PAGE TWO HEPPNER GAZETTE TIMES, HEPPNER, OREGON, THUR SPAY, JAN. 7, 1932. BOARDMAN By RACHEL JOHNSON. The Parent-Teachers association sponsored a dance New Years eve in the school auditorium. About $8 was cleared by the association. The Irrigon orchestra furnished the music. Mrs. L. V. Root and Vernon were Hermiston visitors Sunday. Frances Skoubo was taken to the Hermiston hospital Sunday morning where it was found that she had double pneumonia. Mrs. I. Skoubo, her mother, is staying there with her. Mrs. Lottie Atteberry and Billie Price returned home Sunday from Portland where they spent the hol idays. Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Chaffee and family and Mr. and Mrs. James and family were guests at a New Year's dinner at the Carroll Kennedy home. Mr. and Mrs. Freeman Fortier and Norma from North Powder came Thursday for a visit at the Frank Cramer home. Mr. Fortier is recuperatin from a recent illness. Bethmyrl Miller and Norma Gib bons returned to La Grande Sun day afternoon. Vernon Root returned to Port land Monday where he will con tinue his studies at the Decker Business college. Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Macken ex tended their hospitality to a num ber of friends New Years day, hav ing as their dinner guests Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Skoubo, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Delano, Mr. and Mrs. Meyers and family, Aaga Jenson and Ed ward Skoubo. Mr. and Mrs. William James and family who have been visiting at the Chaffee home returned to their home in Eugene Monday. Mrs. James will be remembered here as Esther Chaffee. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Goodwin and Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Warner were guests at a lovely dinner Friday at tne ves Atteberry home. The young folks enjoyed a dance Saturday evening at the LaHugh home. A pot-luck dinner was enjoyed at the community church Sunday noon. This was given by the losers in a contest which has been taking place in the Sunday school. This also was a farewell dinner for the Sunday school superintendent, Mrs. Anna G. Miller. Arthur Porter now has charge of the local airport. Mr. and Mrs. Guy Barlow have recently purchased the Cramer house in which they have lived for a number of years. Mr. and Mrs. Gay Leyman of Portland were guests at the A. E. Porter home when returning to their home after spending the hol idays in La Grande. Miss Nellie Dillon returned to Portland Sunday after spending the holidays here with her parents. Danny Ransier who is ill with pneumonia in the Hermiston hos pital is greatly improved but will not be able to come home for sev eral days yet. Mr. Ransier is stay ing in Hermiston with him. Vene McMenamin of Portland came Saturday for a visit at the Wigglesworth home. The two pet bears which have at tracted much attention in their cage at Tom's Auto camp were kill ed last week, by Wm. Francis, state police. The meat was given to charity. ALPINE By MARGARET HOWARD Mrs. Frank Kilkenny and her daughter Peggy spent Thursday and Friday in Heppner. They re turned home Friday evening with Ilene Kilkenny and friends who at tended the dance at Doherty's. Miss Dorothy Doherty is visiting relatives at Pilot Rock and Pendleton. Miss Ann Conmey left Saturday morning for her home in Portland. She has been visiting here with her sister, Mrs. Marie Clary, for the last two weeks. Miss Gertrude Tichenor writes from Newark, N. J., that she is having a good visit with relatives and friends, and is enjoying her stay. She expects to return some time next month. Mr. and Mrs. E. P. Bowman and family of Pendleton were guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Dan Lindsay during the Christmas hol idays. Mrs. Crockett Duvall and child ren, Helen and Alvin, spent the Christmas and New Year holidays at the home of Mrs. Anna Schmidt Mrs. Duvall is from Nyssa, Ore. The B. P. Doberty family enter tained a large group of friends and relatives at their home Friday eve ning. Among those present from outside the community were Mrs. Cassie Smart and daughter Jose phine, Misses Tina, Betty, Gertrude and Mae Doherty, Miss Annie Car- ty, Francis, Gene, Paul and Ber- Japan's Premier r Tsuyosln Inukai, new head of the Japanese Government, who warn the rest of the world to keep hands off in Japan' difficulties with China, Pleads China's Causa ?i": fifi?it.iii n, , i , fVU Dr W W Yen, newly-appointed Minister of the Chinese Republic to the United States, who hopes to enlist American influence against Japan's invasion of Manchuria nard Doherty and Ilene Kilkenny and friends. There was dancing in the bunk house and several tables were set up for playing cards in the house. Delicious refreshments were served later in the evening. Due to an oversight the program of Wednesday evening at the Al pine school was omitted. It was as follows: "Little Town of Bethle hem" and "We Three Kings," sung by the Alpine school; recitation, "Spilling Secrets," Vevel Senter; recitation, Wallace Ebsen; "Silent Night and Jolly Old Saint Nicho las," Alpine rythm band; "Santa Claus and Arithmetic," Bruce Sen ter; "Slient Night," by everybody; "The Reason," by Mildred Clary and Bernard Doherty; piano solo, Miss Alma Neill; "Accidents," Irl Clary; "Just Before Christmas," Bruce Lindsay; Pine City band, three selections; "How Santa Came Down the Chimney," Cecilia Healy; "Story of the East," Bruce Senter; short three act play by Strawberry school, "The Third Little Stock ing"; vocal solo, Oleta Neill; Piano solo, Iris Omohundro; "Whispering Hope," Reltha Howard and Bert Michel; a tap dance by Rosetta Healy; "Jingle Bells" sung by Al pine school and joined by everyone concluded the program. There was a large number present, several from Lexington, lone, Heppner and Hermiston, besides those of the Butter creek, Sand hollow and Jun iper districts. Santa Claus appear ed at just the right moment and the Christmas treats were passed out Miss Nora McDaid left on De cember 27 for Portland where she attended the Oregon State Teach ers association. Miss McDaid was chosen, at the October institute in Heppner, to be our representative at that meeting, and will make a report on it March 12 at the insti tute to be held at Irrigon. While in Portland Miss McDaid visited with friends and relatives. She re turned Thursday, Dec. 31. A good time was had by all who attended the dance at the Frank Kilkenny ranch Wednesday eve ning. There was a good crowd and refreshments were delicious. Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph Klinger and Kenneth and Doris spent Sun day at Henry Rauch's. Mrs. Doris Lindsay and Alex were business visitors in Pendleton Monday. Mrs. Margaret Peddicord and Mrs. Bert Michel motored to Her miston Monday. Bill and Bernard Doherty were in Pendleton Saturday and Sunday. Bill s hngers are slowly improving, though it is still uncertain whether he will have to have any amputa ted. Mr. and Mrs. Dan Lindsay and Anne Ree were in Hermiston Mon day. Miss Naomi Moore spent Wed nesday evening with Margaret Howard. They both attended the dance at Kilkennys that night Willard Hawley and Gene and Bruce Senter were at the home of Mrs. Bert Michel Sunday. Miss Camilla Kilkenny was ill and absent from school Monday. After the Christmas program Wednesday, Dec. 23, the larger part of the crowd collected at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Pat Curran where they spent the evening dancing and playing pinochle. Guy Shaw of Lexington called several good quad rilles during the evening. Mrs. Crockett Duvall and child ren had dinner at Mr. and Mrs. Neil Melville's last Sunday. A small crowd gathered at the home of Henry Rauch Mondey eve ning where they played cards and danced. Mr. and Mrs. John Moore and Audrey, Naomi, John and Russell and Mrs. Margaret Peddicord, Wil lard Hawley and the Senter child ren spent Christmas day at Mr. and Mrs. Bert Michel's, ' where they nearly made themselves ill by eat ing too much Christmas goose and duck. They spent the evening play ing solo, pinochle and several oth er card games. Dr. Gray made his last trip to Alpine a week ago Monday when he gave the last of the three "shots" for diphtheria, Mr. and Mrs. W. J. McDaid of Hermiston were at Mr. and Mrs. Bert Michel' over the Christmas week end. BELIEF COUPS TO MEET. The Womans Relief Corps will hold its regular meeting on Janu ary 13 at the home of Mrs. D. E. Gilman at 2:30 p. m. A full attend ance of members is desired. There will be installation of olllcers. IRRIGON MRS. W. C. ISOM. Mrs. Ollie Coryell and mother, Mrs. Lorenzen, are visiting relatives at Benson, Ore., thi3 week. Mrs. Fred Reiks has been quite ill the past two weeks. Her daugh ter and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Ward of La Grande, are visiting her for a few days. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Weir return ed from Baker Saturday. Mrs. Rice from San Francisco is visiting the Carl Eisley family this week. Fred Markham and Jess Oliver are working over near Heppner this week, tagging sheep. A son and son-in-law of Mrs. W. Morsett arrived here from North Dakota last week and will settle in this vicinity if they can find a suit able location. Otto and Elmer Beneflel motored to Walla Walla Sunday. C. W. Acock was a Hermiston visitor Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Isom and son Donald were business visitors in Pendleton Saturday. Chas. Smith of Heppner gave a free picture show at the Caldwell garage Wednesday night. It was enjoyed by everyone present. Maurice Burchett was busy all of last week hauling hay by truck from Irrigon to Boardman for a new resident of that vicinity. Mrs. Fred Markham and Mrs. Marshall Markham were shopping in Hermiston Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Stewart and family of Walla Walla and a sister of Roscoe Williams visited the Williams family over the week end. Mr. and Mrs. Merton Dawald re turned from their vacation late Sat urday night Miss Joyce Caldwell and Earl Stewart both left for their schools near Portland Sunday. Miss Bullfinch and Miss Renfro returned Saturday after a two weeks' vacation. The Irrigon school resumed Its usual activities Monday after a va cation of two weeks which all en joyed. W. C. Isom is erecting a new granary and chicken house this week. Roscoe and Maurice Williams were doing business in Hermiston Thursday. Billy and Freddy Markham have been quite 111 with flu the past week. A little son was born to Mr. and Mrs. Harry Smith Monday night and died shortly after. The little one was laid to rest in the Irrigon cemetery Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Vera Jones were guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Isom Saturday night The evening was spent in playing 500. George Hendricks is visiting rela tives in Portland this week. tenburger and Earle Tuesday .eve ning. Misses Neva and Oleta Neill were hostesses to a sleighing party and also a watch party Thursday evening. A party was given by Al ma Neill at her home Saturday eve ning. Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Morehead and children were business visitors in Heppner Saturday. Mrs. Ollie Neill and daughters Neva, Oleta and Lenna, Mr. and Mrs. Burl Wattenburger and chil- PINE CITY ALMA NEILL, Correspondent James O'Brien, who has been vis iting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. J. O'Brien, returned to Salem Sun day where he will attend school. Roy Jarmon of Portland spent New Year's day with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. P. Jarmon. W. D. Neill and son Harold vis ited Mr. and Mrs. Charley Plourd Sunday. Bernice Neill, who has been visiting there, returned home with them. School opened Monday after a week and a half vacation. Hard studying is beginning to prepare for the semester exams next week. Miss Shirley Jarmon and Roy Jarmon left Sunday to resume their work. Miss Jarmon is a teacher in the grade school at Laur el and Roy is employed in Portland. Parties were the main diversion of the vacation. A surprise party was given Mr. and Mrs. Lon Wat- TUM-A-LUM TICKLER Published In the Interests of the people of Heppner and vicinity by THE TUM-A-LUM LUMBER CO., Phone 912 Volnme J93S Heppner, Oregon Jannary 7, 1932 Number 1 EDITORIAL In 1932 there will be 5 double holidays this will let "OLD MAN DEPRESSION" take lots of vacations let's kick him out right now. EARL ES KELSON Manager. WE RECOMMEND CeloteX msULAJINO CAK1 IOAJI Advertisement Now's a good time to PLAN. Let's talk about that building you have in mind. EARL ESKELSON Manager. 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