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2 Heppner Gazette Times, September 14, 1944
ION E NEWS NOTES
By HTRS. OMAB HJCETMAUK
is a lot
if little RINGS
rence Linn returned with him. returned Saturday from Portland. Mrs. Leroy Ellis was taken to St. her for medical treatment Que v
Cpl Linn is in training at Camp E. R. LundVslL Cleo Drake and Anthony hospital last week where a noxious condition of her system.
Hlaan. Calif. Bob Drake left for Portland Mon- wac hn,,ht nrluioaKU t keen Continued on P&ge Three
rastor juiwara cowien ana ji Engelman M. S. 2jc returned day morning.
family arrived last Monday trom Saturday with Mr. and Mrs. Roy
Caspar, Wyo where he was pastor Lindstrom.
of the First Baptist church there. . ana Wm. Burk and fam
The Bowlen family were guests of jiy arrived in lone Saturday They
Mr. and Mrs. I. R. Robison for wjH stay at the Franklin Lindstrom
several days until 'the 'parsonage home until a house is avlailable.
here was put in shape for their yr. Burk is garde principal,
occupancy.. ' Ihe Cooperative church potluck
Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Peterson and dinner Sunday was well attended
family went to Portland Monday with about 50 members and friends
of last week. Mrs. Peterson and enjoying a sumptuous meal. The
the children returned the last of young people engaged in games in
the week and Mr. Peterson went on he afternoon.
to Camp Park Calif, to visit their The Topic club study meeting
son Don in training there. Carl wbs held at the home of Mrs. Ben
Peterson who spent the summer i'orsythe Friday afternoon. Mes
assisting on his hrdther Oscar's dames Forsythe, Franklin Ely, Al
ranch has returned to his home at gott Lundell and Charles Carlson
Roseville Calif were hostesses. The subject was
Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Baker return- "f1 CU 0n the fnersary
ed Wednesday from a short vaca f fventh year of war with
, . . x ,.r , . . Ja'p-'n. lh esocial meeting will be
toon trip into Washington. at Masonic hall Sept 23 imlegs
Mr. and Mrs. Norman Swanson members are notiiied otherwse.
and son of Portland are visiting Mr. and Mrs. Louis Halvorsen
Mrs. Mary SWanson. Little Nor- are the operators of the Carl Feld
man Jr aged two and a half years man ranch since Clarence Harris
had quite an experience early Sun was ii'ad into service. Mr. and
morning when he started out on his Mrs. John Eubanks will move to the
own to see the sights of the town. Halvorsen ranch and continue their
Dressed in pajamas and red bath dairying business there,
robe, trundling a dollbuggy with a Tom Everson, son of Mrs. Bessie
toy bear and followed by a puppy Everson, is home on 15-day fur
he had traveled several blocks in lough. Due to a back injury Tom
town, crossed the creek and had has been hospitalized until recent
come to the second barbed wire ly and was allowed this leave be
fence up ;a hill when his father fore returning to Greenville air
finally caught up with him an hour base at Greenville S. C.
later. Mr. and Mrs. Bert Mason were
Dale Ray returned Tuesday from hosts at a steak barbecue at their
Lyle Wash, after assisting his son home Sunday honoring their house
Bill Brashears in rebuilding a barn guests, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Feldman
and other farm buildings recently 0f Sunnydale, Calif. Guests pre
destroyed by fire. Norman Good- sent were. Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Dick,
rich, two year old grandson of the Mr. and Mrs. Dell Ward, Mrs. Lucy
Rays returned with Mr. Ray for a Rodgers, Mrs. Sara McNamer, all
visit. of Heppner and Mr. and Mrs. Mar-
Pfc and Mrs. Charles Lundell re- tin Cotter, Mrs. Clara Kincaid and
turned to Camp Barkley Texas af- Mr. and Mrs. Fred Mankin of lone,
ter spending a 10-day furlough win. Kkyes was a dinner guest at
with Pfc Lundell's p Vents,, Mir. the Mason home Friday evening,
and Mrs. A. W. Lundell. Mrs. Edna Yarnell left Saturday
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Linn moved tY;Pnine' ior her home in Eueene.
to Arlington Friday where Mrs. she has been a guest the past week
Popular Remark Morale is a lot of little things and
has an important bearing-on rings, for no article of jew
elry symbolizes friendship and affection as does the per
sonally selected circlet of lasting precious metal.
See us for that ring to the soldier or sailor far from
home or to the girl he left behind contributing the.mo
rale of all concerned.
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Linn will teach the fifth and sixth
A number of friends gathered at
the Harris home Sunday evening
for a farewell party before Clar
ence reports for service Sept. 14.
The guests presented Clarence with
a fitted leather traveling case.
pt the home of her daughter, Mrs,
The Henry Baker family have
mo.'-d to Heppner for the winter.
Mrs. NoJIa Bristow was given a
surprise handkerchief shower aftrr
fttbekah lodge Thursday night.
Mis. Bristow plans to leave this
Mrs. Joe Howk and children of week for Portland where she will
Trouitdale were lone visitors last begin her studies at Westorn States
week. Mrs. Howk and Lois returned college on Sent. 18.
home Saturday and Allan returned :vi;'S. Echo talmateer and daugh-
later. 'j:r Laui'.l vetu.-ned from a visit
Lewis Padberg returned from to Portland Friday evening.
Portland Sunday. Cpl anl Mrs. Cla- :md M'-;;. Yarn nil and Alton
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Soldiers vs. Civilians
in Tomorrow's World
You hear some talk about how
When the war Is over -there's
going to be bad feeling between
soldiers and civilians; how the
country will be divided into
those who fought in uniform and
those who stayed at home.
Well, maybe you saw that let
ter from a soldier overseas, in
one of our big magazines. It
said that men in uniform aren't
thinking any such thoughts
any more than folks at home are.
The most important thing is,
that we're all engaged in one ti
tanic struggle to preserve our
freedom and our rights-not just
as soldiers or civilians -but as
From whore I sit, thai n'lKzfe
is going to win the war and win
the Peace too. If we can respect
the rights of others -whether it's
their right.to enjoy a glass of
beer, or to vote the way they
please we've got a mighty
sound foundation for our peace
.HERE'S a whale of a difference between a broken;
match and one that isn't.
You know the broken match is out. You may; nt,v
be quite sure about the other.
But this is sure:
If a blazing match lights on an inflammable forest
"floor", you have the start of another forest fire. In,
five years ending in 1939, there was an average of 79,069
forest fires in the United States every year. More than
three-quarters of them were man-caused.
All oj ai PAY fat frvieAi faei
- - - mod 0 m can PREVENT tltem
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