Heppner gazette-times. (Heppner, Or.) 1925-current, April 05, 1945, Page 2, Image 2

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    2 Heppner Gazette Times, April 5, 1945
Frances Skoubo
A potluck birthday dinner lor
Pfc Mineth E. McClain of Port- . M Mwar, .
land who is m the medical corps at , , . . A . A . Edward Kunze was held at his
Fort Lawton Wash, spent last week clyde rf wounds on Iw0 home Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Chas.
while on furlough visiting his sis- Jima Qn 5 CJyde enlisted Anderegg and Barbara, Mr. and
ter, Mrs Herert Ekstrom. Marines on Dec. 21, 1943 and Mrs. Tom Gardiner, Mary Deulen
Mrs. Billy Eubanks of Heppner too is training at San Diego and and daughters, Ralph Wasmer, Mr.
spent part of her Easter vacation Camp Pendleton, Calif. He went 'and Mrs. I Skoubo and Frances,
with her mother, Mrs. Ada Cannon, overseas in July 1944. He was Ernabel Peck, Mr. and Mrs. Ray
George Ely received word from assigned to the 5th division. Brown, Bill Harrington, Edward
his son Francis Ely SK3c on Sat- mss Awards came home McClellan and Jerry and Mr. and
urday last week. This is the first Friday from her school at Spokane. Mrs Edward Kunze attended.
Mr Ely had heard from Francis she Mt flgam Sunday night Mr. and Mrs. George Black and
since his ship was reported sunk Mrs Waskburn motored to Wallo-
Francis wrote from an undisclosed , .,,. , , wa snond th woW.ptiH with Mr.
ion came up Dunaay to spena a iew
days visiting at the' home of Mr. Mrs- Crawford Oveson and fa-
and Mrs. W. C. Van Winkle. milv- Mrs- accompanied them
Mrs. Bethel Taylor arrived home to Weston where she visited her
Monday evening from Portland and Parents over the week-end.
Salem. She was accompanied by Easte P31 in which Norma
Mrs. Verle Frederickson and Mrs. Roseland and Lorna Shannon were
Florence Ely. hostesses was held at their homes
Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Breeding and Sunday. Those invited were Bever-
family spent Easter Sunday with lv. Garry and Pat Pettys, Jerry
.reck, .Norma Falconer, Beverly
Ham and brother, Sheron and Lar-
CARD OF THANKS ry Watts, Shirley Earwood, Delbert
We wish to express our sincere Tyler, Connie Lou and Caroline
gratitude to our manv friends for Lee Baker.
gon to attend a Congregational the 'kindnesses and sympathy ex- Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Allen and
church conference. Richard Wad- tended to us in our recent sorrow. Gene who have been living in Ta
dell returned to his school at San Mr and Mrs A M Edwards and coma, Wash, are moving back into
Francisco on Saturday after a family. their home in town soon. Art has
. week's visit with his parents. . resigned his position with the rail-
The Cooperative church held VISIT IN WASHINGTON road and intends to g0 mto bfie
several meetings during the last Mr. and Mrs. Fred Wehmeyer re- business it is said,
week. Special Easter communion turned the first of the week from jj. and jrs jjm Bistrap and
services were held Wednesday at points in northern Washington Darlene 0f Spokane were in Board
the Christian church by Rev. Wad- where they visited relatives and man Q transact some business on
dell. On Friday Rev. DeBoer con- friends for three weeks. Winthrop, ferm gunday K is gaid
ducted Good Friday services. On Twist and Okanogan were places Continued on Page Six
Easter Sunday Miss DeBoer con-
location. He urged all who could to
donate blood to the Red Cross as it
is so badly needed in all the war
The O. E. S. social club raised
over $78 from their food, fancy
work and apron sale last Saturday
at Bert Mason's store.
Mrs. Garland Swanson left last
inuiDuajr iu aiiu me i-uia ti nut. relatives t S ra
idays with relatives in Portland and '
Rev. and Mrs. H. N. Waddell left
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ducted sunrise service on the Butte
south of town after which break
fast was served at the E. M. Baker
ranch. The union Sunday school
presented an Easter program at
10:00 a. m. During morning wor
ship hour the choir under the direc
tion of H. G. Holcomb sang "Hail
Mighty Victor" and "Hallelujah,
Christ is Risen". In the evening the
young people presented a pageant,
"The Challenge of the Cross" with
singing by the choir. .
The Dramatic club of the lone
high school presented a play, "Tem
pest and Sunshine" last Thursday
night with the following cast: Josh
ua Mrddleton, Alton Yarnell; Nan
cy Middleton, Betty Ball; Julia
Middleton, Dorothy Bergstrom; Fan
nie Middleton, Marilyn Holcomb;
Dick Wilmot, Gene Rietmann; Ida
Carrington, Eunice Peterson; Dr.
George Lacey, Billy Joe Rietmann;
Kate Wilmot, Shirlee Smouse; Su
san Middleton, Barbara Smith;
Uncle Luce, Arthur Bergstrom;
Aunt Judy, Aloha Painter; Ambro
sia, Darlene Biddle. Miss Jane
Huston directed the. play.
Mrs. H. N. Waddell received word
Wednesday evening of the death
of her sister, Mrs. B. F. Berryman
of International Falls Minnesota.
Members of the Full Gosple
Mission held a dinner at the church
Miss Doris Palmateer of Port
land spent Easter with her mother,
Mrs. Echo Palmateer.
Misses June Griffith, Wilma Do
byns and Melba Crawford who are
attending Oregon State college were
at their respective homes for the
Easter vacation.
The Rebekah lodge sponsored a
demonstration of meat cookery by
Mrs. Cecilia VanWinkle at the Con
gregational church Tuesday,
This office enjoyed 'a pleasant call
from Bruce Dennis who was in the
county Friday on business in con
nection with properties he is inter
ested in. He stated that he had sold
his Boardman ranch to parties who
contemplate engaging in potato
raising on an extensive scale. Here
tofore hay has been the principal
crop on the place but Mr. Dennis
says it is more suitable to row crop
farming. He is satisfied that grain
is as well along in Morrow county
as in other counties visited recent,
ly and looks for a good yield this
year. Although not engaged in the
newspaper business for a number
of years, the smell of printer's ink
lures him into shops here and there
on his travels over territory seved
by the Safeway stores.
Remember the O. E. S. show Tues
day night at Star Theater.
i I No....
the question isn't silly.
Trees really do lay millions of eggs which have an important
economic bearing on the future of the United States.
A mature tree may create and distribute over the land anywhere
from a few thousand to half a million seeds in a single year. If given
an opportunity to develop, these seeds can produce almost anything
.... a new house .... a newspaper .... motor fuel .... or a
synthetic tire .... for wood is today one of the most versatile
servants of science. ' .
Since the variety of things which can be made from wood is
increasing so rapidly, it is our job to see that the trees in our woods
have an opportunity to "lay their eggs" and that they hatch into
mature trees for tomorrow.
We are on' the job.
1 i
Kinzua Pine Mills