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HEPPNER GAZETTE TIMES, HEPPNER, OREGON, THURSDAY, MAY 26, 1927.
MRS. A. T. HBREIM. Correspondent
J. 0. RuBsell and wife stopped for
a short visit in Boardman Thursday
on their way to Ooldendale, Wn.,
where they attended graduating exercises.
John Chaffee Injured his finger one
day las tweek. It caused him much
pain and on Friday he was taken to
Hermiston to the doctor who lanced
it. It seems to be healing nicely.
State exams will be held June 9th
and 10th according to the report of
the county superintendent. Only two
Boardman pupils received their diplo
mas. Dallas Wilson and Gladys Wick
lander. Those who failed in the May
exams will be given another oppor
tunity at this time.
Mrs. Royal Rands and Donna Jane
came home Friday from a pleasant
visit with her children near Bickle
Marie Hango came home last week
from an extended visit in Kelso, May
ger and Hood River.
Mrs. Ralph Humphrey and baby left
Suturday for Colfax, Wn., for a 10
days visit with relatives.
Mr. and Mrs. S. H. Boardman were
guests for dinner Monday evening of
last week at the C. S. Calkins home.
The Home Economics club met on
Wednesday with Mrs. Nick Faler. The
usual sumptuous dinner was enjoyed.
Plans were completed for the pro
gram to be given by the various or
ganizations Saturday night, June 4.
E. T. Messenger left Thursday night
for Kingman, Kan., to be with his
father who was very low.
Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Gorham, Mrs.
Frank Cramer and Norma Gibbons
motored to Pendleton one day last
week to consult Dr. McKenzie. Mrs.
Gorham, Mrs. Cramer and Norma
each had glasses fitted.
Mrs. Allegra Feess and children
have been much entertained since the
close of school. They were guests at
the R. C. Mitchell home, the C. S.
Calkins and at the Jess Allen home
Mrs. C. S. Calkins entertained a
congenial group Tuesday afternoon
at her home. The afternoon was spent
in sewing and later a delicious lunch
eon was served. Guests were Mrs. C.
W. Mead of Portland, MrB. Lee Mead,
Mrs. Allegra Feess and Mrs. A. T.
Faiers had a house full of guests
over the week end. On Saturday John
Leonard, Thelma Kennedy, Lester
Cox and Grace Stillman of Portland
were guests. They were enroute to
Pendleton. On Sunday Mr. and Mrs.
Currey of Portland were guests. Leo
Currey who has been making his home
with the Faiers went home with his
father for a visit. On Monday Mrs.
Harry Schriever and Bobby of Lex
ington, Mr. and Mrs. W. J. McNeil,
Gordon McNeil, Mr. and Mrs. T.
Thompson and Olive were visitors at
the Faler home. They left Monday
afternoon for Portland.
Mrs. Robert Wilson was an Arling
ton visitor Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. Guy Lee and Douglas
Miller stopped in Boardman a short
time Friday enroute to their home
In Perrydale for the summer.
W. A. Goodwin came home Friday
from The Dalles where ho has been
at the hospital.
W. L. Brown of Waitsburg was a
guest at the home of his son Ray
Brown and family last week.
Victor Porter and wife of Portland
were visitors at the home of his par
ents Mr. and Mrs. A. Porter.
Some of the members of the Fair
beard motored to Irrigon Friday night
to attend a meeting. County Agent
Smith came over from Heppner for
Mr. Burton and wife have moved to
Hermiston where the former is em
ployed in B. S. Kingsley's store.
Adolf Skobos had new potatoes last
week. Has anyone had any earlier?
Some ripe strawberries have been had
but they ripen very slowly because of
the unusually cold weather.
Ray Olson was home from Seattle
and Clifford from Portland over the
Nellie Messenger came home Sun
day from a two weeks' visit in Port
land. Her brother Uram Messenger
and wife were over Sunday guests at
the Messenger home as were Alvin
Wantland and Dcgacis Wicks of Port
land. A sumptuous dinner was served
Sunday for all the guests at the Mes
senger home. Mr. and Mrs, M. K.
Flickinger were also guests.
Mr. and Mrs. Nate Macomber and
Sybil Grace motored to Pilot Rock
Robert Rayburn has set out 6400
sweet potato plants on his acreage
just west of town.
Blanche Imus left Sunday night for
Cheney, Wn., where she will attend
summer school. A farewell party
was given for her Sunday evening at
the O. B. Olson home. A merry time
was had with music, games and a
sumptuous repast late in the evening.
Guests were Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Imus
and family and Geo. Gross and fam
ily. Kenneth Boardman expects to leave
this week for Turner, Ore., near Sa
lem for the summer. He is a hay
fever victim and is going to escape
the ravages of this unpleasant mal
ady. Jim Howell recently purchased a
fine bull calf from the herd of Hol
steins at Hot Lake, owned by Dr.
Phy. It is a registered animal.
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Bleakman of
Heppner, Mrs. M. Elder and son Joe
and daughter Marjery of Monument,
came Saturday for a visit at the
Glen Hadlcy home. Bleakmans and
Joe Elder left the same day but Mrs.
Elder and daughter remained for sev
School election will be held June
20. A director and clerk are to be
elected. Several candidates have been
The second Sunday in June is Chil
dren's Day. Special exercises will be
Robert Bradley and wife motored
over from Ellensburg, Wn., and spent
Sunday and Monday at the J. L. Jen
kins home. This is the first oppor
tunity friends and relatives have had
to meet Mrs. Bradley. On Sunday
evening they were dinner guests at
the Lowell Spagle home and Monday
they were entertained at luncheon at
the Leslie Packard home.
Edward and Victor Forsty and El
mer Rysler were guests Sunday at
the Hango home. They were on their
way to their home in South Dakota
from Hood River.
Mr. and Mrs. A. Porter extended
their hospitality on Sunday when they
entertained several friends at a lawn
party. An elaborate picnic luncheon
in Spring as
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was enjoyed. Guests were Mr. and
Mrs. Leslie Packard, Mr. and Mrs.
Duggann, Ralph Davis and wife, Mrs.
Lowell Spagle and Mr. and Mrs. J. C.
Mrs. Ralph Davis plans to leave this
v.eek for a visit with friends at Gate
W. A. Price has purchased the hard
ware stock from Mr. Roush and has it
moved to the lumber yard.
Elfin Lester and wife came up Sat
urday night from Arlington.
The Legion and Auxiliary gave a
movie, "Whispering Smith," Saturday
No Memorial Day exercises were
held here. A special sermon was de
livered Sunday by Rev. Swogger.
A rabbit belonging to Geo. Gross
broke a record last week when she
presented her owner with 16 young
Mrs. E. Myers, the aged mother of
Claude Myers, is reported to be im
proving. She fell some time ago and
broke her hip and was in a serious
condition for several weeks.
Deibert Johnson spent Sunday and
Monday at the parental home.
Mrs. Chan. Nizer spent the day
Monday at the John L. Jenkins home.
Mrs. Jess Allen and her committee
entertained Wednesday at the Silver
Tea which is held the fist Wednesday
in each month. A pleasant time was
had and the. hours passed quickly.
Some duilt blocks were pieced for
the Indian Mission school.
Mr. and Mrs. J .C. Ballenger re
turned Saturday from a motor trip
to southern Oregon, stopping at Klam
ath Falls, Medford, Bend and many
other places. They were dinner
guests one day at Ocean Lake at the
Harry Warren home.
A picnic dinner was given Sunday
at the Chas. Nizer home by the Home
Economics club of the Grange in hon
or of Mr. Nizer who so kindly made a
locker for the Grange. This was sup
posed to have been a surprise but one
SUMMER EXCURSION FARES
IN EFFECT MAY J2 TO SEPT. 30
RETURN LIMIT OCTOBER 31,1927
ROUND TRIP TO
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DES MOINES 81.55
ST. LOUIS 85.(10
NEW YORK 151.70
Low fares also to other points In
Middle West, South and East,
Liberal $topovn ptrmit vhiting
Zlon National Park
Grand Canyon National Park
Yellowstone National Park
Rocky Mountain Nat'l Park
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Reservations and Information,
address Agent named below.
C. DARBEE, Agent
Now is a good time to contract your
QUALITY, STRENGTH, SMOOTH-
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of our stock. You will be surprised at
what we have to offer.
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Phones: Warehouse 643, Residence 644
ORDERS TAKEN THIS WEEK FOR
3-layer brick contains French Vanila, Vic
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DELICIOUS NORMAN ICE CREAM
We carry the bulk.
1 HOLT Combine, 16 ft. cut, 45 H. P.
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33 Head Mules. Average size. Will sell
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Address STATE BANKING DEPT.,
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of the members who reported the af
fair inadvertently neglected to men
tion this fact so on Saturday Mr. Ni
zer read of the impending event. All
had a delightful time even though
the surprise was not on the honor
guest. 38 were present.
A number of farmers have Btarted
haying because of the cheat. The
crop is quite short because of the
cold spring and being cut before it
Ballengers motored to Pendleton
on business Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs. Martin Bauernfiend,
Ista Bauernfiend and Misses Martha
and Juanita Wilson were visiting Mr.
and Mrs. J. A. Troedson Monday eve
ning. Mrs. Pat Medlock spent Sunday
with Mrs. Raymond Pettyjohn.
Geneva Pettyjohn is working for
Mrs. John McDevitt of lone.
Mrs. C. O. Horning and daughter,
Elizabeth and Hal Jones of Gresham
spent Sunday and Monday with Mrs.
"Look for the Sign"
Anything for the Car.
Information of the City.
LADIES' REST ROOM
One-half mile east of Shrine
Hospital on Sandy Blvd.
Phone Gar. 2521 Day or Night
E. L. Woodard, Prop.
2280 SANDY BLVD.
Lots of rain. Lots of
We have the CHENEY
new, improved revolv
We have the new light
draft SNIDER Weeder.
A new blade weeder on
three wheels, does the
work of 2 14-ft. blades
of the old type.
Spring tooth harrows
are good weed killers.
Mowers and Rakes
We Have It, Will Get It, or It
is Not Made.
GILLIAM & BISBEE
Homing's sister, Mrs. R. E. Harbison.
Miss Dorothy Canfield of Portland,
teacher of the Bible school here last
year, visited a few days with friends
here the last week.
The daily vacation Bible school
closed Sunday with a picnic and pro
gram at Minor's grove .
Edith Ely spent Sunday night with
Beulah and Geneva Pettyjohn.
Mr. and Mrs. Fay Pettyjohn of
Heppner spent Sunday with Mr. and
Mrs. Pat Medlock.
Mr. and Mrs. H. O. Ely were calling
on Mr. nad Mrs, N. E. Pettyjohn on
Bob Lowe, Hershal Townsend and
Rood Elckaberry were calling at the
N. E. Pettyjohn home Sunday evening.
Misses Martha and Juanita Wilson
left Sunday for California. Elvin
Ely accompanied them as far as Ar
lington. Fred Pettyjohn of the Willows is
well on the road to recovery.
Spring friers for sale; furnished
alive or dressed. Phone 1112, city. 7tf
We All Agree-
That: TOMORROW is a word too of
ten used in framing an excuse.
That: SEEDS never grow until plant
ed. That: DOLLASS do not increase un
less they are set to earning in
terest. That: TO WAIT for the ship to come
in may result in a big disap
pointment. That: PUTTING AWAY a portion of
your income as soon as you re
ceive it is hte only safe way to
That: POSTPONING starting an ac
count until you have a large sum
may result in never having one.
That: YOUR SURPLUS will grow
faster here than in your pocket.
This is just enough to get what
we are driving at
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