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2 He p pner Gazette Times, June 28, 1945
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I SLAUGHTERING PERMIT
APPLICATIONS DUE NOW
Slaughter permit applications
must be in the hands of the ration
ing board before July 1, the local
office states. Permits are needed
only if meat is sold or given awity.
All fleet owners or those carry
ing over 1,000 gallons of gas on T
tickets are instructed to call at the
rationing office fcr tickets. The
coupons are issued alphabetically
and the processing has gone as far
Orders were received by the lo
cal office Monday from the Pork
land office limiting opening hours
from 10 a. m. to 3 p. m. every day.
IONE NEWS NOTES
By UBS. OMAR KIETMANN
Wm. Hayes returned to lone Sun
day after an extended visit in
Carl Treodson of Hermiston
spent Sunday of last week in lone.
Members of the grange are re
minded of the pot luck dinner at
the hall Sunday at 1:30 p. m. after
which there will be a practice of
the Pomona work.'
Mrs. Ann Smouse and Miss Shir
lee Smouse left for Portland last
week for a two weeks' visit. En
route they visited the Orlo Martin
family at Moro. Mrs. Martin ac
companied them to Portland.
Mr. and Mrs E. C. Heliker were
Portland visitors from Wednesday
to Sunday last week. Mr. and Mrs.
Norton Lundell accompanied them
to that city on their way to their
home , in Los Angeles.
Charles McElligott accompanied
five carloads of cattle to Portland
Chuck White, son of the Gordon
Whites spent a short furlough at
his home. He arrived Thursday and
returned to Tennessee Saturday.
The Topic club met at the home
of Mrs. C. W. Swanson for the June
social meeting. Four tables ' of
bridge were played. Mrs. Bert Ma
son received high prize, Mrs. Clell
Rea grand slam prize and Mrs.
Echo Palmateer low prize.
Mrs. Pauline Boyer left Monday
for her home in Seattle.
The O. E. S. members with their
families and friends enjoyed a par
ty on the Masonic lawn Wednes
day evening. After a treasure hunt
for the children, the adults played
several games then gathered in the
hall for a short program and a few
more games. Afterwards delicious
refreshments of strawberries, ice
cream and cake with punch and
coffee were served.
Walt Roberts and Omar Rict-
mann were business visitors in The
Mr. and Mrs. Darrell Padberg
and daughter, Lee Ann, Mrs. Hazel
Benge and children Lynn Marie
and Ralph and Mr. and Mrs. Alvie
Casebeer and daughter Joyce en
joyed a week-end in the mountains
fishing and camping.
, Bernita Harris, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs, Clarence Harris, cele
brated her third birthday at her
home Thursday June 21. The fol
lowing guests were invited: Sue
and Ann Beell Coleman, Jud and
BoGrd and Room
a week and up
per day and up
UK! AM, OREGON
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16 Miles East of
By The Box
Regular 10c "G. I." Pecan
bars now 16 for $1 .49
A delicacy ... a rare treat for
the whole family. A smooth,
maple flavored creamy fill
ing smothered with crisp
pecans. Yea, genuine pecans!
Buy 'em by the box, as
many as you want . . . today!
THE FRIENDLY STORE
Alice K. Mason, Billie and Mildred
Seehafer, Kay and Keith. Roundy,
Skippy and Dianne Pettyjohn, Ma
rilyn and Gary Morgan, Wayne and
Ellis Ball, Clara Ann and Alicia
Swales, Joyce and Janet Buchanan,
Mardene Baker, Charlotte Waddell,
Keith Peck, Linda Halvorsen, San
dra Eubanks, Bobbie Rice, Linda
Himmenbigger, Judy Morgan, Mary
Emert, Hansbury Burk, Karen Lun
dell, Dick Darst, Lona White, Er
rett Hummel Jr., Tommy Harris
and mothers. Jello, cookies, orang
ade and coffee were served.
The high wind Tuesday blew
down half of a large locust tree in
the Cleo Drake yard. A number of
branches, large and small, were
blown from the tall poplars about
There was a special meeting of
the O. E. S. Tuesday for initiation.
A party at the grange hall Thurs
day night honored Freddie Painter
and Chuch White who were both
home on leave.
Shell Oil Company
Quota Here $5,000
Community War Loan quotas
throughout the Western States will j
share in the $15,000,000 Seventh!
War Loan drive bond purchase ofj
Shell Oil company, Incorporated,:
Pacific coast territory, it was an-j
This sum is the same as that re-1
presenting war bond purchases by j
the Oil company in the Sixth war;
loan which was nearly twice the
amount bought in any previous
drive, Shell officials said.
The $15,000,000 is in addition to
the individual bond quota set for
Shell's 8,000 employees in the west.
Of this $15,000,000, $5,000 was al
located to apply on Morrow coun
ty's bond quota.
U. S. M. C. AGAIN ENUSTlflU
The marine corps headquarters
in Portland announced today that
the marine corps is again enlisting
17-year old men into its ranks. All
physically fit men in that age
group may apply at 208 New U. S.
Courthouse Bldg., in Portland.
Seventeen-year-oia men may en
list in the marine corps reserve for
the duration of the national emer
gency or in the regular marine
corps for a period of four years.
MEAL HOURS: .12 to 2 p. m.
and 6 to 8 p. m.
Our Diners Resemble
J. Spratt and Wife
Remember t h e nursery
rhyme about the couple
who licked the platter
clean? Unusual? No!
Our patrons enjoy doing it
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