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HEPPNER GAZETTE TIMES, HEPPNER, OREGON, THURSDAY, DEC. 3, 1925.
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Many Boardman farmers are reap
ing a harvest from their turkeys this
fall as turkeys are at an excellent
price. Mrs. John Prutcr who always
has splendid success raisins; the
Thanksgiving birds shipped 47 tur
keys this week for which she received
$187. Walter KnaufT, who raised 216,
shipped 117 of his finest birds and
before shipping the commission man
in Portland told him over the phone
that he was receiving so many poor
birds that if thoBe Knauff shipped
were A-grade he would pay him lfic
or perhaps a cent or so more per
pound. KnaufT shipped 1450 pounds
Mrs. J. C. Ballcneger entertained at
Ladies Aid last Wednesday at her
home. A special Thanksgiving mis
sionary program was given which was
very interesting. This was in charge
of Mrs. S. H. Boardman. It was de
cided to have a sale of cooked foods
the night of the bazaar, which is to
be held Dec. 4. A short program
will be given. Sale opens at 7:30. The
ladies have a splendid selection this
year of plain and fancy articles. A
fish pond of 6 to 10 articles will be
a feature of the bazaar. The host
ess served a light repast to the 20
guests who were present.
C. Robert Wade, representative of
the State Humane Society, was a
guest at the O. H. Warner home last
week. Mr. Wade 4s an old friend of
the Warners having been acquainted
in Yakima. He was in this section
to consult with various persons re
garding the round-up of the wild
horses which roam the hills. These
are to be captured and sent to Port
land to be turned into soap, fertiliz
ers and other by-products. Boardman
farmers who arc trubled with strary
horses each winter will doubtless be
in hearty accord with the plans.
A family dinnqr was enjoyed at the
Mefford home on Sunday with Leo
Root and family, Albert Macomber
and wife and Mr. Csson as guests.
Mrs. Cason is resting easy at the Mef
ford home after her recent injuries
which were sustained when she fell
under the wheels of a wagon when
the team became frightened and ran
away. The accident occurred near
the Mefford home so she was taken
there where she is receiving the best
of care. One rib was broken and she
was bruised quite badly.
Boardman people are seldom ill.
There's a reasoni Last week a doc
tor was called from nearby town
to care for a person who had been
injured. First he demanded to know
whether or not he would be assured
. of his fee, and when Informed that
he would receive his money he came,
and charged the trifling sum of $50
for the trip a mere bagatelle. Such
things probnbly explain why we
Boardman people boast superb health
- we cannot afford to be ill.
Governor Pierce will eat Boardman
Turkey for Thanksgiving. In the early
spring when the governor was here
he visited the KnaufT poultry ranch in
his journey over the project. Mrs.
KnaufT had a bunch of turkey eggs
In her hand and laughingly told the
executive they would send him one of
the turkeys for Thanksgiving, so this
week the Knauff's Bhippcd him a fine
plump 12-pound bird all ready for the
dressing and the oven.
A passing car threw a rock against
the windshield of W. H. Woodnrd's
car as they were driving up near Uma
tilla. The rock shattered the wind
shield and Mrs. Woodard was cut by
flying glass, receiving a bad gash
near one eye and another on the chin.
Mr. Woodard had some teeth loosened
and was a bit bruised.
Boardman friends are glnil to wel
come A. W. Cobb bnck for a short
time. Mr. Cobb wos a former Board
man resident and has recently re
turned from Ellensburg, Yakima, Se
attle and other points of interest
where he has been for several months.
He Is visiting various friends on the
Mrs. Myrtle Bailey and family mo
tored to Cleveland, Wn., on Sunday
and brought Mrs. Beck home with
them. She will probably spend the
winter here. Mrs. Lola Beck of
Roosevelt also come homo with them
and will spend a week at the Bailey
F. C. Dillingham spent the week
end at Walla Walla visiting J. W.
Cobbs and with other old friends and
former neighbors. Dlllinghams lived
at Walla Walla for four years.
The govornmcnt house occupied by
tho Ranslors had a new coat of paint
lately. Mr. Ransier, Mr. Wolfe and
Mr. Corey did the work. The latter
has accepted the position left vacant
by the departure of Mr. Stannion at
the head gate of the West Extension.
Bud Chaffee has returned to his
work ta Wendling, down near Eugene
after several weeks at home. He had
his hand injured in the chain at the
saw mill where he was employed, so
came home until he recovered from
Jack Gorham returned Sunday eve
ning from The Dalles hospital where
he had an operation for the removal
of a growth on his lower lip. He is
feelinc ouite ill but returned nn Tims.
day to have the incision dressed.
A congenial group was gathered
around the table on Sunday afternoon
at the S. H.r Boardman home when
A. W. Cobb was entertained at a
sumptuous dinner. Mrs. A. T. Hereim
and sons were also guests.
Mr. and Mrs. O. H. Warner enter
tained at a dinner on Wednesday eve
ning, when they had the teachers of
the Do Drop Inn as guests, the Misses
Elsie Silver, Ethel Beoughcr and
We have another new family on the
project. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Taylor and
three sons have rented the Usher
place (formerly the John Partlow
ranch) and moved here recently from
Chas. Dillon motored to lone Mon
day with'a load of potatoes. These
tubers are high priced articles at
present and lucky is the rancher who
had an acre or so of them.
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph S. Davis enter
tained Sunday at a delightful dinner
for Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Felchner and
son Paul of Umatilla and W. H. Guild
A number of Thanksgiving dinner
parties are planned. Mr. and Mrs.
Nizer'will entertain the T. E, Broylcs
family and Arthur Humphrey and
Practical Instructions In
By Ruth Wyeth. Spears
Is the Shoulder Flare or the Waist
line Flare Bent for You 7 t
Tho htraiKht coat or the plaited
model usually helps to give the im
pression of added height to the big
ure. The woman whose hips are
broad will do well to avoid a side
liaro. The front flare gives a grace
ful lino but if the cont is to be
worn several seasons one may tire
The coat that flares from the
waistline in the back is most be
coming to the woman who has
straight narrow shoulders as I
hove shown in tho sketch at the
right. The loose rippling coat il
lustrated at the left is especially
good for the figure that is inclined
to have bulging lines across tho
shoulders or the hips.
READERS l If yon have drimaklng
p-flblms let Ruth Wycth Spears solve
them for you. Address hor in cart of
The Doherty brothers of Wells
Springs are clearing 40 acres of land
for Mike Marshall. Mr. Marshall is
an extensive land owner of the west
"To the Ladies" was the movie of
fered Thursday evening. Only a
small crowd attended but the film was
Mrs. M. L. Morgan and sons Bobby
and Billy left Friday for their home
in Pendleton after a week's visit with
her mother, Mrs. H. H. Weston.
Edna Reinhart who has been at
school at Roosevelt came home last
week. She will stay at the Walter
Knauff home for a time.
Esther and Blanche Imus and Clif
ford Olson were guests at an informal
dinner on Sunday at the Claude My
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Knauff and
children were guests at the Tom Mil
ler home on Sunday at a delicious
A snecial meetino nf tho di rpetnra
of the farm loan association was held
at the H. H. Weston home Wednesday.
Mr. end Mrs. Royal Rands, Mrs.
Vaughan Keyes and Dorothy Board
man motored to Pendleton Saturday.
A. M. Mulkey of Silverton is visit
ing his son E. K. Mulkey. Mrs. Mul
key still remains at the hospital.
J. C. Ballenger and wife and daugh
ter returned Monday from a week-end
visit with relatives in Wasco.
Miss Flossie Officer was entertained
at a pleasant dinner Wednesday eve
ning by Mrs. Olive M. Wilson.
R. S. Smith, wife and daughter
Mary returned the latter part of the
week from a trip to Portland.
Leo Gorger from over Wells Springs
way was on the project Monday sell
ing some of his wheat.
Mike Mulligan and Bill Gill took a
fine band of sheep to Castle Rock for
the winter on Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. Bob Micthell and Mr.
and Mrs. Sam Shell motored to Her
miston on Wednesday.
Mrs. Chester M. Kennedy and small
daughter Sybil were week-end guests
at the Davis home.
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Macomber of
Olcx visited Boardman relatives over
Mr. and Mrs. Tom McSloy of Port
land were recent guests at tho Nick
Chas. Huffman of the Boardman
garage has been ill with la grippe for
a few days.
F. F. Klitz is home from Condon
where he has been employed on the
January 1 is the date set for the
Ladies Aid play, "Her Son's Sweet
heart." Eck Warren and wife made a hasty
trip to Heppner Thursday sn busi
ness. Bob Ballenger was an overnight vis
itor at his brother's home last week.
Tho water was turned out of the
canal on Wednesday of last week.
The Smith-Dugan baling outfit is
baling hay near lone at present.
Mr. and Mrs. H. II. Weston spent
Sunday at the W. O. King home.
Young People Married
Nov. 23rd at The Dalles
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Painter have
been spending a few days at the home
of her sister, Mrs. Archie Padberg.
On Mondny, November 23, the young
people motored to The Dalles, where
they were married at the home of
Rev. Chas, Edwards, pastor of the
Methodist church. Miss Dollio Mus
grave, formerly of lone, witnessed
Mrs. Painter was formerly Miss
Betty Allstott, and is the daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Allstott of Rhea
creek. Mr, Painter is a young farmor
of tho north Sand Hollow section,
where he Is engaged in wheat rais
ing. They will be at home to their
friends after December 12,
Regular services will be held at the
Church of Christ in this city on Sun
dny next, Albyn Esson, pastor, in
charge, Preaching both morning and
evening, with Bible school at 10:00
a. m,, and Christian Endeavor at 8:30
p. m. All will bo made welcome at
On Saturday, Dec. 12, the ladies of
Bethel Chapel will hold their annual
bazaar in the chapel rooms.
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Heppner Gazette Times
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STORY BY JEANIE MACPHERS0N
presented Bv ADOLPH ZUKOR aho JESSE L LASKY
The Bible Brought to Life... Revealing the triumphs of Moses, Aaron,
Miriam and the cruel Pharaoh. A Big Picture with an Eternal Message
Star Theater, Sunday-Monday, Dec. 6-7
Saturday, Dec. 5.
OTHER PICTURES OF THE WEEK
"THE CHORUS LADY" Tues.-Weds., Dec. 8-9 "THE SPANIARD"
Thrills, Laughter With Ricardo Cortcz. Better than "The Sheik."