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HEPPNER GAZETTE TIMES, HEPPNER, OREGON, THURSDAY, FEB. 10, 1927.
In a recent issue of this paper
there was a report of the meeting o:
Pomona Grange at Irrigon. This ar
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splendid address delivered by District
Attorney iNoiaon, on cooperation.
Just how this oversight occurred, we
are unable to say at this time, but
those responsible for sending in the
report, and ourselves as well, feel that
mis correction is Que jnr. ixotson.
John T. Kirk and his son-in-law, J.
H, Bush of Vernonia, Ore., returned
on Tuesday from a visit of several
days at Payette, Idaho. Mr. Bush de
parted on Wednesday for his home.
While at Payette, Mr. Kirk, with an
other son-in-law, Clint Sharp, bought
out a business there, and Mr. Kirk
returned home to help get things
ready for moving to the Idaho city,
With his family, he expects to leave
Heppner the end of the week.
Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Phelps and Miss
Elizabeth Phelps returned on Monday
morning from a short visit to Van
couver, Wash. They were joined fcy
Marshall Phelps of Bend, and the oc
casion of the visit to Vancouver was
the 88th birthday of Rev. Stephen
Phelps, father of A. M., whom they
found enjoying good health and in
the best of spirits. Mrs. Phelps and
Mibs Elizabeth spent one day in Port
land, going to the city Friday night.
W. F. Palmateer and Ottp Lind
strom were Morgan people in the city
on Saturday, looking after business
affairs. These gentlemen are well
pleased with the present prospects
for a bumper crop throughout that
part of Morrow county. They are
favored with more moisture than for
many years past and the weather con
ditions so far have been ideal for fall
Ferguson Chevrolet company dis
posed of several cars during the past
week, Gay M. Anderson taking a Pon
tiac coach; Mrs. M. L. Curran a Chev
rolet landau sedan; Carrol Kennedy
of Boardman a Chevrolet coupe; Ben
Cox of Heppner a Chevrolet coach.
The company is looking for a ship
ment of both Chevroleta and Pontiacs
to be in shortly.
LOST During past summer, one
iron gray mule, weight about 1200
and one iron gray mare mule, weight
1100, each bearing brand E on right
shoulder and coming six years old.
Will pay reward of $10.00 apiece for
recovery of said animals. WEBB
BROS, Walla Walla, Wash. 44-7.
Karl Beach of Lexington, recently
badly burned about the face by an
explosion of gasoline, is reported by
his physician, Dr. McMurdo, as doing
well. It has developed that the burns
were not as serious as was at first
feared, and Mr. Beach will suffer only
slight disfiguration as a consequence.
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Burchell were Lex
ington folks in the city on Tuesday.
They report quite a number of cases
of sickness there yet, but school was
resumed on Monday as usual. Mrs.
Burchell, who suffered a broken leg
late in the fall, is now able to be
about with the use of a crutch.
A letUr from Dean T. Goodman re
ceived yesterday, states that he has
been able to leave the hospital and is
now at the home of his parents in
Portland. It will be necessary, how
ever, for him to remain in bed for a
week or ten days longer, according to
the orders of his physicians.
Emanuel Nordyke, patient at Hepp
ner Surgical hospital for the past sev
eral weeks, is slowly winning out in
his battle to ovrecome the effects of
his very serious burns, and we are
glad to be able to state at this time
that he is making satisfactory prog
ress toward complete recovery.
Mrs, Frank Rasmus, who has been
a patient for the past several weeks
at Hot Lake sanatorium, was able to
reurn home Sunday, quite well recov
ered from the serious operation she
underwent. Mr. Rasmus went to Hot
Lake and accompanied his wife home.
Gunnar Lindhe, who farms in the
Alpine neighborhood, was doing busi
ness in the city on Saturday. He
declares that prospects for a bumper
wheat crop wera. never better out his
Mrs. J. V. Cowdrey has opened the
"White Restaurant" in the room on
the corner recently vacated by Earl
Gordon, which has been neatly fitted
up for the business.
Experienced lady cook, unincum
bered, wants position on ranch or in
camp, after Feb. 15. Capable of full
charge, C. F. D., Box 864, Heppner.
County Agent Morse returned home
on Saturday, having spent some two
weeks at Corvallis and Portland, at
tending the conference of the county
agents of the state.
W. O. Hill, cashier of Lexington
State bank, in amnno fhnafl nf Tyinv-
ton who have been quite ill the past
ten days, suffering an attack of influ
Mrs. Katharine French of Portland,
sister of the late M. S. Maxwell, is
spending some time in this county
looking after the affairs of her brother.
C. L. Lieuallen, traffic sergeant, was
here from Pendleton the first of tho
week attending to matters of business
pertaining to his office.
Hard Federation wheat for sale;
some at Heppner, some at Jordan
Siding. Ernest Moyer, Heppner. 48
Thrice &n Sundays
Jimmie Jeffries, Jr., 11 year old
son of Rev. Jeffries, Baptist pastor
of Lnmnr, Mo., studies ten verses
of the Bible daily and the doctrine
ha expounds is bo inspired he some
times is called on to preach three
lermons on a Sundtk Hi speaks
A birthday surprise party was giv.
en for Bill Ayers Friday. An enjoy.
able evening was spent playing cards.
Mi ss Grace Miller has gone to work
for Oren Wright on Rhea creek.
Hubert McDonald was a visitor in
Hardtnan Saturday and Sunday.
A dance will be given' by the I. O.
O. F. lodge Saturday, Feb. 12. Every
body is cordially invited.
Marion baling was a visitor in
Owing to the flu'' several of the
hardman High school students are
absent at the present time.
Mr. and Mrs. C. G. Saling, Mrs.
Corda Saling and Nute Mutteson
spent Saturday in Heppner visiting
Rev, Bowers conducted services in
Hardman Sunday afternoon.
Dale and Percy Bleakman were
week-end visitors in Haidman.
Mr. and Mrs. P. L. Howell were vis
itors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. W.
McCarty Sunday and Mondoyi
Mr. and Mrs. Blaine Chapel were
visitors in Hardman Saturday.
The P. T. A. is sponsoring a party
to be given Friday evening at the
high school building for its members
and their families.
Mr. and Mrs. George Hayden were
in town Saturday.
Forrest McCarty had the misfor
tune of being struck by a snowball
n the right eye. Although the in
jury was quite severe, he is improv-
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Greener were
visitors in Hardman February 6th.
Mr. Bechdolt was in town Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. O. E. Johnson were
visitors in Hardman Monday.
Nels and Wilbur Knighten returned
home several dBys ago from Oregon
Gosh, I'm Happy
Former Presidents' Wives Exploring Go
The spirit of adventure has called to two wives of former pres.
ldents and both are sailing the seas to meet in South America
there to trip together. On the left Mrs. Theodore Roosevelt, widow
of "Teddy" and, right, Mrs. T. J. PrestorJ, widow of Grover Cleveland.
Jimmy Brannon, who was recover
ing from an attack of flu, recently
took a backset.
Ralph Craber was a visitor in Hard-
W. F. Palmateer and H. O. Ely
butchered on Tuesday.
Gladys Medlock and Deloroui Crow-
1 spent Thursday night in lone.
Miss Delorous Crowell spent Sun
day at Cecil.
Martin Bauernfiend, Otto Lindstrom
and W. F. Palmateer were doing bus
iness in Heppner Saturday.
John Harbke of Portland spent
Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Har
desty. Eudora Hardesty spent the week
end in lone.
Miss Mildred Morgan of Broadacres
was the week-end guest of Edith Ely.
Miss Martha Wilson spent the week
Tris Speaker, great American
League outfielder, will romp in cen
ter for Bucky Harris's Washington
Senators this summer. Cleared
with Ty Cobb, he accepted the cap
ital city bid as best.
Brought from far off lands, right to
your table with all their sun-ripened,
nature flavored goodness. You can
depend upon our canned fruits, veg
etables and delcacies to be the very
best. We recommend them! Or
der some today. Prices reasonable.
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end in and around Morgan.
Mr. Abel m a basintsi caller in
Miss Viola Parker was the dinner
guest of Mr. and Mrs. Bauernfind on
Mr. Hutchcroft was hauling wood
Rosa Perry has been busy the past
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph McCormick
were in lone the latter part of the
FORMER RESIDENT PASSES.
Daniel W. Horner, who was for
many years a resident of Heppner be
fore going to Portland some twelve
years ago, died at his home at Lents
at the age of 75 years. His funeral
was held on Saturday at the Mt. Scott
Funeral Home and burial was in Lin
coln Memorial Park under the auspi
ces of Palestine and Lents Lodges,
A. F. & A. M. He is survived by the
following children: Mrs. Margaret
Reed of Molalla, Or.; John W., Chas.
T. and Miss Nellie Horner and Mrs.
Myrtle Mayes, all of Portland! Mrs.
Louette Bell Parsons of Fort St.
Johns, Can. Mr. Homer was engaged
in the harness and saddlery business
in Heppner for many years.
C. W. McNAMER, Proprietor
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Gardening-A Good Game
GARDENING is a family sport Every member of the household can be interested in it
While affording instructive recreation it also pays you a wonderful profit in the form of fresh
vegetables all summer and fall even for winter if you will cold pack varieties, such as Corn,
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A small garden is very much worth while. A space 20x25
feet will well repay you if used for beans, radishes, beets,
lettuce, carrots, spinach, etc. the quick growers. A larger
area permits growing sweet corn, pecs, melons, tomatoes, and
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To utililize your land to best advantage, plan your garden
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