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About Heppner gazette-times. (Heppner, Or.) 1925-current | View Entire Issue (Aug. 22, 1929)
Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Moillanen
nd four children of Hood River
were guests at the Hango and Olson
Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Fortier motor
ed to Condon Saturday and visited
at the Campbell home, returning on
John Hill has gone to the Pruter
ranch to work and Geo. Thindson of
College Place, Wash., is working on
the F. L. Brown place. Jim Prit
chard, a half-brother of John Hill,
has gone to Walla Walla to work
Mr. and Mrs. Al Troedson and
daughter of Morgan were visitors
at the Ward Graves home.
Miss Norma Gibbons was a house
guest at the home of Miss Francis
Spike at Echo for several days this
Alvie Mefford and a friend were
here Sunday from the Yakima val
ley where Alvie has been employed
for some time. Mr. and Mrs. Albert
Macomber and two children of Con
don were also here.
Mrs. Pauline Morrow of Portland
was a guest at the O. B. Olson home
coming up Friday evening for sev
eral days stay.
The Misses Katharine and Mabel
Brown arrived Friday from Ellens
burg where they have been attend
ing normal. Miss Katharine will
assume her duties as 5th and 6th
grade teacher in the local school
the first week in September. Mrs.
Ray Brown who has been cooking
for the harvest crew at Rietmann's
ranch has returned home. Mr.
Brown has gone to the Walla Walla
section to work in harvest
Miss Blanche Imus was a guest
at the home of her sister, Mrs. Geo.
Gross, for a few days this week.
Blanche, a graduate of Boardman
high, completed her work at Cheney
normal in June.
Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Barlow, Mr.
and Mrs. Guy Barlow and baby are
taking a vacation trip to southern
Oregon. They left Friday, driving
down over The Dalles-California
highway. They will stop in Klam
ath Falls and go on to a small town
near Medford to visit Mr. and Mrs.
Jay Cox, then drive to the beach
before returning. Mr. and Mrs. Ed
Barlow and Mrs. Claude Coats are
in charge of the service station and
garage during their absence.
Mrs. Arthur Allen and two chil
dren were up Friday from Arling
ton. Miss Mildred Allen is spend
ing a week with her brother and
family at Arlington.
Mr. and Mrs. Leo Root and son
Vernon are home from an extensive
motor trip to various points of in
terest visiting in southern Oregon
and various places in Washington.
Mr. and Mrs. Glen Hadley and
son motored to Benton City Thurs
day for fruit
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Richards
stopped for a short visit Monday
at the Hereim home. . They were
en route to their home in Stanfleld
after several days visit at Condon.
Mr. and Mrs. Dempsey Boyer of
Monument were overnight guests at
the Hadley home recently.
Friends of Bert Richardson are
glad to learn that tests at the tuber
culosis hospital show absolutely no
trace of the dread disease. Mr.
Richardson was seriously ill for
months and his life was despaired
of but is much better this year than
he has been for a year and a half.
The Gorhams visited Sunday in
Pendleton with the Lloyds.
Helen Chaffee, Mrs. Ray Brown
and daughters Mabel and Kathar
ine, Carl Wicklander and Robert
Berger and Carrol Kennedy formed
a congenial group who motored to
Mt Hood for a few days camping
trip. Mrs. Lowell Spagle assisted
in the store during the absence of
Helen and Carrol.
Royal Rands and family motored
to Hood River Saturday. Mrs.
Rands and Donna Jane remained
for a two weeks visit
Howard Ellis is working on the
section at Irrigon under Mr. Ste
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Wicklander
and Chas. Wicklander came home
from Salem where they attended
the funeral of their father. Mrs.
Brice Dillabough who went down
for the funeral service remained in
Portland to have some dental work
A group of women met at the L.
G. Smith home on Monday after
noon and tied a quilt which is to
be given Mr. and Mrs. Mefford who
lost their home in a disastrous fire
last week. At the close of the af
ternoon Mrs. Smith served a dainty
lunch. Present were Mesdames
Blayden. Gorham, Johnson, Chaffee
Mr. and Mrs. Wylie Pearson and
baby and Elder Dewey Payne and
family were Boardman visitors on
Saturday. They conducted Advent
ist services here and later were din
ner guests at the Ves Attebury
Mrs. W. O. King had the balance
of her upper teeth extracted Friday
Mr. and Mrs. Truman Messenger
and family left Sunday for Athena.
Mrs. Messenger has been here for
some time with her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. J. F. Banlow while her
husband was harvesting.
Kenneth Ransier will long have
reason to remember his tenth birth-
Mr. and Mrs. Max De Weese and
family were here Sunday from Yak
ima and visited at the Root and
day on Friday, August 16, when he
had about 30 of his friends at a
party. Games were played and a
number of the guests went swim
ming in the nearby lateral. Ice
cream, cake and lemonade were en-
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joyed by the guests. The host re
ceived a great many tokens. Mes
dames Skobo, Kunze, Farley and
Mackan assisted Mrs. Ransier.
Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Johnson arriv
ed home Saturday from a pleasant
ten days visit with relatives at
Portland and Wasco. Miss Rachel
who has been attending Behnke
Walker Business college came home
with them, having completed her
Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Suddarth
stopped Monday at the Geo. Gross
home. They were former Irrigon
Mr. and Mrs. John Graves motor
ed to Willow creek on Friday. They
visited Shelby Graves and drove
over to the Wilcox home near Lex
ington and visited the new grand
daughter, Jo Anne, the wee daugh
ter of Mr. and Mrs. John Graves.
The house guests at the George
Gross home have all departed for
their various homes. Mrs. W. H.
Imus, Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Imus, an
aunt and cousins, left Monday for
their home in Seattle. Mrs. Lloyd
Hollingshead, a sister of Mrs. Gross,
has gone to Pullman and Spokane
and will then go on to her home
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Saturday-Monday, August 17-19
in Wisconsin. Miss Blanche Imus,
another sister, has gone to Pendle
ton for a visit with her mother
until her school near Kennewick
Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Marschat ar
rived Saturday night from Idaho
where they spent a few days visit
ing relatives. They are getting
things in readiness for the opening
of school. Both have been attend
ing the summer session of the state
university of California where Mr.
Marschat is working for his mas
ter's degree. Mrs. Marschat took
work in folk dancing, reading,
swimming and social hygiene.
Ralnvilles have gone for a fishing
trip to a lake above Bend.
Although the Meffords are domi
ciled in their garage for the pre
sent as a result of losing their fine
big home by Are their hospitality
was not impaired as was shown
Sunday by the large family gather
ing. A dinner was served cafeteria
style. Present were Mrs. Dave
Johns of Wapato, Wash., a sister of
Mrs. Mefford and all her children
who Included Mrs. Woods and
daughter of Wapato, Mrs. Ralph
Marlatt and daughter of Heppner,
Kenneth Kistler and family and Al
fred Kistler of Heppner, the Mef
ford family including Russell, Alvie
and a friend who came over from
Wapato, Roots, Mr. and Mrs. Ed
Barlow, DeWeeses of Yakima, Ma
combers of Condon and Miss Evelyn
who spent the summer at Condon
with her sister.
The H. E. club met at Mrs. Isom's
for an all-day session and enjoyed
a pot luck supper. Present were
Mesdames H. Markham, S. Lamer-1
oux, A. Lameroux, O. Haskal, F.
Brace, E. Houghton, P. Smith, F.
Frederickson, R. Beneflel, F. Leicht
Miss Nellie Leicht returned from
Portland Friday, Aug. 9.
Irrigon farmers are 'very busy
harvesting their crop of melons, not
quite up to what it was last year.
Truck loads of melons are going out
every day. On August 13 the Irri
gon Cooperative Melon and Potato
Growers association shipped their
first car of melons by rail.
The Columbia! river highway is
very busy. Many tourists stop at
the watermelon stands as they pass
Irrigon, enjoying the ripe melons.
Everybody will be welcomed to
the coming North Morrow County
fair to be held at Irrigon on Sep
tember 6 and 7. The premium lists
are out, and there is promise of
many more exhibits this season
than ever before.
The new superintendent of the
Irrigon school, Mr. Hosington, is
expected to arrive here about two
weeks ahead of opening day, to take
up the training of the Irrigon club
band which goes to Heppner to play
during the Rodeo.
Mr. and Mrs. A. Coryell were
away on a week's fishing trip.
Three parties went huckleberry
ing from here, going to the moun
tains beyond Heppner. They re
turned with lots of berries.
Mrs. J. Badger has returned from
Portland where she went to receive
treatment for her eyes.
Are the only meats we sell. The gratest care
in butchering and handling bring our meats
to you fresh, pure and wholesome.
We pay top market price for
prime beef, veal, mutton, pork.
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