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HEPPNER GAZETTE TIMES, HEPPNER, OREGON, THURSDAY, NOV. 26, 1931.
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Rev. and Mrs. Stanley Moore, ac
companied by Mrs. Robert Lees,
left yesterday on a two day trip to
the northern part of the state. Rev.
Moore will attend an executive
council meeting of his missionary
district in Pendleton this evening,
after which he and Mrs. Moore will
visit members of their family in
Heppner. Mrs. Lees is going to vis
it her mother, Mrs. Fred Luoaa, at
Lexington. Ontario Argus.
C. W. Smith, formerly Smith.
Hughes instructor in the local high
school and now county agent of
Morrow county, and Spencer Craw-
ford, of the Heppner Gazette Times,
were in Dufur Saturday from Hepp
ner. They had been in attendance
at the Eastern Oregon wheat lea-
gue conference, held In The Dalles,
and Charley took occasion to run
out here for a visit with old friends.
Being in the market for coarse
wool ewe lambs, Willis Mercer, of
the firm of Mercer & Hill, Prosser,
Wash., spent a few days at Hepp
ner, trying to get a band of this
class of sheep. Whether he suc
ceeded or not, this paper did not
learn. Coarse wool lambs of the
class Mr. Mercer desired are pretty
scarce in this county at present
Earl Hallock, former cashier of
the Farmers and Stockgrowers Na.
tional bank of Heppner, was in
town last week end from his home
at Shaniko, transacting business in
connection with his present position
with a livestock loan association,
Mrs. W. R. Poulson, president of
the Heppner Business and Profes
sional Women's club, went to The
Dalles Saturday night to be present
for the addresB there on Sunday of
the national president of the organization.
Miss Marianne Palmiter, student
at Oregon State college, Is spend
ing Thanksgiving with her sister,
Miss Jessica Palmiter, home econ
omics instructor in the local school.
Kenneth Bleak man, in town Sun
day from Hardman, reported ten
inches of snow at Tupper ranger
station where he was located as for
est ranger the past summer.
Dr. and Mrs. Fred E. Farrior and
son, Freddie, were Heppner visitors
Sunday, coming over from Pendle
ton to visit at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. Gay M. Anderson.
For Sale Winona wagon, 2, good
as new. To sell immediatetly.
Nichols and Leach, Lexington. 39p
Mrs. Emma Anderson of lone was
a business visitor in this city Mon
day. Mammoth bronze turkeys for sa.e.
Emma Anderson, lone. 36-38p
MRS. W. C. ISOM.
Wilbur Browning and family
from Vancouver, Wash., were here
for a short visit with Mr. Brown
ing's brother, Jack Browning, and
Mrs. Wilbur Stevers accompanied
her mother, Mrs. Brownell, to Port
land Thursday and will visit a few
days with relatives.
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Isom spent
Friday evening with Mr. and Mrs.
Gabriel at Umatilla.
The regular meeting of the Irri
gon grange 641 was held in the
school auditorium Wednesday eve
ning. A short business meeting
was held and the new members
were given first and second degrees.
The social hour was spent at "500,"
five tables ' at play,. A delicious
lunch was served by the ladles late
in the evening.
Ralph Beneflel returned from
Thornton, Wash., Friday, and will
spend the winter here.
A large crowd from Irrlgon at
tended the Mason's dance at Uma
tilla Friday night and reported a
Bert Rose of Eugene is visiting
his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Rose.
Edith Markham visited relatives
in Portland from Friday until Tues
day last week.
Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Isom and son
Don, and Mrs. Mary Smith were
shopping in Pendleton Saturday.
Leonard Beavert from Union,
Wash., was here -for a short time
last week. His father, James Bea
vert, who has been quite 111, return
ed home with him.
Several from Irrlgon delivered
turkeys at Hermiston Friday and
The town basketball team start
ed meeting for regular practice last
George Haskell and Donald
Brooks of Plymouth, Wash., were
in town for a short time Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Jess Oliver and son
Floyd entertained all the young
folks of the community at a party
NOTICE OF SCHOOL MEETING
NOTIPF! IS TWFrRtrRV fiTTTPxr i i m oi i -rvi- xt- y-v-
or Morrow County State of Oregon, that a SCHOOL. MEETING of said district
win be held at the Council Chambers, Heppner, Oregon, on the 27th day of
November, 1931, at 2:30 o'clock in the afternoon for the purpose of discussing the
budget hereinafter set out with.the levying board, and to vote on the proposition
of levying a special district tax.
The total amount of money needed by the said school district during the
vSl 1ear,beginn,ln5 on JJune 193L anl ending June 30, 1932, is estimated in
tne following budget and includes the amounts to be received from the county
iTi .1. miuui lunu, eiemeniary scnooi luna, special district tax, ana
all other moneys of the district.
Balance on hand at beginning of school year (third Monday
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From county school fund .
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From elementary school fund . '.. . "TZZ ''
From tuition for pupils below high school !!
From county high school tuition fund for tuition and tran
Total animated receipts .. !"ZZ!r.Zr.Z..."!l.. Z
Stenographers and o5ierlin-'uslstanlii
Elections and publicity ..'."LT." . "
Legil service (clerk's bond. audiiTefivi "
is always SAFE
Beware of Imitations
GENUINE Bayer Aspirin, the
kind doctors prescribe and millions
of users have proven safe for more
than thirty years, can easily be
identified by the name Bayer and
the word genuine as above.
Genuine Bayer Aspirin is safe and
sure; always the same. It has the
unqualified endorsement of physi
cians and druggists everywhere. It
doesn't depress the heart No harmful
after-effects follow its use.
. Bayer Aspirin is the universal anti
dote for pains of all kinds.
Sore Throat Lumbago
Aspirin is the trade-mark of Bayer
manufacture of monoacetkacidester
Total Expense of General Control
xxi oxau u-rwn supervision
Stenogranhern Aiiri nthei. nffln "a'aoiai.'Zi'Z"
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aumu xisjnuB, onpervuion
rvi aunui service :
. Supplies (chalk, paper, etc)
Textbooks (desk r.nnipn nnH InHYcwiTaV"
Total Expense of Teaching-
OPERATION OF PIiANT
, Janitors and other employes
Light and Dower .
Total Expense of Operation , ' ,
MAINTENANCE ft REPAIRS
Kepair and replacement of furniture and equip-
Repair and maintenance of buildings andl
En mndu i
iuiu ijjvjiojiD vi maintenance ana nep&irg
Library: Personal service (librarian, etc.)
Grade text books
Total Expense of Auxiliary Agencies
Total Fixed Charges .
Assessments for betterments
Total Capital Outlays f
Principal on bonds :. .
Principal on warrants .
Principal on other indebtedness
Interest on bonds . ....
Interest on warrants .. .
Interest on other indebtedness
Total Debt Service ..
I 200.00 '
Total estimated expenses for the year $50,950.00
Total estimated receipts, not including proposed tax 29,946.18
naiance, amount to o raised ay district tax EE 1,004. 83
SUMMARY OF ESTIMATED EXPEND rTTTRBS
For school year from June 30, 1931, to June 30, 1932
Maintenance and reDairs
Amount of bonded indebtedness (including all warrants Issued
-by vote of electors) $48,000.00
Amount of warrant indebtedness on warrants issued and en
dorsed "not Dald tor lack of funds 5.500.00
Amount of other indebtedness 12,600.00
Dated this 4th day of November, 1931.
VAWTER CRAWFORD, District Clerk.
CHAS. THOMSON, Chairman, Board of Directors.
NOTICE OF MEETING OF TAX LEVYING
BOARD OF THE CITY OF HEPPNER.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that on Monday, the 7th day of December,
1931, at 7:30 o'clock in the evening of said day. at the Council Chambers in the
City of Heppner, Oregon, the tax levying board of said City of Heppner will
meet for the purpose of discussing and considering the tax budget hereinafter
set forth of said City of Heppner for the fiscal year beginning January 1, 1932,
and any tax payer of said City of Heppner may at that time appear and be
heard either in opposition to or in favor of the tax levy set forth herein, or any
Chief of Police
City Treasurer .
City Attorney ..........
Health Officer .
Night Marshal .......
Insurance (State) ..
MATERIAL AND SUPPLIES
MAINTENANCE AND BRIDGES
Streets and Bridges i ..........
Hose, Fire Chief, Extras and Incidentals .....
Truck, Storage, Fuel,, Gas ,
Redemption Water Bonds .....
Interest on Water Bonds .
Labor, repairs, incidentals . 2,160.00
TOTAL ESTIMATED EXPENDITURES
.. , ESTIMATED RECSIPTB
Water Collections ................
Theater License :.
Billboard Licenses ........
County (Road Tax)
Ealance in General Fund . ,
TOTAL ESTIMATED RECEIPTS '. $16,400.00
Total estimated expenditures for the year 1932
rotai estimatea receipts tor tne year 1932
TOTAL AMOUNT TO BE RAISED BY TAXATION $ 6.164.00
Dated at Heppner, Oregon, this 9th day of November, 1931.
J. O. THOMSON,
Attest: W. CLAUDE COX. Secretary. ' W' SMim
in their new home Satuday night
The evening was spent in games
and dancing. Refreshments were
served at a late hour and were
enjoyed by all.
Mr. and Mrs. Vera Jones and
family deft Sunday morning for
Portland to visit relatives until af
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Markham
and family left Sunday for Van
couver, Wash., on a business trip.
They were accompanied by their
daughter-in-law, Mrs. Alberta
Markham who was here visiting her
Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Isom enter
tained at a birthday party honor
ing their son, Earl, Sunday. The
day was enjoyed by everyone.
Mrs. Leo la Beavert was a Her
miston visitor Monday.
Mrs. Prank Fredrickson enter
tained the H. E. C. ladies at the
home of her mother, Mrs. Clara
Smith, Thursday afternoon. A good
crowd was present' Delicious re
feshments were served by the hostess.
RESOLUTIONS OF RESPECT.
In memory of Brother Henry
Mills, who died November, 1931.
Once again death hath summoned
a Brother Odd Fellow, and the gol
den gateway to the Eternal City
has opened to welcome him to his
home. He has completed his work
in ministering to the wants of the
afflicted, in shedding light into
darkened souls and in bringing joy
Into the places of misery, and as
his reward has received the plaudit,
"well done" from the Supreme Mas
And whereas, the all-wise and
merciful Master of the Universe
has called our beloved and respects
ed Brother home, and he having
been a true and faithful member of
our beloved Order, therefore be It
Resolved, that Willow Lodge No.
66, I. O. O. F., of Heppner, Oregon,
in testimony of her loss, drape its
Charter in mourning for thirty days
and that we tender to the family of
our deceased brother our sincere
condolence in their deep affliction
These essential transportation require
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$10,000 Cargo Insurance
for your protection.
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E. R. HUSTON, PROPRIETOR
, CHOOSE THE BEST
That's why we feature
CANNED FOOD DELIGHTS
Fresh Candies and School Supplies always
on hand for the kiddies.
D0 a1! Day
If comeone came to you and said: "For ten
cents a day I will postpone old age, give you
better health and more leisure," what would
you say? "Yes," of course. Or, if you are in
clined to be more skeptical, "rot," or some
thing equally expressive. But we are pre
pared to promise just that. -
Unnecessary manual work means fatigue.
Continued over a period of time it means im
pairment of health, which, in turn, brings old
age long before its time.
If the end of the day finds you too tired to en
tertain, to read, or do the things you wish to
do, ask yourself, "What have I done today
that electrical appliances could have done for
me, or could have helped me do?
There are many efficient electrical helpers for
the home which not only lessen the physical
effort required for almost evey task, but cut
down hte amount of time required to do the
work "in the old way."
Don't do work that
electricity can do for 10c A DAY !
Pacific Power & Light
"Alwayi'at Your Service"
and that a copy of these resolutions
be sent to the family.
A. J. CHAFFEE,
E. L. AYERS,
J. L. Y EAGER,
The Gazette Times' Printing Ser
vice is complete. Try it
Mr. and Mrs. Ray Wright. Mc
Kinney creek folks, were trading
in the city on Monday, and report
that it Is quite winter ish out their
For Rent 320 acres tractor land.
Write A. S. Akers, 1225 Campaign
St, Portland. 35-37
Are Down Again
Boys' Cords : New Price
Ages 8 to 11 $1.95
Ages 12 to 16 $2.35
Young Men's Cords
in the new popular Elephant color
A Can't Bust 'Em $2.95
Young Men's and Men's Cream Color Cords
Campus Cords $4.85
The New ARROW TRUMP SHIRT
in Stripes $1.95
Guaranteed for permanent fit
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They Cost $5.90 a Year Ago!
It's yours-now for almost two dollars less! Yes,
the exact cozy, wear-giving garment of last year.
And what's more, it now boasts a VVambino col
lar the deep, billowy kind found before only on
more expensive coats. Drab and forest tones,
lined sleeves, armshields and many other com
fort features. Get yours early . . . and save I
Imagine 1 Smart Fall Patterns!
Doys' nibbed Mens Fancy
Union Suits Hose
4r" Wool and cotton mixture
medium havy weight ml
Never have you seen such huge Ideal for men who demand long
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favored weight that will be pop- mixture of wool and cotton
ular with active boys and thrift- add$ both warmth and service,
wise mothers. Sues 6 to 16. price1 unusuaiiy iow for this
Ankle or knee lengths. excellent quality.
J. C Penney Co.
Store Phone 59
HEPPNER, ORE. Manager! Phone U8I