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HEPPNER GAZETTE TIMES, HEPPNER, OREGON, THURSDAY, NOV. 24, 1927.
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Mr. and Mrs. John Glasscock and
Mri. Maurice Smead drove up from
Portland Tuesday to spend Wednes
day at the home of Mr, and Mrs. W.
W. Smead, celebrating the birthday
anniversary of Mrs. Smead. One en
joyable feature of the day was a big
turkey dinner, spread in honor of
Mrs. Smead and enjoyed by the mem
bers of the family that could be pres
ent at this time.
Cole Smith, manager of Farmers
Elevator company at lone, was in
Heppner a short time on Wednesday.
That part of the county received an
other good soaking rain Tuesday
night, bringing the total rainfall for
the fall season up to close to six
inches and Mr. Smith thinks there
will be heavy grain production in that
portion of Morrow county the com
ing crop season.
Ture Peterson, proprietor of lone
meat market, was called to this city
Wednesday on business. He states
his locality is getting so wet that it
will never dry out again, and the crop
prospects for another season were
never better than now.
Experienced woman cook, unem
cumbered, wants position on ranch or
in camp; capable of full charge. Box
364, Heppner. 87-8
It was erroneously reported last
week that A. A. Ayers had received
a broken arm. It was Geo. Agee who
was the unfortunate person.
Thanksgiving time was character
ized by many elaborate dinners at
various homes. A congenial group
gathered at the J. R. Johnson home
on Thursday with covers laid for 16.
Turkey and chicken with all the ac
cessories were enjoyed by the Board
man family, Mr. and Mr9. L. G. Smith
and daughter, Mrs. Marguerite John
son and son, W. A. Price and family,
the Johnsons and Miss Ethel Beough
er. Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Packard pre
sided at a marvelous dinner on
Thanksgiving. Both turkey and goose
graced the festive board. The for
tunate guests were Mr. nad Mrs. J.
L. Jenkins and family, Mr. and Mrs.
A. Porter, Mr. and Mrs. Lowell Spa
gle, Elmer Westerfelt, Mr. and Mrs.
Frank Otto and Mike Mulligan.
Earl, Clifford and Ray Olson were
all home for Thanksgiving as was
Mrs. Pat Pattee and two children. A
pleasant time was enjoyed at this
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Niier, Mr. and
Mrs. Eck Warren, John Brice and
family, and Tom Brew all partook
of a sumptuous no-host dinner on
Thanksgiving at the Niser home. On
Sunday another turkey dinner was
enjoyed by the same group at the
Eck Warren home. This was also
a no-host affair. Present with the
Warrens were the Nizers, Mr. and
Mrs. Percy Bates, Mr. and Mrs. Imus
and daughter Ona, John Brice and
family, Carl Ayers and Tom' Brew.
Barbara and Elvola Root of Her
mlston were guests of Evelyn Mefford
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Mefford and
children and Ruel Knowtton were
Thanksgiving guests at the W. H.
Everett Hadley of Hardman is vis
iting at the home of his uncle, Glen
Mr. Roush and Ed Mason of Port
land and Madras were guests "here
Madelyn Fanning of Pilot Rock vis
ited her friend Sybil Grace Macom
ber over the week-end.
Mr. nad Mrs. Chas. Goodwin ex
tended their hospitality on Thurs
day. An elaborate Thanksgiving din
ner was partaken of by Mr. and Mrs.
Ralph Davis and sons, W. A. Good
win and son Maurice and Jasper Sar
kinson of Castle Rock.
It is reported that Mrs. Beeks was
taken to Pendleton to the hospital
on Sunday. Mrs. Beeks is a daughter
of Mr. Dingman and she and her hus
band have been living in Mr. Ray
burn's house for some time.
A window in the Boardman school
house was jimmied Saturday night
and entrance made. Food from the
cafeteria was taken and some money
from the teachers' desks.
W. H. Mefford has been unloading
a carload of lumber for W. A. Price.
Chas. Baines was a guest of the
Warners at the Highway Inn on
A good show was given Saturday
night at the Boardman theater. A
Deibert Johnson returned home
Thursday evening from Wasco where
he visited relatives.
The next Silver Tea will be given
at the home of Mrs. Royal Rands on
Wednesday, Dec. 7. Everyone is in
vited to attend.
Mr. and Mrs. Doyle Hubbel enter
tained at their first Thanksgiving
dinner nartv Thursday, having Mr.
and Mrs. A. A. Agee and daughter
Erma, Geo. Agee, Mr. and Mrs. Adolt
Skoubo and four daughters, Mr. and
Mrs. Christopherson and Mr. and
Mrs. Shaffer. Mrs. Christopherson
and Mrs. Shaffer are sisters of Mrs.
Hubhel. The Hubbels were married
early this fall and are living on the
T. E. Broyles ranch on the East End.
Bert Richardson and family were
guests Thursday at the Nela Kris
tensen home at a lovely dinner. '
Mrs. Hill who has been working at
the Jim Agee ranch in the wheat
country has returned to uoaraman.
The teachers have returned to
Boardman after pleasant vacation
jaunts. Miss Falk went to her home
In Salem, Miss Henry to Athena, Miss
Chapman to Hood River, Miss Leath
er, to Portland. Miss Beougher who
had planned to go to Bend found she
could not make good connections so
Mrs. Lee Mead and children re
turned home Sunday from The Dalles
where they visited relatives for sev
Nicholas Muller run a locust thorn
Into his hand last week. Infection
set In and blood poisoning resulted,
He was taken daily to Hermiston
but hospitalisation was deemed nec
essary and on Saturday Mr. Marschat
took the lad to Heppner to the hos
pital. Nicholas is an adopted son
of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Muller and Is a
pupil in the second grade at the
Mrs. Allegra Feess and children,
Paul and Ruth, were guests at the
C, S. Calkins home on Thursday at
a royal feast.
Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Marschat were
dinner guests at the W. 0. King
home on Turkey Day. A huge tur
key sent to Mrs. .Marschat by her
mother from Idaho formed part of
Boardman high was victorious over
Bickleton in a basketball game Sat
urday night at Bickleton. The Board
man boys were much heavier than
their opponents so defeated Bickle
ton 84 to 4.
Mr. and Mrs. Guy Lee and baby
were holiday guests of Mr. and Mrs.
Warner at the Highway Inn. They
returned to their home in Pilot Rock
Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Cooney and
Mary Maxene, and J. H. Imus and
family and Blanche Imus, who was
visiting here from Pullman, were
guests at the Gross home on Thanks
giving. A fine turkey, the gift of
the Cooneys furnished the piece d'
resistence for the sumptuous meal.
Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Gorham and Mrs.
A. T. Herein and sons were Pendle
ton visitors Friday. Janet Gorham
who had been ill for a week was
taken to a doctor who stated she had
a case of trench mouth. This is
similar to the epidemic here last
year. She has recovered nicely and
is back at school again.
Mrs. Ingaard Skoubo is getting
along nicely after her recent opera
tion and will be home shortly.
The Home Economics club gave a
Thanksgiving dance at the school
houBe Thursday night. Good music
and a good floor made it a pleasant
A. Skoubo Is plowing up several
more acres of alfalfa this fall. He
will have 16 acres ready for vetch
shortly. Doyle Hubbel is plowing
up a number of acres of alfalfa on
the Broyles farm. He will seed wheat
on it. ,
Catherine Brown and girl friend
Margery Landry were here for the
Thanksgiving holidays, coming Wed
nesday night. They left on Sunday.
Catherine is teaching at Cleveland,
Wash., and Miss Lnadry also teaches
in that vicinity.
Ray Brown is home from Mitchell
where he has been with the F. L.
Brown construction crew. Browns
and Miss Landry were guests at the
Robt. Wilson home for Thanksgiving
Another of the many delicious
dinners that were given the past
week was that over Which Mr. and
Mrs. Adolf Skoubo presided on Sun
day, when they had Mr. and Mrs.
Claude Myers and two children and
Ingaard Skoubo and sons as guests.
Mr. and Mrs. T. E. Broyles were
hosts at a lovely dinner on Thursday.
have proved the value of
DRY GROUND FEED
Our Attrition Mill grinds any
grain to any degree of fineness.
Guests were Mr. and Mrs. Ralph
Humphrey, H. H. Weston and wife
and Chas. Dillon and family.
Chas. and Bill Harrington were
guests at the Cason home on Thanks
giving. W. H. Mefford loaded a car of hay
from his ranch this week which was
sold to Ira Berger of Portland. '
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Spring and Mrs.
Hick Faler came home Sunday from
Portland where they have been vis
iting the past week. They took 84
turkeys with them which they sold
to friends and acquaintances in
The Blaydens and Carl Doring
were guests at the Gorham name in
Thanksgiving at a turkey dinner.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Cramer, Earl
Cramer and son Basil were gueits at
a lovely dinner Thursday at the
Glen Hadley home.
Mr. and Mrs. Dan Ransier and
family went to Echo for their
Thanksgiving and were entertained
at the home of Mrs. Ransier's bro
ther. Miss Blanche Imfs left Saturday
uight for Pullman after spending the
holidays with her parents.
The history of Boardman is replete
with incidents of neighborly acts
that would fill a small volume with
the much sought for "heart interest"
feature. One of the kindliest deed?
was shown recently when a number
of the local ranchers went to the
Chas. Wicklander ranch to heln him
harvest his potatoes. Mr. Wicklander
had eleven acres of potatoes. A few
weeks ago he broke his arm, and on
Wednesday a number of members of
the Irrigon Grange went down ai.d
helped pick up potatoes. On Friday,
Saturday and Sunday other residents
of the project did likewise. The wo
men of the Home Economics club pre
pared dinner for the men on the
The Home Economics club met
Wednesday with Mrs. A. B. Chaffee.
A delicious luncheon was enjoyed
by those present. A short business
session was held in the afternoon.
Jay Cox and family moved to Rufus
this week where Mr. Cox is employed.
Boardman people were shocked Tu
esday morning to hear of the death
of Charlie Attebury. He was unload
ing hay at the car when he suddenly
dropped dead. At this writing noth
ing definite has been decided on ir,
regard to funeral arrangements.
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Never before have we shown a more com
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Our Shirt line is beautiful. Prices ranging
from $2.50 to $5.00.
Neckwear, the largest assortment we have
ever shown $1.00 to $2.50.
Hose in the latest patterns 35c to $1.00.
Men's Scarfs in beautiful and wanted pat
i terns $1.50 to $3.50. ,
Handkerchiefs 25c to $1.00.
You can't make a mistake when you buy
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Should you want something a
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No Left-Overs in Our
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THE ENTIRE STOCK AND EQUIPMENT OF
C. L. BOOTH
At the Booth Ranch on Shuttler Flat, 12 Miles
South of Arlington on the John Day Highway, on
Wednesday, Dec. 7
Commencing at 10 :30 a. m., rain or shine
Farm Machinery, Etc.
One Holt 75 Tractor.
One Holt 45 Tractor.
One Combine Hitch.
Four Rod Weeders.
Six 3-bottom, 16-inch Plows.
Five Disc Drills.
One McCormick Mower.
Three Iron-wheeled Wagons.
One Democrat Wagon.
One Wheat Wagon, 8tt, with
One Cook House with Wagon.
Twenty-seven Sections of Iron
One Double Disc, 10-ffc.
One Hay Rake.
Two Walking Plows, 12-inch.
One Ford Truck, Ruxtell Axle.
One Calkins Wheat Treating
One Land Lister.
Two 12-Horse Plow Hitches.
One Gas Pump
Twenty Gas Drums.
One Water Tank and Wagon.
Two Straw Racks.
Three Weed Rakes
Two Feed Racks.
One Plow Hitch for Holt 75.
One Drill Hitch for Holt 76. '
One Spring Tooth Harrow.
One Harrow Cart.
One Harrow Hitch for Holt 46.
Forge, Drill, Grind Stone, and
Wrenches and Shop Tools,
Log Chains, Bolts ad Nuts.
Six Forks, 4 Hoes, 2 Shovels, 1
Garden Hose, 25-ft.
Household Goods, Etc.
Two Cook Stoves, 1 Heater,
8 Chairs, Tables, Cooking Uten
sils, Dishes, 3 Beds, Mattresses
and Springs, Rugs, Lamps, Lan
10 Sets Good Work Harness.
4 Sets Lines.
23 Halters and Halter Bridles.
18 Bridles; 23 Collars.
14 Head Good Work Horses.
6 Un broke Horses.
1 High Grade Jersey Cow.
Many other articles too numer
ous to mention.
TERMS All sums of. $25 or under, cash; over
that amount will take bankable note due October
1, 1928, at 8 per cent interest, or will allow 3 per
cent discount for cash on all sums over $25.00.
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