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FOR SALE Billy goat buck. See
Dr. A, D. McMurdo. 32c
FOR SALE-Wood circulating heat
er. A. V. Wright. 32-33p
FORSALE Seed rye. A. V. Wright.
ESTRAY Picked up at my place
one bay saddle horse about fifteen
(15) years of age, 1 stocking foot
right back, heart brand on right
front shoulder, white spot in fore
head, diamond shaped. Owner
may have same by paying feed
and advertising costs. E. D. Bea
vi r, Boardman, Ore. 32-34
FOR SALE IN HEPPNER Fine 6
room two-story house on large
lot; concrete basement, automat
ic coal furnace, electric hot water;
hardwood floors throughout
downstairs; inlaid linoleum in kit
chen; newly redecorated inside
and out; good garage. Turner,
Van arter Sc Co. 32tf
plaintiff! compUInt filed against you
wic auove emiiiea court and caun
Oun four wek from th date of lli
(list iiutilii utlun uf tliiM suiuni'iiifl UDun
you and If you fall to o appear or
aiiawer. lur want uiereor. pia
will apply to the above eiilltlnl court
FOR SALE 8-room house; 2 1-2
acres of land, chicken house. 0.
H. Steinke, Box 554, Heppner. 32p
FOR SALE 16-acre creek farm 9
miles from Heppner; 6-room
house, barn and outbuildings. In
cluded in sale: Fordson tractor &
mower; good milk cow & chick
ens; cream separator; 7 tons of
hay in barn; 75 fence pods. Price
$3000.00. Turner, Van Marter 4
Don't send out of town for any
thing until you first try Rosewall
HEPPNER LIVESTOCK & MEAT
Co. now prepared to handle all
your slaughtering needs at our
temporary plant 1 mile east of
Heppner. Phone 16F2. 32c
TOP PRICES paid for all sizes fat
and feeder hogs. Bill Barrett.
Phone 1GF2. 32c
OPPORTUNITY of lifetime supply
ing DDT and other profitable
products to farmers in Morrow
county. No experience or capital
required. Must have auto and
good reference. Permanent Write
or wire McNESS COMPANY,
Dept. D, 2423 Magnolia St., Oak
land 7, Calif. 32 & 34p
for tlie rsllff prayed for In their com
or a di-ree QUietniK title to th
following d'HTlbt-d r-ul orobertv in
orrow County. OreKon, to-wit:
UU 1. J, 3, 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. y. 10. 11.
and 12 In Blork 32 In the town of
IrrlKon. Morrow County. Ori'tun.
and plalntlffH be adjudged the own
em In fee aimple of ttuld real property
j mai you anu an neraoiis clulinlnif
by. through or under you be forever
rreo ol ana rrom i ritfhl. line, ea-
Uite. Hen or Intercut In or to said real
property and thut whatever intereHt
you muy claim therein be null and
void, and for nuch other and further
relief &a may be equitable.
This auinmonu la aerved ubon vou
by publication thereof once a week
r lour HucceHmve weeks in the Hepp
ner (Jazette Tunes, a newspaper pub
lished In Morrow County. Oregon, pur
suant to an order or Hon. italpn s.
Hamilton, JudKe of the above entitled
ourt, which order is dated October
ir. 1946. and rne date of the first pub
publication of this summons is October
JOS. J. NYU,
Attorney fur Plaintiffs.
Post office and residence. Heppner,
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
STATK OK OKKGON FOR THE
COUNTY OF MORROW.
JAMKS H. PECK. Plaintiff, vs. MIT-
Z1E B. PKCK. Defendant.
To Mltzle B. Peck, Defendant:
IN THE NAME OF THE STATE OF
OREGON : You are hereby required to
appear arid answer llie complaint llieu
against you In the above entitled court
and cause willuu lour weeks from lite
date of the flist publication of tht
4ummons. and if you fall to so appear
and answer, for want thereof, llie
plaintiff will apply to the said Court
for relief as oraved for In plalntllf's
complaint, to-wit: for a Decree of this
Lourl dissolving llie bonus Ol matri
mony now existing betwu.n plaintilf
and defendant and grunting to plain
tiff an absolute di-cree ol divorce;
and for a further decree e. warding to
the plaintiff absolute ownership in the
liHl Chevrolet auiomornie now owneu
by plaintiff and defendant.
lhis summons is servcu upon you
iy publication thereof ror a period
1 four consecutive weeks in. the
Heppner Gazette Times by order of
the Honorable Bert Johnson. Judge of
the County Court of the Mate of Ore-
on. for the County of Marrow, which
said order was made and entered on
the Kith day of October, 11146, and first
date of publication of tins summons
the 24th day of October, 1946.
J. O. TURNER.
Attorney for Plaintiff.
Postofflce Address, Heppner, Oregon.
FOR RENT 2 sleeping rooms by
the day, week or month. Rates
reasonable. Ann McNamee. 101
Chase St. 32c
NOTICE OF ESTRAY Came to
my place Sept. 25, 1946, one year
ling Hereford bull. No visible
brand, no ear mark. Owner may
have same by properly identify
ing animal and paying advertis
ing and feed costs. O. W. Cuts
forth, Lexington, Ore. 31-33c
FOR SALE New, modern, 2 bed
room size house with full base-
- ment, 2-car garage; furnace, el
cctric water heater and electric
stove. Glenn Parsons. 31-32p
I ADVISE the parties, some of
whom are known to me, that got
posts from my camp at Rock
Springs unbeknown to me last
winter to make arrangiments for
payment or they are going to get
into trouble. C. W. Phegley, Box
91. Spray, Ore. 31-34c
FOR SALE John Deere model D
tractor on rubber two and V4 mos
old; 3 28-in. disc plows; new
melon rolling cover crop disc,
ft., slightly used, $2750 cash for
complete outfit. Will not sell sep
arately. Charles R. Willbanks,
Route 2s Box 91, Oregon City,
FOR SALE 2 new glass doors 2'8'
x6 8". O. M. Yeag( r, 415 Jones St.
FOR RENT Sleeping room with
privilege of bath. O. M. Yeager,
415 Jones St.
FOR SALE Interlocking pumice
building blocks. B. & B. Mortar-
less Block Co., Phone 1551, Pen
dleton, Ore., Box 262, 30-33p.
WANTED Linoleum laying, paper
hanging, kemtoning. E. L Aid
rich, lone. 30-33p
WANTED TO BUY Modern house In
Heppner. Terms cash. Inquire at
Gazette Times office. 29tf
FOR SALE Good house, In A
shape, nice yard, double garage,
tore room and woodshed, garden
spot. Address Box 496. Heppner or
Inquire Gazette Times office. 3933c
I suffered for years and am so
thankful that I am free from pain
and able to do my work that I will
gladly answer anyane writing me
for Information' Mrs. Anna Pautz,
P.0.Box 825, Vancouver, Wash
Pd. Adv.-NUE-OVO Laboratories
OTICB TO C&EDITOmS
Notice Is hereby given that the un-
h-r.-igiH-d has been duly apetinted by
l'e County Court of borrow County
.Slate of Oregon. Admimntrati Ix of the
r..,i.iie ol Aloert 11. ltea. decca.-ted. anil
all persons having claims against the
.-taid estate of said deceased are here
oy r quired to present the same with
proper vouchers duly verified as re
quired by law to the Saul Ailnilma-
llatux at the law office of P W Ma-
lioney. al Heppner. Oregon, within
lix months from the date hereof.
Dated and first imbhahed this 24tli
day of October, Ul4h.
MARY M. WOOD.
Attorney for Administratrix,
1- W. MA HONE I ,
Heppner. Oregon. 31-35.
BOTICE OF RULE OP SEAL
LV THE COUNTY COURT OF THE
In the Matter of the Guardianship of
the estate of Alllia irkin, an Jn
NOTICE IS HKRKBY GIVEN that
from and ttftftr the 22ml day of No
vt'inhr, 1916, at the law office of
Liwia & Weils, Title Insurance Bui!d
ini', l'endleton. Umatilla Couniv. Ore-
the undersigned, a guardian of
me e:ii;ae 01 Aiiha iarKin, an in: ane
person, wil proceed to ell at private
Hale, all the riht. title and Inti-rent
of the said ward in and to the follow
ing described real property, to-wit:
An uwjivmea one-mxtn u-j in
terest in and to the Southwest
Quarter of Section 22 in TowiiHhip
One (1) North, Range 25 East of
Willamette Meridian; and,
An undivided one-sixth interest In
and to Id Five (5) Block Eighteen
(IS) in the original Town of Lex
Eaid real property will be aod in
m parcel, delivery of title being by
Dated tins 14th aav or urioner, ivto.
M. A. LEACH Guardian.
LEWIS & WELLS, Attorney for
Guardian. Title Insurance BuiM
tnu' IVndlfton. Orf'tron. 30-34.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
STATE OF OREGON OK THE
COUNTY OF MORROW.
JartcHon Implement Company ,a cor
her huHbanu .the unknown heirs of
Lois A. Young, deceased ; Burton
White and June Doe White, hi
wife; Myrtle White Blomant and
Lew if H. Blomaiil, her husband; Ef
fie White Hazelwood and Richard
Hazel wood, her husband .the un
known heirs of Efhe White Hazel
wood, d eased; Vernon Hazel wood
and Jane Doe Hazelwood. his wile
Michael B. Ward and June Doe
Ward. hiH wife ,tlie unknown heirs
nf M rhaei H. v, ard. deceased : u.
Hexter. L. Mav A Sol Bluniaer, do
ing business under the firm and
style ol liexier, May at company; i.
Hexter and Jane Doe Hexter, his
wife, the unknown heirs of L, Hex
ter. deceased; L. May and Jane
Doe May his wife, the unkm-wn
heirs of L. May .deceased; S.l Blu
maer and Jane Due Rlumaer, his
wife, tlie unkiKwn lieirs of Sol Blu
rnaer, deceajied; no all other per
sons nr pai'tics unknown claiming
any right, title .estate .lien or in
terest in the real estate described
To: Lois A .Yminrf and John Doe
Young, her hubn.ni, the unKnow n
heirs of 1aIs A. Yung. deceased ;
Myrile While Bkmiant and Lewis B.
Blomant .her hu; band. Effie White
Hazelwood and Richard Hazelwood.
her husband .the unknown heirs of
Effie White Hazelwood. deceased ;
Vernon Hazelwood and Jane D"e
Hazelwood. his wife. Michael B
Ward and Jane Doe Ward, his wile,
the unknown heirs of Michael R.
Ward, deceased; L. Hester and Jane
Doe Hexter. his wile; L. May ami
J;ne Due Mav. his wife: Sol Blu
niaer and Jane Die Blumaer. his
wife, the mkni)wn heirs of L. May,
deceased, the unknown heirs of L.
Hexter, deceased, the unknown heirs
of Sol Blumaer, deecspd. also an
other persons or parties unknown
claiming any ngni. tine, esuue ,rn
or interest in the real estate describ
ed herein. DEFENDANTS.
IN THE NAME OF THE STATE OF
OREGON: Ynu are herehy required to
appear and answer the Complaint fil-
Mir.'iinst vou l l ie auove enmit'u
Court and cause within 4 weeks from
date of the first publication ol tins
Summons and II Vou lail to anuear ana
answer, for want thereof, tlie plaintiff
will apply to the Court lor reiiei as
prayed for in the said Complaint, to
wit For a Decree thut the Plaintiff
s the owner In tee simple oi me loi-
lowlng described real property situ
ated in Morrow County, State uf Ore
The West 25 feet running across
the Lot North and South in Lot 6:
. The South 2tl feet of Lot 2 and the
North 40 lent or i.ot a; me r.asi
half of the East half of Lots 6 and
7; Lot 9; All in Block 10 in the
Town of Lexington. Morrow Coun
ty, State of Oregon.
a tiH thnt the nlalnttff is the owner
In fee simple uf the said land, iree
from any right .title, estate, lien or
Interest of yuu ana or eacn oi you, ami
that you. or any of you. nave no ngni,
tit to. estate, iie or nm-n-m in un
said land, or any part thereof, and
perpetually restrain and enjoin you.
and each of you. your heirs and as
signs, from asserting or claiming any
right title, estate .nen or imcreni. m
the said land, or any part thereof, ad
verse to the plaintiff.
This Summons is scrveu upim y
by publication thereof for 4 consecu
tive weeks In the Heppner Gazette
Times by order of the Honorable Bert
Johnson .Judge of the County Court
of Morrow County, State of Oregon,
which said Order was made and en
tered on the 1Mb day of October, l!4)i.
and the first dute of this publication
is October 24, 1W6.
P. W. MAHONEY.
Attorney for the Plaintiff.
Postofflce Address, Heppner, Oregon.
NOTICE OF SALE OF COUNTY
BY VIRTUE OF AN ORDER OF
THE COUNTY COURT, dated Octo
ber 8, 1946. I am authorized and dU
rected to advertise and sell at pub
lic auction at not less than the min
imum price herein set forth:
Lot 6 in Block 2. Ayers' Second
Addition to the City of Heppner
for the minimum price of $25.00,
THEREFORE, I wil on the 9th
day of November, 1946 at the hour
of 10:00 a, m., at the front door of
the Court House in Heppner. Ore
gon, sell said property to the high
est and best bidder.
C. J. D. BAUMAN,
Sheriff, Morrow County. Oregon
By FRANCES MITCHELL
. October 27. They beat us by 7 In
rill PrHFCllheir attendance and by 5 in the
I LJ Km 1 1 : number of bible present. Our al
ter) dance was very good but we
ST. PATRICK'S CHURCH
Rev. Francis McCormack, Pastor
Schedule of servicts:
Heppner: Mass at 9 a m. on first
and third Sundays; 10:30 on the
second and fourth Sundays.
lone: Mass at 10:30 on the first
and third Sundays; 9 a.m. on the
second and fourth Sundays.
On the fifth Sunday of the month
une mass in Heppner at 9 a.m.
Holy Days of Obligation: Mass
in Heppner at 7:30; lone at 9.
First Fridays of the month: Mass
in Heppner at 7:30 a.m.
J. Palmer Sorlien, Pastor
Morning worship and sermon, 11 a.
Sunday church school, 9:45 a. m.
Thursday mid-week devotions,
8 p. m.
W. S. C. S. meets the first Wed
nesday of the month.
CHURCH OF CHRIST
Bible school, 9:45, C. W. Barlow,
superintendent, Mrs. Joe Jewett,
junior superintendent, Mrs. Robert
Walker, primary superintendent.
We began a contest with the Ath
ena Church of Christ last Sunday,
NOTICE OK ESTRAY Came to my
pla;e about Feb. 1. 1946. the follow
ing described stock: One Durham
and Hereford cow; one muley Jer
sey and Guernsey cow, and one de
horned Guernsey cow. No visible
brands on these animals and all are
old cows. Owner or owners may
have same by properly claiming and
paying feeding and advertising
charges. A. E. Stefani, lone, Oregon.
want others to be with us to study
Morning worship, 11; communion
and pr aching, special boy's service
this Sunday morning. Boys will
usher and serve at the Lord's table.
Special sermon for boys, "There Is
a Lad in the Midst." All boys of
the community are invited to this
Adult Christian Endeavor, 6:30,
Mrs. Joe Jewett, Itader. Topic, Us
ing God's Word Effectively in per
sonal evangelism. Also a sound mo
tion picture by same title.
Evening evangelistic service, 7:30
p.m. Sermon topic, "The Most Beau
tiful Word (Mtssage) in the World'
Bible study and prayer meeting
Thursday evening at 8.
Choir practice Thursday evening
at 7., Mr. Everett Smith, director.
Next Friday, Nov. 8, a group of
the young people of the Heppner
Church of Christ will go to Miiton
for the annual convention of the
CHINESE NEED HFXP
Heppner Gazette Times, October 3 1 , 19465
Ihind-the thousands of children I(WXU. JONES HONOKKH
I had seen, homeless, hungry and ne- j
Amm th ei-
- . . . - . f Rut nnw Kaz-lr Hrjm I' Oct
China Children Fund, Inc, la " r" , ... .ul.,.., .., m..n m tU .,-ld
auii aee uiem. i tan ue tim-
permanent welfare organization
working to bring relief to the liter
ally million! of starving Chinese
children. It i not war relief ag
ency and any contribution! made
for that purpose should be made
to China's Children's Fund, Inc
Mrs. R. B. Rice is in receipt of a
letter from J. Calvitt Clarke, exe
cutive director of the fund, who
recently returned to this country
from a visit to China. While there
he had to refuse aid to a Chinese
woman who conducts an orphan
age. There were no more funds to
help this good soul who was hous
ing 300 orphans.
"When I left China to fly back
to America," he writes, "I tried not
to think of what I was leaving be-
Columbia Christian Endeavor un
ion. At least two carloads will be
Contest standings: Athena Church
of Christ 554, Heppner Church of
drtn on the playgrounds and in the , of journdU.Mii on the Imversiiy ot
workshops and school rooms of our Or .n cinipus wiio w re cluwn
China's Children Fund orphanages ! liiis wck for mrmlwrsliip in the
normal children with youth and c.impus ch.irifpr of Stm Drlta Chi,
happiness in their eyes. But I wish I mon s nati.wiil profesMim.il journ
I did not also see those uncared ; alism fraternity, was Doiwld Jones,
for children, whose eyes are old son of Mr. :ind Mrs. Alva W. Jonca,
and sick with pain and hopeless
ness." Mrs. Rice will gladly accept your
Mr. and Mrs. Guy Huston left
Tuesday morning for Yacolt, Wash.,
where they have bought a small
acreage and will make their home.
Their marriage was an event of
October 10 at Lewiston, Idaho.
Heppner. Mr. Joms, a senior in
business administration, is the pho
tographer for the Emerald, daily
H. D. DoppImar of Portland was
a Heppner busini ss visitor the fora
part uf the week. He owns the for
mer Joe Eskclson farm in the Lx
inf,ton district and had matters to
attend to at the court house.
NOTICE OF FINAL ACCOUNT
Notice is hereby given that the un
dersigned executor of the estate of F.
D. Cox, deceased, has filed with the
County Court of the State of Oregon
for Morrow County. Ills final account
of his administration of the estate of
said deceased, and said court has fix
ed Tuesday the 12th day of Novem
ber 1946, at the hour of 10:00 o'clock
in the forenoon of said day at the
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
NOTICE is hereby given that the
undersigned has been duly appointed
administrator of the estate of Lucas
Kilgore. deceased, by the County
Court of the State of Oregon for tlie
County of Morrow, and has accepted
such trust. All persons having claims
against said estate are required to
present the same to said administra
tor at his office in Heppner. Oregon,
within six months from the date of
Dated and first published this -3rd
day of October 1946.
J. O. TURNER,
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Notice is hereby given that the
undersigned was duly appointed
by the County Court of the State
of Oregon for Morrow County ex
ecutrix of the estate of Stena
Schletvoitht. deceased, and all
Court House at Heppner, Oregon as persons having claims against tne
the time and place fur hearing objec- estate of said deceased are henby
lions to said final account and tne reqUired to present the same wnn
proper voucners to saia execuuix
at the law othce ot Jos, J. nys,
settlement of said estate, and all per
sons having objections thereto arc
hereby required to file same with said
court on or before the time fixed for
Dated and first published this 10th
day of October 1946.
J9-S2 DEE COX, Jr.. Executor.
at Hcunner. Oregon, within six
months from the date hereof.
Dated and first published this
3rd day of October, 1946.
jyL. , From where I sit ... &y Joe Marsh
Thousand Miles Apart
Ever play chcsB? It's a great
game! One of the strongest friend
ships I know of started with a game
of chess between Dad Hoskins, in
our town, and a man named Dalton
Barnes, in England.
They've never seen each other,
never met. But for the past eight
years they've been r'.i; chess
by mail together Dad puzzling
over Dalton 's latest letter, while he
sends a' chart of his next move to
Dad always thinks best with a
mellow glass of beer beside his
chessboard. And the Englishman
writes him that he does the same.
"Vou know, it's almost as if we
shared a glass of beer together,
too!" says Dad contentedly.
From where I sit, you can talk
about diplomacy and foreign pol
icy, but it's often those little things
like a game of chess or a glass
of beer that can make for toler
ance and understanding . . . be
tween people of all nations . . . be
tween neighbors here at home I
Copyright, 1946, United Stale Brewers Foundation
IN TUB CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
STATK Or OREGON rOK MUU
IRWIN 1'IEKHON and CORRINE
HEUiSUi, hla wife, t'laintllts,
Morrow . ounty, a Public corporation,
li urrouifhs and Jane Doe Bur-
, his wife, whose true name is
. . .... in nluliitlffs. Klhn M. Wal
u,t and John Doo Walpolo, her
husband, wliosa true name is un
known lo plalntlffH, Alex l'arker and
Mary l'arker, Ills wile, aim mar
l'arker Mount mid John Doe biouui,
her husband, whose true name Is un
known to pnlntlffs, and all llie un
known heirs of Elba M. Walpole, If
deceased, all the unknown heirs of
Alex 1'aiker, it deceased, and all the
unknown heirs of Mary l'arker
lllounl, If deceased. Also all other
uorsons nr parties unknown claiming
any right, title, estate, lien or Inter
est In the real estate described In
the complaint herein, Defendants.
To D. H. Burroughs and Jane Doe
Burroughs, hla wifo, Etna M. Wal
pole and John Doe Walpole, hor
husband, Alex l'arker and Mary Par
ker, his wife, and Mary Parker
Hlount ami John I Blount, her
husband, the unknown heirs of v.
H. Burroughs, the unknown heirs of
Elba M. Walpole, tin unknown helm
of Alex ParVor and the unknown
heirs of Mary Parker Blount, if any
are deceased; also all other persons
or parties unknown claiming any
right, title, estate, lien or Interest in
tin. real oslate described in the com
plaint heroin, the above named de
fendants: iv Titm NaMHI OF TlllO STATE
OF OUBtlON, you and each of you are
lisrtby required to appear and answer
Wanted! Men And
Women Who Are
Hard Of Hearing
To make tills simple, no risk hearing
test wilh Otirino drops used with sim
ple syringe. If you are deafened, both
ered by ringing, huralng head noises
duo lo hardened or coagulated wax
icerumen). try our Online Hume Me
thod test that so many say has enabl
ed them lo henr well again. You must
hear better after making tills simple
tost or you get your money hack at
once. Ask about Ourlne Ear Drops to
Humphreys Drug Company
39 8W Dorion Avenue
On Our Floor
FROZEN FOOD COPARTMENT
. One General Electric
One Kelvinator Electric
Deliveries show a slight improvement.
If you want any of these items or oth
ers we have in stock or handle, come
in and make your wants known.
Heppner Hardware &
New Bus Schedule - Gray Rock Lines
Effective Nov. 4, 1946
FOSSIL BUS SCHEDULE
Lv. Fossil ..J0:30 A.M.
Lv. Mayville 10:42 AM.
Ar. Condon ..11:10 AM.
Lv. Condon ....11:25 A.M.
Lv. Olex 12:10 P.M.
Ar. Arlington 12:30 P. M.
Lv. Arlington 12:45 P.M.
Ar. The Dalles 2:10 PJW.
Ar. Fossil 7:00 P.M.
Ar. Mayville :4 P.M.
Lv. Condon . :20 P. M,
Ar. Condon :05 P.M.
Lt. Olex 5:15 P.M.
Lv. Arlington 4:55 P.M.
Ar. Arlington 4:35 P.M.
Lv. The Dalle, 3:10 P.M.
Lv. Kinzua 7:45 AJW, Ar. 7:40 AM. (On Call)
Lv. Heppner 10:30 A.M.
Lv. Lexington 10:45 AM.
Lv. lone 11:00 A.M.
Ar. Arlington 12:25 P.M.
Lv. Arlington 12:45 P.M.
Ar. The Dalles 2:10 P.M.
Ar. Heppner 6:45 P.M.
Lv. Lexington (:30 P.M.
Lv. lone 1:15 P.M.
Lv. Arlington 4:50 P.M.
Ar. Arlington 4:35 P.M.
Lv. Tha Dalles 3:15 P.M.
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SATURDAY, NOV. 2
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in Silk Jersey and Woo Jersey
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