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Heppner Gazette Times, January 7, 1943 5
ADMINISTRATRIX SALE CF
Notice is hereby given that under
and by virtue of an order of the
County Court of the Couny of Mor
row and State of Oregon, made
and entered on the 27th day of
May, 1942, in the matter of the
estate of W. E. Ahalt, deceased, the
undersigned, as administratrix of
said estate, will sell at public auc
tion to the highest bidder subject
to confirmation of said Court, the
following describe real property,
situate in the County of Morrow
and state of Oregon, and described
as follows, to-wit:
Southwest quarter of Section
chains, thence North 6.05
chains, thence South 78 de
grees 45 feet East 12 chains,
thence Southerly 4.5 chains to
the place of beginning. The
SW4 of Section 21, all in
Township one South Range
Twenty-five East of the Wil
lamette Meridian, Morrow
Except Right of Way of the
O. W. R. & N. Company across
N. D. Bailey, Circuit Court
H. E. Clark, Circuit Court
James E. Barlow, Circuit Ct.
Nels H. Kristeensen, Cir. Ct.
M. Orlcna Suddarth, Cir. Ct.
Laxton McMurray, Cir. Ct
Harvey D. Ring, Circuit Ct.
Merl E. Cummings Cir Ct.
Emma Peck, Circuit Court
M. N. Kirk, Circuit Court
E. Markham Baker, Cir. Ct.
Dona E. Barnett Circuit Ct.
Kenneth Blake, Circuit Court
IONE NEWS NOTES
By Mrs. Omar Rietmann
by floods on her way from her
home in Myrtle Point. She did not
arrive in lone until Monday evening.
Rollo Crawford and Paul Riet-
Said property will be sold at a Bert Johnson, Jurge, Old Age
private sale to the highest and best Assistance
Home Economics club of Willows
eranffe will hold its first meeting of mnnn rptnrnpd to their work in
6-60 the new year Jan. 15 at the home Portland Sunday.
320 of Mrs. P. J. O'Meara. A pot luck Earl and Cecil Padberg arrived
5.60 djnrier wjl be served at noon. The Tuesday for a visit with their fa
5.00 meeting is scheduled for all day. ther Louis Padberg and other rel
7.80 Roy Lindstrom went to Portland atives. Earl was on the cruiser San
4-80 Monday to consult physicians re- Fransicso when it saw action in the
3.20 garding a back injury. Pacific. Cecil is employed in Port
Howard Eubanks has gone to ani.
314.20 j0in the marines at Catalina. Mrs.
Tahi V.wprcAn Vtac Vn transfer-
bidder for cash in hand. The sale will Bert Johnson, Judge, Aid to Eubanks and Mr. and Mrs. John red from Kansas City to Miama
be made subject to an order of con- Dependent Children 47.80 Eubanks accompanied him as far pia., and has been promoted to
f irmation of the above entitled Court Bert Johnson, Judge, Blind as Portland. private first class,
and upon confirmation said prop- Assistance 6.00 A check-up shows 5.59 inches of The Topic club social meeting
erty will be transferred to the pur- Edna Hughes, Dep. Sal. 100.00 rain fell at lone between Sept. 1, wjii be held Saturday at 8 o. m. at
149.69 1942 and January 1, 1943. On Jan. 1, the borne of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest
129.69 .37 inches fell starting the new year Lundell. Hostesses will be Mrs.
100.00 right. Lundell, Mrs. Carl Feldman, Mrs.
oo.w Mr. and Mrs. Ed Buschke ot Mor- nv rw-nlrf. and Mrs Milton Mnr-
chaser upon a good and sufficient Neva S. Wells, Dep. Sal.
administrator's deed. John H. Fuiten, Dep. Sal.
NOTTCE IS FURTHER GIVEN RhirW R1ak TW Sal
fourteen (14); the Southeast that bids will be received by the J. 0. Archer, Janitor Sal.
quarter of Section fifteen (15) administrator at Heppner, Oregon, Dr. A. D. McMurdo, Phys. Sal 25.00 gan are making a trip to California gan
ana tne JNOrtnwest quarter Of r ran ho- mailed to the adminis- Honrv V. Np- firmi! Prairt
Section twenty-three (23), all in trator's attorney, Homer I. Watts, Anne M. Thomas, Co. Nurse
Township Two (2) North, Range at Athena, Oregon. Bids will be Warrants Drawn on General
Twenty-three (23) East of Wil- received up to the hour of 1:30 P. Road Fund
lamette Meridian; M. cn Friday, the 5th day of Febru- M. V. Nolon
Also: The south 10 feet of lot one aiT 1943! and bids must be wtit- L- N Morgan (
(1) and lots seven (7) and eight ;nS- W' Cunningham
(8) in Block three (3) of Sper- Dated this 7th day of January, H. S. Taylor
ry's Fourth Addition to the city 1943.
of lone, Oregon;
Also: A certain piece, parcel or
tract, of land, beginning 10 feet
east and 60 feet south of the
Southeast corner of Block three
(3) of Sperry's Fourth Addition
to the City of lone, Oregon,
running thence, West 470 feet
Administrator C. T. A. of the
Estate of Jefferson Evans,
HOMER I. WATTS,
Attorney for Administrator.
H. Schwa rz
A. J. Chaffee
E. A. Kelly
41-45 Robt. S. Wilson
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?fJTj t0c , C6nr ,f COUNTY COURT REPORT FOR Harod sherer
IkKf h K. T7i i -vr:
thence East along the center of Warranls Drawn on General Fund Kane-S Garaffe
SLwS fet-Tl N 7 Edna HueS' Dep Clk sal $100 Tum-A-Lum Lumber Co.
thfnJI u' 6 NOrtV Neva S' Wells- DeP Sal 149-70 CHy of Heppner Water Dept.
the place of beginning. , John H Dep Sal 129.70 . & P
baid sale will be made on the Eva Swanson, Dep Sal 100.00 Genl ptro.leum Corp.
23rd day of January, Saturday, J, o. Archer, janitor salary 85.00 sell Oil Co
1943, at the hour of 10:00 in the Dr. A. D. McMurdo, Phys Sal 25.00 Columbia Equipment Co.
fore noon of said day, at the Henry E. Neer, Ct Reporter 25.00 Feenaughty Machinery Co
courthouse door in the City of Hep- Anne M. Thomas, Co Nurse 125.00 Feenauc-htv Manning r"
: :j . i r- " j J
yifci, i saiu vouiny ana oxaxe. Jerry H. Krosnan, tfang s
Sale will be held open for one Disease control
hour and terms will be 50 percent Hanson Hughes, jail expense
cash down and balance on confir- p. w. Mahoney, Dist Atty
mation of said sale by said Court. State Dept of Agriculture
uatea ana tirst published this 17th District Sealer
C. J. D. Bauman, Sher. $52.10;
Cir. Ct. $9.70; jail $3.65;
John H. Fuiten, Sheriff
day of December, 1942.
Administratrix of the estate
of W. E. Ahalt, deceased.
Heppner Gazette Times, Supt
60.00; Offic. Publication
7.55; Sheriff . 8.00
NOTICE OF FINAL ACCOUNT
Notice is hereby given that Lulu M. Hager, Health (emer
Frank Mason, administrator of the gency)
estate of Frank E. Mason, deceased, Pac. Tel & Tel Co. Current
has filed his final account of his Expense
administration of said estate with C. W. Barlow, County Clefk,
the County Court of the State of Election 5.00; current ex
Oregon, for the County of Morrow, pense 3.00
and said Court has set as the time Green's Hardware Co., Court
and place for hearing on and final House
settlement, o f said final account, pac. Power & Light Co. Court
Monday, the 1st day of February, House
1943, at the hour of 10:00 in the state Indust. Accident Corn
forenoon of said day, in the Coun- mission, Sher. 4.60; Sher.
ty Court House in Heppner, Ore- Sal. $0.30; Sher. Deputies
gon. AH persons having objections $0.60
to said final account must file the M. L. Case, jail expense
same on or before said date. Lucy E. Rodgers, Supt. 20.00;
Dated and first published this Supt. mileage $109.65
24th day of December, 1942.
Jackson Implement Co.
8.00 Union Oil Company
1-49 Union Oil Company
10.00 Sherman J. Frank
Nelson Equipment Co.
615 Penland Brothers Transfer
Ferguson Motor Company
Gamble Store Dealer
1M Jack Allen Supply Co.
66.45 Crystal Barlow
6 20 H. Tamblyn
Green's Hardware Co.
Pacific Power & Light Co
I5.00 after a short visit in Portland. Mrs. Ella Davidson was pleasant-
125.00 Miss Eva Swanson is recovering jy surprised on her birthday Sun
from a severe attack of flu. day when Mrs. Harlan McCurdy,
Mrs. Charles McElligott and chil- Mrs. E. L. Dick and her mother,
38.94 dren have returned to Portland af- Mrs. Wilson, Mrs. Earl Gilliam and
159.00 ter spending their Christmas vaca- Mrs. Alva Jones came from Hepp
114.77 tion at their home south of lone. ner tc spend the afternoon and eve
49.43 Rose Gorger accompanied them to nmg with her.
119.76 Portland to resume her studies at Mrs. Selmer Severson has been
87.14 the St. Vincent school of nursing, ju, wjth the flu for several days.
155.76 Word was received that Pvt. Rich- Matt Gordon was called to Her
155.76 ard Lundell spent Christmas at the nnston by the serious illness of his
156.56 home of Mr. and Mrs. Edmond daughter Janice. She was in the
119.76 Bristow at Nampa Ida., The next hospital with intestinal flu and is
149.26 day he visited at the home of his now improving.
122.82 cousin Harlan Lundell in Boise. jle cieo Drake home was the
104.79 Mrs. Edna Yarnell returned to seene or a family gathering Sun
89.82 her home in Eugene after a visit jay Those presesnt were Mr. and
143.59 with her daughter Mrs. Charles Mrs. E. R. Lundel, Mr. and Mr&
29.85 O'Connor. Lloyd Morgan, Mr. and Mrs. Paul
7.85 Mr. and Mrs. Fred Buchanan and peUyj0hn and son, Mr. and Mrs.
3.85 family have moved from Butter Milt Morgan and son, and Mrs.
1.65 creek to the Laxton McMurray Richard Lundell.
16 95 ranch at Jordan. Orville and John
53.12 have entered scshool at lone. . TEMPORARY MANAGER
53.98 James Warfiold spent several H. H. Weioman of Boise ,Ida. is
20.77 days in Portland, going down Sun- in charge of the Gonty store dur
2.25 day for medical treatment and re- ing the absence of Mr. and Mrs.
187.92 turning New Years day. Edmond Gonty in the south. Weid-
1,260.04 Mr. and Mrs. Hal Ely had as their man arrived Sunday. He is a shoe
' 15.68 holiday guests, Mr. and Mrs. Elvin salesman, traveling out of Boise,
209.58 Ely and family of Boardman, Mr. but since this is between seasons
3.62 and Mrs. Franklin Ely and children, and he has time on his hands he
,52 Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Mathews,' was glad to help the Gontys make
1.20 Mr. and Mrs. Fred Ely, Mr. and their trip.
435.48 Mrs. Beiie Akers and sons, and
10.01 George Ely.
27.70 Little Judy and Alice Kay Mason
VISITING IN PORTLAND
Mrs. Leonard Carlson left Sun
day for Portland to visit her sister
.50 have been ill during the holidays. fram thcre will go to Seattle
to visit her daughter, Joyce Darst.
75-75 State Industrial Accident Co. 62.91 improved.
62 65 Judy had a bad cold and Alice
11 09 Kay was seriously ill with bronchial
5 13 pneumonia. They are both much RETURN TO PORTLAND
Mrs. Oscar Peterson and children
Norma Prock, Supt. Asst.
L. D. Neill, County Court
George N. Peck, County Ct.
Bert Johnson, County Court
P. W. Mahoney, Dist. Atty.
Paul Webb Jr., Bang's Dis
NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATOR'S
SALE OF REAL PROPERTY
In the County Court of the State of Bert Johnson, Judge, Gen
Oregon eral Assistance
In the Matter of the Estate of Jef - Ralph Thompson, Circuit Ct
ferson Evans, Deceased. Noah Pettyjohn, Circuit a.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that Cecil Thorne, Circuit Court
the undersigned, Earl Evans, ad- Harry Dinges, Circuit Court
ministrator with the will annexed, Comett Green, Circuit Court
of the estate of Jefferson Evans, S. J. Devine, Circuit Court
Deceased, under and by virtue of Comett Green Circuit Court
the power and authority conferred Herman Green, Circuit Court
upon me by the will of said de- Carl Haddox, Bangs Disease
ceased on probate in the Court and Control ,
cause herein, will sell at private Jasper Myers, Circuit Court
sale all of the estate's rights, titles, E. J. Bristow, Circuit Court
and interests in and to the here- J. O. Agee, Circuit Court
inafter described realty, to-wit: Coramae Ferguson, Cir. Ct.
"Commencinff at the Northeast Phil Higgms, Circuit Uourt
corner of the SWV4 of the
SEV4 of Section 20, thence
South 20 chains, thence North
17 degrees 13 feet West 20.93
chains, thence East 6.20 chains
to the place of beginning. The
East half of the SEy4 and the
NWV4 of the SEVt, except
commencing at a point 8.05
chains West of the Northeast
corner of the SW'A of the SE'A
of Section 20, thence West 11.5
H. E. Yarnell, Circuit Court
Grant Olden, Circuit Court
Paul Smith, Circuit Court
Chas. McElligot, Circuit Ct.
James Valentine, Cir. Ct.
Sam J. Turner, Circuit Ct.
E. B. Wattenberger, Cir. Ct.
Frank S. Parker, Circuit Ct.
William J. Doherty, Cir. Ct.
Fred W. Falconer Sr.
Portland Wrecking Co
49.83 gtrawn & Company
A. J. Chaffee
E. A. Kelly
6-10 Albert Conner
M. V. Nolan
Robt. S. Wilson
L. N. Morgan
'JJJ Harold Becket
63-90 Standard Oil Company
Tnin H' Tamblyn
10.00 WARRANTS DRAWN ON
MARKET ROAD FUND
115.18. IIarold sherer
6- Harold Sherer
6 J L. N. Morgan
6-40 W. Cunningham
6,60 LEAVE FOR PORTLAND
16.20 TO ENLIST IN NAVY
7.60 Two Henrmer vouths.
26.67 Clarence L.inn now stationed at who spent the nonaays witn ivir.
30.00 Bremerton has been promoted to Peterson at the ranch on lower
42.60 private first class. Eight Mile, returned to Portland
9,35 Mds. Lena Ray received three Sunday.
156.06 letters and a telegram from her son
94,75 John who has arrived in North Af- ATTEND UNCLE'S FUNERAL
172.99 rica- This is the first news she has Mr and Mrs q q Crawford and
82.65 had since she visited him in New Mrg p s. aPerkrv bWtitaoordesdB .
169.75 York in October. He writes an inter Mrg p g parker drove to Waits-
127.56 esting amount of his trip and the burg Saturday to attend the fune-
96.12 new country he is seeing, altho he rai of r uriCej Hugh Dunlap.
11 gy cannot say definitely where he is.
o qq Mr. and Mrs. Percy Puyear of
9086 Toppenish were lone visitors this
5489 wek calling on old friends, among
62 38 hem Mrs. Lena Ray, the William
90 23 Padbergs and Mrs. Cora Burroughs.
3995 They left by train Tuesday for
24 95 Maryville, Calif., to visit Mrs. Puy-
?nn nn ear s sister Daisy Sperry.
nr- rt-:i: r 1
119 27 hcr rents Mr- d Mrs- K A- Carry yUr message to
Horn to Portland where she plans of the country, as well as reaching
to engage in defense work for the into neighboring counties. Try this
duration whale her husband is in economical service for good re
the service. lx
The Coleman home was the scene
of a party Sunday evening. The nriv
young people enjoyed themselves 1 D,u tU'u "?"U1 a" ",7
with music, games and visiting a
haunted house. Those present were
Eulana and Gladys Seehafer, Mar-
A few cents for a classified ad
or a few dollars for a display ad
Peterson, Doris Palmateer, , SALE-Saddle horse, 9 years
noo Walter Corley, Trench Aldrich, Bob
Everson, Gene Rietmann. Ernest
McCabe, Bill Biddle and the hos
tesses and host Jean, Gwen and
Mr. and Mrs. Ted Blake drove to
Portland where Mr. Blake is em
ployed. Mrs. Blake returned home
old, well broke. A. G. Piper, Lex
ington, Ore. 29-tf
FOR SALE Dry mill wood de
livered to Heppner. 260 cu. ft.
load $14.00. Dan Bishop, Black
burn mill or leave orders at
Gazette Times office. 32tf
Dewitt Suuday accompanied by her mo
6.60 Jones and Dick Edmundson, left ther, Mrs. Fell, of Heppner, Miss
7.80 Monday night for Portland to en- Georgia Currier and, Mr. and Mrs.
15.60 list in the naw. Both bovs. nearin? Selmer Severson who were visiting
Henry A. Graves, Circuit Ct. 16.00 18 years of age, decided to enlist at their homes tor the houoays.
Louis E. Bisbee, Circuit Court 3.20 while they still can select the ser- Miss Currier made the return trip WANTED Medium weight horse.
9.00 vice they want. irom her home in Medlord to Port- gentle for work or ride, priced
5.00 According to Dewitt's father, D. landd by plane. Mr. and Mrs. Sev-
5.40 H. Jones, the boy already is an ex- land Panec Mr' d
, , , , . , , , ner and Mr. Severson are teachers
9.40 pert welder and is capable of going 1he Ione school
3.20 on any job where mechanical skill Miss Dorothy Gunney, one of the
7.80 is demanded. high school teacher3 was delayed
STRAYED Hereford heifer calf,
weight 600 pounds. Carty brand,
split right ear. Reward. Dave
Rietmann, Ione. 33tf
reasonably for cash. B. H. Peck,
WANTED TO RENT a good piano.
Contact Mrs. Aiken, Ph. 664.