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6 Heppner Gazette Times, September 27, 1945
Lexington Items . . . '.
By MRS. MARY BDWAEDS
Mrs. Colleen Wallace and baby
son Lester Eugene have returned
home from the Mollahan nursing
Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Edwards have
received word .i. the birth of a
on, Stephen Edward to Mr. and
Mrs. H. M. Marrs of Palo Alto, Cal
if, on Sept. 16. Mrs. Marrs is the
former Jerrinc r .a. -.a L j .
inrton. Kenneth Way, son of M. a? 1
Mrs. Dan Wry, came home Sunday j
from San Diego. Kenny finished
his boot training and this is his
firist leave at home since he entered
the service in July.
Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Breeding,
llr. ar.d Mrs. Wilbur Steagall and
in.d Willis Steagall went
to Spray last Thursday where they
attended the funeral of the step
father of the Steagall boys and Mrs.
Breeding, who was killed in a log
accident. G Jests at the A. M. Edwards
home last week were Mr. and Mrs.
C. E. Greenwood and Curt Haslcins
cf Spokane and Miss Frances Har
pole, William and Herbert Harpole
cf Wilbur, Wash.
Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Jones and
daughter of Yakima spent last
week-end at the W. E. McMillan
Melvin Lyle Allyn, son of Mr.
and Mrs. George Allyn, arrived
home last Thursday tp spend a few
days sbefore reporting to Fort Le
wis where he will receive a dis
charge, having more than the re
quired number of points. Lyle was
in all of the North Afrifcan cam
raign and went into Sicily and Ita
ly and then into France and Ger
many. Miss Frieda Breeding of Pendle
ton spent severval days here last
The upper classmen entertained
Jhe freshmen at their annual initia
tion party at the school house last
Friday evening. From all reports a
good time was had by all who were
Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Van Winkle
ard family and Mrs. Cora Allyn
went to Arlingtton Monday where
they attended the funeral of Mrs.
Cora Van Winkle who passed away
in her sleep Thursday night after a
T Sgt Lewis L. McDonald has
received his discharge from the
army and has returned to his home
in Heppner. His specialty in the
service was mechanics and welding.
CHILDREN just like your own, except that
fhey talk a foreign tongue are starving, dying
tf cold, in allied countries ravaged by the war.
The war isn't over for them or for the many
jwar-relief agencies that help them. These war
relief programs can only be kept going through
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HONORABLY DISCHARGED veterans still
have a long way to go, to get all the way back
to civilian life. To help them, Veterans' Infor
mation Service has been established. It cannot
function without your help. You help many a
boy get properly started again, when you give
to your local Community War Fund.
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THE WAR has ended in many places. But its
effects haven't Millions of our boys must re
main scattered over the earth thousands of
miles away. One of their nearest contacts with
home is the U.S.O., which brings American cheer
to American boys through Camp Shows given
for them. The U.S.O. operates on your dollars.
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HOSPITALS for the wounded and maimed will
not find their work finished when the war ends.
Many servicemen will remain in their charge
for years to come. To help them recuperate, the
HJ.S.O. sends entertainers to bring them amuse
ment, talk with them, brighten their days. Your
contribution helps make this work possible.
Give generously to
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OUR SHIPS manned by our men will ba
docking at foreign ports for many months to
come. The men who man them are not military
personnel, but their work is every bit as vital.
One place they can go for relaxation is to
the clubhouses operated by United Seamen's
Service. The U. S. S. needs your help, too.
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RIGHT IN YOUR OWN community, there are
troubles that have not ended. Family service,
hospital and clinical services, visits by trained
nurses, care for children right here in our own
community, are still needed. These services are
rendered by our own local agencies. They, too
need your help.
Representing tho National War Fund
This advertisement sponsored by Morrow County Committee: Blaine E. Isom Chairman
O. W. Cutsforth, Lexington and V. L. Carlson, lone, Directors