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2 Heppner Gazette Times, April 27, 1944
By Mrs. Ruth McMillan
Miss Doris Klinger, only daugh
ter of Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph Kling
er, and David E. Crozier of Stan
field were married at the Lutheran
church in Pendleton Monday, April
17, Rev. E. M. Butenshon officiating.
Kenneth Klinger, the bride's broth
er and Jean Rauch, her cousin at
tended the couple. Mr. and Mrs.
Crozier will make their home at
Wayne, son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank
Papineau, suffered severe leg and
back injuries and bruises and was
rendered unconscious when he was
dragged quite some distance by a
runaway team of horses Saturday
while working at the Joe Delamet
er ranch below Heppner. It wis
not known what caused the horses
to run nor how far the boy was
dragged. He was found by his
Mrs. Maude Pointer arrived Fri
day from her home at Salem for a
fortnight's visit with her son and
daughter- in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Don
Mrs. Rufus Pieper underwent a
major operation in Walla Waa this
Mr. and Mrs. Tom Nichols are
visiting their son and daughter-in-law,
Mr. and Mrs. Cletus Nichols in
Portland, and with another son and
his wife, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Nichols
of Corvallis. 1
Clark May, son of Mr. and Mrs.
R. C. May, received a fractured leg
while skating Saturday evening.
Mr. and Mrs. Pete McMillan of
Grande Ronde, Ore. are visiting for
a few days with his parents, Mv
and Mrs. S. G. McMillan.
Pvt Billy Nichols arrived Tues
day from his station at Fort Riley,
Kan. to spend his furlough with his
You Can Fix Up a Bit,
If You Like. .. ...
Building supplies are not plentiful by
any means, but you can get enough ma
terials to fix up with around the home.
FOR THE ROOF
Asbestos Fiber Roofing
Paint for patching roofs for next year
availalbe for flues, fireplaces,
Tum-a-Lum Lumber Co.
and a great credit to every store.
It's easy to put up a good sales talk, but
to deliver the goods is a different thing.
We pride ourselves in delivering the
goods by keeping fresh" and whole
some merchandise. This means a
coming back of you customers.
If you have surplus paper sacks, do not burn,
them bring tjiem with you. The paper situ
ation is fast becoming critical Do not ask
the grocer to wrap or put anything in sacks
that can be carried without. Help conserve
paper . . . Co-operate with the BOY SCOUT
PAPER DRIVE Satuday, April 29, and
BUY MORE WAR BONDS!
father, Archie Nichols.
Marjorie, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. John Miller of Portland, for
merly of Lexington, is reported to
be ill with rheumatic fever.
Wilbur Steagall left this week for
Portland to take his physical ex
aminations preparatory to entering
the armed services.
Mrs. Trina Parker is quite ill at
Pvt Marion Cox, of the air corps,
is here on a short leave from Buck
ley Field, Denver, and is with his
parents. Mr. and Mrs. Dee Cox. He
will leave for his new station at
Mather Field, Sacramento, Calif.
Kenneth Hickenbottom, assistant
scout executive, was calling in Lex
ington Tuesday from Pendleton.
Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Gibson and
daughter of Hermiston were visitors
the past week with Mrs. Gibson's
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Bre
shears. Mrs. Kenneth Marshall under
went a major operation at St. Anth
ony's hospital in Pendleton Thurs
day. She is reported to be making a
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Phillips and
daughters recently visited friends
here from their home in Arlington.
Merritt Gray has been quite ill at
his heme with appendicitis the pa.ct
Alvin Pettyjohn, S 3c, Farragut
is spending part of his leave with
Mr. and Mrs. Armin Wihlon. His
new station will be at Wigby Field
IN PORTLAND Portland on business. Mrs. Tress Mc
Mrs. Anne .Thomas, county health Clintock expects to return home
nurse, is spending a few days in with Mrs. Thomas.
Saturday, April 29
Hepprcs? School Band
EN. ABOUT. TOWN
Adm.: $1.00 Tax 20c, Total $1.20
Adm. for Ladies 20c, Tax 5c, Total 25c
can make a tree"
Joyce Kilmer was right
can help ...
but we too
. . . We can and do help by selectively
cutting some of oui torests by leaving seed
trees and seed blocks in others oy operating
nurseries to provide young seedlings tor
burned areas and by using ah out energies
to lick fire, forest hnemy Numbet One.
Nature is receiving steadily increasing as
sistance from the private forest industries in
carrying out het appointed task oi supply
ing one timber crop after another on
America's forest land.
Pine Mills Co.