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HEPPNER GAZETTE TIMES, HEPPNER, OREGON, THURSDAY, APRIL 21, 1927.
MRS. A. T. HEKEIM. Correspondent.
The Home Economics club of the
Grange gave a noodle and chicken
supper Saturday night. This was fol
lowed by an excellent program. A
pantomine Hunt, some musical num
bers! and several other clever selec
tion were well received.
Ray OlBon came home Sunday
morning from Seattle for a Bhort
visit with his parents. He is work
ing with a signal crew of the U. P.
Kings are finally out after eight
weeks of isolation. Ruth and Fran
cine had scarlet fever and the period
ol desquamation extended almost in
terminably. Mrs. Ciuy Barlow came up from an
extended visit with her mother at
Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Smith motored
to The Dalles Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. Leo V. Root motroed
to Hermiston Saturday to be with
Marvin Root and wife who celebrated
their crystal wedding. The men are
Mrs. W. A. Price and son Billie
were Arlington visitors Thursday.
Noel Klitz had a boil on his arm
which became infected. He had to
tpend two days at Hermiston and
has since had to go up frequently
to have his arm dressed. '
Mrs. Mary E. Hiutt of Freewater
it: visiting with her daughter, Mrs.
Royal Rands and family.
The section of the highway here
has been oiled and members of the
oiling crew moved to Umatilla on
Monday. Geo. Agee, Chas. Barnes, Die
bert Johnson, Bud Chaffee and other
local men are employed on the high
way. Mardell Gorham celebrated her
third birthday last Friday when she
had several of her little frionds in
for the afternoon. A hunt for Easter
eggs and other games brought pleas
ure till the birthday cake was served.
Cunning candy eggs were given the
little guests as favors. Those pro
rent were Murdell Gorham, Billie
Price, Irene and Jesse Cox, Echo
Coates, A. T. and Orthun llereim and
Uonna Jane Hands. Incidentally the
mothers enjoyrd the party as much
i.s the children. Mothers present
were Mesdamos Rands, Cox, Coates,
Price, Hereim and Mrs. C. G. Blay
den. Wanda and Don Goodwin of Con
don came Sunday to visit their fa
ther, W. A. Goodwin, who went to
Tnc Dalles on Saturday and remain
ed at the hospital. Mr. and Mrs.
Arthur Goodwin and Betty Jean came
don from Weston also to see the
former's father. They with Maurice
and Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Goodwin all
had dinner together Sunday at the
Goodwin home. Maurice left later
for The Dalles to see his father.
R. Kelly of Portland met with an
accident last week when his car
tipped over as it struck fresh oi. at
too great a speed. The car was
damaged and Mr. Kelly was damnged
petty badly himself. He remained
ft the Highway inn for several days
and left the early part of the week
for The Dalles to have an x-ray made
as it was feared he had a rib or two
Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Skoubo have
another girl. This is their fourth
g.il. Sne arrive! Saturday it Her
miston and weighed 8 pounds.
Mrs. W. 0. King accompanied Mr.
Warner to Hermiston Saturday to
lave some dental work done. She
had three teeth extracted and may be
obliged to have several n ore removed
The first Tuesday evening in May
is the date for the regular meeting
ot the P. T. A. and is the time for the
election of officers. Some have ex
pressed the thought that there really
is no active need of a P. T. A. organ
ization. We will admit that in past
J ears it has used its power more or
less as, a "sword of Damocles" over
the heads of refractory boards or
principals in this particular commun
ity, but there is much splendid work
that can be done through the P. T. A.
and it may become a potent factor in
the community. There is play ground
equipment needed, there is a need for
n.ore social affairs for the young peo
ple, in fact there rae many things
within the scope of the P. T. A. but
if we cannot have concerted effort, it
is best to let the organization lapse
into unconsciousness. Let us have
an expression of opinion at the reg
ular meeting, first Tuesday in May.
Beth Bleakman and Mrs. Matteson
of Heppner were Boardman visitors
Sunday at the Glen Hadley home.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hayse and four
children of Pendleton were visitors
in Boardman Thursday for a short
time, at the Hereim and Gorham
homes. Mr. Hayse was formerly
We are requested to state that the
Adventist church will be dedicated on
Sunday, April 24 at 11 o'clock. Elder
Peterson of Spokane will have charge
of the services.
The Misses Beougher, Silver, Falk
and Mildred Messenger were dinner
guests of Mr. and Mrs. 0. H. Warner
at the Highway Inn.
Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Davis, Mr. and
Mrs. Chas. Goodwin and Jasper Sar
kinson of Castle motored to Hermis
rcn Sunday evening to attend the
Chas. B. Orai and wife of La
Grande were in Boardman Monday.
Mr. Orai is the state weight and
The Eastertide here was character
ized by one of the most severe wind
torms of the season, blowing Easter
bonnets and togs awry but the church
was taxed to capacity and all enjoy
ed hearing the little tots speak.
Church and Sunday school services
were combined. Mrs. Boardman, sup
(rintendent was ill and unable to at
tend so Mr. Calkins presided. There
was special music and Rev. Swogger
t;ave a short talk.
Mr. and Mrs. A. T. Hereim and two
sons were entertained Sunday at a
sumptuous dinner. In the afternoon
the childreti had a merry time hunt
jig Easter eggs.
Gorhams store was robbed again
Wednesday night. A suit of clothes,
cigarettes, knives and similar articles
were taken. Entrance was gained by
breaking the lock on the front door.
This is the third robbery here in the
course of a year.
Mr.- and Mrs. Royal Rands were
hosts at a lovely dinner on Sunday,
April 10, having the Boardmans, Mr.
i.nd Mrs. Harvey Huff and Mary Anne
Chaffee as guests.
The Home Economics club of the
Grange met Wednesday of last week
with Mrs. John Brice. Each !ady
brings a covered dish and when corn
lined makes a treat for Rucullus.
Last Thursday was visiting day and
l lie Boardman teachers visited the
Mrs. W. H. Mefford and Mrs. Leo
lioot were all day guests of Mrs.
Hereim last Wednesday.
Renumber the demonstration train
W ed n e sd ay. April 27 from 8 to 10 n.
m. Be on time if you wish to see the
tine dairy cows and hogs and hear
the- interesting talks. This train is
scheduled to be at Irrigon, Hermiston
and Stanfield on this day and can
not wait till the crowd gathers as
we usually do here.
Mrs. Glen Hadley was hostess
Thursday evening to the Auxiliary
ol the American Legion. Business
was transacted and later refresh
ments were served.
Raisin week is April 25 to 30. This
will be observed by the Union Pacific
on all their diners and foods in which
taisins are used will be featured.
Norma Gibbons wai 13 years of age
and a number of friends were asked
in for the afternoon to help com
memorate the occasion. Games of
various kinds were played and all
had a joyous time judging from the
shouts of laughter. A big birthday
cake was the center of all eyes and
with the ice cream and the goodies
made it a lovely party. Guests were
Mary Anne Chaffee. Ruth Feess, Alice
Cikiiis, Mildred Allen, Sybil Grace
Macomber, Gladys Wicklander, Albert
Boardman, Dallai Wilson, Vernon
Root, Eugene Mingus, Paul Fecss and
Boardman high defeated Hermis
'.on Saturday p. m., April 16 at Board
man to the score of 11 to 2. The
weather was exceedingly disagreeable
but the boys played well. This is
the third victory of the season for
the Boardman team.
Mrs. Daiy Gillespie has accepted
the position as seventh and eighth
grade teacher for next year.
The senior class play, "The Elope
ment of Ellen," will be given proba
bly next week. This will be very
The second annual Morrow County
Declamatory contest will be held at
Heppner Friday evening, Apr. 22. The
representatives from Boardman will
be Mlidred Ayers, "When Jimmy
Comes Home from School," first
grade; "A Mortifying Visitor," Mary
Smith, third grade; "My Sinter Si'e,"
Have You Had
Your Iron Today?
Nothing takes the place of fresh
vegetables to keep the appetite
keen in Spring. They rae the
"stuff" to knock out spring fever.
It's doctor's orders Get your
Season's Best Fresh Daily
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Mary' Chaffee, fifth grade; "Farmer
Whipple," Norma Gibbons, peventh
Boardman high schol baseball team
has an open date for April 29 or May
6 and is in favor of scheduling a re
turn game with Arlington on one of
S. H. Boardman has been looking
over the school grounds and with
his help, Mr. Dillabough, Mr. Kelly
and the high school boys will plant
trees in the vacant places.
The pupils in the grades enjoyed
Order them any day.
We prepare them
to suit the taste.
ED CHINN, Prop.
sn Easter party in each of their
rooms Friday. The primary children
had an egg hunt on the lawn.
Jared Aiken departed on Monday
niirht for Portland, after l.a' ing spent
the week-end in Heppner, visiting
v.ith relatives. Mr. Aiken is connect
ed with the insurance business at
NOTICE OF FINAL SETTLEMENT.
Notice is hereby given that the un
dersigned executrix of the estate of
Frances J. Gordon, deceased, has fll.d
her final account as such executrix
end that the County Court of the
State of Oregon for Morrow Co.inty
lias appointed Saturday, the 21st day
of May, 1927, at the hour of 10 o'
clock In the forenoon of said day as
t,.e time and the County Court Room
in the Court House at Heppner, Ore
gon, as the place of hearing and
settlement of said final account. Ob
jections to said final account most be
fild on or before said date.
BEPSIE J. THOMSON, Execntri.
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