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HEPPNER GAZETTE TIMES, HEPPNER, OREGON, THURSDAY, APRIL 28, 1932..
MRS. HARRY DUVALU
The high school boys who will
represent the volunteer firemen
have been presented with their
badges. They are Kenneth War
ner, Llewellyn Evans, Winford Du
vall, Sam and Jack McMillan, Dale
Lane, Garland Thompson, Merritt
Gray, Buck Ruhl, Vester Thorn
burg and La Verne Wright Gar
land Thompson was elected chief
and Sam McMillan assistant chief.
The boys are learning all about the
care of the hose carts and just
what to do in case of fire.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Schriever
and children were dinner guests
Sunday at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. George Peck.
Mr. and Mra Ray Flora and chil
dren and Mrs. Wright, from Carl
ton, were here Sunday visiting rel
atives and friends. Mrs. Flora was
formerly Claudia McMillan.
Nell White and son Vivian mo
tored down from their home near
Ukiah Saturday for a visit with
relatives. The snow is most all
gone up there now but they found
plenty of mud before they reached
Mr. and Mrs. John Harbke are
now on the Bell ranch where they
expect to spend the summer. Jack
Harper, who was living there, has
moved to the Kincaid ranch.
Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Brooks from
Vancouver, Wash., arrived Sunday
and will be employed for a while
at the Bell ranch, helping Mr.
Harbke with the ranch work.
R. H. Lane has added a" new
trailer to his big truck. He made
a trip to Portland Monday, going
down with a load of wool and
bringing back some household
goods for Mr. Harbke. Vester Lane
accompanied him on the trip.
The high school facnltv nnH ti,
J A . .
ueuis enjoyed a wiener roast last
mesaay evening on the banks of
Willow creek near the Harry Din
ges ranch. Games were played
around the bon-flre until a late
Rose Thornburg went with Mrs.
Rodgers to La Grande last Satur
day night She spoke there in the
inter-county contest, representing
Morrow county in the humorous
division of the high school. She
was awarded third place.
Ruth Dinges, student at Oregon
State college, was ill with poison
oak and had to remain out of
school for more than a week. She
is now able to be back to her stud
ies. Eula McMillan has been initiated
into the Tau Delta Delta, a musical
honorary at the University of Ore
gon. Amabel Strodtman recently won
a scholarship at the Northwestern
College of Fine Arts: in Chicago.
Miss Strodtman is now living in
Kansas and she won this scholar
ship for the highest average re
ceived in county declamatory work.
S. G. McMillan and son Wayne
were shopping in Pendleton Satur
day. A surprise party was given fori
Rose Thornburg at her home Mon
day night It was in honor of her
15th birthday which occurred on
Tuesday, April 26. Naomi McMil
lan assisted Mrs. Thornburg with
the party. Those present were Fern
Fay and Ruth Luttrell, Grace and
Doris Burchell, Erma Lane, Tillie
Nelson. DelDha Merritt Fl
Moyer, Mildred Hunt, Helen Doher-
ty, xsaomi Mcamian, Laverne
White, Mrs. Sarah White, Mrs
Thornburg, Rose and Vester. The
evenine was SDent nlavinc e-ames
and lunch was served to the guests.
Air. and Mrs. John Miller are the
proud parents of a daughter, born
Fridav. April 22. The little lnrfv
weighed 6 pounds and has been
namea juarjone jean.
Mr. and Mrs. Tom Wells of
Heppner spent Sunday here with
Air. ana jars, vjietus INicnols.
Mr. and Mrs. Galey Johnson are
havine some remodeline- rinno tn
their house this week. Frank Mun-
kers is doing the work.
Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Ingles and
Mr3. Chas. Inderbitzen took Mr.
and Mrs. Galey Johnson for a pic
nic Sunday. They went as far as
the John Dav river, pnine hu wav
of Condon. They ate their dinner
some wnere along Rock creek and
air. jonnson says they had a won
The pupils in Mrs. Turner's room
have received their certificates for
reading 10 books or more during
the school year. They are Kenneth
tr e c k, ivenneui falmer, Paul
Brown. Lester McMillan. .Tnmin
Peck, Olivia Baldwin.
Moyer, Dale Yocum, Bernice Mar
tin, jviarvm uox, Laverne Wright
Betty Dohertv. Edith FriwHrH
Gladys Reaney, Zelma Bunday, Iris
umonunaro, Alberta Fulgham
Woodrow Tucker, Doris Burchell
and Alma Van Winkle
The members of sewing club No.
1 have also received their certifi
cates of achievement for 1930-31.
inese are issued from the depart
ment of agriculture at. Washington
D. C, through the state and county
omces ana are awarded for 100 per
cent enrollment completing their
Mrs. Ed Miller left Monday for
Bend to Consult her nhvslrinn in
regard to her recent goiter opera
Mrs. Gene Gentry and Mrs. La
vina iioweu were hostesses to a
bridge party at the Gentry home
last Saturday evening. Present
were Mr. and Mrs. Paul M
Odd Fellows will give a dance
nere Saturday night at the hall.
Admission 75c and good music will
be furnished. Lunch served at
Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Ingles, Mr
and Mrs. Frank Turner, Mr. and
Mrs. Cletus Nichols, Mr. and Mrs.
Ueoree feck. Mr. and Mra Harl
Miller, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Jack
son. Mrs. Laura Scott Miss Clara
Holey, George Gillis and Tom Bar-
nen. frizes lor mgn scores went
to Mrs. uari Miner and Jj'rank Tur
ner. Daintv refreshments were
served to the guests.
Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Hunt and
of the Month
Usual bOls 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
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Louise were dinner guests Sunday
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Chas.
Bartholomew on Butter creek.
They also attended church in the
evening at Pine City.
Mrs. W. J. Davis, Mrs. Jas. Point
er, Mrs. Galey Johnson, Mrs. Ira
Lewis, Mrs. Florence Beach, Mrs.
Chas. Inderbitzen, Mrs. Nellie Pal
mer and Mrs. Frank Munkers were
the ladies from the Aid here who
attended the party given by Mrs.
Arthur Keene at her home on Rhea
creek last Wednesday afternoon.
The time was spent in quilting out
a quilt and lunch was served dur
ing the afternoon.
Mr. and Mrs. Jess Allen and Mil
dred spent the week end in La
Frank Otto of Portland spent
several days in Boardman last week
taking care of his bees.
Mr. Denson of Meacham was a
visitor in town several days last
Mr. and Mrs. Bryce Dillabough
and family were guests at a lovely
dinner Sunday evening at the How
ard Channing home.
Mr. and Mrs. Gent and Robert
Becker of Longview were guests
during the week end at the Baker
and Bates homes.
Boardman visitors in Pendleton
Saturday included Mr. and Mrs.
Guy Barlow and Chloe, Mrs. Claud
Coats and Echo and Mrs. Z. J. Gil
lespie. The Boardman town baseball
team motored to Echo Sunday to
play. The score was 10-8 in favor
of Echo. The lineup for the Board
man team was: catcher, Weldon
Ayers; pitcher, Ray Barlow, Guy
Barlow; 1st, Dallas Wilson; 2nd,
Buster Rands; 3rd, Hector Wick
lander, short, Marvin Ransier;
right field, Carl Gillespie; center,
Lloyd Mallory who is working
at Biggs, spent Sunday at the Albin
E. T. Messenger motored to Pen
dleton Friday and was accompan
ied home by his two grandchildren,
Rena June and Junior Messenger.
On Saturday Mr. and Mrs. Truman
Messenger spent the day in Board
man, Rena June and Junior re
turning home with them. Mr. and
Mrs. Truman Messenger who have
been living at Milton are now lo
cated at Pendleton.
Mr. and Mrs. George Wicklander
and Reo and Mrs. W. O. Miller mo-
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tored to Parkdale Wednesday to
attend the meetings of the Pen
dleton Presbytery. They returned
home Thursday evening.
Dorothy Compton spent several
days in Spokane last week.
Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Marschat and
son Larry Jean were visitors in
The Dalles Saturday.
'Mother's Day services will be
held in the community church Sun
day morning at 11:15.
Mrs. Lee Mead and children went
to La Grande Friday afternoon
where Helen and Cathryn, winners
in the Morrow county declamatory
contest competed in the contest
Saturday evening, held in the nor
mal school. Both girls placed third
in the contest which included
speakers from Gilliam, Morrow and
Union counties. Mr. Mead returned
home Sunday with Mrs. Mead and
Charles Wicklander of La Grande
was a Boardman visitor last week.
Jay Cox of Yakima spent the
week end in Boardman. Mrs. Cox
returned to Yakima Sunday eve
ning with him, where she will spend
a few days.
The Ladies Aid missionary meet
ing met Wednesday afternoon in
the church. Mrs. Leo Root was
elected as president to fill the un
expired term of Mrs. Lottie Atte
berry who has left for Portland
where she will make her home. The
next Silver Tea will be held in the
evening of May 4th at 8 p. m to
which the ladies and their hus
bands are invited. This will be
held in the church.
Dr. DeWalt Payne, resident phy
sician of the Eastern Oregon State
Tuberculosis hospital at The Dal
les, gave an interesting talk about
tuberculosis at a meeting of the
Morrow County Public Health as
sociation in Boardman Friday eve
ning. He showed several x-ray pic
tures of lungs infected with tuber
culosis. Mr. Chamberlain of the
office of the Oregon Tuberculosis
association from Portland, gave a
short talk. A one-reel movie about
T. B. was shown. A report on the
Christmas Seal sale was given by
Edwin Ingles of Lexington who is
the seal chairman. Mrs. Harold
Case, chairman of the Heppner
Health unit, told of the progress of
the work in Heppner. Mrs. King,
chairman of the Boardman unit,
gave a report of the work being
accomplished here. Mrs. Rodgers
of Heppner, advisor of the associa
tion, gave a short-talk on the rela
tion of health to the schools. J. O.
Turner of Heppner, vice-president
of the association, discussed the
aims and purposes of the associa
tion. Other numbers on the pro
gram were Health playlet given by
the school; yodeling solo, Marvin
Ransier; a piano solo by Mrs. Mike
Cassidy; clarinet solo by Mr. Da
wald of Irrigon. Sandwiches and
coffee were served after the meet
ing. The grange is giving a pot luck
dinner in the school Saturday eve
ning at 6:30 after which an inter
esting program will be given. All
grangers and their families are in
vited to attend. This is in honor
of the 13th birthday of the Green
field grange of Boardman.
Al May of Portland was a Board
man visitor last week. Mr. May
lived here a number of years ago
when employed on the state high
way. Mr. Cason of Portland is a visitor
on the project this week.
It has been decided to hold the
baccalaureate services on Sunday,
May 15 at 2:30 o'clock instead of in
the evening. The graduating class
has been fortunate in securing Mr.
Guy Drill of Pendleton. Mr. Drill
gave the baccalaureate sermon here
in 1929 and was the commencement
speaker for the class of 1930, but
last year Alpine had no graduates.
Mr. and Mrs. Julian Rauch and
children were in Pendleton Tues
day. John Curran was over from But
ter creek to the Frank Kilkenny
Mrs. Bert Michel and Willard
Hawley were shopping in Hermis
ton and Echo Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs. Dan Lindsay and
Anne Ree motored to Pendelton
Tuesday. Mrs. Bill Campbell and
her son William are to return home
Miss Gertrude Tichenor and Bill
Gieger, accompanied by Gene Sen
ter and Margaret Howard, motored
to La Grande Saturday where they
attended the trl-county declama
tory contest Miss Rosella Doherty
also took some of the contestants,
Bernard Doherty and Alex Lind
say. In the lower humorous divis
ion Bernard Doherty won first
place, giving "Monkey Business,"
Alex Lindsay in the high school
dramatio division won first place,
"It is a Far Better Thing," and
Gene Senter, oratorical, first place,
"The Unknown Speaker." Mrs.
Lucy Rodgers was there with Dean
Goodman who took first place hu
morous, "Sockery and the Old Plue
Hen," and Rose Thornburg, hu
morous, third place, "Sis Hopkins
and Her Beau." On the whole
Morrow county made a very good
showing in the contest
The Pine City band will be the
main attraction on the Farm Bu
reau program May 7. There will
be various other numbers from Pine
City, and Miss Doherty's room has
several interesting things to offer.
A big crowd is expected.
Mr. and Mrs. Charley Morehead
and children were visitors at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. Dan Lind
Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Mojeske and
children of Lexington were at the
Henry Rauch home Sunday.
F. Kilkenny was at the Carty
S. E. Notson of Heppner -is to be
the commencement speaker here
at Alpine May 19.
Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph Klinger
were in Pendleton shopping Thurs
day. Mrs. Dan Lindsay and little An
nie Ree were visitors at the Alpine
school Monday afternoon.
Mrs. John Moore and Audrey and
John were in Echo and Stanfleld
Saturday shopping. Audrey takes
her music lesson in Stanfleld each
Bill and John Kilkenny were in
Pendleton Thursday with Joe who
was having his leg re-cast.
CARD OF THANKS.
We are indeed grateful to all
friends and neighbors for their aid
and assistance during the illness
and burial of our beloved Frank A..
Lundell, and for the many acts of
kindness and sympathy, and the
beautiful floral offerings we extend
our heartfelt thanks.
Mr. and Mrs. A. S. Akers came
up from Portland on Saturday and
are guests this week at the home
of their son-in-law and daughter,
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Barlow.
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