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Thursday, June 13, 1940
Hardman Clubbers '
Leave for Corvqllis
On Monday morning-the Hardman
delegation to the 4-H club summer
school at Corvallis left for a happy
two weeks. Molly Mclntyre had
earned her scholarship in the style
revue last August, at which time
Vern McDaniel and Mildred Clary
were winners in a demonstration.
The Hardman clubs raised money
and sent Vera McDaniel and Irl
Clary. In ddition to the five young
peopl, the community was repre
sented by Mrs. Neal Knighten, who,
at a recent county club leaders'
meetings, had been selected as cha
perone. On Sunday, Miss Ann Mclntyre
left for Condon where she will
teach in the Catholic summer school
which will be held there for two
weeks. On Mondy morning Miss
Rita Mclntyre went to Heppner
where she will likewise teach for
Friends of Mrs. Kenneth Bleak
mn will be glad to know that she
returned to her home in Heppner
on Wednesday of last week, from
Pendleton where she had undergone
a major operation. Mrs. Bleakman
is getting along very well, and her
mother, Mrs. John McDonald, is
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Howell and
son Clifford of Top were in town
on Tuesday of last week, visiting
relatives and friends.
Miss Alene Inskeep, who has been
suffering from a throat ailment for
the last two weeks, is much better,
but missed her trip to the 4-H sum
mer school because of her illness.
One day last week Mr. and Mrs.
Clarence Carmichael of Lexington
passed through town on their way
to Monument to get Mrs. Carmich
ael's father, Nick Leathers, who vis
ited a short time in Lexington be
fore going on to Portland.
Mr. and Mrs. Neal Knighten and
Mrs. Lewis Knighten returned on
"Wednesday from their trip to Port
land. Juanita Byer came back with
them and will stay indefinitely at
the Neal Knighten home. Donald
Morton, the small brother of Mrs.
Marvin Brannon, also came with
them from Portland. Donald will
visit for some time at the Brannon
Mrs. Ethel McDaniel and Cecil left
on Monday for Enterprise where
they will visit her sister, Mrs. Har
lan Weeks. Then they will be at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. Karry Owens
in Union. They expect to be gone
The dance at Lonerock Saturday
night attracted a number of Hard
manites. Among those going over
were Mr. and Mrs. J. B- Adams,
Forest and Lavonne Adams, Ed
McDaniel, Leon Chapin, and Dallas
The Christian Endeavor held their
regular monthly party on Saturday
night at the Neal Knighten home.
After an evening spent in games,
Mrs. Knighten served waffles and
On Sunday Mr. and Mrs. James
Brannon and children and L. E.
Brannon of Prineville visited in
town at the Marvin Brannon home,
and then went on to Heppner. The
men returned to Prineville on Mon
day but Mrs. Brannon and the chil
dren remained for a couple of weeks
visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. Jim Burnside and
Herbert McDaniel were dinner
guests on Sunday t the home of Mr.
and Mrs. Lewis Knighten.
Mr. and Mrs. Marion Saling and
children of Heppner visited Sunday
at the John McDonald home.
Miss Isabel McFerrin is visiting
at the Fred Reed home in Spokane,
where she went to attend the grad
uation of Miss Jean Reed. Mr. Reed
and Ted also went up for the occa
sion. On Tuesday Mr. and Mrs. Vern
Leathers, Mr. and Mrs. Elza Ules
and Mr. and Mrs. Elliot Wright, all
of Portland, visited at the O. H.
Leathers home. They had all come
to eastern Oregon on the previous
Wednesday and had been camping
at Ditch creek and fishing. They
left Hardman late on Tuesday and
drove home in the night.
Eddie Russell of Condon passed
through here on Monday on the way
to his allotment at Two Springs.
When he returned on Tuesday he
visited with Mr. and Mrs. O. H.
Because of the cold weather a
couple of weeks ago, some of the
grain is badly white-capped. The
middle of last week was still cold
but at this writing the farmers are
having the warmest weather of the
year. A good rain would be very
acceptable as most of the fields are
much too dry.
County Warrants Paid
for May, 1940, Term
Neva S. Cochell, Deputy' Sal. $124.70
Earle Bryant, Deputy Salary 109.70
E. M. Kenny, Deputy Salary .. 85.00
Harriet Pointer, Deputy Sal. 85.00
J. O. Archer, Janitor Salary 75.00
Dr. R. M. Rice, Phys. Salary 25.00
Henry E. Neer, Court Report. 25.00
Bert Johnson, County Court.... 9.00
George N. Peck, County Court 21.90
L. D. Neill, County Court 27.10
I. J. Patton, Sheriff, County
C. W. Barlow, County Clerk,
Current Exp. $8.00; Co. Ct.
$.72; Court House $3.75 12.47
Gilliam & Bisbee, Court Hse. 5.31
Pac. Power & Light Co., Court
Frank C. Alfred, Dist. Atty 10.00
Pac. Sta. & Print. Co., County
Clerk ". 27.97
Pac. Tel. & Tel. Co., Current
r Expense 48.60
Chas. Peterson, Cur. Exp 7.50
Thomas J. Wells, Assessor
, Field Work 65.20
J. O. Hager, Justice Court 20.45
Jack Merrill, Justice Court .. 1.00
Clifford Fay, Justice Court 1.00
Edmund Bucknum, Jus. Court 1.00
Albert Schunk, Justice 1.00
Lucille H. Vale, County Nurse 124.98
State Dept. of Ag., District
Heppner Gazette Times, Offi. .
Pub. $17.60; Election $185.10 202.70
E. Breshears, Election Exp..... 1.30
A. C. Houghton, Election Exp. 1.30
Bert Mason, Election Expense 1.00
A. B. Chaffee, Election Exp 3.40
Marie Clary, Election Exp 3.20
W. M. Eubanks, Election Exp.
$1.50; Bonds $10.00 11.60
E. R. Huston, Jail 32.64
Heppner Market, Jail 6.23
Harold Becket, Jail 75
Case Furniture Co., Jail $1.69
Sheriff $2.50 4.19
C. J. D. Bauman, Sheriff 80.20
Earle Bryant, Sheriff 19.30
S. C. Russell, Sheriff 3.55
Jewel L. Wright, Sheriff .... 4.50
Archie D. McMurdo, Coroner 5.00
Harry Tamblyn, Water Master
Exp ; 9.50
Ray Lewis, Supt. Travel Exp. 6.00
Juanita Carmichael, Supt.
Travel Exp 6.70
West Coast Print. & Bind. Co.
John W. Graham & Co., Supt. 1.83
Lois Redding, Supt. Assist 7.53
State Ind. Acci. Com., Sher.
$4.53; Sher. Sal. $.30; Sher.
Deputies $.60; Emergency
Wm. Lee McCaleb, Emergency 81.50
Bert Johnson,, Judge, General
Harvey Miller, Bang's Disease
W. D. Jackson, Court House... 16.80
Lucy E. Rodgers, Supt. $3.80;
Mileage $51.05 54.85
Boys & Girls Aid Soc., De
pendent Children 6.00
Bert Johnson, Judge, Blind
Assistance .' 11.00
Bert Johnson, Judge, Depend
ent Children 51.20
Bert Johnson, Judge, Old Age
R. C. Timmons, Sheriff, Sher
iff's fees 11.10
Election Expense: Dan Lindsay
$6.00, C. Melville $11.00, Russell
Moore $6.00, E. L. Ditty $6.00, Frank
Saling $6.00, Grace Macomber $14.
20, S. C. Russell $6.00, Roy E. Ball
$6.00, Flossie Coats $6.00, Sophia
Barlow $6.00, R. L. Ekleberry $6.00,
J. A. Troedson $6.00, John W. Krebs
$6.00, Fannie G. Griffith $12.20, Her
bert Hynd $6.00, Walter Becket $6.00,
M. Akers $10.00, E. M. Worden $6.00,
John Bergstrom $6.00, L. Redding
$6.00, A. W. Lundell $11.00, O. G.
Bergstrom $6.00, Wm. Bergstrom
$6.00, Irene E. Zinter $6.00, C. F.
Bergstrom $6.00, J. B. Adams $10.00,
Neal F. Knighten $6.00, Lewis Batty
$6.00, Floyd N. Adms $6.00, Frances
Gazette Times, Heppner,
Leaters $6.00, R. M. Akers $3.00, E.
R. Lundell $3.00, Claude Charles
O'Connor $3.00, Juanita Rietmann
$3.00, Mabel Cotter $3.00, Elizabeth
Clark $3.00, Frank M. Lundell $3.00,
W. M. Eubanks $6.60, Fred Mankin
$3.00, H. W. Grim $6.00, Geo. W.
Rand $19.00, H. C. Warner $6.00, M.
F. Caldwell $6.00, F. C. Frederick
son $6.00, Catherine J. Higgins $6.00,
Kathleen M. Hisler $11.00, Leona
Instone $6.00, Mabel A. Hughes $6.00,
Annie Schaffer $6.00, G. J. Ryan
$3.00, L. A. Palmer $5.20, Margaret
Leach $3.00, Grace M. Turner $3.00,
Cora E. Warner $3.00, E. J. Evans
$3.00, B. H. Peck $3.00, Vera B.
Whillock $3.00, H. O. Bauman $3.00,
Helen Breshears $3.00, Vivian Kane
$6.00, Ealor B. Huston $6.00, Mar
garet McNeill $6.00, Kathleen Gen
try $6.00, Alex Green $4.50, Walter
B. Carlson $4.50, Robert A. Jones
$4.50, John W. Hiatt $4.50, Roy A.
Campbell $4.50, Phebe A. Bartholo
mew $6.00, Bertha Ayers $6.00, Clay
ton H. Ayers $6.00, Marion Finch
$6.00, Faye Finch $12.00, C. N. Jones
$6.00, Etta Howell $6.00, Grace Nic
kerson $6.00, Ruth Tamblyn $6.00,
Sara McNamer $6.00, F. E. Parker
$4.50, H. A. Duncan $4.50, Terrel L.
Benge $4.50, E. L. Ayers $4.50, Jose
phine Mahoney $4.50.
Bert Johnson, County Court 13.50
Warrants Drawn on General Road
Fund, May, 1940
Glenn Sherer $90.74, Albert Gib
son, Jr. $23.92, L. N. Morgan $112.25,
W. Cunningham $74.75, Ralph Mar
latt $151.49, Harold Sherer $90.74,
Wrex Langdon $77.74, Clair Ash
baugh $90.74, Walter Gilman $77.74,
Robt. S. Wilson $41.70, Henry J.
Phelps $2.24, Pete Helm $2.24, Neil
Bleakney $36.00, Roy Ball $1.75, Al
bert Connor $107.74, H. S. Taylor
$114.49, M. V. Nolan $103.74, Jack
Stotts $89.70, A. J. Caffee $111.11,
Vernon Munkers $97.74, James Far
ley $72.50, Frank W. Gentry $93.33,
Dale Ray $50.83, Union Oil Com
pany $296.05, Heppner Garage $3.00,
I. R. Robison $216.27, Chas. Wil
liams $41.63, Martin Ekker $5.50, Ed
ith K. Hendricks $6.78, Tom Hen
dricks $5.00, Crystal Barlow $8.93,
Paul Haberlein $10.00, Rosewall
Gentry Motor Co. $16.65, Frank
Nixon $29.85, Rogers Super Tread
Tire Ser. $11.52, V. L. Carlson $26.20,
S. C. Russell $3.97, Charley Ondrick
$1.00, Penland Brothers Transfer Co.
$.60, E. W. Peck $7.29, Air Reduction
Sales Co. $5.35, City of Heppner
Water Dept. $1.60, Kane's Garage
$25.95, Heppner Blacksmith & Mch.
Co. $12.75, Lexington Oil Coop.
Want contracts for combining
grain. New 20-foot machine use
your power or mine. Prefer men
with tractor and having no less than
2000 acres to cut. Box 162, Kinzua,
LOST On Main street, two linen
lariats. Finder please leave at coun
ty agent's office.
For Sale Red fryers, dressed and
delivered any time. Phone 3F11.
Singer Sewing Machines, vacuum
cleaners. Repairs on all makes.
Write Singer Agency, 418 S. Main,
Apartment for rent. Call 722.
Reserve Friday evening, June 14
annual church dinner, Methodist
church basement, 5:30 p. m. to 8 p.
m.; chicken dinner with strawberry
shortcake. Adults 50c, children 25c.
Public invited. 14-15.
Wood for sale $6.00 per cord. Fir
and tamarack post 8c delivered to
Heppner. Green cut wood at Ar
buckle corrals $3.50 a cord. W. H.
Six-room house and bath, full
plumbing, good location, $1500. See
Clara Beamer. 24th
Summer range for 3000 yearlings,
or 2000 ewes and lambs. Well water
ed. Inquire this office. 3tf.
For rent, summer range for 3
bands of sheep. Will rent all or part
of it. Sid Seale, Condon, Ore. 3tf.
Satisfaction Breakfast Cereal, the
Cereal That Satisfies. Three grinds
fine, medium and coarse. On sale
at your local grocer's. Other pro
ducts will be featured later. Made
by Neal F. Knighten. '
$14.92, Gamble Stores Agency $4.84,
Tum-A-Lum Lumber Co. $2.50, Jack
Aen Supply Co. $14.67, Feenaughty
Machinery Co. $60.14, Columbia
Equipment Co. $139.15, Harry Tam
blyn $91.94, Harold Becket $7.40,
Pac. Power & Light Co. $3.68, Gil
liam & Bisbee $39.87, C. W. Barlow
County Clerk $1.89, State Ind. Acc.
Com. $56.09, City of Heppner $1,
519.58, City of lone $243.51, City of
Lexington $170.93, City of Board
man $54.75, W. D. Jackson $21.00,
B. Baer $9.75.
Warrants Drawn on Market Road
Fund, May, 1940
Harry Tamblyn $118.66, Frank W.
Gentry $43.92, Dale Ray $23.92, State
Industrial Accident Com. $2.78.
NOTICE OF FINAL ACCOUNT
Notice is hereby given that Edith
Miller, executrix of the estate of
Margaret Reaney, deceased, has
filed her final account of her ad
ministation of the said estate with
the County Court of the State of
Oregon for the County of Morrow
and said Court has set Monday the
5th day of August, 1940, at the hour
of 10:00 in the forenoon of said day,
as the time and the County Court
Room of the Morrow County Court
in Heppner, Oregon, as the place for
hearing on said final account. All
persons having objections to said
final account must file the same
with the said court on or before said
date for final hearing.
Dated and first published at Hepp
ner, Oregon, this 6th day of June,
NOTICE OF ANNUAL SCHOOL
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN to
the legal voters of School District
No. One, of Morrow County, State
of Oregon, that the ANNUAL
SCHOOL MEETING of said District
will be held at City Council Cham
bers to begin at the hour of 2 o'clock
A. M. on the third Monday of June,
being the 17th day of June, A. D.
This meeting is called for the pur
pose of electing One Clerk for the
term of one year; One Director for
a term of three years, and One Di
rector for a term of one year and
the transaction of such other busi
ness as may come before such meet
ing. In districts of the second and third
classes the ballots shall not be count
ed until one hour after the time set
for the meeting to begin. Until the
count begins, any legal voters of the
district shall be entitled to vote upon
any business before the meeting.
Dated this 31st day of May, 1940.
C. N. JONES,
Chairman Board of Diectors.
Attest: DAISY SHIVELY,
NOTICE OF EXECUTOR'S SALE
OF REAL PROPERTY
Notice is hereby given that the
undersigned Albert F. Palmateer,
as Executor of the Last Will and
Testament of William F. Palmateer,
Deceased, pursuant to the power,
authority, and direction conferred
upon me as such executor by the
Will of said William F. Palmateer
to sell any property of the estate
of said deceased, not otherwise
therein specifically devised, for the
purpose of distribution under the
terms of said will, will, on the 29th
day of June, 1940, at tha hour of
11:00 o'clock A. M. at the front door
of the County Court House in Hepp
ner, Morrow County, Oregon, offer
for sale and sell at public auction,
subject to confimation by the Coun
ty Court of the State of Oregon for
Morrow County, to the person mak
ing the highest and best offer there
for, for cash, all of the estate, right,
title and interest of the Estate of
William F. Palmateer, deceased, in
and to the following described real
SHIP BY TRUCK
The Dalles Freight Line, Inc.
PORTLAND : THE DALLES : HEPPNER
AND WAY POINTS
Arrive Tues., Weds., Friday, Sat.
Warehouse: KANE'S GARAGE Carl D. Spickcrman, Agent
"PREVENT FOREST FIRES IT PAYS"
property situated in Morrow Coun
ty, State of Oregon, to-wit:
Section Twenty -five (25), in
Township Two (2) North, Range
Twenty-three (23) East of the
Willamette Meridian, situate in
Morrow County, Oregon.
The said property will be sold
subject to existing encumbrances
thereon and for cash upon confirm
ation of the sale by the Court and
upon execution and delivery of good
and sufficient deed therefor.
Dated this 29th day of May, 1940.
ALBERT F. PALMATEER,
Executor of the Estate of Wil
liam F. Palmateer, Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Notice is hereby given that Em
ma Anderson and August Anderson
have been duly appointed joint ad
ministrators s.t.a. i of the estate of
Charlotta Anderson, deceased, by
the County Court of Morrow Coun
ty, Oregon, and have accepted such
trust. All persons having claims
against the said estate are required
to present the same, duly certified,
to J. O. Turner, at his office in
Heppner, Oregon, within six months
from the date of this notice.
Dated and first published thia
30th day of May, 1940.
NOTICE OF BOND REDEMPTION
Notice is hereby given that the
undersigned Treasurer of Heppner
Lodge No. 358, Benevolent and Pro
tective Order of Elks of the United
States of America, will on the 1st
day of July, 1940, at his office at
Heppner, Oregon, redeem and pay
all outstanding bonds of said Lodge
No. 358, at par value thereof, and
accrued interest upon presentation
and surrender of said bonds and
interest coupons, and that all inter
est on said bonds shall cease from
and after said date for redemption.
Notice is hereby further given
that said bonds are redeemed pur
suant to and in accordance with the
redemption option reserved in said
bonds, and the mortgage securing
the payment thereof.
Dated and first published by or
der of the Trustees of said Heppner
Lodge No. 358, Benevolent and Pro
tective Order of Elks of the United
States of America, this 23rd day of
J. O. TURNER,
Treasurer of Heppner Lodge
No. 358, Benevolent and Pro
tective Order of Elks of the
United States of America.
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