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2 -Heppner Gazette Times, April 26, 1945
By MRS. MAJRY EDWABDS
Word was received here Monday
announcing the birth of an eight
Let ha Rippee, Supt Asst
J. O. Archer, Janitor Salv
Dr. A. D. McMurdo Physi
m, T cn ' a . ,, " " J-"' Susie W. Miller, Court Re
pound son to Mr. and Mrs. Law- ,
rpnf'n T. "RoarVi nf Rwinmnllci TTt
He has been named Lawrence eft Jo115011' J'a(ige, Genl
T r 1 HIT T-l 1 i Assist.
jjcui&kji'u.. rars. rjisie rseacn went
down to be with the family.
Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Jones of Rath
drum, Ida. are visiting at the W. E.
Mr. and Mrs. Art Hunt were Pen-
?1trn vicirtrc TVTwilov
nr j i , ' j i West Coast Printing and Bind-
Word has been received herfe . , , , .
that Mrs. Lou Broadley fell while
Margaret Gillis, Co Nurse
Shepard's Citations Dist Atty
John H. Fuiten, Sheriff
Hotel Heppner, Jail
Children's Farm Home, Juv.
ing Co., Justice Court
getting off a bus in Portland and , . J 6 .
rrr a or oniric QV.- VoyJ rrrrt Antm
. The gteck lerk
to have an operation on her eyes w ' . ' ,
Mrs. Iva Way arrived home Sat-
, t u Kilham Stationery and Print-
had been helping care for her J
West Coast Printing and Bind
ing Co., Assessor $11.25;
Supt. $51.15; 62.40
Lucy E. Rodgers, Supt '$15.04;
Mileoge $37.95' 52.99
Gazette Times, Offic Pub.
$53.40; Treas. $22.20; County
Court $25.00; Sher. 3.40; As
sessor $1.50; 105.50
A. Ste- Pac. Tel & Tel Co., Current
Irrigon News Notes
By BETH BUSSELL
Mr. and Mrs. Dewey West Jr.
and son Larry from Boardman were
visitos of Mr. and Mrs. E,
phens and family Sunday.
Mrs. Jean Benefeild, daughter of Lulu Hager, Emergency
Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Stephens was a State Department of Agri.,
Hermiston visitor Tuesday. District Sealer
Mrs. Nora Wilson was a guest Harry E. Munkers, Banks Dis.
of Mr. and Mrs. Stephens and fam- Control
ily at a birthday dinner in honor of Lawrence A. Palmer, Bangs
Mrs. Stephens. Disease Control
Mr. and Mrs. Marshall Markham. Frank Miles, Bangs Disease
and daughters, Delpha and Marlene ease Control
were Portland visitors for the Blanche Jones, Bangs Disease
week-end. .ease Control
Rev. Turner and family from Greenfield Grange No. 579,
Pasco were guests here over the Election Expense
week-end and Rev. Turner spoke State Indus. Accid. Comm. Sher.
at the Assembly of God. $4.63; Sher. Sal. $0.28; Sher
Mr. aud Mrs. James Tade and Dep. $0.56
family were Portland visitors Sun- First Nat'l Bk of Portland
day. Salaries, Wthholding Tax
Bob Dunton from Walla Walla Pac. Power & Light Co.
who is an announcer over KUJ, Courthouse
will speak Saturday April 28 at Bert Johnson, County Court
the Community church. Roy Neill, County Court
Rev. Johnson from Pendleton was J G Barratt, County Court
a speaker last Friday evening at Chas. B. Cox, Postmastr, Sher
the Community church and will Stamps & Envelopes
speak again May 4. Bert Johnson, Old Age Assis.
a $432.40; Aid to Dep Children
COUNTY REPORT FOR $48.00; Aid to Blind $11.40
MARCH, 1945 P. W. Mahoney, Dist. Atty.
Roy E. Ball
A. R. Fortner
A. J. Chaffe
E. S. Hunt
O. K. Rubber Welders
City of Heppner, Water Dept
Jackson Implement Co.
Mabel O. Peck
Hodge Chevrolet Co
Jack Allen Supply Co
Union Oil Company
Rosewall Motor Company
Shell Oil Company
Nelson Equipment Co
Columia Equipment Co
Pac. Power & Light Co.
State Industrial Accid comm
First Natl Bank of Portland
Heppner Lumber Co
Union Oil Co, Hermiston
WARRANTS DRAWN ON
Joseph Baltrenas, Rdnt Fund
Carl McDaniel Rodent fund
MRS VAN WINKLE nONORED
Mrs. Arnold Ebert was hostess
Tuesday evening to a buffet sup
per party honoring Mrs. Cecelia
Van Winkle who is leaving Satur
day to become demonstration agent
in Coos county. Guests were the
office force from the county agent's
ofice and included besides Mrs. Van
Winkle, Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Smith,
Florence Bergstrom, Harriet Hag
er, Rose Wright and Mr. Ebert.
Mrs. Anna Q. Thomson returned
Thursday from Portland where she
spent the past six weeks with her
daughter, Mrs. J. Edward Bennett.
Bad Gas Milage
A complete Motor Tune-Up will do won
ders for yor Car or Truck.
" Latest Modern Tune-Up Equipment
18 years experience
All work guaranteed
Station Hours 10 a. m. to 8 p. m.
Monday through Saturday
No charge for checking or estimates
NOW AT YOUR
The minutes for the February Bert Johnson, County Ct
term were read and approved. WARRANTS DRAWN ON
The Court acting upon the sug- GENERAL FUNDS
gestion of a Committee from the E. A. Kelly
Chamber of Commerce, appointed Chas. Williams
an Advisory Committee for the Frank Nixon
Countyy Hospital consisting of Geo. W.' Cunningham
N. Peck, Lexington, John Krebs Bill Harrison
Cecil, Mrs Minnie McFarland M. V. Nolan
Boardman, R. I. Thompson, Mrs. Harry Quackenbush
P. A. Molkihan, B. C. Pinckney and Walter Gilman
Frank E. Parker, Heppner. Austin Wilson
The order that Werner Rietmann Robert Tavlor
lone, and William J. Doherty, Lex- Harold Wilson
ington are hereby appointed super. Dean Gilman
visors of the Lexington Blow dis- H Sherer
trict. Robert Kelly
The Court authorizes the Shrine Robert S. Wilson
Club to sand the floor at the dance
pavilion and as compensation for
some, gives its permission to hold
at least four dances without rent.
The Court orders that the amount
of $12.50 heretofore paid to John
Lawrence out of the rodent fund of
the County be discontinued until
further order of this court.
The Court orders the following
Bang's disease claims paid: Law
rence A Palmer, $4.00; Blanche
Jones, $4.00; Frank Miles, $4.00;
and Harry Munkers, $4.00.
The Court orders the publication
and sale of the following county
All of Section 29 and the West
Half of Section 16 in Township
4, North, Range 26 E. W. M. for
the minimum price of $1.00 per
Lots 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9
16, 17 and 18, in Block 10 Mt.
Vernon's Addition to the City
of Heppner, Morrow County,
Oregon, for the minimum price
of $100, cash.
Lots 5, 6, 7, and 8, in Block 3
of Sperry's Addition to the City
of lone, Morrow County, Oregon
for the minimum price of $20.00,
WARRANTS DRAWN ON
Edna Hughes Dep Salary $ 108.50
P. A. Mollahan, Dep Sal ' 156.62
Florence Ely, Dep Sal 116.52
Marie Barlow Dep Sal 108.50
I Mfc Timber Land is J
I than ever Jp
4 H I
THERE MUST BE
A GOOD REASON
There is a reason
for everything and
the fact that we
serve the best
meal in town ac
counts for the ever
larity of this place.
If you are not a patron
now you soon will be
.DEAS about forests have changed in the last two
Most land formerly cleared by the forest industries
was destined for agricultural use .... Now the country
has an abundance of farm land and the process is being
reversed. Marginal acres which never should have
been turned to field crops are turning into TREE
Land which is unsuited to agriculture will produce
good trees .... and should be kept in continuous forest
production .... the most economic occupation for:
nearly a third of our total land area.
OUR harvested land is. busy growing new trees . .
we see to it that seedlings get a good start and protection
from fire and other natural enemies.
KINZUA PINE MILLS CO.