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HEPPNER GAZETTE TIMES, HEPPNER, OREGON, THURSDAY, APRIL 28, 1927.
MRS. A. T. HEfiEIM. Correspondent.
Mrs. Frank Anderson and daughter
June of London motored over to
spend Sunday with the former's fath?
er, W. A. Goodwin.
Mrs. 0. H. Warner was called to
Redding, Calif., by a telegram Sun
day. She had planned to leave Sat
urday of this week. She will visit
her daughter Mrs. John Heck and
The Adventists held dedication
services Sunday evening at their
church. A number of out of town
people were in attendance.
A number of Boardman folks have
been having another flu attack this
week. Mrs. Frank Cramer, Mrs. Roy
al Rands and mother, Mrs. Hiatt, are
among the victims.
Mr. and Mrs. C. G. Blayden are
'greatgrandparents, a 6-lb. daughter
having arrived at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. 0. Olson at Clatskanie on
April 20. Mrs. Olson was Gladys
Paine and spent several yea,rs of her
The Ladies Aid gave a movie
"Irene" Saturday night. Some por
tions of the film contained features
that were not exactly the most de
ferable but it is a difficult matter to
find a film that does not portray some
of these characteristics.
Boardman friends are pleased to
hear of the arrival of Glen Edward
Carr, at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Clyde Carr at San Francisco, April 1.
Mr. Carr was the manual training
teacher here last year.
The H. B. Hawkins family are quar
antined with scarlet fever.
A. Porter has been a Portland vis
itor for several days.
May 8th is the date set for the Bac
calaueate sermon which will be held
at the church. Rev. D. F. Thompson
of Portland will deliver the address.
On May 12 the commencement exer
cises will be held. W. S. Gleisen will
be the speaker of the evening. Mr.
Gleisen was the commencement ora
tor here two years ago.
Mrs. Lee Mead was a Heppner vis
A number of Boardman people mo
tored to Heppner Friday to attend the
county declamatory contest. All en
joyed the trip and while sorry we
did not return with first prizes, were
glad to bring back two seconds. Mil
dred Ayers, one of the contestants,
was Unable to attend. Norma Gib
bons, Mary Smith and Mary Chaffee
were the Boardman representatives.
Ttailcngers, Kellys, Mrs. Chaffee, For
tiers, Mrs. Gorham, and several of the
The Home Economics class of the
Grange met Wednesday at the A. B.
Chaffee home. A most delicious cov
ered dish luncheon was enjoyed.
Geo. Gross and family were guests
Sunday at a lovely dinner at the 0.
B. Olson home.
Mrs. 0. H. Warner and Mrs. J. M.
Allen attended the beautifully ap
pointed dinner Friday evening, May
22, held in the Indian Grille of the
Multnomah hotel in Portland. These
dinners are given through the cour
tesy of Robert S. Dollar of the steam
ship line, who has given so generous
1 to the pension fund for aged min
isters. Over 600 guests were present
and an address by Rev. Thompson,
moderator of the Presbyterian church
was One of the chief features of the
evening. Mrs. Warner returned home
on Saturday morning but Mrs. Allen
remained for several days to visit
with old friends.
The Misses Ethel Beougher and El
sie Silver were guests Sunday at the
Boardman home at a most delightful
Al Hiatt of Echo visited for a short
time Thursday at the Royal Rands
Boardman folks are busy replant
ing gardens as all early garden was
frozen by the late visit of Jack Frost
Mrs. S. H. Boardman left Friday
morning for Portland where she will
attend another of the meetings of the
. The senior clam play, "The Elope
ment of Ellen" will be held Saturday
The County Agent will show a
moving picture film May 3 at the
tchoo! nouse on bees. This is a dem
onstration film and is free of charge.
Mr. and Mrs. Lee Mead extended
their hospitality Sunday at a lovely
dinner, having Mr. and Mrs. J. F.
Gorham and children as guests.
Boardman golf fans have organized
a golf club called the Doring Coif
ciub, named for Carl Doring who laid
out the course. This is quite a pop
ular diversion and Boardman is be
coming the Mecca for many on Sun
days. Membership is $5 per and the
money is used for the upkeep of the
Iiobby Smith won Carl Doring's
golf button Sunday on the first nine
holes but the second round Carl won
The high school students enjoyed
another of their popular weenie
roasts Tuesday evening at the Green
house on the river.
Riebert Johnson camo home for a
few hours Sunday. He is driving for
Churchill who has charge of the oil
ing crew and is headquartered at
Pendleton at present. Rachel went
back to Pendleton with him and re
turned home on a late train.
Mrs. Claude Myers plans to leave
this week for Portland to visit Mr.
Myers' mother who is a. patient at
Emanuel hospital since a fall several
weeks ago when her hip was broken.
John Brice and wife were called to
Vancouver Tuesday to attend the fu
neral services of a niece of Mr. Brice
who passed away Sunday evening.
Frank Otto came home Moi.day
from a trip to his old home in Ger
many, bringing back a charming
bride. Mr. Otto was one of the pros
perous bachelors of the project and
made two trips to Germany in recent
years. Mrs. Otto is a pretty brunette
and as yet speaks no English.
The shearing crew started work
Tuesday morning at the Marshall
ranch. The Turner crew has charge
cf the work.
Mr. and Mrs. George Browning and
daughter of Portland have been visit
ing Mr. and Mrs. Bert Bleakman and
family and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Mc
Daniel. They are on their way to
their new home at Nampa, Idaho.
Miss Myrtle Engstrom of McPher
son, Kansas, Mrs. C. Anderson of Se
attle, Mrs. Madena GustavBon and
Mrs. II. Lewis of San Francisco are
visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
. K. Johnson.
Mrs. Zoe Matteson was a visitor at
the home of Mrs. Mary McDaniel on
Mr. and Mrs. Blaine Chapel were
visitors here Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Elmer McDaniel and
children were visiting here Sunday.
Mrs. C.E. Leathers of Parkers Mill
whs a visitor at the home of Mrs. 0.
H. Leathers Saturday.
Mrs. Annie Saling spent the week
end in Hardman.
The Hardman baseball nine beat
the Dry Fork Granger's team Sunday
by a score of 15 to 7. This is the
first game played and both teams
show some weak points. We are ex
pecting a much better game here next
Sunday, May 1st.
Mrs. Lorena Isom and Margaret
Swift visited Mrs. Francis Sperry on
W. H. Ayers was a visitor here last
Charles Knighten and Frank Howell
were visitors in town Monday.
Reid Buseick, who made a business
visit to Canyon City and also to the
Buseick ranch north of Hamilton the
end of the past week, reports that
conditions as to weather have been
quite similar in Grant county to what
we have had here. As it is now
warming up grain and grass condi
tions are improving. Reid also took
time to have a visit at the home of
his brother, Dempiey Boyer, at Mon
ument, before returning home.
Mrs. Dcssa Copenhaver was a vis
itor over the week-end at Heppner
from her heme in Pendleton.
NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE OF
Notice is hereby given that by vir
tue of an execution and order of sale,
issued out of the Circuit Court of
the State of Oregon for Morrow
County, to me directed, and dated Ap
ril 25th, 1927, in that certain suit in
said court wherein I. L. Patterson,
Thos. B. Kay and Sam A. Kozer, con
stituting the State Land Board of the
State of Oregon, recovered judgment
against Glenn A. Ball and Lydia M.
Ball, his wife, for the sum of $750
with interest at the rate of 6 per cent
.er annum from February 9, 1925;
"he further sum of $100 attorneys'
foes und costB ar.d disbursements in
the sum of $15. Said Court also on
said date ent?red a decree for the
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
Phelps Grocery Company
TVvr-Hr TrJ1oro in prizes offered for the
r UI ly JJUlldl b three best loaves of light
bread, three best lots of light biscuits, and three best
cakes. Contest open to everyone complying with the
1 . Each contestant must present a sales slip
from HIATT & DIX or THE BROWN
WAREHOUSE for one 49-lb. sack of
PRINCESS FLOUR. Also a signed
statement that the exhibit was made
from Princess Flour.
2. Each entry becomes the property of the
Rhea Creek Grange and will be sold by
them on May 14th.
3. Each contestant may enter as many ex
hibits as they desire.
4. Exhibits will be received Friday after
noon at HIATT & DIX'S store and all
entries MUST be in by 9:30 a. m., Sat
urday, May 14th.
Class 1 Light Bread ( 1 loaf) .
1 st Prize $10.00; second prize 2 sacks
Princess Flour; 3rd prize 5-lb. can of
Schilling's Best Baking Powder.
Class 2 Light Biscuits (1 dozen).
1 st prize, $5.00; 2nd prize, 1 sack of
Princess Flour; 3rd prize, 2 1-2-lb can
Schilling's Best Baking Powder.
Class 3 Cake, 1 cake, Angel Food barred
1 st prize, $1 0.00; 2nd prize, 2 sacks of
Princess Flour; 3rd prize, 5-lb. can of
Schilling's Best Baking Powder.
Brown Warehouse Co. -:- Hiatt & Dix
foreclosure of the plaintiff's ir.ort
gufe and sale of the hereinafter de
cribed real property
I will, on the 28th day of May, 1927l
at the hour of 10 o'clock A. M. of said
day at the front door of the County
Court house in Heppner, Oregon, of
fer for sale and sell to the highest
bidder for cash in hand, all of the
following described real property in
Morrow County, Stato of Oregon, to-wit:
IN THE KITCHEN
housewives know the certified
faith they can depend on with
Alfalfa Lawn Dairy Milk and
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ED CH1NN, Prop.
The Northwest quarter of Sec
tion 10 in Township 3 South,
Range 23 E. W. M.
or so much of said real property as
may be necessary to satisfy the plain
tiff's judgment, including costs, at
torney's fees, and accruing costs of
Dated and first published April
Sheriff of Morrow County, Oregon.
NOTICE OF FINAL SETTLEMENT.
Notice is hereby piven that the un
dersigned executrix of the estate of
Frances J. Gordon, deceased, has filed
her final account as such executrix
end that the County Court of the
State of Oregon for Morrow Coanty
lias appointed Saturday, the 21st day
of May, 1927, at the hour of 10 o'
clock in the forenoon of said day at
tue 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 must be
fild on or before said date.
BEFSTE J. THOMSON, Executrix.
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