Heppner gazette-times. (Heppner, Or.) 1925-current, October 11, 1945, Page 2, Image 2

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    2 Heppner Gazette Times, October 1 1, 1945
The lone high school football
team played Athena Friday and
won 27 to 20. They attended a game
between Walla Walla and Rich
land that evening
By Mrs. Echo Falmateer
Several service men returned
home last week among them are
V.arA TWWaho (7PO who received, rVr- 9 IV A r-hact v.rivc Vioro
his discharge; Bert Mason Jr. Pho : Qct. 2
Mlc from Maryland on a 15-day ( Lowell clark T5 is reported be.
leave; Ted Palmateer AMM 3c from . DeWm h ital at Auburn
the Central Pcific on a 30-day laeve
and John Ray, who received his
discharge from the army. Mr. and Mrs. MUton Morgan Jr.
Freda Ball of the U. S. Marines 1 made a trip to Portland last week.
is home on 15-day furlough. She Miss Grace Gadeken emergency
has' been stationed in Washington home demonstrator held a meeting
T) C. and is an MP
Maranatha club will meet at the
home of Mrs. Walter Corley instead
of Mrs. Leroy Turner's.
Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Wade and
son Merle of Estacada spent the
week-end at the H. O. Ely home.
Mrs. Wade is an aunt of Mrs. Ely
and W. G. Palmateer. They also
visited their daughter, Mrs. Frank
Halferty who is staying at the Ely
home. Dinner guests Friday eve
' ning of the Elys were Mr. and Mrs.
and Wilbur Wade and Merle, Mrs.
t Halferty, Mr. .and Mrs. Franklin
Ely and son Fayne, Mr. and Mrs.
Berl Akers and sons, Mrs. Echo
Palmateer nd son Ted, Mr. and Mrs.
Wallace Watthews and W. G. Pal
mateer. A stork shower was given in hon
or of Mrs. Walter Corley at the
Congregational church parlor, Oct. 5
with Mrs. Marjorie Baker, Mrs. Ida
Coleman, Mrs. Lewis Halvorsen
and Mrs. Katherine Emert as hos
tesses. Mrs. Corley received many
lovely gifts. Pumpkin pie and cof
fee were served.
Mr. and Mrs. Garland Swanson
and Mrs. Mary Swanson and J. A.
Troedson went to Sumner Wash.,
last week to attend the funeral ser
vices of Mrs. Fred Gustafson.
At a Youth for Christ meeting
Monday night the following from
out of town were present: Rev. and
Mrs. Clayton Beish, Pendleton, Rev.
and Mrs. Gordon Johnson and Mrs.
Davidson, Pendleton, and Rev. Clif
ford Noble, Georgia and Ross Pick
ering, Ralph and Robert Taylor of
Heppner. They will organize Mon
day night.
Mrs.. Ada Cannon sold her car to
Rollo Crawford.
Mrs. Lillie Johnston has been
quite ill.
Paul O'Meara spent a few days
at The Dalles consulting a doctor
at the home of Mrs. Echo Palma
teer with the following ladies pre
sent, Mrs. Ernest Heliker, Mrs.
Charles Tullis, Mrs. Marion Palmer,
Mrs. Lewis Halvorsen, Mrs. Victor
Rietmann, Mrs. Edris Lindstrom,
Mrs. Winona McCabe and Mrs. Pal
mateer. The purpose of the meeting
was to outline a series of meetings
to be held each month in lone. The
first is scheduled for Oct. 23 at the
Congregational church parlor at
1:30 p. m. p. m. Subjest, "Sugar
Arthur Stefani Jr. went to Port
land last week for a physical. Cur
tis Ludwig went with him.
Harold Ludwig spent the week
end with his parents,, Mr. and Mrs.
Wm. Ludwig. He is attending col
lege at Walla Walla.
Plans are being made for the
mid-Columbia association of Con
gregational Christian churches to
hp hpld here Oct. 12. The program
opens at 3:00 p. rri., dinner at 6
o'clock and an address by rtev. n.v
erett C. Blake of Izmir Turkey at
7 p. m.
Those getting deer last week
were Paul Smouse, Freddie Nelson
and Carl Troedson.
Harry Normoyle met his wife at
Sn Francisco where she came on a
ship from Australia. They arrived
here last week.
Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Lundell went
to Portland over the week-end.
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Stone of
Yakima Wash, spent a few days at
the home of Mr. and Mrs. H. 0.
Ely. Mrs. Stone and Mr. Ely are
Those from town attending the
missionary meeting held at the
Leonard Carlson home were: Mrs.
II. N. Waddell, Mrs. Ruby Kincaid,
Mrs. Frank Engleman and Mrs.
; Hie .Lanes tujihuiLuifi x uuwi. ivirs. rraxitv inKicinan
Rev. and Mrs.. R. L. Castleman i Laxton McMurray. They enjoyed a
left Monday for Dayville to attent a
Bible conlerence. The granddau
ghter Janice is staying with Mrs.
Delia Corson.
A mission prayer aid of the Bap
tist church has been orgnized and
will meet every Wednesday.
Topic club met at the home of
'Mrs. Franklin Lindstrom Monday
afternoon with Mrs. Victor Riet
mann, Mrs. Frances Carlson and
Mrs. Agnes Wilcox assistant hos
tesses. "Canada" by Marcham, "The
Unknown Country" and "Dominion
of the North by Creighton were
reviewed. A delicious luncheon was
The H. E. C. of Willows grange
will meet at the hall Oct. 26. Pot
luck dinner will be served at noon.
very interesting program which
.cictofl r,F Qtndv of missions in
India, a vocal duet by Betty and
Helen Faye Baker and instrumen
tal music by Mildred and Louis
Carlson. A potluck luncheon was
Donld Bryson who has just re
ceived his discharge from the U. S.
Marines, is visiting at the home of
his uncle John Brysorf. Donald's
home is in Kansas.
Louis Bergevin went to Pendle
ton Tuesday to bring Mrs. Berge
vin home from the hospital.
Elmer Griffith and Roy Lind
strom purchased the Frank Holub
place in the Morgan district.
Mary Barnett went with Rev. and
Mrs. R. L. Castleman to Dayville.
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Program Slated by
lone Home Ec Club
A program of interest to grange
members and the general public
has been arranged by the home ec
onomics committee of Willows
grange and will be given at 7:45
m. Oct. 20 prior to the regular
meeting of the grange. ,
The opening number will be a
group of western songs by the glee
club of the lone school under di
rection of Miss O'Brien, music in
structor. Other numbers include a
humorous monologue by Mrs. Lewis
Halvorsen; a talk by Miss Grace
Gadeken, emergency home demon
stration agent for Morrow county,
on her plans for home economics
work in the county; singing by
Donald Heliker, master of Willows
grange; a clarinet solo by Kenneth
Lundell, accompnied by his father,
O. L. Lundell.
Speaker of the evening- will be
Ronald C. Smith, deputy master of
the Washington state grange, who
will talk on the - manufacture of
dextrose and other products from
wheat and on the proposed manu
facturing plant for Oregon at The
Dalles. The program will close with
the singing of Old Glory by the
The program will be open to
grange members and the public.
Mr. and Mrs. James Cowins left
Wednesday for Portland to see
their new grandson, James Ellis,
born to Mr. and Mrs. Jack Carter
Sept.. 28. The baby weighed eight
pound, 15 ounces at birth. The mo
ther is the former Rae Cowins.
Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Kennedy of
Stevenson, Wash.,' stopped a few
hours in Heppner Tuesday while
enroute to La Grande to visit Mrs.
Kennedy's parents. Kennedy is a
former resident of Heppner, having
left here 23 years ago to work for
the late J. W. Shipley at Stevenson.
He has been with the Washington
state highway deprtment the past 14
years during which time most of the
Evergreen highway on the north
side of the Columbia has been built.
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Crites of
Newberg, Ore., are the guests of
Mr. and Mrs. Harley Anderson and
are doing some hunting while here..
Guests of Mr. and Mrs. Clive
Huston the past week included Mr
and Mrs. Leonard Barr of Redmond
and Mr .and Mrs. Herman Parker
of Pasco, Wash.
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aiPiece of FOREST LAND
If we can keep control of forces which interfere
jvith natural evolution in the woods, millions of
acres of timber land are capable of doing more
work and contributing more substantially to the
income of tributary communities.
FIRST .... and foremost, this means elimina
tion of FIRE .... principal woodland threat.
SECOND .... it means turning to count and not
pasting fecundity by preserving and protecting seed
sources .... and THIRD .... it means harvesting
jtimber according to the capacity of nature to replace
and grow new trees in a particular area.
One management plans call for the harvesting;
of the inherent wealth in our timber lands for the
future profit and benefit of the people of this
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