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f 2 Heppner Gazette Times, January 13, 1944
IONE NEWS NOTES
Has Annual Election
Neil Doherty also on leave from
the army is visiting the home folks.
Harold Buchanan on leave from
the navy, is visiting friends and
relatives. We learn that Harold
was recently married.
Although Jan. 5 was CPA award
day, workers in Mo-tcw ccuity
have ncot received the!" r-"'-'"--This
has been due to the illness o
Harley Rkhardion, OPA vond re
presentative, who was scheduled to
be piesent on the 5lh and afain on
salute' to the rationing bo?rd' In
cut the country cn their second
Volunteer workers or appointees
serving without pay will be pre
sented with certilicates. Ten people
MEXICO STARTS PAYMENT ON
By MBS. OMAR RIETMANN " '
The Co-Ctoerative church mem- Standard Oil company of Califor-
bers held their annual meeting ma today received a cnecK tor the 12th but has not put in an ap
Sunday afternoon following a pot- $1,913,997.59, representing first pay- pearance. The event was termed a
luck dinner with the following be- mem on a settlement ior its inter
ing elected on the church board: est in Mexican oik properties ex.
Mrs. Dale Ray and Mrs. Frank En- propriated by the Mexican govern,
gleman representing the Christian rnent in 1938.
church; Mrs. Marion Palmer and total settlement with Stan.
Mathew Ball representing the Bap- dard of California amounts to $3,-
tist church; Mrs. Jennie' McMurray 589,158 plus 3 percent interest from 0f the county are elieiWe incHid;n
and Markham Baker representing the date of expropriation. The bal- p. A. Mollahan, J. J. Nys, Katherine
the Congregational church, and Mrs. ance of this sum is payable in four Burchell, Sara E. McNamer, Lee
Delia Corson representing the mis- yearly installments, the last of Howell, Rachel Dick, Evelyn Isom
(cellaneous group. Deacons elected which will be due in September, 0f Heppner, Minnie McFa-lard, cf
were Markham Baker, Marion Pal- 1947. Boardman and A. C. Houghton, Ir-
mer and Mathew Ball. Deaconesses The amount payable to Standard rigon.
elected were Mrs. Frank Engelman, of California was agreed upon by Volunteer workers serving 500
Mrs. Jennie McMurray, Mrs. Omar the United States and Mexican hours or more w;ll be r
Rietmann, Mrs. Dale Ray and Mrs. governments last September, At with silver pins. These include Min
Della Corson. tnat time the two governments also nie McFarland. Boardman, A. C.
rAA r ' fr rWil agreed upon settlements of similar Houghton, Irrigon, Grace Macom-
Der, jzioarciman, and r. a. lvionanan,
Alva Jones, J. J. Nys, Lee Howell, HAVE BABY GIRL
Ruth Tamblyn and Frank Turner, A seVen and one-half pound baby
Heppner. girl was born Jan. 8 to Mr. and
Saving on the mileage board are Mrs. Wayne Harris at the Molla
J. J. Nys, Mrs, Orville Smith, Mrs. han home. The baby has been named
Beulah Barkla and Henry Baker. On Beverly Jean,
the Focd board: Mrs. Alva Jones,
i :. 1 Namer, and Katherine
Eu'rh-U. Miscellaneous: Lee How
ell, Isabell Lawrence, Ann Miller.
1 . : : : Hanson Hughes, T. J. Hum
i '.; ej s, E j'Jyn Lorn,.
I lie board has expressed its sin
t; :e :p;.ciEticn for the work of
P.'n:. Ceo:gs Corwin, volunteer
work chairman, and four or five
others helping out regularly. Ihe
commercial classes at the high
school are especially commended
. Ui2 typing and special mimeo-
iphlr.g h?.s lessened the work of
... j icgular office force.
examinations preceding induction dl!Ub uuler uu c0m-
into the armed service are Tom Panles-
Huston and George Griffith. Tom is . .... - . . . w , . , .
the son of Mr. and Mrs. Claude OARDMAN NEWS
Huston and George is the son of
Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Griffith. Both By mabgaret thobpe
and daughter arrived this week ,, , . .
his parents. Bernie has received a
medical discharge from the army.
High Hoffman has taken over the
job of caretaker at the army camp.
Jack Gorham ha? received' word
James Rvan. English instructor
at the Tnno Uah onrvnl baH tbp from New York where
misfortune to contract the flu and was recently given a medical dis-
remained in lone over the holidays, charge from the navy.
H. M. Stiles, principal of the lone Ladies Aid met at the home of
high school had the flu while he Mrs Beckwith Wednesday with a
was at his home in Portland. He good crowd attending. The service
arriyed in lone Jan. 4 and resumecj committee was Mrs. Bechdolt, Mrs.
his teaching duties the next day. Skoubo, Mrs, Warner and Mrs.
Relatives attending the Adrian Nickerson.
Engelman funeral at Pendleton Jan. Darlene Giktrap has returned to
Kenneth e camP haye arrived somewhere
Mrs. A. Hugg is in the He-:ni3-ton
hoc-:i-1 'h rneumonia.
Mention Car Owners
After the slightest car accident you
qtq required to provide
When in trouble, come in. I am pre
pared to take care of your troubles.
F. W. Turner
4 were Mr. and Mrs. Frank Engel
man, Mr. and Mrs. Victor Riet
mann and Mrs. Walter Roberts. -
Mrs Ella Davidson entertained a
number of friends at bridge Tues
day evening. Those present were
school after a long illness after an
There will be a basket social for"
the entire community on Jan. 22
following the show.
Mr. and Mrs. I Skoubo have
Mesdames C. W. Swansoh,' Ida heard from their son. Ralph who is
Fletcher, Martin Cottdr and Omar
Mr. and Mrs. Clel Ray and family
returned home Tuesday after a vis
it with the Frank Lundells of Mil-
a pilot in the army now stationed
in England. He states that if any
one tried to keep up with him it
would be rather nerve racking.
Skoubos have also heard from Ed
in Australia He stales that he is
Mrs. Bert Mason went to Portland well and has had word from Ver-
last Thursday to visit her son Dorr non Partlow who is also in that
and family. area.
The Maranatha club met and Mr. and Mrs. Jack Meincn, Cecil
elected officers Saturday. President Hamilton, Paul Smith, Minnie Mc
elect is Barbara Heliker; vice presi- Farland, and W. A. Baker went to
dent, Katherine Lindstrom, and Heppner on business Tuesday,
secretary-treasurer, Bernice Harris. A basketball game was played
The next meeting is scheduled to with lone Friday night on the lo
be held at the home of Mrs. Kath- cal floor. This was a very close
erine Lindstrom Feb. 12. and exciting game with Boardman
Harold Buchanan PO 2-c and coming out victorious with a score
Mrs. Buchanan were here for a f 25 to 28.
short visit. Harold is the son of the Mrs. Cutler has returned home
Fred Buchanans of lone. from the Walla Walla hospital
Willows Grange Home Ec club where her daughter Thelma has
will meet Friday,, Jan. 21 at the been very ill with mastoiditis. She
home of Mrs. Monetta Aldrich, is improved at this time.
Mrs. Rayl Barnett spent several A new juvenile grange will- Ibe
days in Portland visiting her mo- organized Saturday night by Mr.
ther-in-law, Mrs. Chas. Nord who and Mrs. Charles Wicklander. All
has been ill. those children interested in joining
Jimmie Ledbetter is pending a should be present with their dues
few days leave from his duties in and initiation fees,
the navy, visiting his relatives and Mr. and Mrs. Bernie Koivisko
friends in and around lone. and baby are in Minnesota visit-
Call 23 Heppner Call 161 1 lone
FOR GENERAL HAULING
Two trucks and one trailer available to go
any place, any time.
Livestock transportation and Heavy
Machine Hauling Our Specialty.
CARLOAD OF STOCK AT ONE TRIP
You Call- We Haul
HEPPNER - IONE - PORTLAND
Heppner : Clyde Nutting : lone
Holub Tiuck Line
JL7XAVE you eyer watched the birth of a new forest?,
Seed flies from ripened cones and soon Nature KasTcarpcted
the ground with the fresh, new green of a junior forest.
This miracle of renewed life is converting millions of acres of
lands into productive farms, yielding a harvest of trees. That is
why timber is often called "Americas only, renewable resource."
Modern-day timber operators aid
Nature by leaving adequate sources of
seecf for future forests, by planting
seedlings when necessary, and by
spending millions of dollars for fire
By such methods, America's 630,-(
000,000 acres of forest lands can grow
all the timber we need for homes, forf
commerce, for national security and for
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