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HEPPNER GAZETTE TIMES, HEPPNER, OREGON, THURSDAY, JUNE 9, 1931
MRS. HARRY DUVALL.
At the Church of Christ Sunday
morning following the 10 o'clock
Bible school, Mr. Sias will speak on
the topic, "Conditions of Disciple
ship." The 8 o'clock service will
be largely musical, with the congre
gation assisting in the old hymns
people love. There will be some
special numbers, also a short ser
monette on "David the Giant Kill
er." This will be a happy service.
Hiss Glea Sias arrived in our
city Tuesday morning to visit a
short time with her parents before
going to summer normal school.
She arrived from Willamette val
Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Young and
Ray Young arrived Tuesday morn
ing from Medford. They came over
to attend the funeral of their bro.
ther Glen, who passed away in
Heppner Monday evening. They
are stopping at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. O. J. Cox,
Mr. and Mrs. Phil Hite left for
Portland Thursday night after
spending two weeks here in charge
of the depot.
Ralph Jackson went to Portland
Sunday on business.
Harold Henderson is confined to
his bed this week with an attack
Mr. and Mrs, Joseph Eskelson,
Mrs. Earnest Frederickson and
children and Charles Walker drove
up from Salem Saturday. They
came up for the reunion of the
Eskelson family which was held
Sunday at the Palmer home.
Jeane Marie Schriever, daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Schriever,
is spending some time in Portland
visiting her grandmother.
Guests Sunday at the Schriever
home were Gordon McNeil and Ve
da Bundy of Portland and Mr. and
Mra Galey Johnson of Lexington.
Frank Engelman and son of lone
were business visitors in town Tu
esday. Lawrence Beach in company
with S. E. Notson and Al Rankin
of Heppner attended a river trans
portation meeting at The Dalles
J. F. Lucas made a trip to Grass
Valley last week end.
Erma Lane spent the week end
visiting in Heppner with Jessie
Mrs. Gene Gentry returned home
Sunday from a week's visit with
her sister in Baker.
Gus Sundquist arrived Saturday
from South Dakota. He will .be
employed by R. H Lane during the
James Omohundro and Mrs. Hal
la Neal were married recently. One
evening last week a number of
neighbors and friends went to their
ranch home and gave them an old
Grange will meet Saturday night
June 11. Before the business meet
ing a program will be presented,
starting promptly at 8 o'clock.
Sunday afternoon the town boys
baseball team played a game here
with Boardman. At the end of the
ninth inning the score stood 4-4
and it was necessary to play off the
tie. After three more innings the
game resulted in a score of 4-6 in
favor of Boardman. Next Sunday
the boys expect to go to Pine City
for a game.
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Hunt and
son Dean and Mrs. Edna Hunt mo
tored to Portland last Thursday to
visit relatives and attend to busi
ness. They returned home Mon
day. ilr. and Mrs. Ed Hockett have
returned home from California
where ihfy went to attend the fun
eral of Mr. Hackett's mother.
Mrs. Earnest Frederickson and
small son visited over Monday
night wtih Mr. - and Mrs.' Elmer
Mrs. Ada Estes from Warrenton
is a house guest this week at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. Galey John
son. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Duvall and
daughter Erma went to Stanfield
and Hermiston the first of the
week and visited with relatives. Er
ma is home for a week's vacation
from her studies at Oregon State
Miss Lorraine Thompson from
Walla Walla visited at the Beach
home this week.
Mr. and Mrs. Filer of Yakima
are visitors at the Ray Brown
home. Mrs. Filer and Mrs. Brown
Mrs. Royal Rands returned home
Friday after spending several
months with her daughter at
Mr. and Mrs. Brown and Floyd
Newbery of Longview were guests
for several days last week at the
N. A. Baker home.
Helen Mead left Sunday for her
home at Union Junction after vis
iting several days at the Dillabough
The Ladies Aid Silver tea was
held Wednesday afternoon in the
church. A lovely lunch was served
by Mesdames Klitz, Allen, Sauders,
Russell and Goodwin. The mis
sionary meeting will be held Wed
nesday, June 15, at the home of
Mrs. J. R. Johnson,
Mrs. Harnden, who has been liv
ing at the hotel for the past year,
has moved into the teachers' cot
tage. Mr. and Mrs. O. H. Warner
will take charge of the hotel for a
while until the remodeling and kal
somining are finished.
The Children's Day program will
be given in the. community church
Sunday morning at 10:15 o'clock.
A bridal shower was given for
Mrs. Buster Rands, nee Josephine
Healey, a recent bride, Saturday
afternoon at the Macomber home.
The bride received many lovely and
useful gifts from her many friends.
A dainty lunch was served at the
close of the afternoon.
The Boardman baseball team
journeyed to Lexington Sunday
where they defeated the Lexing
ton town team by a score of 6-4. At
the end of the ninth inning the
score was 4-4 and it was necessary
to play three more innings before
the tie was played off. Boardman
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MONEY is only of value when
working. Money spent wisely or in
a savings account is working.
YOUR NEST EGG here in a Sav
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provide ten times as much credit to
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players were: Weldon Ayers, catch
er; Ray Barlow, pitcher; Marvin
Ransier, 1st; Buster Rands, second;
John Chaffee, third; Dallas Wilson,
shortstop; Carroll Kennedy, right
field, Teddy Wilson, center, and
Willard Nickerson, left.
Mrs. Wigglesworth and daugh
ter Lucille left Wednesday for
Portland. Lucille attended high
school here last year. Her mother
has been visiting at the Bell ranch
for several weeks.
Mrs. Shane and children were
"Boardman visitors last week. On
Wednesday evening Mr. and Mrs.
Ransier gave a party for Mrs.
Shane to which a number of friends
Joe Norton of Hermiston, owner
of the Boardman Red & White
store, was a visitor here Sunday.
The Boardman Health Unit of
the Morrow County Health associa
tion, with the cooperation of Dr.
Fred Thompson of The Dalles held
health clinic in the Boardman
school last Friday morning. Thirty
one children of pre-school age were
examined, the ages varying from 3
weeks to 6 years. Mrs. Mike Cassi
dy, .graduate nurse, and two nurses
her daughter, Mrs." Neil Blakeney
when she received the news. She
and Mrs. Blakeney came to Board-
man Saturday and returned 10
Echo Mondav. Mrs. Weston, who
has been In ill health for some time
was unable to attend the funeral.
from The Dalles hospital and sev
eral local girls assisted with the
clinic. The histories of the children
were taken, then each child was
measured and weighed and were
taken to the examining room where
Dr. Thompson, assisted by a nurse,
examined each child thoroughly.
Reports were given the mothers,
stating the height and weight, and
the defects which needed to be
watched or which needed medical
attention. There were many more
children on the project whose par
ents would have liked to have had
examined but due to busy times and
lack of transportation facilities,
were unable to be present.
School election will be held Mon
day, June 20, at 2 o'clock in the
school house. At this time a new
clerk will be elected and two di
rectors. Mrs. Weston received word of
the death of her sister, Mrs. Laura
A. Beck of Portland, who passed
away in that city June 3 at the age
of 80 years. Mrs. Beck has been a
resident of Portland since 1861,
having crossed the plains in a cov
ered wagon when a child. Mrs.
Weston was in Echo visiting with
MRS. ELLA FARRENS.
Those who enjoyed the Chautau
qua from here were Mr. and Mrs.
O. E. Johnson, Lois, Charlotte, For
est and Mrs. J. B. Adams, Mrs. Del
sie Chapel, Mrs. Carl Leathers, Del
sie Bleakman, Nellie Bleakman,
Billy Leathers, Dolly Farrens, Loye
and Lily Johnson, Mr. and Mrs.
Clair Ashbaugh and family.
Ivan Donavan was a visitor here
Monday from Haystack.
Jap Walker, Mrs. Lavelle Hams,
Mrs. Lavilla Howell and daughter
Norma arrived home from Union
Sunday. Mrs. Howell and Norma
visited here until Monday before
returning to her home at Lexing
ton. Mrs. Bert Bleakman and family
have moved to the mountains for
Mrs. Bernard Bleakman and
daughter Zetta recently returned
from a trip to Union.
Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Musgrave
were business visitors here Monday,
Mr. and Mrs. Jim Burnside and
daughter-in-law, Mrs. Ted Burn
side, were up from, their Rood can
yon ranch Monday for a short visit
Mrs. Blaine Chapel departed for
La Grande Tuesday, going over for
the teachers examinations which
are being given there this week.
Walter Farrens spent last week
with home folks, coming up from
Boardman Tuesday where he has
been working for the past month.
Miss Catherine Peterson was vis
iting Miss Billy Leathers Sunday
There will be a dance at the I. O.
O. F. hall Saturday night
Mr. and Mrs. Charley Morehead
are the proud parents of a 5 1-2
pound baby girl born Tuesday night
at the Heppner hospital. She has
been named Doris Madeline.
Mr. and Mrs. Charley Plourd and
son Donald visited at the W. D.
Neill home unday. Harold Neill re
turned home with them Sunday af
ternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Burl Wattenburger
and children were business visit
ors in Hermiston Saturday. They
also attended the show there Satur
Miss Neva Neill spent Thursday
afternoon with Miss Elsie Strain
who is working at the Morehead
Mi- Rurl Wttenburcer. Mrs. .
W. Neill and Miss Alma Neill were
visitors in Hermiston Wednesday.
Mra E. B. Wattenburger visited
her sister, Miss Elsie Strain Sun
Roy Neill, Jasper Meyers and
Hugh Neill were business visitors
in Heppner Saturday.
te and Marion Finch
are helping with the haying at the
Sloan Thompson ranch.
Ralph Neill spent Saturday at the
John Healy home.
Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Jones and
children and Mr. and Mrs. Cecil
Warner and daughter ate dinner at
the Dee Neill home Thursday and
spent the afternoon visiting at the
R.nv TCpill hnme.
Among those attending the Chau
tauqua at Heppner Sunday night
were Mr. and Mrs. E. P. Jarmon,
Oscar Jarmon, W. D. Neill, Bernice
Neill, Jasper Meyers, Hugh Neill,
Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Moore, Audrey,
Naomi and John Moore, Roy Neill,
Ralph Neill, Elsie Strain, Mrs. Clar
ence Neill, Alma Neill, O. F. Bar
tholomew, Jim Ayers and Mrs. El
der. Charley Morehead and son Bobby
went to Heppner Saturday where
they visited Mrs. Morehead.
Roy Neill, Mrs. C. W. Neill and
children Louise Jean and Gwen-
neth and Alma Neill spent Sunday
at the W. D. Neill home.
Mrs. Ray Applegate and children
are spending a few days with Mrs.
Mr mH Mrs F! R Watrenbure-
er, Mr. and Mrs. Lon Wattenburger
and Earle attended the Chautauqua
I'UI'ILS GET CERTIFICATES.
A number of Morrow county pu
pils have received reading certifi
cates from the rOegon state library
and the state department of public
instruction, sponsors of the Oregon
Children's Book league, which is
sues reading certificates to those of
its members who earn them by
reading one good book suitable to
the grade in which he is enrolled
each month for eight consecutive
months. District number 4, lone,
school taught by Miss Audrey Bey-
mer, also received a school certifi
cate for each pupil enrolled having
received a certicate. Pupils to
whom certicates have been issued
are, Dist. No. 4, Alvin Christopher
son, Robert Wagner, Barbara Wag
ner, Richard McElligot.t, Vertion
Christopherson, Donald McElligott;
Dist. 29, lone, Alena Redding teach
er, Merle Baker, Joyce Carlson, Da
vid Baker, Clifford Carlson; Dist.
59, Heppner, Mrs. Anna Helney
teacher, Marvin, Homer, Betty and
Edna Hughes, Nellie and Jack Ha-hon.
One registered O. I. C. boar. Got
to change. Much cheaper than
Qoniline- awav. Got papers. Vi-mile
below lone. W. Windsor. 13-16p.
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