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HEPPNER GAZETTE TIMES. HEPPNER, OREGON, THURSDAY, MAY 21, 1931.
MRS. A. T. HEREIM. Correspondent.
ty at their home in honor or air.
and Mrs. F. A. Fortier who were
visitor in Boardman. Six tables of
500" were in play. Honors were
accorded Mrs. Dillabough, Kay
Brown. Mrs. Macomber and Mr.
Fortier. Present were Mr. and Mrs.
F. A. Fortier. Mr. and Mrs. Guy
Barlow, Mr. and Mrs. Macomber.
Mr. and Mrs. Ransier, Mr. and Mrs.
Graduation exercises for the sen
oirs of the Boardman high school
were held in the school auditorium
Wednesday evening. May 13. Six coafc3 .Mr .and Mi s. Spagle. Mr. and
students received their aiplomas. Urs Gillespie. Mr. and Mrs. Mar-
Norma Gibbons, Gladys Graves, hat Mr. and Mrs. Brown, Mr. and
Gladys Wicklander, Vernon Koot, Mra Dillabough. Miss Katherine
Dallas Wilson and Carl ickland- Brown and Mr. Orla Brown and the
er. Charles F. Walker, president nosta
of the Northwestern School of Com- Elmer Westervelt was a dinner
merce, delivered the commence- gut at the Preuter home Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. noyai nanas ana
ment address. The program was:
processional, "The Priest March
(Mendelssohn), Rhoda Shellenberg-
er: invocation. Rev. W. O. Miller;
salutatory address, Vernon Root;
violin solo, Orla L. Brown; veledic-
family were guests at a lovely din
ner at the Ballenger home on Sunday.
Work started Saturday on the
Wallula cut-off, with Biggs and
tory address. Norma Gibbons; vocal Hallyburton of Hermiston as con-
selection. Howard Channing, nay ,rB(,tnrs. Lots of the local men
Barlow, Buster Rands, Bryce Dilla- nave Deen making numerous trips
bough, Miriam Campbell; com- to Cold springs during the past
mencement address, "The Quest of weeitj trying to get on with the
the Times." Charles F. Walker; pre- At resent Z. J. GillesDie and
sentation of diplomas. Lee Mead; Hector Wicklander are working
vocal duet "'Where My caravan tnere yOi teams, and Ray Barlow
Has Rested" (LohrJ, Mrs. coats ana is with shovel gang.
Mrs. Surface. The stage was pret
tily decorated with crepe paper in
the class colors and with large bou
quets of carnations and foliage.
Mr. and Mrs. George Rayburn of
School closed at the Alpine school
Portland were guests at the Cramer Frjday, May 15. The pupils met at
home last week,
The Ladies Aid met at the home
of Mrs. Allen ..ednesday. Mrs. Lot
tie Attebury had charge of the mis
Mr. Fortier drove down from Un-
the school at 10:30 o'clock In the
morning. The graae scnooi rnytnm
band played and the teachers and
students each told what he or she
was going to do during vacation
Certificates of perfect attendance
ion Saturday evening. Mrs. Fortier and no tardiness were presented to
and Norma accompanies him home Irl and Mildred Clary of the grade
Sunday. room and Margaret Mcuaiu in tne
A few friends entertained at a high school room. Bruce Lindsay
sumputous picnic dinner in honor and Claud Finley were each given
of the teachers at the Dillabough a reading certificate, and everyone
nicnic erounds. Those present were was given his report card. After-
Miriam Campbell, Mrs. Martha Ti- wards delicious dishes of Ice cream
tus. Rhoda Shellenberger, Kather- and cake were served by Miss Do-
ine Brown, Orla Brown, Bill Harn- herty. Besides the teachers and
den. Helen Russell. Mr. and Mrs. students present weie Mr. and Mrs.
Marschat, Mr. and Mrs. Gorham, Claud Fniley, Mrs. Dan Lindsay
Mr. and Mrs. Brown, Mr. and Mrs. and daughter Annie Ree, and Irl
Macomber, Mr. and Mrs. Rands and Clary senior. School was dismissed
familv. Mr. and Mrs. Dillabough and at noon.
family, Mr. and Mrs. Mead and fam- Mr. Fix of Echo and Mr. French
ilv. After dinner music and singing 0f Pendleton were in this commun
were enjoyed. ity on business Saturday and Sun-
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Grande came home Wednesday to Miss Naomi Moore, Miss Mildred
attend the graduation exercises. Howard and Miss Lydia Carlson of
Thev returned to La Grande Sunday Pine City were visitors at tne ai-
morning. pine schoolhouse Thursday after-
Walter Denson of Kamela was a noon.
Boardman visitor last week. Miss Wilma McCarty who grad-
Blaydens have about 400 Rhode uated at Pine City left for The
Island Red baby chicks. They sent Dalles where she will remain for a
the eggs to a hatchery and had very while visiting with her sister.
good results. Neil Doherty of Lone Tree was
Mr. and Mrs. Ransier entertain- in this community Thursday on his
ed a number of friends Friday eve- way home from Butter creek.
ning in honor of Mrs. Shane who is The sheep belonging to B. P. Do-
leaving Boardman. Dancing was herty left for the mountains last
enjoyed during the evening. About week. Frank Linnon, Lawrence Do-
35 guests were present herty, Bill McDaid and Pat Curran
A number of the Boardman leTt with them
young folks attended the dance at Mr. and Mrs. Henry Rauch and
Arlington Saturday evening. children were visitors in Echo Sun-
A. T. Hereim Jr., who accompan- day.
led his mother to Colorado, return- Mr. and Mrs. Dan Hirl of Pen-
ed home Friday morning with his dleton made a short visit at the
uncle. Mrs. Hereim and Orthun B. P. Doherty ranch last week. They
plan to stay there for a time. came out Tuesday evening and re-
R. Smith has purchased a new turned Wednesday morning.
sport roadster. Edmund Hirl and his sister, Mrs.
Earl Cramer came home from Vere Hale, were visiting with
Enterprise Saturday where he has friends in this community Wednes-
been working for some time, we day from their nome in Lena.
left again Monday for Heppner Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph Klinger
where he will shear. and children made a short visit in
J. R. Johnson and family motored Echo Sunday.
to Wasco and The Dalles Tuesday. Walter Wigglesworth motored to
Mrs. J. H. Johnson returned home Portland on business Sunday and
with them for a visit returned home Wednesday.
The home team defeated Lexing- A crowd gathered at the home of
ton Sunday at the ball game played Mr. and Mrs. Henry Rauch Friday
on the Boardman diamond. The evening, May 18, and had a surprise
score was 10-12. party. The evening was spent in
The freshman class gave their re- dancing. Supper was served at mid-
turn party to the rest of the high night. Those present were Mr. and
school in the form of a picnic at Mrs. Julian Rauch, Mr. and Mrs.
the Dillabough picnic grounds Fred Rauch, Mr. and Mrs. Henry
Thursday evening. Rauch, Mr. and Mrs. Kudolpn
Bill Harnden is visiting at the Klinger, Mr. and Mrs. Irl Clary, Mr.
Denson home this week. and Mrs. McKenzie, Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. Buskirk have mov- Walter Wigglesworth, Mrs. Dan
ed to Castle Rock where Mr. Bus- Lindsay, Mrs. Chas. Schmidt, Mrs.
kirk will work on the section. Mrs. Chas. Jamieson, Mrs. Bert Michel,
Buskirk will be remembered as Vio- Fred Rauch, August Rauch, Irvin
let nilhret-h - Rauch. Henry Rauch, Kenneth
Mrs. Nick Faler was a visitor at Klinger, Art Schmidt, Farrell Houn-
the Channing home for several days shell, Alfred Schmidt, Alex Lindsay,
last week. Mrs. Faler came to see Bruce Lindsay, Irl Clary Jr., Joe
about shipping the horses to Port- Kilkenny, Dale Bundy, Jack Stew
land where Mr. Faler will have art, Tom Craig, Doris Rauch, Cam-
work. Mr. Dillon took the horses ilia Kilkenny, Dorothy Doherty
down Wednesday in his truck. Katherine Doherty, Rosella Doner-
Sabbath school at the Seventh ty, Catherine McDaid, Nora McDaid
Day Adventist church will be at 10 Margaret McDaid, Mabel Rauch
a. m.. Dreach ne bv Mrs. Ben Atte- iUlsie Kaucn, raunne itaucn, u
bury at 11. This will be Mr. and dred Howard, Margaret Howard,
Mrs. Ben Attebury's last Sunday
here. Everyone is invited to attend,
Mrs. Doyle Hubbel and son re
turned home from Hermiston Sun-
Reitha Howard, Ina and Doris
Rauch, May and Fay Rauch, Annie
Ree Lindsay and Mildred Clary.
Miss Elsie Strain, who has been
dav. The babv has been named staying with her sister, Mrs. nun
Keith Hubbel. Wattenburger while attending
Mr. and Mrs. Ves Attebury were school at Pine City, left last week
hosts at a lovely dinner Saturday, for Kamlah, idano, where she win
having as guests Mr. and Mrs. Ben spend the summer witn ner parents
Attehurv and Mr. Greez. The Atte- W. J. Doherty, W. J. McDaid
burys are enjoying berries from Lawrence Doherty, Dorothy Doher
their own strawberry patch. ty and Frank Linnon made a hur-
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Bradley of ried trip to Heppner Thursday
Seattle have moved onto the old morning.
Cummins ranch, now owned by Mrs. G. L. Bennett and daughter
Bates. Mr. Bradley is Mrs. Jen- Ruth motored to Hoppner Friday
kins' son. where they visited with Miss Helen
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Dye and Bennett while there,
daughter Delore sof Seattle spent Mr. and Mrs. Hensley were week
several davs last week visiting at end visitors at the G. L. Bennett
the Lowell Snagle home. They home last week,
were also entertained at the Jen- W. J. McDaid, Nora McDaid and
kins and Packard homes while here. Catherine McDaid motored to Lena
Word has been received here that on business last Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. Chas Attebury of De
troit, Mich., are the parents of a
baby boy. Chas. Attebury Is the
son of Mr. and Mrs. Ves Attebury.
The E. Lahue family has moved
onto the Broyles place.
Mr. and Mrs. Pettyjohn from Wil
low creek were Boardman visitors
Mrs. Marie Shane and children
left Saturday for Hillsboro where
her father lives. They expect to re
main there during the. summer and
work in the fruit.
Miss Miriam Campbell, home ec
onmolcs teacher, left Sunday morn
ing for her home In Portland. Miss
Rhoda Shellenberger, primary tea
cher, and Orla Brown, seventh and
eighth grade teacher, left Monday
morning for Portland.
Miss Edith Stallard, county nurse,
was a visitor In Boardman Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. Royal Rands were
hosts Saturduy night at a card par-
Irl Clary returned Thursday from
Portland where he spent several
Julian Rauch and children spent
Sunday afternoon visiting in Echo.
Miss Nora McDaid and Miss Dor
Is Klinger motored to Lexington on
business Friday afternoon.
Miss Katherine Doherty spent
Monday visiting at the home of her
sister, Mrs. P. J. Curran.
The Dan Doherty sheep left dur
ing the week for the mountains
where they will be kept for the sum
mer. W. T. Doherty, Nell Doherty,
John Callahan and John Bannon
took them In.
For Sale 15-foot Holt steel Com
bine; has cut about 1000 acres; good
condition and a bargain. See Frank
75 weaner pigs for sale, $5 each
Frank Swaggart, Lena. 7-10
JENNIE E. McMURRAT.
Mrs. May Ellis and Mr. Lonnie
Ritchie were married Sunday at 2
p. m., May 17, at the home of Mr.
Ritchie's sister, Mrs. Ted Troge, on
Second street. Rev. W. W. Head,
pastor of the Congregational
church, was the officiating clergy
man. The bride's home was for
merly in Vernonia, The groom has
been a resident of lone since child
hood, and owns property on First
street where he and his bride will
make their home. The newlyweds
have many well-wishers In lone.
Those present to witness the mar
riage vows were Mr. and Mrs. tioD
ert Allstott and sons, Alvin and
Bobby, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Ritchie,
Winona and Freddie, Miss ions
Ritchie, Franklin Lindstrom, Mr.
and Mrs. Charley Ritchie and
grandson, Billy Bucknum, Mr. and
Mrs. Fred Ross and son Charles,
Mr. and Mrs. Ted Troge and daugh
ter Marguerite, and Doris Allstott.
In the evening a large number of
friends gathered at the Ritchie
home for an old-fashioned chari
vari, and to extend good wishes and
congratulations to the bride and
groom. Ice cream was served to
each self-invited guest by Mr. and
A cordial invitation is extended
to all to attend the Memorial day
program being prepared by the Am
erican Legion and Legion auxiliary.
This will be given at Legion hall at
2:30 in the afternoon of May 30.
The program follows: song, Star
Spangled Banner, by the audience;
invocation. Rev. W. W. Head; piano
duet, Gladys Drake and Margaret
Blake; vocal solo, Eugene Nor-
moyle; reading, Ruth Kietmann;
violin solo, Mrs. Sam Hatcn; aa
dress, Rev. W. W. Head; vocal solo,
Thelma Corley; Story of the Poppy,
Mary Beckner; vocal solo, Joel En-
gelman; reading, Vivian Hague
wood; sextette, Vera Rietmann,
Mareraret Blake, Mary Beckner,
Elaine Rietmann, Tneima uoriey,
Gladys Drake; piano silo, Charles
Battersby; benediction, Kev. w. w
Baccalaureate services were held
in the Christian church Sunday
morning. The processional was
played by Mrs. Earl Blake. There
was congregational singing and a
special musical number, a quartet
bv L. N. Riggs, Donald weimer,
Robert Botts and Joel fcngeiman.
Rev. W. W. Head read as the scrip
ture lesson Ecclesiastes 12, and us
ed as the text of his sermon Daniel
1-8. "But Daniel purposed in his
heart," placing the stress on "pur-
Dose." Recessional by Mrs. Blake.
A large crowd gathered at Rhea
Creek grange hall Saturday evening
to join in the fun of the masquer
ade party and dance, and to De pre
sent at the old fiddlers contest. The
contestants were Uncle Billy Brown
Mr. Demaris, Charley Botts, John
Botts and Algott Lundell. To Uncle
Billy Brown, aged 81 years, was
awarded the honor of being the best
old time fiddler, and, we understand
he will compete with others in a
county contest. Scott Brown play
ed the banjo accompaniment for
Algott Lundell and for Mr. Brown
senior, while Robert Botts accom
panied Charley Botts, John Botts
and Mr. Demaris.
The annual Junior-Senior banquet
was served at 7 o'clock Wednesday
evening, May 13, at Masonic hall,
The room was decorated with sen
ior class colors and spring flowers,
Plates were laid for 37. Place cards
for the seniors were miniature dip
lomas, tied with the class colors and
bearing kindly greetings from the!
hosts, the members of the junior
class. The following program was
given between courses: vocal solo
by Minnie Normoyle; piano solo by
Ralph Gibson; vocal duet Dy Min
nie Normovle and Opal Finn; read
ing by Jeanne Huston. Kalpn
Thompsen, president of the Junior
class, was toastmaster, and re
sponses were made by Mr. Tucker,
Mr. Riggs. Miss Emmons, Hian mc-
Cabe, Virgil Esteb, Francis Ely and
Rev. Mr. Head.
"The Cat," a comedy in three acts,
was given at the high school audi
torium Thursday evening, May 14
The play was well received by
large audience. Each part was well
learned and well presented, an
both the cast and the sponsor, Miss
Dolores Leavens, merited much
praise. Between acts the following
numbers were given: vocal soio,
Eugene Normoyle; cornet solo, Don
ald Heliker, and vocal solo, Joel n,n
Friday, May 15, the members oi
the high school with the four high
school teachers motored to the
mountains for the annual picnic
The place selected was "Blue Moun
tain Home." owned by W. H,
French, who always extends a kind
ly welcome. The young folks had
a busy day and returned home ear
ly in the evening, tired but happy,
More than people attended tne
community picnic held Friday at
the schoolhouse. The mothers
brought well filled baskets and the
dinner thus supplied was topped
off by eight gallons of Ice cream
ten gallons of punch and Ave gal
Ions of coffee furnished by the four
grade teachers. During the dinner
hour Mrs. Harriet Brown, seventh
grade teacher, made a report of
the disposition of the money receiv
ed last fall at the grade school en
tertainment and carnival. In the
first and second grade room small
tables were made for the children
and these and the chairs were paint
ed, and book shelves were built.
In the third and fuorth grade room
book shelves were built, and the old
double seats were rebuilt Into. sin
gle ones and stained. In the fifth
and sfxth grade room, shelves were
built and a fine globe purchased
and In the seventh and eighth
grade room shelves were built and
the final payment made on the en
cyclopedias. A ten dollar deficit in
the hot lunch fund was taken care
of and the costumes and other ex
penses Incidental to the Health pa
geant at Heppner on May day were
paid. The shelves In each room ar"e
to take care of the district-owned
books which will be In use next
The O, E. S. Social club held Its
regular meeting last Friday after
noon at Masonic hall. Fifteen lad
ies were present. Delicious refresh
ments were served by the hostess, 1
Mrs. R. E. Harbison of Morgan
Because of the terrible dust storm
Sunday a picnic planned for that
day turned out to be a house party,
but everyone enjoyed himself just
the same. The jolly picnic crowd
gathered at the Joe Gibson home.
Those present were Mr. and Mrs. E.
J. Bristow, Lucile and Walter, Mr.
and Mrs. Gibson and Ralph, Dannie
Porter, Mr. and Mrs. P. C. Peter
son, Harry and Elmer, Dorothy and
Melvin Brady, Annabelle McCabe,
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Ledbetter and
Eatelle, Mr. and Mrs. Peter Timm,
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Ball and chil
dren, George Timm, Opal Finn, Mr.
and Mrs. Mack Stevens and Mr.
Webb from Rock creek, Mr. and
Mrs. Spaulding from Arlington and
Cris Peterson from Washington, a
guest of his brother, P. C. Peterson.
Agent J. W. Howk reports a de
cided increase in the amount of
shipping being done on this branch
of the O. W. R. & N. company.
Much wheat is being shipped out
and livestock and wool are moving.
On Monday Krebs Brothers shipped
32 cars of sheep to the summer
range at Fort Browning, Mont.
Barratt & Son loaded eight cars at
the same time and destined for the
same place. The forty cars were
loaded at Cecil and made up two
special trains. On Friday, McNamer
shipped three cars of sheep, R. A.
Thompson two and KrAs Brothers
one, all double deckers, to the east
Ture Peterson shipped a car of
cattle to the North Portland mar
ket Saturday. Recently Jack Hynd
shipped two cars of wool, 80,000
pounds, from here. The shipment
went to Portland, then by boat to
J. I. Purdy, traveling freight ag
ent, was in town Monday looking
after sheep shipments.
Bill Ahalt and Ted Murphy went
with the sheep shipment for the
eastern market. While in the east
Ahalt expects to purchase a truck
and drive it back to Oregon.
Walter Gibson who on Wednes
day of last week underwent an ap
pendicitis operation in a Heppner
hospital, is recovering nicely.
Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Warren and
granddaughter, Dorothy Nelson,
rove to The Dalles Saturday to
visit Mr. and Mrs. Warren's daugh
ter, Mrs. Clarence Nelson, who is
patient in a hospital in that city.
We are glad to report that they
found their daughter somewhat im
The Charley Botts family spent
Sunday at the Virgil Warren ranch
Bruce and John Botts and Ray
mond Fletcher motored to Yakima
Monday. The young men are seek
Mr. and Mrs. Lee Beckner and
two nephews, Eugene and Harry
Normoyle, were guests from Friday
until Sunday at the home of Mr.
Beckner's brother, Fred Beckner,
at Washtucna, Wash.
Mrs. Elmo McMillan of Salem
came up to lone for Mother's day,
and will remain until after the
graduation of her brother, Norman
Mrs. Rex Fislk of Kennewick,
Wash., is visiting her aunt Mrs.
W. E. Ahalt was an out-going
passenger on the stage Tuesday,
bound for Toppenish, Wash., for a
visit with his daughter, Mrs. Robert
Montague. Before Mr. Ahalt's re
turn he may also visit his son,
Harold Ahalt, at King's Hill, Idaho.
Carl Bergstrom, Walter and Noel
Dobyns and Ray Drake returned
Saturday from a fishing trip to
Crooked river. They report a fine
time and a good catch.
Mr. and Mrs. Perry Bartelmay of
Mays motored to lone Sunday. Mr.
Bartelmay returned home at once,
but Mrs. Bartelmay remained for a
longer visit with her parenst Mr.
and Mrs. M. R. Morgan.
The end of the school year is al
most here. The teachers who have
lived and labored among us, and
taken an active part in the social
affairs of our community, will be
missed. Principal and Mrs. George
E. Tucker plan on a visit to Astoria
where Mr. Tucker's people live.
Later in the summer Mr. Tucker
will attend summer school at U. of
O. and Mrs. Tucker will go to Lan
der, Wyoming, to be with her peo
ple for a few weeks. L. N. Riggs,
after a visit at his home in Port
land, will spend the summer on a
farm near Hood River. Miss Flor
ence Emmons returns to her home
at Salem and will attend summer
school at Willamette university.
Miss Dolores Leavens plans on
spending the summer at her home
in Portland. Mrs. Harriet Brown
goes first to The Dalles to the
home of her daughter, Mrs. Dewey
MacMullen, then to Portland for a
short stop at the Ritchie home and
hence to Salem where she will be
a guest of Mrs. Helen Walker. Lat
er Mrs. Brown goes to San Fran
cisco where she will enjoy a visit
with her daughter, Mrs. Harold
Gulland, and with her sister, Mrs.
Eva O'Reilly. While in California
she will spend six weeks time in
teacher's college and hopes to at
tend N. E. A. Miss Geneva Pelky,
at the close of school, will go to
the home of her aunt in Milton.
Miss Hildegarde Williams expects
to visit shortly at the home of Mrs,
Verda Ritchie in Portland, but will
spend the greater part of her vaca
tion with her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Carl Williams, who reside near Se
attle. Miss Maude Knight will va
cation at her home at Cottage
Ernest Heliker has returned to
his home and is recovering nicely
from his recent operation.
Mrs. Ethel Fraser, who has been
spending some time at the home of
her daughter, Mrs. Sam Hatch, de
parted last week for Seattle, where
she will visit, before returning to
her home at Long Beach, Ca4.
Ted Troge, who recently sold his
dray business and residence to Edi
son Morgan, will be moving his
household goods to his new home
as soon as school closes. Mr. and
Mrs. Troge are going onto a farm
near Clackamas owned by Mr,
Troge's parents, and situated near
farm land owned by the Troges.
These good people will be missed
in our community.
In Morgan the close of school
was celebrated by a picnic held Sat
urday at the Odd Fellows hall.
About 30 were in attendance and
all enjoyed the day. Miss Alice
Palmer of. Lexington taught in the
Morgan school this year.
Frank Engelman has been in
Portland for the past week or more.
Bruce Gibb of Heppner has en-
tered Uie employ of I. R. Robison
who owns and operates the High
Mr. and Mrs. George Frank and
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Rowell motor
ed to Hermiston Friday, returning
the same day. On the return trip
they were accompanied by Hazel
Frank who had been attending
school at Hermsiton.
Mr. and Mrs. Martin Bauernfeind
are Corvallis visitors this week.
(Continued on Page Six.)
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A New York banker has figured
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