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HEPPNER GAZETTE TIMES, HEPPNER, OREGON, THURSDAY, MAY 30, 1929.
Deibert Johnson had his glasses
broken last week. While employed
on the highway, a stone was thrown
by a passing car. He was cut a bit
by the broken glass but his eye was
Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Healey spent
two days at the Hereim home last
week returning on Thursday to
their home in Portland. Healeys
lived here for about eight years but
have made their home in Portland
the past three years.
Boardman friends were sorry to
learn that the house belonging to
Chas. Nizer of La Grande was
burned down recently. Mr. Nizer
traded his ranch here for town
property at La Grande. He did not
occupy the house but kept it rent
ed to other parties.
Mrs. Margaret Farley and Willie
Doherty both of Willow creek were
visitors on the project Sunday.
Mrs. Homer Cason came Thurs
day from Portland for a short visit
Mrs. Cason has been up here for
about ten days.
Leo Root and family spent Sun
day at Hermiston visiting relatives.
Mr. and Mrs. Max DeWeese and
two children and Mrs. Jake De
Weese came Sunday from their
home at Palouse for a weeks visit
at the W. H. Mefford home.
Mr. and Mrs. Ray Brown were
here from Kiona, Wn., for a short
visit Both are employed at the F.
L. Brown construction camp near
Kiona. Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Barlow
have also gone over there for the
Mr. and Mrs. Lee Mead and chil
dren and Brice Dillabough and
family motored to The Dalles on
Sunday where they had a picnic
Mr. and Mrs. John Brice and
family were guests Sunday, May 19,
at the Howard Bates home at a
Local people are urged to begin
making plans for the fair. The
Granges are planning a Pomona
booth this year with four Granges
competing. The local Grange is
working toward a fine exhibit Look
over your old fair premium list
There will be a few changes made
in it of course, but it can be used
for a basis. Mrs. A. T. Hereim
and Mrs. Ricks of Irrigon retire as
men.bers of the fair board this
year and new members will be elec
ted soon. Other Boardman mem
bers of the fair board are Mrs. Nick
Faler, W. O. King and Lee Mead.
Suggested as candidates are Mrs.
Messenger, C. H. Dillabough, Chas.
Wicklander or J. R. Johnson.
John Brice who recently traded
his ranch property here for town
property at La Grande will have a
public sale at his ranch on June 8.
The Home Economics club met at
the Hereim home last Wednesday.
Mrs. Hereim is not a member of the
club but had frequently been an
invited guest There were 19 ladies
present and three gentlemen. After
the usual sumptuous covered dish
luncheon a business meeting was
held. Mrs. Ed. Kunze will, enter
tain at the next meeting.
A number of Boardman folks at
tended the movie, "King of Kings,"
at Umatilla Monday night. This
was sponsored by the Umatilla Lad
ies Aid and is a magnificent cinema
spectacle based on Biblical history.
Mrs. J. H. Johnson returned to
her home in Wasco Wednesday af
ter a fortnight visit at the J. R.
The regular annual congregation
al meeting will be held June 4th
in the evening. Rev. Wlibur of
Hood River will be in charge. Ev
eryone is requested to attend. The
annual reports will be heard at
the time. No dinner will be served
this year. It is frequently the cus
tom to have a dinner preceding the
meeting but this will be dispensed
with at this time.
Mrs. Viola Carrick and two chil
dren returned to their home in Ver
nonia after an extended visit with
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Wli-
Edward McClelland and wife of
Portland have a small son born May
16. Edward is a local boy, the son
of Mrs. Ed. Kunze. The wee babe
had a difficult time at first and
spent its early days in an electric
incubator, but is getting along nice
Mrs. W. O. King s committee will
entertain at "the silver tea June 8
at the home of Mrs. John Graves on
the Ray Brown place. Everyone is
invited to attend.
The C. E. had a most delightful
party Friday night at the church.
Mrs. Claude Coats and Mrs. Leo
Root were in charge. Many merry
games were enjoyed and later re
freshments were partaken of.
A group of the younger folks were
entertained Saturday night at the
Ransier home with Marvin as the
pleasing young host. A pleasant
time was enjoyed followed by deli
Mr. and Mrs. Claude Myers and
children were guests Sunday at the
John Brice home at a lovely din
ner. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Beckford and
daughter Verna and Mrs. P. L.
Hedgren of La Grande were guests
Sunday at the Howard Bates home.
Bates' have had a telephone in
stalled. Willard Baker of Ryderwood,
Wn., is visiting his aunt, Mrs. How
Miss Margaret Melville who has
been in attendance at Behnke-Wal-ker
Business college in Portland for
the past six months is now at the
home of her parents. Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. John Moore enter
tained the former's brother and
family from Washington during the
latter part of last week.
Owen Neill of Pine City spent the
week-end in Echo and Pendleton.
Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Neill and
daughter Lois Jean were Echo vis
itors on Saturday evening.
Mr. and Mrs. C. Melville and
daughter Margaret were Pendleton
visitors on Saturday.
Miss Twila Morey of Umapine is
visiting her sister and brother-in-law,
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Moorehead
of Pine City.
Miss Helen Bennett of Heppner
visited relatives and friends at Al
pine over the week-end.
Guests Friday at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. C. Melville were Mrs.
Dan Lindsey and children Elec,
Bruce and Annie Ree, also her mo
ther, Mrs. C. D. Morey of Umapine
and Mrs. Charles Moorehead and
sister Twila Morey of Pine City.
Mr. and Mrs. Merle Bennett are
visiting relatives and friends in
Olin Hitchy and Grover Sibley,
accompanied by the Misses Bertha
Sepanek and Peggy Thompson,
spent the week-end in Portland.
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Bartholomew
and daughter Lila and her cousins
Ruth and Susan Thompson attend
ed the show in Echo Sunday eve
ning. Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Lambirth are
rejoicing over the increase in their
cow family. Their old family Jersey
is the mother of twin heifer calves,
born quite recently and have been
named Spot and Red.
Mrs. Shirley Straight who for
some time was employed at West
Camp left for Spokane on Thursday
Mr. and Mrs. C. Melville and the
former's brother Charles, also their
neice Miss Gertrude Tichenor, at
tended the show in Echo Sunday
Russell Moore who has been as
sisting his brother-in-law, Clarence
Neill, with his spring work is now
at the home of his parents, Mr. and
Mrs. John Moore.
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Bartholo
mew and daughter Lila were Sun
day evening guests of Mrs. Barthol
omew's mother, Mrs. M. Thompson
A large number of our young peo
ple attended the Pine City com
mencement exercises last Thursday
evening. The graduating class was
school, and Oleda Neill, Genevieve
Neill and Marie Young in the high
scholl, and Oleda Neill, Genevieve
Bowman and John Moore from the
eighth grade. The school and stage
were prettily decorated and the ad
dress by Rev. Wire of Pendleton
was thoroughly enjoyed by all.
Prizes were awarded to six of the
pupils for perfect attendance thru
out the school year.
on Butter creek.
Charles Melville and his niece,
Miss Gertrude Tichenor, were Sun
day morning callers at the home
of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Neill.
Miss Emma Evans who taught
the seventh and eighth grades at
Pine City left Friday afternoon for
her home in Aurora.
Miss Gladys Woody who taught
in the high school department of
Pine City schools left Friday for
her home jn Idaho.
Tommy Boylen is shipping sheep
to summer feeding grounds in the
A large crowd of our young peo
ple attended the dance given Friday
evening at the home of Mr. . and
Mrs. Chas. Bartholomew of Pine
Many Events Planned for
Oregon State Graduation
Oregon State College, CorvalHs,
May 28. Commencement week-end
at the college this year is to be one
of the most eventful in history. Be
ginning with the arrival of alumni
May 31, the program includes silver
jubilee banquets, breakfasts and re
ceptions for the class of 1904. Phi
Kappa Phi breakfast, dedication of
the Memorial Union building, and
man other functions. The sixteenth
annual commencement exercises
Monday morning, June 3, will be the
last event, when degrees will be
granted 534 students, a record num
ber for any one year.
Dr. Henry J. Berkowitz, rabbi of
Temple Beth Israel, Portland, will
preach the baccalaureate sermon
Sunday, and Dr. A. G. Wrane, presi
dent of the University of Wyoming
and an officer in the educational div
ision of federal rehabilitation work
at Washington, D. C, will deliver
the commencement address. The en
tire program of the week-end will
be broadcast over KOAC, the college
dersigned, Strong: & McNaughton Trust
company, administrator of the estate
of Lillian L. Brown, deceased, under
and pursuant to an order of the Circuit
Court of the State of Oregon for the
County of Multnomah, Probate Depart
ment, duly made and entered of record
May 28th, 1929, will, on and after the
10th day of July. 1929, at the front door
of the Court House in the City of
Heppner, County of Morrow. Oregon,
sell at private sale the following de
scribed real property, to-wlt:
East one-half Section 5. and all
Sections 9, 17, 21. 29 and 33. Town
ship 3 N., R. 23 E. W. M., in Mor
row County, Oregon;
the terms of said sale to be for a pur
chase price of not less than $2250.00,
payable 1000.00 In cash, the balance in
two (2) annual payments of $400.00
each, and one (1) annual payment of
$450.00, each annual payment to be
made on or before the 1st day of July
each ensuing year, and to be secured
by a mortgage on the property sold, as
above described, and bearing 8 per cent
interest. Said sale shall be made sub
ject to confirmation by the Circuit
Court of the State of Oregon for the
County of Multnomah. Probate Depart
ment, and to re-sale, if said Court shall
B. A. GREEN, 1003 Corbett Bldg.,
Attorney for Administrator.
Date of first publication May 30, 1929;
Date of last publication June 27, 1929.
NOTICE OF ADMINISTATOB'S SALE
OF REAL PBOPEBTY.
TO: Mary H. Hills. Twin Falls. Idaho;
Helen Abbot Idiler, Marshneld. Wis
consin; George Abbott, Theodore Ab
bott and Lillian Abbott, Wllmar, Min
nesota; Carl Sawyer, Park Sawyer,
Kendrick Sawyer. Escanaba, Michi
gan; Frances Sawyer, Owatonna, Min
nesota; Abbott Sawyer. Winona, Min
nesota, and Asa Sawyer, State of
California: heirs at law of Lillian L.
Brown, deceased, and to all others
unknown, If any Buch there be:
Notice is hereby given that the un-
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