Image provided by: Morrow County Museum; Heppner, OR
About Heppner gazette-times. (Heppner, Or.) 1925-current | View Entire Issue (Aug. 31, 1944)
Heppner Gazette Times, August 31, 1944 3
lrrigon News Notes
By MBS. J. A. SHOTTN
Miss Verna May Sauters left for
her home at The Dalles Friday af
ter spending two weeks with her
sunt, Mrs. Paul Habedein and
Findley Graybeal of Gillander
Burrows was in lrrigon Tuesday.
Mrs. Joy Smith will teach in lr
rigon this year. This makes the
Robert Larson, left for Kenne
wick to stay at home for the day
. and th?n on to the navy where he
.has been called.
Ihe Sam Umiker family were
Pendleton visitors this week.
Wayne Gollyhom had his ton
sils removed at the Ordnance hos
pital Monday. Mrs. Gollyhom re
ports that A. W. Gollyhorn is on
the honor roll for meritorious work
in the army.
Mrs. Milton Bailey and small
.son and Clara Fraser were Pendle
ton visitors Manday.
Mrs. Hugh Glasgow and two
grandchildren left Sunday for Wy
. oming to visit her father.
The Frank French family have
movedffrom the Nora Wilson house
to a Leicht cabin. The TTny Coop-,
Mrs. Billy Coulter and Pattie Jo
ers are moving into the Wilson
and Tommy Lee have moved to
Hermiston to live.
Lavern Duus returned from Port
Mrs. Jerry White and daughter
Loretta got back from Enterprise
Mrs. Dona A. Bearrow of Ord
nance was visiting in lrrigon Tues
day. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Stevens and
son Wilbur and Mrs. Stevens were
Iriigon visitors Sunday. Wilbur is
home from overseas servce.
Mrs. Doy Tont and two children
of Portlond are returning from
Kendrick Ida. and, are visiting here
with her sister, Mrs. Minnie Fraser.
Frc'd Smith, S ljc writes that he
is in Italy.
" Pvt Joe Wilson is in San Louis
Obispo and Pfc Curtis Stephens is
at a Georgia base.
Miss Muriel Herold of -Wyoming
niece of Mrs. Hugh Glasgow, has
arrived and is awaiting the opening
of school. She s one of the teachers.
The Emery Bediwells spent the
week-end in Sunnyside Wash, with
their son Roy and family.
Ensign and Mrs. Donald Hough
ton arrived Monday to visit his
parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Hough,
DttlVLVG TO SEATTLE
Mrs. Burl Coxen and daughter
Betty Marie will drive to Seattle
this week-end, taking Claude
Drake who is to report to a Puget
Sound training station.
UMON MISSION RY 10
y."V2 CHEST SPEAKER
A special feat is in store for the
union missionary mcetng Friday
afternoon Sept. 8 at the Assembly
of God church. Mrs. J. M. Cornel
imn, who w'ith her husband spent
many years in mission wo"k among
(he Indians, will come fiom Pen
dleton to speak and show exam
ples or Indian handwork. y
The meeting is called for 2:30 in
the afternoon. Following the busi
ness meeting and program tea will
vi'.ed for the entire afternoon,
be served.1 Everone is cordially in-
Ihe Meihcdst womens society of
Christian service will " omit the
MORE PLANS "GANG AGLEE"
Mrs. Ture Peterson and little
daughters had planned to leave
last Tuesday for a visit with Mrs.
Petersen's parents in Astoria. But
on Sunday morning, Alice awaken
ed with a mump which in a day or
so inflated the other side and the
little girl's face mostly resembled
the full moon. She was pretty sick
for a day or so but the ache has
about passed now .The trip has been
delayed for the nonce, awaiting ac
tion from Ruth who hasn't as yet
followed in her sister's footsteps
but who will likely get around to
YOUNG SERVICE MAN
MARKTES IONE GIRL
Miss Betty Lou Lindsay of lone
and Sgt Ray Pettyjohn have gone
to Lewiston, Ida. where they were
man led Wednesday. They are ex
the groom is on delayed orders and
pected to return in a day or so as
mu:t report at Salt Lake City for
embarkation orders Sept. 5. He is
in the aimy air command.
Mrs. Fetiyjohn h:s been emp'oyr
ed as secretary for Simon Saw &
Sleel comjpany in Portland until a
lew months ego when she w:.s
forced to resign her position be
cause or illness and return to her
home in lone. I he groom was em
ployed by iraci;ic leiephone and
Telegraph company, doing construe,
tion work ior two years previou..
to enteiing the armed services.
GUESTS AT CORWTN HOME
Bobby and Dawn Corwin came
Wednesday for a brief visit at the
home of their uncle, George Cor
win before returning to their home
in Dunsmuir, Calif. Their cousin
Lauren ran off for a couple of days
from his duties as chief orchardist
on' his grandfather' acreage to visit
with the home folks while the Cal
if oinians are here. All three young
people-will leave Friday. Lauren,
as brown as a berry from his sum
mer's activities still has one more
week to work at Hood River.
Regular meeting of Sans Souri
Rebekah lodge will be held Friday
evening, Sept. 1 at the hall. Offi
cers and members are urged to be
present as important business will
be discussed, according to Delia Da
vidson, noble grand.
t-avu examiner of opera
tors and cnauffeurs. is scheduled
to be in the courthouse at Heppner
between the hours of 10 a. m. and
4 p. m. Tuesday, Sept. 5. All those
wishing permits or licenses to drive
cars are asked to get in touch with,
the examiner during these hours.
Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Cohn spent
some time in Spokane this Week.
Thfy were accompanied by Mrs.
Cyrene Barratt who planned on be
in? with her son Jim, who had a
14-hour llbeHv from boot vamp at
RETURN FROM CALIFORNIA
Mrs. A. E. Burkenbine and son
Albert returned Saturday from a
three-weeks visit in California.
Leaving here Aug. 3 they went to
Santa Rosa where they had two
weeks with Merle Burkenbine and
returning stopped at Dorris, Calif,
to visit Mrs. A. B. Gray While at
Dorris, Albert decided to have the
mumps, which added variety to
'he trip, if not pleasure for the
SEEING SO.aE COUNTRY
On Monday morning Mis. C. C.
Dunham wired her iamily of her
arrival in Chicago, but found no
message awaiting her of the where
abouts of her sailor .husband. This
morning another wire announced
her present location as New York
where the doctor put in off his
shakedown cruise Wednesday after
noon. For a simple country girl
she has really gone places in the
past week. She did not mention how
long the embarkation leave will be.
krt FORI LAND
Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Ferguson and
Marylou accompanied by Mr. and
Mrs. J. 0. Tu-.nor drov t- Vt
land today to be gone n,it. . aes
day. This" was a combined pl.-;.su-e
;;nd business trip, the mayor being
the busiest one of the party with
a list a block long of places to go
and people ' to see.
Go to the
Roy and Betty Lieuallen
We Will be
This store will not open Monday as we
wish to give cur help a holiday, but we
will be on the job Tuesday morning with
hc bes foods the markets afford. In
the meantime, we suggest that you buy
wi!h the hch'day in -mind if yoM don't
vou may be short of some essentials for
a day or two.
Don't forget there's a war goinq
on and that the Government needs
those extra dollars. BUY BONDS!
VLSI'!' IN CALIFORNIA
Ihe Misses Frrnccs f-ni Shirley
Wil i l. or, daughters of Mr. and
Mrs. Frank Wilkinson left Pen
dleton Wednesday night enrou'e
to Rive side, Calif, who e they will
visit an aunt, their mother's twin
.iter. The girls, were going by way
of Salt Lake City.
IT'S GOOD BUSINESS
... to Buy Quality This Fall
INVEST IN THE BEST FOR
y Vm 1
The lauirh is on the Chinese Y. W. C. A., whose director. Miss
vTsai Kwei (inset), is as amused as the crowing baby. Miss Tsai,
who is now in the U. S. A., says she doesn't have mid wives on hei
staff, but one rural Y. W. delivered 64 children of fighting fathers
in one year! Among them was this boy in his mother's arms.
suits of lasting ma-CI
tcrials and styles
assure vnu of vnnr s
Come in and be
measured now for
that Fall or Winter
1 V ( ' 4
w - f i' tei
' ' n
y- '14 n