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HEPPNER GAZETTE TIMES, HEPPNER, OREGON, THURSDAY, AUGUST 25, 1927.
The Home Economics Club will have
picnic August 28th on the beach at
Castle Rock. The familiea and
friendi of the club members are in
vited to attend. A basket luncheon
will be aerved.
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Hoel of Tort'
land were overnight visitors Thursday
at the Frank Cramer home. Mrs.
Hoel is a daughter of Frank Cramer.
Earl Cramer was a Pendleton visit
or on Wednesday of last week.
Bert Kine, a brother of W. 0. King
drove up in a Dodge touring car last
week, having purchased it in 1 ort
land for W. 0. King. On Sunday they
left for Portland and other points in
the Valley. Mr. King will be absent
a week and then will return to be in
readiness for the opening of school,
having a position as manual training
instructor and athletic coach in the
J. C. Ballenger came home Tuesday
evening from Seaside where Mrs.
Ballenger and Maxene will remain un
til the opening of school.
The elder Mr. and Mrs. Nickerson
had their daughter and family of
Montana and Chas. Nickerson and
family of Shaniko as guests last week.
Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Johnson and
Rachel and Miss Frances Lynch, who
has been a house guest at the John
sons, left Friday by motor for a visit
in Portland. They stopped overnight
at Bear Creek Camp near Wapinitia,
where Diebert Johnson is employed
Mr. and Mrs. Royal Rands and fam
ily drove to Echo Friday for a short
visit. Mrs. Rand's mother, Mrs. Mary
E. Hiatt, accompanied them home for
a short visit.
Leslie Packard and son Howard
came from Bear Creek Camp last
week. They have been working there
with the F. L. Brown crew.
Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Price came last
week from Palouse, Wash., for a visit
at the home of their son, W. A. Price
and family. On Sunday the Prices
motored to Cold Springs for a picnic,
J. H. Imus came home from the
wheat fields where he has been work
ing in harvest.
Mrs, Zoe Matteson of Hecpner and
her mother, Mrs. Chas. McDaniels of
Hardman, were overnight guests Fri
day at the Glen Hadley home. On
Saturday they drove to Pendleton,
Guy Barlow and wife, J. F. Gorham
and Carol Kennedy motored to Hepp
ner Sunday, where Guy purchased a
Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Marschat are
here and nicely located in the 0. H.
Warner house. Mr. Marschat is the
superintendent of the Boardman
Mr. and Mrs. Truman Messenge
and baby were Boardman visitors on
Sunday. They are located at Athena
where Truman has a position with
the State Highway Department.
Rachel Johnson was hostess Wed
nesday evening at a pleasant pi'ty,
having a number of the younger set
as guests. Games of various kinds
were played and later delicious re
freshments were served.
Miss Esther Imus is expected this
week from Pullman where she has
been for some time.
Dorothy and Kenneth Boardman
came home Sunday, the former for a
short vacation from her duties at the
State Library in Salem and the latter
from Turner, Ore., where he has been
employed on a ranch during the sum
mer. Boardman friends will be interest
ed to learn that Doris Healey has a
position as instructor in the high
school at Valsetz, Ore., at an excell
ent salary. She has been taking
some special work at Monmouth this
summer and acting as critic teacher.
Mrs. Chas. Nizer was hostess at the
last meeting of the Home Economics
Club. Guests were Mrs. John Jenk
ins and Miss Faye Darr.
Dr. Rowe, chiropractor of Hermis-
ton, will come to Boardman on Tues
day and Saturday evenings of each
week and patients may consult him
at those times.
Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Mitchell were
dinner guests Sunday at the Ed Kun
John Bailes, who resides on the
south fork of the John Day, was a
visitor last week at the Glen Hadley
Mr. and Mrs. Pat Puttee and chil
dren, E. F. Pattee and Ivy Olson all
came from Condon to attend the fu
neral services of Wayne Hango. Ivy
has been helping her sister at Con
don during harvest.
Oscar Lundell and family and Otto
Stillman of Willow creek were Board-
man visitors Sunday.
The Ladies Aid will serve dinner on
the two days of the Fair. A chicken
dinner will be served the first day
and a lunch the second. Practically
everyone on the project contributes
to this since the fair is for the com
munity and the profits go partly to
the Fair Board and the balance to the
County Agent Chas. Smith and Roy
Fugate were here Sunday and they,
with a group of farmers, met at the
Ed Kunzie ranch where they mixed
poison 'for rabbits. Poison was spread
around at various places.
Mr. and Mrs. Bates and niece and
Mr. McCarty, all of La Grande, were
here for the week end. Messrs. Bates
and McCarty are the owners of the
Mrs. Geo. Spring and Mrs. Ed Kun
zie were Hermiston visitors Monday.
Claude Myers was pleased to have
his sisters here for a visit last week.
Mr. and Mrs. J. Deon and son of
Kalama, Wn., and Mrs. Geo. Bottles
of Woodland came Wednesday, re
maining until Sunday. Mr. and Mrs.
Jake Huffman and daughter of Her
miston came down Sunday for a visit.
They were old negihbors of the Deons
and Mrs. Bottles. A sumptuous din
ner was served by Mrs. Myers.
Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Lingrea and
J. Lingren of Hood River, John Olson
of Prescott and A. Koski of Maygar
have returned to their homes, having
come for the funeral services of
Wayne Hango. Mamie Hango, who
is employed at Pendleton returned
to that place Sunday. Mrs. W. R.
Ashford, another sister, came from
Kelso, her husband coming up Sunday.
Mr. Lallumondicr is aisposing cf
his farming implements, stock, etc.
Joe Muller purchaed his cow,?
W. A. Goodwin came home J!atur-
day night from Hermiston wheie he
has been taking a course of treat
ments from Dr. Rowe. He is much
improved in health.
Mr. and Mrs. A. Porter came "me
Wednesday from Portland. They
were accompanied by Mr. and Mrs.
Joe Porter of Grants Pass.
Carrol Kennedy went to Heppner
Tuesday to bring back a Chevrolet
truck for Gorham's store. Mrs. Z. J.
Gillespie and Ray Barlow accompan
Mr. and Mrs. Glen Hadley motored
to Heppner and Hardman on Thurs
day of last week, returning Friday.
Mrs. Arthur Davies and Miss
Blanche Imus were guests at the Gor
ham home on Tuesday for the day.
Plans are almost completed for the
North Morrow County Fair to be held
in Boardman September 2 and 3. An
other meeting of the board will be
held before the opening of the Fair.
It is hoped that every person on the
project will assist in making this a
success by bringing exhibits.
Funeral services were held Wednes
day afternoon for Wayne Hango, who
passed away Tuesday night at the
home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Chas Hango. Wayne was born May
30, 1907 and was 20 years of age. He
has been an invalid for years from a
spinal affliction and has been para
lyzed for years. A minister from
Hermiston conducted the services
which were held at the Hngo home.
Interment was in the Boardman ceme
tery. There was a profusion of love
ly flowers. Out of town relatives
present were Mrs. W. R. Ashford,
Mamie Hango of Pendleton, sisters
of the deceased, Mr. and Mrs. Pat
Pattee and E. F. Pattee of Condon,
Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Lingren and J.
Lingren of Hood Riven and John Ol
son of Prescott.
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Boardman ranchers have been busy
digging potatoes, a carload having
been shipped through the association.
I Skobo had some huge potatoes,
some ox them weighing as much as
two pounds each.
Rev. A. D. Swogger and family
have returned from tiieir vacation
trip to California where they visited
Mrs. Swogger's parents. Church serv
ices will be conducted as usual each
Sunday except the first Sunday in
each month when an evening service
is held. Sunday school is held each
Sunday at 10:30 a. m.
An interesting Grange meeting was
held Saturday night with a number
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Boardman members served a lunch
and were pleasantly surprised to find
the guests had brought some wonder
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made the Irrigon melon famous, so
a melon feed was enjoyed as well as
punch and cake. Mrs. R. C. Mitchell
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