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About Heppner gazette-times. (Heppner, Or.) 1925-current | View Entire Issue (Oct. 17, 1946)
Week's News From
lone and Vicinity
By Mn. Echo Palmaterr
Rev. and Mrs. R. L. Casselman
gave a party Monday evening in
honor of their granddaughter Jan
ice's Hth birthday. Over 20 of her
Minds helpvd her celebrate the
The P. N. G. club of the Rebekahs
will meet at the home of Mrs. Ida
EsUb October 25. The Rebekahs
will serve a tea the afternoon of
QhS5 every ride 1
f a joyrider J
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It's wirA easier than falling off a
log! Just try Chevron Supreme in
your tank. It's tailored to your car
with the same skill that perfected
Standard's war-proved flying fuels.
New blending agents in Chevron Supreme give you fast
starts, smooth acceleration, pingless performance. If"! tha
finest motor fuel Standard ever produced you can back
on ei erv trio being a pleasure trip with Chevron Supremel
L E. (ED) DICK
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THERE IS NO SUCH THING AS
SOMETHING FOR NOTHING
The bill "To Create State Old Age and
Disability Pension Fund" is the Townsend
scheme! It promises to make everybody
prosperous. It takes money from one group
of citizens and gives it to another group.
That's "bootstrap -lifting". It never has
worked. It can't work.
LET'S UNDERSTAND 3 SIMPLE FACTS
Townsend "pensions" are not insurance; no
reserves are set up to guarantee payments.
O If a 3 tax on your CASH RECEIPTS does not
squeeze out sufficient tax cash to pay $100 a
month, there will be agitation to increase the
rate to 4, 5, 6 and 7. This Townsend scheme
takes savings from CI Joes and Janes, to give to
all over 60 whether needy or not.
Th.s is a tax on CROSS CASH RECEIPTS, with
no deductions for losses, cost of merchandise
sold or operating expense. "Net gain" or "profit"
is not the basis of the tax. (Only $100 of cash
receipts a month is tax freel)
U3TE IT DOWN!
No other state has three income taxes!
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Cost of Living in Oregon
O Apples: Accumulated 3 taxes, grower to con
sumer, 54c a box. Could Oregon apples be sold
in competition with Washington's? NO.
Lumber: Accumulated 3 taxes, logger to con
sumer, $5.18 a thousand board feet. Could Oregon
lumber be sold in other states? NO.
i Bread: Accumulated 3 taxes, wheatfield to
consumer, 2c on a 1-lb. loaf of bread, from 16c
Canned Peas. Accumulated 3 taxes, grower to
consumer, 19.71c a dozen cans. Would such
handicap to Oregon industry close up factories,
reduce employment? YES. ,
Don't VOTE Yourself Out of a JoftI
Cost of Dying in Oregon
0 Your widow will pay 3 on cash received front
your life insurance policies, either annuity or
lump sum payments.
Burial facilities will cost more.
Your children's interitances will be taxed 3
r :V.Ar!tanrii tnv.
Special bequests to friends, relatives, will be
reduced J .
No One Wins Under Townsendi$m...lt Is A Cruel Bill
Because It Raises False Hopesl
eol() 0dvrt,!Pment-CommittM Aooin.t New 3 , I worn To,
ruiu Flicdner Builclinj, Portland, Oregon.
Mr E A. McCornack, fooone, Chairman)
Woltor W R. May, Oregon City, Secretary.
election day November S at their'
Mrs. Diatha Alters who has been
staying at the home of her daughter
Mrs. James Lindsay for some time,
left Monday for her home in Port
land. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Denney and
Mrs. Agnes Wilcox of Portland are
visiting friends here. They also
came uj to do some hunting.
The lone football team met their
first defeat at Pilot Rock last Fri
day. The score was 12 to 7 in favor
of Pilot Rock. The second string
played Echo on Tuesday at Echo.
The district convention for the
Eastern Star was held Wednesday
night of last week. Mrs. Lorena
McNair, worthy grand matron, and
Edna Doherty, grand organist, were
present. Both are from Ashland.
Supper was served in the dining
room which was decorated in fall
Mrs. Vernon Brown is in the St.
Anthony's hospital at Pendleton
suffering from infection caused
irom a tooth.
The mobile x-ray unit will be in
lone, Monday, October 28, all day
at the schoolhouse from 9 a. m. to 5
p. m. Everyone is urged to have a
check each year.
Mr. and Mrs. Bert Mason are
leaving for Portland this week to
Mrs. Eugene Normoyle and baby
daughter have returned home from
The 4-H club girls met at the
home of Mrs. Victor Rietmann Sat
urday with five members present.
They practiced their d monstrations
which they will present at the P-T
A meeting October 23. Thi y will
also have their exhibits there, which
will be judged.
The Girls League of the lone
high school will serve a cafeteria
dinner Sunday. October 20, at the
schoolhouse, $1 for large plate, 75c
for smaller plate.
Mr. and Mrs. Johan Troedson
have purchased the Milton Morgan
house and will have it redecorated
Mrs. John Bacon who has been
visiting at the home of her sis
ter, Mrs. James Lindsay, for a
week, Jeft Monday for her home
in Balboa, Panama. Mrs. Bacon is
a government x-ray nurse.
The H. E. C. of Willows Grange
will meet at the home of Mrs.
Walter Corley Friday afternoon,
Mr. and Mrs. Paul O'Meara and
Mis. OMeara's mother, Mrs. Rieth,
ar? leaving this week lor Harring
ton, Wash. They will visit at the
home of Mrs. Rieth's son, Francis
Rieih. Mrs. Rieth celebrated her
ninptiith birthday Saturday. She
has lived in Morrow county since
1860, coming here from Missouri.
Mrs. Frank Engelman is visiting
relatives in South Bend. Wash.
The Missts Patricia Collins and
We are local representatives for the
t oj- datij-c
Silk or Wool Jersey Blouses
Wool Jersey Suits
NEW SWEATERS ARRIVING
Anderson k Wilson
Women s oApparel
Esther Rhodes of Baker were week
end guests at the E. J- Bristow
The regular meeting of the lone
P-T A will be held Wednesday,
OcU;ber 23, will be held Wednesday,
The Ameca club will meet Wed
nesday afternoon, Octobr 23, at the
home of Mrs. Walter Corley.
The Maranatha society met at the
Congregational church parlor Sat
urday afternoon, October 12, with
Mrs. Noel Dobyns as hostess. It
was decided to have a tea, food
sale and fancy work and apron
sale November 9 at 1M, the place
to be decided later.
A pot-luck dinner was held at
th? Congregational church Thurs
t't evening, October 10. After
the dinner the evening was spent
in singing and a talk by Rev. Alfred
Among those attending the Ore
gon State-Southern California foot
ball game in Portland Saturday
were Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Bristow,
Mr. and Mrs. Milton Morgan, Mr.
and Mrs. Raymond Lundcll, Elmer
hiffer, Donald Ball, Robert Drake,
Arthur Bergstrom, Lorraine Sher
man, Melba Crawford, Ted Peter
son, Mr. and Ms. Donald Heliker
and Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Morgan.
Mrs.Bernice Harris and children
have moved to Oregon City and
rented their house to Mr. and Mrs.
Algott LundtU who will move into
it soon. Mrs. Harris intends to at
tend a beauty school.
Heppner Gazette Times, October 17, 19463
P. H. Mollahan 8.00 Warrants Drama en Undent Furnl
H. Tamblyn 30 00 Leslie M. Scott, State Trvee. 1.400 00
Jack Slocum 210.13
Walter Gilman ...... 194.33
Harold Wilson 16133
Allen Johnston 183.53
William C. Heath 231.14
Connor's Auto Supply 2.62
Braden Tractor Si Equip
ment Co 743.66
Union Oil Company 12.48
Braden Tractor it Equip
ment Co ... 40.02
Jack Alkn Supply Co. ..... 47.30
kShell Oil Company 50.96
First National Bank of
Portland - 198.70
State Industrial Accident
Rosewall Motor Company
Warrants Drawn on Hospital Fund
The assessed property val
uation behind each Oregon
school child varies from
$2,122,900 a child in one
district to $4M in another.
This inequality exists be
cause school funds are raised
almost entirely by the dis
trict. Give every Oregon
child a chance to have t
good education by putting
Oregon schools on a sound
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ALL the VITAMINS for all the family
at just a FEW PENNIES a DAY
One Ambci and One 61a:k Capsule
supply the VITAMIN EQUIVALENT
ol these Fjods J if
414 PINTS MILK
U S. P. Unlti).
MHHMil 111.1- wiftET'1
2', irjs. BUTTER fr.
IN VITAMIN 1 1
IlPltnomlni tlvt 1000 f
U.S. P. Unlli).
IN VITAMIN li
(Planonlni flt tOOO ti
U. S. P. Unltil.
IV) LBS. BEEFSTEAK T
IN VITAMIN K.
(Pl.nomlnl lvt 1000
2 on. ORANGE JUICE
(Planamlnl livt 600
U. S. P. Unlit).
PLENAMINS also contain NIACINAMIDE,
CALCIUM PANTOTHENATE, Vitamin Bs,
Viiamin E dIuj LIVER and IRON.
It is better to be Vitamin Safe
than Deficiency Sorry
YOU can nevct be sure you are
gctiing enough essential vitamins
unless you supplement your diet
with known quantities of vita
mins. So, guard against vitamin
deficiency! Start the wise Plena-
mins habit in yout family today
Humphreys Drug Co.
COUNTY COURT PROCEEDINGS
for September, 1946
The minutes of the August term
were read and approved.
Harry Tamblyn tnders his res
ignalion as County Surveyor and
the Court accepted same as of Sep
tembcr 4, 1946.
The court orders that beginning
September 1, 1946 the mileage paid
cars used in county service be
cents per mile.
The court orders that the amount
of $1400.00 be matched with a like
amount of State money for the con
trol of predatory animals in Mor
The court agrees to deed right of
way on the Hardman hill section of
he Heppncr-Spray Road to the
State of Oregon.
Court orders Bangs' disease pay
ment of $4.00 to Fred Pettyjohn and
$72 00 to Cleve H. Van Schoiack.
Effective July 1, 1946, the Court
oders bounties paid as follows:
For each wild cat, bob cat and
lynx, the sum of $2.00.
For each coyote or coyote pup,
uV sum of $3.00.
For each gray wolf, black wolf,
gray wolf pup, black wolf pup, the
sum of $2.50.
For each timber wolf or timber
volf pup, the sum of $2.50.
For each mountain lion, pantner
or couear, the sum of $10.00.
Warrants Drawn on General Fund
Edna Hughes, Deputy Clk. $ 132.30
Frances Mitchel, Dep. Sher. 147.79
Adell Forster, Office Clk... 115.70
Olive B. Hughes, Dep. As. 140.00
Sadie Parrish, Supt. Asst 64.20
Tilman Hogue, Janitor 119.30
Dr. A. D. McMurdo, Phys. 25.00
Susie W. Miller, Court Re
porter - 33.33
Margaret Gillis, County
Pac. Stationery & Printing
Company, Clerk ;
West Coast Printing &
Binding Co., Ckrk
?!nrb's S'nticnery, Supt
t.ucy E. Rodgcrs, Supt
Supt. mileage . 32.40
C. J. D. Bauman, Tax Col-
P. W. Mahuney, Dist. Atty.
For well Motor Co., Court
I'mn , -
L. W. Brifjjs, Treasurer
Fac. Tel. & Tel. Co., Cur
rent Expense 48.30
Lulu Hager, Emergency
Ttatc Dept. of Agriculture
'"hildr n's Farm Home, Ju
hi p..c". Hdwe. & Electric
Ii: pner GrretU Times, of-
tirjii'.l publications 31.10
Cleve H. Van Schoiack,
Bangs' Disease 72.00
..u I'etlyjohn, E.'.ngs' Dis-
First Nat. Bank of Portland,
Unhholding tax 188.40
: late rid. Acciaent t-om.,
fcnerilf Salary ,
L. E. NoiU, County Court
J. G. Barratt, County Ct.
Bert Johnson, County Court
Ec t Johnson, General As-
National Association of
County Ofiicials. Adver
Warrants Drawn on Road Sinking
Austin Wilson 16018
Hubert Wilson 159.87
Robert Taylor 127 72
Ficd Hooker 127-84
William French - 37.45
Garv Galenbeck 67.41
Ii. Shcror 249.73
Lyl. Mulkey 203.54
Gene Mulkey H5.50
Howard Gollvhorn 12 98
Waire-n McCoy 25.96
A. J. Chaffee 167.77
JVJICll RELIEF FROM
& ,,.-'.jui? of Distress Arising from
duto EXCESS ACID
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Hm KAItat SftOAl . . . Iaulnr traded
1947 Kaiser and Frazer Win
Overwhelming Public Approval !
Thert coming off the line! Both the Kaiser
SPECIAL and the Frazer are now in pro
duction at Willow Run. The most modern
and complete automobile manufacturing plant
under one roof in all the world, Willow Run
will toon be in volume production on both of
these new 1947 motor can.
Never in automobile history has there been a
popular demonstration of enthusiasm equal
to that which is greeting the first public show
ings of the Kaiser special and the Frazer!
Their advanced engineering, smart styling and
striking beauty have created a truly nationwide
In the near future in fact, surprisingly
soon you will be able to see these sensational
new motor cars in our display rooms here.
Watch for our newspaper announcements of the
Meantime, our service department will help
you keep your present car in the best of condi
tion. And when you get your new 1947 Kaiser
special or Frazer, we'll be ready with factory
approved parts, accessories and service.
Heppner Motor Company
307 North Main
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ORANGERS SHAPE THE PATTERN
of OREGON'S DEVELOPMENT
rmf I KhUvtments that
bwt Midi Ongon a better
iMi hi whkh to Hvi:
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Livestock Is big business bi OrtgoA
and Grangers have l big stake in the industry.
According to the bureau of agricultural economic!,
Washington, D. C, gross farm returns In Oregon from
livestock and livestock products for the year 19-15 totaled
$136,431,000. This is real wealth, created by farmers,
spent in the channels of Oregon trade, benefiting
progressive citizens who, like Grangers, take pride la
building a great commonwealth.
Thirty thousand alert, forward-looking farmers are
members of the Oregon State Grange. They are directed
by these common motives better living and working
conditions; a very real desire to continue shaping the
pattern of Oregon's development for the good of all.
OREGON STATE GRANGE
113S S.t. SALMON STRUT
PORTLAND 14, OREGON
Yf ARS OF IRVICtTO
OREGON FA II Mill