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6 Heppner Gazette Times, April 5, 1945
Irrigon News Notes
By Be '.h Russell
A birthday dinner in honor of
Mrs. Earl Leach and Alfred Good
win was given Sunday t the home
of Mr. and Mrs. Russell McCoy.
Other guests were June Goodwin,
Mrs Goodwin Mr. Leach and son
Avery Shoun is quite ill in a hos
pital in The Dalles.
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Connell and
Arden Allen were among Pendle
ton visitors Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. Leo Haddox and
small daughter Carol Jean, former
residents of Irrigon but now resid
ing at Prescott, Wash., were Eas
ter guests of Mr. and Mrs. Carl
Haddox and family.
Mrs. Joy Weigand of Pasco was a
visitor of Mr. and Mrs. Harry
Smith and family over the week
end. Miss Pattty Markham returned
to pass a physical before entrance
from La Grande where she failed
into the nurses' corp.
Mr. and Mrs. H. Ames and fam
ily were Easter dinner guests of
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Grider.
Chas. Acock was taken to the
Pendleton hospital Saturday.
Mrs. June Greene and Mrs. Har
old Forman and two children of
Kendrick, Ida., left for home after
spending a few days visiting their
brother, James Henderson and fam
ily. Mr. and Mrs. Milton Baily spent
Easter. with Mrs. Bailey's parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Van Cleve at
Mrs. Kenneth Madison and child
ren who have been visiting Mr. and
Mrs. Milton Bailey returned to
Kennewick this week
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Elliott were in
La Grande this week-end.
Miss Joanne Tade returned to
schcc1 Tuesday after a pleasant
Easter vacation at home. Miss Tade
is a former student of Irrigon high
school. She is no attending Mt. An
gel academy in Portland.
Delos Knighten rnd Leonard Al
drich weie Portland business visit
ors over the week-end.
A party in honor of Frank Leicht
and Bud Rucker, both in the ser
vice, . was piven at Mr. and Mrs.
Sam Umiker's Monday evening.
Roy Minniek left for Sloan Ore.
Friday where he will superintend
work at gravel pits there. He is
t working for the Union Pacific rail
road company and expects to be in
Sloan until late this fall.
Miss Esther Warner suffered an
injury, the result of a fall Monday
evening. It was found that she had
torn' some tendons loose in her
The high school annual staff was
elected this week. The results are:
editor, Leonard Aldrich; sports, Le
roy Schneider and Loretta White;
class reporters, senior, Kathleen
Poulson; junior, Beth Russell; soph
omore, Eunice Miller; freshman,
Marietta Haddox; business mana
ger, Kathleen Poulson; faculty ad
viser, Mr. Elliott.
Dr Roben Maaske, president of
Eastern Oregon College of Educa
tion at La Grande will speak here
at the commencement exercises in
the Irrigon high school gymnasium
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their farm has been sold.
Ernabel Peck made history for
Boardman Thursday when she
landed by plane on the project. Er
nabel has been taking flying les
sons in Pendleton for some time
but this was her first cross country
Mrs. Bertha Heald, sister of Mrs.
Russell Miller, and daughter Karyn
who have been residing with her
father since his illness in lone, left
for New York Monday morning to
Miss Edna Rose Phelps and Mrs.
Phelps shopped in Pendleton Tues
day. An Easter program which was di
rected by Mrs. John Partlow fol
lowed Sunday school in the Com
munity church Sunday and consist
ed of a number from each class of
school children. The primary class
sang "Jesus Loves Me", and the fol
lowing recited poems, Beverly Pet
tys, Norma Roseland, Sherron Rus
sell, Marie Potts, Wilur Piatt, Nor
ma Falconer, Grace Miller, Sher
ron Watts and Wilma Hug. Edward
McClelland and Reba Falconer read
a story during which several hymns
were sung at intervals and Frances
Skoubo sang "Arise Oh Lord". Af
ter the ' program Easter baskets
were given to the primary children.
Terrence Yeager of the U S Navy
was in Boardman Monday visiting
friends. He was accompanied by his
sister Evelyn. Terry has just com
pleted boot camp in California.
Hilma Lee Tyler and Chas Rose
land were in Pendleton Saturday
Mrs. Crystal Barlow went to Port
land Sunday for medical treatment.
June and Wanda Hubble of Her
miston spent the Easter vacation
with their grandparents, Mr and
Mrs. A. Agee.
Mr. and Mrs. Lester Uthe visited
relatives in Boardman Sunday from
Miss Wilamina Schmidt of Eugene
visited the Roy Partlows over the
Easter holidays. Miss Schmidt is
Mrs. Partlow's aunt.
Mr. and Mrs. Gilliland and son
of Pendleton spent the week-end
with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. A.
Ernest Peck, Jerry and Ernabel
motored to Arlington on business
Elvin Ely who is employed as
foreman of an extra gang in lone
spent Easter Sunday with his fam-
A birthday dinner honoring Mr.
Fonda was held at the home of his
son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and
Mr. Fonda celebrated his 77th birth
Mrs. George Linn Tuesday evening,
The senior frolic will be held
Durkee are moving into the little
Mr. and Mrs. John Younger of
green cottage vacated by Edward
Barlow in town.
Martin Clark, former pastor of
the Church of Christ in this city,
visited for a few hours Wednesday
evening enroute to his home in In
diana from California where he had
been called by his father's death.
Notice is hereby given that on
Tuesday, May 1, 1945 at 2:00 p. m.,
the Directors of 'the West Exten
sion Irrigation District, acting as a
Board of Equalization, will meet
at the office of the District in Ir
rigon, Oregon, to review and cor
rect the annual assessment for the
period from July 1, 1945 to June 30,
1946, levied by the Board on Tues
day, April 3, 1945.
A. C. HOUGHTON,
Mrs. C. J. Espey left last Thurs
day for San Francisco upon very
short notice when she received
word that she could have her vaca
tion at this time from her duties
at the Union Pacific depot.
N. Schmaltz 6 Sons
Peters Building, Heppner
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for the BIG CARNIVAL
Beginning at 7:15 p. m. Friday, April 13
Heppner High School Auditorium
Bingo, Cake Auction, Baseball Throw, Sandwich Counter
and many other attractions. Dancing to good music.
It will cost you 15c to get in but we can't say how much
more to get out. Well, Columbus took a chance, didn't he?
Student Assn., Heppner Hi School
THE OLD JUDGE SAYS . . .
MY id fcfXiratH ill
I j JikljadSISw Year?
"That's news f Judse. From the way
some pe;r.-'o would think it was
at least 50.; '
"No, Clem, d;. Li tho .etatement right
here in the papv . . . from authorities who
have made an exhaustive study of the sub
ject. Only about b of the people who
drink occasionally abuse the privilege...
95 drink sensibly."
"No wonder you say it wouldn't be fair
to take the privilege away from the other
95, Judge. I agree with you.
"I can't see it any other way, Clem. No
more than I could see taking automobiles
away from everybody because a few drive
recklessly and have accidents.. Or preventing ,
the making or sale of cake or doughnuts
because some folks eat too much and get
" In the case of spirit beverages, the answer
is one of education and better control."
"As a matter of fact, the responsible
members of that industry are working con
stantly toward that end. They don't want
folks to abuse the use of their product any
more than we do." .
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