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Heppner Gazette Times, September 28, 1944 3
Irrigon News Notes
Frank Fxedrickson place, taking son of Mrs. Gordon Banker, Hepp-
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Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Ames and In naming the Round-up visitors bat dirty and is stationed Bt the
-small were- Heppner visitors Friday we left out the John VoUe rehabmtation Klam
Tuesday; Mr. and Mrs. A.mes, for- family. Juanita rode m the parade
merly of Antelope, purchased the and looked very nice. She is a good Falls.
William Wilson place in the spring rider. and has plenty of practice Camriflia escaoed injury while
and moved ' here last week. The especially since her brother Billy participating in the attack and cap
Wilsons have moved to Victory is in the fermy. She may be seen ture of Eniwetok Atoll,
square in' Hermiston. , most any time on her faithful gray His wife, Jeanette L. Campiglia,
The high school student body horse rounding up the cattle or resides in Vallejo, Calif.
elected officers .and yell leaders shP or riding for the fun of it. . . jp-Jq kJOTFC
for the coming year. They are De- Mrs. Earl Connell is spending the lUnC nCYTJ rtUICJ
lores Knighten, president; Ella Mae most, of two weeks with her mo- Bj ma otAab, bietmash
Grim, vice . president; Kathleen in Wallowa county looking for a and Mrs. Louis Halvorsen, Mr. and
Poulson and Patty Markham, yell new location. Albert is staying Mrs. Garland Sanson Mr and
secretary and reported; Kathleen ther, Mrs. Gene Lewis. Mr. Lewis is Mrs M.bert Emert Mr. and Mrs.
Poulson and Patty Markhom, yell with Mrs. Emma Stewart and going Clifford McCabe Mrs Clarence
leaders to school. Harrls and Mrs- John Darst
Coach Elliott has organized a six- Chief Warrant Officer Wiley Be- Mr. and Mrs. Delbert Emert and
man football team and has equip- nefiel is now stationed in Alaska daugnter spent Sunday with Mrs.
ment for two competitive teams, according to the -E A. Stephens Mary Emert and daughter Patricia
The freshmen were initiated last family. He is their son-in-law. of Hermiston.
Wednesday and Thursday, ending , Charles Acock Jr. and Mrs. Ge- Mr. and Mrs. Garland Swanson
with a party Thursday evening. neve Acock went to La Grande left Monday for Portland to secure
Alvin Allen, S2c, is in a hospital Saturday. They brought back with a medical and dental check-up.
in Corona Beach. Calif. He has them Lois Markham who will visit Mrs. Charles Carlson was hostess
rheumatic fever and does not im- the Harry Smith . family, and Betty at a, party for Mrs. Howard Eu
prove very rapidly. Acock. They have a 10-day vaca- banks and a shower for Mrs. John
W. C. Grim is working in a ma- tion. They are cadet nurses. sammmmmm
chine shop in Umatilla since he has
Darst, Tuesdya. The lad'ies who
enjoyed the afternoon were Mes
dames Raymond Lundlell, Clarence
Harris, Lloyd Morgan, Louis Hal
vorsen, Milton Morgan, Robert
Heald, Delbert Emert, Herbert Ek
strom, Virginia Farr, John Eubanks
-,nd Franklin Lindstrom, with the
honor guests and hostess.
Earl (Mike) McCaba, CMM ar
rived homte Saturday on his first
leave after 2V2 years service. He has
been in faction recently in the Eu
ropean area. Mr. and Mrs. A. A.
McCabe, 'parents of Mike, also re
turned home Saturday from. Pe 1
dlcton Mrs. McCabe has recovered
sufficiently from an operation to be
cared for in her home.
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CARD OF THANKS . . .
We wish to thank our i.,any
friends for their kind expressions
of sympathy and words of comfort
upon the loss of our wife and
Edward and Elwood Hunt
finished his farm work.
Mrs. Tom Harris and Mrs. Harold
Hill were Sunday visitors at the
John Voile home.
Mr. and Mrs. Cleve Van Schoiac
of , Heppnier and Mrs. John Voile
and daughter Juanita went to Ce
John Voile's truck broke down
last Monday. As repairs had not
.been receivted he is still there. He
has bene hauling watermelons.
Miss Hazel Osborne and her
friend are coming to Irrigon Sat
urday.The ladies will hold services
at the Presbyterian church Sunday
and each evening at 8 p. m. through
out the week. They will live in the
Bailey trailer house while here. ,
Cpl Andrew Shoun of Com ETO
writes that according to the news
papers the war is nearly over but
it does not look that way to him
there. He is in Europe.
The Wallace Mende family have
odd out with three more weeks
nere. Last winter-, they bought the
BACK FROM COMBAT DUTY
Marine Pfc Harry E. Campiglia,
THE ORIGINAL AIR DEODORAMT
Before and after the
party spray with Sweat
Aire. A whilf cleanses
the air instantly . . . dis
sipates odor completely!
Go to the
for the convenience
of our public
We now have
plenty of Bulk
Ice Cream for
Keep a supply
on hand .for
Fountain service and lunches as usual
Roy and Betty Lieuallen
We Are Serious
About this Waste Paper
There is something more to it than
just a good deed job for the Boy
Scouts. It has a direct bearing on
the conduct of the war as well as
carrying on the battle of the home
If you have not already done so, tic
up all the old papers around the
house (magazines, too) and box up
all scraps and waste paper and put
it all in a neat pile at a convenient
spot for the Boy Scouts to pick up
at 9 o'clock Saturday morning.
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