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HEPPNER GAZETTE TIMES, HEPPNER, OREGON, THURSDAY, JUNE 6, 1929.
"Sunshine" Bob Hanscom
Heads "SmUin' Thru"
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"Sunshine" Bob Hanscom, who
heads the "Smilin' Thru" company
at Chautauqua, is sometimes called
the "man with the educated face."
Probably no man on the Chautau
qua platform can equal him as an
impersonator and creator of "old
Mr. Hanscom's experience on the
stage has covered a number of
fields including not only Chautau
qua but vaudeville and stock as
well. He has appeared with such
famous people as the Head Sisters,
English musical comedy stars, and
During the World War Mr. Hans
com enlisted an organized stock
company of soldiers who toured the
country for the Red Cross. It wrs
the soldiers who nicknamed him
"Sunshine" Bob Hanscom.
Mr. Hanscom has had the distinc
tion of plaving before such person
ages as the late President Harding,
Senator Pat Harrison, Governor
Green of Michigan, ex-Governor
Henry J. Allen of Kansas, General
Obregon, President of Mexico, and
Mrs. Grace E. Rand of Portland
was a week end visitor at the home
of her cousin, Mrs. Ward Graves,
Ray Corse of Goldendale is visit
ing at the home of his aunt and
uncle. Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Mitchell.
Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Marlow and
three sons and Mrs. Marlow's step
father, Mr. Donaldson, all of Pen
dleton, were guests from Wednes
day until Friday at the Dan Ran
sier home. Mrs. Ransier is a sister
of Mr. Marlow.
Miss Rachel Johnson returned to
Portland on Sunday after a few
days visit with home folks, coming
Miss Ella Miller of Redmond was
here for the week end guest of
her parents who live on the Nizer
place. Miss Miller is home demon
stration agent for Deschutes coun
ty. J. E. Gillespie and sons Wilbur
and Arthur left Saturday for Spray
after visiting at the home of his
son, Z. J. Gillespie.
Miss Ora Messenger left Sunday
for Portland where she will visit
and later go to California before
returning to her home in Kansas.
She has spent the winter here at
the home of her uncle, E. T. Mes
senger and family. On Wednesday
afternoon Mrs. Messenger gave a
lovely party for Miss Ora, having
all the high school girls as guests.
Beth Murel Miller was also an in
Mrs. Chas. Wicklander was the
honor guest at a nuptial shower
Friday at the home of Mrs. Brice
Dillabough. Thirty ladies were pre
sent and the honor guest received
many beautiful and useful gifts.
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Mowers and Rakes
Weeders and Manure
Hardware, Metalware and
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Mrs. Rands, Mrs. Packard, Mrs.
Mead planned the party.
Mr. and Mrs. Ben Sevdy and two
sons of lone were dinner guests at
the Ward Graves home a week ago
Alton Klitz was home for a few
days last week from O. S. C. where
he is a junior. On Saturday the
junior class in mining engineering
stopped for a short visit at the
Klitz home, leaving at 11:30 p. m.
en route to Minera, Idaho, on a
two weeks Held trip. Alton accom
panied them. There are only eight
members of the engineering class.
One of these is a Russian 35 years
of age who is working his way
through school, being employed. at
the college stables. This Russian
student is deeply appreciative of the
American schools and American opportunities.
Bob Ballenger of Portland visit
ed at the home of his brother, J. C.
Ballenger, over the week end.
Harvey Huff, who has been sup
plying the town with milk, has sold
his dairy herd to a buyer from The
Dalles. Victor Hango has taken
over the milk route.
Robert Nickerson and wife visit
ed their son Robert in Pendleton
last week. Chas. Nickerson, Jr.,
and wife were here for a few days
from Yakima and left Sunday for
American Falls, Ida., after visiting
parents and grandparents.
Mr. and Mrs. Guy Lee and two
children stopped for a few hours
visit at the Warners on Thursday
on their way home to Perrydale
from Pilot Rock. Friends will be
pleased to learn that Mr. Lee has
been elected to the principalshlp of
McMinnville junior high school for
the coming year.
Mrs. Nate Macomber and daugh
ter Sybil Grace will leave Saturday
for Pilot Rock for the summer
where Mrs. Macomber will be em
ployed in the postofflce until Sep
tember. Janet Gorham was eight years
old on Tuesday, June 4, so she had
a party in honor of the occasion.
She entertained her small friends
with games and later ice cream
and cake were served. Guests were
Catherine Mead, Echo Coats, Ruth
King, Maxene Ballenger, Maxine
Strobel, Lorraine Dillabough, Alice
and Ella Belle Wicklander, Edith
Nickerson, Julia, the little Japanese
girl who is here with her parents,
and Janet and Mardell Gorham.
Mildred Messenger visited with
her sister, Mrs. Erwin Sharpe, at
Athena. The Sharpes lived at Pen
dleton until recently when Mr.
Sharpe was transferred to Athena.
Memorial Day was not observed
here by any special services. The
graves were all beautifully decorat
ed by loving hands. The cemetery
which is fenced and seeded, pre
sents a far different appearance
than that of a year or so ago.
Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Olson and
daughter Vivian of Prescott, Ore.,
came Thursday for a short visit at
the home of their uncle, O. B. Olson
and family. On Friday they, with
Mr. and Mrs. Lester Uthey and
Ivera, motored to Fossil to visit
Mr. and Mrs. Pat Pattee, returning
on Saturday. On Sunday the Olsons
left for their home taking Norine
Olson with them for a two weeks
R. E. Becker and Kenneth Craig
of Longview, Wn., spent several
days visiting Mr. Becker's mother,
Mrs. Howard Bates.
Mrs. Harry Theneis and two chil
dren of Eugene came up Sunday
night for a visit with her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Chaffee. It has
been two years since she visited
Mr. and Mrs. A. T. Hereim and
sons were dinner guests at the Gor
ham home Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Gross drove
to Athena one day last week to get
a stacker for a Willow creek ranch
er. Hugo Koskf, a former Boardman
resident and a brother of Mrs. Ol
son and Mrs. Hango, underwent a
serious operation May 27 at Astoria
for ulcers of the stomach. He is
getting along as well as could be
Noel Klitz and Bud Chaffee left
Monday for Grants Pass to work.
Lowell Spagle was called to Hub
bard last week by the death of his
Paul and Catherine Mead came
home Saturday from The Dalles
where they visited relatives the past
Frank and Earl Cramer were
home over Sunday. They have been
shearing near Ritter.
Mr. and Mrs. Homer Cason have
returned to Portland after visiting
here for a fortnight.
John Brice will hold a public sale
Saturday, June 8. They will leave
soon after. Miss Lillian plans to
attend normal at La Grande and
Mrs. Brice will go to Ridgefield,
Wn., for the summer.
Mr. and Mrs. Lowell Spagle were
Sunday guests at the Spagle home.
Of much interest to Boardman
people was the marriage Thursday
evening, May 15, at 7 p. m. at the
Methodist church in Arlington when
Miss Lillian Baker and Chas. Wick
lander were united by Rev. Alex
ander Hawthorne, who used the
ring ceremony. The bride wore a
beautiful dress of olive green silk
crepe and carried a bouquet of fra
grant locust and chestnut blossoms.
Mr. and Mrs. Brice Dillabough at
tended the bride and bridegroom.
Mr. and Mrs. Lee Mead were the
only other, guests present. After
the ceremony all went to the Arling
ton hotel where a lovely wedding
dinner was served. Mrs. Wickland
er came recently from Milwaukee,
Wis., and Boardman people are glad
to welcome her. The bridegroom
has lived here the past eight or nine
years and is well known. He has
been master of Pomona since its
organization and takes an active
part in Grange and civic work. Best
wishes are extended the happy cou
ple. Miss Eva Wilcox and Willie Van
Winkle, Jr., came over Sunday from
Lexington by horseback and stayed
for dinner at the John Graves home
returning to Lexington that after
noon. It is a trifling distance of
36 miles. Miss Eva is a sister and
Willie a cousin of Mrs. John Graves.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Wilson have
a new baby girl born Friday at
A number of Boardman people
attended the dance at Hermiston
Saturday night and report a good
Mr. and Mrs. Pete Slevln were
in Heppner several days last week.
Mr. and Mrs. Peter Farley were
week end visitors in Heppner.
Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Murchie who
have been at The Dalles all winter
have moved back to their ranch at
Wasco. Mrs. Ballenger has been
assisting them in getting settled.
Mr. Murchie who was very ill sev
eral weeks ago is much improved.
The young folks in the commun
ity attended the dance at lone on
Saturday evening. All report an en
Mr. and Mrs. C. Melville were
Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. J.
The usual monthly meeting of the
Alpine Farm Bureau association
was held at the Alpine school house
last Saturday night A real good
crowd attended and everyone en
joyed the interesting program put
on by the friends and neighbors in
the community. A pleasant social
hour was spent and bountiful re
freshments were served.
Dr. J. P. Conder of Heppner was
out to his wheat ranch on Sunday.
He also called on some of his neighbors.
The Misses Margaret Melville,
Gertrude Tichenor and Twila Mor
ey, also Mrs. Merle Bennett 'Were
guests last Wednesday at the home
of the latter's sister and brother-in-
law, Mr. and Mrs. J. H. McDaniel
of Rhea creek.
Miss Mildred Schmidt was a week
end guest at the home of her par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Schmidt
C. Melville and daughter Margar
et were Pendleton visitors on Saturday.
Herman Young and daughters
were Hermiston visitors on Friday.
Miss Illeen Weisner who has been
employed as housekeeper at W. I.
Neill's has left that employ and has
gone to Meacham for the summer
with Mrs. Tom Boylen.
Lester Lambirth entertained his
little boy friend. Charlie Schluter
of Pendleton last week.
Helen Bennett of Heppner was a
Memorial day guest at her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. G. L. Bennett.
C. Melville and J. C. Thompson
were business visitors in Heppner
Olin Ritchy and Grover Sibley ac
companied by the Misses Bertha Se-
panek and Peggy Thompson return
ed home on Friday following a
week's visit with friends and rela
tives in Portland.
Mr. and Mrs. Tom Boylen and
children, Tom K. and Eileen, have
moved to their summer home in
Miss Margaret Melville spent the
week end with Mr. and Mrs. Harry
Munkers in Heppner.
Miss Twila Morey qf Umapine
was a Memorial day guest at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. G. L. Ben
nett Mrs. John Moore and daughter
Naomi were business visitors in
Echo on Friday.
John Doherty and Merle Bennett
are setting poles for a telephone
line between B. P. Doherty's ranch
and the G. L. Bennett ranch.
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Simonton and
family were recent visitors in Port
land. C. Melville and J. C. Thompson
called on John Moore last Sunday
morning. They generally discuss
ed the outlook on the wheat and
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rye crops and decided they are not
so healthy due to the dry weather
and high winds.
Mr. and Mrs. Percy Jarmon and
family are at Corvallis attending
the commencement exercises at the
Oregon State college in which their
son Roy is a graduate.
Mrs. C. D. Morey and daughter
Twila of Umapine returned to their
home, following a three weeks visit
with relatives at Alpine and Pine
Mr. and Mrs. George Lambirth,
Mrs. G. L. Bennett also Irl Clary,
motroed to Echo and Hermiston on
Monday guests at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. G. L. Bennett were
Mrs. George Lambirth and son Les
ter, Mrs. Irl Clary and children, Irl
Miss Doris Lambirth has been
visiting at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. Al Hiatt in Echo. Her cousin
returned with her for a visit
Willard Hawley motored to Uma
pine on Sunday.
Ruth Ann Duvall from Hermiston
is visiting at the home of her cous
in Crocket Duvall.
Miss Doris Lambirth has been
visiting the home of her cousin in
Echo and just returned home Mon
Mrs. M. R. Bennett returned home
from a weeks visit with her rela
tives in Portland on Friday.
Mrs, J. Kilkenny has been visit
ing the home of Crocket Duvall.
Doherty brothers have shipped
their sheep to Enterprise for the
Mrs. G. L. Bennett and Mrs. G.
W. Lambirth visited with Mrs.
Claude Finley Thursday afternoon.
Little Alice McRoberts is visiting
with Mr. and Mrs. Claude Finley.
Miss Celatha Lambirth went to
Portland with Mr. and Mrs. A. H.
Schluter Thursday to visit her aunt
CARD OF THANKS.
I wish to thank my many friends
of Hardman and Heppner for their
help and sympathy offered during
and after the burning of my home.
MRS. MAUD HOWELL.
The Woman's Relief Corps will
meet at the home of Mrs. W. P.
Mahoney, Wednesday, June 12th, at
2:30 o'clock. There will be a short
business meeting followed by a so
cial hour. Members will please bring
something for picnic lunch. President.
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