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About The Boardman mirror. (Boardman, Or.) 1921-1925 | View Entire Issue (June 17, 1921)
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S. E. NOTSON
A T T () II N E Y - A T - L A W
Office in Court House
HEPPMHt - - . OUECJON
JOHN R. KNIGHT
Music Furnished for
Ounces, Reception! and Parties.
Roberts Building. 'Phone 043
JAMES D. ZURCHER
STAN FIELD - - OREGON
Will oe at the Highway Inn Wed
nesday of each week.
DR. W. W. ILLSLElT
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
'Phone Hes. 711 Office 551
Office over Bank Bldg., Horiniston.
Calls answered at all hours.
DR. F. V. PRIME
'Phones: Office 93. Residence 751.
Hours: 8 a. m. to 5 p. m.
DR. H. A. NEWTON. MANAGER
Corner Main and Webb Sts.
Pendleton, Ore. 'Phone 12
DR. DALE ROTHWELL
Optometrist and Optician
Glasses Ground to Fit Your Eyes.
Fifteen Years Experience at
American National Bank I '.nil, I inn
FRANCIS P. ADAMS
PHYSICIAN AND SCUGEON
Bank Bldg. 'Phones: Office 92.
Office Hours 9-12. 3-6.
Calls Answered Day or Night.
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The Only Restaurant in
I full crew of white help.
HOHHACH BROS., PROPS.
Elegunt Furnished Rooms
p Local Happenings
Mrs. Albeit Brwin and daughter,
! Avis, were shopping in The Dalles
Miss Bertha Hoke of Hood River,
is the guest of Mrs. Royal Rands
Attorney John Gavin of The Dal
les, was in Boardmau Tuesday on
Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Tucker and
family and Attorney Gavin were in
R. S. Smith and family of Messner,
picnicked at the Willows near Hep
pner Junction Sunday.
No wonder our citizens are taking
such a desire to visit Heppner. It
is court week, and the iand jury is
Mr. and Mrs. M. B. Signs and
family left Sunday morning for father and mother to Bickelton
Portland, where they will remain for i Washington, and spent several days
the summer. j with them.
Mrs. T. Broyles and daughters Mrs. Tom Hendricks received word
left Saturday for Walla Walla for a Wednesday of the death of her tin
visit. They went in their car, Miss cle. She left Wednesday night foi
Edna driving. McMinnville to attend his funeral.
Mr. Bolton of Portland, a licensed Clinton and Walter Agee of Mc
auditor, was here this week going Minnville, cousins of G. W. Agee,
over the books of the Columbia were here visiting the first of the
2 Continental Insurance
of New York
X ARTHUR L. LARSEN
X Boardman - Oregon
this question also. How about it?
Tuesday was regular winter wea
ther, down to 50 degrees.
Mr. and Mrs. Claud Myers were
all day visitors at the Prater ranch
Noah May of Stanfield, is here do
ing the mason work on Leo Root's
Mr. Latorelle, the Ford man ol
Heppner, was making a business trip
W. A. Eggiman, the bakery man
of Arlington, was a business visitoi
here on Thursday.
Mrs. Ada Morrison of Boardman.
was granted a divorse Tuesday from
Norval S. Morrison, Upton, Wyo.
Opal Wagner accompanied his
are hard on eyes. Come
X in ana get a pair 01
65c up to $1.75
X Jeweler to the
X West End.
O G D E N
The Ballengers, Mrs. Dingman,
-Mrs. Blayden and Frances drove to
Irrigon Wednesday for cherries. Ir
rlgon is quite a mecca these days
for Boardman folks to obtain de
licious berries and cherries. How
ever, not many years hence we ex
pect to see everybody as far west as
Arlington driving up to Boardman
in buy berries, pears, apples, peach
es, in fact any variety of fruit which
can be raised in the northwest. Is
it not so,
A small crowd was out Monda
night to see the movie at the school
house. The first picture shown was
"A Dog's Love" and was very In
teresting and good. The second reel
was of interest, but was a bit ob
solute, it being a war film and of
such length that most people be
came tired. For children who never
had the opportunity to see these
war films they were of great in
terest, but since the most of us had
seen the same films three or four
Mars ago they became a bit mono
tonous. There were a number of
little folks present who had never
seen a "movie" before. The pic
tures flickered some but perhaps
this difficulty could be overcome.
Presumably most of the people for
got about the picture show or were
too busy to come. Alton Clitz had
charge of the machine.
BULLETIN OF BOARDMAN
COMMUNITY CHURCH SERVICE
j Dray Line j
at all hours
M. J. DeDEWEESE
BOARDMAN, - OREtJON
week. Walter has returned to Mc
Minnville, but Clinton will make his
C. Snively has installed a fine
large phonograph in the pool room,
and we understand him to say that
he was going to take out the pool
tables and have once-a-week dances
instead and that the first one is to
be this coming Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Johnson am.
Virginia Johnson and Mrs. May-
Beers arrived Sunday for a short
visit with the J. R. Johnson family.
They were enroute to Pendleton to
attend the G. A. R. state encamp
ment, and were accompanied by Mr.
The Ladies' Aid met Wednesday
in the church. It was voted to pay
off the entire sum still due on the
piano. After this there remains only
a small note of $66 and when this
is paid everything will be clear and
the Ladies' Aid can breathe freely
until they start some new work.
Mr. and Mrs. Zevelin of Moro,
were the guests of Mrs. Harter Sun
day. - They spent the day motoring
over the Project, taking dinner at
the Larsen ranch. Mr. Zevelin is a
teacher in the Moro schools, and
Mis. Zevelin was formerly Miss
Grace May, and is county superin
tendent of Sherman county.
Next Sunday evening Helen Board
man and Rachel Johnson are to b ad
the C. Endeavor. Meeting begins a
7:30 promptly. Everyone, young
and old, are asked to be present It
is splendid the manner in which th
young people have taken hold of
this work, but they feel the need of
the support of older folks.
Mrs. Bennett of Rldgefleld, was
here last week at the J. T. Bryce
home. Mrs. Bennett is a. sister of
Mrs. Bryce, and she took her to
Ridgefield with her Saturday for
medical treatment. Mrs. Bryce has
been suffering intensely with rheu
matism and seems to gain no relief.
She was at Hot Lake in the winter,
but returned no better. It is to be
hoped that she will return greatly
We were a bit previous In our
item last week regarding Mrs. Fln-
nell's departure for Coeur d'Alene,
Idaho, but since the items must be
in by Wednesday it seemed proper
to report that she left Wednesday
for she had indended doing so.
However, owing to a chain of ad
verse circumstances she didn't b ave
until Friday, going to Arlington
and crossing the river to Roosewlt,
where she boarded a train for
If you have an item of Inter Ml
please send it in. We can't see all
of you, but If you all boost we shall
have a remarkably fine paper. Do
Mr. and Mrs. Wagner of Bickel
ton, Washington, were visiting with
their son, Opal Wagner, at the Tom
Harry Crowford leaves today for
Corvallis, where he will attend s.x
weeks session of summer school.
He is driving over in a Ford.
Mr. and Mrs. Blayden and daugh
ter, Frances, were in Hermiston on
Thursday, paying their respects to
the new baby, Miss Janet Gorham.
Mr. and Mrs. Doering of Mesner,
and Mrs. Royal Rands drove to
Irrigon .Yonday to visit with Mr. and
Mrs. George Rand before their de
parture. T. E. Broyles, John Jenkens and
H. H. Weston, O. H. Warner, Chas.
Goodwin and Mrs. Ada Morrison
were in Heppner Monday on legal
John T. Johnson and wife and
daughter, Mrs. May Beers, motored
up from Wasco Saturday to visit
at the J. R. Johnson home for a
Buster Rands, who has been in
Portland for some time searching
tor the bag of gold at the foot of
the rainbow, returned home Tuesday
fully satisfied that there is no such
H. Pearson and family, who re
turned last week from Heppner,
leave the first of this week for Echo
for a three weeks' stay. They are
accompanied by Mr. Pearson's niece,
who has been visiting them.
The Strait's are now building the
Boardman ferry at the water's edge
just beyond the depot. We hope it
will be finished by July 4th so we
can have one grand celebration.
How about the 4th? Are any of the
various organizations planning on a
fiesta for that day?
The Ladies' Aid will have a food
sale on Saturday. These are held
once a month, and all the ladies of
the Project contribute. Ladies are
asked to get their contributions in
as early as possible, and bachelors
are asked to remember the sale and
stock up for a good Sunday meat.
Miss Zetta A. Houston of LewiB
town, Montana, is visiting with her
sister, Mrs. Crawford. Miss Huston
has been teaching music in the high
school at Lewistown the past year,
and is now on her way to Portland
She will accompany her mother who
has been spending the winter with
the Crawford's. Mrs. Huston who
suffered a stroke of paralysis dur
ing the winter, is greatly improved,
but will consult a physician on her
arrival in Portland.
Again we ask: What of a tourist
auto camp? So far all who come you realize how fortunate we Ml '
have camped on the vacant lot north have a paper for so small a coin
of the hotel, but this is undesirable munity? If no, please help. If you
for several reasons, one being a j go away, have company, In fact If
lac kof shade, another it is In lucb you do or know of anything Inter
close proximity to the haystacks eating, please let us know. Mr.-,
and buildings that anyone who In- j Harter is city editor, and always
advertently left a few sparks in the j glad to get Items. Of course "all ii
campfire might start a conflagration ' not news that's newsy" and no doubt
equal to the lumber yeard fire of a pon e things happen that may b
year ago The ladles here seem to j very "newsy" but still wouldn't do
sponsor most everything that is , for "news", but If you think i'
accomplished in a progressive way j could be used send It in. We'll do
bo prehaps they must take hold of the rest.
Sunday School 10:30 a. m.
('lunch Service 11:30 a. m.
Christian Endeavor 7:30 p. m
Prayer Meeting, every Thurs
day at 8 ,). in
All are welcome.
J. W. HOOD, Pastor.
Outside it whs cold, dark and rnlny.
hut from the lighted windows of the
regimental P. C. came sounds of mirth
"Say, buddy," said Post No. 2, Just
over and green to the Job, "what does
P. '. st a nil for, any way?"
"Oh, that?" answered Post No. 1, at
old-timer. "That means pinochle cluh
Let us print your Butter Wrappers
WE PRINT ANYTHING FOR ANYBODY
We Print Everything for Everybody
ALWAYS AND ALL WAYS
When a Farmer jj
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 heds, 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
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