The Boardman mirror. (Boardman, Or.) 1921-1925, June 10, 1921, Image 3

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PROFESSIONAL CARDS
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S. E. NOTSON
A T T ) U X E Y - A T - I, A W
Office in Court House
HKPPNER - . . OREGON
JOHN R. KNIGHT
STANPIBLD, OREGON
. u.sic Furnished tor
Dailies, Receptions and Parties.
FRANCIS McMENAMLN
Lawyer
HEiVNER, oregox
Roberts Dailding. 'Rhone 64:
JAMES D. ZURCHER
AUoruoy-nt-Law
ST AM IK!, I) - . OREGON
Will oe a( tin: Highway Inn Wed
nesday of each week.
KODAK WORK
TO
INTRODUCE Ollt KODAK WORK
we will finish ihe first roll and one
print FREE, WARD STUDIO
047 Main St. Pendleton, Ore.
DR. W. W. ILLSLEY
Osteopathic
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
'Phone Reg. 711 Office 551
Office over Rank Bldg., Her mis ton.
Calls answered at all hours.
DR. F. V. PRIME
D E N TISTRV
HERMlSTON, orb.
Rank Building
Phones: Oilice 9;t. Residence 751.
Hours: 8 a. m, to 5 p. m.
IUt. H. A. NEWTON, MANAGER
Corner Main and Webb Sts.
NEWTON PAINLESS
DENTISTS
Satisfaction Guaranteed.
Pendleton, Ore. 'Plume 12
DR. DALE ROTHWELL
Optometrist and Optician
Glasses Ground to Fit Your Eyes.
Fifteen Years Experience at
Your Service.
American National Rank Huildiiig
PEN DLBTt N, OREGON
FRANCIS P. ADAMS
PHYSICIAN AND BURGEON
HERMlSTON, ORE.
Rank Rldg. 'Phones: Office 92.
Residence 59 3.
Office Hours 9-12. 3-6.
Calls Answered Day or Night.
assist is IN SECURING
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The Only Restaurant in
Pendleton Employing a
full crew of white help.
THE FRENCH
RESTAURANT
HOHKACH BROS., PROPS.
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in Connection.
The
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of New York
Z ARTHUR L. LARSEN
Kesutent Agent
f Boardman - Oregon Z
BRIGHT SUNNYi
DAYS I
are hard on eves. Come
t in and get a pair of X
goggles.
65c up to $1.75
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Jeweler to tne
T West End.
OGDEN 1
Hermlston,
Oregon
Local Happenings
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BOARDMAN
Dray Line
Dray Delivery
and Livery
at all hours
M. J. DcDEWEESE
'Phone 1-3
BOARDMAN, - OREGON
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Hall Game at H rmistou Sunda;. .
Ray Shurtlc- ci Ueppner, was in
i own Wednesday on i.uiness.
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Paul Smith and family were Sun
day guests al the 1. Skoubo ranch.
i.et the Mirror print your butter
. rappers and help your home paper
J. It. Johnson and family were
iinner gue&ts Sunday at the M. B.
Signs home.
If. J. DeWeese was shocked to re-'
elve a telegram Sunday telling of
lie death of an uncle.
W. L. Finuell returned Monday
from a few days in ;ilanfleld, where
he went on business.
Maurice Goodwin of Condon, blew
into town Sunday, and is sta i.ig
with Lauren Cummins.
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Ladies' Aid meets in the church
next Wednesday afternoon. Ever
member is urged to be present.
Mrs. Grace Stewart's mother ar
med Wednesday from Fossil, Ore.
She expects to remain a few days
Fred, Rill and Norman Heins left
Thursday for Port Angeles, Wash.,
where they will make their home.
Ray Rrown and family, Tom Mil
ler and family and Ed Hall and
tamily spent Sunday plcnlclng on the
Spillway.
Buster Rands left Monday with
his aunt, Miss Clara Rands, fo
Portland, where he expects to spent
the summer.
Glen Carpenter returned Thurs
day from O. A. C. He has contract
ed to cut 200 acres of alfalfa here
I hi:- summer.
Mrs. Herbert Everett and little
son are spending the summer with
relatives at Handon-by-the-Sea in
Coos county.
Mabel and Katharine Drown left
for Walla Walla Thursday, where
they will spend the summer with
I. oil' f.)and-)arents.
Lee Mead and wife were in The
Dalles this week to attend the wed
ding of Mrs. Mead's sister, who was
married last Tuesday.
If, B Signs, club leader, and Mrs.
W. H. Stewart, sewing club local
leader, inspected the club work of
the members last Tuesday.
Earl Harper, who has been awa
a month shearing sheep, returned
Friday to take up his old position
at the coal bunkers in Messner.
There will be a free moving pic
lure show at the scnool house Mon
day evening, June 13th to try out
Ihe new machine. Everyone should
try and turn out.
If. B Signs and family are leaving
for Portland early next week, where
Mr. Signs will attend the Portland
branch of the 1'niversity of Oregon
summer school.
Mrs. W. L. Finnell left Wednes
day night for Coeur d'Alene. her
former home, to visit with her mo
ther for a few weeks She will also
visit a short time in Spokane.
Mr. and Mrs. Rates and Mr. and
Mrs. Fox and two children of Port
land, who were motoring to Walla
V;illa, took dinner Wednesday with
their old friend, O. H. Warner and
ami!; .
Word has been received from Mrs.
Hatch to the affect that the opera
tion for goitre had been performed
by Dr. Joyce, and was successful,
and thai she would be home in a
few days.
City election notices are post
ed for Hoardman's first city elec
tion to be held on July lfith
and calls for a mayor, six al
dermen, a recorder, a marshal and
a treasurer.
W. P. Tucker returned Sunday
morning from an auto trip to his
mines near Med ford, this state. He
I left Sunday afternoon for the Dalles,
! taking his mother and little son,
William, with him.
Mrs. Frank Cramer and Mrs.
Gladys Gibbons and Norma return
! ed Sunday from a visit to Hermls
ton. On Monday they had Mr and
Mrs. Pojipleton of Portland, couHins
of Mrs. Cramer, as guests. They
were driving through from Spokane,
arriving here ten minutes before the
delightful I. ? sandftorm.
Ray Rrown and wife entertained
twelve of Mrs. Brown's relatives
from Walla Walla Tuesday evening.
They were making a tour of the
Northwest, and made an over-night
atop at the Brown's.
The annual school election will
occur on June 20th. when one di
j rector and a clerk will be elected
I and the annual budget voted. The
! question of a gymnasium for the
Boardman schools will also be de
cided upon.
Mrs. Heins, R. Wasmer, N. Faler
and wife, and Mrs. Spring motored
to Walla Walla Friday. Mrs. Heins
will go on from there lo Spokane,
where she will visit a short time be
fore leaving for her future home in
Port Angeles, Wash.
Will Andrews, brother of Mrs. Al
Murchie, died in Wasco on Sunday,
June 5th of heart failure. He was
61 years old, and had been in good
health up to the time of his death.
He leaves a wife, one sister and two
brothers to mourn his loss. Mr. and
Mrs. Ballenger and Harry Murchie
attended the funeral.
A very pleasant program was glv
en by the children of the Sunday
school Sunday morning in celebra
tion of Children's Day. Songs and
recitations were enjoyed by all pre
sent, The church was prettily de
corated with flowers and grasses.
During the church services Rev.
Hood delivered an interesting ser
mon for the children and what con
stituted our duties to th echildren.
I. W. Downing, father of Mrs.
C orge Mefford, died in Hood River
o;i Tuesday, June 7th. He was G2
years old, and had suffered with
heart trouble for over a year. He
leaves a wife and six daughters to
mourn his loss. Mrs. Geo. Mefford,
Mrs. Dewees and Mrs. Root went
to Hood River Wednesday to attend
the funeral.
Jack Gotham is wearing a smile
that won't come off these days.
Reason? Recause of the arrival of
a new baby daughter on Saturday,
June 4th at Hermiston. Rumor had
it at first that she was a wee mite
of only three pounds, but as a mat
ter of fact she was a seven-pound
lassie. Mrs. Gorham is doing fine,
but it was thought for a time a
nurse would have to be procured
for Jack.
There were not near so many
young people present at the C E
meeting Sunday evenin ga susual
owing prehaps to the extreme heat
or the after effects of the base ball
game. About 19 were present. It
was consecration Sunday and C. E.
dues were to have been taken, but
it was over-looked so will be taken
next Sunday evening. The subject
for next Sunday is "Out! Out for
Christ" and the leaders will be
Dietret Johnson and Truman Met
senger. Rrlng your Ribles with you
The special meeting of Ihe Parent
Teachers' association which was
called for the purpose of election of
officers, was held Tuesday. Mrs
Grace Steward, vice president, pre
siding in the absence of Mrs. Bal
lenger. It was decided lo serve re
freshments the day of the school
election, June 20th, to rajse money
for the P. T. A. treasurer. Mrs.
Grace Stewart was elected president,
Mrs. W. O. King, vice president , Mrs.
A F Herieni, secretary, and Mrs.
Earl Harper was relected treasurer
for the coming year.
BULLETIN OF BOARDMAN
COMMUNITY. CHURCH SERVICF,
Every Sunday
Sunday School 10:30 a. m.
Church Service 11:30 a. m.
Christian Endeavor 7:30 p. m.
Prayer Meeting, every Thurs
day at 8 p. M
All are welcome.
W. A. HOOD, Pastor.
WOOL SKiNEI) TP
Forty thousand sheep have been
signed up in ten western Oregon
counties by the Oregon Wool and
Mohair Growers association, reports
Ihe Extension News. The work Is
only just starting, having been
launched only a little more than one
month.
She Knew.
A class of girls was going over
the story of Solomon and the teach
er asked : "Who was the great queen
who traveled so many miles to see
the king?"
There was no response, so the
teacher went on : "You surely must
know; the name begins with an
8."
At this hint a Rmnll hand was
raised. "I know," said Its owner; "the
queen of spades." Grand IUplds
News,
SEALER RIDS WANTED
saled bids for janitor of the
Boardman school for the school
year, July 1st, 1921, to 'July 1st,
1922, will be received by the clerk
and opened by the board at next
meeting, June llth, at 2:00 p. m.
Regulations and specifications may
be seen at the office of the clerk.
The board reserves the right to re
ject any or all bids.
Mrs. Claire P. Harter, Clerk,
School Dist. No. 2 5, Morrow Co., Or.
Let the Mirror print your butter
wrappers and help your home paper
FINE HAND LAUNDRY Br in mo
your washing and lot me try it.
All work guaranteed. Mrs. Alice 1
Ring-man. 17-tf
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WHEN YOl WANT BREAD.
There's no better bread on the
market today thnn
Arlington Made Bread
Baked in the sanitary electric
ovens of the
X The Arlington Bakery
W. A, Hgglnuimi, Prop.
ARLINGTON - OREGON
WE PRINT ANYTHING FOR ANYBODY
We Print Everything for Everybody
ALWAYS AND ALL WAYS
3Prmt Shop
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When a Farmer
WRITES A LETTER
What do you expect? That it will be written
on a blank sheet of soiled paper that has been
rusting on a dusty shelf for months?
Not a bit of it.
The farmer's stationery is as important as his
automobile. He is a business man, and he does
business in a business like manner. He may raise
hay, but you never find it sticking out of his boots.
We print letter he&fds, envelopes, bill heads,
business cards, etc. for farmers. No chance for
a correspondent to make a mistake in the name,
or in the address, when it is plainly printed on
the letter head or envelope. No chance for pur
chases to go astray in the mails.
The next time you want anything in the print
ing line, either come in and tell us what you want,
or mail us your order and we will do the rest.
MARK A. CLEVELAND
STAN FIELD - OREGON
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