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HEPPNER GAZE1TE TIMES, HEPPNER, OREGON, THURSDAY, NOV. 12, 1936.
By LA VERN BAKER
Mr. and Mrs. Otto Lubbes made
a trip to Heppner last week with a
load of potatoes. 1
Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Blayden and
son visited at the home of Mr. Blay
den s parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. G.
Blayden. They are residents of
Mrs. Chas. Nickerson went to The
Dalles last week for a short visit
Miss Marguerite Harford of Port
land spent the week end in Board
man visiting her sister, Ada Mae
Russell Miller took his mother to
Portland Sunday evening where she
will visit her daughter for a short
The skating rink at the grange
hall was unable to open until Sat
urday evening. The skates were
all sold and more could have been
used. Everyone seemed to enjoy
the sport. Dancing was enjoyed
after the skating.
Miss Barbara JS'arkoski who is at
tending La Grande normal, visited
at her home over the week end.
There was no school last Friday
due to teachers' institute at Hepp
ner. Mrs. Eva Warner is spending a
short time in Salem where she is
visitine Mrs. Boardman, who was
a former resident of Boardman.
Imogene Wilson, Ada Mae Har
ford, Virginia Compton and Mil
dred Ayers spent Friday and Sat
urday in Arlington visiting Irienas.
H. B. Thomas and children made
a business trip to Heppner Satur.
An Armistice day program was
held at the school Tuesday after
noon. The junior class and some
of the grades contributed numbers.
There was no school Wednesday,
due to Armistice day.
A bridal shower was held at the
Kruse home for Mrs. Lois Mackan
who will be remembered as Miss
Lois Kruse. There were about
twenty women there and many nice
presents were brought. A short
program was given with refresh
CHl'RCH OF CHRIST
ALVIN KLEINFELDT, Pastor
Bible School 9:45 a. m.
Horning services ,,,, 11:00 a. m.
E. Society t:3U D. m.
Evening services 7:30 p. m.
Choir practice, Wednesday. 7:30 p. m.
MiuweeK service, rnursaay, v:au p. m.
Morning sermon, "The Coming
Evening sermon, "What About
More people have been attending
church services lately than for some
time. Come and see what makes
them want to come.
Next week the churches are co
operating in a local preaching mis
sion, Monday, Tuesday and Wed
nesday nights: Let us support these
meetings with large attendance.
REV. R. C. YOUNG, Pastor.
Bible School 9:45 a. m.
Morning Worship 11:00 a. m.
Epworth League 6:30 p. m.
Evening Service 7:30 p. m.
Tuesday, Boy's Club 7:00 p. m.
Thursday, Fellowhip Meeting, 7:30 p.m.
ALL SAINTS' CHURCH.
10 a. m., Church school.
11 a. m., Morning prayer and ser
6:30 p. m., Young Peoples Fellowship.
We are joining in the three-day
preaching mission on Monday,
Tuesday and Wednesday. All are
urged to work and pray for the
success of these meetings. Visitors
and strangers always welcome.
tion, which resulted In my election
to the office of CountyClerk.
I, also, wish to express my appre
ciation to my many friends who,
through their loyal efforts in my
behalf, made is possible to receive
I assure you, I will do my best to
justify the confidence you have
shown in me and hope you will feel
free to visit the oftice at any time.
Will be glad to give any informa
tion that I can.
CHAS. W. BARLOW.
CARD OF APPRECHTION.
I wish to thank the voters of
Morrow county for the support they
gave me in the recent election. I
will be glad to assist in any legisla
tion that will be of benefit to the
district in order that I may ade
quately represent the district at Sa
lem. QILES L. FRENCH.
cies, the agricultural and forest In
dustries, sportsmen and the public
Prominent on the program will
be members of the Oregon State
Game commission, officials of the
United States Biological survey and
Bureau of Fisheries, representatives
of the forest service, national parks,
national grazing service, state plan
ning board, the Oregon State Fed
eration of Women's clubs, and staff
members of Oregon State college.
A general banquet is scheduled
for Thursday evening, November
19th which will be addressed by
State Wildlife Confab
Coming Soon at O.S.C.
Outlines of a general program for
the development of Oregon's wild
life resources and the organization
of an inclusive federation of all in
terests concerned in the work is ex
pected to result from a wildlife con
ference called by Governor Charles
H. Martin to meet at Oregon State
college November 19 and 20.
The conference is expected to
draw several hundred persons rep
resenting state and national agen
In the forenoon, the big game in the
afternoon, and a "roundup" at night
instead of the usual alumni ban
quet The "roundup," explains
Howard Collins of Seaside, chair
man of the homecoming committee,
will consist of an evening visiting
period in the Memorial Union build
ing after dinner in which all grads
I will be able to meet friends of for-
OSC Homecoming Events
List New Attractions
Corvallis. Although the Oregon
State college homecoming festivities
November 19 to 22 are already bless
ed with the famous OSC-Oregon
game attraction, committees in
charge have added a number of
other innovations to attract the old
grads back to the campus.
One new feature this year will be
a competitive inter-fraternity sing
scheduled for Thursday night for
the benefit of early arrivals and the
campus in general. A horse show
and polo game is an added feature
of the Friday afternoon program to
be followed by the usual night
events such as house sings, noise
parade, bonfire and rally dances,
On Saturday will be a crew race
RANCHERS TO GET
RANGE AID MONEY
(Continued from First Page)
By BERNICE WATTENBURGER
Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Wattenburger
and family spent the week end in
Weiser, Idaho, visiting Mrs. Watten
burger's parents. Mr. and Mrs. A,
Institute was held in Heppner
Friday and school was closed.
Mrs. Ollie Neill and Misses Neva
and Oleta Neill spent Friday night
at the A. E. Wattenburger home.
Mrs. Ray J. Pinson spent the
week end in Pendleton at her home.
Tom Healy was a Heppner caller
Misses Mable and Lilly Rauch
attended the Pomona grange pro
gram in Hermiston Thursday af
ternoon. Miss Dora E. Moore spent the
week end with Mrs. Joyce Smith in
Mr. and Mrs. Jim Daly were Her
miston callers Saturday.
Marion Finch and Mr. Moore left
Saturday to hunt elk up near Ukiah
Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Wattenburger
went to Long Creek Friday to go
Joe Kenny and Joe Farley were
week-end visitors at the John Heaiy
Julian Rauch and son Irvin and
Miss May Rauch of Lexington were
visitors at the Fred Rauch home
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Rauch and
family attended the show in Her
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Smith anc'
Miss Dora E. Moore attended the
show in Hermiston Sunday evening.
CARD OF APPRECIATION.
I wish to thank the voters of the
district for their support and ex
pression of confidence in the last
election. I will be very glad to hear
from any Morrow county citizens
on any legislative problems in which
they are interested with the assur
ance that I will give to all my best
effort in their behalf.
E. R. FATLAND.
upon the basis of the examination
of the ranching unit by the range
examiner, has determined that such
practice will tend to effectuate the
purposes of the act and has given
written approval thereof.
(b) No total payment shall be
made with respect to performances
of range-building practices on any
ranching unit which is in excess of
the product of $2.00 times the graz
ing capacity thereof.
(c) No payment shall be made
with respect to any range-building
practice which is initiated before
September 9, 1936, and for any
range-building practice which is not
completed within the calendar year
(d) No payment shall be made
unless the range-building practices
performed are carried out in ac
cordance with the generally ac
cepted standards of good ranching
practices, and by using the kinds
and quantities of seeds and other
materials normally employed for
(e) No payment shall be made
with respect to performances for
which the labor, seeds, or materials
are furnfshed by any State or Fed
An Expression of Appreciation.
I wish to express my sincere
thanks to the voters of Morrow
county for the fine support that was
given me in the recent general elec-
Universal Credit Company
Great Expansion Program
Authorized Ford Credit Company Has 100 Offices
Serving Ford Dealers and Purchasers
The Red Cross has already estab
lished 1000 First Aid stations on
the highways to help prevent loss
of life. 15,000 such stations ar
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
STATE Or OREGON r OR MUK
Charles H. Bartholomew, Plaintiff,
E. O. Neill and Anne Neill, his -.ite;
Ollie M. Neill; Ada Wigglesworth;
Chas. H. Latourell; Alexanders, a
corporation : L. F. Duvall; S. E.
Notsoit. Trustee; Isabel F. Corri
gall. Executrix of the Last Will and
Testament of M. S. Corrigall, de
ceased, and The First National
Bank of Heppner, Oregon, a cor
TO: L. F. Duvall:
IN THE NAME OF THE STATE OF
OREGON you are hereby required to
anoear ana answer me uompmini rnea
against you in the above entitled Court
and Cause within four weeks from the
date of the first publication of this
Summons, and if you fail to appear and
answer. lor want triereol. uie rjiainuil
will apply to the Court for the relief
demanded in his Complaint as follows.
to-wit: That the plaintiff have judg
ment against the defendants, E. O. Nettl
and Ollie M. Neill, for $1360.00. with
interest thereon at the rate of H per
cent per annum Irom June 1, 19Jb. ana
for the sum ol .ou.uu. attorney s lee.
and plaintiff's costs and disbursements
In this suit, and that the mortgage
described in plaintiffs Complaint be
foreclosed and the mortgaged premises
be sold in the manner provided by ttie
Laws of the State of Oregon and the
oractice of tins Court. That the pro
ceeds thereof be applied towards the
payment of plaintiff s decree, costs ana
uccruing costs of sale. That at said
sale plaintiff be permitted to become
the purchaser ana mat me aerenaani.
above named and each and all of them
be foreclosed and baned of all rignt.
title, claim or Interest in the premises
described in the planum s mortgage
except the right of redemption allowed
bv Jaw. ana mat me piamiiu nave sue
other and further relief as to the Court
iiirv seem eouitabie.
That the lands covered by the said
mortgage which will be sold under
foreclosure are us follows, lo-wit:
South Half of South Half of Section
Thirty. Township One North. Range
Twenty-eight East of Willamette
This Summons Is served upon you b;
mill culiiii! thereof lor lour consoculiv
weeks in the Heppner Gazette Times by
nrrler of the Honorable wm. i. camu
bell. Judge of the County Court for
Morrow Coumv. state or Oregon, wmc
euid Order was entered the 1-th day of
November. 1936, and the date of the
(lint publication cf this Summons is
the litli day of November, 1U36.
P. W. MAllONET,
Postofflce Address: Heppner, Oregon.
Attorney for Plaintiff.
Upon completing its eighth year
of exclusive service to the great
Ford market, Universal Credit
Company has in operation offices
in 100 cities from coast to coast,
serving in a convenient and cour
teous manner the many thous
ands of time buyers of Ford
cars and trucks.
More than 60 of these offices
have been opened s;r.ce late sum
mer of 1934. Additional operat
ing offices are planned for the
remainder of this year and fur
ther expansion will follow where
.necessary during 1B37.
This expansion program has
been undertaken to keep pace
with the great public acceptance
of the Ford V-8. Throughout
the country Ford Dealers have
come to look upon Universal
Credit Company as an outstand
ing sales adjunct and many out
standing dealers have stated that
UCC low cost, flexible plans for
the Ford buyer will play an even
more important part in future
sales than in the past.
The outlook for Ford sales for
the remainder of this year and
for 1937 is assured with the high
est type of sales leadership indi
cated on every hand. Universal
Credit is proud to play a part
in bringing the great Ford prod
ucts to constantly increasing
thousands of the buying public
by making possible the purchase
of Lincoln, Uncoln-Zephyr, and
Ford V-8 cars and trucks out of
income, at new low costs In the
During the comparatively brief
period that has elapsed since the
Universal Credit Company was
established, that institution has
financed the purchase of Ford
transportation by the motor-buying
public of America in the
amount of more than $2,000,000,
000, serving a total of more than
3,000,000 customers of Ford
Ever since Universal Credit
Company commenced operations,
over eight years ago, financing
costs on Ford products have been
materially reduced. It is esti
mated that time payment buyers
of Ford cars and trucks have
thus been saved in excess of $75,
000,000 through the lower finan
cing costs made available by the
Authorized Ford Finance Plans
of Universal Credit Company.
These lower credit costs have
been and continue to be con
structive contributions toward
national economic recovery.
Universal Credit Company
serves Ford Dealers exclusively
and UCC Plans are available
through BLACKBURN MOTOR
COMPANY, the local authorized
Ford Dealer in this community.
For the first time, the very newest things in motor car beauty,
comfort, safety and performance come to you with the additional
advantage of being thoroughly proved, thoroughly reliable.
NEW HIGH-COMPRESSION VALVE-IN-HEAD ENGINE NEW ALL-SILENT, ALL-STEEL
BODIES (With Solid Steel Turret Top Unlsteel Construction) PERFECTED HYDRAULIC
BRAKES (With Double-Articulated Brake Shoe Linkage) NEW DIAMOND CROWN
SPEEDUNE STYLING GENUINE FISHER NO DRAFT VENTILATION IMPROVED
GUDING KNEE-ACTION RIDE (at no extra cost) SAFETY PLATE GLASS ALL
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Phelps Funeral Home
Licensed Funeral Directors
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Heppner FERGUSON MOTOR COMPANY Oregon
WE PAY SPOT CASH FOR
CREAM and EGGS
MORROW COUNTY CREAMERY CO.
Elks and Invited Guests
75c the couple
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Grower to Consumer Campaign
Oregon Fancy No. 1 Walnuts
2 LBS 43c
POPCORN, Pearl 2 LBS. 19c
RAISINS 4 Lb. Pkg. 30c
JELLO or Jellwell 4 Pkgs. 25c
ROASTER TO CONSUMER
AIRWAY 3 LBS. 49c
NOB HILL 2 LBS. ONLY 43c
DEPENDABLE 2 LBS. 45c
BEANS .... 10 lbs.
New crop Mexican Reds
2 LBS. FOR
2 lbs 29c
2 lbs 17c
teurized Gal. 35c
MACARONI . . 5 lbs. OQn
MARSHMALL0WS . 9r
NAPKINS, 3 lge. pkgs. OSC
BAKING POWDER . Q7p
18 OZ. SCHILLING'S
SYRUP . . Gal. Jug fiOc
TOMATO SAUCE . .
6 REG. VA OZ. TINS
2 NO. 2 ! BROKEN SLICE
PICKLES . .
O FRESH PRODUCE
LETTUCE, large heads . . 5c
CELERY, large stalk .
12 oz. tins
4 for 43c
POTATOES 100 lb.sk. $1.98
GRAPEFRUIT . . . 6for23c
Pure (If QQ
8 LBS. ".. tJ-dO
Fancy egg, 4Qp
reg. 25c size-fl.
21. lb. Maximum
Reg 25c size QA
M 5 oz. tins M ?
Always fresh Q F
8 LBS &OV
2 Delicious QQn
LBS. , ...dC
Assorted cellophane bags
Choc. vDrops, Lemon Drops,
Gum Drops, Cream Mix
2 lbs. 25c
reg. sizes, b.MM
sugar cure lbdJ.