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6 Heppner Gazette
Irrigcn News Notes
By Beth Russell
Mrs. Joy Weigand is visiting re
latives and friends in Irrigon Mrs
Weigand's small daughter Teresa
has been staying with her grand
parents, Mr and Mrs. Harry Smith.
Mrs. Weigand came from Pasco this
week to spend Teresa's second
birthday with her.
Mrs. Kenneth Madison and two
sons, Dickie and Gary Lee are vis
. iting Mr. and Mrs. Milton Bailey.
Mrs. Madison expects to stay two
or- three weeks. Her husband is
in the navy and is now stationed in
the Philippines. The ladies are
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Van Cleve and
son Jimmy were visitors of Mr. and
Mrs. Milton Bailey over the week
end. Mr. and Mrs. VanClere axe
from Pasco and are the parents of
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Grider vis
ited with Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Moore
of Boardman Sunday.
Mrs. Louise Ganet returned to
her home in Pendleton Friday af
ter visiting several weeks with
her sister, Mrs. Browning.
Mrs. Amelia Riley, who has been
visiting her daughters, Mrs. Minnie
Fraser and Mrs. James Henderson,
and Mrs. Ida Pemberton who has
been visiting her son James Hen
derson, returned to Kendrick, Ida.,
Mr. and Mrs. John Latham and
Mrs. Ada Covington left Thursday
forWhite Plains, Ky. after spend
ing a month in Oregon and Wash
ington. Mrs. Martha Ferrill is ac
companying them home.
Mrs. Carl Haddox reports that
her husband who underwent sur
gery at a Pendleton ' hospital, is
making satisfactory progress.
Mr. and Mrs. George E. Russell
were Heppner business visitors
E. K. Schneider returned to Ir
rigon Tuesday after a business trip
t.) P Missouri.
Fred Houghton who has been in
a hospital in Portland, returned for
a day and is now in Portland for
more medical treatment.
Ellon Fraser, Mrs. Minnie Fraser
and J. A. Shoun were some of the
Pendleton visitors Tuesday.
High school students with an av
erage of better than a 2 are on the
-honor roll for this semester. They
pre: Louis Rucker, LeRoy Schnei
iar, Marietta Haddox, freshmen;
Iieonard Aldrich, Loraine Schnei
der, Clara Fraser, juniors; Patty
Markham, Ella Mae Grim, Kathleen
Poulson, Loretta White and Delpha
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Times, March 15, 1945
Rev. Peterson, a native Portland
er who attended a theological semi
nary at San Francisco, gave a ser
mon at the Community church Sun
day evening. It is not certain that
Rev. Peterson will become the min
ister of the church.
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Ball and family
were dinner guests at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Wilson Wednes
Mrs. Buster Rands and Mrs. Ray
Gronquest took her son Keith Ray
to a doctor in Pendleton because of
ear trouble Monday.
Linn Gillespie fell from a swing
Wednesday and broke his arm and
Judy Mulligan has been quite ill
at home for the past week. Mrs.
Jack Mulligan and Mrs. Earl
Briggs took her to the doctor Mon
day night for examination.
Mrs. Billings and Doris Wilson
motored to The Dalles Saturday on
Mr. and Mrs. I. Skoubo received
word from their son Lt. Ralph
Skoubo, a prisoner of war in Ger
many, dated Dec. 15, 1944.
Mr. and Mrs. Allen Chaffee and
family spent Sunday with his par
ents, Mr. and Mrs.. A. B. Chaffee.
Allen has been stationed at Farra
gut, Ida. and is now going to Shoe
Miss Shirley Collins of Umatilla
spent the week-end visiting the
Roseland and Tyler families.
Harold Tyler Sljc who has been
home on a 30-day leave left Satur
day evening and will report at a
Seattle naval hospital at the end of
Albert Partlow Sljc returned
home Monday. He has received a
medical discharge from the navy.
Lt. Ted Wilson, flight instructor
stationed at Minter Field, Calif, vi
sited two days with his parents,
Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Wilson. Ted was
welcomed by the students when he
flew over the schoolhouse Wednes
Pfc Vernon Partlow who Is sta
tioned in Seattle is spending sev
eral days with his parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Paul Partlow.
The Home Economics club was
honored to have Mrs Cecilia Van
Winkle demonstrate and talk on the
basic seven foods at this meeting
Thursday in the grange kitchen.
Mrs. Lloyd Rinehart motored to
Union Thursday and returned Fri
day evening accompanied by her
Ernabel Peck, who attends St.
Joseph's academy in Pendleton was
at home for the week-end with
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. E W.
Mr and Mrs. Nathan Thorpe and
sons of Union are visiting friends
on the project this week.
Asta Skoubo, cjn returned from
Walla Walla Monflay to spend a
few days with her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Adolf Skoubo before return
ing to Multnomah hospital in Port
MORE NEW BOOKS IN
Have you been in to the library
recently? Some more new books
await your pleasure. Two books
were donated by B. P. O. E. lodge
No. 358: fiction, "The Bolinvars",
Bayless, a romance, originally pub
lished some years ago and sold at
$15 a copy; and a non-fiction, "Lost
Waltz" by Harding, a memoir of the
family of Archduke Leopold Salva
tor, nephew of Emperor Franz Jo
seph of Austria.
Mrs. L. E. Dick has donated "The
Glittering Hill", a story of her home
town, Butte, Mont, in the early
Nineties. It is written in fiction form
and is the winner of the first Lewis
and Clark Northwest contest.
The library bought "Yung-'Un",
Best, a fiction of frontier hardship
in the settling up of upstate New
Pvt. George Griffith, is another
Morrow county lad who is with the
5lh Marines at Iwo Jima we learn
from his mother Mrs. Elmer Grif
fith, who was transacting business
Wednesday from the family home,
nehiff short of meat points and
ncodin? the rest, we will close
Enjoy one of our
Roy and Betty Lieuallen
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For Information Write Box 726, Hepp
ner, or phone 83, Condon, Ore.
Sea Foods are Healthful
Eat Them Often
We try to keep shell ush on hand in sea
son. You will enjoy a seafood meal often
especially with meat points what they
are and may get to be shortly.
You are always welcome at the
Market and Lockers
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