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Thursday, April 17, 1941
Heppner Gazette Times, Heppner, Oregon
Hardman Friends Give
Send-Off for Youths
By ELSA M. LEATHERS
Miss Pat Bleakman who was in
jured last Sunday morning in an
auto accident involving Hershal
Townsend's car is recovering at the
home of her mother, Mrs. B. H.
Ellis Carlson, Max Buschke and
Bert Bleakman left town the first
of last week to begin maintenance
work on the forest They will be
camped at Opal guard station v
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Robinson were
in town Wednesday, going to their
mountain ranch to inspect the range.
They expect to move soon from
their lower ranch. .
The plays, "Too Many Marys" and
"The Ring and the Look," given
Saturday night by the high school
were well attenoed. The proceeds
will be used for the trip to La
Grande on speech arts day. Since
most of the grade school was not
present, the plays were put on again
Friday evesing, inviting them and
several other persons.
Mr. and Mrs. Harlan Adams and
Slated April 28
Tuberculin tests will be given in
these communities at these hours,
announces Miss Lucille Vale, coun
ty health nurse:
Heppner school, Monday, April 28,
Hardman school, Monday, April
28, 11 a. m.
lone school, Monday, April 28,
1:30 p. m.
Anyone in the community desir
ing to take the test must be at the
appointed place at the above hour
specified. Twin Pine, Eight Mile and
Liberty schools will transport their
pupils either to Hardman or Hepp
ner for the tests.
Through use of the conservation
practice of deferred grazing, ranch
ers in the 1939 AAA range program
reseeded more than 25 million acres
children went to the Zornes camp
Sunday, visiting at the Duff McKit
rick camp. Mr. Adams will stay as
he works there and Forest Adams
will bring Mrs. Adams and family
C. J. D. Bauman was in Hardman
Monday this week attending to
Slim Underwood spent several
days at Cheney, Wash., at his home
Samuel Augustus Steers was ac
cepted at Portland last week for
selective service, and was sent to
Fort Lewis where he will receive
final instruction. Claud Hastings is
also at Fort Lewis for six weeks.
"Raspberry Red" is the name of
the play that the grade school has
been working on so faithfully the
last month which they will 'present
on April 19 at the high school. The
proceeds will go for the 4-H clubs.
Don't forget the dance following im
mediately after the play with Bud
Lundell's snappy music.
Fred Reed went to Spokane this
week on business. . Mr. and Mrs. Loy
McFerrin accompanied him.
Friends wishing to write or send
gifts to Pvt. Jim Stevens can reach
him by this address: Co. B 1 A. F. R.
C, Fort Knox, Ky., and for Claud
G. Hastings. A. P. O. 41, No. 39,302,
029, Tacoma, Wash.
Miss 'Lois Hewitt visited over the
week end at Milton with her par
ents. Guy Chapin returned this week
from Ralph Thompson's where he
has been working the last six weeks.
He will go to work for W. H. French
this week. '
Mrs. Marie Greener spent Easter
Sunday with her mother, Mrsv Hec
tor, at Ritter.
Mr. and Mrs. Harley Anderson of
Eight Mile visited at the Claud Bus
chke home last Friday.
Herbert McDaniel visited in Hard-
man Sunday. He is employed at
Ivan Leathers and Mr. and Mrs
Earl Sweek of Monument visited in
Hardman Monday evening when
thev were returning from Heppner
after they attended the funeral of
the late Frank Gabler of Monument
Gladys Corrigall and father, Joe
Howell, and George Samuels of
Echo visited at the Sam McDaniel
Mr. and Mrs. Darrel Farrens were
transacting .business in Heppner
A large circle of friends gathered
Sunday evening to say good-bye to
Creston Robinson, son of Mr. and :
Mrs. Roy Robinson, and Lewis Mc -'
Donald, son of Mr. and Mrs. J. J.
McDonald, both of this town. Iney i
enlisted at Pendleton on Saturday!
in the civil aeronautics school, and
left Monday, going to Portland
where they are to be stationed for
three months. Refreshments were
served at 10 p. m.
Mrs. Sam McDaniel, Jr., was vis
iting in town Monday from Reeds
Miss Pat Bleakman returned to
the Henry Krebs ranch at Cecil,
where she works, on Tuesday.
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