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HEPPNER GAZETTE TIMES, HEPPNER, OREGON, THURSDAY, JULY 21, 1927.
Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Lind, of Long I
Beach. Calif., RC..cr"Pnied by their
daughter and grandchild, were guests
over Monday afternoon and night at
the home of Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Case
in this city. The Linda are touring
the northwest and are now on their
way home, leaving Tuesday forenoon
for The Dalles. Mrs. Lind and Mrs.
Case are cousins, and Mr. Lind is an
oldtime resident of the state of Wash
ington, having farmed for many years
in what is known as the Rattlesnake
Flat country west of Colfax before
retiring and going to southern Cali
fornia. D. E. Stephess, superintendent of
the Experiment Farm, returned Tues
day from a visit of inspection to the
grain nurseries conducted by the sta
tion at Lexington, Heppner and Pen
dleton. Grain nursery meetings with
farmers of the sections visited were
held at the three places; at Heppner
on Saturday, at Lexington on Sunday
and at Pendleton on Monday. Mr.
Stephens reports that crop prospects
and the grain fields are the best he
has seen in that section for a long
time. Moro Observer.
The death of Win. Ayers, who was
janitor at the court house for so
many years, will leave that position
open, as well as the office of ju.uice
rf the peace in this district, to which
he was elected at the last general
election. It is' understood that there
are several applications going in to
the county court for each place, and
when that body meets next month
they will have to settle who is to get
the appointments. For the present,
Charles O. Ayers is filling the place
Donald Duvall, wife and little
daughter, arrived Monday at the Har
ry Duvall farm and will make a visit
there. He is a brother of Harry's and
motored to Oregon from their home
at St. Joseph, Mo., having arrived a
week or so ago, during which time
they have been visiting with rela
tives at Hermiston and other points.
Mr. and Mrs. Ti J. Kellcy and little
daughter are guests at the Eight
Mile home of Mrs. Kelley's parents,
Mr. and Mrs. George Burnside. They
motored from Flint, Michigan, arriv
ing here the end of the week. Mr.
Kellcy has been in the employ of the
Chevrolet Motor works there as night
Two cars of men arrived here the
first of the week from Nebraska to
peek work during the harvest season.
It is also reported that quite a num
ber from the Mississippi flood dis
trict are also in the county and are
finding places to work in the various
Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Ayers drove up
from Portland on Friday and have
been spending the week here. They
were accompanied by Mrs. George
Fell who has been enjoying the time
visiting with former Heppner friends.
Mr. and Mrs. Noah Clark were visit
ors in town on Monday from their
Eight Mile farm. Mr. Clark stated
that all was in readiness at his place
to begin the wheat harvest, the com
bine starting up this week.
Dr. and Mrs. N. E. Winnard and
their daughter, Miss Charlotte, ar
rived from Eugene on Saturday and
have been spending the week at
Heppner, enjoying a visit with their
many old time friends.
Mr. and Mrs. Guy Cason and chil
dren are spending a few days with H.
C. Wood and family, before leaving
for Portland, where Mrs. Cnson ex
pects to take a course in beauty par
lor work. Iune Independent.
Miss Gladys Bengo departed Sun
day night for Seattle where she will
spent some six weeks attending sum
mer school at the University of
Fred Lucas was in the city Monday
from Lexington. He was getting all
ready to begin his harvest on Tues
day. To trade for sheep, 20 acres well
improved, 5 blocks from Ontario, Ore.,
citv limits. JOHN BltOSNAN. 17-20
Walter Stuart and wife and their
son and daughter arrived from Al
bany Tuesday afternoon for a short
visit at the home of Mr. and Mrs. E.
R. Huston. Mr. Stuart is a brother
of Mrs. Huston, and with Mrs. Stuart
left on Wednesday for La Grande
where they will attend the Legion
convention, the children remaining
here to await their parents' return.
They expect to visit another sister
of Mr. Stuart at Baker immediately
following the close of the convention.
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Wells were
clled home from their vacation on
Saturday, Mr. Wells having to look
after business matters. They will
likely spend the remaining part of the
vacation season in the home county.
They were at Wallowa lake where
they found conditions ideal. They
also met several former Morrow
county folks, among them the Karl
Farnsworths at Enterprise and the 0.
G. Crawfords at Joseph.
Echo correspondent, East Oregon
ian: Bernice Sepanek, daughter of
M. Sepanek of Sand Hollow was taken
to St. Anthony's hospital at Pendle
ton yesterday, suffering from a severe
cut hand. The injury was received
while assisting with a combine which
was operating on the Sepanek place.
I tis reported that it will be neces
sary probably to amputate some of
Mr. and Mrs. P. M. Gemmell de
parted Wednesday morning for La
Grande to attend the Legion conven
tion as delegates from the looc' post
and Auxiliary. Mrs. Gemmell is sec
retary of the unit at Heppner and
Mr. Gemmell is adjutant of the local
post. Tut-y contemplated remaining
for the entire session of the conven
tion, as well as taking a trip into
Idaho Lnoie returning home.
George Thomson is now back at his
place in the store of Thomson Bros.,
after an enforced vacatino of about
two months, during which time he
was recovernig from an illness that
kept him confined some of the time
in the hospital and the rest of the
time at home. Mr. Thomson is fully
restored to health and is glad that he
can be at work again.
Mr. and Mrs. Spencer Crawford and
Mrs. Walter Moore departed Wednes
day afternoon for La Grande where
they will attend the Legion conven
tion. Mr. Crawford is commander of
the local post of the Legion and Mrs.
Moore is president of the Auxiliary.
They are expected to return nome on
Monday after a trip to Wallowa Lake
Herman Keilson of Rood canyon
spent Tuesday in the city. He reports
the crop prospects for his part of the
county as fine, and summerfallow
ground is in excellent condition with
plenty of moisture content, which will
come in handy at seeding time this
fall. Harvest will be on in that sec
tion about the first of August.
Tom West, representing the Phoen
ix Mutual Life Insurance Co., spent
several days in Heppner from his
home in Portland. Mr. West came in
on Thursday last and remained over
until Monday, combining pleasure
with business, as he enjoyed the time
visiting with friends.
Sheriff McDuffee and daughter Lu
cille drove over from Hot Lake on
Friday, Mr. McDuffee feeling suffi
ciently recovered to be able to return
home. Coming along wiht them was
Wm. Ayers, who had been at Hot
Lake for medical treatment.
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Geo. Burnside, Eight Mile, Ore. 18.
Red Raspberries, S2.75, Logans, $2.
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W. E. Mikcsell returned home the
end of the week from a visit to Hot
Lake where he underwent treatment
for a short time. Mr. Mikesell was
.suffering from hip trouble and after
taking hot baths at the sanatorium
he gained in weight and strength and
is relieved of the pain he suffered,
coming home much improved in
Harlan Devin, Terrel Benge and
Maurice Edmundson arrived home
Sunday morning from Vancouver,
Wash., where they spent some six
weeks at the Citizen's Military Train
ing camp. They enjoyed their vaca
tion verv much.
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Jared Aiken is in the city for a
visit with Mrs. Aiken, coming up from
Portland where he is district sales
manager for a leading insurance company.
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