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HEPPNER GAZETTE TIMES, HEPPNER, OREGON, THURSDAY, NOV. 21, 1929.
MRS. A. T. HEREIM, Correspondent.
The Greenfield Grange elected of
ficers at the close of a big dinner
served at 7 o'clock at the school
house. Officers elected were Geo.
Wlcklander, master, Paul Smith,
overseer, Royal Rands, steward,
Mrs. Geo. Wlcklander, chaplain,
Mrs. Brlce Dillabaugh, lady assist
ant steward, F. A. Fortner, assist
ant steward, Chas. Wicklander, lec
turer, I. Skoubo, gatekeeper; Lee
Mead, secretary, L. V. Root, treasur
er, Mesdames I. Skoubo, Chas.
Wlcklander and F. A. Fortier, three
graces. A class of 24 candidates
was given the 1st and 2nd degrees.
Steel work on the new coal chute
at Messner is going up rapidly.
This will be a great Improvement
over the old wooden structure that
burned down four years ago.
Frank Delano has gone to Mon
tana. His brother Mark is In Port
land. The Delanos have rented their
ranch to Mike Rowell from over
lone way. The Rowells have moved
on to the place and their two daugh
ters have entered school here.
Bob Partlow went to Bellingham
Friday night to get his car which
he left over there several months
David Wilson and family of Hepp
ner and Mrs. Jess Deos of Willow
creek wee visitors Sunday at the
Robert Wilson home.
Mr. and Mrs. Pete Slevln motored
to Heppner Friday.
Mr. and Mrs. Nick Faler, R. Was
mer, Andy Andrcgg and son Char
lie, Alfred Skoubo, Mr. and Mrs.
Chas. Bowman, were guesta Sunday
at a sumptuous dinner at the In
gaard Skoubo home.
Howard Ellis traded his recently
purchased Durant coupe In for a
Mr. and Mrs. W. O. King motor
ed to Hermiston Saturday where
Mr. King had several teeth extract
ed. He has a few more that must
be removed shortly.
Guy Miller came from La Grande
Saturday to see his father, D. W.
Miller who has been quite ill with
erysipelas. Mr. Miller is improved
and his two daughters Marlon and
Bothmyrl ad son have retrrned to
Mrs. Maggie Farley and family
were guests Sunday at the Pete
Pendleton was the mecca for
many Boardman shoppers last
week. On Thursday Mr. and Mrs.
Jack Hale and Mr. and Mrs. Nels
Kristensen shopped there. On Sat
urday Mr. and Mrs. Guy Barlow,
Mrs. Frank Cramer, Mrs. Claud
Coats and Echo were there, as were
W. A. Price and son Billy, Mrs. Lot
tie Attebury and Mrs. A. T. Herelm.
The title of "The Boardman Sun
Dial" has been selected for the Jour
nalistic efforts of the Boardman
high school, with Nellie Dillon as
editor-in-chief and Linda Hango and
Dallas Wilson as sub editors.
The third and fourth grades have
a new club for all who obey the
school rules. The ones permitted
to join the club are called "Miss
Henry's Dependables," and receive
a star each dny.
Noel Klltz is home from Southern
Oregon where he spent the summer.
I. Skoubo has sold his sheep to
Ray Shane. The deal was made
The P. T. A. held an Interesting
meeting Friday night with a good
attendance. An excellent program
was arranged by the program com
mittee consisting of Miss Henry, Mr.
Fortier and Mr. Gorham. The pro
gram was made up of a reading by
Mary Chaffee, a clever little Health
Playlet by the 1st and 2nd grades,
members boarding the Saftcy First
Health Train, and the 3rd and 4th
grades gave their little Hallowe'en
playlet, which was well done. Gloria
Wlcklander read a letter from the
7th and 8th grades thanking the P.
T. A. for the gift of the Victrola,
and Mis. Titus gave a talk on mu
sic appreciation and demonstrated
the fine new orthophonlc. A group
of 8 girls gave a demonstration of
folk dancing and Mrs. Rands gave
a solo playing the guitar accom
paniment. On the 7th and 8th grade "Honor
Roll" were placed the names of
Clayton Shane. John Chaffee, Wnr-
ren Brlce, John and Tillle Harju,
Lois Messenger, Elsie Wilson, Fre
da Richardson, Mitchell Ellis, Del
bort Wetherell, Sybil Macomber,
Myrtle Wetherell, Gloria Wlckland
er, Margaret Smith, Vernon Part-
low, Esther Nickerson and Geo.
Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Johnson, Dei
bert and Rachel wnre dinner guests
Thursday evening at the Hereira
Mr. and Mrs. L. G. Smith enter
tained at a smart dinner Tuesday
evening. Guests were Mr. and Mrs.
Royal Rands and Donna Jane.
Carl Muldomer of Saskatchewan,
Canada, and Mr. Carley of Carley,
Wn., had their cars badly wrecked
in a collision Wednesday above the
viaduct as one drove out to avoid a
grader. Mr. Carley received a brok
en shoulder and cut head. Mr.
Muldomer was accompanied by his
mother and sister and was enroute
to Portland for the winter.
Ben Attebury has purchased a
new model Ford town car a sedan.
Mrs. Royal Rands planned a clev
er surprise for her husband on Wed
nesday evening and both the host
and guests enjoyed the occasion
gretaly. 500 was played at 8 tables
with Mr. and Mrs. Jack Gorham re
ceiving the honors and Mrs. A. W.
Porter and Nick Faler, consolation.
The hostess served a delicious lun
cheon after the game. Present were
Messrs. and Mesdames Porter, Her
elm, Gorham, Dillabough, L. G.
Smith, Ransier, Faler, Fortier,
Blayden and Rands.
L. G. Smith received the Village
clock given at Warner's grocery,
having held the ticket that showed
the same time the clock stopped.
Buster Rands, who was employed
at the Ruby Stock Farm near Port
land, was forced to quit work and
return home because of an Infection
in his face. While convalescing he
spent three or four days at the
Boardman home in Salem.
The school operetta "The Palace
of Carelessness," will be given Wed
nesday, November 27, at the audi
torium. The scene is laid In the
great Lost and Found Building of
London. Mr. Clock, Marvin Ran
sier, strikes 12, and all things there
in frolic until the last clock, Clay
ton Shane, runs down. The veg
etables break their sacks and come
out singing. The judge and jury
pass sentence on the ones that come
searching for their lost belongings.
Other characters are Alarm Clock,
Ralph Skoubo; Wrist Watch, Gloria
Wicklander; Dolly Dimples, Clara
Mae Dillon; Stick Candy, Edward
Skoubo; Monkey, Laurence Tyler;
Sammy, Francis Titus; Umbrella,
Sybil Macomber; Teddy Bear, Pe
ter Farley; Bailiff, Ray Shane;
Judge, John Chaffee, Organ Grind
er, Margaret Smith; Clown, Geo.
Graves; Boy Scout, Delbert Mack
an; Old Man, Vernon Partlow; Lit
tle Girl, Mary Smith; Maid, Cather
ine Mead. There are 18 taking part
from the 7th and 8th grades, 20
from the 5th and 6th, 12 from the
3rd and 4th and 8 from the 1st and
Friday night the Boardman high
school basketball team will play a
practice game with Umatilla on the
Umatilla gym floor.
"The Patsy," is the title of the
high school play selected for this
year. Five boys and four girls are
in the cast Tryouta have been
made and the cast will be announc
ed shortly. The story concerns Pa
tricia Harrington, a girl who "runs
second" to her older sister. She is
the patsy who is blamed when any
thing goes wrong and is forced to
remain in the background that her
sister may be presented to advan
tage. Unless the December turkey pool
should by chance come at the same
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W. V. Crawford, Agent
NOTICE OF MEETING OF TAX LEVYING
BOARD OF THE CITY OF HEPPNER
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that on Monday, the 2nd day of
December, 1929, at the hour of half past seven (7:30) o'clock in the
evening of said day at the Council Chambers in the city of Heppner,
Oregon, the tax levying board of said city of Heppner will meet for
the purpose of discussing and considering the tax budget hereinafter
set forth of said city of Heppner for the fiscal year beginning January
1st, 1930, and any taxpayer of said city of Heppner may at that time
appear and be heard either in opposition to or in favor of the tax levy
set forth herein, or any item thereof.
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Chief of Police
City Treasurer .
MATERIAL AND SUPPLIES
MAINTENANCE AND BRIDGES
Streets and Bridges
Hose, Fire Chief and Extras
Storage and Gas, Fire Truck
time the Aid bazaar will be held
December 6 at the school house.
There will be varied attractions. A
chicken dinner will be served in the
evening. There will be the usual
fancy work, candy and pop corn
boths, fish pond and several other
concessions. There will be a mu
seum full of curiosities from the
far corners of the world, a zoo with
strange creatures, a Baby Show
worth going miles to see, a fortune
telling booth and possibly two or
three other amusing concessions.
Mrs. J. F. Barlow and daughter,
Mrs. Claude Coats, were Hermiston
visitors Monday where Mrs. Coats
had some dental work done.
Mrs. H. E. Waite came home Sat
urday from Portland where she has
F. A. Fortier made a hurried trip
to the dentist Sunday and had a
tooth extracted which had caused
him pain all the previous night
Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Cotter of lone
were visitors in this city Monday
Redemption of Water Bonds
Total Estimated Expenditures $21,551.00
Water Collection $ 9,800.00
Pastime Licenses 180.00
Theater License 50.00
Bill Board License 10.00
Dog License 80.00
County (Road) .. 1,100.00 .
Balance in General Fund 994.00
Total Estimated Receipts
Total estimated expenditures for the year 1930..
Total estimated receipts for the year 1930
Total amount to be raised by taxation
Dated at Heppner, Oregon, this 4th day of November, 1929.
By JAMES G. THOMSON, Chairman.
By E. R, HUSTON, Clerk.
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