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HEPPNER GAZETTE TIMES, HEPPNER, OREGON, THURSDAY, JULY 11, 1929.
Independence day was celebrated
very quietly here with picnics. Some
went to other towns, some were
afraid to leave lest on their return
they would find turkeys vanished.
The Kings, Humphreys, Kristen
sens and Hales spent the 4th at the
Dillabough beach. The Prices mo
tored to Walla Walla, Mr. and Mrs.
F. A. Fortier and daughter Norma
drove to Pendleton on Wednesday
and on Thursday drove on to La
Grande and Wallowa. Several
Boardman families attended the
celebration at Arlington, and Mar
vin Ransier and Howard Ellis ex
perienced a real thrill when they
took a ride in an airplane. The
Myers and Mackan families pic
nicked at the I. Skoubo ranch.
Mr. and Mrs. Ray Brown came
over Wednesday evening from Ki
ona, Wash., where they were em
ployed at the F. L. Brown construc
tion camp. Ray has gone out to
work in harvest
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Ackerman
left Friday for Anaconda, Mont,
after two weeks visit at the Jack
Mrs. Dan Ransier had two teeth
extracted Friday at Hermiston
without an anesthetic of any sort
J. R. Johnson and family motored
to Flecks orchard the 4th where
they met relatives from Wasco.
They then drove to the Deschutes
where all had a picnic dinner to
Mrs. Mary E. Cooney and S. M.
Cooney and family were guests
Wednesday evening at the L. C.
Cooney home, then going on to Her
miston where they celebrated the
4th. Mrs. Cooney and S. M. are
mother and brother respectively of
L. C. Cooney.
Lee Mead spent a few days in
The Dalles last week at the hospital
suffering with kidney stones. It
was not necessary to operate and
he returned the last of the week
Mr. and Mrs. Guy Barlow motor
ed to Hot Lake July 3 to see Mrs.
Barlow's mother, Mrs. Elva Perry
who is quite ill there.
Mr. and Mrs. Truman Messenger
and children left Sunday for their
home at Athena after a week's visit
with relatives. Truman, who has
been patrolman on the highway
there for some time, has quit his
We reported in last week's paper
that Glen Hadley had spent the 4th
at Oregon City. All plans were made
to do so and the evening of the
third Stanton was sick so they de
cided not to make the trip but
went to Heppner instead and con
sulted a physician and later went
to the mountains for a picnic. Miss
Margery Elder came home with
them for a short visit
Earl Cramer and son Basil came
home Saturday from a motor trip
Friends are welcoming C. G.
Blayden and wife back after four
months absence in Idaho. They re
turned Saturday having left New
Plymouth on Friday. They were
overnight guests at the Walter
Knauff home near La Grande Fri
day night The Knauffs like their
A number of Boardman people
attended the Pomona Grange on
Saturday at Rhea creek. Going
from here were Mrs. Kunzie, Mrs.
Myers, Mackans, Mi. Faler, Mrs.
H. B. Tyler, Mrs. Brice Dillabough,
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Wicklander, Mr.
and Mrs. Paul Smith and Mr. and
Mrs. Royal Rands.
Mrs. Ed Barlow is here from Ki
ona and will remain during the hot
Rev. and Mrs. W. O. Miller were
calling on the project one day last
week. They visit frequently with
Mrs. Richard Dingmon who is very
Mrs. Ethel Campbell Is here from
California and is visiting at the
Cramer and Hadley homes.
Nels Kristensen suffered a very
painful accident last week when he
fell over a pole while endeavoring
to catch a lamb, striking in such a
manner as to break two of his ribs.
Mr. King took him to Hermiston
to the doctor who taped him up.
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Strobel and
family are in Prineville for a time
where Mr. Strobel is working for
J. C. Eallenger.
Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Fortier en
tertained at a family dinner on Sun
day that was beautiful in its ap
pointments. Present were Mr. and
Mrs. Frank Cramer, Earl Cramer
and son Basil, Mr. and Mrs. Glen
Hadley and Stanton, Mrs. Ethel
Campbell who is visiting here from
California, Miss Margery Elder, a
guest at the Hadley home, Mr. and
Mrs. Fortier and daugnter Norma.
A pleasant picnic party was en
joyed the 4th at Arlington when
Mr. and Mrs. k.a tsarlow, Mr. ana
Mrs. W. H. Mefford, the Roots, the
Bert Richardsons, Russell Mefford
met Mr. and Mrs. Albert Macomber
there. The children of Marvin Root
of Hermiston were also present
Friends of Dr. Sears of Hermiston
are sorry to learn that he is leaving
Hermiston. His place will be taken
by Dr. Christopherson of Portland.
Dr. Sears has made many friends
among his Boardman patients.
Mrs. H. H. Weston was pleased to
have her daughter, Mrs. M. L Mor
gan and family and her sister, Mrs.
Alice Beck drive in from Portland
Saturday night They left Sunday
evening. Bobby Morgan remained
for the month of July with his
The next Aid meeting will be
held at the home of Mrs. D. W.
Miller on Wednesday, July 17.
Everyone is invited. This will be
the missionary meeting.
Lee Mead has painted the house
on his ranch a cream color. With
its pretty lawn and flowers and
background of trees it is one of the
most attractive places on the pro
Mrs. Claude Coats and daughter
Echo are visiting in Portland
H. B. Tyler and family who have
been living on the Grandma Miller
place have moved to the Tom Miller
place. Mr. Hall remained on the
place first mentioned.
Clarence Berger is to have the
position as night operator at Gate
way, Ore., it is reported.
Mrs. Alice Dillon has returned
to Portland after a 10 days visit
with her son, Chas. Dillon, and fam
ily. Nellie went back with her
grandmother for a two weekss visit
She will spend part of the time
with Catherine Berger and also vis
it Helen Boardman at Salem before
Mrs. Chas. Dillon was pleased to
have her brother, James Vibbert,
and his family and cousin, J. A.
Cottongin, and family come on the
4th from Gateway. They had a
most delightful visit It was the
first time Mr. Vibbert had been
Gladys Wilson has gone to Hepp
ner to work for the summer.
The Misses Ethel and Irma Broy-
les were home over the holidays.
Irma returned to Portland on Mon
day and Ethel went to Pendleton.
Alf spent the 4th at home driving
to Arlington in the evening.
POMONA GRANGE NEWS.
Morrow County Pomona grange
met as guests of Rhea Creek grange
on Saturday, July 6, with 250 mem
bers and children present
The morning session was given
over to Bro. W. R. Gekeler, state
deputy organizer, who made an in
teresting talk urging mat plans oe
started at once in preparation for
a special meeting of the state
grange to be held in La Grande in
October. Also, Mr. Gekeler spoke of
the extension work in granges as
planned by the state grange. The
result of this address was the as
signment of different drill plans to
the various subordinate granges ior
the October meeting, and the ap
nnintment of a committee on ex
In the afternoon an excellent pro
gram was presented by the lecturer,
consistine of special musical num
bers, flag drills, oration, reading and
pantomime, besides a talk oi a pa
triotic nature and an address by W.
L. TeuUch, of O S. C.
Mr. Teutsch Bpoke on "The
Grange and Community Program of
Development and citea examples
in which granges In other counties
cooperate with the community in
making practical use of their dem
onstrations. During the business session each
subordinate grange reported growth
in membership, attendance, "peppy"
programs and interest in the Po
mona booth for the fair.
In the evening the fifth degree
was exemplified to a class of 32 by
the Rhea Creek degree team. The
work was made more beautiful by
the impressive new entrance drill
used by the team.
A resolution thanking the Rhea
Creek grange for its hospitality, for
the two sumptuous banquets and de
lightful entertainment was adopted.
Harold Cohn left for Los Angeles
on Saturday where he goes on business.
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