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The Boardman Mirror
MARK A. CLEVELAND, Publisher
PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY
12.00 PER YEAR IN ADVANCE-
Entered as second-class matter Feb
11, 1921, at the postofflce at Board
man, Ore., under act of Mar. 3, 1879
LOCAL NEWS ITExMS
March winds came on Wednesday
- some blow.
Chas. McDaniels and wife went to
National lecturer coming for M.
W. A. on March 15.
Alfred Skoubo has gone to work
in the lumber camps.
The two sons of Dan Ransier are
recovering from the measles.
F. F. Klltz was a ITermiston call
er on Wednesday, going to see Dr.
Nate Macomber, wife and daugh
ter went to Heppner Saturday on
William Grebe of Vancouver, Wn.
is in Boardman for a few days on
Mr. McDaniels of Hardman is vis
iting his cousin Chas. McDaniels in
the east end.
I Smoker at Irrigon March IS. Two
Wagner boys and Young Dempsey
Mrs. Fred Phelps of Hermlston,
was a visitor at the Ballenger home
Wednesday between trains.
Miss Barbara Hixon and Mr. F.
Volkel were dinner guests Sunday
at the Clay Warren home.
Ray Brown's were host to the Co
hoon family and Ernest Brown's, at
1 a delightful Sunday dinner.
J. C. Ballenger and family mo
tored to their ranch Sunday, which
is beyond Alderdale.
Mrs. Bates left Friday for her
home in Portland after a few days'
visit at the home of her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Harrison.
Mrs. Nate Macomber is enjoying
a visit from her mother, Mrs. Mc
Reynolds of Pilot Rock, who came
to see the Auxiliary Legion play.
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Demarou of
Messner have a seven-pound boy,
who has beeB named Kussel Lee.
The child came on Tuesday evening.
Stanley Hatch came up to Board
man last week for an indefinite
stay. His parent! are now living at
Coble, On!., and like it very much.
Dale Allbirght and wl'.e, and Mar
guerite, were Portland visitors last
week, going down Saturday and re
turning Sunday morning.
George Mefford and family oi
roruanu, were visitors nere on
Saturday, at the Root and W. II .
Mefford homes. They returned
Mrs. Henry Leach of Tillamook Is
here visiting at the Demarou home.
Mrs. Leach will be remembered as
Lila Hecker. She now lives at Til -
Mrs. Sam Shell lert Monday nigh:
for Bend, Ore., on receipt of a telr
gram from her son's wife, saying
that her husband was to be opera!
ed on lor appendicitis.
Miss Minnie Gorger who has been
at Cross Rivers over in the Six
Prong country all winter came
Tuesday for a visit with her peo
ple. She will remain until Sunday.
The Ladies' Aid met Wednesday
it the church. Election of officers
was the most important business of
the day. Mrs. Allen was re-elecl-ed
president; Mrs. A. T. Herelm.
vice president; Mrs. J. R. Johnson,
secretary, and Mrs. S. Boardmaii.
federation secretary. New window
panes have been purchased by th'
Aid to replace the cracked and
broken ones. More detailed plans
were made for the community din
ner Sunday, March 1R. Mrs. John
son served dainty refreshments. Aid
will meet next time, March 20, ai
the Herelm home with Mrs. Herelm
and. Mrs. Kosar serving.
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THIRD YEAR Edited by the High School students
EDITOR, Zoe Hadley, '24
NO. S J.
IRRIGON NEWS ITEMS
By X. Seaman
Virgil Thomas arrived Wednes
day and expects to go into the mel-
Ass't7 Editor, Edward MeClellan, '25 Qn game wlth w B Howard for the
Joke Editor, Alton Klitz, '24
Why School Teachers Go Crazy
Poise is the way a Dutchman says
Equinox is a wild animal that '
lives in the Arctic.
King Arthur's Round Table was!
written by the author of "Ten,
Knights in a Bar Room,"
Copernicus invented the cornu
copia. Etiquette teaches us how to be
polite without trying to remember
In the stone age all the men were
The climax of a story is where it
says it is to be continued.
A gulf is dent in a continent.
Buttress is a butler's wife.
Conservation means doing with
out things we need.
If Ponce de Leon hadn't died
before he found the fountain of
vouth, he wouldn't have died.
Uncle Ephraim is coming with his
summer boarders. He will arrive at
the school auditorium Friday even
ing, March 28, or April 4. The title
of his play is "Uncle Ephraim's Sum
The student body of the high
school is sponsor for this production.
They will furnish all the talent, do
all the work, and desire to apply the
proceeds to the paying of a debt.
They promise to give an evening's
entertainment that will be well worth
the admission price and be a source
of community pride in school talent
Let's everybody come and get ac
quainted with Uncle Ephraim, hia
family, and summer boarders.
Gum, Spell It Backwards.
If you will,
It spells a mug.
A mug it always fills,
And yet this mug
Is seldom still.
Mug craves more gum
To fill its maw,
To pa and ma.
And once the jaw
Gets fully set,
The mug's a sight
You ne'er forget.
Mrs. G. C. Holland, who spent
several days with her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. C. T. Saling, returned to
Mrs. Chas. Glasgow Is home for
two or three weeks while her doc
tor is back east. She will return to
Seattle for further treatments when
he returns. Genevia is also home
for a few days.
Bats and balls have been distrib
uted to the various groups of chil
dren and the playground resounds
with the crack of bats and shouts of
"run!" The coaches are numerous
and lusty lungs make claomerous
music for the flying spheres. The
show goes merrily on and it's ball,
The farm bureau has appointed
Hugh W. Grim and R. F. Williams
as a committee to meet Mr. Board
man and decide where trees should
be planted along the highway.
The civics class is now studying
the process of law-making as it is
conducted in congress.
The newspapers are being scanned
for information in regard to the dai
ly doings of that body which ueemc
to have struck oil recently.
Lyle Seaman went to Portland
Friday and made necessary credit
arrangements for auto parts and
equipment necessary from time to
time and now announces he is ready
to do general repair work on Fords,
automobiles, bicycles, motorcycles,
sewing machines and any other kind
of animals that may come alonsr.
The seventh grade finished their
advanced work in geography this
week and are now ready to review
the whole book. They have been
doing some good map drawing this
A bisr boxing match is scheduled
for Saturday evening, March 15, at
Irrigon. Fronchie Smith will go six
rounds with Dob Wagner, and sev
eral others will take part. A to
tal of 20 rounds is promised and
full value for money received.
Mr. Shipley has moved his family
into- Mrs. Fagerstron's house aofl
has leased the place for the soacoi.
The following seventh and eighth
graders have handed in all their TQ TPADE FOR IRRIGATE NT
Tuesday afternoon the boys of the
high school held a school baseball
meeting in the library for the pur
pose of electing a captain, property
man and to discuss the schedule.
Alton Kiltz was elected captain, Ed
MeClellan property man, and they
decided to play seven or eight games
with towns close by.
book reports required for the term
Kachael Johnson, Edna Reinhardt,
Mable Brown, Ora Aiken, Buster
1 lands, Gladys Wilson, and Ivye Olson.
ranch. 71 acres firm River Bo
torn land in high state of cultiva
tion on Rock road. ml' to
school. 1 y2 miles to Cooperati
cannery W. A. Umyanho"
Rt. 1 Dayton, Or ,
Now is the time to Subscribe for the Boardman Mil
The sixteen eighth graders have
decided that there surely will be
enough of their class graduate to jus
tify a program of their own at the
close of the school and are there
fore planning accordingly. Their
teacher says that all sixteen can earn
diplomas if they are willing to work
hard enough. Let's see if they can
If the program is carried out
there will be enough more swings
and bars erected at the north side
of the school building to supply the
pupils with a modern amount of
ft CAPITAL AND
A. Wheelhouse, Pres. S. A. Rossier, Vice-Pres.
H. M. Cox, Cashier Chas. F. Story, Ass't Cashier
ARLINGTON - - - OREGON
Prof. John J. Carroll, who taught
manual training here last year,
writes from Fallon, Nevada, that he
1b now a benedict. The Utellem ex
During this period of good weath
er the forty-five minute noon hour
has been extended to one hour.
Please do not put candy in your
desk for it is a great attraction for
Carl "What's the difference be
tween a bank and a bee hive?"
Ida "Well er I don't know."
Earl "A bank takes in notes,,
and a piano gives out notes."
Ida "Well, what did that have
to do with a bee hive?"
Earl "Thai's where youl get
Mr. Mulkey (in English) "I'm
tempted to give this class an ex
Ed (sitting in the back of the
room) "Yield not to temptation."
Mr. Mulkey (In teacher's train
ing class to two bobbed-haired ,
irla) "I rather like bobbed hair. 3
it gives one a better chance to take
eare of it."
The Best is none too good
Try our Sherwin-Williams paints
and varnishes. There is none bet
We have a complete line of
Cedar Flume Stock
ement, Lime, Wood, Coal, Posts
W. A. MURCHIE
She held out her hand, and the
Mning man took it and departed. i
From a story.
For County JUCM
To the Republican roMn of Hor
row county: I hereby announce my
B if a candidate for the nomination
at your hands for the office of Coun
ty Judge at the primary election in
May, 1924. My experience of many
year as county commissioner makes
me conversant with the duties of the
office I seek, and I shall greatly ap
preciate your support at the pri
mary and for all past favors, I thank
.tf O. A. BLEAKMAN. Hardman.
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