Heppner gazette-times. (Heppner, Or.) 1925-current, June 28, 1945, Page 6, Image 6

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    6 Heppner Gazette Times, June 28, 1945
Irrigon News Notes
Mr. and Mrs. Lon Hensen have
'sold their home to the Mar lows.
Mr. Hensen has a wife and two
small sons. Thy liked living here
but Mr. Hensen's health is not
good here.
Luella Minnick is able to be out
after a severe case of tonsilitis.
The vote in Irrigon Friday was
light. Vernon Jones, Mrs. Atol
Eucker, Mrs. Floyd Sparks and
Mrs. Hunting were judges.
Fred Adams and son Robert re
turned from Lehman Springs Fri
The W. E. Graybeals have just
returned from a trip to the moun
tains. Graybeal is a guard at Ord
The Glen Aldrichs are spending
this week fishing.
Herbert Ames took 125 white
frvprs to The Dalles Tuesday.
Rev. Stran of the Pentecostal
church left Tuesday after painting
me some road signs for the church.
Hp travels for the Pentecostals.
Mr. and Mrs. Emery Bedwell
went to Pendleton Sunday.
Mr and Mrs. McGee of Pendle.
ton are having a vacation Bible
school. They are assisted by mem-
ihfirs of the Pentecostal churcw.
Some of the classes are in each
church. Rev. Sloan gave two inter,
estin? sermons Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Smith and
on Steven and the Tom Caldwells,
Freda Fredricson and Josephine
West and children left Monday for
the mountains.
Mrs. Walter Grider and Mrs. W.
L. Suddarth went to Heppner Sat
urday. Fred Houghton took a car
of people to Heppner Tuesday.
Rev. Turner. LaVelle and Mar
ine Markham, Donald Greglund,
Delores Browning, Esther and
Beth Warner, LaVonne McCoy,
Louise and Carol Turner returned
Saturday from the Pentecostal Boys
and girls camp south of Pendleton.
The Henry Millers enertained
Capt. and Mrs. Billington and baby
and Capt. McGuire and family Fri
day evening.
Billy Allen S 2c is leaving Wed
nesday for Seattle for reassignment
after 10 days spent with his mother,
Mrs. W. H. Grim and other rela
tives and friends here.
Mrs. Roy Van Cleve and daugh
ter, Mrs. Ken Matson and two
sons and Glen Albright, all of Pas
co, spent Sunday with Mrs. Van
Cleve's daughter, Mrs. Milton Bai
ley and family.
Miss Patty Markham of Pasco ar
rived Saturday to visit at the Har
vey Smith home. She returned to
Pasco Sunday with .the Van Cleves.
Mr. and Mrs. Rusell McCoy and
Mrs. J E. McCoy and Snow McCoy
left Sunday for Portland to spend
a week with Mrs. Jay Berry and
'family. Mr. McCoy is employed at
Ordnance and Mrs. McCoy at Bai
ley's grocery.
Myral McFarland of Umatilla,
of Mr. and Mrs. A. E. McFarland,
is spending the week at their home.
Mrs. John Partlow and infant son
John Jay returned from The Dalles
hospital Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Allen Billings are
the proud parents of a baby dau
ghter Brenda Zoe, born in The
Dalles hospital Saturday. Mother
and daughter are reported to be
doing well.
Mr. and Mrs. Albert McLouth,
and family have moved back to
Athena where they formerly lived.
Mr. and Mrs. Thorpe of Hermis
ton are moving back to their ranch
recently vacated by the McLouths.
Mr. and Mrs. Bill Morrison and
daughters of Vale spent last week
with Mrs. Morrison's parents, Mr.
and Mrs. R. S. Wilson. Mr. and Mrs.
Homer Baker of Portland also spent
several days at the Wilson home.
Mr. and Mrs. Linn left last week
to pick cherries in The Dalles.
Word was received by Mr. and
Mrs Miles that their son Jack had
arrived in New York. No news has
yet been received from Bob Miles.
Mr. and Mrs. H. O. Ely and Mr.
and Mrs Wallace Mathews of lone
were Sunday visitors at the Elvin
Ely home
Sherron and Larry Watts return
ed home last week after spending
several weeks with their grand
parents in Union.
Mr. Cramer is reported to be re
covering in the Hermiston hospital.
Bob Smith of the air corps sta
tioned in California visited friends
in Boardman this week.
Andy Jones of the U. S. navy en
joyed a week-end pass with his
mother, Mrs. Blanch Jones, and
family. Gump is stationed at Bremerton.
Will Bechdolt accompanied his
son Archie Bechdolt to Hardman
Sunday where he will visit for
a week with Mr. and Mrs. Adrien
Bechdolt and friends.
The construction boys who were
employed at the bombing range
completed their job and left last
Eleanora Skoubo who spent sev
eral days with her parents Mr. and
Mrs. Adolf Skoubo left Friday to
enter nurses training at the Mult
nomah County hospital in Portland.
Albert Ball, Melvin Carlson and
Archie Jones who are employed at
Milton spent the week-end at home.
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