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Heppner Gazette Times, Thursday, July 28, 1949
Fire Fighters At
Spread of Blazes
Quirk action h.v look-outs, pat
rol and fire ftpjiters of Kinzua
and slate forest crews, kept three
firi from fining any lead and
the blazes were soon mopped up.
Twenty men were rushed to the
south part of town. In Searcy
canyon and put out a fire. One
on Oxhead Ridge, northeast of
town, that had been dormant
since spring work, and one in
Wildcat canyon near ton that
20 men soon took care of, Bill
Wrcnn, state frest man. was call.
vd to a burning car on the grade
Saturday, putting out the fire
with an extinguisher.
A large number of Kinzua peo
ple enjoyed the annual Pioneer
picnic Sunday at the park, where
". H. Steiwer Introduced the
queen, 76 year old Mrs. Kemp
Berry of Fossil. Nellie Don gave
1 the life history' of the Queen,
while Judge McKay of Condon
gave the address. Mrs. Fred Wa
ters w as queen last year.
Mr. and Mrs. Tom Wellborn are
the parents of a boy born Friday,
July 22 at The Dalles hospital,
William Harrison, Mildred Tuck
er and daughter and Evelyn Har
rison of Lost Valley.
Robert Carey joined the family
here in Kinzua from Camp Fort
Lewis, Wash. Friday. He receiv
ed his discharge from the army
was named Thomas William, and began work on Monday. Mrs.
and weighed "t pounds. This lsiCarey and son have been staying
their only child. Mr. Wellborn is with her sister, Mrs. Hiram Cook,
the electrician. They plan to move when their
Bryce Keene of Heppner was in
. Kinzua Saturday afternoon and
(Sunday loading out the Darrel
Harris sheep and trucking them
j to Mitchell.
) Clay Phillips visited over the
j week-end with his wife who has
1 been a patient for some time at
I The Dalies hospital. She will be
there about two weeks longer.
Condon beat the Timbermen 13
4 Sunday in the make-up game.
Mortimer pitched for Kinzua
while Gubser was in the box for
H'ondon. Kinzua chalked up two
( home runs.
! J. B. Adams of Heppner visited
j briefly at the home of his son
Harlan on his way to the pioneer
picnic Sunday morning. Also In
the party from Heppner were
house is ready.
Mrs. Richard Greenfield spent
several days here this week visit
ing with Mr. and Mrs. Bud Bird.
Mrs. Kinard McDaniel spent
the week at Lonerock visiting at
the home of her son, Dallas Mc
Daniel. Mr. and Mrs. Matt Jurlck visit
ed her son Mark at Rancheria
lookout Thursday evening. She
took him some supplies.
Matt Stumper went to Vancou
ver to bring his wife home Sun
day. Mrs. Stumper has been
convalescing at the home of her
mother. She was at The Dalles
hospital for wto weeks where the
infant son passed away the last
Marion (Slip) Wright was at
tending to business at Pendleton
Mr. and Mrs. Matt Jurick were
attending to business at The Dal
les Friday and Saturday. They
also visited her son Perk who has
been confined to the hospital sev.
eral days this week with a badly
infected arm. He returned to
Kinzua Saturday but must report
back to the hospital on Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs. Stanton Hadley
visited here and at camp with
Mr. and Mrs. Glen Hadley. They
are from Condon.
Mrs. Harvey Boyer returned to
her home Sunday from Beaverton
where she has spent the past
several w eeks with her son Vern
on, and daughter, Mrs. Harry
Johnson. Mrs. Johnson and chil
dren came to Kinzua for an in
definite period since her husband
w as sent to the Hawaiian Islands.
He is in the naval reserve.
A large number of Kinzua la
dies, especially the high school
girls, attended the bridal shower
Friday evening .at the Methodist
church in Fossil in honor of Alice
Mae Greenfield (nee George.)
Bill Preston and son Donnie
ALL COTTON SUMMER SKIRTS
32 to 44
MISSES SUMMER BLOU$E$
81.50 PEASANT STYLES
WOMEN SWASH FROCKS
TT MJI "
WHITE OR $3.50
CO LO R E D G RO U N PS UXJ
TUFTED BATH MAT SETS
P LAsfiCPILLOW COVERS
BRAIDED RUGS 5Qc
100 c WOOL
PLAID - 54 "WIDTH
RAYON SATIN SLIPS
SIZES 32TO 42 1.66
RAYON JY KNIT
HALF SLIPS 100
51 GAUGE 15 DENIER
NY L O N HOSIERY
8y2 TO A? : ; ; eu a n F'i !
SUMMtrv. jn -
omp& TWO PIECE
WOMEN'S & CHILDRENS
BEACH SANDALS OR DRESS STYLES
Womens row- -
HIGH SHADES 25C pAR
MEN'S STRAW HATS
dress 1 nn
GABARDINE SPORT SHIRTS
SIZES: SMALL, Q) Aft
MED. -LARGE UU
ODD LOTS NOT ALL
NOT ALL SIZES
mhmmi'rj - fj
Sonforixcd - Nu-Craft
ALL w vs AA
dKss pants S6-90
went to The Dalles Saturday to
bring Mrs. Preston home from the
hospital where she underwent
surgery two weeks ago.
Keith Bonner of Mack's Creek,
Mo. arrived here to visit his sis
ters, La Vern Skinner and Mrs.
Joe Worlin, and a brother, Don.
Mr. and Mrs. Slade Rushing
and daughter were visiting
friends in Kinzua Sunday from
Hermiston. The Rushings are
former Kinzua people.
Week-end guests at the Roy
Davis home were a niece and her
husband, Mr. and Mrs. Bud Flor of
Portland and Mr. and Mrs. Shorty
Norris of The Dalles.
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Schott and
daughter Lillian spent Sunday
afternoon visiting at the E. K.
Fatland home in Condon.
Mrs. Mildred Halverson of Se
attle is spending a few days here
visiting at the home of her son,
Mr. and Mrs. Loyde Smith of
near Mayville were visiting a
short time here Saturday evening
having brought Richard Mortimer
in from the ranch so he'd be here
to go to Condon to play ball.
Mr. and Mrs. Delvin McDaniel
were visiting In Heppner over the
The Women's club met on
Thursday afternoon at the home
of Mrs. R. Robinson. After the
business meeting was over the
ladies spent the afternoon quilt
ing. Homer Davis was consulting a
doctor in Heppner Sautrday.
Mrs. Kinard McDaniel returned
home Saturday from Lonerock
and went to the Claud Buschke
ranch near Hardman to work
Annual Field Day
Set For August 3
The annual field day at the
Umatilla branch experiment sta
tion has been set for August 3.
The program will start at 9:30 a.
m. with field trips to experimen
tal plots. Field tours will be
taken at intervals during the mor.
ning so visitors will have an op
portunity to see the plot work.
Farmers in the irrigated area
of Eastern Oregon are cordially
invited to visit the station ane
see the research work in prog
ress. The station is located one
and one-half miles south of Her
miston. All visitors are invited
to bring picnic lunches and eat
on the station grounds at noon.
Local granges and farm bureaus
plan to hold picnics on the sta
tion grounds during the day. Free
HEPPNER GIRL WED
Selma Fae Orwlck, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs, Jess Orwick of
Heppner, became the bride of
Harry Lacy Green, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Homer Green of Eightmlle,
at 9 a.m. Saturday, July 23, at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Hager.
The marriage vows were solemn,
ized by Judge J. O. Hager. Mrs.
Myrtle Orwick and Gloria Orwick
witnessed the ceremony.
ice tea and coffee for the picnic
groups will be furnished by the
Hermiston chamber of commerce.
Visitors will have an opportun
ity to ask question during short
group discussions after lunch.
Experiments that may be seen
are: Fertilizer plots on field corn,
alfalfa fertilizer plots, corn on
green manure plots, irrigated pas
tures for turkeys and sheep, and
plant disease and insect control
Vernon Padberg left Sunday for
Camp Miramar, Calif, after spen
ding a month's leave here with
his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Archie
Padberg. Vernon got in four
days of harvest work and two
days with the salvage crew at the
elevators, while home, just to
keep In training.
Heppner Ph. 112
The Dallei Phone 263S
114 E. 2nd SL
"We Go Anywhere.Anytlme"
1 SQUAD ttSXlil
Let's All Help Keep Oregon
Green By Preventing Fires
STAR nn REPORTER
Admission prices afternoon ftnd evening, unless spe
oiflcsily sdrertlsed to be otherwise l Children l Est.
Prloe .17, Fed. Tax .03, Total Mot Grade and High
School Students 12 years and overt Est. Prise .40,
Fed. Tax .10, Total 60c; Adults i Est. Price .500, Fed.
Tax .10, Total too. Every child oocupylnf a seal
must hare a ticket.
Sunday shows oontlnuons starting at 1 p-ra. All other
shows start at T:30 p.m. Boxolfloe open evenings
untU i p.m.
The schedule during August will he as follows: Same program Sunday and Monday, Sunday allows
continuous from 1 p.m. Same program Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday. Double-bm program
Friday and Saturday. Saturday show starts at T p.m.
Sunday-Monday, July 31-August 1
Mother Is A Freshman
Loretta Young, Van Johnson, Rudy Vallee.
Barbara Lawrence. Robert Arthur,
Charming and sprightly and full of ap
peal, it's one of those prize packages of
comedy entertainment. And it's in Technicolor.
South of St. Louis
Joel McCrea, Zachary Scott, Alexis Smith,
Dorothy Malone, Alan Hale, Victor Jory,
Bob Steele, Douglas Kennedy
Spectacular adventure In the West's most
dangerous days . . . magnificent Techni
Friday-Saturday, August 5-6
The Gallant Blade
Larry Parks, Marguerite Chapman, George
Macready, Victor Jory
Lots of swordplay and romantic folderol
in this exciting melodrama . . . photo
graphed In color. Plus
Quick On The Trigger
One of the popular Charles Starrett
Smiley Burnette westerns.
Also THE LITTLE ORPHAN, Academy-Award-winning
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