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6 Heppner Gazette Times, March 30, 1944
Services Held in
Memory of U. D. O.
lightful evening and had : aencious RATIONING CALENDAR GUEST AT GRAHAMS VIMiwa on
refreshments. '"' Processed Foods Miss M. R. Wightman, who has Lawrence Miks and John Halton
Rrwik 4: Mav 20: Exoiration date vP QHn W home in Oakland, drove to roruano xuuij,
' - : auuf
By MBS. J. A. SHOTTET
Clarence' Fredrickson Iwho 'has.
been in the Aleutians for , several of blue stamps A8, tHJ, L, JJ8, ,
months is home on a 30 day leave. worth -10 points each.
He is visiting his parents, Mr. and. Meats, Butter, Fats and Cheese
Mrs.FvC Fredrickson and other re- Book fclVJayj20: Expiration date
latives. 1 r , . ' '.'I a -J of red stamps A8, B8, C8, D8, E8,
Mr. and Mrs. Howard Gollyhorn F8 wor A 10 points each
and two - children were Heppner Sugar: J Stamp 30 valid for
visitors Monday. ' " , 5 Pounds inde&utely Sugar stamp
Calvin Allen is asked to report at". ' vima J ullua mucum
Calif., is a guest of Mr.
Claude Graham. She' is a
John and Bob Wightman.
and Mrs. turning Sunday. Mrs. ivuies wu
sister of called to Boise, Ida., last week by
' the serious illness of her mother.
A memorial servie was held Fri
day by Rev. E. R. Schneider for
Kenneth Leroy Fraser who was
t .11 ,i i . , ,i i .
Killed in trie wast at me oronance r -
dtepot. He leaves a wife and four Pendleton April 5 for the navy. ,: begmning prU 1.
I A 11 a V. i. nU. iVtininrt I toil v ,
i :i r n Tin i. ri. Ttfl on1 vraen fcuen went un-iv iu xac. i w
Maxine. He was 40 years old and palls ter spending the week-end .
had been working here since the re. '' ' ' :" 1 t
work started at he depot. He was , andlMrs. Black of .Kme-?
born at Taloga, Okk. His father, D. "yed Tuesday toehold rvi-,
M. Fraser two brothers, Everett meetmgs at .the Pentecostal;
cnurcii. ' . -
Sugar stamp 40 valid for 5 pounds
through Feb. 28, 1945. Apply to
local board on Form R-323 for re
mainder (20 Iba. max. per person)
affixing spare stamp 37 for each
person, (after March 23.)
Edith 4 Pucket of Portland is here Shoes Loose Stamps Invalid
and Elmer and a sister,' Mrs, Opal
other sisters, Verna Allen Walh visiting mth her sister, Athol Had-, Book 1; Stamp 18 expires , April 30
rn j nrui r,e r-ww dox and family. ? Book 3: Airplane stamp No. 1 va-
Wash; an aunt, Mrs. Flora Lcn- M. H- W- Grim left for Red -v Ud indefinitely. (New stamp to be
hart; an uncle, Earl Rucco, of n Tuesday to visit her.: father , come, valid May V) . : .
Princeton Ida were here for the George Hux and sisters Maud and . Gasoline Coupons: Not Valid unless
funeral. There' were many beautiful Dora. - -"y : ' ;l 5. endorsed... '
, ) June 21: Expiration date of No. 11
i A WORD OF APPRECIATION. '" A coupons. (May renew B or C
. Mrs.. Walter Grider and Mrs. Em- j wisn to express not only for my coupons within but not before 15
iry Bediwell were Pendleton , vis- seif but for my two brothers, Jack days from date on cover.) 1
iters Thursday. ( ,,T , and Dan, our sincere appreciation Fuel Oil: Dealers deliver by prior-
Mr. and r&'-Ladd.. Sherman arid and thanks to the Red Cross for its'' ity based on needs,
two daughters were in Irrigon Wed- swell job in getting us' home in our Price Control: Refer price inquiriei
nesday. Mrs. Sherman and the girls time of need. Any contributions to and complaints to price clerk at
will live in Lexington white he; is trus tworthy , causa and the great j your local' board.: 0 .3 .0 loirtul
seeing duty in the navy. . , ,(. . work t it j is ;dpingi t ynUt be 'greatly;' co) ;r h r , ;.,, '
m:.'1:'BarTy'''Co(t left' appreciated. l t f We've got Axis to trind. ;Buy
Thursday to get their household n .':i ;i ( v.Pugh. McLaughlin, ;i I Defeoee Bonds and Stamps. ,
oods which they had left in Trout-dale.
NOTICE OF SALE
I am going t sell at 'public auction at the County Court
House in Pendleton, Oregon on Monday, May 1, 1944, at the
hour of 10 o'clock A. M., the well known Hid-a-way Springs
resort in this County near, or in the vicinity of Ukiah, Oregon,
consisting of approximately 1240 acres. This is a well known
summer resort with an abundance of deer and elk in season
and near many good trout fishing streams.
If you are interested in purchasing this property I will be
pleased to have you present and submit your bid. If you
find it inconvenient to be here at said time and wish to make
a bid, you may do so by enclosing a cashier's check represent
ing 15 percent of your bid and mail to me here in Pendleton
before the date of sale in order that your bid may be opened
and read there and then, and if you are the successful bidder
you will be promptly notified accordingly.
W. H. MORRISON, Receiver
o ? r, 1 ' Si f '
I Mr. ' Midi Mrs. JJ1 A. Shoun were
ill Heppner: Monday. ,fr r ;"r)
I Mr. and Mrs. Charles Reynolds of -,
"yancouver, Wash, are visiting his 1
riiece, Mrs. Ora Thompson,' arid ,
Patty Jo and Tommy Lee Coulter
of Pendleton spent the week-end
with their mother, Mrs. Billy
Coulter. " "
Mrs. Lyle Mulkey and Mrs. Wm. ,
Gollyhorn were Pendleton visitois
Saturday as were Debs Knighten
and Lwnard Aldrich.
Mrs. Edward Houghton and small
son Bruce of New Jersey are here
spending some time with her hus
band's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred
Pvt. Wm. Voile left for his sta
tion in California after eight days
spent with his parents, Mr. and Mr.
Jolin Voile and sister Juanita and
jMiss Virginia Taylor spent the
week-end at Lewiston, Ida.; Miss
Dorothy Larkin at Monroe and Mrs.
Rada at Portland and Mrs. Edith
Mathews at lone. The teachers are
adding extra time and work to the
school day so that school may ad
journ May 5 for the summer.
! Six couples met at Earl Isom's to
play pinochle, Mr. and Mrs. W. M.
Wilson, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Minnich,
Mr. and Mrs. Dave Steagall, Mr.
and Mrs. Henry Miller and Mr. and
Mrs. Dan Hills. They spent a de-
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3 who Prod
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your mectric JLignt
A. ei cap ef eeffee Is the
perfect 'Mplemeat (e a sat
eW, ') eeed, aad tastfc-,'
fed; ew Mrriee is promprai'
we are pwase 10 serve ynu
Dae to shertaSB or lir
hum elesed at
II'JO J:)Vr7 no
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What Is the Charles A. Coffin Foundation?
THE PURPOSE of tht Charles A. Coffin
Foundation is tcj encourage and reward
distinguished achievement i the electrical field
by "prizes to employe; byj recognition to light
ing, power, and railway companies for improve
ment in service to thefpubl c; by fellowships to
deserving graduate, student ;; and by the grant
of funds for research work at technical schools;
Establishment of thfc
twenty-two years ago
awards was announced ,
an a Statement issued by
President Swop and dkted December a, igli: t
i i f'Ott Ma i6.023. GharlA A. Coffin tn his 7Cih
ytar retired from the active leadership of the General
EUelnt Company. Mrl Lomt has been tdentipt
WIM in 0fweiojmem oj tnt eittnitat tnuusiry
l88t. Hewitt the founder andlcreator of the General
. Electric Company, of whichhe has been the4?t
' tptratton una leader foritiirtt years.
AS an exprwsston oj apprcvaiien oj wir. ejjin i
great work not only f on the deneraJ Electric Com
pany tut also for the entire ejtctrical industry and
B9i(h th Atsitito makeMis MpfpiatfaufM
land, 'constructive as Khr. CMu's life .and jvork
,, h4ve ken lhts,Board of DiiickWif'iht GeniY&l
r. t ... s . lj . J .1. J . ...... ...J
mlynPMtnf company, creajrea on nist retirement o
,(,( no9 desirel to' announce th 'CW$ei Coffin i
! ).;? vim
hmtt hi Youi Couifry't Future
BUY WAR BONDS
TTie Charles A. Coffin Foundation
jcorifcrs a special citation for
distinguished wartime achievement
ELECTRIC LIGHT and POWER INDUSTRY
Faced with unprecedented demands, the Electric Lisht and
Power Industry has met every war-production requirement
without delay and without impairment of its Peacetime services
to the Public. This achievement merits the appreciation not
only of American industry but of the entire nation. "
FROM THE CITATIOK
pHIS CITATION is richly merited for here is a
branch of industry that has done a remarkable,
war job that has not been generally recognized.
If electric power should fail, or if it be too little or
too late, the disastrous effects would startle all America.
Vital machines would be motionless. Millions of homes
would-be cold and an eerie, blackout would descend
over the land. j
But, electricity has not failed. Rather, in 1943 twice
as much power was produced: as in the year before the
war with the minimum of n facilities and despite
large losses of skilled employees to the Armed Services.
In the words of J. A. Kruj , Director, Office of War
Utilities of WT.P.B.j "Power men public and private
; should be proud of jthe job that has been done in provid
ing power supply, JPower has rjever been too little or too
: lite; . i
We of General' Electric, wl o have built a large part
of the electricequipment wh ch' generates, distributes,
and uses the 'eUcric? j)ower ( f America, take pride in
the way thisequpylta idling up under the strain
' of "forced draft' 'wartimepp :ration.(
. Many, of the"heri and wc men responsible for this
remarkable, record-, itfe your neighbors the manager
or metlr feadgryho "liyes acrsss the street, the girl in
the accounting depalrtment wo is in'' youf bridge club,
the lineman with whom you fowled last night. A word
of-appreciate ofrwioyJt to them will lend added sig
nun ij auis tin ji.jsi
citation. General Electric
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