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

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    2 Heppner Gazette Times, July 5, 1945
Jean Gaarsland, Sp (Q) 3c in
the Waves, is spending a 17 -day
leave at the home of her mother,
Mrs. Ida Coleman. She will leave
July 15 to return to Washinton, D.
C. where she is stationed.
Mr. and Mrs. Elray Ellis came
from Portland Thursday evening.
They will remain for the harvest. -
Mr. and Mrs. Cleo Drake and son
Ernest spent several days at Rit
ter Springs returning Thursday.
Mrs. Herbert Ekstrom was hon
ored with a stork shower at the
grange hall Friday afternoon.
Ronald Baker, 12 year old son of
Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Baker, under
went an operation for a ruptured
appendix on Monday of last week
at Dayton, Wash. He is reported
making satisfactory recovery and
was brought home Monday of this
Carl W. Throedson was host at a
dance at his ranch Saturday night.
The occasion was the completion
of his grainbin. Between 300 and
400 attended the affair. Sandwich
es and liquid refreshments were
served by the host. An orchesttra
from Spray furnished the music.
Mrs. Jennie Davis of Gilmore
City, Iowa, is visiting at the home
of Mr. and Mrs. Laxton McMur.
ray. Mrs. Davis has been visiting
her son in San Francisco.
Mrs. Walter Corley returned last
week from Tennessee when her
husband was transferred to anoth
er training camp.
The O. E. S. social club will meet
at the home of Mrs. Elmer Grif
fith on Wednesday, July 11.
Mrs. Lewis Halvorsen underwent
a major operation in The Dalles
hospital Monday morning.
The Valby church of Gooseberry
held its annual Sunday school pic
nic Sunday. About 50 members and
friends enjoyed the potluck dinner
and afternoon at French prairie.
Mrs. Mary . Swanson returned
Friday from Sumner Wash. While
there her sister-in-law, Mrs. Fred
Gustafson of Sumner suffered a
stroke on June 24 but is reported
in fair condition now.
. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Griffith re
turned from Portland last Sunday
Mrs. Joe Hawk and daughter Lois
of Troutdale returned with them
for a visit.
Mr. and Mrs, Paul Hope and
daughters Margaret and Mildred
came for a visit last week. Mr. and
Mrs. Hope returned home this week
but the girls will remain perhaps
all summer with their aunt, Mrs.
Harley Anderson.
Henry Gorger of Pendleton ar
rived Saturday to prepare for har
vest on his ranch. His son Bill will
come later to assist with the work.
Mr. and Mrs. Garland Swanson
and children left Sunday morning
for a visit in Salem.
Miss Mary Jean Bristow spent
the week-end in Baker.
Mrs. Ann Smouse and daughter
Shirlee and Mrs. Kenneth Smouse
and son Kenneth Lynn returned
from a visit in Portland on Sat
urday of last week.
Rev. and Mrs. R. L. Casselman
and granddaughter Janice of the
Sunset valley churih near Nyssa
arrived last week and are living
Forest Restrictions
Put Into Effect for
Summer Season
Supervisor Carl Ewing announc
ed early this week that beginning
on July 1, 1945 the usual forest
fire . prevention precautions will
be required on timbered areas with
in and adjacent to the Umatilla
National forest. These are:
No smoking while traveling thru
forest, brush or grass lands, except
on two-way paved or surfaced
Camp fire permits are required
except at improved and posted
forest camps.
Shovel, axe and bucket are re
quired of persons traveling on the
national forest with a car or pack
horse if camping is intended.
Camp fire permits may be se
cured at Heppner ranger station;
Ellis guard station; Arbuckle look
out station; Tamarack lookout sta-
in the apartment in the Full Gos
pel mission until a house is
available. , '
Mrs. Ida Grabill was called to
Yakima last week by the death
of her ' brother Dan Hale.
Mrs. Billy Eubanks is visiting
her mother, Mrs. Ada Cannon.
Eleanor Gonty, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Edmond Gonty of Hepp
ner, submitted to an appendecto
my at Portland at 11 a. m. Satur
day. The little girl was rushed to
Portland Friday night, the family
leaving here at 11 o'clock.
Hot Springs
Mtn. Resort
Modern Lodge
Mineral Baths
BoGrd and Room
a week and up
per day and up
Good Roads
W"ilc or Telephone
1G Miles East of
A i w
Buy 'cm
By The Box
Regular 10c "G. I." Pecan
bars now 16 for $1 .49
16 Bars
A delicacy ... a rare treat for
the whole family. A smooth,
maple flavored creamy fill
ing smothered with crisp
pecans. Yes, genuine pecans!
Buy 'em by the box, as
many as you want . . . today I
tion and Bull Prairie guard station.
Supervisor Ewing added that
public cooperation in preventing
forest fires has been so encourag
ing during these difficult years,
Umatilla rangers have not found it
necessary to resort to any extraor
dinary restrictions in the use of
the forest by stockmen, fishermen
recreationists. People are usually
the cause of many more disastrous
fires than even lightning. When all
are careful with camp fires, pipes
and cigarette stubs, the forest ser
vice, charged with responsibility
for protecting the forest resources
of timber, forage, water and recre
ation, can redeem this responsibil
ity and at the same time encourage
their maximum use and enjoyment.
To the men whose livings depend
upon harvesting ripe trees or cured
grass or grain this matter of fire
safety is mighty important. It just
amounts to making sure that no
live spark will have a chance to
come in contact with anything that
will burn.
Following the worship service
the congregation repaired to the
dining room in the basement
where a sumptuous potluck dinner
was enjoyed.
Steward Cole left Monday eve
ring for Brooks to spend a few
days at the annual campmeeting of
the Assembly of God. Rev. Clifford
Noble and family and Mrs. G. E.
Nikander left last week for the
same place to help get the camp in
G. E. Nikander will, leave Satur
day night for Carney, N. J. to at
tend a linoleum layers' school. It
is his plan to attend buyers' mar
ket in Chicago to select stock for
the Case Furniture company. He
will be gone two weeks.
Mrs. Elizabeth Goishong, White
Salmon, Wash., accompanied her
sister, Mrs. Agnes Curran to Hepp
ner Friday for an indefinite visit.
Mrs. B. C. Forsythe returned to
her home Monday after spending
the past several weeks with her son
and daughter-in-law, Lt. and Mrs.
Jack Forsythe, in Pampa, Texas.
While in Pampa, Mrs. Forsythe had'
the pleasure of greeting her new
grandson, Lynn, who arrived June
1 Church members and visitors
crowded the Methodist church
Sunday as a token of esteem for
Rev. Bennie Howe who was preach
ing his farewell sermon, or as he
called it his "discontinuation" ser
mon. The Church of Christ dis
missed that minister and congrega
tion attend the neighoring church
and goodly a number of the AH
Saints Episcopal church member
ship was counted in the congrega-
MEAL HOURS: .12 to 2 p. m.
and 6 to 8 p. m.
Our Diners Resemble
J. Spratt and Wife
Remember t h e nursery
rhyme about the couple
who licked the platter
clean? Unusual? No!
Our patrons enjoy doing it
every day.
Elkhorn Restaurant
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