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A son was born Friday night to
Mr. and Mrs. Ray Gronomst. The
babys fathnr is stationed in Italy.
bet uianes omun arnvw
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day night from Boca Raton F.a. cO
spend a few days visiting his rar- by Mrg Engkraf and daughter Na- Mrs. Francis Ely has accepted the and will bs accompanied by Mrs. &Q ceremonial. He was a member
ents. He stopped in MississnTi and they drQve t pendeton position of deputy tax collector in R. B. Rice and Eleanor Rice. o a class tnat croSsed the hot sands
spent a day visiting with his broth- whpre arrangements were made to the offce of Sheriff John Fuiten, in A1 Kader's home temple in Port
er Lawrence whom he hadn t seen enter Nadine in the gt Josephs ctarting her new duties Monday. DUIVE TO PORTLAND m &e sprmg.
for three years. He is to report at ac,dem for the winter. Mrs. Cle- Mrs. Ely came here from Salem Mr Fjwarj Ripe drove to Port- : . :,
Kearns. Utah bept. 1 lor overseas
Ffc Gilbert Pettys arrived Sat-
urday night from North Carolina
to spena a ie uty luiuj,"
Mr. and Mrs. Mike Healy spent
Sunday in Pendleton visiting Ger-
aldine and the new baby. Mrs. T.
Skoubo went un with them to visit
Mr. Skou,bo who will return home
from the hospital Saturday.
J. Howell is in the llermiston
hospital recovering from a stroke
Word was received this week
that Mrs Sam Boardman had i
Mr. and Mrs. Dan Ransier have
received word from Marvin that hs
is now in India.
Pfc Lawrence SmitU his
transferred from MissibSir.pi to
Camp Wolter Texas.
Mr. and Mrs. JrnK'S CiV!r?p will
leave soon for California wheie he
has been transferred.
Gene Allen is visiting friends on
Dinner guests at the home of Mrs.
FROM A LAND WHERE
CHILDREN NO LONGER
PLAY What thoughts run
throuffh the minds of
these children, refugees from Po
land, whose future may be cared
for by Polish Relief, a National
Har fund aeencv.
WE art pleased with
the many friends wc
have made housewives j
who have exclaimed over
the nutritional qualities of
all our meals. Menus are
carefully planned to give
you good, wholesome, nu
tritious foods. Breakfasts
to give a mill or farm worker
"something to work on."
Lunches arc always appe
tizing. Dinners are always
a treat for hungry families.
YOU'RE ALWAYS WEL-
COME. Come in soon!
Times, August 31 , 1944
f- 1 UnwM'HAr Qnnrlair uroro M.
und Mrs. Nathan Thome and
rjTTFSTS FROM FOSSIL
, 5c5wc m,1
Enckraf home. Accompanied
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juti.a anu. aviia. jjhsaioi mc
SUMMERING AT EEACII
Word cames at Mrs, b. F.
owaggarts neann is greatly lm-
proved after slpending several
weeks at beach ghe -s with
her daughter, Mrs. C. S. Wheeler
0f pendeton at Cannon Beach.
Mr. and Mrs. Wheeler f.nd Mrs.
Swaggart expect to return soon to
the Wheeler home in Pendleton
TWO WEEKS IN CAMP
Mrs. Lois Winchester 'and son
Lowell Lee Turner returned the
first of the week from Ditch creek
where they spent two weeks in
camp. While there thev were ioined
by Lowell Lee's grandmother. Mrs
Ida Turner of Portland who spent
3- S 8
THE ORICilAL A6.T
Spray away cooking
and other unwanted
odors with this mar
velous air cleanser.
It dissipates odors
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n u?roV xirltK iVinm MrC. WinrVlPStp".
took her ponies to the mountains
which r.dded to the pleasure of the
camping party, 'as well as to chil-
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NEW DEPUTY SHERIFF
wWa sho xrA hay hhA
"v- m.i wic
bhe is a native of Lexington and
living when he entered Ihe navy.
her husband is the son of George
wy or lone,
Loming to Heppner
Los Angeles, California
Located in Condon the fast three years
We have selected Heppsicr as a psrmansBit 'ocation and
will put in a store as soon as a building is available.
Ve will carry a complete stock of
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250 Sheets 250 Envelopes
Size 7 1-4 x IO 1-2 Size 3 7-8 x 7 1-2
50'per cent Rag Content Certificate Bond
You can still get 20-pound--the standard
stationery weight in rag bonds.
See these Cabinets for either business or
personal stationery. It is nice paper you'll
Gazette Times Printery
FISHED IN B. C.
Laverne Van Marter Sr. has been
in town' several days, stopping here
on his way to Portland from a trip
. , r, , wW hp m
joyed ten days of real fishing. He
will leave for Portland tt-.uorrow
jand Sunday on a snort ousmeiis
rin c,p w" acComranied bv Mr.
M,' y aS, n xell and
N. Schmaltz & Sons
CONTRACTORS AND APPLICATORS
Authorized representative of
Rey Products Co.
22 years service as an applicator
Make inquiry at Hotel Heppner
ON EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE
Blaine E. Isom o epp
, named on the" executive com-
Deen , he ceremo
mittee in c arge 0 1 e a cerm0-
nial of Al Kader Shrine at Pendle-
ton. Lsom's particuar job will be
0 iming Up candidates for
Rst uuality Diouing pay
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