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Heppner Gozette Times, Heppner, Oregon, August 5, 1943-3
Kinzua Wins Close
Game From Condon
As Season Closes
By Elsa M. Leathers
Kinzua and Condon played ball
here Sunday, the last game of the
season to be played on this dia
mond. Kinzua fans were quite
proud of the fact they got five
runs in the first, and maintain
ed the lead throughout the game.
Green pitched a good game,
walking one man, while Condon's
first pitcher had bad luck and
was replaced by Gubser. Perk
Jellick caught for Kinzua and
It was the second game he had
caught, and he was a real help
to his team There was not a
large crowd, but everyone seem
ed pleased as It was a good clean
game and no arguments. Score
10 to 11.
The home of Mr. and Mrs. Mar
vin Jackson was partially de-
stroyed by fire and water dam
age Saturday afternoon. The fire
had got a good start when dis
covered by Ralph Moore, who
lives next door. He rushed for
the water hose close by. A por
tion of the roof and practically
all the back porch were burned.
Kinzua had two fires over the
week end, Saturday and Sunday.
About 10:30 pm. Sunday evening
the fire whistle blew two differ
ent times. The engine that Thad
Turner was steaming up for ear
ly Monday morning run, caught
fire. The engine was in the round
house and the oil caught fire.
Mr. Turner received minor burns
when he drove the blazing engine
out of the building, thus leaving
small damage to the building.
The fire was brought under con
trol soon and it is believed there
is very little damage done.
Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Ostrander
and family returned to Kinzua
after a week's vacation at the
Mrs. Charley Waters returned
to work after spending several
days in Portland with her hus
band who has been in a hospital
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there receiving treatment for a
Mr. and Mrs. Homer Davis and
Kinard McDaniel motored to
Heppner Wednesday evening
where Mr. and Mrs. Davis were
attending to business with the
Mrs. Marvin Mines and Ginger,
Mrs. Harlan Adams and Shirlee
and Mrs. Jack Sitton were in Con
don Saturday where the girls
were visiting the dentist.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Carey and
small child left Monday for their
home in Priest River Idaho. Mr.
Carey is a war veteran and has
been having trouble with an in
jured shoulder received during
the war. He expects to enter a
veterans hospital at Spokane.
Miss June Owens is spending
a part of her vacation with her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Owens
and other relatives. Miss Owens
is a nurse in The Dalles hospiatl.
Mrs. Lester Halverson motored
to Maupin where she met her
sister, Mrs. Dorothy Sherritt, of
Portland. She had brought Ar
thur, Mrs. Halverson's son. They
returned to Kinzua Saturday eve
ning. Jean Owens returned to Kin
zua from Douglas City, Cal.,
where she had been visiting since
school was out. She will stay
with her aunt, Nancy Jobe, until
school opens. .
Dorothy Hoover is spending the
week end here from Portland, vis
iting her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Steve Harrison visited at his
uncle's, Mr. and Mrs. Zepple Har
rison's ranch near Top, and with
his brother, Roland, over the week
Mrs. Glen Hadley returned
home from Portland and since
Mr. Hadley is working temporar
ily at Kinzua, they are staying
at their Fossil home.
Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Dyer and
small daughter Kay moved their
household furniture to their new
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Rnarriman residents, have been
sweltering in the heat for the
past few days with the tempera
ture ranging between ! ana iuu
degrees. The potato workers have
been getting to the fields as early
as 5 a.m. to get the benefit of
the fresh morning air.
Mrs. Arwilda Jefferson and
three grandchildren of Portland
were guests of her cousin, Lee
Pearson and family, Saturday.
Wanda and Wilma Hug, daugh
ters of Mr. and Mrs. Arnln Hug,
left Sunday evening for a week's
vacation in Hood River with the
Tom O'Brian family.
Sharon Fussell, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs LeRoy Fussell, left last
week for a ten day vacation with
Barbara Jackson of Weiser, Idaho.
Barbara is the daughter of Mrs.
Marshall Jackson, who was a
teacher in the Boardman school
Mr. and Mrs. Leo Potts and
daughters left Monday for Cody,
Wyo., for a couple weeks' vaca
tion and to Join members of the
family for a reunion Among those
to be present is Potts' mother,
Mrs. Ada Potts of Arizona, and
a former resident of Boardman.
Going with the Pott's was his
aunt and his mother's sister, Mrs.
Lula Potts of The Dalles.
Willard Baker left last week for
Joliet, 111., where he will spend
a couple of weeks attending
school, taking a special course
for the government.
Ed McClellen of Portland was
a week-end guest of his parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Kunze.
Mrs. Nathan Thorpe and fam
ily returned from Union Saturday,
where they spent a couple of
weeks with her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Paul Smith. While there she
picked huckleberries and brought
home four gallons.
Sunday guests at the home of
Mr and Mrs. Erwin Flock were
Mrs. Flock's parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Ed Kunze, Ed McClellen of Port
land and Mr. and Mrs. Cliff Clark
Mrs. Fred Smith was very plea
santly surprised Monday when
her brother-in-law and sister, Mr.
and Mrs. L. R. Westby, arrived
home in Hermiston where Mr.
Dyer recently purchased a four
chair barber shop. Mr. and Mrs.
Bill Matier moved into the house
vacated by the Dyers.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Denton
and son went to Chapin creek
guard station Saturday afternoon
and visited the Howard Denton's,
returning home Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Claud .England
returned home after spending a
week in British Columbia. They
report a wonderful trip. They
went by car to Seattle, then the
Chinook pass, where it snowed
on them. They took the excursion
boat, Princess Kathleen, to Vic
toria. One of the nice things they
enjoyed was a four-horse carriage
in Victoria where they were driv
en to all the places of interest
in the city.
Dr. and Mrs. Walter Martin of
Seaside are visiting Mr. and Mrs.
Harlan Denton here this week.
Mrs. Denton and Mrs. Martin are
Mr. and Mrs. David Peterson of
Cottage Grove are visiting here
with the Harlan and Frank Den
ton's and also the Peterson's.
Mr. and Mrs. Warren Jobe had
as dinnenr guests Friday, Mrs.
Dick Shaffer and their daughter,
Mrs. Archie Gubser of Condon,
Mrs. Bert Greenfield and Mrs.
Bud Bird of Fossil. Mrs. Jobe re
turned to Condon with the ladies
A number of Kinzua ladies at
tended the shower at Fossil Sat
urday evening in honor of Mrs.
Stanton Hadley at the Mrs. Bur
ton Shell home. She received a
host of beautiful presents. Those
present were Mesdames Charles
Hunt, Jack Sitton, Ed Morgan,
Helen Shell, Fred Beard, Marvin
Hines, Delbert Folston, George
Smith, Glen Hadley, Mrs. Mar
garet Elder, Mrs. Gertrude Beard,
Mrs. Betty Shell, Mrs. Therman,
Van Horn, Burton Shell, Jake
Thompson, Eddie Karpinski, Miss
Lorraine Thompson and Ethel
Gandy, and Mrs. Katie Jurick.
Those who sent presents, but were
unable to attend, were Mesdames
Herb Wright, Frank Denton, John
ny Green, Owen Leathers Sr.,
Hugh Samples, Zolan Tripp. Son
ny Matteson, Bert Hoover, Ralph
Moore, Harlan Adams, Mable
Beeson, Eva Hildebrand, Bill
Wright, Bob Dyer, Don Brock,
Bobby Warren, Chas. Blanken
ship, Miss Carla Pierson, Mary-
ana James, Marie Gabrielson.
This shower was postponed until
ths time because Mrs. Hadley
was in Kentucky for a long time,
then moved to Camp 5.
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39 SW Union Avnu
from Chicago. The Westby's are
on vacation tour and Mrs. Smith
wil go on with them through Cal
ifornia and will spend a month
visiting other relatives and her
mother in Chicago.
Harold Baker, son of Mrs. Ade
line Baker, left Thursday for
Pendleton where he will enter the
U. S. Air force. Where he will
be stationed is not known at this
Ladies Aid silver tea met in
the church basement Wednesday
afternoon with a large group of
ladies present. Refreshments were
served by the commtitee com
posed of Mrs. A. Skoubo, Mrs. Eva
Warner ,Mrs. Chas. Nickerson and
Mrs. Hannah Downey.
Sgt. Dale Hug left Wednesday
for Randolph Field, Texas, after
spending thirty days' furlough
with his parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Guests of Mr. and Mrs. Le
Pearson this week were Mr. and
Mrs. Tom Riley of Danville, Cal.
Mr. and Mrs. Adrain Lamona
and son Jimmie and Olive Gol
den of Los Angeles were visitors
at the Cecil Hamilton home last
week. Jimmie remained to work
in the potato harvest at the Ham
ilton farm. The Lamona's are
uncle and aunt of Cecil Hamil
ton. Mr. and Mrs. H. R. Crocket
(Louise Hamilton) of Ordnance
were visitors at the Cecil Ham
ilton home Monday. Little Lor
elei Hamilton returned to Ord
nance with the Crocket's for a
few days' stay.
Hilma Lee Tyler of Portland,
who spent the past week visiting
friends in Boardman and Pendle
ton left Friday for home. Going
with Miss Tyler wis Marlene
Flsk, daughter of Mrs. Alan Bill
ings, who will spend several days
in the city.
Mrs. Z. J. Gillespie took her two
sons, Lyle and Donald, also Wil
bur Pearson and Robert Fortner
skating Sunday afternoon.
Mr. and Mrs. N. A. Maeomber
and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Harwood
returned home Saturday evening
from a two weeks' vacation spent
at East lake, near Bend, fishing
and reported a fine time, also
bringing back their quota of fine
Brenda Billings, young daugh
ter of Mr. and Mrs. Allen Billings,
is spending a few days with her
grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Chas.
McDaniel, at Stanfield.
Frank Cole who has been in
Portland and way points the past
week returned home Sunday
night. His son, Ross Cole, came
home with his father for a few
Mr. and Mrs. Lowell Shattuck
and family who have been in
Bickleton, Wash., since Thursday
with relatives, returned home
Mrs. G. Gustin is confined to
her home by illness.
Mrs. Jack Mulligan returned
from Albany Friday where she
had taken a load of furniture for
her parents-in-law, Mr. and Mrs.
John Mulligan. She was joined
in Portland by Mrs. R. A. Fortner
who had been in Seattle visiting.
The two ladies returned home to
gether. Mrs. Frank Cole had as her
guests Sunday her sister, Mrs.
Mabel DeWitt of Portland and a
niece, Helen Madding of Three
Sunday dinner guests at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Mul
ligan were Mr. ancL-Mrs. Floyd
Bueoy, Bobby and Robbin and
Mrs. Chester Flannigan, all of
Rev. Chas. Eble, Grace Miller
and Lane Morrison returned from
Wallowa where they attended the
Presbyterian summer camp for
boys and girls.
Jackie and Richard Mulligan
left Wednesday for Hermiston to
visit a couple of days with the
Floyd Bueoy family.
Mrs. Leonard DeBord and
daughter of Portland are guests
of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Guy
Thursday, Mr. and Mrs. Earl
Downey, Mrs. Guy Ferguson and
Mrs. Leonard motored to Prosser
for the day, shopping.
It is significant, in view of
Mr. Truman's slurs at Congress,
to note that the only other pres
ident in American history who
had as many vetoes overridden
in one 2-year term of Congress
was Andrew Johnson, and you
remember what happened to him.
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