Heppner gazette-times. (Heppner, Or.) 1925-current, January 31, 1929, Page PAGE TWO, Image 2

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HEPPNER GAZETTE TIMES, HEPPNER, OREGON, THURSDAY, JAN. 31, 1929.
BOARDMAN
Mrs. L. G. Smith who is chairman
of the work committee of the La
dies Aid asked a few friends In on
Thursday afternoon to complete the
overseas sewing for the missionary
hospital. After the work was done
the hostess served a dainty lunch.
Guests were Mesdames Johnson,
Blayden, Fortier, Cramer, Messen
ger, Macomber, Allen, Kelly, Porter.
Mrs. Royal Rands entertained
the H. E. club. After a delicious
luncheon officers were elected. Mrs.
A. B. Chaffee was elected chairman,
Mrs. John Brice, assistant, and Mrs.
I. Skoubo, secretary-treasurer. In
vited guests were Mesdames Porter,
Gorham, Blayden and Wilbanks.
Dr. Lancefleld, who took charge
of Dr. Sears' practice while he had
the flu, was called to Boardman on
Thursday to see Clayton, the eldest
son of Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Stane
who live on the Jenkins place. Clay
ton had an attack of flu.
Mr. and Mrs. Guy Barlow are de
lighted over the arrival of a 6-lb.
girl who came Sunday at The
Dalles.
The Boardman city water plant
blew up again Sunday. Every so
often this occurs, this being the
third or fouth time it has happened.
Alec Wilson and Pete Slevin were
Heppner visitors on Friday. Mr.
Wilson was also over the first of
the week when his suit against Glen
Carpenter was heard in court which
meets this week.
Boardman played a practice game
with Hermiston Saturday, 20-16 in
favor of Hermiston. At the end of
the first half the Boardman boys
were ahead but a few good shots
on the part of the Hermiston team
brought them victory. It was a
stormy night so only a few Board
man rooters made the trip. Board
man will play at Condon Friday
night This is a league game.
Mrs. W. H. Mefford spent a week
in Hermiston where she took a
series of treatments from Dr. Rowe.
Mrs. J. R. Johnson will entetain
Wednesday, Feb. 7, at Silver Tea.
Everyone is invited to attend these
teas which are given by the Ladies
Aid.
Newly installed officers of the I.
O. O. F. are: N. G., Jack Gorham;
V. G., Z. J. Gillespie; Chaplain, F.
F. Klitz, secretary, Geo. Wickland
er, treasurer, John Brice; warden,
Jack Rainville; inside guard, Ralph
Minnick of Messner; outside guard,
Claude Myers, R. S. N. G., C. G.
Blayden; R. S. V. G., Alfred Skoubo;
L. S. V. G., Walter Knauff. Mr.
Knauff is also past grand and has
tne honor of having attended every
meeting during his year in the chair
and missing only one meeting dur
ing his term as vice grand.
Rebekah officers installed were:
N. G., Mrs. Ed Barlow; V. G, Mrs.
Gorham, secretary, C. G. Blayden;
treasurer, Mrs. John Brice; chap
lain, Mrs. Blayden; warden, Mrs.
Packard. Mrs. John Brice was in
stalling officer.
The Grange had an interesting
business meeting Saturday night
ana later enjoyed lunch.
Helen Mead who was sent home
from school with what was feared
was a case of mumps, has returned
after a doctor's examination.
Mrs. Ella Shell who was quite ill
with flu at Umatilla continues to
remain at the McFarland home
there for a while longer.
Elder Payne who has been con
ducting a series of meetings at the
Adventist church will speak Friday
night on 'Why Did the Lord Per
mit Sin to Enter the World."
Marion Van Metor who has been
in charge of the pumping plant at
Messner for the past two years has
resigned.
mg. Serve on crisp lettuce garnish
ed with stuffed olives.
Jam Pudding
5 eggs, 1 cup sugar, M cup melt
ed butter, hi cup jam, cup flour,
1 teaspoon soda dissolved in 3 tea
spoons sour milk, cinnamon and
nutmeg to taste. Beat all together
and bake in buttered pudding pan.
Serve with foamy or custard sauce.
Pinning the Ironing Blanket
Use artist's thumb tacks to fasten
the ironing blanket and you will
save yourself bruised fingers and
much aggravation when it comes
time to replace the covering.
Salt Preserves Teeth and Gums
The best remedy for incipient
pyorrhea is a morning and evening
massage of the gums using salt wa
ter in proportions of M teaspoon
salt to H glass hot water. Massage
with downward strokes on upper
gums and upward movement on the
lower set
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for the
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d( Nancy hart
DID YOU KNOW that if the
living room be without a natural
fireplace you can have a very
charming hearth built in at little
cost, and without even cutting into
the wall?
A chimney breast of beaver-board
can be built out from the blank
wall and a "tailor-made" mantel
with space for an artificial grate
set Into the breast The beaver
board should then be covered with
canvas and painted or papered to
match the old walls. Finish with
a cornice or molding at the top to
match that used in the balance of
the room, and insert a grate for
artificial, electric-lighted coals or
logs in the hearth-space. Decora
tivcly speaking, the result will be
all that one could ask.
Frederick B. Mumford Heft) and Herbert W. Mumford, two farm
brothers who rose side by side to the head of two great agricultural col
leges, one in Missouri, and the other in Illinois.
Prevent Typhoid by Safe
Guarding Water Supplies
(From State Board of Health.)
Prior to 1903 there were no health
regulations in this state. It was
the usual thing in most of the cities
of Oregon to have two epidemics of
typhoid fever annually. In the
spring and in the fall. Physicians
in general practice drew a goodly
proportion of their income from
the care of typhoid patients. There
were no reliable records previous
to 1908 but in that year the record
was over 14 deaths for 100,000 pop
ulation or over 140 cases of typhoid
to the 100,000 population. The
economic loss from typhoid fever
ran annually into more than a mil
lion dollars.
As a contrast read the reports for
1927 which record only four deaths
for 100,000 population or about 40
cases. This was accomplished by
an improvement of the water sup
plies under the supervision of the
State Board of Health. Every year
the inspection has been more thor
ough and the result is that there is
very little water-bourne typhoid fe
ver in the State of Oregon at the
present time.
Natural water in a settled com-
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Sometimes the contamination la
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uously improving and broadening the
service,
Beginning February 1st, in every
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the building of the Panama Canal
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should pause to consider any legis
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Vegetarian Meun
Mock oyster soup
Cheese and nut cutlets
Creamed cauliflower
Buttered beets
Egg and apple salad
Date torte
Beverage
Recipe for Cream Hash
Cut up a pint of cold meat and a
small onion, add 2 teaspoons butter,
stew in a pint of water until liquid
is almost absorbed, then add a cup
of cream, chopped parsley, salt and
pepper. Serve on buttered toast
Eggs Used With Asparagus
Lay stalks of canned asparagus
(drained) In saucepan containing M
cup drawn butter and heat to boil
ing. Season highly and put in but
tered baking dish. Break 8 eggs
over surface, dot with butter and
seasoning, cover with grated cheese
and bake until eggs are set
Oyster Salad
Drain two cans cove oysters and
chop them slightly; add S finely
rolled crackers and half as much
chopped celery as oysters. Blend
with mayonnaise or Russian dress-
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fl down, 16.73 a month for
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