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Heppner Gazette Times, September 21, 1944 3
Irrigon News Notes
By MBS. J. A. SHOttl
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Grayb'sr1 "d
, daughter Nancy were Round-up
visitors Friday. Mr. Grabepl has
his new house about finished. It
is a new front on the old part.
Mr. and Mrs. K. C. Rolertson of
Portland spent from Thursday to
Sunday with the Batie Rand family.
The teachers, Miss Muriel Har
old, Miss Kennedy, Miss Kino ptH
Miss Wilcox ?nd the J. A. Phounr
were Round-Mr- vHtcs Sruy
as were Clarke Stephens nd Rob
ert Waters Saturday t verin..
Th?- Walter Griders and Mrs.
Emery Bediwell went to Pendleton
Rev. and Mrs. K. J. Walpol? and
daughters of Pilot Rock were vis
itors et the A. E. Stephens home
Mr. and Mrs. Marshall Markham
and three daughters, Esther and
Beth Warner, Mr. and Mrs. E. R.
Schneider and three children and
Clara Fraser were in Pendleton for
the Round-up parade and a Pente
costal Sunday school rally in the
Mrs. J. S. Jersen of San Fran
cisco is visiting her daughter, Mrs.
William Slate and family. '
W. C. Isom and Earl Isom moved
the James Arnberg garage to tho
Earl Isom place Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. George Harhenri
der spent Sunday . at the George
McNeary ranch. Georgs McNealy,
Mrs. Alice Woods and son Frank
were from across" the Columbia
Monday. . ;
Mrs.. Joy Weigand of Kennewick
was an Irrigon visitor at the Harry
Smith home visiting little Theresa
Weigand who is living with, her
giandparents here. ;
Ihe following people of Irrigon
were at the Round-up Friday: the
Jerry Taylors, the Wm. Slates, the
John Zubranskis, . Hugh Glasgow,
and Johnny Tade, Mr. .uid MiS.
Ffaul Haberlein, Carl Haddox and
tvo children, Don Kenny and two
sons, Hazel Steagall and two Chil
dren, Mis. A. E. Stephens and tv
children, Eula Amis, Kathleen Um
iker, the H. H. Whippks, Sam Umi
wia, the Dan Hills, and the Harry
McCoys June Good-
OLo Bentiiel of Portland spent
..! weK-end with hs sister, Mrs.
.L.i il. ddocK, and other relatives
'irr Joanne Tade who has been
v,-cr'::i:g ?t Ordnance since she. fin--i.J
ii'fh school in June, has gone
Lo Mount -Vngal college. The James
- to'.; her down.
li. h'ppe was a K-rner
. .'si tor Wednesday. Avery Shoun
..a . ai o thcie Wednesday.
. .:e e will be no school here as
lzr-.':-.-.s will be in Heppner
,hu id: y End Friday.
M:. and Mrs. Roy Davis are the
p oLd pa.ents of a son. Ihey are in
Ji.ea.vaw;r Nebr. now but wee
.oirner residents of Irrigon.
loin Iiaddox of near Bremerton
is visiting his sons Carl and Leo
and their families.
Mr. and Mrs-. Lee Smith spent a
week with her daughter near Free
water. Ihey returned home Sun-uay.
Paul Smith spent the week-end
in La Grande and Union on
ndy Jont's and Don Ford both
of the U. S. Navy are spending
er.e on the project.
L:.:s. Harry Thoipe is teaching
seventh day ladventist school at
Mrs. Mary Edwards
Mrs. Etta Hunt of Portland is
visiting relatives here and attend
ing to business matters.
Cpl and Mrs. Everett Crump ar
rived Saturday from his station at
Pratt, Kan. Mm. Crump plans to
remain with her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. C. H. Breshecxrs while h:r
husband is overseas.
Miss Jerrine Edwards left Sat
urday for San Francisco. She has
a position with the Columbia Steel
ccJmpany there as teletype opera
tor and enjoys her work immensely.
Roger Camjpbell drove to Port
land Sunday. He was accompanied
by Mrs. Herman Wallace and Mrs.
Gene Mojeske who were going
down to visit their husbands who
were recently inducted into the
Mr. and Mrs. Dan Way arrived
home Sunday after a visit with rel
atives in the valley. Mrs. Way be-;
gan her work as cafeteria cook at
the school Monday.
Pete McMillan spent the week
end at the home of Mr. and Mrs. S.
Mr. and Mrs. Merritt Gray have
moved to Pendleton where he will
Continued on Page Four
Mr. and Mrs. Warren Dillon --e
the parents of a son born Thursday,
Lw-pt. 14. Warren was home on a
0- tiay "isave from the navy and
1- t in the moaning beiore the baby
was born in the afternoon.
xJathers icccption and PiA was
he.d Jiiuiday night at the school
,y . . w jJLiicn at Meiers for the
year- wjie. as (follows: ' president,
Clyde llannehill,' : vice .president,
.-.-; J;v&iviuiligan and secretary
treasurer, Zoe Billings. After a brief
meeting the evening was ' sepat in
. -.a auction sale. was held at Jack
Gorhams Saturday', to, sell
iiJiioiiocl go-'Oo. my.' and Mis. (Jor
i.wue no immediate plans
-o uij iuture.
uu. and Mis. J. K. Walpole and
daughters o Pilot Rock spent Sat
urday afternoon nt, the auction sale.
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