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HEPPNER GAZETTE TIMES, HEPPNER, OREGON, THURSDAY, JAN. 8, 1931
MRS. A. T. HEREIM. Correspondent
W. O. King of Boardman and
his three children had a narrow es
cape Monday morning while on
their way to school. Their car turn
ed over just west of Messner due to
the icy pavement. Roadmaster
Hamlin came by and took Francine
and Mr. King to Hermiston for
medical attention. Mr. King return
ed to his school work later in the
day and Francine was left in the
Hermiston hospital. Other than
bruises and shock Ruth and Stan
ley suffered no ill effects. The car
was badly wrecked, with top and
front wheels torn off. Their many
friends are all glad the accident was
no more serious.
Mrs. Richard Dailey and twin
sons are home from Hermiston. The
twins weighed 4 and 4H pounds re
spectively, but are both well and
strong. Mrs. Dailey's mother re
turned this week to her home in
Baker after being with her daugh
ter and new grandsons for several
Mr. and Mrs. Glen Hadley were
hosts at a lovely dinner New Years
day. Guests were the Spagles,
Packards, Strobels and Mrs. Stro-
bel's mother, Mrs. Phoebe Shaw.
The ranch house of Mr. and Mrs.
Howrad E. Bates was burned to the
ground on New Years night The
fire started while Mr. and Mrs.
Bates were milking and nothing
was saved except a phonograph.
The ranch is owned by Mr. Hed-
gren of La Grande who carried
some insurance. Some insurance
was also carried on the household
One of the many nice New Years
dinner parties was that given by
Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Marschat Cod
ers were laid for Mr. and Mrs. Lee
Mead and children, Mrs. Martha Ti
tus and son and the hosts.
The young people have returned
to their various schools after spend
ing the holidays with their folks.
Miss Mary Healey and Nellie Dillon
left on Tuesday for Portland where
both attend business school. Linda
Hango returned to U. of O., Howard
Packard to Corvallis, Eldon Wilson
left Monday for La Grande. Buster
Rands who has also been attending
norma school at La Grande is not
returning for this semester but
plans to resume his work next fall,
Beth Myrl Miller also returned to
Morrow County Pomona Grange
met here Saturday with large at
tendance. E. B. Aid rich, editor of
the Pendleton East Oregonian, who
was to have spoken on the Umatilla
Rapids project, was unable to at
tend and his place was taken by F
B. Swayze of Hermiston. Other
numbers on the program consisted
of vocal selections, readings and
talk by Sid Barnard of the Hermis
ton farm bureau. This program
was followed by a public installa
tion of officers of the subordinate
granges. In the evening the fifth
degree work was exemplified by the
Boardman degree team. The tab
leaux were especially effective and
the drill teams of the juvenile and
Pomona grange were extra good
About 25 candidates were initiated
Among the visitors from the south
end of the county were C. W. Smith
county agent, and S. E. Notson, at
torney. A sumptuous dinner was
served at noon and supper was also
served in the evening.
George Wicklander Jr. had the
misfortune to fall from his horse
Sunday while crossing a ditch at
the I. Skoubo ranch. He fell in
such a manner that the horse step
ped on his chest and he was unable
to attend school Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Wicklander.
Mrs. Brice Dillabough, Mrs. Royal
Rands and Mrs. Marie Shane mo
tored to Condon Sunday where Mr
Wicklander conducted a joint in
stallation of three granges.
Helen Mead returned home Sat
urday from La Grande where she is
having some dental work done. She
is wearing braces on both her up
per and lower teeth.
Mr. and Mrs. Joe McConnell mov
ed to Quinton January first Mr.
McConnell, who has been section
foreman at Coyote, traded places
with Westley Bottemiller. Mr. Bot
temiller is coming here in order that
his little daughter Betty might en
ter school. Mrs. Bottemiller is a
grand-daughter of Y. P. Rutherford.
T. P. Rutherford received word
of the death of his niece, Florence
Rutherford, near Lebam, Wash.,
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who was instantly killed in an auto
accident She is the daughter of
Vera Rutherford who visited his
brother this summer. Rutherfords
were unable to attend the funeral
Normal Rainville is having a
siege of the mumps. There have
been several cases on the project
Mary Kunze is recovering from a
serious burn on her leg.
Miss Katherine Brown came home
from a pleasant vacation trip spent
with her friend in Albany, the for
mer Bessie Cruikshank. She also
visited in Corvallis.
Miss Francis Spike spent several
hours in Boardman at the Mar
schat home on her way to The Dal
les where she is instructor in home
Alva Jones, Jess Deos, Dave Wil
son and Frank Elder were visitors
at the Robert Wilson home Sunday.
Miss Norma Gibbons came home
Sunday from Union where she spent
the holidays with her parents.
Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Cooney were
hosts at a lovely dinner on New
Years day with V. H. Tyler and
family as guests.
Mrs. Jess Deos and children were
visitors Thursday at the Wilson
P. M. Smith sold six head of Hol-
steins to the Eastern Oregon hos
pital at Pendleton.
One of the pleasantest of the
many card parties that have been
given this winter was that given by
Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Packard on
New Years eve. There were four
tables of "500" with honors going to
Mrs. Spagle and Mr. Jenkins. A
social hour was enjoyed over the
dainty lunch. Playing were the
Spagles, Strobels, Bates, Jenkins,
R. Brown, Howard Packard, Mike
Mulligan, Mr. Hadley, Elvira Jen
kins and the hosts.
Mrs. Clarence Johnson and chil
dren, Catherine and Earl, returned
to their home in Spokane after a
pleasant visit with her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Ves Attebury during the
Gorhams were dinner guests of
the Hereims on New Years day.
The teachers all returned home
from pleasant vacation trips.
Many of the younger set attended
the dance at Irrigon on New Years
Friends of the Finnells who were
early pioneers of Boardman will be
interested to hear that they are liv
ing in Spokane where Mrs. Finnell
is managing an apartment house
and Mr. Finnell is selling washing
machines. They have been living at
Springton, Ida., for a number of
years but were forced to leave be
cause of forest fires this summer.
They have a small son, three years
of age. Mr. Finnell was bookkeep
er for the Ballenger Lumber com
pany here a number of years ago.
A close and exciting basketball
game was played last Monday night
between the high school team and
the alumni. The score stood 21-19
in favor of the high school lads.
A branch of the Hermiston farm
bureau feed store has been opened
at Boardman with L. V. Root in
charge. The Harry Murchie build
ing has been rented for this pur
pose and Boardman farmers will
now be enabled to get their feed
here instead of driving to Hermis
ton. Catherine and Jimmie Farley of
Willow creek were visitors at the
Slevin home Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Ben Attebury are
nicely located in Hermiston where
they will make their home. They
plan to rent the ranch here, proba
bly to Mr. Sauders.
A group of the younger set had a
dancing party at the Chas. Wick
lander home Saturday night while
their parents were attending Pomo
na. Couples were present from
Lexington, lone and Irrigon.
The student body realizing the
need of dressing rooms and show
ers in the gymnasium have taken
it upon themselves to start the con
struction with student body funds.
The boys have been doing the work
themselves with the aid of Superin
tendent Marschat and Coach King.
A cesspool 8x8x10 feet has already
been made. Mr. Marschat, while on
the end of a pick handle, had an
encounter with a recalcitrant rock
and carried a "shiner" for several
days. Plans call for two dressing
rooms and wash rooms. They are
looking for a water tank now, hop
ing to purchase a second hand one
in good condition or better still re
ceive one as a gift Dressing and
showers have always been a prob
lem after games for the class rooms
were used and much fuel used to
heat water sufficient for showers.
The student body members are to
be commended on their incentive in
this matter and should be given a
helping hand. It might be a good
project for the P. T. A. to sponsor
Houston of The Dalles has been
buying cattle here this week.
Arlington and Boardman will
play here Saturday night This is
the first game of the season and it
is hoped there will be a good crowd
Meadowlarks, 1st, 2nd and 3rd
We wish everyone a Happy New
Year. We are all going to try to
make it a happy new year at home,
and at school.
We have a new girl in the first
grade. Her name is Betty Bottemiller.
We changed our library table and
put in a new desk. Anne Ludeman,
Columbia State, 5th and 6th
Lorraine Dillabough and Peter
Farley spent Christmas vacation
away from home.
The fifth grade has finished its
Columbia state won the Christ
mas seal sale contest. The sum was
$10.07. Maxine Machan, editor.
Plymouth State, 7th and 8th
During vacation Frances Titus
visited at Union and La Grande.
We all returned to school Monday,
Jan. 5, after a happy two weeks va
cation. Dec. 19 we had our Christmas
tree. Mrs. Brown, Mrs. Shane and
Mrs. Wilson visited us during the
We were very sorry to hear of
the death of Mr. Richardson Dec. 17.
Freda Richardson is in our room.
Mitchell Ellis returned to school
Monday after three weeks absence
because of mumps.
RESOLUTIONS OF RESPECT.
In Memory of Sister Naomi Re
becca Sal ing, who died December
Again that unwelcome yet relent
less visitor, death, hath, entered the
portals of our lodge room and sum
moned a dear sister to the beauti
ful home beyond. Her zealous woi'i
in the interests of our beloved Or
der, and her life, laden with gentle
ness and kind deeds, has won for
her the plaudit of the good Master.
and will cause her name to be cher
ished in the affectionate memory of
And Whereas, the all-wise Fath
er hath called our beloved sister to
the New Jerusalem, where "happily
she hath heard the signal of her re
lease on the bells of the Holy City,
the chimes of eternal peace." And
she having been a faithful and ar
dent workerfl In the teaching of
Friendship, Love and Truth, there
fore be it, .
Resolved, that Mistletoe Rebeknli
Lodge No. 25, in testimony of her
loss, and to express its RebekLh
Love, drape its Charter in mourn
ing for thirty deays and that we
tender to the family of our deceased
sister .bur sincere condolence and
that a copy of these resolutions ba
sent to the family.
Sister Bertha Lovgren,
Sister Zoe Fisk,
Sister Frances Leathers,
CARD OF THANKS.
I wish to express my sincere
thanks to all who so kindly assisted
during our recent loss by fire, and
to the ladies of Hardman for their
MRS. LOTUS ROBISON.
Harold Llyod in FEET FIRST,
tHar Theater, Sunday, Monday and
Oscar Keithley, who was In town
on Monday afternoon from his
Eight Mile farm, reports a very
hard wind over that section Sunday
night, but ho damage was done so
far as he was informed.
W. E. Wigglesworth, who farms
the Bell ranch In Blackhorse, was
transacting business in the city
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Heppner, Oregon January 8, 1931,
As one fellow in lone
says, "New. Year Res
olutions are only made
to be broken." So this
year we didn't make
any good resolutions
except We dhould
like to see a lot of
building and repairing
of homes and build
ings around town.
Just as charity begins
at home, so should the
New Year get off to a
good start with neces
sary repair work.
ALBEBT AS KINS,
Cal Sweek says he is
going to quit smoking
if Sam Notson will
agree to quit talking
politics and give up
trying to save the
What few turkeys
are left can settle
down to a life of se
curity for the next ten
Whenever things get
so bad it seems they
can't be any worse
along comes a hurri
cane or the first of the
month to make it
The Chinese have a
rare custom on New
Years of forgiving all
of their debtors and in
turn of being forgiven.
So they start a New
Year with a clean
slate. It seems good
to us, but several of
our creditors didn't
seem to like the idea
of forgiving us.
If every one who
can afford to do so
could be induced to
make the improve
ments that they need,
at least a million un
employed men would
be put to work. Think
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Just because the
weather has been like
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ifornia, doesn't mean
that you should let
the coal supply run
low waiting for spring.
"Sorry but we don't
cash checks. Why I
wouldn't even cash a
check for my brother."
"Well, of course you
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ter than I do." !
Styles for 1931
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There will be at
least one Sunday a
Will Rogers will re
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JANUARY 10 & 12
Show itarts at 7:30 Dcori open half hour earlier. Theater Phone 472;
Home, 535. Admission: Sunday and Monday, 10c and 50c; Friday and
Saturday, lOo and 40c, unless otherwise advertised.
SUBJECT TO CHANGE WITHOUT NOTICE
FRIDAY AND SATURDAY, JANUARY 9-10:
BERT LYTEIX in
"Last of the Lone Wolf"
With Patsy Ruth Miller. Romantic Crook Drama by
Louis Joseph Vance.
Also CRAZY NIT, two reel comedy, and VOICE OF HOLLY
VVOOIJ. 10c and 40c.
SUNDAY-MONDAY-TUESDAY, JAN. 11-12-13
HAROLD LLOYD in
His second all-talking laugh special.
Also Song Cartoon IN THE SHADE OF THE OLD ArPLE TREE.
10c and 60c
COMING NEXT WEEK:
Jan. 10-171 Buck .Jones in SHADOW RANCH, all-talking Western.
THE INDIANS ARE COMING, first eplwdo of un all-talking
wrlul, and three additional short subjects.
Jan. 18-19-20: Jack Holt and Rulph Graves In HELL'S ISLAND.
Iti'ginning on Jan. 17th there will be a Matinee at 2:30 each Satur
day ufternoon at which we will dhow our regular Friday.Saturday
program, Children 10c, adult 25c. And on Sunday at 2:30 a Mat
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Children 15c, adultN 30c. One showing only each afternoon.
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