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HEPPNER GAZETTE TIMES, HEPPNER, OREGON, THURSDAY, DEC. 3, 1931.
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By RACHEL JOHNSON.
Many out-of-town folks spent
Thanksgiving day with friends and
relatives in Boardman.
Miss Mabel Brown and friend
spent the holidays at the Ray
Brown home. Miss Mary Healey
from The Dalles, Gladys and El-
don Wilson from La Grande, Ver
non Root and Dallas Wilson from
Portland and Miss Marion Miller
from Portland all spent their vaca
tion with their parents in Board
Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Fortier and
Norma Gibbons of North Powder
came Wednesday for a visit at the
Frank Cramer home. Miss Gib
bons returned to La Grande Sunday
where she is attending normal
school. Mr. and Mrs. Fortier will
remain here a few days longer.
Harry Murchie and Claud Ballen-
ger motored to The Dalles Wednes
day to spend Thursday there.
Mr. and Mrs. Lear and daughter
Gloria of Pendleton were guests at
a lovely dinner Thursday at the
H. E. Waite home.
Mr. and Mrs. Meyers entertain-
ed at a sumptuous Thanksgiving
dinner In their home. Guests were
Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Skoubo, Mr.
and Mrs. I. Skoubo, Mr. and Mrs,
Glen Macken and family, nad Aaga
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Allen and
family of La Grande spent Thanks
giving day at the Jess Allen home.
Mrs. Edmonds and daughter Syl
vanla visited several days this
week at the Pete Farley home. Miss
Edmonds is a teacher in the Crest
Valley high school.
Mr. and Mrs. Guy Miller and fam
ily of La Grande spent Thanksgiv
ing day with the former's mother,
Mrs. Anna Miller.
Mr. and Mrs. Guy Barlow enter
tained at a lovely dinner Saturday
evening, having as guests Mr. and
Mrs. F. A. Fortier nad Norma Gib
A crowd of young folks enjoyed
a "500" party at the Carrol Ken
nedy home Saturday evening.
Guests were Gladys . Wilson, Mary
and Josephine Healey, Norma Gib
bons, Mary Chaffee, Mildred Allen,
Rachel Johnson, John Chaffee, Dal
las and Eldon Wilson, Noel Klitz,
Ray Barlow, Vernon Root, and Dei
bert Johnson. Honors were accord
ed Mary Healey and Dallas Wilson.
A dainty lunch was served late in
A delicious Thanksgiving dinner
was served Thursday at the Leslie
Packard home. Seated around the
festive board were Mr. and Mrs.
Bob Bradley, Mr. and Mrs. Jenkins
and Elvira, Mr. and Mrs. Paul
Hatch and daughter, Harold Hatch,
and Mr. and Mrs. Packard and
Mr. and Mrs. Albin Sundsten and
family left Wednesday for Cascade
Locks where they spent the re
mainder of the week with Mr.
An old-time dance given by the
grange was enjoyed in the school
auditorium Thursday night The
Rose family and Nate Macomber
furnished the music.
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Cramer, Mrs.
Anna Miller, Mr. and Mrs. Guy Bar
low and Chloe, and Mr. and Mrs.
F. A. Fortier and Norma enjoyed
a lovely dinner Friday evening at
the Frank Cramer home.
Gladvs Wicklander of La Grande
visited in Boardman last week.
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Hatch and
daughter, and Mr. and Mrs. Pack
ard and Howard, and Harold Hatch
enjoyed a turkey dinner Sunday at
the John Jenkins home.
J. A. Cox from Yakima spent
Thanksgiving day and the remain
der of the week in Boardman with
Deibert Johnson returned to Can-
by Sunday after a week's visit at
the home of his parents.
Mr. and Mrs. Carrol Kennedy and
Noel Klitz were guests at a deli
cious Thanksgiving dinner at the
W. A. Price and family and Mrs.
Lottie Attebury spent several days
in Portland last week.
A bridal shower was given in the
home fo Mrs. J. R. Johnson Satur
day afternoon for Mrs. Earl Cram
er. The bride received a number
of lovely and useful gifts. About
thirty ladies were present A dain
ty lunch was served by the hostess.
Truman Messenger from Pendle
ton spent Thanksgiving day in
Glen Hadley and Bill Strobel
were in Heppner last week on bus
Mr. and Mrs. O. H. Wraner and
George Agee spent Thanksgiving
day at the Chas. Goodwin home.
Mr. and Mrs. Bryce Dillabough
were hosts at a lovely dinner
Thanksgiving day. Guests includ
ed Rev. and Mra W. O. Miller, Mr.
and Mrs. Royal Rands and Donna
Jane, and Chas. Dillabough.
Guests for dinner Thursday at
the J. F. Gorham home were Mr.
and Mrs. L. E. Marschat and son,
Mr. and Mrs. C. G Blyaden and
Louis Blayden of Vale.
Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Sharp and
son of Vancouver, Wash., visited
last week at the E. T. Messenger
Mr. Wilkins returned to Board-
man Sunday after spending two
weeks in Hillsboro.
Mr. and Mrs. Jents and Robert
Becker of Longview and Mr. and
Mrs. Baker and family spent
Thansgiving day at the Bates home
Mr. and Mrs. L. V. Root and Ver
non spent Thursday in Hermiston
Mr. and Mrs. Gorbam, Mardel
and Janet were dinner guests Sun
day at the Marschat home.
Mr. and Mrs. Rutherford and son
Frank were guests of Mr. and Mrs.
George Wicklander Thursday.
Mr. and Mrs. F. A, Fortier of
North Powder, who are visiting
here this week, were guests at
delightful dinner Tuesday evening
at the J. F. Groham home. Later
in the evening a number of friends
came and surprised the honor
guests. The evening was Bpent by
playing "500." Others present
were the Marschats, Guy Barlows,
Rands, Coats, Browns, Macombers,
Dillaboughs, Kennedys, Gillespies
Kings, Meads and Hadleys.
Mr. and Mrs. Dan Ransier and
family spent Thanksgiving day in
Echo. Marvin Ransier remained
there until Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Goodwin and
Claud Ballenger were guests at a
lovely dinner at the Nate Macom
ber home Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Pickering of
Portland and Mr. and Mrs. Glen
Hadley spent Thursday at the Wm.
The Christenson and the Cooney
families enjoyed a sumptuous din
ner Thursday at the A. Skoubo
Mr. and Mrs. W. O. King were
hosts at a lovely Thanksgiving din
ner, having as guests Mr. and Mrs.
Lee Mead and family. The evening
was spent in playing games.
Miss Campbell, Miss Shellenberg-
er and Mr. Steelhammer spent their
vacation last week in Portland.
Miss Marie Ellwart of Portland
became the bride of Mike Cassidy
in Hermiston on Thanksgiving day.
They came to Boardman Monday
evening and will make their home
on Mr. Cassidjrs ranch, next to the
I. Skoubo place.
A lovely party was given in the
Macken home Monday afternoon
honoring Mrs. Tom Delano. Fifteen
ladies were present
MRS. W. C. ISOM.
Mr. and Mrs. R. V. Jones and
family returned from Portland
Mrs. James Warner returned
from Salem Tuesday where she had
been for a short visit She was
accompanied by her son and wife.
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Warner, who
remained over Thanksgiving, visit
J. Boulware who has been visiting
relatives in Missouri and Kansas
for several weeks returned home
Mr. and Mrs. George Kendler Sr.
and daughter Agnes and Mr. and
Mrs. George Kendler Jr., all of
Umatilla, were guests of Mr. and
Mrs. W. C. Isom and family on
Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Houghten and
sons Donald and Edward were din
ner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Roscoe
Williams on Thanksgiving.
Mrs. Henry Wier, who has been
at Richfield for some time return
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Isom spent
Thanksgiving with Mr. and Mrs.
Mac Grabeil of Umatilla.
Miss Effle Renfro, primary tea
cher, left Wednesday night for
Parkdale to spend the holiday with
E. W. Beneflel and sons, Jens and
Orvel, Mrs. McCarty and family
and Mrs. Nessen, all of Walla Wal
la, were guests of Chas. Beneflel
and family from Wednesday to Sat
urday. Nellie and Ruth Leicht have been
ill the past week and unable to at
Billy Markham visited her friend,
Joyce Cole, at Echo several days
Mr. Ashburn and family moved
into their home here Wednesday,
which has been vacant for several
The depot will be closed for sev
eral months after Monday night
Otto Eslie will have charge of the
night mail during the winter.
Miss Bullfinch is quite ill with a
cold this week.
The boys and girls of the high
school are planning basketball
games with the Umatilla high
school youngsters here Friday
The school meeting was held Sat
urday afternoon The vote on bud
get submitted by the school board
carried, also the 5 per cent road
Mr. and Mrs. Wier were guests
of Mr. and Mrs. Roscoe Williams
Hazel Williams who has been vis
iting her sisters, Mrs. Tompkins
and Mrs. Stag Miller at Walla Wal
la for some time returned Sunday.
The Misses Blanche Hansen,
Beth Bleakman, Helen Olsen and
Juanita Leathers, teachers in the
local schools, were visitors in Port
land over the Thanksgiving holi
days, returning to Heppner Sunday
W. C. Caulder of Baker, who
rents range lands to Morrow coun
ty sheepmen, was a business visitor
in the city last week end.
Al Rankin, manager Heppner ho
tel, was in Portland the end of the
week on business.
Permanent Waves $5 and $6 next
week. Chapin's Beauty Shop,
Phone 1112. .
Mammoth bronze turkeys for sa.e
Emma Anderson, lone. 36-38p
Winter Range for Lease In Mor
row county, 4 miles from Cecil, 5000
acres; good feed yards on Willow
creek. Tom McEntlre, LaGrande,
or J. J. McEntire, Boardman. 32-39.
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