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Heppner (gazette limes, January 14, 194d
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tyyr clat vzAAa We. Q vorc
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 BishoD. Black
burn mill or leave orders at
Gazette Times office.
STRAYED Hereford heifer calf,
weight 600 pounds. Carty brand,
split right ear. Reward. Dave
Rietmann, lone. 33tf
WANTED Medium weight horse.
gentle for work or ride, priced
reasonably for cash. B. H. Peck
WANTED TO RENT a good piano.
Contact Mrs. Aiken, Ph. 664.
T.OST Ladv's Elffin wrist watch.
Reward. Return to Gazette
Times ' 42-43c
WANTED Collapsible baby car-
riage. Phone 24F4. Lexington. 42p
DRY WOOD Blackburn Mill. See
LOST Muffler off ' Dodge
somewhere bevond Eight iMile
postoffice. Small reward. E. A.
Bergstrom, lone. ' . 42p
FOR SALE One 1940 Chev. y2-ton
pickup in good condition. Paul
Webb, Jr. 42tf
ADMINISTRATRIX SALE OF
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
tior 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: bidder for cash in hand. The sale will
Southwest quarter of Section be made subject to an order of con
fourteen (14) ; the Southeast f irmation of the above entitled Court
quarter of Section fifteen (15) and upon confirmation said prop
and the Northwest quarter of erty will be transferred to the piir
Section twenty-three (23), all in chaser upon a good and sufficient
Township Two (2) North, Range administrator's deed.
Twenty-three (23) East of Wil- NOTICE IS FURTHER GIVEN
lamette Meridian; that bids will be received by the
Also: The south 10 feet of lot one administrator at Heppner, Oregon,
(1) and lots seven (7) and eight or can be mailed to the adminis
(8) in Block three (3) of Sper- trator's attorney, Homer I. Watts,
ry's Fourth Addition to the city at Athena, Oregon. Bids will be
of lone, Oregon; received up to the hour of 1:30 P
. ' . . , M. on Saturday, the 13th day of
Also: A certain piece parcel or ig43 and bidg in
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
thence South to the center of
main' channel of Willow Creek;
thence East along the center of
the main channel of Willow
Creek 470 feet; thence North to
the place of beginning.
Said sale will be made on the
23rd day of January, Saturday,
1943, at the hour of 10:00 in the
fore noon of said day, at the
courthouse door in the City of Hep-
pner, in said County and State.
Sale will be held open for one
hour and terms will be 50 percent
cash down and balance on confir-
mation of said sale by said Court.
Dated and first published this 17th
day of December, 1942.
Administratrix of the estate
of W. E. Ahalt, deceased.
NOTICE OF FINAL ACCOUNT
Frank Masn, straer of X
estate of Frank E. Mason, deceased,
has filed his final account of his
administration of said estate with
the County Court of the State of
Oregon, for the County of Morrow.
emu cam uwn nas set as tne time
and place for hearing on and final
settlement, o f said final account,
Monday, the 1st day of February,
1943, at the hour of 10:00 in the
forenoon of said day, in the Coun-
tv Court House in Heppner,
gon. All persons having objections
to said final account must file the
same on or before said date,
Dated and first published this
24th day of December, 1942.
NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATOR'S
SALE OF REAL PROPERTY
In the County Court of the State of
Oregon, for Morrow County
In the Matter of the Estate of Jef
ferson Evans, Deceased.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, Earl Evans, ad-
inistrator with the will annexed,
ar me estate of Jcffersoir Evans,
Deceased, under and by virtue of
the power and authority conferred
upon me by the will of said de-
ceased on probate in Hie Court and
cause herein, will sell at private
sale all of the estate's rights, titles,
and interests in and to the here-
inafter described realty, td-wit:
''Commencing at the Northeast
comer of the SWV-t 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 SEV4 and the
NW4 of the SEV, except
commencing at a point 8.05
chains West of the Northeast
corner of the SWV4 of the SE',4
of Section 20, thence West 11.5
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
SW!4 of Section 21, all in
Township one South Range
Twenty-five East of the Wil
lamette Meridian, Morrow
Exo?pt Right of Way of the
O. W. R. & N. Company across
Said property will be sold at
private saie to the highest and best
Darted this 14th day of January,
Administrator C. T. A. of the
Estate of Jefferson Evans,
HOMER I. WATTS,
Attorney for Administrator.
ANNUAL ELECTION AND MEET-
ING OF HEPPNER SOIL CON-
Notice' is hereby given that the
annual meeting of the Heppner
Soil Conservation District ,a legal
subdivision of the State of Oregon,
will be held at the Lexington
Grange Hall at 10:00 a. m. Monday,
February 1, 1943..
By MRS. J. A. SHOUN
The Irrigon basketball team de
feated Standield 43 to 20 in a game
Thursday night. Irrigon grade play
ers won 22 to 10.
The army team Friday defeated
Irrigon 29 to 26.
Mrs. Cleo Munder sent" word that
she missed the flood in Salem by
seven blocks. She was formerly of
Irrigon but lives in Salem now.
Mr. and Mrs. M. R. McCoy have
word that their son Warren was
going over seas.
Benny McCoy is attending a
school in Pennsylvania.
Gerald Buell is attending sschool
in Memphis Tenn.
J. C. Claridge is at Guadal canal
and writes that they had a regular
Christmas with dinner, tree and
presents. His wife stays at home
with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. C.
W. Gans and works at the ordinance
Sinus Brown left for Spokane
Sidney Walton who has been in the
hospital with a broken leg is im
proving so much that he is anxious
to come home. Calvin Allen is doing
his chores for him.
Mrs. Calvin Allen and Mrs. H.
W. Grim gave a shower for Mrs.
Grace O'Brien at the home of Mrs.
C. W. Grim Saturday.
The C. W. Grims were Irrigon
The Pep club gave a farewell
party for Leslie Rucher Saturday at
the school house. Leslie is going
into the navy.
Mrs. Marion Pierce is still quite
Ernest Bediwell and family have
moved from Spray to Irrigon.
Mr. and Mrs. Tom Caldwell took
dinner with Mrs. Nora Wilson and
Mrs. Eva Reynolds, Mr. and Mrs.
John McCollum and Mr. and Mrs.
Vernon Banta of The Dalles spent
Sunday with the Fred Adams family.
Further notice is hereby given
that one supervisor will be elected
at this meeting from the following
nominees: namely, Orian Wright
and Frank Anderson. Further nom
inations for this pending vacancy
will be accepted from the floor pro
vided such nominations are sup
ported by nominative petitions
bearing the signatures of at least
ten (10) land owners from within
the district boundaries. '
This notice is hereby published
in accordance with the provisions of
the State Conservation District's
J. J. Wightman, Chairman
District Board of Supervisors
Polio Funds To Be
Raised Sans Dance
An opportunity for men to Join
A fenceless President Roosevelt s UnUed states army mountain
birthday celebration will be held in whjn t)ey e)ler me armed
Orrjron, but the campaign for funds . is nfJW to aU who pre
to fight infantile paralysis will be uch outdoor scrvice and have
held as usual, announce Dr. E. T. pihysicai lilmss needed, accord
Hedlund, Portland's postmaster who . iQ & st rcccived at Oregon
ags-in has been named state chair- Slale C()llcge for acquainting all
man- men student.-; with this possibility.
The national foundation for infan- Mon alre;Ky polled in the en
tile paralysis' 10th annual appeal Hcd TC1ierw corps or those who
will be held from January 15 to 20 ct (( inducted through se
the latter which is the presidents lctUvc Rcrvice m;,y make applica
birlhday. (m U) join (ho mour,tain forces
The march of dimes again will ,md if accepted win be sent there
be the method to raise funds in inductbn A national effort Ls
Oregon. Last year the state eontnb- fc(.. madr now t increase the
uted more than $35,000 of which 50 m(.unU,jn fo).0fs being trained in
percent was retained by the state (wn camp at Camp n:Jle, Colo,
and county organizations. , , , , .
"Instructions have been received Applicants need not be skiers or
from the national committee" Dr. vcn mountaineers, but quau ica
Hedlunr said, "suggesting that the tions do include exceptional stam-
birthday balls, such as held in pre- and ablb to j ive and n
, 1 1 . 1 1 care of oneself in the open, rul.1
vious years, be discontinued, and t''a w u
the energy of the county and city Particulars and application blanks
chairman concentrated on fund may be lrotn M
raising" Neil Vlce Piesident 01 the National
The Portland postmaster has been Ski association, Journal building,
identified with the infantile paraly- Portland.
sis campaign movement since 1934. m
This is his fourth time as state lf$t SVtCtiC3
Assistants and county chairmen
will be announced soon, he said.
NATIVE OF HEPPNER
PASSES AT WALLA WALLA
An account of the death of Willis
? "fleS f Walla Wa,1,a BeC' 9'
1942, has been sent the Gazette
nines uy ivin, u vv. roiey 01 icno.
rwj nau Deen 111 lor some time ana
was taking treatment at a hospital
when the end came. Funeral ser-
vices were neia in me mcmoaist
church at Pasco on Dec. 12 and in
torment was in the cemetery at
Willis C. Hales was born
Heppner on Oct 12, 1891, the oldest
son of Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Hales.
With the family he moved to Waits
burg in 1898 where he attended the "P-are oi.nKing out lor me au-
public schools and the pioneer rat!on as lof asA Oconta,ln cllt
Waitsburg Academy. After finish- cal . mrials. A WPB order, ef-
ing there he went into the live- Active immediately restricts the use
stock and meat market business in f critical "laterals in portable elec
Waitsburg. In 1909 he moved to Pas- lamP9 andu. wlrei. framesJfor'
co where he engaged in the sheep f.hades; ,Untl1 thl,3 ac on ' pTduc-
and cattle business, together with lal"f and f ad
Krrvnr i-T ic limited to 60 percent ot the 1940 out
vived by his wife and three sons,
his mother, two brothers and two
AS SUGAR MELTS
More than 4,000 pounds of sugar
was among the foodstuffs lost in
the Willamette valley flood early
this month. Much of Jhe sugar,
mo.:.tly granulated, went into the
flood waters in the form of simple
syrup. Any sugar salvaged was set
aside for bee feed.
The sugar loss is one of the side
lights reported by the food sanita
tion inspectors of the state depart
ment of agriculture, who super-,
vised salvage of foods in the flooded
areas of the valley. The sugar loss
experienced by two West Springfield
stores. Other food losses were ex
perienced in Lane county and in
Marion county, chiefly. Full extent
of the damage to food supplies had
not been determined up to Jan. 10.
Another rationed item lost was
coffee, at least 215 pounds of which
' was written off as total loss.
IONE GIRL MAKES
HONOR ROLL AT U.
Jane Huston, lone, University of
Oregon senior in English, received
a grade point average of 3.5 or
above, half A and half B grades,
placing her on the fall term honor
roll, Clifford L. Constance assistant
registrar, announced this week.
Of 2958 students at the Univer
sity fall term 153 made the honor
roll, a record slightly higher in
proportion to enrollment than that
of a year ago, Constance said. The
fall term, 1941, honor roll, showed
177 names in comparison to an en
rollment of 3444. Fifteen students
this year earned straight E's, or
OUTDOOR MEN SOUGHT
ARMY MOUNTAIN TRAINING
Housewives taking in roomers
may evict an undesirable tenant
without permission of the govern
ment rent officials if they rent to
not more than two paying guests.
This amendment to the federal rent
trol rtgulaUon was made effec
u to coopcrate with the war
guest program of the NHA which
is trying to provide rooms in pri-
housing shortage. Formerly many
home-owners have been reluctant
t rnt r()oms o the strkt
to rent rooms because of the s
OPA requirements for eviction.
Lamps that dot the average Amer
ican home table models, floor, bed
put. However, even so it was re
ported that manufacturers were un
able to get and use copper and
TAKES NEW APARTMENT
Mrs. Rene Laughlin has taken the
suite in the Curran apartments re-
cently vacated by Mrs. Shirley