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About The Boardman mirror. (Boardman, Or.) 1921-1925 | View Entire Issue (June 1, 1923)
Returns from the recent state ex
aminations show that all applicants
from the Boardman school were suc
cessful. Following is the class roll of the
eighth grade which consisted of 12
Louise Klages, Marie ...ttouengir,
Katherine Berger, Ernia Broyles,
Nellie Messenger, Geniveve Gorger,
Deibert Johnson, Arthur Chaffee,
Alex Ayers, Arthur Bailey, Hector
Wicklander, Norman Reinfleisch.
Besides these there were twenty
five pupils who passed the stat 3
tesf in geography and physiology.
Their names follow:
Seventh grade geography--Rache!
Johnson, Donald Klages, Edward
Klages, Helen Chaffee, Noel Klit.",
Russell Mel'ford, Sophia Mefford,
Violet Gilbre'th, Edna Reinhardi.
Mahlo "Rrwn TH1 H-r Wllari Tod
Partlow, Robert Berger, Thelma
Beck, Thyra Beck.
Sixth Grade physiology Kenneth
Boardman, Helen Boardman, Royal
Rands, Ivye Olson, Corliss Erwin,
Avis Erwin, Mildred Messenger, Ver
rel Woodard, Gladys Wilson, Lillian
Wheat Hard white, $1.30; soft
white,. $1.21; western white, $1.20;
hard winter, northern spring and red
Hay Alfalfa, $20 per ton; valley
timothy, $26; eastern Oregon timothy,
Butter Fat 41c.
Eggs Ranch, 2324c.
Cheese Tillamook cream 29ift30c :
Young Americas, 3031c; block Swiss,
3335c; cream brick, 2830c.
Cattle Choice steers, $7.50S.00;
medium to good, $7.007.60.
Sheep Choice spring lambs, $11
12; medium spring lambs, $1011.
Hogs Prime light, $8.008.50;
smooth heavy, $67.50.
Wheat Hard white $1.24; soft
white, western white, $1.2.1; hard red
winter, soft red winter, northern
spring, $1.1S; western red, $1.17.
Butter Fat 42fH4c.
Eggs Ranch, 20 25c.
Cattle Prime steers, $G.7537.75 ;
medium to choice, $3.75 (Q 6.75.
Hogs Prime ligiit, $7.358.35.
Vancouver Slayer Sentenced to Hang.
Vancouver, Wash. After a new trial
had been denied him by Judge Simp
son of the superior court, George Kd
ward Whitfield was sentenced to be
hanged for the murder of 11-year-old
Anna Nosko, whose mutilated body
was found near her home the nght
of March 8. The date of execution
was set for Thursday, July 12.
German Industrialists May Carry Loan
London. It is stated that the fed
(ration of German industrialists has
informed the German government that
the members of the federation are pre
pared to give requisite guarantees for
International loans for reparation pur
poses, says a dispatch from Berlin
Dr. A. H. Johnston
I'hyscian and Surgeon
Calls answered at all hours
In Boardman Wednesday and Satur
Office phone M 161 Res. M 332
ATTORNEY AT LAW
Wool Scoured and ( leaned
for HatU and Mattresses
Mattresses and Pads marie to order
Try our Wool Katt. They sati-lj
Wholesale and Retail
Crescent Batt & Bedding Co
BOARDMAN, OREGON, FRIDAY, JUNE 1, 1923.
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Dr. Joseph Halstead of B ecken
r'dge, Mo., one hundrsd and five years
old, is the oldest Mason living. He
joir.ed at Lexington, Ky., in 1842.
Washington, B. C. A joint state
ment holding that there is no antagon
ism between science and religon was
issued here as representing the con
clusions of a group of 40 distinguish
ed Americans on a subject which has
aroused bitter and widespread con
troversy. Tha names of two cabinet officers,
Secretaries Hoover and Davis, three
bishops and many others in positions
of leadership in the political, business,
scieutiAi and religious world are at
tached to the declaration, which was
prepared by Dr. R. A. Millikan, direc
tor of the Norman Bridge laboratory
of physics at Pasadena, Cal.
'rhe purpose, said an accompanying
exp.anation, is to assist in correcting
two erroneous impressions that seem
to be current among certain groups of
persons. The first is that religion
today stands for medieval theology;
the second that science is materialistic
Opal Wagner enjoyed a visit with
his mother last Sur.day.
Mrs. Tate and children left Sun
day for a visit with relatives in Con
don. J. C. Ballenger and family were
dinner guests at the Herein home
Miss Myrtle McNeil of Portland
is visiting the Falera and Boardman
Mrs. Richard IMngnian returned
last week from a few days visit in
Mrs. Eugene Cumrfiins left on Sat
urday for a visit wiih relatives in
Dr. Donnelly of The Dalles apent
Sunday looking over his property on
B. S. Kingsley was transacting
biuiness with some of our residentt
Mr. and Mrs. Win. Davis of Tort
land were guests at the Ralph Davis
ho:ne last week.
The Ray Brown family were din
nor guests of Mr. and Mrs. Mead on
STR KZ IN RUHR SFREADS
30",000 Men Now Out, According to
Essen. The workers' and the com
munists' strike in the Ruhr Is spread
ing and German officials estimated
that 300,000 men were out. Thy suike
was extended from the Dortmund re
giLn, where many mines and metal
works are closed, into the Bochum
mining district, where 31 shafts and
15 metal works are shut down and
70,000 men are idle.
Band of communists attacked an 1
looted the warehouses In re and over
ran the market piace.
Mrs. Clay Warren left on Thurs
day for Portland where she will vis
it with her parents.
Mr. and Mrs. Boardman entertain
ed P. J. Mulkey and wife for dinno.
on Tuesday evening.
J. F Oorham was transacting bus
iness In Hermiston and Pendletor
the first of the week.
Charles Harrington has been shin
ping crate after crate of strawber
rie3 to Portland and lone.
Who savs we can't rai?e goose
berries? Mrs. Rose Cason piokei'
14 gallons off of six Tiushes.
C. O. Blayden returned Sunda'
from North Bond. Where he was ;
delegate to the I.O.O.F. convention
P. J. Mulkey and wife, Mrs. Franl
Cramer and Mrs. Gladys Gibbon
motored to Heppner last Thursday
Pay, folks, that cake you learne'1
about last week will taste ro much
better now, since you have a recelp
Fithermen Lose Canadian Privileges.
Ottawa, Ont. American fishing
trade in the North Atlantic is serious
ly threatened as a result of the deci
sion of the Canadian government to
cancel all Canadian pert privileges to
United States fishermen. Canadian j
officials denied this was in reprisal for j
the customs l.arrier erected against
Canada by the United States. They
claimed it was the result of American ;
refusal to grant similar privileges to
Would Release Political Prisoners.
Washington, D. C. President Hard
ing has received a petition signed by
a rotable a ray of prominent persons
asking for the release of the 52 politi
cal prisoners still serving time in fed
eral peniientiarles. Five governors
and 11 college presidents are among
A. L. Larson and family returned
to their home last vek after do Ini
his year's school wort: on I'ppei
The Klages family, Franc!; Blay
den and Will aa Oilhroth left Bunda;
for a few weeks in the berry fields
at Hood River.
Vrs. John Jenklne and llttli
daughter, Mamie, left Saturday for
a visit with Mrs. Jenkins' mother
Harry Cross and wife of Portland
motored up Sunday and were t h
guests of Chas. Harring:on and Ho
J. R. Johnson and family return
ed this week from Wasco wher"
they were called by the illness and
death of Mr. Johnson's father.
John Brice has caught the poul
try fever and has ordered 1000 young
chicks. The thousand that Chas Dil
lon received a month ago are doing
Some of our ranchers are wearing
a broad smile these days. Why?
Because they have, after so long a
delay, at last received their federal
Jake Reams of Gateway and Tom
Burns of Madras were the guests
of Chas, Dillon on Tuesday. They
were very much pleased ovor the
appearance of our project. Quite a
entrust to their wheat country.
Wo understand that there will bo
several other candidates in the com
ng school election. Those especially
.nentioned are Jack Gorham for di
rector and L. V. Root for clerk.
'oi h are good men. Go to it!
The county road gang, under Ira
Berger, is graveling the road north
from Al. Price's ranch. This is a
uuch needed improvement, as that
tart of the road has been at times
The community was greatly per
urbed on Wednesday by a report
rom Rieth that a man supposedlv
o be Joe Webster, had committed
;ii ide by cutting his throat with a
a::or. Later reports staled that the
oport was erroneous.
Announcements were recoived here
: r. ntly of the arrival of Roberta
axine on May 12th, at Colli ge
dare as a Into addition to the family
f Mr. and Mrs. Rudy, former resi
dents of Boardman.
WM. P. H0LADAY
LOCAL MAN TO
Clara Phillips Brought Back.
New Orleans, La. Clara Phillips,
I.O Angeles "hammer murderess" who
escaped from jail after having been
sentenced to serve ten years to life
f.r the murder of Mrs Alberta Mea
dows. arrived here Monday from Honduras.
Mr. and Mrs. Korige of The Dalles
were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Lee
Mead the early part of the week
Mrs. Kortge is a sister of Mrs. Mead.
Joseph W. Folk is Dead.
Washington, D. C. Joseph W. Folk,
former governor of Missouri, and once
a leading figure in democratic party
politics, died in New York.
Mrs. Chas. Wicklandtr was actini:
manager in the Cash Grocery Mon
day, while Mr. Wicklander went to
Hermiston to have a tooth extracted.
Prof and Mrs. Mulkey returned
Tuesday from a short visit in Kenn
twick, Washington. On Wednesday
they motored to Arlington, accom
panied by Mrs. Cramer and Mrs
The little friends of Mrs. Aleck
Warner gave her a surprise party
n her birthday last Friday after
:oon. They invited their mothers
lid a few other friends. TIip after-
oon was spent in songs, recitations,
ic, and concluded with a luncheon
if strawberries and cake.
Memorial exercises vere held In
he Community church Sunday. The
hurch was beautifully deccrated
vith wild flowers and bunting, and
Rev. Gibson preached to a capacity
lUdlence. Boardman has two civil
var veterans, Mr. Lower and Capt.
tVarren, but the latter was not pres
nt at the service. Rev, Qlbson gave
'. very Ineresting sermon suitable for
Boardman will be roprosen'ed In
lie berry fields this season. Mr3.
Henry Klages and children, Misses
Wilma Ollbreth and Frances Blay
Um, drove down on Saturday r.nd
Mrs. McDanlels and Zoe and Everett
Had ley l ft on Wednesday for White
Mrs. McDnni Is and children have
eturned from a viiit to Hardman
nd are making preparations to go
o the berryflelds, Mrs. .0 A. Bleak
nan and daughter Bedl, of Hardman
Mseompanied Mm. McDanlela here,
ind rial ted with a number of her
"riends. Among those of whom
were Mrs. AJen Warren and Mrs.
)! i Had ley She also called on
Mrs. Jenkins, Mrs. Frank Cramer and
Mrs. F.arl Cramer.
SOVIET YIELDS POINT
Makes Irr.portar.t Concessions to Brit
London. Russia, in a note signed
by Leonid Krassin, the soviet repre
sentative here, and personally handed,
by him to Lord Curzon at th foreign
office, makes important concessions to
the demands in MW Uritisii ultimatum
to the soviet government recently. ,
The soviet expresses readiness to
conclude forthwith an agreement
granting British C Risen the right to
fish outside the three mile limit off i
Hit- Russian coasts, pondins; settlement
by an international convention of the
dispute over the xtent of territorial
waters, but still insists that an Inter
national conference is n:cesHiry to
settle the territorial limit question.
WilPam P. Hoiaday Is the man who
will succeed "Uncle Joe" Cannon In
the next congress.
im AND GREEKS
LauBanne. Danger of war between
Greece and Turkey h is been averted,
t was announced following an amlc
able settlement of the difference!
threatening a break.
After a three-hour conference M.
Venlx !os, the Qreek delegate, emorg
sil from tin1 conference ro..m auc
'it is peace!"
The delegatei are ho'"ful that Isme
will be ebla to secure Angora's accept
It ts soid that the agreement grattti
to Turkey as reparation payment no
only Karagatch but the railway to the
north of Lie town, which will nccessi
tate a sii; lit rectification of the froB
Under ihe agreement Greece re
nounces the principle of Indemnity fur
reparations. Turkey renounces lis
claims to Indemnity in cash.
DE V LEHA LMDS FIGHTING
Calls for Cessation of Hostilities In
Lor. den. Fanionn de Vulora and the
chief of itafl Ol the republican Irre
gular am y issued an order to all irre
gular forces In Ireland to cease fight
ing the Free State troops at once, said
a dltpatt h (rem Dublin.
De Valera is the lust of the promi
nent republican leaders at large. The
Other! have either been killed or im
prisoned. De Valera s siiii in hid
ing, but !t is understood that the Pre
Slate could have seized him at any
time within the past few months.
Tha republican irregular army ha
dwindled u, a mere handful and mosl
of the coun.rj is tranquil.
H is reported here that the Km
St ii 1 1- gineram n: will launch u 25
000,000 (1121,600,000) loan next nuntl
Italy Will Fay U. S. War Debt.
Rome.- Formal antiauncenieut win
made by the finance ministry that
Italy w 11 honor i-.er war debt to the
United States but txpucts considers
Hon similar to that grunted Kugland
by the United Stales. The Italian
debt amounts to 11441,034,000, not
counting accrued Interest,
Polish Cabinet Resigns in Body.
Warsaw. The Polish cabinet, head
ed by Premier Sikorskl, hus resigned
The resignations were accepted. Vin
cent Witoe, leader of tha peasant
party, was designated to form a new
government. He is known thniughoui
Poland as "king of the peasant "
vioguu a(u u'uuurai college, uor
i valla, May 31 Harry H. Crawford
' Of Boardman is on the list of can
didates for graduation this spring,
j He formerly attended the Univer
sity of Missouri. He will receive his
degree In industrial arts.
Crawford has had eight years of
practical experience in hydro-electric
development and civil engineer
ing work in Alaska, Canada and the
United states. He served as Iteuten
ant in the air service for two years.
Approximately 515 students will
be graduated in Crawford's class,
'his will be the largest number to
ecelve diplomas in the history of
the Institution. The combined
ichooli of engineering win graduate
131, agriculture 112, commerce !".
'tome economics 41, vocational edu
atlon 27 and forestry 17, Whit 3
mailer numbers will receive thi lr
leg i ocs from other schools in the
itOARDMAN'8 XKW CfOHDSSI
FACTORY RBADY VOB WORK
Jacob Marly & Son, practical
iheose makers, have opened their
lew eheeie factory at Boardman and
.peel to do a fine business with
lair mon on the project.
The now plant in mod rn and com
itate with a capacity for 6000 lbs.
of milk, or about (100 pound! of
'l cheese a day. Prices offered for
llilk will scale 5 cents a pound
ibove Portland butterfat prices. The
.. fnT'ory dceuphje the new Mm--
hie building to which nn extensive
iddltion will bo bull I to afford need
A (Uoon rearing ilonionst ration
,ill bo Ivgen for the beekeepers of
the Boardman and Errlgon eommun-
iiios on Tuesday, June 5th at the
fan of frank Otto at Loardman.
Vr. H. A. Scullen, specialist In bee
culture of Oregon agricultural col-
lege win conduct the demoiiatri
11(111. An Mr. Scullen has to catch the
I'arly aft rnoon train the mooting
has boon culled for (1:00 a in., and
will start promptly at that lime. All
' keepers are urged to attend.
Card of Thanks and Announcement
In consideration that I am leaving
Pendloton and about to enter Into
mo'lior field of labor, I hcrebv
i hank the people of Pendleton and
'lelnttv for the patronage I have en
oved during the four years 1 have
'jeon wi h you.
i am i laving preeeription copies of
ill the work I have done bore, with
Mr. Watts who has consented to ex
ud to any Who may call on blin the
"Mai cotirteiioH and Inriden'al pr
I le that accompany this work and
'i"b I believe and trust will bo
holly satisfactory to you.
Again thanking you I am,
Yours most truly,
DR. A. M SIMMON'S.
W. B. Mtnith, Prop,
i X Mail orders given special inten
Hat I sf action Qnamnteed
Olympia Veneer Plant Burns.
Olympie, WkhIi Mrs originating
from un undetermined cause com-
p: teiy destroyed the veneer pi i I ol
the Henry Mctieary 1 Iml.er company
In west Olympla with a loss well In
sured, estimated at approximately
t-' 0, 00
4eeeee e-t-e- e e
Corvall Man on Oregon Road Board.
Silem, Or Wade II Malone or for
valba, former county juige of Hem on
crflinty was named by Governor Pierce
to succeed It A lio ith of Kugcnc as
s member of the slate highway commission.
J. C. Ballenger::
Boardman - Oregon !!