Heppner gazette-times. (Heppner, Or.) 1925-current, April 06, 1944, Page 2, Image 2

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    2 Heppner Gazette Times, April 6, 1944
lone Chairman Turns
Over $1852 to Red
Cross War Fund
Mrs. Charles Carlson, lone chair
man of the Red Cross, reported the
sum of $1852 had been collected to
date in the lone territory. The
committee assisting Mrs. Carlson in
this worthy work is Mrs. Fred
Mankin, Mrs. Hugh Smith, Mrs.
Donald Heliker and Mrs. Clyde
Miss Alice Nichoson left Tuesday
of last week for Portland where she
successfully passed the Union Pa
qific railroad employment examin
ation. She was accompanied, by her
father Fred Nichoson, and F. J.
Sheridan, lone station agent. They
returned Friday evening. Miss Nich
oson left Monday for Arlington
where she will be employed in the
railroad office.
The cafeteria dinner served by
the lone Girls' league at the tchool
gym Sunday was well patronized.
About 150 people were served. More
than $100 was raised by the girls
to redecorate and furnish the Girls'
League room in the high school
A ball game Sunday between the
high school boys and a town team
composed of seme oC the members
of the lone ball team of yteryir
provided entertainment for the
spectators and (plenty of exertion
for the players. The final score was
10 to 1 in favor of the youngsters.
The Graybeards still possess their
batting eyes and fielding talent but
their footwork was definitely lack
ing. On Thursday of last week a land
deal was completed in which Louis
Bergevin bought 2136 acres of
wheat land from Laxton McMurray.
Bergevin has been farming this land
since 1926. The Bergevins have dis
posed of their property at Gibbon
and will make their home here
Mrs. Elmo McMillan who has
been visiting her mother, Mrs.
Mary Swanson, left Friday for her
home in Salem.
The Easter program at the Co
operative church will begin with a
sunrise service on the hill south of
town, after which breakfast will be
served at the E. M. Baker ranch.
The children's program will be at
10 a. m. at the Christian church,
with ihorning worship at 11 a. m.
At 8 p. m. a special Easter musical
pageant will be presented.
'ihe First Baptist church and the
Full Gospel Mission will combine
their Easter services, morning ser
vice to be at the Baptist church
and evening service at the Mission.
The public has been extended an
invitation to attend these services.
Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Roundy and
family arrived from, La Grande
with their trailer house Monday
Mrs. Agnes Wilcox accompanied
by Mrs. Algott Lundell and Mrs.
Lloyd Morgan ana small daughter
dyove to Foiland Wednesday of
last week. J
Mrs. Henry Clark returned home
Wedensday evening, March 29, af
ter undergoing treatment at the
Good Samaritan hospital in Port
land. afternoon. Roundy reported at
Camp Farragut on April 6 for ser
vice in the navy. Mrs. Roundy will
remain in lone while her husband
is in the service.
The Maranatha clulb will meet
at the apartment of Miss Helen
Lindsay Saturday afternoon, April 8.
Mr. and Mrs. Terrell Benge and
children of Heppner and Mrs. Lana
Padberg of lone were Sunday
guests at the Darrel Padberg home.
Mr. and Mrs. John Gerdes had
as their guest their daughter. Mrs.
Harry Hewitt of Kamela from
Thursday to Saturday of last week.
They also received news of their
son, Cpl Earl Gerdes' safe arrival
in England.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Carlson
were Tuesday visitors in The Dalles.
We take this means of thanking
neighbors and friends for ' their
kindly assistance and expressions,
of sympathy during our bereave
ment; and for the beautiful floral
Owen French and relatives
John W. Hiatt and family
Mrs. William Beck and iamily.
Mr. and Mrs, L. E. Dick have ta
ken an apartment in the Jones
apartment house, moving .in the
first of the week.
Best quality blotting paper ia smaller to suit your needs. Gazette
19x24 sheet for desk covers or cut Times printery.
Back the
on rubbish and unsanitary conditions.
Help make Heppner a more attract
ive home town.
Join the clean-up campaign starting
April 7 and running for one week.
(There will be no free hauling this
year, but you will be able to hire your
hauling done.)
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We expect to use our lands over and over
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People who work for us and with us can
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Like most other forest industries today, we
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We take a forest harvest, but leave the
woods productive.
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