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Heppner Gazette Times, September 14, 1944 3
Irrigon News Notes
By MBS. J. A. SHOTTN
Teachers for Irrigon high school
are Mr. and Mrs. Edward Elliot
and Mrs. Joy Smith; for the grades,
1st and 2nd, Miss Margaret Ken
nedy; 3rd and ..th Flora Bell Eddy;
5th and 6th Miss Wilcox; 7th and
8th, Muriel Herold. Mrs. William
Gollyhorn is cafeteria cook again
and John Zabranski is the janitor.
The A. H. Jacksons of Heppner
came to Irrigon Sunday to take
Mrs. A. W. Gollyhonr and son
Wayne back with them where they
plan to make their home. Mr. Gol
lhorn is in the army in Maryland.
Mrs. Jack Smith and children
have moved to Ordnance where
Mrs. Smith is a teacher.
The R. E .A. meeting was held
at the school house Tuesday eve
ning where two directors, A. C.
Houghton and George Russell were
nominated for directors to be voted
upon in October, one to be elected.
It was also voted to stagger the
terms of the direcors.
Ensign and Mrs. Donald Hough
on left Friday for San Francisco
where he is to report for duty af
ter spending a leave with his par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Houghton.
JMjrs. Houghton will go to ther
home in Uanver when the Ensign
goes over seas. '
Neighbors gathered at the Earl
Isom home Tuesday eventing to
give, the young couple a rousing
charivari at the Houghton home.
They had a shower for them and
games and1 refreshments fininshed
up a pleasant evening.
Mr. and Mrs. Batie Rand, and
sons arrived home Tuesday after
spending several days in Portland.
Leroy Minnick Sljc left for his
California base Friday .k He had
been visiting his parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Roy Minnick.
Willard Jones has also been home
with his parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Vernon Jones. He is in the army.
Misses Lucille Jones and Paula
Haberlein left Tuesday for Maryl
hurst college. This is Miss Jones'
fourth year and Miss Haberlein's
Averil Church of Idaho arrived
Saturday to visit the 1 Jorge Rus
The Frank S'tevers family of
Pendleton visited her brother Em
ery Bediwcll and family Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Van Cleve and
son Leonard were week-end vis
itors of their daughter Mrs. Mil
ton Bailey and family leaving Sun
dajy evening. Leonard is making a
'onger stay here.
Jerry White was in The Dalles
Wednesday. He is now working at
tjie Ordnance depot.
Henry Gabarding of Hermistoi?
was a Thursday night visitor in
BROTHER DIES IN SOUTH
Word of the detath of Arthur Le
rass, brother of Mrs. Bennie Howe
:f H ppn:.r, was received Wednes
day morning. Mr. Leraas passed
away at Hemet, Calif., in the Los
Angeles area, following an illness
of several months. Mrs. Howe had
gotten' a reservation on the Union
Pacific to visit her brothers and
father, expecting to leave Wednes
day evening. She did leave last
night, accompanied by Mr. Howe,
and expects to remain in the south
indefinitely. Her father is an el
derly man, well up in the eighties,
and resides on an acreage near He
met. Mr. Howe will return to
Efcppner after a short visit in the
one , .
Continued from Page two
lone schools began Mond"v with
the entire building newly renovat
ed. Thirtv-six students registered
the first day in high school and 80
in the grades. The youngsters in
the beginners class are Margaret
Ann Bristow, Jean Ann Swanson,
Barbara Warren, Dean Lee Deves
eaux, Ann Margaret Jepson, Alvin
McCabe, Ernest Drake. Lindsay
Kincaid and Billy Doherty. Teach
ers in chkrge in the grades are
,Miss Helen Lindsay, 1st and 2nd
grades; Mrs. Kathryn Lindstrom,
3rd and 4th; Mrs. Gladys Ely 5th
and 6th; Wm. Burk, 7th and 8th
and principal. In the high school
Miss Barbara Lever will teach
Commerce, Miss Jane Huston, Eng
lish and Horace G. Holcomb, sup
erintendent, will teach mathemat
ics, shop, band and glee club.
Do you know
about the crusade
the cost of hearing?
Mr. and Mrs. Franklin Lindstrom
and family left Hast week for a
trip including Portland, Vernonia
and the coast
Misses Jean Coleman and Mar
jorie Peterson left Sunday for Port
land where they were inducted in
to the Waves Monday. They will
return before going into training.
Mr. and Mrs. Delbert Emert and
daughter Mary left Sept. 3 for Oak
land Calif, for an extended visit
with Mrs. Emert's aunt, Mrs. M. E.
Mrs. Lloyd Morgan and small
daughter Geraldine Joyce returned
from Pendleton Tuesday. They
were accompanied by Mr. Morgan
and Mrs. Charles Carlson.
Mrs. Earl Morgan of Porland ar
rived Wednesday for a visit with
her daughter, Mrs. John Eubanks.
Mrs. Nola Bristow was given a
farewell party at the Milton Mor-
Go to the
Roy and Betty Lieuallen
gan home. Hostesses were Mesdam-
es Morgan, Raymond Lundell and
John Darst. A lovely cosmetic iase
group. Nine guests were present.
S. L. Wiles returned fiom Port
land last week and reported that
his mother, Mrs. Alice Wiles, will
be confined for some time in a
hospital in Portland as a result of
her broken hip.
Realizing a life long ambition ti
ride a Shetland pony proved to b
not' all pleasure to Mrs. Fred Nicho
son. Thlei saddle turned as Mrs.
Nichoson dismounted resulting in a
badly spHained ankle.
Evangelist Arthur Charles Bates
who conducted services in Heppner
the last of the week held services
in the lone Christian church Tues
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