Heppner gazette-times. (Heppner, Or.) 1925-current, January 13, 1944, Page 3, Image 3

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Pioneer Lexington
Merchant Laid to
Rest in Portland
By Mrs. Ruth McMillan
Death of Joe Burgoyne, pioneer
millman and merchant of Lexing
ton, occurred in Portland Jan 2, ac
cording to information brought to
Lexington by W. E. Pointer. Inter
ment was made in Portland.
Burgoyne operated a grist mill
and a general merchandise store in
Lexington many years, leaving
there after retiring from business
and making his home in Portland.
Lexington grange held the first
meeting of the, new year Saturday
evening. Bud Peck was appointed
gatekeeper and Mrs. Ann Smouse
Secretary to fill the vacancies of
Alex and Rosella Lindsay who have
E. D. McMillan is seriously ill at
his home below Lexington.
Pvt. Jack O'Harra left Sunday
for his station in Washington after
spending a short furlough with his
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Newt O'Har
ra. Pvt O'Harra will be transferred
to a new station soon.
Frieda Breeding left for Port
land Monday where she will be
Mrs. Ralph Jackson and daugh
ters returned to their home in The
Dalles Friday after spending the
holidays here.
Mrs. Lon Edwards, son Clyde and
daughter Edith left for Spokane
Friday to visit relatives. Edith will
remain to enroll in a business
Earl Warner received a badly
sprained arm Tuesday while at
work on the state highway.
Bud and Alice Marshall have
been ill at their home with the flu
the past week.
Bill Smethurst underwent a1 ma
jor operation in the Emanuel hos
pital in Portland Friday.
Jimmy Ledbetter, Sl-c, is spend
ing a 15-day furlouh with his par
ents, Mir. and Mrs. Bergen Ledbet
ted, from his station at San Pedro,
Mr. and. Mrs." Gilbert Pettys of
Pendleton were business visitors
here on Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Marshall
spent Sunday in Echo.
Mr. and Mrs Dan Casey left
Tuesday for their home in Ellens
burg, Wash, after visiting several
days with relatives here.
Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Jones arrived
Friday from Meacham and con
template making their home here.
They are at present sltaying with
Mrs. Jones' parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Ted McMillan. Mr. Jones will be
employed at the Henderson garage.
Bud Buell returned Tuesday
from Spokane where he visited sev
eral days with relatives and friends.
Srrigcn News Notes
By NilS. J. " . "!-.? IT-J
Maynard Hoagland has been in
the Ordnance hospital since Satur
day. He took sick while working
Miss Betty Larson of Kennewick
spent the week-end at the Sinice
Moore home.
Harry Cooper of Troutdale spent
the week-end with the Ernest Ste
phen family, going on to Hanfard
Monday to work.
A. W. Gollyhorn left for Portland
Monday night to take his final ex
amination for the mTr"'.
Mr. and Mrs. Sinice Moore were
Walla Walla visitors Saturday.
John Voile family moved from
the place they have lived on since
arriving in Irrigon to the Lea Lar
son place. They finished moving
Saturday. They have cleaned, paint
ed and remodeled the house. They
bought this place1 last summer.
Toby Griffin finished the Ernest
Stephens well Monday evening. It
is 70 feet deep, with 24 feet of wa
ter. This is the third well in this
neighborhood. He moved onto the
Watkins place from there to clean
out and deepen a well for the W.
C. Isoms. They bought the place
and are painting and papering the
Heppner Gazette Times, January 13, 1944 3
house getting it ready to live in. k.i RID J
Mis. Melton Amos and small "GW DOOKS KeCeiVed
daughter of Kellogg, Ida., left Mon- fa PubllC Library
day for their home after spending
s-jveral weeks with her parents, the Three new arrivals have made
Elmer Ruckers. . their appearance on the Woolgrow-
Glon Darby who has been in an ers' auxiliary shelf in the Heppner
zS ft W P
rrn:y hcsp.tai e.nce returning from fuonc norary. iney are: Admiral 'J VJ. -f $
New Guinea is visiting his sister, of the Ocean Sea,' by Morrison; 'H'-J.Vt OVU '
Mrs. Jared White and family. He Just and the Unjust, by Cozzens, '4'f v$t!?itBj
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A good cup of coffee is the
perfect complement to a sat
isfying meal. Our food is
good, well cooked, and taste
ful; our service is prompt and
we are pleased to serve you.
Due to shortage of help we
remain closed all day on
Try our meatless meals ev
ery Friday.
some, as the title might lead one to
' believe. A fine - description of the
islands and their inhabitants is
tame lhursday night. ana neaanunung in tne aojpmon I vyU-pI
Mrs. T. T. Slaughter came Sat- lsianas' JViyunger ine latter is &M2I 4 V
urday from California to join her a miereilnS ie r e olr P
husband here. He came home a lwo wumeu mue uiiuugn uie oui
short time ago and they are visit- omun '"l D"
ing their son Paul and family.
Mr. and Mrs. Dan rial were
Heconer visitors Friday.
Avery Shoun left for Mountain &ven
City, Tenn. Tuesday. He came to Three other new books just re
Oregon' in 1907 and has never been ceived by the library are: Evidence
back there since. He has a sister of Things Seen, by Daly, a mystery
and a number of nieces and neph- story; Men in Motion, by Taylor, a Ui.-.
ews and other relatives there. story 01 tne African campaign, and From a transport in New Guinea
Ed Kelsay of the patrol board at Thunderhead, by O'Hara author of American members of hospital units
Salem spent Thursday night at the My Friend Flicka. and a very pop- are carrying medicine and instru-
Sinice Moore home. He was going ular juvenile book. ments provided by War Bond dol-
lo ciher eastern Oregon points. If;1sr RFPirRFn tt' .
, nuw many win iney succor ; now
A representative from the Neon many dead will they find? How
, , . -0-- 1 J - ' i.ii uwi ILVUiUl vc uu iiuu
. very &noun accompanied tnem tu frci nt tu0
UlclL J.dl,
Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Provancho
vveie Pendeton visitors Tuesday.
restored the Humphreys Drug com- duct can make an earlier end of
pany sign to service. the war.
Givp vnnr Hollars oMinn- n.m
l-:a.s, Coats, Suits and Dresses. FOR SALE 8 -horse gasoline en- More War Bonils.
Curran's Ready-to-Wear.
gine. Inquire Box 676, Heppner.
Ffetf 'MltfDln)2l ioOTik
of Portland, Oregon
Condensed Statement of Head Office and 40 Statewide Branches
RESOURCES December 31, 1942
Cash on Hand & due from Banks $72,555,015.02
. United States Bonds, incl.
k JJ.S. Government Agencies 134,843,935.54
December 31, 1943
All Other Bonds.
Loans and Discounts 54,030,792.70
Stock in Federal Reserve Bank r.
Bank Premises, Furniture and Fixtures. . . ,
Other Real Estate ,,;
Customers' Liability on Acceptances. . . .
Interest Earned .-.r
Other Resources
$207,398,950.56 -li:299276,399.91
5,437,683.49 14,814,833.10
54,030,792.70 50,916,522.34
300,000.00 300,000.00
2,710,360.87, 2,706,549.82
1.00 1.00
16,214.24 3,987.56
666,921.99 1,283,672.53
156,362.03 156,363.07
$270,717,286.48 $369,458,329.33
Capital. $ 4,500,000.00
Surplus , 5,500,000.00
Undivided Profits 1,604,730.28
Reserves for Contingencies. . . 1,223,102.94
Reserves Allocated for Taxes, Interest, etc. 487,947.76
Acceptances 16,214.24
Interest Collected in Advance 166,802.09
Other Liabilities 1 19,437.94
Deposits (exclusive of reciproc-.l bank deposits) 257,099,051.23
JOTAL LIABILITIES $270,717,286.48