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Heppner Gazette Times, September 7 , 1944 3
Irrigon News Notes
By MBS. J. A. SHOW
John Voile was a Portland visitor
Friday taking load of melons
Don Kenny and Leo Haddox took
two loads of melons , Monday.
Mr. Praddock from across the
river brought his wife home from
the Pendleton hospital.
Mr. and Mrs. Sinice Moore of The
Dalles were in Irrigon Saturday.
Mis. Lena Wilson of Portland,
her son-in-law and daughter Mr.
and Mrs. Lloyd Sawyer and two
children are visiting Mrs. Wilson's
mother, Mrs. Martha Ferril.
Beth and flene Russell arrived
home from Idaho Sunday. They
have been visiting relatives there.
Mr. Zabranski brought a school
bus back from Pendleton Friday.
It had been ujp there for repairs.
Mrs. Reva Stites and Hazel Stea
gall are driving the school busses.
Mrs. Jack Smith and three, dau
ghters have moved to Ordnance
where Mrs. Smith is teaching.
Sam Umiker took the Lee Mun
dens to Hermiston Tuesday.
Dan Hill built a brick chimney in
his house last week.
Pvt. Bill Rutledge is home from
Kansas visiting his mother, Mrs.
Lillian Rutledge.' He has a week s
Ensign Donald Houghton and Mrs.
Houghton are visiting Donald's par
ents, the A. C. Houghtons. They all
went to Portland Saturday to
spend the Labor day holiday, ar
ri"ing home Monday evening.
Patricia Markham spent from
Sunday to Wednesday with her sis
ter Lois and Betty Acock in La
The Charles McFalls have pur
chased the Frank Brace place and
plan to move there soon. The Glas
gow family have had the house
Mr. and Mrs. LeeJMunden of Her
miston were Irrigon visitors Mon
day. Glen Darby arrived from Board
man Sunday and is visiting his sis
ter, Mrs. Jerry Whte and family.
Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Jones are
expecting their son Willard to ar
rive this week.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Brace of
Hermiston were Irrigon visitors
E. R. Schneider went to John
Day where" he is to help build a
Pentecostal church ' building there.
The George Linn family oi Board
man were in Inrigon Sunday.
Floyd Provancho was in Hepp
ner with a load of melons Wednes
day. 'J. he Milton Baileys have relined
and fixed up the small house back
of the store and the Leo Haddox
iamily moved into it.
While riding on a hay rack Mon
day Joan Slate Xell off and broke
her left wrist. She was hurried to
a doctor in Hermiston who sat it.
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Elliott have
moved into the Leicht cabin, and
started school Tuesday. Both are
J. O. Sweringen was a Heppner
School began Tuesday with all HERE FROM CALIFORNIA
teachers present. h. D. McCurdy arrived Friday
Mrs. Doy Tout and two children m tomi where he
of Portland came from Idaho and , ' , , .
visited until Sunday with her sis- and Mrs' McCurdy have spent the
ter, Mrs. Minnie Fraser, when she past several months.. He expects to
went on to her home in Portland. return there after attending to
. some business matters.
EASTERN STAR 0
AH members are urged to be raiSKTI IN RANK
From Saturday on.
W. C. Cox.
present Friday evening, bept 8 at
the opening meeting of Ruth chap
ter, Eastern Star. Plans for the fall
and winter wil be outined at this,
time. The meeting opens at 8 p. m.,
according to . Mrs. Anna Graham,
worthy matron. FOR
Word has been received in Hepp
ner that Capt. C. L. Christensen,
now stationed at La Jolla, Calif.,
has been promoted to the rank of
Opening meeting of the fall sea
son for Lexington grange hos been
set for Saturday evening, Sept. 9,
states Alfred Nelson Jr., master,
who urges a good turn out of mem
bers and a full 'complement of
SALE 15 2-year-old Hamp
bucks; 6 4-year-old- Hamp bucks.
J. G. Barratt. 24-25c
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Miss Abbie Mills of Hermiston is
in Heppner this week assstng Miss
Janet Hodge in setting up the book
keeping system at the Hodge Chev
rolet Co. Miss Mills was bookkeep
er ior the Hodge Motor Co. in
Pvt. John Doherty left Wednes
day of last week for Camp Ord,
Calif., after spending a 14-day fur
lough at the home of his parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Neil Doherty, north
Go to the
OST Small black and tan slick
haired female dog, about ready
to whelp. Steve Thompson. 24p
FOR SALE Fresh sweet corn for
canning, 40 cents per dozen by
the sack of 10 dozen or more.
Standard of California
"nPAD IUlrtM It's a USO by-word. Servicemen exper
isemk ivivsivi jence the ties of home in uso clubs, stretching-
from Alaska to Brazil and from Newfoundland to Hawaii. USO's
3,000 units are financed throueh the National War Fund.
Roy and Betty Lieuallen
Active Minds and Bodies
Need Nourishing Food
School opens Monday, Sept. 11, Chil
dren will need added vitamins to carry
on their studies and play.
Give them the kind of food that
builds vigorous, active bodies the
kind with which our stocks abound.
Choice fresh vegetables and fruits,
citrus fruits and juices, cereals and
meats these you wil! find in abun
dance at this store. And just to be
prepared for eventualities, we have
a supply of frozen peas, spinach
and grapefruit segments in our
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thirty years old in
ed importance with
the shifting of the wars spot
light from Europe to Asia.
When we concentrate
on Japan, it will oft
en be quicker lo load
i mercnanx snips on
our East Coast. where
production is heaviest,
and shin directly
.i i n. n i 3tM j. .J
tnrougn ine uanat. -t, rr-
This will relieve our
V.- '7-11 M -A
Pre-wrir use of the Canal was
13 ships "i-r day - far less than
"" its capacity . 'iul to the war effort,
the canal v.i' . -illy essential to
our post-war mdnfi? commerce.
The most important morale
builder for a member of the armed
forres it made of paper, ink and
printing. It is his strongest link with
reality, an oasis in his life of war. It
is the new Servicemen's Edition of
Arrival of this complete news
paper, by letter mail in a special
envelope, is as welcome lo the serv
iceman as a letter from home . . .
because it is the regular Oregonian,
reduced in size but not in features.
Enlist The Oregonian Service
men's Edition to sustain the morale
of your fighting man or woman
until the day that he, or she, comes
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