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HEPPNER GAZETTE TIMES, HEPPNER, OREGON, THURSDAY, NOV. 19, 1931.
By RACHEL JOHNSON.
On Thursday afternoon Mrs. E.
W. Peck gave a lovely party for
her little daughter Ernabell who
celebrated her second birthday on
that day. Thirty-two little guests
were present and enjoyed the ax
teraoon by playing games. Dainty
refreshments were served and each
little tot was presented with a
horn for a favor.
Marcus W. S. Holling and daugh
ter Xeminia of Portland are visit
ing this week at the Weston home.
Mr. Holling is the chief machinist
in the composing room for the Ure-
Richard Dingman of Goldendale
spent Sunday In Boardman looking
after his property.
Mr. Dexter of Hillsboro has pur
chased the Chas. Barnes ranch,
formerly occupied by Geo. Wick-
lander. The Wicklanders are now
located on the Wilkens ranch, hav
ing moved there last week.
Al Macomber of Fossil spent the
week end in Boardman. Mrs. Ma
comber and family returned home
with him Sunday after spending the
past week here visiting relatives.
Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Barlow and
Mrs. W. H. Mefford and Evelyn of
Corvallis who have spent a week
here visiting left Friday for Wapa
to where they will visit at the Al-
vin Mefford and the Deweese
homes. Mrs. L. V. Root accompan
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Berger are
the proud parents of a baby boy
born Nov. 11 at Madras. The baby
has been named Robert Allen Ju
Bill Harnden of La Grande is vis
iting this week at the home of his
mother, Mrs. Denson.
Guy Miller of La Grande, son of
Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Miller, spent
Sunday in Boardman.
Geo. Agee, who has been in Uma
tilla for some time, returned to
Boardman last week and plans to
spend the winter here.
Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Barlow, Mrs.
Jay Cox and Irene and Jesse mo
tored to The Dalles Saturday.
Truman Messenger is working for
the state highway department in
Rev. and Mrs. W. O. Miller of
Umatilla and Rev. Reddin, the
evangelist, are living in the house
known at the teachers cottage in
Miss Hazel Channing motored to
The Dalles Thursday.
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Cramer were
guests at a lovely dinner Sunday
at the W. O. King home.
Mrs. Oscar Lundell of Willow
creek was a Boardman visitor on
Mr. and Mrs. Royal Rands and
family were dinner guest3 of Mr.
and Mrs. Howard Channing Sun
Mr. and Mrs. Stout were Hermis-
ton visitors Sunday.
The Home Economics club met
last Wednesday afternoon at the
Channing home. Twenty-two la
dies were present The club is in
vited to the home of Mrs. Deos at
Willow creek Friday to attend a
Mr. and Mrs. Lee Mead enter
tained a number of friends at a
party in their home Saturday eve
ning. Six tames 01 ouu were in piay.
Guests were Mr. and Mrs. King, Mr.
and Mrs. Johnson, Mr. and Mrs.
Kennedy, Mr. and Mrs. Strobel, Mr.
and Mrs Packard, Mr. and Mrs.
Marschat, Mr. and Mrs. Brown, Mr.
and Mrs. Dillabough, Mr. and Mrs.
Coats, Mr. and Mrs. Gillespie, Mr.
and Mrs. Rands and Mr. and Mrs.
Ransier Mr. and Mrs Strobel won
hich honors and Mr. and Mrs.
Coats low. Delicious refreshments
were served late in the evening.
A charivari was given Mr. and
Mrs. Earl Cramer Thursday eve
ning. A large crowd was there to
erect the couple, xne usual treat
of candy and cigars was given the
A number of the farmers have
been picking turkeys for the past
week. Some are selling to the as
sociation and some are selling to
the markets in Portland.
A P. T. A. meeting was held Fri
day evening in the auditorium. The
following program was given:
Group singing"; puppet song, Kath
erine Mead and Echo Coats; talk
outlinging the year's program, by
Mrs. L. E. Marschat; song. Echo
Coats and Irene Cox; health play
let 3rd and 4th grades; talk, "Am
erican Educational Week," John
Steelhammer; recitation, Clara May
Dillon; two selections by the school
orchestra. This was the flrst ap
Dearance this year of the orches
tra which is directed by John Steel-
Mrs. Robert Wilson and Mrs. Tom
Hendricks spent several days In
Portland this week.
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Olsen of
Clatskanine are the parents of
babv boy born Saturday, Nov. 14.
Mrs. Olsen will be remembered here
as Frances Blayden.
The date set for the Ladles Aid
bazaar has been announced as Deo,
4th. and will be in the basement in
the school house. Dinner will be
in charee of Mrs. Morgan. One of
the new features of this year's ba
zaar is the rummage sale.
The younger crowd enjoyed a
dance at the LaHugh home Satur
day evening. About 25 couples at
tended. A Grange card party was given
Monday evening at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. Royal Rands. Nine tables
of 500 were in play. High scores
were won by Mrs. Coats and Mr.
Price, low by Mrs. Tyler and Mr.
Mr. and Mrs. Ray Brown and
Mrs. Nate Macomber motored to
Miss Rhoda Shellenberger, Miss
Miriam Campbell and John Steel
hammer were dinner guests at the
Price home Tuesday evening,
ALMA NEILL, Correspondent
Eb Hughes was a business caller
at Charley Bartholomew's Sunday.
W. D: Neill was a business visitor
in Echo Friday.
A birthday dinner was given in
honor of J. T. Ayers at his home
Sunday. Those present were Mr.
and Mrs. Burl Coxen and children
of Heppner, Mr. and Mrs. Frank
Ayers, Ellis and Floyd Coxen, all
of Hermiston, Mr. and Mrs. Clayton
Ayers and son Ray, Harvey Ayers,
Mr. and Mrs. Lon Wattenburger.
Ollie Neill and daughter Lenna
visited at the H E. Young homi
The Misses Audrey and Naomi
Moore, Alma Neill, Lila Bartholo
mew and Mrs. Roy Neill attended
the high school plays at Lexington
Friday evening. Later in the eve
ning they attended a birthday party
given in honor of LaVerne White
by his mother. A delightful time
was had both at the plays and the
Burl and Earle Wattenburger
made a business trip to Echo Mon
day. They also went duck hunting
near Stanneld but don't report
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Neill and Al
ma were business visitors at tne
Bill Smithurst home Sunday.
Lee Fine, formerly of Butter
creek, took dinner at the Lon Wat
tenburger home Monday.
Mrs. Sayor, Mrs. Gerkins, Mrs,
Reider and daughter Elsie were vis
itors from Hermiston at the Pine
City church Sunday afternoon.
Roy Neill made a business trip
to Hermiston Friday.
Horse back riding seems to be
quite a fad with the Pine City young
people now. Lila Bartholomew, Ne
va and Oleta Neill rode up Big But-1 day.
tre creek toward Vey's Sunday and J. G,
Alma Neill, Audrey and Naomi
Moore rode from the Moore home
Mr. Atkin and Miss Heath, high
school teachers, spent last week end
in Walla Walla. They plan to re
main here this coming week end.
Mrs. Ollie Neill and daughter
Oleta made a business trip to Her
Mrs. Polly Fowler returned home
to Echo Friday.
Armistice Day was observed by
Miss Young, Miss Heath, Lila Bar
tholomew, Oleta Neill, Hugh Neill,
Mr. Atkin and John Moore by rid
ing for some distance towards the
Melvin Folette of Hermiston was
a visitor on the creek Sunday.
Fred Rauch, Jr., visited at the
home of his uncle, Julian Rauch,
Mr. Atkin and Miss Heath took
dinner and spent the evening at
the C. H. Bartholomew home Wed
MRS. W. C. ISOM.
Thieves broke into' the garage be
longing to Tom Caldwell last Wed
nesday night and took a quantity
of accessories, tools, three tires and
punch board premiums. No trace
of the thieves has been found.
J. A. Grablel returned home from
the Hermiston hospital Wednesday
Henry Wier was called to Park
dale, Ore., Saturday to see his moth
er who was quite seriously injured
in an automobile accident at Port
land. Mrs. James Warner has
charge of the seventh and eighth
grades during his absence.
Mr. and Mrs. Batle Rand and
family motored to Pendleton Tues-
Haffner, who has been de
pot agent hree for some time, has
taken a position at Durkee, Ore.,
leaving Monday for that place.
Mrs. James Warner left Monday
for Salem to visit her son, Walter,
who is attending Willamette university.
The Irrigon band xepect to play
at the Oasis theater.
Mrs. Chas. Stewart is quite ill
with a cold.
Mrs. Clara Smith, Mrs. W. C. Is-
om, Mrs. A. C. Houghten, Mrs.
Frank Brace, Mrs Roscoe Williams,
and Mrs. Mary Smith were guests
at a birthday dinner Friday given
in honor of Mrs. George Haskell in
her home at Plymouth, Wash.
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Isom and Miss
Snow McCoy motored to Gibbon,
Ore., Saturday, stopping a short
time in Pendleton.
Mrs. Leola Beavert and Mrs.
Edith Puckett were Pendleton visit
Mother- Tommy, take your cas
tor oil before you go to bed.
Tommy No, I won't take it to
Mother Tommy, youre impu
Tommy No, I ain't, Ma, but the
bottle's empty and the drug store
is closed for the night
Gazipp In the two miles between
Hickville and Bumtown I drove by
18 hot dog stands.
Gazopp You don't mean to infer
that you stopped at all the others?
Winter Range for Lease In Mor
row county, 4 miles from Cecil, 5000
acres; good feed yards on Willow
creek. Tom McEntire, LaGrande,
or J. J. McEntire, Boardman. 32-39.
Published in the Uteres of tha people of Heppner and vicinity by
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KARL KS KELSON.
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car of big lump coal
to be here soon. Phone
us your order. Price
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A license to wed was issued Tu
esday by Clerk Anderson to Harry
Jane and Anna Mae Richardson,
both of Boardman.
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