Heppner gazette-times. (Heppner, Or.) 1925-current, April 12, 1945, Page 2, Image 2

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    2 Heppner Gazette Times, April 12, 1945
The senior frolic was held in the
gym Saturday evening with a large
crowd in attendance. The decora
tions were unusually lovely with
a white picket fence surrounding
the gym walls with lattice work of
red carnations. The sky was of dark
blue with stars surrounding the
heavens. Behind the orchestra on
the south west corner was a big
silver moon surrounded with a
darker sky dotted with stars. On
the center south wall was an arch
way with "Senior Class of '45" in
letters with a crepe paper bird bath
beneath. On the northwest wall an
other arch with the junior class
motto," Climb though the path be
rugged," resembling a moonlit gar
den. The senior girls wore red car
nation corsages and the boys white
carnations presented by the junior
class. Ely's orchestra from lone
furnished the music enjoyed by all.
Elaine Fisher who is employed
with the weather bureau in Pen
dleton spent the week-end visiting
friends in Boardman.
Mr. and Mrs. Mike Stoltz of Port
land spent Thursday with Mr. and
Mrs. Earl Briggs.
Mrs Ca.ssie Barklow and Mrs.
Corrie Mulkey and son Harley of
Myrtle Point are visiting their bro
ther and family, Mr. and Mrs. Oan
Ingvard Skoubo motored to Uni
on on business Saturday.
Darrell Marlow is improving from
injuries received Saturday when
the horse which he was riding
stumbled and fell on him, while
riding on the highway.
Mrs. Graham and Evelyn of The
Dalles were here over the week
end, i
Mrs. Rinehart of Union visited
her son Lloyd Rinehart and fam
ily over the week-end.
Word was received that George
Wicklander, former resident of
Boardman has received a medical
discharge from the navy. Mrs.
Wicklander is living in Pendleton.
Zoe Billings, first and second
grade teacher, has rented the Root
apartment vacated by Dewey West
when he moved into the former
residence of Mr. and Mrs. Merritt,
former . operator at Messner.
Daniel Ransier S lc who is sta
tioned at Klamath Falls spent the
week-end with his parents,, Mr.
and Mrs. Dan Ransier Sr. ,
Word was received by Mr and
Mrs. R. S. Wilson that their son Lt.
Ted Wilson has been transferred to
Lincoln Neb. to instruct P-38 pilots.
Art and Bob Stevens of Kinzua
visited friends in Boardman over
Carolyn Baker is recovering from
the injuries received when she ran
her arm through the washing ma
chine wringer last week.
C. W. McDonald, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Wm. McDonald and grandson
William of San Diego have been
visiting the McDonalds and E. A.
McFarlands the past week.
Claude Coats who has been em
ployed with the Tellewell Welding
company in Pendleton spent the
Week-end with his family enroute
to Troutdale where he is now ' em
ployed. Ann Russell niece of Mr. and
Mrs. S. Russell has been visiting
the past week-end.
The Boardfan boys took third
place at the track meen aVEcho Fri
day, following Arlington and Echo
with a score of 26 points. Lilly took
first place in the 100 dash, 200, foot
ball throw and broad jump and
second place in shotput with a
score of 23 points. Albert Ball took
second place in the 110 low hur
dles. Those participating participat
ing were Eldon Lilly, Albert Ball,
Grady Bever, George Long, Mel
vin Carlson, Edward McClellen,
Archie Jones, Hoyt Brown mana
ger and supervisor Ronald Black.
Mr and .Mrs. Nathan Thorpe and
Pauline Smith of Union spent the
week-end visiting friends on the
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Hamilton who
have been visiting the Hamiltons
for the past few weeks left Sunday
for Los Angeles, Calif, where they
plan to make their home..
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Daily Special
Willows Grange Hall
Saturday Evening
Supper Served
Admission 50c, Tax 10c, Total 60c
Everybody Welcome
REMEMBER: The new curfew
ruling prohibits dancjing aftter
12. The hall must be cleared by
that time. Come early and enjoy
yourself until 11:45 p. m.
Bad Gas Milage
Poor Performance?
A complete Motor Tune-Up will do won
ders for yor Car or Truck.
Latest Modern Tune-Up Equipment
18 years experience
All work guaranteed
Station Hours 10 a. m. to 8 p. m.
Monday through Saturday
No charge for checking or estimates
Richfield Service
in Heppner
Phone 1242
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Cars and Trucks
Motor Tune-up . . Auto Electric
Distributors . . Magneto . . Starter
Generator and Voltage Current
Carburetors . . Fuel Pumps . . Brakes
Water Pump and Cooling System
Hydra-matic Drive Transmission
Lubrication Service
Richfield Pennsylvania Oils and Grease
Ethyl and Regular Gas
STATION HOURS 10 a. m. to 8 p. m.
Phone 1242
Richfield Service
in Heppner '
to growth in our woods
i HE RULES for a permanent forest opera
tion, which means a sustained flow of payroll
funds into the community, are relatively simple
. . . . timber land must be so harvested that it
reseeds naturally, it must be protected from fire,
and rate of new growth should be determined as
a key to the number of logs which can be safely
removed in any one year.
The integration of these factors with relation
to a specific operation is called ... a forest
management plan, or just plain good business.
Our production of forest products is calculated
in relation to growth of new wood in our forests
. . . . this will lengthen our operation and keep us
from exhausting our tree capital.
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