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HEPPNER GAZETTE TIMES, HEPPNER, OREGON, THURSDAY, APRIL 14, 1932.
MRS. HARRY DUYALL.
The regular monthly meeting of
the Grange was held Saturday eve
ning. Preceding the business meet
ing, Mrs. Carl Miller in charge of
the lecture hour presented the fol
lowing program: Farm Life of Geo.
Washington, S. E. Notson; vocal
trio, Welcome Mighty Chief, Ruth,
Fay and Fern Luttrell; one-act
play, Return of Martha and
George; demonstration by the Boy
Scouts; debate, Resolved, that the
crop and outlook reports are bene
flcial to the farmer and therefore
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Hunt and
and son Dean drove to Portland
last Saturday to Bpend a few days
visiting and looking after business.
Mrs. Beulah Nichols has charge of
the phone omce during their ab
Mrs. Loren Mikesell of Toppen
ish, Wash., is visiting here with her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Davis.
Mr. Mikesell brought her over Sun
day, returning the same day.
Saturday night, April 16, the P.
T. A. will give a card party in the
gymnasium. The admission will be
25 cents each and will include
lunch and playing either 500 or
bridge. The proceeds will be used
to help defray the expense of hot
lunches served during the winter
Saturday, April 9, was the birth
day of Mrs. Galey Johnson, and on
Friday evening a large group of
friends gathered at her home to
extend best wishes. The party was
planned by her daughter, Mrs. Ed
Burchell and was a complete sur
prise. The evening was spent play
ing cards and visiting. At a late
hour refreshments of salad, cake
and coffee were served. The delic
ious birthday cake, baked by Mrs.
Minnie McMillan, was adorned with
58 bright shining candles. Those
present were Mr. and Mrs. Carl
Miller, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Dinges,
and Danny, Mr. and Mrs. George
Peck, Kenneth and Elwyn, Mr. and
Mrs. Edwin Ingles, Mr. and Mrs.
Cletus Nichols, Mrs. Chas. Inder
bitzen, Mrs. Caroline Kuns and Iva,
Olivia Baldwin, Mrs. Maggie Rea-
ney, Mrs. Sarah Booher, Mrs. Min
nie McMillan, Opal Leach, Mrs.
Earl Warner, Mrs. George Broad
ly, Paul Nichols, Jim Leach, Keith
Gentry, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Du
vall, Mr. and Mrs. Galey Johnson,
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Burchell, Grace,
Edward, Doris and Billy.
Misses Mae Gentry, Peggy War
ner and Gwen Evans spent one day
the last of the week in Hermiston
and Stanfleld, going over on busi
ness. Erma Lane spent the week end
in Heppner, visiting with Jessie
Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Howell,
Clara Holey and George Gillis mo
tored to Portland Friday evening
and returned Sunday.
At a meeting of the city council
last week an addition of 200 feet of
hose was ordered for the fire de
partment, also badges for the high
school boys who are acting as vol
unteer firemen. They are planning
on doing practice work soon under
the direction of the fire chief,
Gerald White of Hermiston spent
Friday night here visiting his mo
ther, Mrs. Sarah White. He went
back to Hermiston early Saturday
morning in time for work at the
power and light company where
he has been employed for some
Chas. Shinn and Robert McMil
lan left Sunday for Portland. Mr.
Shinn expects to spend the summer
there and Bob will go on to Hills
boro to join his family.
Mr. and Mrs, E. C. Miller spent
the past week here visiting their
sons and families. They returned
to their home in Salem Mondav.
Misses Ruth and Rae Cowins of
Heppner spent the week end here
visiting with their grandparents,
Mr. and Mrs. George Allyn.
The Ladies Aid of the Congrega
tional cnurcn gathered at the home
of Mrs. Sarah Booher last Wednes
day and spent the afternoon. Mrs.
Booher enjoyed the surprise very
much and she hopes they will come
again. Lunch was served by Mrs.
Golda Leathers and Mrs. Galey
The neighbors of the Social
Ridge district and surrounding
communities were entertained last
Saturday evening by the Hender
son brothers at their home in Lex
ington. Dancing and cards were
enjoyed and lunch was served dur
ing the evening.
Mrs. Ed Miller arrived last week
from Portland where she has been
recuperating from an operation for
the removal of a goiter. Mr. Miller
has been here for several weeks.
Clara Miller of Salem is here vis
iting with her brother, John, and
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Estes and Mr.
and Mrs. Alfred Sibley came up
from Portland for the week end.
They were visiting here with their
aunt, Mrs. Sarah White.
R. B. Wilcox returned home Mon
day from St Martin Springs .and
Portland. He is some improved in
health but it will be some time be
fore he is entirely well.
Joanne, the two and one half
year old daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
John Graves, is visiting with her
grandparents this week at Board-
Last week end the school pupils
took their regular six-weeks' tests.
Gladys Reanev and Edith Fid-
wards h'ave received their Palmer
certificates for penmanship work.
Christian Bible school held their
regular monthly meeting Tuesday
evening. Potluck supper was serv
ed at 6:30 and after a short busi
ness meeting the evening was spent
Dinner guests at the R. H. Lane
home Sunday were Mr. and Mrs.
Bill Luttrell, Mr. and Mrs. Chas.
Lynch and Mr. and Mrs. Temple-
ton, all of Hermiston. Afternoon
guests were Mrs. Phelps and Mrs.
Eskelson of Heppner.
J. F. Reuben and son from Stan
fleld were in town Saturday, dispos
ing of a load of potatoes.
The blacksmith shop recently va-
Hospital Bills Are Going to Be Plenty
of the Month
Usual bills on hand . . . necessi
tating the laying out of a lot of cash,
including small change. Oft, a hur
ried trip to the bank is necessary.
How inconveniencing. Far easier to
py those bill by writing:
Safer, too. For each Check is
a record and receipt for a paid
bill. We invite your Account.
ENLIST IN THE WAR AGAINST
OPEN AN ACCOUNT WITH THE
' Fir& National Bank
cated by George Broadly, is now
being operated by George Allyn,
Jay Cox of Yakima spent the
week end in Boardman with his
Mrs. Frank Cramer returned to
La Grande Sunday after spending
the week at her home here. Mrs.
Cramer plana to stay with hen
daughter, Mrs. Fortier, until the
normal school closes.
Mrs. J. H. Johnson, Mr. and Mrs.
C. W. Johnson and Cathryne and
Gordon of Wasco spent Sunday at
the J. R. Johnson home.
Miss Mabel Brown and friend
spent the week end in Boardman
at the Ray Brown home.
Please remember the date of the
meeting of the Morrow County
Health association which will be
held Friday evening, April 22, in
Boardman. An out-of-town speaker
will address the group and an in
teresting program will be given.
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Stirobel and
family have moved from the ranch
where they have lived for several
years and have moved to town.
Mrs. Edna Dyer of Walla Walla,
niece of Mrs. Robert Wilson, visited
at the Wilson home last week.
Gladys Wilson, Lena Watkins,
Gloria, Gladys and Carl Wickland
er of La Grande came to Boardman
Wednesday with Charles Wickland
er and spent the remainder of the
week in Boardman and attended
the Senior Frolic. They returned
Phyllis Wilson who has been ill
with pneumonia returned home
from the hospital Tuesday and is
getting stronger each day.
Wm. Strobel and Nels Kristen
son were Heppner visitors Satur
day. Dale Cox had the misfortune of
breaking his left collar bone last
Wednesday afternoon when the
high school boys were scuffling and
one of the boys fell on Dale. He
was taken to Hermiston where the
bone was set.
H. E. Bates sold 22 head of milk
cows to a Dalles buyer.
Mr. and Mrs. Pete Farley and
family spent Sunday with Mrs.
Maggie Farley of Willow creek.
Mr. and Mrs. Jim Montague were
overnight guests at the Wilson
home last week.
The house which George Gorger
is building on the Alex Wilson
ranch for Al Bolsted is nearing
Mr. and Mrs. Doyle Hubbel and
family have moved onto the Chas.
Wicklander ranch. They had been
living on the old F. L. Brown ranch
west of Agee's.
The Ladies Aid Silver Tea met
last Wednesday afternoon at the
home of Mrs. W. O. King. Presi
dent Mrs. Lottie Attebury presided
over the meeting. The annual re
port was read. Committee chair
men appointed for the ensuing year
were Mrs. Nate Macomber, work
committee; Mrs. J. R. Johnson,
missionary committee; Mrs. Guy
Barlow, calling committee; Mrs. E.
T. Messenger, social committee.
Hostesses for the afternoon were
Mrs. King, Mrs. Hadley, Mrs.
Jaynes, Mrs. Kristenson and Mrs.
Mrs. Anderson and daughter Wil
ma of New Plymouth spent several
days In Boardman last week at the
Gprham and Blayden home while
on their way home from Portland.
Wilma, who was seriously Injured
in an automobile accident last
month and received a fractured
vertebrae and other injuries, went
to Portland for medical treatment.
The nerves in her back controlling
her right arm were torn loose, leav
ing that arm useless. The doctor
thinks that in time with the proper
treatment and care the nerves will
grow out again.
Rev. and Mrs. W. O. Miller took
a carload of young folks to Pendle
ton Sunday afternoon where they
listened to addresses given by the
allied campaigners who are speak
ers of national renown. Those
going from Boardman were La
Verne and Willard Baker, Dorothy
Beer, Margaret Smith, and Oscar
A Christian Endeavor convention
was held in Umatilla Saturday af
ternoon to which members of the
Christian Endeavor in this union
attended. Interesting conferences
were held in the afternoon, after
which a lovely banquet was served
by the Umatilla young people.
Those attending from Boardman
were Vera Tubbes, Lois Messenger,
Dorothy Beer, Helen Russell, Mar
garet Smith, Mildred Allen, Rachel
Johnson, Mrs. Messenger, Marvin
Ransier, Ray Barlow, George Wick
lander and Willard Baker.
An unusually large crowd attend
ed the Senior Frolic Saturday eve
ning in the school gym. The hall
and orchestra's platform were pret
tily decorated with crepe paper.
The Irrigon orchestra furnished the
music. About $70 was taken in
from the dance and supper.
The Misses Cecelia and Helen
Healy visited at the home of Lenna
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Foley and Mur
ray Potts made a business trip to
Mr. and Mrs. Dan Lindsay and
children of Alpine visited at the
Charley Morehead home Sunday.
The Pine City high school teach
ers, Miss Helen Heath and Stan At
kin, both of Walla Walla, will be
employed as teachers in the Irrigon
school for the coming year.
Mr. and Mrs. James Hoskins and
daughter of Stanfleld were Sunday
visitors at the Joe Foley home.
The Messrs. Burl and Earl Wat
tenburger were business visitors in
Mr. and Mrs. John Brosnan of
Lena were visitors at the Barth
olomew home Sunday evening.
Mr. and Mrs. Burl Wattenburger
and children were in Heppner Sun
day. Mr. and Mrs. Marion Finch had
the misfortune of having their
woodshed burned to the ground
Sunday evening. They had got 150
baby chix Sunday afternoon and
had them in the woodshed with a
stove to keep them warm. The
stove exploded and set the shed on
fire. All the chix except four were
burned. They succeeded in putting
out the Are before it spread to any
Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Ayers and
son Ray were Sunday visitors at
the Ollie Neill home.
Mr. and Mrs. T. J. O'Brien and
daughter Isobella were business
visitors in Walla Walla Saturday.
Mrs. Ollie Neill and daughter
Oleta made a business trip to Her
miston and Echo Saturday.
The Hat Pearson shearing crew
which has been shearing sheep at
the Boylen ranch, left Sunday to
go to Heppner for another week
then will return to Boylen's to fi
ish the shearing there.
Charley Bartholomew and daugh
ter Lila went to Pendleton Satur
day where Lila attended the meet
ing of the Daughters of Job. Mrs.
Bartholomew remained at Thomp
son's where she visited her mother,
Mrs. O. F. Thompson.
Mrs. Grace Abbot was taken to
the Hermiston hospital Thursday
evening, suffering from ptomaine
poisoning. She is reported to be
Mrs. J. S. Moore and children,
Audrey, Naomi and John, went to
Pendleton Saturday where they vis
ited at the home of Mrs. Moore's
brother, Dale Rothwell. They re
turned home Sunday afternoon.
Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Neill, also
Miss Bertha Walls, made a busi
ness trip to Hermiston Monday af
ternoon. Miss Ruby Corrigall of Heppner
visited relatives on the creek Sun
day. W. D. Neill, Hugh and Bernice
Neill, Jasper Meyers, Mildred Walls
and Alma Neill attended the lec
ture given in Heppner Sunday af
ternoon by Mr. Stewart of Illinois.
His talk was on the subject of pro
hibition. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Abbot went to
Pendleton Tuesday evening where
they attended the Legion meeting.
Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Wattenburger
and Mr. and Mrs. Walter Wiggles
worth made a trip to Echo Sunday
Roy Jarmon of Portland, employ
ed by the Pacific Telephone and
Telegraph company, visited his par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. E. P. Jarmon,
over the week end. Those accom
panying him were Mrs. Critcer and
son Delbert and George Windust,
all of Portland.
Roy and W. D. Neill made a bus
iness trip to Heppner Friday.
Sunday guests at the Frank
Helms home were Mr. and Mrs. J.
S. Burnham of Hermiston.
Mrs. E. P. Jarmon and Sonny
Jarmon were callers at the Roy
Neill home Monday evening.
Chas. Farrell, Marion Nixon and
Mina Gombel in AFTER TOMOR
ROW, Star Theater, Sunday and
Creek ranch to rent on Rhea
creek; 625 acres. Gene Gilman,
Heppner. ' 4tf.
For Sale Poland China weanling
pigs, or will trade for windmill,
light farm wagon or young stock.
Walter Jepson, lone. 4-5
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