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Thursday, April 14, 1938
Heppner Gazette Times, Heppner, Oregon
Board man H. E. Club
By LA VERN BAKER
The Home Economics club is spon
soring a bazaar to be held on Satur
day, April 15. Everyone is invited
for the afternoon and supper will
be served at 6 p. m. The charges will
be very reasonable. There will be
an open program in the evening for
Miss Hazel Tyler left Wednesday
for Portland after visiting her moth
er. She will return later to work in
Tom Hendrick and Fred Alt left
last week for Portland on business.
Mr. and Mrs. Bob Harwood spent
Saturday shopping in Pendleton.
H. B. Thomas and Marietta mo
tored to Pendleton Thursday to take
Joe Saltyman to catch the Stream
liner to Alvado Ohio. Lucille Mc
Cutcheon accompanied them.
Mrs. L. Colosso spent Thursday
shopping in Pendleton.
Imogene Wilson and Dave John
son of Moscow, Idaho, spent the past
week visiting at the Robert Wilson
Miss Maye Fisher of La Grande
returned to her work after visiting
the past two weeks at the home of
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Barlow spent
Sunday visiting relatives in Hepp
ner. Mr. and Mrs. Conlon of Umatilla
visited at the Parson home Sunday.
Norvale Shannon of Kinzua is vis
iting friends and relatives on the
Ted Wilson and Youis Kobow mo
tored to Pendleton Monday and re
turned with Jack Gorham's car which
had been in the garage.
Don Tannehill broke the large
bone in his wrist last week while
Mr. and Mrs. Eben Uthe of Milton
visited at the Peck home Saturday
and then Mrs. Peck and daughter
and Mr. and Mrs, Lester Uthe mo
tored with them to The Dalles where
they spent the week end.
Mr. and Mrs. John Jenkins of Ru
fus visited Mr. and Mrs. R. Har
Mr. and Mrs. Al Guise of Cove
have moved onto the old Turner
Mrs. Jay Cox and children of Se
attle spent the week end visiting
friends and relatives on the project.
Mr. and Mrs. John McEntire and
son Jack and La Vern Baker were
shoppers in Pendleton Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. Eldon Wilson of La
Grande visited on the project over
the week end.
The grade school operetta was
given last Friday evening. The name
of it was "Tom Sawyer. A large
crowd attended and everyone en
Silver tea was held at the home
of Mrs. John Fisher last Wednesday
Mrs. Edith Hendricks spent Sat
urday shopping in Walla Walla.
Mr. and Mrs. Turner Bond of Ore
gon City spent the week end visit
ing at the John Fisher home.
Mr. and Mrs. C. I. Young of Uma
pine visited at the Neal Bleakney
home over the week end.
Mrs. R. Wren of Seattle is visiting
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Dil
lon, this week.
Mr. and Mrs. Neal Bleakney spent
Tuesday in Heppner on business.
Mr. and Mrs. Pilfard of Walla
Walla visited at the Nate Macomber
home over the week end.
At Pomona Meeting
Regular session of Morrow coun
, ty Pomona grange met at Lexington
Saturday, April 2, at 10 a. m. Reg
ular business followed, also talks
from B. H. Peck and O. L. Lundell
on Bonneville power, followed bjr
bounteous dinner served by Lex
ington H. E. C. At 1:30 the follow
ing program was presented by the
various granges and speakers:
Community singing, "America the
Beautiful"; recitation, "We Hope to
be Grangers Some Day," Carolyn
Bauman, Lexington; talk, "The New
Agricultural Set-Up for Morrow
County,"- Joseph Belanger, county
agent; recreational number, "Folk
Dance," eight lone school children,
instructor Miss Nimbergall; report
on state, federal and county roads,
Geo. N. Peck; tap dance, Jerry Cut
ler, accompanied by Edith Edwards;
"Major Problems of Agriculture in
Oregon," Wm. Teutsch, O. S. C. ex
tension service; recitation, "Ques
tions," Donald Ball, lone; talk, "Ru
ral Electrification," Morton Tomp
kins, field representative of Bonne
ville power project; closing number,
"Home, Sweet Home," Hazel Miller,
Margaret Thorpe, Greenfield grange.
At 5:30 p. m. a delicious lunch
was served to a large number of
grangers. At 7:30 the closing busi
ness of the day was in order. About
10 p. m.' all departed for their re
spective homes feeling a day well
spent full of pleasure and valuable
For March Term
Be It Remembered, That County
Court met in regular session at the
Courthouse in Heppner, Oregon, on
Wednesday, the 2nd day of March,
1938, this being a regular time for
holding a term of said Court, when
were present: Bert Johnson, Judge;
George N. Peck, Commissioner; L.
D. Neill, Commissioner; C. W. Bar
low, Clerk; C. J. D. Bauman, Sher
iff; Frank C. Alfred, District Attor
ney. The minutes of the Februay, 1938'
term were read and approved.
In the Matter of Claims:
Now at this time the various claims
against the County were presented
and the Court approved, disapproved
or continued them and ordered ap
proved claims paid by the proper
warrant from the proper funds.
Court leases to Harvey Harshman
for the year 1938 the E of Section
27, T. 4 S., R. 24 E. W. M. for $32.00,
one-half down, balance June 1, 1938.
Court sells to Frank Wilkinson
the N, SWy4, NWy4SEy4 of Sec.
12, T. 2 N., R. 26 E. W. M. for $380.00,
$76.00 down, balance due in 5 an
nual payments of $60.80 each.
Court grants right of way ease
ment to Umatilla Electric Coopera
tive Association on lands of Morrow
County in T. 4 and 5 N. R. 27 E. W.
M.; T. 4 and 5 N. R. 26 E. W. M.; T.
4 N. R. 25 E. W. M.; T. 4 N. R. 24
E. W. M. . '
Court orders sale of county prop
erty described as follows: Lots 1 to
12 inclusive, Block 32 to the Town
of Irrigon. Minimum price $40.00. '
Court orders transferral of funds
from the Motor License Fund to the
General Road Fund in . the amount
Court orders the matching of state
funds for Predatory Animal Control
in the amount of $1500.00.
I I'LL SEE YOU AT '
I CIRCLE MEETING I
A leader in his community suc-cessful,capable,hard-working
likeable he is proudly a mem-'
ber of the Neighbors of Wood
craft, whose hundreds of Circles
include outstanding men and wo
men from every walk of life in
each locality. No wonder the Cir
cles are a vital force in each com
munity . . . no wonder the regular
meetings are such happy occa
sions, eagerly awaited by every
' member... no wonder that the
minds of the Neighbors are free
from worry, secure in the protec
tion of low-cost insurance on
standard legal reserve contracts.
Neighbors of Woodcraft
men and women who
wish, through member
ship in a local Circle, to
take their rightful place
in their community.
KJUNDtD FOVmATtMIITVUNITtO fO M.OTtCriO
Court orders sale of county prop
erty described as follows:
Lots 7 and 8, Block 5, Sperry's 2nd
Addition to lone. Minimum price
Lot 7, Block 15, West Section 25,
T. 5 N. R. 26 E. W. M. Minimum price
SWy4 of Sec. 24, NEy4 of Sec. 25,
T. 2 N. R. 26 E. W. M.; SWy4 of Sec.
19, T. 2 N., R. 27 E. W. M. Price $1.00
per acre. 20 down, remainder in
five annual payments.
Court grants dance hall license to
Rhea Creek Grange No 669.
Warrants Drawn on General Fund,
P. P. & L. Co., Courthouse ....$ 39.33
J. F. Thornburg, Courthouse 41.67
Turn - A - Lum Lumber Co.
Thomson Bros., Emergency .... 9.25
C. J. D. Bauman, Emergency 53.35
Mack C. Smith, Emergency .... 50.65
St. Ind. Acc. Comm., Emer
Mack C. Smith, Emergency .... 41.88
Pac. Tel. & Tel. Co., Current
Chas. Peterson, Current ex--
C. W. Barlow, Current ex
Thomas J. Wells, Assessor's
Kilham Sta. & Prt. Co., As
Sheriff .' 12.50
Tax Collection 144.26
Clerk : 9.66
Election Expense 6.55
C. W. Barlow, County Court .. 1.92
Geo. N. Peck, County Court .. 55.00
Bert Johnson, County Court .. 14.00
L. D. Neill, County Court 42.40
St. Dept. of Agri., District
C. J. D. Bauman, Sheriff 47.55
C. J. D. Bauman, Sheriff 11.45
Gertrude Applegate, Sheriff .. 85.00
St. Ind. Acc. Comm., Sheriff 8.30
F. W. Turner, Justice Court 10.00
Franklin Prt. Co., Justice Ct. 11.63
W. O. Dix, Jail 42.14
A. E. Burkenbine, Jail 9.50
Humphreys Drug Co., Jail .... 2.02
T. J. D. Jones, Circuit Court 2.20
C. J. D. Bauman, Circuit Ct. 11.15
Lucy E. Rodgers, Supt. Mil. .. 1.40
Emp. Don. Fund, Dist. No. 8,
General assistance 15.00
Bert Johnson, Judge, General
Frank C. Alfred, Dist. Atty. 10.00
Archie D. McMurdo, Coroner 18.05
Harry Duncan, Coroner 1.60
Alex Cornett, Coroner 1.60
W. B. Tucker, Coroner 1.60
W. L. Blakely, Coroner 1.60
J. C. Owen, Coroner 1.60
Fred Lucas, Coroner 1.60
Harold Cox, Coroner , 1.00
Eldon Gentry, Coroner 1.00
John Steel, Coroner 1.00
Ralph Brumfield, Coroner .... 1.00
J. O. Turner, Coroner 1.00
Mrs. Viola Akers, Coroner .... 8.50
Heppner Gazette Times, Tax
Official Publications 20.10
Bert Johnson, Judge, Blind
Aid to Dependent Children 91.49
Old Age Assistance 351.09
Warrants Drawn on General Road
Fund, March, 1938
Pacific Power & Light Co. $6.59,
City of Boardman $14.70, City of
Heppner $362.66, City of lone $69.46,
City of Lexington $40.91, Union Oil
Co. $482.53, Thomson Bros. $1.43,
Paul Haberlein $5.80, Heppner Black
smith & Mchy. Co. $332.59, Tum-A-Lum
Lumber Co. $9.90, Pac. Tel. &
Tel. Co. $2.95, Barlow Service Sta
tion $3.80, City of Heppner $1.50, H.
& L. Corporation $38.25, Heppner
Garage $18.05, Claud Coats $2.10,
Feenaughty Mchy. Co. $13.46, Howard-Cooper
Corp. $63.36, Kilham
Sta. & Prt. Co. $14.62, C. W. Barlow
$1.20, E. W. Peck $5.68, J."B. Adams
$9.90, O. B. Hottman $6.72, Harold
Beckett $4.20, I. R. Robison $6.40, H.
D. Rutledge $36.85, Robt. S. Wilson
$46.76, H. S. Taylor $107.76, M. V.
Nolan $99.75, Jack Stotts $61.29, L.
N. Morgan $97.65, Walt Gilman $59.
05, L. N. Morgan $8.98, Walt Gilman
$5.98, Glenn Sherer $83.76, H.
Schwarz $69.65, Harold Peck $50.83,
Dale Ray $11.96, H. G. Peck $23.92,
C. R. Langdon $14.91, H. Wells $71.
76, Ralph Moore $2.99, Ralph Mar
latt $49.59, Albert Connor $54.93, C.
Ashbaugh $26.16, Harold Sherer
$60.95, H. G. Peck $7.10, Frank W.
Gentry $67.83, Frank W. Gentry $16.
25, Jim Farley $34.01, Clair Ash
baugh $2.99, A. J. Chaffee $26.39,
Vernon Munkers $23.45, Wm. Cun
ningham $9.10, Chas. Williams $39.
76, Marion Hayden $11.79, Grover
Peck $7.85, Harold Sherer $13.83,
Ferguson Motor Co. $54.62, Shell Oil
Co. $84.38, Kane's Garage $84.38,
Columbia Equip't Co. $227.40, H.
Tamblyn $82.21, F. Adams $6.72, T.
Burnside $6.72, C. Hastings $1.68,
Paul Haberlein $6.00, St. Ind. Acc.
Comm. $56.46, Braden-Bell Tractor
& Equipment Co. $169.75, Humph
reys Drug Co. $.40, Braden-Bell Trac.
& Equip't Co. $11.96, Heppner Ga
zette Times $4.75, C. R. Langdon
$7.50, C. B. Cox, Postmaster, $6.50,
Clair Ashbaugh $40.00, Mack Smith
$14.95, Mrs. G. A. McCutchen $22.10.
Warrants Drawn on Market Road
Fund, March, 1938
Ralph Marlatt $57.13, Albert Con
nor $10.46, H. G. Peck $7.10, General
Roads $50.00, Frank W. Gentry $26.
20, A. J. Chaffee $71.84, Jim Farley
$14.95, Vernon Munkers $75.81, Wm.
Cunningham $56.81, Clair Ashbaugh
$17.94, Marion Hayden $4.49, Grover
Peck $2.99, Clair Ashbaugh $2.99,
Harold Sherer $17.94, Harrv Tam-
blyn $124.85, Dale Ray $14.94, St.
Ind. Acc. Comm. $15.22, Ralph Moore
$11.96, C. R. Langdon $4.46.
Warrants Drawn on Special Funds,
Ellwynne Peck, Dog Fund ..$ 10.00
James Peck, Dog Fund 10.00
Peter Slevin, Dog Fund 270.00
Rufus C. Holman, St. Treas
urer, Rodent Fund 1,500.00
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