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About The Boardman mirror. (Boardman, Or.) 1921-1925 | View Entire Issue (April 10, 1925)
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BOARDMAN. MOKROW COL X I V. OKEGON' FRIDAY, APRIL 10, 1925
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Board man Utellem
Some Easter Eggs for Dad
Edited by the Students of the Boardman High School
FOURTH YEAR, HI21-1925
FRIDAY1, APRIL 10, 1925
The English Eight Class has been
studying- the short essay, The class
listened to the reading of Emerson's
"Essay on Nature" by the teacher.
They are now reading essays individ
ually and each will be expected t giw'
an oral report on the one scheduled for
The Freshman English class was
overwhelmed with horror when they
learned that each had to write a BOO
word theme an "My Past Life." We,
the Upper classmen. hope that their
lives have been such that their themes
will he Interesting. .
Stock in high school athletics is go
ing tip. The season', activities are
booming. Baseball, both bojra, and
girls, is going liitr. The hoy's team
promises to be one ot Boardman's
best in years. II will have one of the
strongest Holding and hading infields
il has ever had
but weak at bat
The flowers ale blooming,
The wind has stopped blowing.
All signs of spring are here.
The birds are singing.
The bees are humming,
Sweet sounds incline each ear.
Last week completed the fifth of thej
ix weeks report periods and the cards
were given out Wednesday noon of
this week. Several good grades were
received by some of the students.
Helen Chaffee and Blanche Imus re
ceived four "A's" and the following
received all A s and B's : Robert
Berger, Rachel Johnson, Edward
Klages. Catherine Berger. Katberine
Brown, Caroline Hunt, Edward Me
CleBan arid Earl Olson,
Hi, Ho! Bead these lines of
thoughtful wisdom. How many of you!
know the circumstances of the school
treasury? We now have the Immense
The outfield' is good, sum of $8,07 in the bank. We have all
McClellan will scoop of the debts paid hut two and are fsk-
Boardman Locals and Personals
Jack Qof ham bad Ids lots across j Duo to an oversight on our part,
from the school bouse leveled and tor- hi the baseball game story last week
raced. He plans to have it all seeded Hve did not mention that Klitz, as
to lawn and i tsurely will make a Well as Vannostrum patched during
great improvement. ithe game.
.Mr. and Mrs. A. T. Ileriem enter-1 Mrs. Nick Faler. who returned from
Brief Review of Week's News Events
tained at dinner Sunday for their Sth
anniversasy. Mr. and Mrs. Nick I'a
ler, Mr. and Mrs. .lack Gorliam and
family and MISS Myrtle McNeil were
F. H. Edmonds of Vnneoucr. Wn..
Is here looking after bis farming in
terests. Ralph Davis and Maurice Goodwin
motored to Hermlstori and Umatilla
Mrs. J. 0. Ballcnger received word
that her father, W. A, Murohie. was
token to The Dalles hospital on Satur
day He Is suffering from diabetes.
Mrs. Rnlph Humphrey left Wednes
day for Penawawa, Wn., her former
Young Dale Cox is displaying a pair
of the blackest eyes one could imagine.
Portland Saturday, where she attend
ed the funeral of her brother. Thomas
Luke, received a telephone call on
Wednesday telling of the death of her
sister-in-law. Mrs. Thomas Luke, who
died just a week after the death of
Henry Plages has returned from
Portland, where he has been for sev
.lack Giuliani accompanied Sheriff
MoDuffeo to Stevenson. Wn.. last Fri
day on legal business.
Harry Warren and son Clay were
visitors at Heppner on Thursday.
.Mr. ami Mrs. Albert Macoiiihcr and
Mis. E. I,. Fisher id' Arlington wore
visitors Sunday at the Nate Macomher
Mrs. .lack Gorhutii and Mr. and
the hall off the hat and
Ayers will twill the
Howell wil lie slati''ite.
tlnl suck and Olson will
base. Russell is on tlu
Archbishop Christie, oldest Arch-and making them eligible
bishop in the United States In point pal offices if elected. A
of service and bead of the Oregon
See, which comprises all territory ly
ing west of the Cascade mountains,
hot corner and
This is some
win its share
The girls ai
Captain Carl ing for your support, this coming Snt
lilte sphere. I urday night. Come on, one and all.
I al the ini-jCot behind the school activities and
guard second come t Othe big movie, Douglas Mac
list for the Loan in "Going UD." Have a delight
ful evening an dat the same time help 1111 " aiiernoon ai i:au o ciock
the school in the last two athletic j in Portland, Oregon,
events of therfear.
This year Is the first in several the
Boardman school will have a May Day
.vac passed by the Chamber in
but was defeated In the Senate.
Wilson will do the
The outfield will lie
MolTord. W( blander,
Gilbrea'tb and Packard,
lineup and it ought to
if gain: s.
B working bard, trying
to show thai they are capable of Jdieir
new equipment, but it looks as though
we will have to send some of it back.
Perk up. gills. What do you think of
the lineup? The best looking girl
pitcher; the next best, so far as beau-
ty is concerned, catcher. The next
best first base and so on rtbwn thej
line. Pick the team for yourself.
Both ppys and girls tegma journey j
to Umatilla this Friday to cross bats
with the high ichool lei: ins of taht.
city. Watch for the results and be
out in a crowd to our firs) game. Get
behind the high Bel I and push and
we'll make you proud of us. Come
on. B isrdman more ppp.
The community school lawn got its
first "hath" on Monday, Janitor Xale
Macomher. tnp-iod the local irrigaiioiC
ditch for the tii'sl time this year. A1
rendv the ev ticos a change and.
the brown spots are fast Changing into
a light green and the green sprouts are
takin a deeper hue. Tn aie th'T week
or two the lawn will he fully recover
ed from its winter retirement.
pr gram, II is going to he the besf
that this school has ever given. We
know I ha I every parent and friend of
our school should he sure to come.
The program is as follows:
10:30 Big School Children's Pa-
for I rade.
H :0ft Out door program. iii
America. CM Address of Welcome. (31
Music. (4) Address. (Ci Music.
13:05 Big Basket dinner.
t!l6 Crowning of Queen "Helen."
1 :::o Operetta "Posey Bed."
'4F PnsflhaU. ggiMft i. i . ,
on April 11th ,at the school audi
torium, another big movie is to be
given by the high school Student body.
This picture is entitled "Going I'p"
It Is an aerial picture and one that
("cyl.ody. ..i o .g and oi l will be !n
Pueblo, Colo. Surgeons have remov
ed a bullet from the heart of 11 year
old Santos Ortez, who was accldent-
Tbe French chamber of Deputies ally shot when he Bred a gun wich
lms passed a bill giving women the which he was playing. He probably the chicken business on a large scale,
right to vote in municipal elections will recover. , Nels KrlStenseil Is leveling a few
acres of land for 0. S. Calkins. This
Is the corner where he raised corn
Ma-.thcw Ball of Eight Mile was m successfully hut it has never hi
calling on his friends around Cecil leveled for alfalfa.
on Monday. Every farmer on the project is busy
Edmer Williams and Harold Abalt, seeding or spring toothing. Fruit
government trappers, are busy look- trees are in bloom and filling the ail
ing over the trapping prospects on with their fragrance. Gardens are
Willow Creek for a few days. . ,,, weather warm ami balmy. A place
Another youngster, while
rocks, hit Dale across thi
eves and it certainly left
some ebony optics.
Chss. Miller is building
chicken bouse on his ranch.
a great number of While Leghorn st Heppner.
chickens and he is expecting a large C. E. Suence, state market master,
shipment of baby chic ks later on His was a Boardman visitor on Thursday
brother, Geo. Dillon, of Portland, is il last week.
doing the carpenter work. Mr. Oil- Mr. and Mrs. Pat Potter are visit -
Ion and Mr. Knauff have gone Into ing in Condon.
hatting Mrs. C. i .Baydeii went lo Heppner
nose and Saturday to meet Mr Oorham, who
him with ',!s there on business.
Charles N'ler ami George Mitchell
a fourth were subpoenal as witnesses to np-
He has pear before the grand jury last week
were Arlington visitors
Gilliam County Officials Are Visitors
In Cecil .Shipping Sheep
To the Ranges
Miss Violet Hynd, teacher near
lone, accompanied by Miss Arletu
Farrens of lone, were the week-end
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Hynd
af Bu'.terfiy Flats.
t' rested In. The other two movies
f. ven by the student body wcra u suc
tega and were well b'voi' by the
o.owd, wht.'h was not as large as it
iiiisht have been Wi are expecting
.; larger crowd for this Saturday anil
i trust lb.it our friends and parents
will not disappoint us.
Two of our most popular young pen
pie, Miss Myrtle McCoy all I Marshall
Maikhain ware married in Pendleton
Saturday. April 4th. to the surprise
of their many friends. It was known
that this was to he expected some time
this summer hut no one expected it
without some further announcement
of h date. The returned on the
night train Saturday and had hoped
to get in and mil again before any
serenade could be planned, hut their
fi lends laid in waiting and paraded
them about with tin cans and other
noise making apparatus attached to
the cars for some time, about one
o'clock Sunday morning. The happy
couple left for Pendleton again Sun
day afternoon, where Mr. Maikhain
is employed by the Union Basilic sys
tem as batteryman. They have rented
living quarters In Pendleton and ex
pect to make that place their home, at
bast for the time being. Wo all join
in wishing wishing the couple a long
and happy married life.
C. C. Grim is making extensive ar
rangements for camp grounds for tour
ists. He is leveling the ground west
rf the store and service station, where
there is good shade now and instill
ing ladies' and gents' rest rooms.
Planting of at ruioloiis. mnskmel
ons and cantaloup is starting in ear
nest rhs week. The association re
ports an acreage of eon-idenihly more
than last year, with prospects of. a
much heavier crop owing to better so
letted grounds of all the plantings.
More or less asparneus has been moved
by the association during the last
week and since I lie weather has warm
ed up. is coming on much faster.
The stat highway department is
spreading the pf an the highway past
Irrigon this we'!;. This
this district an I we will
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Strader report
li e arrival of a big haby girl Sunday
morning. Specific instruction had
been issued to the stork that it must
In a girl and they feel very proud of
having their instructions respected.
Inn Changes Hands
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Woodard of
The Dalles came Sunday to tae charge
ol tlie Highway Inn, having recently
purchased it. Mr. Woodard is a bro
ther of L. V., who lived at Messner
so many years and Is widl known by
many Boardman people. The Mirror
wishes them all success in their new
venture. Mrs. Warner has built up a
splendid reputation by the meals she
served and the Woodards, no doubt,
will keep up the high standard. Miss
Mabel Wabl. who had leased the ho
ld until it was sold, relinquished her
post Monday morning.
Orange Dance Success
One of the finest and moat congen
ial dances for some time was that
given on Friday night by the Orange
in the Auditorium. Mr. Lytic, Mr.
Hango, accompanied by Nate Macom
her and several others furnished the
music. Several old fashioned quad
rilles were enjoyed, as well as the
modern steps. Four carload of Irri-j-'iiites
attended. accompanied by
Grange Mutter Saling. Cake, sand
wlsbes and coffee were served by the
committee in charge.
The "Battling Orioles" was the film
at the BchoolhoUSe Saturday night.
Only a verv small number attended.
These movies are given by the school
to raise money for baseball equipment.
Saturday, April the third and
Mis. Alice Dlngman is closing out
her place "f business and is going to
Walter Pope ot Hillside was Visiting where the climate is equal lo Sunny take a well deserved res!, after four
Mr. and Mrs. .1. E. Crabtree at California, is II not? viars of laundry work. She wishes
Cuckoo Flats on Sunday. i Clifford Olson returned on Monday t,, thank her patrons for their kind
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Snillmnn and tii'li.v unv.it'ul wtifiL'hi in tint luiwiiltiil ik t niiuu nn.l in ' 1 1 n -
Mr. and Mrs. L. Hariiimi and In r.,,-,Tv. r A'...:.. im. ,. ., . ... , ., , .. ......
...... in,-,, Lin,,,, ii, -i ,,r l'cnoieion. sum iiiil' toe rami iroin i ne i ir. il ciirrv, evesiete specialist.
Willows, snenl Sundiiv with Mr. and iwua hnma ,, ,,! i nrhon Hut . f .:,.ntii,. n.lll i. n, tflshwav Inn
man, who have been visiting With Mr Mrs. Kail Farnswortll aft Rhea Sid- gnsollne e.xnloded from a short circuit Tuesday. VnrH lltb. Eves examine I.
tag. I tn a Hot Shot battery while be was glasses tilled.
Mrs. H. E. Stender nnd Daughter, having the gas tank filled. He Is Ti e Minor is In receipt of an ail
Miss Gloria, of Beldomsscn, spent getting nlrng very nicely and able to fot the sale of estrav horse, which we
Wednesday with Mrs. L. L. Funk at be up and around a pail of Hie time, arc unable lo publish. hecnu 'he ad-
i iirllss Collage, near ('cell. Elvira .lenkins, the small daughter dress ami name of the sender was
Mrs. W. II. Chandler of Willow of John Henklns, has the beginnings not given,
Knnch, spent Wednesday with id' a good financier. Last year she
Mr. and Mrs. Oral Hendriekseu at the raised six lambs on (he bottle, which
Moore ranch near Lexington. is no small task. Five of then! were
Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Lundell of Bhea ewes and she kept them until last
Siding were calliu gou friends in lone week, when she sold them to M. Mnl
on Thursday. ilinan and brought home a check of fKS
Mr. and Mrs. Karl Farnswortll,! The following clipping taken from
.lack Hynd and dauglrer Miss Annie, recent Portland Sunday pap r will
John Krebs, W. V. IVders, K .E. Dun- he of interest to Boarilmaii people:
can were among the visitors to the "Miibara Kutxner, the 12 year old
County Seat during the past week. year old daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
B. E. Slender of Seldomsceii, ac- Leon Kutzm r, anil a pupil of Mrs.
oonipiinicd by Arthur Turner, were Emma Oillcsplc. gave Several r Hags
calling In Cecil on Sumbiy. We are at the Button Old People s home. m.
glad to learn that Arthur is feeling Wednesday afternoon after school, to
so much better after bis recent accl- the great delight of all the memhois
dents ad still has bis cheery word1!' the home." Mahara has relied
and Iwlgbt smile for all bis friends, in since a very small child and has fro
pita f his serious loss. We all wish ipU'ntly delighted Boa rdiiia n audi-
lii mat, linn ImwM CIlCI'S Willi llCl' 1 1 1 1 II I o I'll 1 1 S I'd i I II I lollS.
- ... . 1 fit'iivnllntr
Sexton, Med- Mrs. I Iniitlc ( oats and small ilaiigh- '
visiting with ter Echo, of Oregon City, came Mmi
Poplars on day for a visit al lie home of her sis
fant daughter and Miss Gladys liar
and Mrs. Geo. Krebs at The La i
Camp, for some time, left on Sunday
for their home at Walla Walla.
Mrs. .1. K. Porter, Gilliam County
School Superintendent) accompanied
by Mrs. Ferguson, Gilliam Coun.y
ireasurer, were calling m ( ceil on Creek
lhtirsdny, uner spending some tune
at Rhea Siding school
Krebs. Bros., of The Last Comp.
were busy men on Sunday at the
(ecu depot superintending the load
ing of 1100 ewes and 1000 lambs which
they were shipping to their ranches
H. V. Tyler and family were visit
ing at Killarney OB Sunday and Join
ing in die birthday festivities of .1. ,1
McEnlire's eldest son. Jackie,
Mrs. Geo. A. Miller ami son Elvin
of Highview were visiting with Mr
and Mrs. 1 1 ,). Si renter at Cecil on
Congratulations are extended to
Bam Bolin of Buter flute, late of
I'kiah, who carried off the II is prise
Am - ... .... QinMft
twi .ii niui.i , in m lit- i, .-.t hi i ui , .,.
1 ho mime of his partner is not known ,(i(.ki ()f (V(i, wm
to ine writer. . ,, , , ,
Mrs. All Medlock al The
Miss Laura Chandler of Will"'. xjinnMnT
".eek ranch spent Monday evening j w. 'v. ivrdo and niece,
with her school chum, Miss Helen
Streeter, at Cecil.
(Continued on page 4
Gen. BuHard Poses for His Bust
Itoardmau Well Off
Boardman people do not realize
when they are well off. lleason? Mr.
Itoiirdman and Mr Cobb, who return
ed lati-ly from a t r I ft to Ontario snl
UP aroiiml Boise, report tb' tlleds sip
will finish iiarnn, alfalfa frown out ami not un-U-
able to ii I'hey reabed Henujston did I'oey
wash up our cars in
the weather remains
dries up quickly.
Frank Doblp has i. n
the flu for several ilays.
very severe attack of it.
ter, Mrs. Jay Cox. She has been vis
I ting bar mother at Heppner before
coming lo Boardman. She lefl for her
home on Tuesday.
Mrs. Eugene Cummins Is in Boil
land for medical treatment. She has
lieen having difficulty with DM of her
' knees for some lime and went down
'to determine whether It was rheuma
tism or some oilier Innihle.
Boardman friends wen- delighted to
see Sylvester Allclniry In town Mon
day. It is only a few weeks since lie
was so painfully injured. He Is un
able to use one arm much as yet and
has some difficulty lu breathing, as
there is still some pressure from the
I broken ribs, but be is looking well
and everyone on the project Is happy
over bis recovery.
Grandfather Warren Is quite III at
the bomp of bis son, Harry Warren.
April Fool Party
One of the pleasant social affairs pf
Utat week was the April Fool parly,
given Thursday evening by the Ladles'
Aid for the cast of "Miss Molly," the
play given last October. The mofnbers
of the caati the musicians, the direct
ors and the bus drivers and their
wives W re the Invited guest. The
party was given al the ,1. B. Johnson
home. A reception conimllce greeted
(he guests al t lie- door With some noved
hand shakes, The pictures on the wall
hung upside down, mottyes of Merry
Xmaa, Happy New Year, Keep Off the
Grass, Please Do Not Book at This
Sign, etc, were observed upon enter
ing. Games of various kinds were
played. Numerous stunls were mlrlh
plate of perfectly good
fudge candy was eyed wil Ii distrust
and the brave ones who ventured lo
lasle did so very gingerly, anticipat
ing pepper, cotton or some other April
Fool Joke. Fortunes were told, wills
were made, n Jack Horner pie created
his of Amusement as everyone ex
pected lo llnd nothing al Hie end of
the siring, but found a prize Instead.
if laughter cotsbted, sxeryona must
have bad a Jollv lime.
Mr. and Mrs. Bert Bleiikmaii, Mi
and Mrs. Dillon and Opal Waggoner
were unable to attend. Cake, brld;
ice cream, punch, sandwiches and cof
fee were senrved late in the evenln::.
Guests present were: Messrs and Mes
dames Lowell, Spages, .1. O. BUSSell,
N. A. HgCOmber, Misses Edna lliuvli -.
Alice Aldrleh. Barhara Hixoii. Joyce
Wil Ms and Messrs. Howard Packard,
Elmo Bussell and Bov Gldhrcath.
RImo Bussell celebrated
The oiling crew of the highway has ,V n
an.aner eeh. n e. ,. King green a no iik i:i-v ... . .. . k , h,.r nwiio , Nw Vork on the statue of Gen
warm, as the "il rhunld al thin time of ypar. Home ofj firt Lee Billiard, while Iks general poses for the work. The gnersl, now
tie- young alfalfa is frozen arocmP retired, wss the commander of the Second Corps sres. The statue wilt hsv
down with here but nt the obi. There have on It the medals that he Is shown wearing in trie picture, wmen represent uec
He bad a bssfl a number of inquiries regarding! orations from neorly every country In the world.
j real estate. '
moved to Umatilla mid will work out
from that idaee.
Shearing will start Monday Mr
KsjeJa and Mr Montague have a four
man plant and will shear practically
all of the sheep on the project.
Miss Barbara Hlxon returned on
Thursday from Hermlslou. where she
has Is-en under Or. Illsley's care, hav
Ing had a MVSfe cas- of hives. Mrs
J. O. ItiiHtwll has Substituted for her.
Mr. and Mrs Bert Bleakinan to
Icndcd the dance al Hardmaii Bator
:. Mrs. O. H. Warner returned from
I'll! Hook Saturday, where she rtstbtd
Tuesday evening with a de-
blrtbdsy party al his home,
I he Seniors and their friends
Is. Miss Blanche ImUS til
nnaMe to attend because of illness, so
Miss Barbara IBmui plgyed for her.
Progressive rssi was Hie evening's
diversion. A delicious hue h was
lerved, The place cards wi re dainn.
Inn ing pictures of the Senior fiowei
and wire the handiwork of Miss Aid
rich. Guests who enjoyed the occa
sion were: Violet Gllluealli. Thy fS
nnd Thetms Beck. Alice Aldrleh, Bar
ban Hlxofl and Howard Packard
Ed Kiuizle James Howell, Earl Ol
son. Francis Gilbreatb and I be honor
Mr and Mrs. Guy Ia-c for a few days .gucit and bis parents.