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About The Boardman mirror. (Boardman, Or.) 1921-1925 | View Entire Issue (March 10, 1922)
DOES HE SMILE WITH OR
AT FARM BLOC ?
Tills is Hi new U S SCMHOT
from Iowa, C. A Rtwaoit, ap
pointed hy Governor Kendal' q
succeed W S. Kenyan, tecent loaie:
of the Farm Bloc in Congress, vl
resigned to accept a Federal jewjef.
sliip. Will Kawson line-up with
or against the bloc
PERFECT FlGHTINi, MAN
HAILS FROM OMAHA
In tne recent national search hy
American Legion posts to find the
phj (icmlly perfect and typical Yank
Milting m-iii, Sergeant Win. Mctt
len. 16th Infantry, who lives in
Omaha, Neb., was selected Hii
measurement v 5 fret '.)' laches.
weigh' 1,; ;, ligh;
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We put you in corri'spondanco
with hundreds of refined ladies and
imtiamen, In Canada and U. S., who
Wish to marry or correspond for
amusement. Photoa free, Many
worth 16,000, $ 1 0,000 and upwards.
Everything strictly confidential,
We do not publish your name or
address a years itibscrlption with
full priviledgos $1.00, four months
trial for Mie limit send cash, only
Money orders or 2 cent American
slumps If check, send 10c extra
After this month subscript ions
will be f 00 per year. Itush card
with your name and address for full
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WE'D HAVK' MOlit? TIME
ri'c trttixirvuo . .
Mrs. Johnson, our county nurse,
is Inspecting our schools again this
Frank Cramer stained the Gibbons
house which is occupied by the Har
pers, last week and it is a great Im
provement. Casper Snively returned returned
from a trip to the fiend country recently.
Miss June Beebe, of White Salmon
has been here visiting her sister,
Mrs. W. A. Price. Mrs. Price, who
has been quite ill with the pneu
monia, returned to White Salmon
with Miss Beebe.
A. T. Hereim lef'l for the Wilam
ette Valley for an indefinate stay.
Fred Tash, Hardware man of Hep
pner, was a business visitor in lioard
inan, on Wednesday.
Since the Board of Directors de
cided they could not furnish the town
water, several people have done the
next best thing and have started
digging wells. Mr. Dingman has
one almost completed; the Macom
bers' have a new well and Mr. Root
dng one in the basement where he
already had several feet start. This
is all very well if nothing happens,
but it Is merely surface water that
is found in all the wells and it would
take only one typhoid epidemic to
wipe out the town.
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Boardman High School, Boardman, Ore.
The play, "In Hot Tamale Land"
which the Senior High had planned
to give at some early date in March,
has been dropped because a number
of the characters are out of school
on account of illness or other reasons
ior an indefinate time.
A six reel movie "Julius Ceasar''
la to be shown in the Auditorium
larch 24, and also on the 25th if
the community should be interested
in keeping it for two evenings.
The Junior Hi boys raised $8.00
toward purchasing baseball supplies.
The school board added a like am
ount and a supply of good balls has
The Senior Hi is contemplating a
dunce to be given in the Auditorium
'Tarch 11, for the purpose of raising
funds to purchase base ball supplies.
A $1.00 admission fee is to be char
ged and a free lunch will be served
in the cafeteria. It is hoped that
the affair will be a success, as the
boys are greatly in need of funds to
carry on the work.
Charlie Andhreg,. formerly of Stan
field, entered the Jr. Hi roon Monday
The cooking class made candy
Tuesday. Divinity, Pinoche and
Marshmellows were made, all of
which were delicious.
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With Every Purchase of
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