Heppner gazette-times. (Heppner, Or.) 1925-current, March 23, 1944, Page 2, Image 2

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    2 Heppner Gazette Times, March 23, 1994
News of the Week
Around lone and
Neighboring Area
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Billy Gorger spent the week-end
with his parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Henry Gorger. He returned to
Portland Sunday evening.
Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Yarnell and
son Alton of lone and Mr. and Mrs!
Clifford Yarnell and daughters of
Lexington were Bickleton, Wash.,
visitors Sunday. The Yarnells for
merly lived at Bickleton.
Charles Nord of Portland arrived
in lone. Wednesday evening to
visit Mrs. Nord who was ill at the
home of her son Ray Barnett. Mrs.
Nord was moved to a hospital in
Pendleton Friday.
Coast guard and Mrs. Norman Ev
erson of Portland were lone visit
ors the first of the week.
Rev. and Mrs. Paul A. Davies of
Portland were guests at the Fellow
ship supper at the Congregational
rooms Friday evening. Rev. Davies,
who is superintendent of the Ore
gon Congregational conference gave
a short talk after supper. While in
lone the Davies' were guests at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. Laxton Mc
Murray. They continued to Condon
Saturday where Rev. Davies con
ducted services Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Olson (Dot
Ganger) and Lowell Ganger of
Portland were week-end guests of
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Clark. The Ol
sons and Mr. Ganger went on to
Pendleton Monday. Mrs. Clark ml
them at Arlington Tuesday and re
tured to Portland with them.
Miss Helen Lindsay was hostess
at a party at her apartment Satur
day afternoon for her mother, Mrs.
James Lindsay and her grandmo
ther, Mrs. Diantha Akers, the oc
casion being birthdays of the two
ladies. Those present were Mes
dames Akers, Lindsay, Laxton Mc
Mjurray, Johan Troedson, Ella Da
vidson. Henry Clark, Stena Schlee
voight, Henry Gorger, Mary Swan
son, Delia Corson and the hostess.
Lt. Paul Smouse spent Sunday
wdth his mother, Mrs. Anne
Smouse. He returned' to his station
at Las Vegas, Nev., Monday.
Little Alicia Jean Swales cele
brate her third birthday on Thurs
day March 16. Assisting in her
celebration were Charlotte Waddell,
Clara Ann Swales, Ernest Drake
and Larry Rietmann.
Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Ekstrom
and family have moved from the
Eric Bergs trom ranch into the Park
apartments. Ektrom is now farming
one of the Oscar Peterson ranches.
Mrs. Ralph Aldrich suffered pain
ful injury when a bottle of clean
ing fluid exploded in her hands
last week. Her right hand was bad
ly cut
Richard Waddell of Nyssa, son of
Rev. and Mrs. H. A. Waddell was
a week-end guest at the home of
his parents. He was accompanied
by Miss Claudine Tonlinson and
her grandmother, Mrs. Mattie Mor
land of Nyssa. At the morning
church service Sunday Richard
played a trumpet solo and Miss
Tonlinson sang a soprano solo.
P. N. G. club will meet at the
home of Mrs. Milton Morgan Fri
day afternoon, March 24.
Norman Nelson is visiting his pa
rents, Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Nelson.
He is home on leave from the South
Pacific. He is a member of the
"Seabees." : !
Mr. and Mrs. James Lindsay went
to Portland Saturday afternoon ac
companied by Mrs. Diantha Akers
and Miss Helen Lindsay. Returning
Sunday they were accompanied by
their younger daughter Betty Lou
who is convalescing from the flu.
Topic club social meeting will be
held at the C. W. Swanson home
Saturday afternoon March 25. Hos
tesses are Mesdames Agnes Wilcox,
Victor Rietmann, Clyde Denney ani
Lloyd Morgan. ,
The Ameca club met at the home
of Mrs. Raymond Lundell Saturday
March 18. Those present were Mes
dames Lundell, Milton Morgan,
Donald Heliker, Lloyd Morgan, Ro
bert Buchanan, Harry Parsegan, Al
vin Bunch, Roy Lindstrom, Marion
Palmer Darrell Padberg, Clarence
Harris and Mrs. Earl Baldwin.
H. E. club of Willows grange held
a very enjoyaible all-day meeting
at the home of Mrs. Ed Buschke
Friday with 18 members present.
Mrs. Charles Carlson and Mrs.
Milton Morgan were hostesses Mon
day afternoon in honor of Mrs..
Norman Everson (Helen Ralph).
Present were Mesdames Earl Bald
win, Donald Heliker, John Eubanks,
Clarence Brenner, Garland Swan
son, Clell Rea, Victor Rietmann, Cla
rence Harris, Lloyd Morgan, Ray
mond Lundell, Paul Pettyjohn, Del
bert Emert, Hubert Ekstrom, Art
Stefani and the hostesses.
SOARDMAN NEWS
By MASGABET THOHPE
Lyle Robertson and Mr. Eller
went to Portland last Wednesday
where they took their physical ex
aminations for the army.
Buster Rands left Thursday for
San Diego where he will receive
training in the Marines.
Danny Ransier returned to Far
ragut. Ida. after spending boot leave
at home. Marvin also left Monday
for his camp in Texas. This is the
first time the Ransier family has
been together for five years.
Grangee met Saturday night at the
hall. Due to the dance at the school
the meeting was short and no lunch
was served. Mrs. McFarland's resig
nation as Master of the grange was
accepted.
Frances and Dagmar Skoubo of
Pendleton spent the week-end at
home.
The school gave a dance Saturday
night in the gymnasium with the
Arlington Blue Notes furnishing the
music. A very large crowd attended.
Mrs. J. Surrell went to Hood Ri
ver Sunday where she visited until
Tuesday.
Mrs. Ed Kunze went to Portland
Friday to visit her son Edward Mc
Clellan who left for the navy the
following Monday.
Word has been received that Mr.
and Mrs. Bill LaLonde of Holly
wood are the parents of an 8 pound
10 ounce daughter born March 7.
She was named Andrea Lee. Mr.
POOP FACTS
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BRITAIN KEEPS
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BRITISH SUPPLIED OUR. ARMY
IN BRITAIN WITH...
0,836 TONS OF FLOUR.
20,460 TONS OF POTATO -5
12,65 TONS OF FRUIT RV'.
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and Mrs. LaLonde are former resi
dents of Boardman.
Miss Beverly Pettys celebrated
her sixth birthday with a party at
her home. Beverly left Tuesday for
Walla Walla to spend a month with
her grandmother.
Mrs. Nels Kristensen, Elizabeth
and Buddy spent Monday in Pen
dleton shopping.
RATIONING CALENDAR
Processed Foods
Bock 4: May 20: Expiration date
of blue stamps A8, B8, C8, D8, E8,
worth 10 points each.
Meats, Butter, Fats and Cheese
Book 4: May 20: Expiration date
of red stamps A8, B8, C8, D8, E8,
and F8 worth 10 points each.
Sugar: Book 4: Stamp 30 valid for
5 pounds indefinitely. Sugar stamp
31 valid for 5 pounds indefinitely
beginning! April 1.
For Canning Only
Sugar stamp 40 valid for 5 pounds
through Feb. 28, 1945. Apply to
local board on Form R-323 for re
mainder (20 lbs. max. per person)
affixing spare stamp 37 for each
person, (after March 23.)
Shoes Loose Stamps Invalid
Book 1: Stamp 18 expires April 30
Book 3: Airplane stamp No. 1 va
lid indefinitely. (New stamp to be
come valid May L)
Gasoline Coupons: Not Valid unless
endorsed
June 21: Expiration date of No. 11
A coupons. (May renew B or C
Coupons within but not before 15
days from date on cover.)
Fue Oil: Dealers deliver by prior
ity based on needs.
Price Control: Refer price inquiries
and complaints to price clerk at
your local board.
GOING FOR OPERATION
Mrs. Laverne Hams went to Port
land Wednesday, taking her little
daughter Linda for treatments for
her eyes. Mrs. Patricia Barrie and
two children accompanied Mrs.
Hams to Portland enroute to Se
attle to have a few days with hus
band and father Lt. John Barrie
who will have a few days in port.
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Do you want
a job like this?
WANT a job where every hour
you work is an hour that helps
win the war?
Want a job that gives you a
chance to increase your skill, or
learn a new one? A job that gives
you new experiences, new friends?
Then join the Women's Army
Corps and take over a vital job in
the Army?
For full details about the WAC,
apply at any U. S. Army Recruiting
Station. Or write: The Adjutant
General, 4415 Munitions Bldg.,,
Washington, 25, D. C. (Women in
essential war industry must have
release from their employer or the
U. S. Employment Service).
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MAKE TRIP WEST TOGETHER
Pfc Oner McCaleb of Coffeyville
Kan., and his broher Bill, both in
training in the middle west, met at
Omaha and traveled together to Pen
dleton. At Pendleton, Omer was
picked up by Dr. and Mrs. J. P.
Conder of Milton and brought to
Heppner to spend the week-end.
Bill went tq Hermiston to visit a
few days.
DRIVE TO PENDLETON
Roy Quackenbush and family and
Mrs. E. L. Burchell were Pendle
ton visitors Wednesday.
SUNSHINE, TIME
and PROTECTION these TREE FACTORIES
CAN PRODUCE ALMOST Atfifatf
-yHE trees of America's 630 MILLION ACRES of forest land are
- going to be the source of thousands of new science-created article
before long . . . that's why the forest industries art seeking to place
their timber lands oa a Inuu of continuous crops . . . that's why
many forests are now managed so that they will yield successive crop
without destruction of the wood.
Already we produce paper, rayon, chemicals, plastics, textiles, and
insulation front our forests. These are only a pre-view of thimgi H
tome.
Great industries can be built on, the utilization in new forms of
inexpensive, abundant wood, because Tuts rt Crop. With the
kind of aelp nature is now receiving through the scientific manage
ment of the forest industries, the future of these new industries is
secure.
This company has placed its properties on a basis of permanent
operation.
Kinzua Pine Mills Company