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Heppner Gazette Times, Thursday, July 21 , 1 949
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The Heppner Gazette, established
March 30. 18S3. The Heppner
Times, established Novomhw
J8. 1897. Consolidated Feb. IS,
Published every Thursday and
entered at the Post Office at
Heppner, Oregon, as second
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By KLSA M. LEATHERS
The sawmill and green chain
resumed work Monday morning
after a two weeks lay-off. Sever
old employees that had been here
several years ago returned to
work. Among these are Louis
Robertson of Pendleton. whoi
family will follow when a house
is available, and Frank Clanton
of Fossil, and others whose name.-,
were not available at this writing.
Kinzua Pine Mills company
asks cooperation from all watei
users this week to conserve the
water. At present there is an ad
equate supply, if each one will
do his part when watering lawns
and gardens, provided the dry
spell doesn't last too long. Water
use probably will not be restrict
ed, depending upon the coopera
tion of the users.
The management also issued a
personal warning to all employes
who drive in Kinzua. The speed
limit is 20 miles per hour in the
town. Some have been disre
garding this order. The officials
have directed that violation of
the speed limit rule will call for
immediate discharge from the
Kinzua played the last game of
baseball on the local diamond,
with Monument as the opponent
and got trimmed to the tune of
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Mr. and Mrs. Gene Hall of
Camp 5 have Mrs. Hall's sister,
Eileen Ball of Heppner of their
house guest. They were In Kin
zua Tuesday evening.
Mr. and Mrs. Forrest Samples
and children of Medford, former
ly of Camp 5 and Kinzua, art
visiting the Hugh and Mark Sam.
pies families here this week and
Mr. arid Mrs. jonn Green re
turned Saturday from Macks
Creek, Mo. where they spent the
past two weeks visiting with his
Mr. and Mrs. O. L. Adams and '
daughter spent a part of their
two weeks vacation at Spray with
their parents, the Adams's and
Mark Jelllck came down from 1
Rancheria lookout early Satur-;
day morning for supplies. He j
returned to his post Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Rood left '
Saturday morning for East Lake
where they plan to spend a couple
of days of their vacation before
going to Medford to visit Mrs.
Rood's mother, and to Vancouver,
Wash, to visit relatives and
LOST Monday night, black bill
fold. Keep money and return
cards, especially driver's li
cense. Mrs. C. A. Ruggles. lc
FRYERS FOR SALE John Piper,
-And I say it in all sincerity to every
one of you who helped save our city
and our plant.
PIRL L HOWELL
The Heppner fire department is : the fire. The heat was so intenst
here shown protecting private across the highway from the mam
property against the ravages of fire that the firemen had to work
under cover of a convenient
Heppner Appliance Co.
Dependable Radio and Refrigerafion Service
Full Line of Feeds at
Old Box Factory
Across Tracks from Depot
Morrow County Grain
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17-12. Stubblefield and Cork
were the battery for the winners
while Mortimer and Moore pre
sided for Kinzua through the first
fve cantos, being repla-ed by
Green and Jellick. Two on the
Monument team, Broadfoot and
Bud Batty, are well known in
Morrow county. This team placed
second in the John Day Valley
league. Kinzua and Condon will
fneet at Condon Sunday in a
Baseball fans from Monument
accompanying their team incluu
ed Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Leathers,
Louis Batty Nels Knighten, Mea
de Gilman, Frank Owens, Emery
Moore, Mr. Stubblefield and ma
Carl Mansky took eight of the
Boy Scouts on a camping trip
Thursday to the Pioneer Park on
Service creek. Besides hiking
and other activities, the boys en
joyed swimming in the rivei.
They returned home Saturday
morning. Mrs. Stanley Robinson and
daughter Doris visited in Hepp
ner over the week-end with her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Mer
rill. Patsy Woods visited her par
ents here from Portland over the
week-end. Miss Woods is com
pleting her high school at Mult
nomah college and will finish in
Mr. and Mrs. Hiram Cook went
to The Dalles Thursday where he
consulted a doctor Mr. Cook in
jured his ear while diving in tha
John Day river last week-end. It
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was learned he has a ruptured
ear drum and received treatments
to guard against infection. He
returned to work Monday .
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Lichten
berg have as their house guest
Mr. Lichtenberg's niece, Jeaa
Stroup. She plans to remain tne
rest of the summer.
J. Lee Williams, Marvin Britt
and Robert Strand of Spray were
visiting at the O. L. Adams home
here Sunday and also attended
the ball game.
Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Morgan,
formerly of Kinzua and now at
Fossil, are the parents of a baby
girl born on July 14 at The
Dalles. Se weighed 6"-2 pounds
and was ramed Linda Dane. Her
maternal grandparents are Mr.
and Mrs. J. A. Thompson of Kin
zua and the paternal grandpar
ents are Mr. and Mrs. Lee Morgan
of Wendover, Mo.
Mr. and Mrs. Lester Halverson
had as week-end guests from Sa
lnas, Kan., Mrs. Hazel Wymore,
and from Kansas City, Mo., Mrs.
Birdie Pointer. They are Mrs.
Halverson's aunts. Other week
end visitors were Mrs L. L. Perry,
her mother; sister and husband,
Mr. and Mrs. Bill Sterritt and
daughter Jane of Portland, and
her father, L. L. Perry of Condon.
Don Westram of Klamath Falls
began work here the first of the
week. He is the nephew of Jack
Owens and Mrs. Warren Jobe.
Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Waters of
Fossil were attending to business
in Kinzua Tuesday evening.
Ralph Moore took his daughter
La Velle to Lonerock Tuesday
evening where she will visit her
grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Ben
Rogers, for the rest of the school
Esten Stevens of Arlington
spent a short time visiting here
Tuesday morning, having brought
Loren George from the early mor
ning train to work. Loren had
en visiting his mother in Oregon
Ray O'Neil returned to his
home Tuesday evening after be
ing at the hospital in The Dalles
where he had a minor operation
last week. Harve Boyer came
with him from The Dalles.
Mrs. Ralph Moore and Kay re
turned to their home at Camp 5
from Goldendale, Wash, where
they have been visiting Mrs.
Rhodes' parents. Little Lee re
mained there -Jid will return
home in about two weeks.
Mrs. Don Bonner has been con
fined to her home the past week
with a severe ease of mumps.
Miss Jeanne Owens has taken
employment at the Nelson-Miller
cafe in Fossil as a waitress.
Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Jackson
and family returned to Kinzua
late Saturday night after spend
ing a two weeks vacation Prleit
River in northern Idaho, where
they visited each of their parents
Mr. and Mrs. Homer Davis and
daughter spent the week-end at
their ranch near Lonerock. Mr.
Davis reports he has very little
haying to do this year as he dis
posed of the large crop in the
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We Wish We Could
Than Just THANK YOU!
To all the firemen, the townspeople and all from the sur
rounding country who helped or would have helped if it
had been possible, at Monday's fire.
But we do thank every person who in
any way helped to check the spread cf
the conflagration which destroyed a
large part of our plant.
We are in a position to carry on in a limited way with the
facilities that were not hurt by the fire. With the co
operation of the railroad company we will be able to
receive and ship your grain promptly.
Interior Warehouse Co.