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6 Heppner Gazette Times, March 8, 1945
Irrigon News Notes
By Beth Russell
Mr. and Mrs. Batie Rand and
sons, David and Herbert; David Al
len, Mrs. Ray Minnick, Misses Jua
nite. Voile, Luella Minick and Beth
Russell were business visitors in
Pendleton last Wednesday.
Bert Deter and Mr. and Mrs. Dan
H'll were visitors to Pendleton
Sam JJmiker has returned to his
work at Ordnance after a few days
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Frederick
son of Stanfield were Irrigon visit
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Noels made
a business trip to Portland Thurs
day. First Lt. Earl Stewart left for
Fort Sills, Okla. after v'siting with
his mother, Mrs. Emma Stewart,
and friends here.
Mrs. Sam Umiker received a tel
egram from her brother, Frank
Leicht, stating that he expects to
leave sometime soon for overseas.
Vernon Dale Stewart, grandson
of Mr. and Mrs. R. M. McCoy, is
Aositing his grandparents and
Miss LaVelle Markham made a
fly'ng visit from Seattle, flying be
cause it was so short, with her par
ens, Mr. and Mrs. Markham. She
had about 12 hours at home.
Fred Houghton left Wednesday
for Portland where he will receive
medical treatment. Mrs. Houghton
went down Saturday evening to be
with him over the week-end..
Mrs. Donald Houghton returned
to Denver Colo. Thursday evening
after spending several days with
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Houghton. She
is the daughter of Dr. and Mrs.
Richard Thompson and attends the
Colorado university in Denver.
Mrs. Wm. Graybeal was hostess
at a b'rthday party in honor of her
daughter Jean Friday evening.. A
number of friends spent a pleasant
Rev. G. R. Schneider left for
Springfield, Mo. Sunday night. He
expects to return from this busi
ness trip Wednesday.
. Mrs. Joy Weigand from Pasco
visited Mr. and Mrs. Harry Sm'th
and family Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Smith and
Mr. and Mrs. Russell Moore were
business visitors in Portland this
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Noels went
to Portland on business Thursday.
Mr. and Mrs. John Voile were
in Heppner the past week-end.
Mrs. Dan Hill and Mr. and Mrs.
Vernon Jones were in Tacoma the
Miss Luella Minnick is recover
ing from a severe case of tonsilitis.
Mrs. Tom Godwin and son Ro
gers of Ellensburg visited Mrs.
Martha Ferril this week-end.
Mrs. J. Graybeal celebrated her
birthday Sunday at the home of R.
Irrigon high school now has a
school paper, The Comet, and a
regular class Jn journalism undei
the direction of Mrs. Robert Smith.
Patty Markham is editor of The
Comet and there are reporters from
each class covering class activities,
sports, assemblies and general hap
penings. O '
CARD OF THANKS
We wish to express our sincere
thanks to the many friends and
neighbors for their kindness and
expressions of sympathy, also for
the beautiful floral offerings during
the illness and death of our dear
wife and mother.
Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Piper and
Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Piper and
FOOD FOR HEALTH
Willow creek home economics
extension unit will meet at the
home of Mrs. Earl Evans at 11 a.
m. Wednesday, March 14. The de
monstration will be on Food for
Health. All ladies living along lo
wer Willow creek are invited to at
tend this meeting.
Mr. and Mrs. James Monahan
CARD OF THANKS
We take this opportunity to ex
press our appreciation of the many
kindnesses and words of sympathy
and for the beautiful flowers, dur
ing our recent loss of our baby
Being short of meat points and
needing the rest, we will dose
$1.00 per plate
Roy and Belly Lieuallen
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Peters Building, Heppner
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For Information Write Box 726, Hepp
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Eat Them Often
We try to keep shell fish on hand in sea
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especially with meat points what they
are and may get to be shortly.
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