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2 Heppner Gazette Times, April 19, 1945
IONE NEWS NOTES
By MBS. OMAR KIETMANN
H. G. Holcomb, superintendent of
lone schools has received a report
on a sample of lone water sent to
the state hygienic laboratory on
March 19th, saying that "the water
conforms with accepted bacteriolo
gical standards of purity for drink
Kenneth Higgenbottom of Pen
dleton met with the lone boys nine
years and over and their parents
at the sohoolhouse Friday after,
noon to organize a Cub Scout
group. Two dens were formed with
Mrs. Ruby Kincaid den mother and
Joel Barnett den chief of one com
posed of the following boys: Roger
Kincaid, Ralph Kincaid, WillaiJ
Waddell, Ronald Baker, Paul Bar
nett and Charles Aldrich. The oth
er den has Mrs. Franklin Lindstron;
as den mother and Stewart Aldrich
as den chief and the following boys:
Roy Lindstrom, Arthur Lindstrom,
Herbert Eckstrom, Lee Palmer,
Herbert Peterson, Rudolph Berg
strom and Richard Rea.. A meeting
was held in the evening at the Ma
sonic hall with potluck dinner for
the Boys Scouts, Cubs' and parents,
and others interested in the group.
The committeemen for the Scouts
for the coming year are: Omar Riet
mann, Ray Barnett, Ralph Aldrich,
E. M. Baker and Martin Bauern
feind. Cub committeemen are
Franklin Lindstrom, Marion Palm
er and Herbert Eckstrom. Roy
Lindstrom is now scoutmaster.
Hickenbottom was called away un
expectedly and Rev. H. N. Waddell
presided during the evening meet
ing. About 65 children and parents
attended the meeting.
Mrs. Lana Padberg had as Sunday
guests Rev. and Mrs. Joe Stevens
and son and Patsy and Janet
Wright all of Hardman and Mrs.
Terrell Benge of Heppner.
Mrs. Harlan McCurdy, -Mrs. Ed
Dick and Mrs. Leonard Gilman and
small son of Heppner were Sunday
dinner guests of Mrs. Ella Davidson.
A severe thunder storm passed
through the lone district Wednes
day of last week causing disruption
to the telephone communication for
over two hours while .42 inch of
rain and snow fell.
Delbert Emert moved a herd of
100 cows and their calves from his
lone ranch to Hermiston last week.
He was assisted by Les Nelson and
Mrs. Victor Rietmann, Mrs. Echo
Palmateer, Mrs. Cleo Drake and
Mrs. Omar Rietmann were dele
gates from lone to the P.-T. A dis
trict meeting in The Dalles April 10.
Mrs. D'-k-r? will give a report on
the mpetins April 25. At this time
election of officers will be held. Of
ficers nominated are Mrs. Victor
Rietmann, president; Miss Helen
Lindsay and Mrs. B. C. Forsylhe,
Mrs. Echo Palmateer and II. N.
Mrs. Dale Ray returned to lone
last Thursday after spending two
weeks with Mr. Ray who recently
underent a major operation in The
Locust Chapter of O. E. S. held a
special meeting Wednesday for in
itiation. lone school will participate in the
speech contest to be held in Lex
ington Friday, April 27.
Word has been received of the
death of Paul Lpvell of Portland,
formerly of lone, on Thursday of
last week with burial at Estacada
Arnica club will meet at the
home of Mrs. Milton Morgan Sat
urday April 21.
Clothing for the clothes drive
THERE MUST BE
A GOOD REASON
There is a reason
for everything and
the fact that we
serve the best
meal in town ac
counts for the ever
larity of this place.
If you are not a patron
now you soon Will b
this month may be left at the lone
postoffice according to the postmis
tress, Mrs. Ruby Roberts.
Mr and Mrs John Bryson spent
several days visiting in Portland
and vicinity They returned Mon
day. Mrs. Huston Bryson returned
with them for a visit in lone.
Arthur Stefani Jr. has been ac
cepted in the Merchant Marines and
is to report for service in Seattle
within two weeks,
visiting at the home of his sister,
Carl Troedson of Los Vegas is
Mrs. Anne Smouse. He came with
Lt. Paul Smouse,
Lt. and Mrs. Paul Smouse arriv
ed in lone Monday evening for a
visit of a few days with relatives
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Sign of Forest Land
going back to
TUMPS arc more than pulpits for
squirrels; they are indicative of two things:
. . a piece or forest land has done a
job ... . it is ready to do another. An old
law of physics says that two bodies can not
occupy the same space at the same time ....
that's true of trees, too.
Most stumps mean that land has been
released as a storage place of slow-growing
mature timber into an active area which
should be sustaining a fast-growing vigorous
There is something wrong with land
which contains only old stumps and no
NEW TREES. It may have been subject
to repeated fire . . . or, it may have been left
without seed sources.
Most industrial timber land is protectee!
.... and managed so that it restocks
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