Heppner gazette-times. (Heppner, Or.) 1925-current, March 14, 1946, Page 2, Image 2

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    2 Heppner Gazette Times, March 1946
By Maxine Ely
A banquet was served in the ca
feteria Saturday night in honor of
the returned veterans and their
families. Robert Berger of The Dal.
les acted as toastmaster. The pro
gram consisted of prayer by Rev.
Donald Peterson, -welcome address
by George Corwin of Heppner, ac
cordion solo by La Verne Berger,
piano duet by Maxine Ely and
Shirley Peck, song by glee club,
reading by Crystal Barlow, address
by Ralph Skoubo and roll call of
all the boys who entered service
from Boardman by Chloe Barlow
and Ed McClellan who were: Day
ton Allen, Gene Asher, Edwin Ball,
Allan Billings, Arthur Boulson,
Gene Carpenter, Allen Chaffee,
Bud Chaffee, Basil Cramer, Aral
Conyers, Russell DeMauro, Warren
Dillon, Albert Duelin. Robert Gar-
vison, " Jack Getz, George Gwinn,
Ray Gronquist, Norman Gregg,
Philip Hite, Graten Hoffman, And
rew, Kavisto, Ernest Knopp, Frank
Kunze, Eldon Lilly, Edward Mc
Clellan, Russell Millimake, Ross
Miles, Frank Miles Jr., Robert
Miles, (the only one of the boys
from Boardman lost in action,) Ro
bert McLean, Joe Moylan, Charles
Marshall, Glen Mallory, Gilbert Pet
tys, Donald Potts, Albert Partlow,
John Partlow, Vernon Partlow,
Stanley Partlow, Charles Ravert,
Buster Rands, Raniel Ransier, Ken
Dors Seale, Buck Seale, Jay Scott,
neth Ransier, Marvin Ransier, Ar.
thur Robinson, William Robinson,
Harry Stollnow, Delman Storment,
Carl Storment, Edward Skoubo,
Ralph Skoubo. Charles Smith, Ro
bert Smith Lawrence Smith, Nick
Taylor, Lyle Tannehill, Donald Tan
Harold Tyler Alfred Turner, Morris
nehill, Ernest Tyler, Elmer Tyler,
Trabaugh, E. S. Westland, Theodore
Wilson, Mike Healy, Elmer Sullivan,
Donald Downey, Leonard Robert
son, Dalles Wilson, Dale and Ver
non Russell. Those at the head of
the varous committees were: Clyde
Tannehill chairman of the commit
tee, Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Allen, Mrs.
Ronald Black. Mrs. Nate Macomber,,
Mrs.- Lehman, Crystal Barlow, Mrs.
A. C. Bechdolt, Mr. Ravert, Mr.
munity helped make the affair a
Linn. Joe Moylan. The entire corn
success. The GAA under direc
tion of Mrs. Bechdolt served in the
main rooms. Mrs. Hank Zivney and
her 4-H girls took care of the chil
dren in the typing room.
The grade school . presented their
play Friday night. Characters were
portrayed by Nancy Rands, Marion
Pearson, Virginia Roach, Peter Ca
sidy, Shirley Peck, Mary Ann Rands,
Kent Linn, Keith Tannehill. Anna
Lou Beaver, Delbert Taylor, Ora
Ely.Gracie Veelle, Betty Carlson,
Allen Ely, Larry Carpenter, Donald
Gilispie, Micky Casidy. Stage man
ager, Delores Zixney, curtain pull-i
er, Max Fussell, director Mrs. Max
ine Scott and prompters, Mrs. Scott
and Mrs. Bechdolt. The boy and girl
who sold the most tickets in grade
school were Kent Linn and Elea
nor Earwood.
Bobby Rodgers motored to Port
land to visit Sunday.
Esther Knight and children of
Sunnyside Wash were visitors at
the Charlie Nickerson home over
the week-end.
Mrs. Charlie Nickerson celebrat
ed her birthday Saturday. Guests
were Mr. and Mrs. J. "G. Beddes
from Idaho, Mrs. Ethel Nethercott
and son of Jacksonville, Wyo. Mrs.
Nickerson will accompany her to
Idaho Monday.
Miss Ernabel Peck returned
Thursday after spending a week in
Eugene with Frances Skoubo who is
a student at the University of Ore
gon. Chuck Arderegg and Tom Gard
ner motored to Portland to get seed
potatoes last week.
Ladies Aid met in the church
basement last Wednesday and a
large crowd attended.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Roach motor
ed to Pendleton Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Ely visited at
the Elvin Ely home Wednesday.
Mr. and Mrs. Wickers and family
spent Sunday at the Russell Miller
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