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About Heppner gazette-times. (Heppner, Or.) 1925-current | View Entire Issue (Nov. 9, 1944)
I. T?. Robison returned to
lo-r; Wed :-y 0f last week after
spdn? rcve-sl days visiting her
b.-o'h':", Hugh McMurray of Port
land who is recuperating from
rn .-'.c d in which he lost three
fingers of his left hand. Mrs. Ro
bison also visited at the home of
her sirter, Mrs. Lauren Hale of
.-ban . Mr. Robison returned
E. 1,1. Baker, chairman nf
I-'-rc "Jed Cross announces that
Li jc.iic hall will be opened
V v cd'iesdav afternoon tn arw.
ho aesires to help with the
rI:oed3on of King City, Cal-
vea last Vediiesday to' visit
xr, IVi:s. Anne Smouse and
lu. jfiaianalha club supper, sale
and quiii, auction netted $215.55.
Tiie highest bidder in the "dutch"
auc .'ion - on the quiit was George
Eld.r vl.o bid $127.50 and got the'
Mesdames Lloyd Morgan, Paul
Pettyjohn arid Milton Morgan were
hostesses for a shower for Mr', and
Mrs. Richard Lundell on Friday
a Kmc.,,: at the Congregational
rooms. Mr. and Mts. Lundell re
ceived many beautiful and useful
giftj. About 30 friends attended and
many others sent gifts.
The union missionary society
held us monthly meeting at the
Congregational rooms Thursday af
ternoon. Mrs. Echo Palmateer and
Mis. Mary Swanson wr?ro hostessir.
Mrs Henry Clark went, to Port
land Friday of last week to receive
medical treatments She was accom
panied by her grandson Danny Par.
marance who returned to his home
after several weeks stay in lone.
The monthly fellowship supper
6f the Cooperative church was held
Wednesday at the Congregational
xvir and Mrs. Keliy Standard of
Salem were houseguests of -Mr. and
Mrs. Charles Carlson the past week.
Mrs. Frank Engelman returned
last Saturday from Hermiston
where she has been receiving treat
ments. She reports that she is quite
a bit improved
The P T.A. will hold an auction
on Nov. 17 at the school house. As
has been done in former years, the
patrons of the school donate a vari
ety "of articles to be auctioned that
evening. The proceeds will be used
to help finlance the hot lunches.
Mr. and Mrs. Lester Goodrich
were lone visitors last week-end
Goodrich's parents, Mr. and Mrs.
when they were guests of Mrs.
The November study meeting of
the Topic club will be held Satur
day at the home of Mrs. Roy Lind
strom on Saturday Nov. 11. Hos
tesses are Mesdames Lindstrom,
Ernest Lundell, Victor Rietmann
and Milton Morgan. The members
are reminded to bring the prizes
for MeCaw hospital patients.
NOTICE OF SALE Of COUNTY
BY VIRTUE OF AN ORDER OF
THE COUNTY COURT, dated. No
vember 9th, 1944, I am authorized
and directed to advertise and sell
at public auction at not less than
the minimum price herein set
All of Block 17, except the West
50 feet thereof, of Wills Addi
tion to the City of lone, Mor
row County, Oregon for the
minimum price of $25.00, cash.'
All of Block 3 lying South of
the South line of the NWy4 of
SEV4 of Section 27, Township 1
South of Range -25, E. W. M.
in the Town of Lexington, iVlor
1 row County, Oregon ior the mi
nimum price of $20.00, cash.
THEREFORE, I will on the 9th
day oi December, 1944, at the hour
of 10:00 A. M., at the front door
oi the Court House in Heppner
Oregon, sell said property to the
highest and best bidder.
JOHN H. FUITEN,
Sheriff, Morrow County, Oiegon
TO THE VOTERS AND TAX
PAYERS OF MORROW COUNTY
The writein of my name in the
May primaries to fill the unexpired
term of Honorable C. W. McNamer
for county commissioner was to
a vote of confidence.
In Tuesday's election your over
whelming expression of good will
and faith is hereby acknowledged
and appreciatively accepted. I do
so knowing well the time and ef
fort one must expend in fulfilling
your wishes. I trust I can merit
your further confidence.
J. G. BARRATT
Heppner Gazette Times, November 9, 1944 5
SUFFERS NERVOUS COLLAPSE Pendleton for treatment. He is
Chris Brown suffered a nervous better and hopes to return home
collapse the past week-end and was soon, according to Mrs. Brown who
taken to St. Anthony's hospital in has been with him most of the time.
FOR SALE Harry Jones ranch 12
miles from Heppner 2860 acres
reasonably priced to sell, owner
Stella Bailey, Padre Hotel, Bak
ersfield, Calif. 33tf
Go to the
Roy and Betty LSeuallen
DRIVE TO RITTER
Mr. and Mrs. D. E. Mitchell went
to Ritter Wednesday to spend a
few days at the springs where it
is hoped Mr. Mitchell's health will
be benefitted. During Mrs. Mitch
ell's absence, Mrs. F. W. Turner is
carrying on her school work.
These are busy times
especially so tor the one
who has to plan and pre
pare the meals for the
family for she too is do
ner share of war work.
It will be a boost to her's
and the family's morale to eat out occasionally
to enjoy one of our STEAK DINNERS, or an
oyster supper, or any one of the wide variety of
excellent meals to be found on our bill of fare.
Come any time . . . we're always prepared.
THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF PORTLAND announces x
Loan Service designed to cooperate with the "Servicemen's Read
justment Act of 1944" the "G.I. Bill" to make possible the purchase
of a home, farm or business by returning veterans of World War II.
The entire state-wide facilities of this Oregon bank are available
to veterans who wish to use bank credit under this plan ... a plan
whereby each veteran's individual problems will be given attention
and the right loans planned to suit his particular needs and ability
As soon as government regulations covering the
"C. I." Credit Program are issued, applications
will be accepted by any branch of this state-wide bank.
Regulations recently issued cover the home purchase plan.
Those pertaining to farm or business financing
are expected at an early date.
If you are in the service, just out, or have a relative in the armed
forces, ask at the nearest Branch of The First National Bank of
Portland about further details.
40 STATE-WIDE BRANCHES
'Merchants of Cfdlf In Oryon for over 79 yoar
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