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2 Heppner Gazette Times, September 23, 1944
News Notes of Comings and
Goings in lone4 and Vicinity
Mr. and Mrs. Dale Ray and
grandson, Norman Goodrich visited
Mrs. Lester Goodrich in The Dalles
hospital Sunday. Mrs. Goodrich is
recuperating from a serious major
operation. On the return home Mr.
and Mrs. Ray met Mr.' and Mrs. Er.
ling Thompson and family of Mc
Minnville, former lone people near
Celilo and enjoyed a pleasant visit
Miss Rose Gorger and brother
Billy of Pendleton were week-end
visitors in lone.
The Frank Masons have moved
to a ranch west of Condon.
Patricia Drake, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Cleo Drake has recovered
sufficiently from a long illness to
begin school work last Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Yarnell drove
to Arlington Sunday to meet Mr.
and Mrs. Clifford Yarnell and fam
ily of Lexington who were return
ing from a visit to Mrs. Yamell's
father at Newberg.
Mrs. Pauline Boyer returned o
her home in Seattle Friday morn
ing. Mrs. Earl Morgan left Monday for
her home in Portland after a visit
with her daughter Mrs .John Eu
banks. At the Topic club party at the
Masonic hall Saturday four tables
of bridge were played. Prizes were
won by members Mrs. Bert Ma
son and Mrs. Cleo Drake and guests
Mrs. Werner Rietmann and Mrs.
Clarence Harris. Hostesses were
Mjesdames Algott ' Lundell, Frtank
lin Ely, Charles Carlson and Ben
The E. M. Baker family spent
the week-end in Bremerton where
the Henderson family held a re
union. Mrs. Ada Cannon accompanied
her son Bud when he returned to
his home in Portland Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Burk and
family have moved into the Smith
house until another house is avail
able. Frida evening the Freshman
class was duly initiated into the
lone high school. A party was given
ed the antics performed by the first
by the upper classmen who enjoy
year students. Hue new members
are Francine Ely, Marilyn Holcomb
Betty Ball, Dale Sherman, Louis
Carlson, Bob Jupson, Ros Doherty,
Gaylord Salter and Gene Bauem
feind. Merle Lundell, six year old son
of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Lundell of
Milwaukie seems to have run into
a streak of bad luck. His first day
of school his lunch was stolen, the
second, he lost a pencil and the
third, he fell out of a tree and
broke bis right wrist. When he was
able to return to school last week
he fell from a teeter onto a broken
board sending a large splinter into
his side which necessitated an oper
ation to remove. What next? Merle
is reported getting along satisfac
torily. Melvin Ledbtatter, Slc and his
mother, Mrs. Ralph Ledbetter left .
Saturday for Woodburn, Ore. to
visit Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Chris
topherson and family before Mel
vin is to report back to Bremerton
MJarshall Lovgren who is on leaVw
after completin'g boot training a
Farragut visited his aunt, Mrs. Ella
Grange members and friends are
reminded that the Booster night
at the Willows grange hrall has been
changed from Saturday to Friday
evening. Potluck supper at '7 p. m.
and dancing after the meeting.
Mrs. H. N. Waddell left Tuesday
for Staples, Minn to visit her fam
ily. Mr. Waddell drove to Spokane
with her. Mrs. J. P. O'Meara and
Mrs. Ella Reith accompanied them.
Capt. Lo Young, son of Frank
Young of Hermislon, formerly of
lone, has returned after 27 months
service in Alaska. His wife and two
children who are making their
home for the duration in Rose
burg accompanied him to Hermis
ton last week. A family dinner was
held on Sunday with the following
relatives present: Mr. and Mrs.
Herbert Myers of Condon, Mr. and
Mrs. Walton Young and family of
Ilermiston, Mr. and Mrs.- Dlan Long
and Miss Dorothy Farrens of Echo
and Mr. and Mrs. Martin Bauern
feind and family of Morgan. Captt.
Young left this week for Santa
Barbara for reassignment.
A grass fire started by Beacher
Emeit along the highway east of
lone got out of control Tuesdiy
afternoon. It had reached the Riet
mann Bros. pa,-,luie ;m i Mjunkin
i'ield before it was stopped.
Mr. and Mrs. Raymond' Lundell
were hosts Sunday evening for Mr.
and Mrs. Howard iiubanks and Earl
JMcCabe, TOl'c. Those ptescnt wore
Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Morgan, Mr
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especially so for the one
who has to plan and pre
pare the meals for the
family for she too is do
ner share of war work.
It will be a boost , to her's
and the family's morale to eat out occasionally
to enjoy one of our STEAK DINNERS, or. an
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excellent meals o be found on our bill of fare.
Come any time . . . we're always prepared.
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But there's plenty you can do to fight them before they, start.
For most of them are preventable. Careless smokers cause a
quarter of them. Incendiaries another quarter. Campers cause 6.6.
Fire in the woods rolls up a national
loss of $30,000,000 to $45,000,000 every
year. New growth in our forests would
exceed timber harvested in normal
years, if fire losses and other natural
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