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Heppner Gazette Times, Thursday, December 1, 1949
Land Leveling Pays Dividends ....
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&.- net wiicagffi?-.aiH
Much land leveling hat ben dona In Morrow county In recent yean and one of the largest under
taking! ii at Cecil where the Crura Brother! hare been working on part oi the 315 acre oi irrigated
bottom land on the Krebt Brother ranch. One o( the oldest irrigated tracts in this region, the Ktebs
land has been producing (rom one to four tons of allall aper acre under what Is termed faulty Irri
gation conditions. With propoer leveling they claim it will produce as high as seven tons per acre.
In the picture, Marion and John Krebs may be seen to the right of the big leveler taking care of the
engineering. The Crum Brothers have completed numerous leveling projects since moving to the
county, adding materially to the productive capacity of the creek ranches.
Picture by Heppner Photo Studio
Lundell Family Has
Reunion Dinner on
By ECHO PALMATEER
The Lundell family reunion was
held at the grange hall Thanks
giving day with a potluck din
ner. Out-of-town relatives were
Mr. and Mrs. Warren Crutcher
and son of Boring, Mr. and Mrs.
Norman Swanson and family of
Portland, Mr. and Mrs. Wallace
Lundell of Portland, Mr. and Mrs.
Elmo McMillan and daughter
Beverly of Salem, and Mr. and
Mrs. Norman Park of Corvallis.
The day was spent in visiting,
dancing, and playing games. Of
ficers elected for the coming
year were: President, Oscar Lun
dell; vice president, Ernest Lun
dell; secretary-treasurer, Mrs. O.
E. Llndstrom; sergeant-at-arms,
Algott Lundell, and historian,
Mrs. Mary Swanson.
Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Matthews
and daughters arrived home from
Kenneth Lundell Is spending a
few days In Oakland, Calif.
This vicinity had a good rain
last week which has started the
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wheat to come up.
Mr. and Mrs. James McLarty
and daughter Virginia ot Port
land spent Thanksgiving with the
Ernest and Don HeiiKer lamines
Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Timm and
daughter Mary Kay and Mr. and
Mrs. Peter Timm of Pendleton
were lone visitors Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Howton and
family were Portland visitors last
Mr. and Mrs. Howard Nottage
of Portland spen tThanksglving
with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jo
Clara Ann and Alecia Jean
Swales spent Thanksgiving with
their mother, Mrs. Harold Martin
Miss Alice Nichoson spent
Thanksgiving with her mother,
Mrs. Edith Nichoson.
Guests at the Victor Rietmann
home Thanksgiving day were
Mr. and Mrs. Victor Peterson and
family of The Dalles, Mr. and
Mrs. Omar Rietmann and family
Mr. and Mrs. David Rietmann
and family, Mr. and Mrs. Werner
Kietmann, utto ana waiter Kiet
mann. They enjoyed a display of
fireworks in the evening.
Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Brenner
and family were Portland visitors
Officers elected at a recent Re
bekah meeting were: Noble grand
Miss Mary Brackett; vice grand,
Mrs. Ernest McCabe; secretary,
Mrs. Ernest Lundell; treasurer,
Mrs. Mary Swanson.
A large crowd attended the tur
key dinner, carnival, bazaar and
dance Saturday night.
Mrs. Lester Hoak and son of
Bremerton and Mr. and Mrs. Da-
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vld Ely and daughter of Pendle.
ton spent Thanksgiving with
the women's parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Fred Ely at Morgan.
Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Yarnell
and daughters of Vancouver were
Thanksgiving guests of his par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Yarnell.
Teachers and famines spena-
lng Thanksgiving away were Mr.
and Mrs. Francis Ely wno weniio
Salem; Miss Mary Brackett to Ru-
lus, and E. S. stuitz to rortiana.
Mrs. Ida Grabili received word
that her brother, C. S. Hale of Ya
kima, died November 21.
Mr. and Mrs. Pete Cannon, Mrs.
Ada Cannon and Mrs. Echo Pal
mateer arrived home Sunday eve
ning from Portland where they
spent Thanksgiving with rela
Those from here attending the
Valby Lutheran church Sunday
were Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Lundell,
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Dobyns, Mr.
and Mrs. Clifford Carlson and
daughter Leslie; Mr. and Mrs.
Arthur Stefani Sr. and Mr. and
Mrs. Arthur Stefani Jr., whose son
Jerry Arthur was christened.
Mr. and Mrs. H. O. Ely, George
Ely, Mrs. Sadie Olson and Mr.
and Mrs. Berl Akers and family
were guests at the Elvin Ely
home In Board man Thanksgiving
Mrs. Ida Coleman and daugh
ters spent Thanksgiving with her
son-in-law and daughter Mr. and
Mrs. Rodney Crawford Jr. and an.
other daughter, Joan, in Portland.
O. E. Llndstrom Is building a
garage and putting a new porch
on his residence.
Mr. and Mrs. Dwight Haugen of
Corvallis spent Thanksgiving
with her mother, Mrs. Fannie
Griffith, at Morgan.
College students home from
Oregon State were Fayne Ely,
Tommy Doherty, Bruce Smith,
Lewis Carlson and Alfred Shirley;
from University of Oregon, Shir
lee Smouse, Helmuth Hermann,
and Reginald Shirley; Pacific Un
iversity, Roland Bergstrom and
Robert Jepsen; EOCE, Gaylord
Salter, Lillian Hubbard, John and
Matt Doherty; Whitman, Ross
Guests at the Carl Bergstrom
home for Thanksgiving were Mr.
and Mrs. Norman Bergstrom and
daughter of Echo, Roland Berg
strom of Forest Grove and John
Durack of New York City.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles O'Connor
and daughter spent Thanksgiving
with her mother, Mrs. Edna Yar
nell in Eugene.
The Clifford Carlsons spent
Thanksgiving with her parents In
Mr. and Mrs. Charles White of
Forest Grove were guests of his
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Gordon
White over Thanksgiving. Mrs,
White sang with the a capella
choir in the First Congregational
church in Portland Sunday eve
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tlan Endeavor. 6 p. m. Monthly
church fellowship basket dinner.
7 p. m. Monthly business meeting
of the church.
Thursday 7 p. m. Choir prac
tice. 8 p. m. Midweek service in
the church sanctuary.
ALL SAINTS MEMORIAL
Holy communion, 8 a. m.
Church school, 9:45 a. m.
Holy communion and sermon,
Week day services: Holy com
munion Wednesday at 10; Friday
Choir practices: Girls choir,
Wednesday at 4 p. m.; adult
choir, Thursday evening at 8.
Boy Scouts, Wednesday eve
ning, 7:30 to 9.
Archery classes on Saturday
Boy Scouts at 9, Girl Scouts at 10,
Cub Scouts at 11.
J. Palmer Sorlien, Pastor
Morning worship and sermon
11 a. m. with special music by
the choir, Paul McCoy, director.
Sunday church school at 9:45 a.
m., Oliver Creswick, superintend
ent. A class for every age, Youth
Fellowship class and adult Bible
Wednesday: Mid-week prayer
service at 7:30 p. m.
Thursday: Choir practice at 7:30
The Woman's Society of Chris
tian Service meets first Wednes
day of each month. Suzanna Wes
ley circl eof WSCS meets third
Wednesday of each month.
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