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2 Heppner Gazette Times, March 1, 1945
News Notes of Comings and
Goings in lone and Vicinity
By Has. OMAS ME THANK
The Red Cross annual drive is
being conducted this week at lone.
If anyone has not been contacted,
the committee has asked that you
leave your contributions with Mrs.
Barbara Heliker at Swanson's store
or see Mrs. Frances Carlson.
The I. O. O. F. convention for
Morrow and Umatilla counties was
held at Echo Saturday, Feb. 24. W.
D. Palmateer, George Ely, Will
Clark and Carl Troedson were del
egates from the lone lodge and
Howard Crowell, Ed Powell, Hal
Ely and Fred Ely were the dele
gates from Morgan. Al Troedson of
Heppner also attended.
The March Topic club study
meeting will be held at the Congre
gational church Friday, March 9
at 2:15 p. m. with Mrs. Martin Cot
ter, Mrs. Victor Rietmann and Mrs.
Algott Lundell hostesses.
Mrs. Werner Rietmann returned
Friday from Wheeler where she has
been taking medical teatments.
Mr. and Mrs. Howard Eubanks
arrived in lone Tuesday, Feb. 20.
Howard is on a 12-day leave from
Mrs. Walter Corley met her hus
band, Pvt. Corley, in Pendleton
last Thursday when he came home
on a furlough from Kentucky. They
' were Sunday dinner guests of Mr.
and Mrs. John Rancier and on Mon
day left to visit Pvt Corleys par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Coats and
sister, Mrs. Maryann Lapp of Port
land. Mrs. Clarence Brenner of Port
land spent a few days in lone last
week visiting relatives and friends.
Mr. and Mrs. Howard Eubanks
and A. A. McCabe were week-end
visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Charles Engle (Jessie McCabe) t
Adams where Mrs. A. A. McCabe
Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Lundell
and Mrs. Algott Lundell were Port
land visitors last week.
A group of friends called on Mr.
and Mrs. Howard Eubanks Wednes
da evening. The time was spent in
playing pinochle and a no-host
lunch was served.
Mrs. John Darst and sons arrived
Sunday at her parents' home.
Robert Hoskins, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Fred Hoskins, arrived for a
The Maranatha club will hold an
all day meeting, Saturday, March
10, at the Christian church for a
clean-up day for the church yard.
A lunch will be served at the Con
gregational rooms at noon.
Mrs. Leila Roundy had as her
guest last week her mother-in-law.
Mrs. L. H. Mitzemberg of Seattle.
Miss Ingle ( a returned missionary
from the near East will conduct a
meeting at the Christian church
at 8 p. m. Tuesday, March 13. Mrs.
James E. Chinn, president of Wo
men's" Oregon Missionary work, and
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Davies of Oregon
conference will accompany her. A
pot luck supper will be served at
the Congregational church at 6
Irrigon News Notes
By Beth Russell
Mr. and Mrs. E..A. Stephens re
ceived a letter from their son Pvt.
Curtis Stephens who is somewhere
in France. They had not heard from
him for four months and were very
glad to receive his letter. Pvt.
Stephens . is with , the Ordnance
Fred Adams made a business trip
to The Dalles Thursday.
Mrs. Charles McFall, Mrs. Sam
Umiker, Mrs. Milton Bailey and
Dan Hill were business visitors in
Dan Hill made a trip to Portland
Monday to report for his physical
examination for the armed forces.
Mrs.E. R. Schneider was a Her
miston visitor Monday.
Mrs. John Voile, Miss Juanita
Voile, Mrs. Cribbs and Mrs. Harry
Allen were Walla Walla visitors
Mr and Mrs. W T. Brandon and
family were guests of Mr. and Mrs.
Elmer Rucker of Irrigon Thursday.
Sam Umiker is employed at Uma
tilla. Revival meetings will be held ev
ery night except Monday, at 7:45 at
the Assembly of God church.
Warren McCoy, P02c, son of Mr.
and Mrs. R. M. McCoy, is home on
leave to visit friends and relatives.
He has had about three years in
Bill Allen S2c is home on leave
from Farragut. A party was given
in his honor at the Marshal Mark
ham residence Monday evening.
Mrs. Russell McCoy, Mr. and Mrs.
Earl Leach and son and Mrs. Ver
non Jones visited friends and rela
tives in Portland last week.
Mr. and Mrs. Bert Dexter enter
tained dinner guests last Sunday
in honor of Dan Hill's birthday.
Sunday school is held every Sun
day at 10!00 a. m. at the Community
church. At 7:30 p. m., slides and a
Mrs. James Henderson and two
daughters accompanied by Mrs. Am
elia Riley returned from Idaho Sat
urday. Mrs. Henderson and daugh
ters have been visiting friends and
relatives in Kendrick, Idaho.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Smith, Miss
Patty Markham, Miss Loretta White
and Mrs. Tom Caldwell were Pen
dleton visitors Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Bedwell visited
friends at Sunnyside Wash, this
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Souter from
The Dalles visited Mr. and Mrs.
Paul Haberlien this week.
Mr. and Mrs. Worth Hindman and
family spent Sunday with Mr. an I
Mrs. Howard Gollyhorn.
Edward Hinkley has returned to
Irrigon after spending a week in
the Walla Walla hospital.
Mrs. Nora Wilson, Mrs Martha
Ferril, Mrs Ada Covington, Mr. and
Mrs. J. Lathum were dinner guests of
Mr. and Mrs. Tom CaTdwell Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Minnick and
daughter Luella, Mrs. Jared White,
Loretta and Jack were business vis
itors in Walla Walla Monday.
Wayne Stewart, who has been
visiting his mother, Mrs. Emma
Stewart, returned to Portland Mon
day. Miss Arvilla Moore from Hermis
ton was a visitor of Misses Eunice
and Shirley Miller Sunday.
A birthday party for Elton Fra
sier was given Friday, evening.
Mr. and Mrs. Bill Rogers and fa
mily from Hermiston were visitors
of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Miller Sun
An interesting program was pre
sented Thursday afternoon by the
grade school. Musical numbers,
rhythm band and a negro minstrel
were enjoyed by the grade school
and their parents.
dleton, were in Heppner over the-week-end
and attended the Elk's
MANY VISITORS FOR ELKS
Among out-of-town attendants at
the Elks festivities Saturday afer
noon and evening were C. G. Norris
from Oregon City; Paul H Anderson
of The Dalles; Mr. and Mrs. Ed
Parker from, Pendleton. The Par
kers were guests of Mr. and Mrs.
Conley Lanham while here.
UP FROM PORTLAND
Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Denney have
been in Heppner the past few days
having come for the 50th anniver
sary of Ruth Chapter Order of Eas
tern Star and for the Elk's annual
ball. Mr. and Mrs. Denney have
been in Portland most of the winter.
AWAY FROM DUTIES
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Happold have
gone to Portland 1 seeking medical
aid for Mrs. Happold and inciden
tally to do a little vacationing, too.
Mrs. Hapold expects to be away
from her duties in the post office
for a month.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Cohn, Pen-
THERE MUST BE
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counts for the ever
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an emergency may mean the saving of
unnecessary suffering and loss. of time
We will be pleased to make up a
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JOHN SAAGER, Owner
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