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6 Heppner Gazette Times, March 1, 1945
BOARD MAN NEWS Great imProvements have been
Great improveents have been
Frances Skoubo macje on the recreation hall by the
A party in honor of Harold and committee, Audree Wilson, Mildred
Ernest Tyler was held in the re- Miller, Rozella Meinen assisted by
creation hall Sunday, sponsored by Mr. Dickerhoff since they painted
the student body. Gingerbread and the window cills and the annex in
whipped cream and hot chocolate ivory. Contributions are still being
were served after numerous games made and accepted,
were played. Mrs. Bertha Heald from lone vis-
Evelyn Robinson, former resident ited with her sister, Mrs. Russell
of Boardman is confined in The Miller and family over the week
Dalles hospital with a broken knee. end
Her home is now in Kinzua. Mr. and Mrs. Avent and family
Mr. and Mrs. Van Metre and from Portland have moved to the
family from The Dalles spent Sun- former Smith ranch south of town,
day on the project visiting friends. Ruby Avent has enrolled in the
Mrs. Buster Rands returned home sophomore class.
Saturday after spending several Ernest Tyler is home on leave
months with her husband. Pvt. after completing boot training at
Rands is in the marine corps and Farragut naval training center in
is stationed at San Diego. Idaho. Ernie attended Boardman
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Smith from high school before enlisting in the
Union are visiting friends in Board- navy.
man this week. Albert Partlow Slc writes that he
A birthday dinner in honor of expects to be home on leave before
Harold, Delbert and Ernest Tyler too long.
was held Sunday at the home of Word was received that Elmer
Mrs. Grace Tyler. Those invited Tyler MOMMlc has reported for
were Mr. and Mrs. Roy Ball and overseas duty,
family, Lynn Gillespie, Mr. and Mrs. Word h,as been received that
Charles Roseland and Norma Rose- Gump Jones and Donald Ford met
land. flt sea in the Philippines and were
Mrs. Billings, Mrs. John Partlow, together five hours.
Mrs. W. A. Baker, Doris Wilson and
Susan Partlow were in The Dalles CAMP WETMORE NEWS NOTES
on business Saturday. Br M"- A1 Watkins
Mrs. Ernie Peck and Mrs. Lester Mrs. L. J. Betts and Mrs. Elmer
Uthe from Umatilla motored to Ya- Riffle were called to Toppenish
kima Monday to spend several days Wash, by the death of their father,
with Mrs. Peck's mother who is Charles Weir.
quite ill. Arthur Watkins left Monday for
Mr. and Mrs. Paul DeMauro mo- Portland for medical attention and
tored to The Dalles to shop Thurs- dental work. He was accompanied
day. by Mrs. Charles Miller who wilj
Dagmar Skoubo, senior of Pen- spend a few days with her parents
dleton high school spent the week- at Vancouver, Wash,
end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Guests at the Lee Neth home this
Adolf Skoubo. week are George Durfee, Mrs. How-
Miss Ida Hunting from Silver ard Neth and Mrs. Cummings, sis
Creek Wash, is making an extended ters and brother of Mrs. Lee Neth.
irM at the A. E. McFarland ranch. The visitors are from The Dalles.
Mrs. Elvin Ely has been quite Mrs. Finley Kelly arrived home
ill ai, her home over the weekend. Monday after spending a week with
TJ AAA had a meeting in the her mother in Baker.
s:hool auditorium Monday for the Camp Wetmore visitors to Hepp
1 urpose ox writing up farm plans nef Tuesday were Mrs. L. H. Know
for 194!;. les, Mrs. Buck Cummings and Mrs.
Eler .ric lights have been installed 'Lee Neth.
in th? Catholic church and Mr. Cas- Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Knowles re
sidy has cut down several trees ceived word from their son Donald
that concealed the church. who is stationed in San Diego at
The basketball boys returned the naval training base. Donald
Sunday from John Day after parti- seems to think the life of a sailor
cipating in the league tournament is not to be compared with that of
as second place winner in Morrow a lumber jack,
county. The Boardman boys made a The L. N. Provo family have re
fcood showing tho defeated by Echo ceived word from their son Fred,
with a score of 34 to 41. Eldon Lilly who was wounded in battle He is
was chosen one of the all star play- making a good recovery in the
ers and was awarded a small gold army hospital in England.
Mrs. John L. Durfee and Mrs. W.
W. Durfee were visitors at The Dal
les over the week-end. -
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AAA News . - .
1943 FARM PLANS
The AAA office asks those far
mers who have not signed their
1945 farm plans to come in at their
earliest convenience. If the operator
is to be eligible for '45 conservation
payments, the farm plan must be
signed and on file in the county
office by May 1, 1945.
NEW TRUCK OWNERS
Anyone acquiring a new truck to
do necessary hauling may not sell
convert to any other use than that
or transfer to. any other person or
stated in application, for six months
after purchase, without the written
permission of O. D. T. Violations are
subject to penalties.
CARD OF THANKS
We wish to express our sincere
thanks and appreciation to the
many friends and neighbors who
so kindly helped and assisted us in
so many ways during illness and
death of our dear Mother, and for
the many beautiful floral offerings.
We also wish to thank the singers
and the pall bearers.
1 Dona E. Barnett
Mrs. Trannie B.
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Clark came over
from Hermiston and were in atten
dance at the Elk's "ball last Satur
day night. Ed is a fireman at Ord
Being short of meat points and
needing the rest, we will close
$1.00 per plate
Roy and Betty Lieuallen
N. Schmaltz & Sons
Peters Building, Heppner
Roofing and Siding Contractors and '
For Information Write Box 726, Hepp
ner, or phone 83, Condon, Ore.
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Sea Foods are Healthful
-Eat Them Often
We try to keep shell fish on hand in sea
son. You will enjoy a seafood meal often
' especially with meat points what they
are and may get to be shortly.
You are always welcome at the
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Farmers, for all your needs see us. We can
supply you with what you want. Ours is a
complete line of farming equipment and sup
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