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4 Heppner Gazette Times, February 25, 1943
THE HEPPNER GAZETTE
Established March 30, 1883
THE HEPPNER TIMES
Established November 18, 1897
CONSOLIDATED FEBRUARY 15, 1912
Published Every Thursday bv
CRAWFORD PUBLISHING COMPANY
and entered at the Post Office at Heppner,
Oregon, as second-class matter.
O. G. CRAWFORD, Editor
One Year $2.50
Two Years 4.50
Three Year? 6.00
Six Months : 1.25
Thjv-3 Months i5
Sinc'e Cox!es 05
WE WANT TO DO OUR PART
once more will wend their way to the
nearby school building to apply for ra
tion book No. 2, which will introduce
the point system of making food pur
chases. Just what will come next has
not been hinted and there is no use in
crossing bridges there is confusion
enough over fuel oil and food ration
ing to make it unnecessary to borrow
Each of us has had some exper
ience in filling out ration application
blanks. We should be able to use that
experience to our own advantage as
well as to assist those upon whom the
task of making out the applications
and the final processing has been im
posed. If this is done, there will be less
confusion and each of us will learn
more of what all this rationing is
about. Confusion over the recent fuel
ii uiexc 10 unc wiiug uic iuuu iicwa- -i ra1'nniT1y hpW WptipH and with
paper can do these days it, is to help riiCrA lTbS
make the people war-conscious. . To SSS
tSSS? amoUTf fefi
space to the several governmental ag- ftt" "
encies-and we do mean several- h h b l M
which provide copy m unnecessarily of outright indignation over the fuel
f ge quantities for the press. Some of ofl ti fe fe fa al there h
it, most of it, m fact, is quite readable, been nQ incfination for the badl con.
TJ?M $'yTgt T1; ed user to criticize those in charge
.th'lrflrst Jo1? a"d of filling out the blanks. If the weath
they are doing their best to create the er were extremely cold and most of us
proper impression with the depart- were without the m u
mental head but there la one fly m the be ch d Ag .fc . nQ ' ig suifJ
T a r fw-1 her i.s c0n' now probably will not suffer in
cerned and that is that there is too the futur Mostof the suffering if
Tt TnSiS fw fi, such there has been has been mental
It must be admitted that the war igh due to antic'ipation of the in.
comes first in everything these days, conveniences of rationing rathpr than
There is no desire on our part to mini- Xt -ha rellh occurred
mize the efforts of these bureaucratic w t , , ' f . .
employes, for they, too, have to live, 0fwtlmTt
but judging from the wealth of mater- fg v swakine not
ial which comes through the mails, ev- ttde? f ood ra-
ery day having as its source some gov- tioni 20 H fe . 2Q intg t rf h
ernmental agency, .we hazzard the and feor p
guess that 75 percent of the writers
could be spared to the armed forces HE COULDN'T KEEP OUT
and there still would be plenty of press In view of hig j and successM
frftt ehmmated 75 Period as a public servant, it seems
A0 , !o L nt u ij u Pertinent to remark that "what is Mor-
As a matter of fact, there would be ' minf .- loca Ttiq aowa
less need for newsprint rationing if fnhp 1 of r T n Rnn wh'n
crowded with similar literature which ffli &S" t0 T
it is safe to state not more than 10 nnS -A6 " r'
motion of the war and Vill continue ESTS'i01 entr?nce.1lnt,0 one r th?
, j 1, i 1 tiT"" i"! oer of the armed units for while not
s, 'nX'T'l "picking a fight" type, the sher-
ur tu put n in oerxer iorm, it govern- u iTV : r " j"j r
mental agencies were not permitted Bauman dl? n0 UP
to use them in such lavish manner. and when w naval poh c?rpS
0 was organized he put application.
, . .. . - he isn t so old) did not mitigate against
Making application for rationing him and in which his experience was
books has become the rule instead of strongly in his favor, so Morrow coun
the exception with Americans. Begin- ty loses a good public official and the
ning today Mr. and Mrs. John Citizen navy acquires a No. 1 policeman. ,V;
HERE FROM SEASIDE INITIATION FRIDAY EVENING ATTENDDXG CONFERENCE
Mrs. Bessie Hemperly of Sea- Mrs, Emma Evans, worthy ma- Heppner's resident ministers left
aide visited the past week with Mrs. tron of the Ruth chapter of the town early Monday going to Cor
J. B. Snyder. Mr. Snyder, her bro- Order of the Eastern Star, haa an- vallis for a two-day conference,
ther, came from Pendleton to spend nouncedi that initiatory ceremonies In the group were Rev. and Mrs.
the week-end at home and Mrs. will be the order at the regular Bennie Howe, Rev. Martin Clark
Hemperly accompanied him to Pen- meeting of the chapter tomorrow and Rev. S. D. Spiesz.
dleton Sunday on her return home. Friday evening.
RETURNS HOME IN PORTLAND
Miss Katie Minert is back in Mrs. Josephine Marmnov
Heppner after spending the winter Monday where she will spend sev- Don is employed at the Art Hughes
erai weelca . ranch on Butter creek.
VISITED BROTHER '
Marlin. Goff of Hillsboro visited
left his brother Don over the week-end.
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