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HEPPNER GAZETTE TIMES, HEPPNER, OREGON, THURSDAY, JAN. 5, 1928.
The reports from the December
testi of the dairy herds of I. Skoubo
and Paul Smith were received last
week. Smith's best cow 'brought
123.13 profit and was a Jersey, by
the way. Mr. Smith is a Holstein
fancier. The Skoubo herd averaged
80 lbs. of butterfat and Smith's 34
pounds. Both men are members of
the Umatilla Dairy Improvement as
sociation recently organised at Pen
dleton. This association is a step in
the right direction, toward the im
provement of dairy herds, the weed
ing out of "boarder" cows and the
raising of better stock.
Mrs. JT. F. Barlow went to Athena
Thursday to visit at the Truman Mes
senger and Ed Barlow homes.
Bo'ardman high is scheduled to
play Fossil here at the Boardman
gymnasium, Saturday night, if plans
Earl Olson came home Saturday
Albert Sederburg stopped for an
over-night visit Saturday from Pom
eroy. Wash., on his way home to
Bert Richardson, who has been un
der hte weather for some time, con
tinues to be ill.
Alfred Skoubo has purchased 20
acres of land near Umatilla. This
place is in close proximity to Andy
Andregg's, and is under cultivation.
Catherine Berger returned to Mon
mouth Sunday after a week's visit
with home folks.
Catherine Brown was unable to get
back to her school because of the
storm. Ice in the river caused the
ferries to cease operation.
A meeting of the executive commit
tee of the P. T. A. was held recently
at the Marschat home. Because the
December meeting was postponed it
was decided to combine the two meet
ings. The topic for January is
"Health." The refreshment commit
tee and the program committee were
combined. Miss Beougher will give
a talk on school lunches, followed by
a school child's typical lunch as re
freshments. On the program com
mittee are Mrs. Messenger, Mrs. For-
tier, Miss Falk, Mrs. Chaffee, Mrs.
Rands and L. G. Smith.
Mr. and Mrs. John Brice and chil
dren and Mr. and Mrs. Eck Warren
and nephew were guests at a most
delightful New Year's dinner on Sun
dsy at the Claude Myers home.
Haskel Montague of Freewater
came Friday for a few days visit at
the Robert Wilson home.
J. C. Ballenger motored to The
Dalles last week.
Boardman is to assist once more
in celebrating a golden wedding. Mr.
and Mrs. C. G. Blayden will observe
their 50th anniversary on Jan. 24.
The Boardman basketball quintet
played in hard luck Friday night and
met defeat at the hands of the Her
miston team, 14-18. This was the
first game in the new gym. Eldon
Wilson received a cut lip that neces
sitated a trip to the doctor and a
stitch taken in it.
C. S. Calkins was ill during the
Mrs. Allegra Feess went to Port
land last week to see about a posi
tion. She returned Saturday.
The I. 0. 0. F. gave a New Year's
dance Saturday night. There was a
fair sized crowd in spite of the in
clement weather. The Twilight quin
tet from the sands played.
Glen Carpenter came up from the
Valley last week. Mrs. Carpenter
and Zclda went on to Montana for
the rest of the winter and will re
turn in the spring.
Mr. and Mrs. Leo Root and Ver
non Thomas and Ruel Knowlton were
guests pn New Years at the Mef
. ford home.
The snnw caused some bad slides
down in the Columbia gorge and No.
23 was reported off the track. Trains
were routed by the interstate bridge
below Deschutes and the North
Mr. and Mrs. S. H. Boardman were
pleasantly surprised last Monday
to have a nephew, Ralph Hawkins of
Sheridan, Wyo., come for an over
night visit. He was on Mb way to
Leland Stanford university where he
is taking a pre-medical course. He
has been a student at Cornell for
two years. Seventeen years had elap
sed since he had visited at the Board
Mrs. Leslie Packard has been Buf
fering with a gathering in her ear
OR IT IS NOT
Safe at Home Again
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Oregon City to spend the holidays.
The Home Economics club will meet
Jan. 11 with Mrs .Brice Dillabough.
Photo shows Bennet Doty,
American member of the French
Foreign Legion, who has just re
turned to the United States. Doty
was decorated for bravery under
fire but later deserted the Legion
and was sentenced to death. His
sentence was commuted and he was
which has caused her much pain for
the past several weeks.
We reported a basketball game
with Bickleton last Wednesday. Just
another of those events that should
have been but wasn't. The game
was scheduled but had to be post
poned as Bickleton couldn't get here
becaus of the snowdrfts.
Alex Wilson returned from sever
al days in Heppner where he spent
the holidays with relatives.
Dorothy Boardman returned to Sa
lem the early part of the week after
a pleasant week's visit with home
Ralph Warne and wife were over
night guests Saturday at the Highway
inn. The former is a nephew of 0.
H. Warner. They were enroute to
Yakima from Seattle and because of
the pass being closed were forced to
come by way of Portland.
Mr. and Mrs. Ingaard Skoubo en
tertained at a sumptuous dinner on
Sunday. Guests were Mr. and Mrs.
Ed Kunzie and children and Paul
Smith and family.
Joslin & McCallister contractors
of Spokane, have been awarded the
task of getting out gravel for the
state highway and will have a plant
at Alderdale, Willow creek, Irrigon
and Boardman. Wes Birchfield fore
man, has been here looking after the
unloading f supplies and making pre
parations for the pit to be opened
on Sam Bardman's property near the
river. A crusher will be built and
it is anticipated the work will last
Boardman's first real snowfall of
the season ushered in the new year
wil about nine inches of the beauti
ful. Mr. and Mrs. Lowell Spagle were
dinner guests at the Hereim home
Jim Howell departed Sunday for
Corvallis after spending the holidays
Glen Hadley and family motored to
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MAKI TOVm KUBBVATIONS NOW
Who'll Be Lucky 4-H Club
Members In This State?
A national boys' and girls' 4-H
club will be held in Washington,
D. C, in June, 1928, under the auspi
ces of the United States Department
of Agriculture, It has just been an
nounced by C. W. Warburton, di
rector of extension work. This is
the second national camp, the first
having been held in 1927.
Each state may select two boys and
two girls to attend the 1928 camp.
The delegates will be accompanied by
a member of the State Agricultural
Extension service in charge of club
These camps are "of far-reaching
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FAMILY HOLDS REUNION.
The George Moore home in this
city was the scene of a joyous time
on Thursday last, when all the mem
bers of Mr. Moore's family and those
of Mrs. Moore, as well as their own
children were present to enjoy the
reunion and partake of the bounte
ous repast set before them at the
noon hour. The good time continued
on into the evening hours, when a
dinner was served the group by the
daughters of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph
Scott and Miss Ethel Moore.
On Mr. Moore's side of the house
were his brother. Ad Moore Mrs.
Moore and their son Emery; Mrs.
Moore's near relatives present were
her brother, Emory Crawford and his
wife of Pullman Wash., and Mrs.
Crawford's daughter Miss Rita Craw
ford of Heppner; Mrs. Alvin Wade,
her son Alvin, Jr., and 'daughter,
Norma Jean, of Cheyenne, Wyo. Ths
immediate family of Mr. and Mrs.
Moore were all present, these being
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Scott and their
three daughters, Clarence, Ralph,
Ethel and Guy Moore. The entire
group consisted of twenty and these
were assembled for a photograph
which was taken by B. G. Sigsbee.
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ALL SAINTS' EPISCOPAL CHURCH.
'Sunday school at 9:45 o'clock.
Morning prayer and sermon at 11
"I waited patiently for the Lord:
and he inclined unto me, and heard
The regular meeting of the Ladies
Auxiliary .will be held in the Parish
House Thursday, Jan. 12th, at 2:30.
THE REV. STANLEY MOORE,
Missionary in Charge.
For sale or trade, two young milk
goats, fresh in spring. Box 65, Hepp
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January Clearance Sale
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account are handicapped in looking af
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