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HEPPNER GAZETTE TIMES, HEPPNER, OREGON, THTjR SPAY, JUNE 27, 1929.
Sunday was Children's day at the
church and an interesting program
was given largely by the children
with songs and recitations. An es
pecially pleasing number was the
duet "In the Garden," by Mrs. Coats
and Mrs. Gillespie, with Mrs. Mar
tha Titus at the piano. The church
was beautiful with flowers.
Mrs. Henrietta Straight and
daughter, Mrs. Chas. Bloomburg.
who is visiting her from Couer d'
Alene. and grand daughter, with
Mr. Philips and Mr. Johnson, all of
Peterson, Wash., stopped Sunday
for a Short time St the Warner's
They were enroute to Arlington for
uio any. jura, straignt lived in
Boardman for a short time several
Chas. Goodwin has gone to Con
The boil that Z. J. Gillespie had
recently proved to be a carbuncle
and a decidedly painful one, and
necessitated a trip to the doctor at
Heppner, who lanced it
R. S. Smith has purchased a new
Kenneth Duggan came home Sat
urday from Corvallis where he had
a most interesting vacation at the
4-H club summer school. Several
other boys from Morrow county at
tended and all had a most delightful
experience. On Friday evening the
Morrow county boys had another
experience when they were given
an opportunity to tell the world
at large of their trip via the radio.
Some of the Boardman people lis
tened in to the program. One of
the boys stated that it was the first
time he had ever talked over the
micraphone, in fact it was the first
time he had even seen a "mike."
Kenneth told of receiving his trip
as a result of the scholarship given
by the Heppner banks for his club
work last year.
Mrs. L. G. Smith entertained
Wednesday at the Ladies Aid. The
missionary topic was in charge of
Mrs. Miller. At the close of the
business meeting delicious refresh
ments were served by the hostess.
About 20 were present There will
be no Sliver Tea in July. The next
missionary meeting will be at the
home of Mrs. D. W. Miller.
Mrs. Fredric Whalley and three
daughters and mother, Mrs. Stern-
wise of Portland, stopped Tuesday
lor a short visit at the F. A. Fortier
home. They were on their way to
Mrs. Martha Titus is with her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Miller,
for the summer.
Mrs. George Gross came home
Friday from the Hermiston hospital.
Mary Nadelle and Shirley Say,
the grand daughters of Mr. and
Mrs. A. W. Porter arrived from
Portland for several weeks visit
Mrs. Neal Bleakney and children
of Echo came down Wednesday for
a short visit with her mbther, Mrs.
H. H. Weston.
C. G. Blayden and son Lauren
were here for a few days last week
coming down from Idaho. Mr. Blay
den has been working at New Ply
mouth, Idaho, and at Vale, Ore.
Falers and R. Wasmer motored to
Lexington last Sunday and visited
at the Harry Schriever home.
Miss Rachel Johnson spent last
week at the parental home, coming
up with Mrs. Alec McDonald and
Mrs. Lynch, who drove on to Pull
Mrs. Lloyd Hollingshead of Wis
consin was here for a short visit
with her sister, Mr3. Geo. Gross,
leaving Sunday for Pendleton. She
wijl be remembered as Esther Imus.
Miss Ona Imus is here with her
sister, Mrs. Gross, for a time. Ona
graduated from the eighth grade
at Spokane this spring.
Miss Esther Winters of Rogue
river arrived Monday forenoon for
a visit at the O. B. Olson home.
E. T. Messenger received word of
the death of his father at King
man, Kans., on June 10. Mr. Mes
senger was back to see his father
two years ago.
Not content to wait until fall, tur
key thieves have started their dep
redations already and one night last
or leave orders at
Phelps Grocery Co.
Home Phone 1102
week took nearly all of Mrs. Dan
Ransier's turkey poults. Two days
later a turkey hen vanished from
the John Graves ranch. It is heart
breaking for a farm woman to labor
and work raising them and then
have some malefactor walk away
Mrs. John Pruter was pleased to
have her sister, Mrs. John Wigzen
and little girl, of Joliet 111., with
her for a visit
Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Price came
Wednesday for a visit with their
son, W. A. Price and family.
Ray Barlow is substituting for
Carl Doring at Messner. Mr. Dor
ing is taking his vacation, and has
gone back to Massachusetts, a trip
he makes each year.
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Wicklander
and Brice Dillabough and family
motored to Salem for the week end.
Sunday and Monday were really
hot the first warm weather we have
experienced so far. On Tuesday the
wind which brings many impreca
tions in the spring was much wel
come because it cooled the atmos
phere. Mrs. Mary E. Hiatt came Satur
day from Freewater for a visit with
her daughter, Mrs. R. Rands. On
Sunday they all motored to Echo
and spent the day at the Al Hiatt
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Barlow motored
over Friday from Kiona, Wash. Mrs.
Root and son Vernon went back
with them for a weeks visit.
W. H. Mefford and Bert Fichard
son motored to Pendleton on Fri
day. Mrs. Mefford spent the day
with Mrs. Richardson.
G. A. Harju went to Centerville,
Wash., on Friday for a few days
Sunday school at 9:45.
Morning prayer and sermon at 11.
"The earth is the Lord's and the
fullness thereof; the world and they
that dwell therein." Ps. 24:1;
The Rev. Joseph S. Ewing of Nys
sa will supply the pulpit of All
Saint's Episcopal church for the
next three Sundays, June 30 and
July 7 and 14. Rev. Ewing is a
native born Oregonian and the first
candidate for the ministry from the
Episcopal church in the missionary
district of eastern Oregon. He grad
uated from the Protestant Episco
pal seminary in Virginia with hon
ors this spring, and was ordained
deacon by Bishop Wm. P. Reming-
F. W. Turner & Co.
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cension church school. Cove, Ore.
Before entering the ministry, Rev.
Ewing was superintendent of
schools at Nyssa. His father was
at one time district superintendent
of the Methodist church in Idaho,
with headquarters at Pocatello.
I am sure that Rev. Ewing will
receive a coidlal welcome in Hepp
ner and that those who attend will
enjoy the sei-vices and the mes
sages that Rev. Ewing has to bring.
Rev. Ewing will motor over from
Pendleton each Sunday morning.
He and his family are staying with
Bishop Remington until they take
up their permanent work with the
Rev. Henry Thomas in Klamath
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