Heppner gazette-times. (Heppner, Or.) 1925-current, October 11, 1945, Page 6, Image 6

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    6 Heppner Gazette Times, October 1 1, 1945
Irrigon News Notes
Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Stone of the
Willamette valley spent Sunday and
Monday in Irrigon. They are look
ing for a business location.
Mr. .and Mrs. Warren Powers
visited her aunt, Mrs. Elmer Ruck
er Monday. Mrs. Powers is the for
mer Wanda Yarington and they
were married in La Grande Sun
day at the Christian church.
The Paul Haberleins returned
Sunday from a week's vacation in
the mountains.
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Isom and dau
ghter Donna and Mrs. Mary Belle
Eddy came home Sunday from
Monument with a deer.
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Browning and
daughter Delores spent the week
end in Cle Ellum returning Sunday
Mrs. Brownings mother, Mrs. M. A.
The Dan Hills have lumber ready
to build an addition to their house.
Mrs. Milton Bailey took Milton Jr
to the Pendleton hospital for treat
ment. He has been very ill but was
improving Monday.
Fred Adams was taken to the
hospital at Pendleton Monday night.
He has pneumonia.
Carol Slate entertained the mem
bers of her class and her teacher,
Miss Scott Thursday afternoon. It
was her 11th birthday. Games were
played and refreshments were serv
ed. Twenty-six were present.
Mr. and Mrs. Emmett McCoy, the
Russell McCoys, Alfred Goodwin of
Hermiston and Milton Bailey spent
last week in the mountains. They
came home Saturday with a bear.
Mr. ana Mrs. Jay Berry came up
and Emmett McCoy left Monday for
the mountains.
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Krawl and
four children are moving to a farm
above Hermiston. The Minnie Fra
ser family will move into the house
as soon as it is vacated.
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Dodge have
rented the Meadow camp grounds
and are already in possession.
Sgt Glen O'Brien of Mountain
Home Ida. spent the week-end with
his wife and son Chester. He just
had a week-end pass.
Mr. and Mrs. Emery Bediwell
spent Sunday at Sunnyside Wash
with their son Roy and family. Her
bert Rand accompanied them and
visited Johnny Tade. The Tades
moved from here in Sept.
Mrs. Margaret White and daugh
ter Loretta of Stanfield spent the
week-end with the Roy Minnick
Mr. and Mrs. Russell McCoy and
three children moved to Seattle
Sunday. Mr. McCoy is employed
Mr. and Mrs. Bill Graybeal are
hunting in the Elgin country.
Mrs. F. C. Fredrickson, son Tohn
and daughter Freda and small dau
ghter visited Mrs. Sam Smith Sun
day, Mrs. Smith has been ill.
Rev. Ray Ames from the Baptist
training school preached in the
Community church Sunday.
Rev. Scondeen of Pasco preached
in the Pentecostal church Sunday
The Fred Adams and Wallace
Winquists took carloads of the
Community church members to
Hermiston for the three o'clock
service, evening dinner and evening
services. They are having a con-
Mrs. Fanny Grider of Condon but
who has been visiting in La Grande
arrived Friday to visit her son Wal
ter Grider and Mrs. Grider.
CWO Wiley Benefiel and broth
ers, Melvin, Otto and Bert, and
Harry Cooper got back from the
mountains with two large bucks.
Mrs Wiley Benefiel and son Wi- !
ley and Mrs. Harry Cooper and !
son Billy left Tuesday alter spend- !
ing a few days with their parents, '
Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Stephens. i
Mrs. L. E. Dick is confined to her
bed for a rest of at least a month.
She is feeling better but the attend
ing physician insists she must re
main in bed. Meantime, neighbors
and friends are keeping an eye on
her so she simply has to "stay put."
Mr. and Mrs. John Hiatt and SK
3c and Mrs. Hubert Gaily are
spending this week in the mount
ains hunting. A telephone message
this morning disclose that M:a.
Gaily has killed a 4 -point buc";
somewhere on Kelly Prairie.
onty Shoe Store
wtshes to announce that it will be
closed from
October 15 to
October 18
Shoes taken for repairs Saturday
will not be ready until
October 20
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