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HEPPNER GAZETTE TIMES, HEPPNER, OREGON, THURSDAY, SEPT. 23, 1926.
MRS, A. T. EBREIM. Correspondent.
Overnight guests Saturday at the
W. A. Price home were Mr. and Mrs.
Phil Stradter and Mr. and Mrs. Chas.
BecVley who were on their way home
to Roseburg from Pendleton where
they attended the Round-Up.
Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Huff came up
from The Dalles for a visit Sunday
with Mrs. Huff's parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Henry Klages. Mr. Klages and sons
returned Saturday from Kinnewick
where they have been working for
some time. On Monday all the Klages
family left for Kennewick to work in
the apples and on their return they
plan to move to Hermiston to the
ranch they purchased this spring.
Mr. Klages plans to go into the poul
try business on an extensive scale.
J. B. Huddleston and sister, Miss
Bess, of Lone Rock were Boardman
visitors Thursday, having disposed of
a number of sheep to local ranchers.
They were dinner guests at the Lee
Mead home while here.
Lowell Spagle spent the week end
at home. He is working in the Val
A number of the Boardman stu
dents departed this week to resume
their work at 0. A. C. Alton Kliti
left Monday. He and Jim Howell are
both sophomores. Earl Olson, who
attended the first semester last year
will return. Leslie Bass, the ferry
man to Blalock Island plans to leave.
He has been a member of the Board
man baseball team this season. Edna
Broyles will not return this semester
but will continue her work in the
Cash Mercantile store.
J. C. Ballenger is home after an
extended stay at Shaniko where he
had a fertilizer pant, grinding sheep
guano for the seed houses.
Rally Day will be held at Sunday
school the second Sunday in October.
It is hoped that a large crowd will
Mr, and Mrs. Dan Ransier are plan
ning a belated vacation trip to Myr
tle Point and the coast. Mr. Ransier
is unable to get away until Oct. 1,
when the water in the canal is us
i.flly turned off. This will be Mr,
Ksnsier's first vacation since he start
ed work as ditch rider here eight or
nine years ago. Ransiers will visit
his sister whom he has not seen for
Mrs. Earl Cramer and Bon Basil
are again in Boardman and Basil has
entered school. They have been in
Portland and for a time were at
Shaniko with Mr. Cramer.
Mrs. Hines of Port Angeles, Wash,
came Friday for a visit with Board
man friends. Mrs. Hines is a for
mer resident of the project and still
owns the 40 acres occupied by Mr,
Mrs. Ed Rietmann was in from the
wheat country one day last week an
visited at the A. A. Agee home. They
were former neighbors, Agees having
lived on a wheat ranch for years.
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Attebury were
pleased to have their daughter, Mrs.
America In the Air
number of the Aid members have
worked diligently for years and it be
comes so easy to take up their la
bors as a matter of course without
any expression of appreciation. A
delicious luncheon was served by the
hostess. Since a business meeting
had not been held since June much
business was transacted. The mis
sionary topic was handled very ably
by Mrs. Boardman and Mrs. Swogcer
told many interesting experiences of
her life in India. It was voted to
send Mrs. Allen to Pendleton to the
Synodical meeting, Oct. 12-13 as a
delegate. Mrs Allen has been the
faithful president of the aid for the
past three years.
Pomona Grange will be held here
Oct. 2 and a large crowd is expected
to attend. Greenfield Grange will
serve both dinner and supper. Gov
ernor Pierce, I. L. Patterson and Bert
Haney have ben asked to attend.
Katherine Brown will return to El
lensburg to resume her studies at the
Washington State Normal.
Uncle Sam vs Daugherty
Upper photo shows Major Her
bert A. Oargue, veteran pilot of
the Army Air Corps, who has been
named Commander of the air ex
pidition the army will send out
from Kelly Field, Texas, to circle
the South American continent.
Below is Lieut. T Cuddihy, who
established a record from Phila
delphia to Washington. The dar
ing birdman made - the trip in
II. E. Nottingham, husband and chil
dren as guests recently. They live in
Lawrence Smith broke his arm
again. This seems to be getting a
habit with him as it is the third time
in a little over a year. This time he
fell from a barrel and broke the same
arm that he did in June.
Mrs. E. T. Messenger entertained
the members of the Ladies Aid at her
spacious home south of town on Wed
nesday. This was the regular busi
ness and missionary meeting which
is always held the second meeting of
the month, and it was also in the na
ture of a welcome home to Mrs. C.
G. Blayden who has been away all
summer in Idaho. Mrs. Blayden is
one of the faithful members of the
Aid and this means was taken by the
organization to express their appre
ciation of her years of service. A
A great number of Lexington peo
ple went to the Pendleton Round-Up
Miss Opal Leach, Miss Maxine Gen
try and Miss Frieda McMillan left
for school Tuesday evening by train.
James Keller left for 0. A. C. last
Alice Palmer left for Pacific uni
versity. Her parents took her down
in the car Monday morning.
Raymond Miller, Glen Sherer and
Rend Gentry left for school Monday
evening by train.
The senior Sunday school class of
the Congregational church gave a
party to the high school last Tuesday
el the Ladies Aid room. The ones
present were: Mrs. George Allyn,
Misses Alice Palmer, Erma Duvall,
Frieda and Eula McMillan, Gwendo
lyn Evans, Mabel Wright, Helen Val
entine, Ruth Dinges, Eva Padberg,
Eva and Doris Wilcox, Mary Slocum,
Mae Gentry, and Marion and Elmer
Palmer, Wayne McMillan, Delvin Ad
The Government in its case
against former alien property cus
todian Thomas W. Miller and
former Attorney General Daugher
ty, will be represented by the
present District Atty. Emory E.
Buckner, at Washington. Miller
and Daugherty are charged with
plotting to defraud the govern
ment of their "good and honest
Clef Miller, Emmett Kuns, Charles
Wilcox, James Leach, Vernon War
ner and Willford Ward. Everyone
had a swell time.
Mrs. Sadie Lewis was moved to
Walla Walla from Hot Lake. She Is
staying with her daughter, Mrs. Elsie
Miss Elsie Tucker has been visiting
in the Valley for several months. She
may be home soon to attend school.
Gerald White, accompanied by Ed-
kins, Edward Rice, James and Ed
ward Keller, Edward Burchell, Or
ville Cutsforth, Benny, Raymond and
- 'i ii ihf
ward Rice, drove truck to Walla
Walla Wednesday and returned
Thursday evening. Gerald took aome
cattle for the farmers of this section.
Mrs. Gerald White gave a party in
honor of her Sunday school class and
high school girls last Thursday at
her home. The girls present were:
Maxine Gentry, Frieda McMillan,
Ruth Dinges, Eva Padberg, Mary Slo
cum, Eula McMillan, Mabel Wright,
Gwendolyn Evans, Mae Gentry and
Marie Breashers. All of the girU
had a fine time and left early because
of school next day.
Mr. and Mrs. George Peck and fam
ily and Elmo Nolan spent the vaca
tion days in Idaho.
W. 0. Hill and son Herman went to
Portland Saturday night by train and
Miss Padberg spent a few days with
Mary Slocum last week.
Mrs. Leach-McMillan left with her
girls Tuesday night.
Grandmother McMillan has been ill
but is better now.
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