
.Clarence Harris family will occupy
the Bert Mason house the Ekstroms
are leaving. Mrs. Hams plans to
make her home here vlvle hor hus
band is in service
Rev. H. N. Waddell announces a
special Family Day service Sunday
Sr(pt. 10 at 11 a. M. with pot luck
dinner at noon at the Congrega
tional rooms and games and playing
in the afternoon All members and
friends are invited".
Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Baker and.
family left Monday for a week's
trip through eastern Washington.
They plan to visit relatives and
.friends at Pasco, Dayton, Spokane
Pulman and other places.
Rodger Kincaid and Willard Wad
dell attended the Christan Boys
camp at Anthony lake neor Baker
last week. They report a wonder
ful time. They accompanied Rev.
Herbison of Heppner.
A small roof fire starting from a
:rark at the P. J. Linn home Sun
day, afternoon caused a great deal
of excitement but very little dam
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care ol her motner-in-iaw, jwrs
Milton Morgan, Sr. who is serious
Mr. and Mrs. Norman Everson
of Portland are the parents of a
son born Thursday, Aug. 24. Mrs.
P.rrQnri will Vm rpmAmKprfvl a!
Miss Helen Ralph a former lone and Mr- 911(1 Mrs- J" Troedson
teacjler drove to Arlington Sunday to meet
. , t, ,1 m oi Mr. and Mrs. Orlo Martin and sons
jiiari raaoerg ej. ljiv. o(c acviiu
panied Frank Lundell and daugh
ter Norma Lou of Milwaukee to
Minnie Forbes, Mrs. Delia Corson Swanson-
Selmer Severson, a former music
instructor and 6th and 7th grade
teacher is in France according to
a letter from Mrs., Severson re
cently received by Mrs. Garland
Union Oi! Company
'For prompt, dependable service
Phone: Heppner 76
lone Saturday. The Paderg family
gathered at the home of Lewis Pad-
, t j: : 1 ""
c.j rru Wlth the Ione V20
of Moro and Miss Shirlee Smouse
who has bsen spending the summer
with the Martins. A picnic dinner
was enjoyed by the group in Arling
ton. Miss Smouse returned home
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Feldman of
were Mr and Mrs. Darrell Padberg SunnyviUe formerly of Ione
and family, Mr. and Mrs. John
Bryson, Mrs. Lana Padberg, Mr.
and Mrs. Terrell Benge and child
ren, Mrs. Les Roundy and children
and Mrs. Ruby Kincaid andv sons.
Earl has a 21 day furlough to en
joy his visit home.
Mrs. Earl Morgan and grand-
arrived in Ione the middle of this
week. They plan to remain for a
time visiting friends and attending
to their ranch interests here.
Mrs. Carl Linn and daughter f
Leeta returned from a visit to Cath- !
lamet and Portland Sunday. !
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Buschke left I
daughter Linda Morgan have been Sunday for Portland to attend the if
visiting last week at the John Eu- funeral of an uncle oi Mr. Busch'cc. If
banks' home. Allen Howk left Tuesday morning 1
Jack Dcnslinger of The Dalles is for his home in Trouldale where
visiting his sister, Mrs. Donald his family now live. 1
Helker. Mi's. Elmer Griffith and daugh-
AND GOOD HORSE SENSE
The community store -center of talk as well
as trade - has always been a natural
meeting-place for free discussion of
the problems of the day, giving rise to
sound'cracker-oar-rel philosophy" and
good horse-sense so basic in our. democracy.
Its good horse-sense for us to back our,
Country's fight by putting all we can into
war bonds- and good horse-sense to put
everything else we can nto things like
savings sank accounts and life insurance '
against the years ahead.
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HERE'S a whale of a difference between a broken
natch and one that isn't.
You know the broken match is out You majr nv.
be quite sure about the other.
But this is sure:
If a blazing match lights on an inflammable forest
"floor", you have the start of another forest fire. In;
five years ending in 1939, there was an average of 79,069
forest fires in the United States every year. More than
three-quarters of them were man-caused.
AU ojf Hi PAY fat fatedJ foed
- - - modi ol oi con PREVENT them
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