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2 Heppner Gazette Times, September 27, 1945
IONE NEWS NOTES
By Mrs. Echo Palmateer
The Birthday club held a party at
the Congregational church parlors
Tuesday, Sept. 18. Mrs. Stella O'Meara
and Mrs. Kathenne Yarnell were host
esses. Guests of honor were Mrs. Bar
bara Heliker and Mrs. Elsie Peterson.
About 12 members were present. Re
freshments of jello, cake and coffee,
Donald and Ernest Heliker went to
the mountains last week to cut their
winter supply of wood.
Those leaving for OSC this week-end
were June Griffith, Melba Crawford
and Wilma Dobyns.
Mrs R. It- Castleman who has re
turned from a visit in Portland was
aompanied home by her claught
Mrs Ramona Poore, whose home is in
Si? Mrs. Poore will spend a wee
visitine her parents, Mr. ami Airs.
fflSSan. anPd her daughter Janice
bW5 daughterlin-law, Mr, -
Kitty Turner who has been!
viSVhie relatives in this vicinity for ,
Snt?meleft for Union to visit a son
S were Mrs, Clyde Denney and
Mrs Fred Mankin; low, Mu. Ll
Sell and Mrs M. E.. Cotter.; Jack I
hieh Mrs. Louis Bergevin, and giand
S Mrs. Fred Mankin. Itef resh-1
mo ts of ice cream, cuke and coffee,
were served. Hostesses w?re tors. Ar-,
villa Swanson, Mrs. Mary Swanson and ,
Mrs. Frances Carlson. . fl
Round-Up guests at the home of
Jairios Lindsay were Mr. and M. a. C. ;
A Rarlow and son Jack of Camas,,
Wash and Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Law-:
rente of Silve.ton. Mrs. Lawrence is a
sister of Mr. Lindsay.
Mr. and Mrs. Job Crabtree lot . rl
dav evening for their home in bale n
after spemlfng the Bummer With their
dauchter Mrs. Louis Halvorsen.
The HEC of Willows grange wil
have a dinner at their hull Nov. 21
from 6 to 8 o'clock p. m., also a bazaar
carnival will be held. The apron
SSrnmittee wishes to announce that
there will be a prize for the most
fancy apron and one for the most
practical apron. Aprons should be
sent in to Mrs. Mary Lindsay as soon
The Union Missionary meeting will
be held at the Congregational church
parlors Oct. 4. .
Mr. and Mrs. Clell Rea are the par-
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A. A. McCabe has gone on a vacation j
trip. . ' . , ... .., i
Earl MCUaDe IS on nia way ui
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Mrs. Eloise Estes of Seattle is visit
ing at the home of Mr. and Mrs.. Louis
Bo.rgevin. Mrs. Estes is a sister of .Mr.
JlV and Mrs. Victor Rietmann and ;
daughter Ruby Ann and Mr. and Mrs. ,
Omar Rietmann and son Larry drove I
to Condon Sunday to visit Ed Riot-;
Tvr,.,u,.a f fho 4-TT pliih frnm here
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who attended the fair at Heppner i
Saturd.iv were Pat'-icia and Dclnrua
Drake, Ruby Ann Rietmann, Lola Ann ;
t,t..( l.mo slonVmVor .ioAnn Colf-
man. and their leader, Mrs. Lonnie
McCalxf. Thev were accompanied by
Mrs William Snehafer. Mrs. Victor
Rietmann and Mrs. Cleo Drake. The
girls demonstrated bed making and
their number on the program was a
Mrs. Walter Corley received word
that, her hu:;liand has been moved to
Fort Knox, Ky.
Cleo Drake and l ienry i ku k wi-m ,
to Bond over the week-end. Drake
hunted antelope and was t'oi-tunate in
getting one. and Clark visited with
The high school football team lost
the first game to Echo last Thurs
day at Echo. The next game will be
Miss Darlene Biddle left last week
for itadinon, Wis.
Mr. and Mrs. Hoy Lindstrom return
ed Friday from a three weeks vaca
tion. They visited in the Willamette
valley and along the coast then went,
to San Francisco where they spoilt a
week, also visited an unc'n of Mr;;.
Lindstrom's, Byron Goodall, at San
Mateo and Eva Swanson of the Waves
at Balboa Park.
Lt. Paul Sniouse who is stationed at
Marchfield, Calif, has a 15 day fur
lough. He spent mos't of it with his
wife who is 111 in Spokane, and is now
visiting his mother. Mrs. Anne Smou. "..
Mrs. Frances Hitter of Heppner is
visiting her sister, Mrs. Grace Ander
Mrs. Vernon Brown received word
from her son. Lt. Bill Biddle. that he
is on his wav to Port Lewis to rcceiv
his separation from the Army Air
Mr. ' and Mrs. Loval Eriekson of El-1
lensburg', Wash, and Mr, and Mrs. Joe
Girard of Reno, JTlev. were visitors
over the week-end at tne jonn luiu
sier home. Mrs. Eriekson is a sister ol
Mrs. Ada Cannon spent last week at
the Ivor Nelson home at Kinzua.
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Ball returned
home from an extended trip through
Oregon and Washington. They visited
the Edgar Ball family at Foien
Grove, the Vernon Christophersons at
Donald and Glenn Ball at Yakima.
Lake Beckners have purchased the.
house of Milton Morgan Jr. and will
move in soon.
Mr. and Mrs. William Ludwig and
son Curtis were Walla Walla visitors
over the week-end.
Mr. and Mrs. Laxton McMurray
have returned from a week's vacation
The Mobile 'Chest X-ray Survey unit
will be in lone at the school house
Oct. 1 from 10 to 12 a. m. and from
1 to 4 p. m.
Harry Ring has received nis dis
charge from the army. Lyle (Pinky)
Allyn will soon receive his discharge.
He has been visiting In lone.
Visitors at the Wallace Matthews
home were Mr. Matthews' sister and
her husband, Mr. and Mrs. Arch
Bushnell, and a nephew and wife. Mr.
and Mrs. Kl Lane Matthews, all of
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Lleuallen sold
their cafe to Mr. and Mrs. Roy Long.
The Lieuallens will remain here as
Mr. Lieuallen will run the card room.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Clark received
word from their son Lowell that he
had arrived in New York and would
be sent to a hospital on the west coast
soon to receive treatment for his ear
which wa3 injured by a bomb explosion.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Olsten of Port
land visited at the Hmry Clark hni
They brought little Alicia Swales back
with them. Mrs. Olsten will leave ioi
Minneapolis, Minn., the middle of Oc
tober to attend the graduation exer
cise.) of her son, Robert Sparks, from
the University of Minnesota after
which he will become an aide to an
ambassador to Europe. Robert at
tended school here while in the grades.
Mr. and Mrs. Franklin Lindstrom
and Mr. and Mrs. Clifford McCabe are
vi:ating the ladies' mother, Mtb. Clyde
Pvt Robert Rietmann has been
transferred from Camp Maxle, Tex. to
Fort Ord, Calif.
Those who are interested In Youth
for Christ are Invited to meet again
Monday, Oct. 1 at 8 p. m. sharp in the
Congregational church parlor. A group
is expected from the Pendletor Youth
for Christ to inform those who are not
acquainted with this movement, which
is non-denominational. All Christians,
young and old, are urged to attend
NOTICE TO HUNTERS
No trespassing or hunting will
be permitted on any of the proper
ties of the undersigned in Morrow
county. Anyone found violating this , AUXILIARY MEETING
order will be prosecuted to the run,- The Women's Auxiliary of AH
Saints Episconal church will meet
Mrs. D. O. Justus i in the parish house at 2:30 p. m.
F. D. Cox l Friday.
extent of the law.'
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