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2 Heppner Gazette Ti mes, May 25 , J 944
brother and family, Mr. and Mrs. ty was held in Hollywood's "A Bit
Frank Lundell of Milwaukie. of Sweden" with Mr. arid Mrs. A.
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Moores also are lormer lone resi
dents. Maranatha club will meet June 3
I ONE NEWS NOTES
taken to WnrA W. been received of
St. Anthony's hospital in Pendle- death of Mrs. Emily Peck. She was
ton last Thursday when she be- well acquainted in lone when she
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came seriously m. u was iuuiiu , wMifcpr
was suffering from peritonitis. She Mrs. John Gerdes returned to tier . Mrs. Don Strait
home Friday morning irom a iwo - - - .
,..-W ,.nth W son and fam- at ble home of rs" Marlon
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rainier lor an ail oav se&sion wiui ,
ton, Woodrow Huston; the John
Bergstrom family; R- D. Allstott
:ami!y; Miss Catherine Thornburg;
Mr. and Mrs. Claude Huston, Mr.
Mrs. Laura Driskell states that
she has purchased a home in Walla
Walla and expects to move there
shortly. The Leo Gorgers also have
and Mrs. Clive Huston; Mr.
an( bought a home in the Garden City
and will move there after harvest.
is reported slightly improved.
Ted Palmateer, S!2c, son of Mrs
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Echo Palmateer, spent a lew uaya uy m ruiUcu.u. . ,
ii tt: rn t tjta UcAA itc plwtinn I-"' iui.it. ci, uuuu. iiiLie weie
on leave Wltn niS moiner. inua su- m': nrpt snH five ,r,iP;t: The next
TViHc Whrt i., studvine in Port- of oncers Wednesday evening Prescnt. a ,frve, Tne, ?fXt
land spent the week-end here also, with the following results. Presi
Rose and Billy Gorger and Wal- dent, Mrs. Vera Rietmann; vice res
lace Cox of Portland spent the ident, Miss Helen Lindsey, sec.e-week-end
with Mr. and Mrs. Henry tary-treasurer, Mrs. Cathern Lind
Little Shirley Keithley, eight ref,uar monthly missionary
year old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. mtin- jii be held at u-.. Con-
Everett Keithley passed away at CTeg?tionai church Thu-sday after-
noon June 1. At this time the la-
dfes will have an exhibit
their home in Baker Friday morn
ing, May 19. Mrs. Nola Bristow, Mr.
and Mrs. Howard Keithley, Mr. and
Mrs. Edison Morgan and Gene Gra
bil of lone attended the funeral on
May 23, in Baker.
Mrs. Mary Swanson returned to
lone Thursday May 17 ' after a
week's visit in Salem and Portland.
The Furnell house owned by Dale
meeting will be at the home of Mrs.
Don Heliker on June 16.
Arnica club met at the home of
Mrs. Alvin Bunch. Mrs. Donald
Heliker will be the next hostess on
FRIENDS GIVE FAREWELL
DINNER TO EVAN KILL
Forty three were present at 'hte
of old potluck dinner held Sunday April
hand work. The ladies of the Swe- du, in noncr ot iwan Kill, son ot Mr.
dish Lutheran missionary society and Mrs. Leonard Rill, who leaves
are invited as special guests. All
those interested in missionary work
are urged to attend.
Friends here received an an
nouncement of the birth of a son,
Eueene L. Jr.. on May 19 to Mr.
Ray burned with a total loss last FiriA Mrs. Eugene L. Inskeep of Wei-
Saturday afternoon when a weed ser ija. The young man weighed 6 Evan with all good wishes of the
this week to join the armed ser
vices. The tables at Rhea Creek
grange hall were beautifully deco
ratd with lace tablecloths and tu
lips while groaning under the
tempting viands spread upon them.
A going away gift was presented to
tire wnicn ivir. Kay started, got out poUnd? and 7 ounces. group.
of control. ' Mrs. Leslie Rouindy left Monday Those piesent included the Leo-
The PNG dub of the Rebekans evening for Camp Lewis to visit her nard Rill family, Mr. and Mrs.
held a fancy work and apron sale husband who has been ill. Her Floyd Wordcn, Mr. and Mrs. Chas.
election day. They also sold pie small daughter Kay accompanied Beckett; Mr. and Mrs. Be"' .Ande.-
and coffee during the day. Pro- her.
ceeds amounted to $53.00. Mrs. Henry Clark is helpiing in
.The baccalaureate service for the the Farris cafe while Mrs. Farris is,
lone class of 1944 was conducted at on a vacation.
tre Co-operative church of lone Mr. and Mrs. Howard Eubanks of
Sunday evening, May 21. Fath- Bremerton arrived Friday when
tr Francis McCormick delivered a they were called1 by the serious ill
splendid sermon before a large and ness of Mrs. Eubanks' mother, Mrs.
appreciative audience. Rev. H. A. A. A. McCabe. Robert McCabe of
Warlrlp.11 of the Cooperative church Forest Grove was also here for
son; Bill Rawlins; Mr. and Ivirs. Ce
cil Lutkins; Mir. and Mrs. Walter
Beckett, Guy Huston, Myron Hus-
and look over our various lines of
A few of our outstanding items:
Spring-filled lounge chair $32.95
filled Platform Rocker $42.95
End tables $4.98-$11.95
Linoleum Rugs $3.98-$6.45
Felt base 9x12
Radio B Batteries available now
Gamble Store Dealer
Conley Lanham, Proprietor
rm a siw lib aatb asm
assisted in the service.
Mrs. Dale Ray left Tuesday to
meet her daughter. Miss Gladys
Breshears, in The Dalles. From
'here they wiB. viisit relatives at
Lyle, Wash. Miss Brashears is leav
ing the first of June with the Am
erican Music company of Portland
when the company transfers its of
;ices to Hollywood.
Mrs. Nora Holland returned to
her home in Seattle Monday after a
week's visit with her sister, Mrs.
Mrs. Ira Morgan of Seattle spent
the week-end with her parents Mr.
rnd Mrs. Milton Morgan Sr.
Victor Rietmann made a business
trip to Walla Walla Saturday.
several days during her critical ill
Improvement has been made on
the depot plaitform which was sad
ly in need of repair. The old plank
platform has been replaced by
Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Kruse and
daughter of Oswego and Mrs. C. W.
Burton of Pirtland are visiting at
the home of Mrs. Lana Padberg.
Sunday Mrs. Padberg was hostess
at dinner at which time she had all
of her family with her except two
grandchildren. Those present were
Mr. and Mrs. Terrel Benge and
hildren of Heppner; Darrell Pad
well as the two daughters their
berg and family; Mr. and Mrs.
Kruse and daughter Karen; Mrs.
Mrs. Cleo Drake returned to her Burton, and Arlie Padberg.
home Monday evening Mrs. Drake According to recent word, Mrs.
was musician of the Rebekah as- John Bryson was guest of honor at
i smbly which met in Portland last a dinner party of five when Mr. and
vreek. After the close of the meeting Mrs. Joe Waters, formerly of lone
die spent the week-end visiting her and Heppner, were hosts. The par-
The 5th War Loan
Object: To sell sixteen billion dollars
worth of bonds siix billions to be rais
ed direct from individuals. Date-rJune
12 to July 18.
Let's Not Fall Down This Time!
Do you believe in Uncle Sam? Prove
it, Let's not get out of step with the
boys. The cost of war is running so
high that higher taxes are inevitable.
At present the daily expense is over
$300,000,000. The United States to
date has sperit well over $175,000,
000. No wonder we are asked to buy
more war bonds!
So buy only what you need and buy the
best. We pride ourselves in handling
only the best, so come in and stock up.
All we ask is a chance to serve you once.
We know you will come again.
The champion "blook" the guy who
thinks we should cross mules with cows
to get milk with a kick in it.
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WOOD really needs no introduction to America.
It has built most of America's millions of homes, has given
us paper and innumerable other products.
Perhaps you won't recognize wood after this war is over. So
many new uses are being developed that it has become known as our
most versatile raw material.
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The most important fact about wood
is that it is a renewable natural resource.
We may run out of minerals, but trees
Forest industry operators, custodians
of our commercial trees, recognize this
fact Harnessing growth, they are using
wood today, and producing more wood
for the future. A forest isn't a mine,
that can only be depleted. It is a farm
that can produce forever.