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HEPPNER GAZETTE TIMES, HEPPNER, OREGON, THURSDAY, JAN. 1, 1931
MRS. Jl. T. HEREIM, Correspondent
One of the largest crowds that
ever assembled in the school audi
torium thoroughly enjoyed the com
munity Christmas program Tuesday
evening. The program consisted of
community singing, "The Birds'
Christmas Carol" in pantomime,
recitations by Stanton Hadley and
Milton Surface, selections by the
male quartette. L. E. Marschat.
Brice Dillabough, Ray Barlow and
Marvin Ransier, playlet given by the
third and fourth grades. After the
program Santa Claus and his help
ers made their appearance and pass
ed out generous treats.
Miss Mable Brown came from El
lensburg Tuesday to spend the hol
idays at home.
Mr. and Mrs. Z. J. Gillespie were
Pendleton visitors Wednesday. Mr.
and Mrs. Truman Messenger and
family returned to Boardman with
them Wednesday evening to spend
Christmas day at the J. F. Barlow
home. A large Christmas dinner was the
one to which Mr. and Mrs. I. Skou
bo were hosts. Guests were Mr. and
Mrs. Myers and family, Mr. and
Mrs. Macken and family, Mr. and
Mrs. Carrick and family, and Mr.
and Mrs. Wilbanks and daughter
Adeline. Adeline is spending the
holidays with her parents.
Mr. and Mrs. Nate Macomber and
Sybil Grace spent Christmas day
with Mrs. Macomber's parents at
The J. F. Barlow home was the
scene of a happy family gathering
Christmas. Those present were Mr.
and Mrs. T. E. Messenger and fam
ily, Mr. and Mrs. Z. J. Gillespie, Mr.
and Mrs. Claude Coats and daugh
ter, and Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Bar
low and family from Heppner and
Please remember the date of the
Pomona Grange which will be held
at Boardman Saturday, Jan. 3.
Mr. and Mrs. Ray Brown and
daughter Mabel were dinner guests
at the Carrol Kenedy home Christ
Howard Packard is home from
Corvallis for the holidays. Mr.
Packard is attending O. S. C. this
A delightful party of the week
was the one given in honor of little
Stanton Hadley's birthday. Stanton
passed his birthday a short time
ago when he was ill, so his party
was postponed and was given 'on
Christmas eve. A number of his
little friends were present Santa
Claus was also a guest and he
brought each youngster a gift and
A lovely Christmas diner was
given at the W. O. King home. Seat
ed around the beautifully decorated
table were Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Mar
schat, Mr. and Mrs. Lee Mead and
family and the hosts and family.
Packards entertained for dinner
Christmas day, Mr. and Mrs. Jen
kins and daughter, Mr. and Mrs.
Glen Hadley and son, and Mr. and
Mrs. Lowell Spagle and baby.
Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Skoubo and
family were guests of Mr. and Mrs.
Christenson for Christmas dinner.
A. T. and Orthun Hereim had as
their guests Christmas day, Ivera
and Norene Olsen and Lillian Han
go. Mr. and Mrs. Lester Uthey are
visiting during the holidays at the
E. N. Peck and O. B. Olsen homes.
Miss Ella Miller of Redmond and
Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Miller and Mrs.
Martha Titus spent Christmas at
La Grande with relatives. Beth
myrl Miller returned home with
them on Friday. Arthur Allen and
family from La Grande visited at
the Jess Allen home Christmas.
Mr. and Mrs. Royal Rands and
Donna Jane and Mr. and Mrs. Brice
Dillabough and family motored to
Portland Wednesday morning to
spend Christmas with relatives.
Buster Rands was a guest at the
Porter home for Christmas dinner.
Mary Kunze wa3 severely burned
on the back of the leg Wednesday
morning when a kettle of hot chick
en broth was accidentally upset
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Smith were
hostsat a Christmas dinner at
CUmpion Home Canner ofthe United States
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Mr. Alice Bell of Eaton Rapids, Michigan, with the silver cup trophy
which she won by submitting a quart jar of Cuthbert raspberries in th
National Canning Contest at She andoah, Iowa. Mrs. Bell won three other
cups, the title of Grand Champion with a $500 cash prize, and a $100 priw
for the best jar of fruit
which Mr. and Mrs. Ed Kunze and
family were guests. Mr. and Mrs.
Charles Wicklander and family,
were present at a lovely dinner
Thursday given by Mr. and Mrs.
George Wicklander. Mr. and Mrs.
Albert Macomber and family were
at the Root home for Christmas.
Mr. and Mrs. Pat Pattee from
Fossil recently visited at the O. B.
Olsen home. While they were here
Mrs. Olsen and Mr. Pattee motored
Mrs. E. T. Messenger who has
been in Portland since Thanksgiv
ing returned home Wednesday eve
ning accompanied by U. H. Messen
ger and family of Portland. Miss
Marie Messenger from The Dalles
also came with them. Mr. and Mrs.
Edwin Sharpe from Roosevelt came
home Tuesday evening. They, with
Mr. and Mrs. Flickinger, spent the
Christmas day at the E. T.
Messenger home. Mildred Messen
ger returned to Portland with her
brother and family Friday morning.
Mildred plans to take up nurses
training at The Dalles hospital Jan
Mrs. Edmunds and daughter Syl
vania who have been visiting in La
Grande since they left here, stopped
in Boardman overnight before leav
ing for their home in Ridgefleld.
They attended the Christmas pro
gram at the school Tuesday eve
ning. Miss Dorothy Hamel of Hermis
ton is visiting during the holidays
at the home of her friend, Emma
Agee. The Agee family had Christ
mas dinner at the Hubbel home.
The Home Economics club enter
tained at a card party at the I.
Skoubo home Saturday evening.
Seven tables of "500" were in play.
High honors went to Claud Coats
and Mrs. Dan Ransier, low to Mrs.
Paul Smith and Vernon Root
Charles Nickerson and family
from Idaho came last week for an
extended visit at the Nickerson
Kathleen Marshal from Seattle
spent Christmas with her father,
Mr. and Mrs. John L. Jenkins en
tertained at a sumptuous dinner
Sunday. Guests included Mr. and
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ChMter DubM, Affant, jETT,
Heppner, Oregon Ij
stituted for Mrs. Rainville. The hos
tess served a dainty lunch at the
close of the game.
Nate Macomber went to Portland
Sunday for a dental examination.
He plans to be there several days.
Mis. Denson's two sons and a
daughter motored down from La
Grande Monday for a few days vis
it at the Denson home.
Echo Coats visited at the Charles
Barlow home in Heppner a few
days last week.
Tom Healey from lone and Mary
Healey from Portland spent Christ
mas at home with their parents.
Friends were sorry to learn that
Walter Denson had to be operated
on last week for appendicitis. Wal
ter has been in the hospital many
months since infection started af
ter the removal of a tooth.
Josephine Healey entertained the
young folks at a party Monday eve
ning at her home. There were about
50 of the younger set present, with
three couples from lone. Dancing
was enjoyed during the evening.
Mr. and Mrs. Nick Faler and R.
Wasmer spent Christmas day in
Lexington at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. Harry Shriever. A number of
Mr. Faler's relatives were there
Mrs. Phoebe Shaw, Mrs. Wm.
Strobel's mother, came Saturday
for a visit at tha Strobel home.
Mrs. A. T. Hereim and sons, Mr.
and Mrs. Lowell Spagle and baby,
Mr. and Mrs. Packard and Howard,
Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Sundsten and
family and Lloyd Mallory. In the
evening, Mr. and Mrs. Bates, Imo
gene Wilson, and Mike Mulligan
joined the crowd and a game of
"500" was enjoyed. The Packards
received high honors.
Joe Beckson, Mrs. Bates' son, and
friend, Joe McManus, from Long-
view, Wash., were guests at the
Bates home for Christmas. They
returned to their home on Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. A. T. Hereim and
family were guest3 at a lovely tur
key dinner Saturday evening at the
W. O. King home. Games were
enjoyed during the evening.
The Fred Blayden family has
moved into the Klages house where
they will make their home this win
ter. The Bates were hosts at Christ
mas dinner with Mr. and Mrs. W.
A. Baker and family, Robert Beck
son and Joe McManus as guests. On
Saturday Mrs. Baker entertained
the same crowd to a lovely dinner
at her home. A large family gath
ering was the one at the George
Blayden home on Christmas day.
Present were the J. F. Gorham fam
ily, Fred Blayden family, Fred Kos-
ki, and Mrs. Hannah Ackerman, and
Lloyd Mallory, Mrs. A. W. Sund
sten's brother, has been visiting for
several days at the Sundsten home.
On Sunday Sundstens took him to
Rock creek where he is working.
The Graves family motored to
Willow creek on Christmas day for
dinner at the Pettyjohn home. This
was a no-host dinner with 26 of
their friends present. Mr. and Mrs.
Mclntyre and family were guests
Christmas at the Farley home. Mr.
and Mrs. R. Mitchell spent Christ
mas with Mr. and Mrs. Arnold.
Miss Ellen Henry and Alvin Mc-
Carty were visitors at the Nate
Macomber home Sunday.
Mrs. Shannon entertained the
Helomala club at the home of Mrs.
Denson Monday afternoon. Honors
went to Mrs. Ray Brown and Mrs,
J. F. Barlow. There were only two
tables in play. Mrs. Dillabough sub-
Show Btarts t 7:30 Doors open half hour earlier. Theater Phone 472 j
Home, 935. Admission: Sunday and Monday, 10c and 50c; Tuesday, Wed
nesday and Thursday, 10c and 25c; Friday and Saturday, 10c and 40c, un
less otherwise advertised.
SUBJECT TO CHANGE WITHOUT NOTICE
THURSDAY AND FRIDAY, JANUARY 1 and 2
JOHN GILBERT and WALLACE BEERY in
"THE WAY OF A SAILOR"
Charley Chase In DOLLAR DIZZY, two reel comedy. 10c and 40c
SATURDAY, JANUARY 3 :
ELLIOTT Nungent as "Sandy" and SALLY STAR as "Lil" In
"FOR THE LOVE 0' LIL"
A story of "Liberty" magazine cover characters.
Also RADIO KISSES, two reel comedy, and VOICE OF HOLLY
WOOD. 10c and 40c
SUNDAY and MONDAY, JANUARY 4 and 5:
BUDDY ROGERS and a flock of screen beauties in
"SAFETY IN NUMBERS"
Also CHOP SL'EY, cartoon comedy, OLD BLACK JOE, two reel
Southern Melody number, and THE PRISONER'S SONG, illustrat
ed with cartoons. 10c and 50c
During January we will discontinue our midweek
program, being open only on the first two or three
days and the last two days of each week. No Cal
endar for January.
Jan. 8-10: Bert Lytell In THE LAST OF THE LONE WOLF.
Jan. 11, 12, 13: Harold Lloyd In FEET FIRST.
Jan. 16-17: Buck Jones In SHADOW RANCH, and the first epi
sode of THE INDIANS ARE COMING," an all-talking serial
that has had a run in many of the flrwt-run houses throughout
the country because of its appeal to both adults and children.
HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL
Mrs. Tom Caldwell, who has been
quite ill for some time in the hos
pital at Pendleton, returned home
Sunday very much improved in
Miss Snow McCoy, who has been
working in the fruit the past three
months at Imbler, returned Wed
nesday. The Irrigon basketball team play
ed a losing game with the Hermis
ton team Friday evening.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Brace and
family were dinner guests of Mr.
and Mrs. E. A. Houghton Christmas
Bishop Wisdom came home Wed
nesday to spend a few days with
Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Isom return
ed Saturday from Monument where
they were visiting relatives.
The Christmas tree and program
at the community church Wednes
day evening was attended by a
large crowd and was enjoyed by
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Henry of
Winona, Wash., with Mrs. Weir also
from Winona, William Weir, and
son of Butte Falls are spending the
holidays with Mr. and Mrs. Henry
Mr. and Mrs. Roscoe Williams and
family and Mr. and Mrs. E. A.
Houghton and family were Pendle
ton visitors Wednesday.
Joyce Caldwell, who is teaching
near Portland, is spending her va
cation with her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Tom Caldwell.
Paul Gravel of Union has purch-
asea tne K. u Wisdom place three
miles east of Irrigon and will make
his home there.
Walter Warren is home again for
a few days visit with his parents,
Mr. and Mrs. James Warren.
Earl Stewart a student at Mon
mouth normal school, is spending
the holidays with his parents. Mr.
and Mrs. Chas. Stewart
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Reiks were
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Alquist
of Umatilla Thursday.
The town basketball team played
the Pendleton team on their floor
Saturday evening, the score being
'S-ii in ravor or Irrigon.
Miss Hazel Renfro Is spending
the holidays with relatives at Clov
erdale. Mr. and Mrs. John Grabell, Ves
dee Leach and Earl Isom were
gusets of Mr. and Mrs. Mac Grabeil
of Umatilla Thursday.
A sumptuous Christmas dinner
was spread at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. Frank Markham, with Mr. and
Mrs. Fred Markham and family,
Mr. and Mrs. Jess Oliver and fam
ily and Mr. and Mrs. Haplay as
guests. A delightful time was had
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Brace and
family motored to Hermiston Satur
day night- to see the show.
SCHOOL GIVES PROGRAM.
A pleasant program and Christ
mas tree were enjoyed Friday eve
ning, December 19, at Lena, district
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48, Pleasant Point school. District
number two assisted in the enter
tainment Children taking part in
the program were Mary Cunha, Pa
tricia and Mary Daly, Allen Struth
ers, Phillip Smith and Darrell and
Delbert Vinson. The program was
prepared by Miss Mary Lansdale of
district 48 and Miss Mary Doherty
of district 2. Sixty-three people at
tended. The schoolhouse was beau
tifully decorated by Mrs. Chas.
Smith, Mrs. Antone Cunha and Miss
Mary Cunha. Although there was
no snow, Santa Claus was able to
be there to afford amusement for
George Stagg of Weston and Mr.
and Mrs. George Cummings and
Mrs. Lizzie Lansdale of Pendleton,
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Antone Cun
ha that evening, attended the pro
gram at Pleasant Point school, Fri
day, Dec. 19. Mr. and Mrs. Cum
mings, who nine years ago lived on
a homestead in the vicinity, had a
pleasant time visiting old acquaint
ances on Butter creek.
FIND BUSINESS GOOD.
Mr. and Mrs. P. Hanlon, transient
photographers who arriver In the
city some two months ago expecting
to remain till Christmas, found it
impossible to close shop as expected,
reporting that they have been kept
as busy every day since as any time
before Christmas. They say they
have enjoyed their stay in Heppner
very much, and it is with misgiving
that they announce their leaving
within a few weeks. With their fully-equipped
pullman motor car they
find life on the road enjoyable. On
leaving Heppner they expect to visit
relatives for a while, and journey
on to Los Angeles for the winter.
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