Heppner gazette-times. (Heppner, Or.) 1925-current, June 29, 1944, Page 2, Image 2

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    2 Heppner Gazetfe Times, June 29, 1944
Mrs. Echo Palmateer and dau
ghter Laurel returned home Wed
nesday from Portland where they
have been visiting relatives. Mrs.
Hazel Beers accompanied her sis
ter to lone returning home Friday.
P.N.G club met at the home of
Mrs. David Rietmann Friday with
nine members present. The club
decided to donate small inexpen
sive gifts to McCaw hospital to be
used as prizes for their various
games. Each gift must be wrap
ped appropriately and left at the
Lundell garage before July 6. Any
one wishing to contribute to this
worthy cause may do so.
Mrs. Alice Wiles, who has been
ill for some time, was taken to The
Dalles hospital Saturday. She was
accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. Dale
Ray, S. L. Wiles, Mrs. Lester Brit
lain and Mrs. Ned Carr. Mrs. Wiles
will spend a few days with Mrs.
Brittain at her home in Tygh Val
ley before returning home.
Topic club met at the Masonic
hall Saturday afternoon with four
tables of bridge. Prizes were won
by guests Mrs. David Rie'tmann
high and Mrs. Louis Bergevin low;
by members, Mrs. Omar Rietmann
high Mrs Echo Palmateer, low and
Mrs. Cleo Drake, pack high. Hos
tesses were Mesdames Ernest Lun
dell, Franklin Ely, Garland Swan
son and Harry Yarnell. The July
study meeting will be at the home
of Mrs. Mary Swanson on July 14.
Mrs. Joe Howk and children of
Condon arrived Wednesday eve
ning at the P. J. Linn home. Miss
June Griffith who has .been visit
ing the Howks returned with them.
Friday, Allen and Lois remaining
Mrs. Howk returned to Condon
lor a longer visit.
Miss Wanda Carson of Arling
ton spent a few days last week in
lone as guest of Miss Leeta Linn,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Linn.
Lhe returned home Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. Ray Bamett left
last Wednesday to' visit their son
Jimmy who is stationed at Seattle,
t'nd Mrs. Barnett's brother and wife
Mr., and Mrs. Floyd Bamett, also
of Seattle.
Mrs. Walter Dobyns who under
went an operation at the St. Vin
cents hospital in Portland last
Tuesday is recovering saisfactorily.
Mr. Dobyns and Wilma returned
home Sunday.
Harry Yamell is reported recup
erating very satisfactorily from his
recent operation at The Dalles
Mr. and Mrs. Donald Heliker at
tended the wedding of Mrs. Viola
Zink and James K. McLarty of
Portland Saturday at the home of
Mrs. C. G. Anderson on Alameda
drive. After a short trip to Seaside
Mr. and Mrs. McLarty will reside
in St. Johns whee Mr. McLarty is
a chemical engineer.
Wilma and Wilda Dalzell, daugh
ters of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Dal
zell have recovered sufficiently
from a bout with measles to make
thei first trip to town in some time.
Rev. H. N. WaddeU left Monday
for Turner Oregon to attend the
annual conference of the Christian
church of Oregon. Rev. 0. Wendell
Herbison of Heppner accompanied
him. There will be no services at
the Cooperative church during Rev.
Waddell's absence.
Mr. and Mrs. John Bryson and
Mrs, Lana ?adberg spent Sunday at
the Bill Padberg ranch in Clark's
Mr. and Mrs. John C. Gerdes and
family of Portland spent several
days visiting Mr. Gerdes' parents,
Mr. and Mrs. John Gerdes Sr.
Delbert Crawford returned from
Portland after passing his physical
exam Saturday. He reported for
navy training Monday. Sunday
evening Ms. Walter Corley and
Miss Jean Coleman were hostesses
at the Corley home for a farewell
party for Bob Crowell, Bob Hos
kins and Delbert. About 35 young
people attended.
Mr. and Mrs. Ted Smith and son
Phillip left Sunday for a few days
fishing in central Oregon.
Mrs. Lonny McCabe and daugh
ter Lola Ann left Saturday for Se
attle accompanying Mr. and Mrs.
Ivan Remingler and children who
have been visiting at the McCabe
home. Mrs. Remingler was former
ly Miss Irene Anders who taught in
lone. After a visit in Seattle Mrs.
McCabe will attend the wedding of
her cousin Dan Campbell at Eu
gene, Ore.
Lish Sperry of Portland arrived
Sunday to be on hand when har
vest starts.
Mrs. Bert Mason and her sister,
Mrs. Hester Dalzell of Spokane is
visiting her, spent Saturday and
Sunday fishing at Lehman springs.
Pomona grange will meet at Wil
lows grange hall on July 1. The af
ternoon program at 2:30, which is
open to the public, will include the
burning of the note which com
pletes the payment of the building.
A free dance in the evening begins
at 7:00 p. m. with old time music
until 10:00 after which modern
dances will be played.
Mrs. Leroy Turner and daughter
JoAnn accompanied Mr. and Mrs.
Donald Heliker on 'heir recent U ;.. of The Dalles, brother of Mrs. Hel- banks.
to" Portland. Also returning with iker. Mr. and Mrs. Omar Rietmann
the Helikers were .Virginia Zink Miss Ellin, Morgan of Portland is have receive'd word from their son
of Portland and Dicky Dinslinger visiting her sister, Mrs. John Eu- Paul of his arrival in England
For that Picnic
Lunch Meats
Prem and other Sliced
Colored Fryers
Plan your grocery buying for
three days and include
Fresh Vegetables for
Salads : and Fresh Fruits
Central Market
t ountv fair KavEiion
ancing Starts at 9-30 p. m.
usie: Men About Town
A dm. 50c : Tax IOc : Total 60c
per person
Live butts
and the wo
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don't mix
You don't toss burning cigarettes around a powder p!ant.
But enough smokers toss burning cigarettes around
forests to start 20,000 forest fires a year, more than a
quarter of the total ... In ypars of averao ire losc, smo
kers cause a national loss of more than $10,000,000 in
our forests.
Few people realize how explosive a dry forest is in fire
season . . . how, in a twinkling a lone spark may be fan-l
ned into a roaring conflagration destroying in a few
hours what nature, aided by man, has taken years to
produce ... A cigarette in a forest is a spark in a powder