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6 Heppner Gazette Times, February 25, 1943
By Margaret Thorpe
The FFA held their annual con
vention at Boardman Saturday
Helix won first in parliamentary
procedure contest; Pendleton won
first in the speaking contest.
Schools represented were Helix,
Condon, Dufur, Pendleton. Red
mond and Boardman. The high
school girls serve creamed pota
toes, chicken noodles and pie to60
people at noon.
Twenty-four hour traffic count
was taken at the intersection at
the new highway turn off Thurs
day. Elmer Messenger had charge
of this work. Over 400 cars went
through in the 24 hours. From 2 to
5 in the afternoon, was the heav
iest traffic reported and the least
was from 3 to 5 in the morning.
A show was held Friday night
called "Stardust." The next show
will be next Saturday night. The
picture will be Bob Hope in
"Caught in the Draft."
Grange met Saturday night with
initiation and regular business as
the program for the evening
Ladies Aid met Wednesday at the
home of Mrs Baker. It was an all
day meeting and the day was spent
tying quilts. Election of officers as
follows: Mrs. Walter Lay, presi
dent; Mrs. W. A. Baker, vice presi
dent; Mrs. Marion Van Meter, secretary-treasurer,
and Mrs. Fisher,
Newcomers to the Boardman pro
ject are Mr .and Mrs. Henry Cuney
and two children, Dolores and
Theodore of Oswego. The children
are in the second and third grades.
Mrs. Ella B lay den came from
Weiser, Ida. where she has been
visiting for some time.
Mr. Connyers has been quite ill
with the flu and nearly pneumonia.
Mrs. Walpole attended a Ladies
Aid meeting in Umatilla Tuesday.
The trains have changed schedule
this week. The east bound train is
due at 1:37 p. m. and the west
bound train is due at 12:25 a. m.
Mrs. Arthur Allen returned from
Huntington Wednesday night.
The basketball team went to Ar
lington Friday night and played the
last game of the season. The boys
were defeated with a score of 21
Mrs. Francis Harter and Mrs Nora
McCarten went to Heppner Satur
day to get information on filling
out blanks for the No. 2 ration
Nick Faler spent the week in
Portland where he went to attend
the funeral of his brother-in-law,
Miss Golden, Miss Anderson and
Mrs. Colter spent the week-end In
Portland and Miss Merchant went
to McMinnville for the week-end.
A. McFarland and W. A. Baker '
went to a cooperative meeting in
Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Tannehill
and Mrs. Art Allen went to The
Guests at the Elvin Ely home
Saturday were Mr. and Mrs. Dean
Ekleberry and children of ermis
ton and Mr .and Mrs. Clifton Dav
idson and children' of Wenatchee.
Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Tannehill,
Mrs. Lilly and Mrs. Shannon went
to Pendleton Thursday.
Mrs. Alvin Deulen and infant
daughter Rosemary returned to
their home Friday. They have been
staying with Mrs. Kunze since com
ing home from the hospital.
Dale Ford went to Portland Fri
day night to spend the week-end
with his father. He went down with
Albert Partlow who is working
Walter Johnson .formerly of
Castle, is now relief foreman at
Two Valentine parties were held
at the church. Sunday night 20
Junior Endeavorera exchanged val
entines and enjoyed games and re
freshments. Monday night 23 Senior
Endeavorera held their party.
Hardman News . . .
By ELsa M. Leathers
When the logging men were com
ing , in from work one day 1m
week from Chapin creek and Rock
creek they encountered 47 deer.
The deer were coming down to
bare ground and some were quite
Walter Wright and Darrel Far
rens attended the Horse and Cat
tlemen's association meeting Sat
urday at Spray and the forest sec
vice also was represented
The Rebekah lodge initiated Mrs.
Oren McDaniel, Miss Ollie Has
tings and Elmer Steers into their
order on Tuesday. Refreshmertte
.Mr. and Mrs. Sam McDaniel, Sr.
visited in Heppner this week with
Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Merrill.
Ralph Jackson moved his cattle
from Kaler Basin this week to Lex
ington Jay Grifl&th accompanojed
the cattle staying over night at
Mrs. William Maness returned
from Portland where she has vis
ited the past ten days.
Vera MsDaniel visited her mo
ther. Mrs. L. H. Robinson, Satur
day while she was spending a few
days in Heppner from Portland.
Robert Rogers and Irvn Allen
returned from Spokane where both
were rejected from the service.
Everett Hadley returned home
Friday evening. Mr. and Mrs. C.
H. McDaniel met him in Heppner.
Mary Inskeep Wacken and small
daughter came from Salem Wed
nesday to be with her mother, Mrs.
Ad Inskeep who is critically ill.
Jay Stone spent several days at
Spokane this week.
Mrs. Al Lovgren entertained in
honor of Mr. and Mrs. Loy Mc
Ferrin who left Reeds mill and
moved to Steve Thompson's ranch
on Rhea creek. All of Reed's mill
and Mr. and Mrs. Bill Greener
Mrs. Allen Billings and daughter
of Arlington visited over the week
end here with her mother, Mrs.
C. H. McDaniel.
Mrs. Jennie Elder of Bremerton
Wash, visited Mr. and Mrs. William
Greener this week.
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Mahon and
Mrs. Nellie Hotman of Heppner
visited Mrs. Hubert Mahon Sunday.
Ollie Hastings took sick suddenly
and was rushed to a doctor on
Thursday. It was learned that she
had a slight attack of food poison
ing. IRRIGON NEWS
By MRS. J. A. SHOUN
Clarence Amis arrived home
from Portland Sunday. He reports
his daughter Glenna improved.
Harvey Warner arrived home
Sunday from the hospital in Walla
Walla His mother, Mrs. Lillie War
ner visited him Sunday.
Carl Caldwell of Tacoma phoned
to Tom Caldwell from Eugene tell
ing of a family reunion on Mon
day on the 87th birthday of his
mother, Mrs. Belle Caldwell. She
has spent many years in Irrigon. ;
Walter Grider has been quite ill
with pneumonia, but is improving.
Jack McFall spent a week's fur
lough with his parents the Charles
McCalls and friends. He returned
to his army base at Fort George
Wright near Spokane.
Marshall Markham left for Port
land Sunday after a short stay at
The Roy BediweHs spent 1he
wells near Hebo.
Mrs. Jeanette Bell and Mrs. James
week-end with the Ernest Bedi
Shoun and little daughter and her
cousin Audrey Jean visited the J.
A. Shouns Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Shoun and
small son visited the Shouns Wed
nesday. Mrs. Luella Acock and little dau
ghter visited Mrs. Sarah Stamp and
the Obriens and Aliens Thursday.
"The Hobgoblin House" was giv
en before a large audience Friday
The Ladies Aid met Thursday at
the home of Mrs. Ernest Stephens
J. R. Anderson has changed jobs
pot to a job with an oil company
from a guard at the Ordnance de
Starting at l:30 p. m., Saturday
We will offer at Public Auction
consisting of Thirty-two head of two-year-old heifers ready to
calve Forty-two yearling heifers due to calve later on -- and two
good yearling Hereford bulls. Other cows and calves on sale not
mentioned. Anyone having livestock to sell may enter them in
this sale. From 1 5 to 20 head of milk cows.
V. R. RUNNION