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KOR SALE-6 room house; 2
bathrooms, hot water heat; 3
lots. May easily and inexpen
sively be converted into two
apartments. Phone 932. 13tfc
Let our paint department restore
that show room complexion
with a new paint job. Rose
wall Motor Company.
LOST Wedding ring. Plain gold
with silver engraving on top.
Please leave at Gazette Times
office. Mrs. Neal Owen. l.'ip
APRICOTS will be ready at my
orchard about June 20. 5c per
pound; bring container. You
pick. J. O. Swearingen, Irri
gon, Ore. 1.3c
Hydraulic jacks $7.95.
FOR SALE Eureka vacuum
sweeper with attachments, all
In good condition, $25. Phone
Ford fertilizer in 10 and 50 pound
bags. Rosewall Motor Com
pany. FOR SALE-S.000 to 10,000 No.
1 smooth ace red brick; also
some fire brick; 225-lb. piece
of angle iron 4x6x5811 feet
3 inches long. E. M. Baker,
For more enjoyable motoring
we have spot lamps, fog
lamps, chrome rear view mir
rors, seat covers, hydraulic
bumper jacks, and electric air
horns. Rosewall Motor Co.
Ph. 35F22, lone, Ore. 13p
FOR SALE 31 International
combine, with bulker and few
extras. II. E. Yarnell, lone,
There is no place like home for
Ford service. Rosewall Motor
In Stock for Immediate Delivery:
Bottled Gas Ranges Combin
ation and Straight Full Size;
Farm Freezers, All Sizes
$219.00 and up;
Pumps, Deep & Shallow Well,
Gas or Electric prices start
$77.00 Piie and Fittings Av-.
ailable with Pumps)
12 HP, 110-220 V, Heavy Dutv
Motors $11.95 (112 HP to 3 HP
in Stock). L. A. MOORE, Fur
nisher of Homes, Hermiston,
Qregon, Phone 2121. 1310c
Let us balance your wheels el
ectronically. Rosewall Motor
Is your truck ready to go in to
the harvest field? Let us con
dition it for you before the
busy rush starts. Rosewall
RELIABLE MAN with car want
ed to call on farmers in Mor
row county. Wonderful op
portunity. $10 to $20 in a day.
No experience or capital re
quired. Write today. McNESS
COMPANY, Dept. B, 2123 Mag
nolia St., Oakland 7, Calif. 13 1 1n
Start your vacation with Fire
stone Deluxe Champion tin's
safety proved on the speedway
for your protection on the
highway. Rosewall Motor Co.
FOR SALEN ewTl ampshire fry
Avoid Annoyance And Discomfort
due to a clogged septic tank or cesspool.
I have purchased a tank pump and am in
position to give prompt, efficient service.
of Livestock; Farm
will be held
Bring in your livestock
This is one of the
rs are on hand
HEPPNER SALES YARD
HAROLD ERW1N, Operator
JOHN VARNER, Auctioneer HARRY DINGES, Cler
ers. Call 3F3, Heppner. Chris
Brown. 14 -15c
Roll in to a Firestone zipper
sleeping bag when you go to
the mountains camping. Rose
wall Motor Company.
FORSALE CTnlTjersey milk
cow, milking now. Mis. Lena
Ray, lone. 1213c
FOR-SALE 1 935 Dodge 2-door
sedan; good motor, body and
tires. 192S Chev sedan good
condition. E. P. Day, lone, Ore.
WANTED Wheat cutting. Have
16-foot International. Eldon
Padberg, Lexington, Ore. 12-14
FOR SALERubbcr tire-and
wheel for front No. 51 Inter
national combine. Practically
new. Arthur Hunt, Lexington.
UTAH WOOLEN MILLS "Jack
Frost" salesman. Ernest Ghor
mley, salesman, 516 Main St.,
Hermiston, Ore., will call soon.
SPINET PIANOS The Baldwin
Aerosonic, Lester Betsy Ross,
Wurlitzer. See and hear them
at the PENDLETON MUSIC
HOUSE. Pendleton, Ore. 10-14c
MAGNA VOX Radio-I'huuograpli
10 models to choose from.
See and hear them at the
PENDLETON MUSIC HOUSE,
Pendleton, Oregon. 10-Mc
NOTICE OP RESULT OP BEFEBEW
DUM ON THE CUEATION OF
PROPOSED BOAR DM AN SOIL
To fill (KTrtniis jiiU'i ehtt-d. notice is
lien'i.y iv-n :
That tlif tahulution s-t out below
Kiv'S u full, roiTwl uini true report
if the results if a referendum ln-l'l
on the .Mil day of May, 1 i J 7 . on the
prujiu-ilioii of the t reat on of the pro
jio(J BoanimaJi Soil Conservation
(a) Number votinf? in favor of the
rreaiHtii of paid Sil Conservation
lb) Number voting against creation of
eaid Soil Con-nervation iJistriit. 0
(. ) T t.it vote t a.-t 144
id The ( ertifical of the County A-:
wor submitted to the State Soil Con-;
servalion Committee May 7. 1!M7, cer-j
hfh d a total of landowners with n
the area of the proposed district in
dnathiM a majority of at lent H2 fav
orable votes necessary for creation of
el As 144 votes were citst in favor of
the proposal, the State Soil Conserva
tion Committee at a mewing held in
Salem, on May 21 1147, has determin
ed that the operation of the proposed
district within the defined boundaries
is administratively practicable and
lf That the tabulation set out below
tfives a full, correct, and true report
of the results of the eh-Hjon of three
supervisors held in cj.ii junction with
the above referendum.
Names of Candidates Number of Votes
Charles Dillon l'7
Carl Kninhten 92
.Jack Muihtran HKJ
Inuuaaid Skouho lift
(.') Imniaard Skrmbo. (Miarles Dillon
and Jack Mulligan, bemn the three
candidates who received the lartfi'st
number, respectively, of the votes cast
In the referendum were declared to be
the ele ted supervisors f-r the district.
STATE SOU, CONSKRVATION,
COMM1TTKB OK OKPXION,
Hy Howard K. Cushtnan,
Patefl Mh dav of June, 1947
at Coivallis. Oregon, 13-14
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Notlre is hnn-by ivt-n that ttiP un
c1tsjkii it tin tn't'ii 'lulv itppiilnlt'd ty
tho futility Court f Morrow County.
M:iR f On-K..n Ailiinnitrator wlt)v a
will miiioxfil nt the Ktate of NAN
NIK I.. KKIJ.KU, d. . lis. .i. ami all
H'rmuin havilin claims ai:aint tin
Haul ontatp nf Haiit iloreaeil are herf
hy rt'iiuircl tu present t ho Paine with
pntjH'r vi-m luM; chily vir fifil as To
quirod hy law to the fmnl A'lniiniHtra
tor at his law uffire at lhppner. Ore-
and other items
on the following dates:
you have to
best markets in a large territory. Packer
at every sale and
En. within six month from the date
lulled and first publi-shetl Una 0th
day of June, 1147.
1J. W. MAHONKY.
A'lmitii.-trator with a Viiit Annexed.
R W. MA MONK Y, Attuinty,
lltppner, Oregon, 11-15.
HOT IV ki OF BOND BALL
Mi'IK'h IS lihiirJli CJVEN that
sealed buia will be received by tiie
uiHjerined until the hour of 7 3'J u
clHk i'.M. on tlie 2Hrii day of June
1117. and immediately thereafter upeii
cu by tlte Council of said City for
toe purchase uf City of Heppner Wat
er iioitds in the sum of Seventy-five
i'hou.-"iiid Oollurs i$75,OOo.OOJ, Haiti
bonds to be dated July 1, 1147. to ma
lum Herially in numerical order at
tne rale of Ten Tiiousand liollars
iMu.omjoo) on the 1st day of July in
each of the years li4iJ to Hial, inclu
iive; and at the rate of Fiwt: Thou
sand Dollars Ua.lJOO.oo) on the 1st duy
of July in eairh of the yearn l'Ji2 to
limit, inclusive; provided that all bonds
winch mature thereafter shall be nub
jet t to call and redemption on July
1, I'J'i'A and on any interest paying
d.ile thereafter; said bonds to bear
intereht at tlie rate of not to exceed
mx per cent iM',, ) per annum, payable
senuaUBually at the office of the Trea
surer 'of the City of Heppner, Oregon.
Ka h bid must be accompanied by a
ceitiljvd hc-i k in the amount of Two
Thousand Dollars (SU.OUU.UO).
The apprcAing I' al opinion of
Messrs. Winfree. MciJulloch, Shuler &
.ayre will be t'urmshtd the autxessful
'1 ne Council reserves the right to
reject any and ail bids.
E. H. HbSToW, Recorder,
Address, Heppner, Oregon. 11-13
NOTICE OP SCHOOL ELECTION
UI'ON QUESTION OF INCREAS
ING TAX LEVY OVEB, AMOUNT
WUL1) Bi SUCTION 11, ARTI
CLE XI, Si'ATU CONSTITUTION
Notae i.i li:iehy fciven thai an elec
tion will be hold in the Nonhigh
hool District of Morrow County.
State ut Oregon, ut the various ficooul
houses in said Nunhigh School D.b
Uat, for the puipoae of hubuiiUiny
to the legal voters of said district the
tjesluiou ul increasii.g the tax levy lor
the year IMS over toe amount limited
by Sertoli 11, article XI, of the Con
stitution of Oregon.
Hie reasons for increasing such levy
are: Tlie N'ulihiyh ticiioui Di. trict has
a levying ba. e uf $U.liJ.oj. Tiuj am
ount increa. cd by j percent wiil not
give a Kut fiuent amount to balance
The amount of tax, in excess of the
6 percent limitation, proposed to be
levied for said j ear is ia,uLt.a4.
Dated this llttn dav cl May, 1947.
Attest: LUCY K. KODOL'KS,
Chairman lioai d of Directors.
NOT IC; TO CHEDITCES
,otu; Is herehy given that the un
dersiiu'd waH duly upjiuiuted by the
County Court of tiie Mate of Oregon,
for Morrow County, aiinnid tru.tr, x ut
the estate uf Ture K. I'eterjion. de
icii.sed. mid all peraoiis liavmg claims
amn.st tiie e.-tute ol said deceased,
ire tuTi-hy reijtljred to present the
bailie to the urnlt'i wigned admin stra
ti ix with jiropt-r vouchers aa required
hy lnw at the law oilH'e cf Ju.-i. J.
.'ys. at lieppner, Oregon, within six
moiiths from the date hereof.
Dated and first published the 22nd
day of May. 1!M7.
LUCY M. PETERSON.
Frank Spittle I
Astoria. Oregon, and
Jos. J. Ny.-i,
Attorneys tor Administratrix. 9-13
SUiMONSrEquity No." 3692
i: THK CIHi'I'lT COURT OF THE
STATK OK OH KG ON or the Coun
ty of Morrow.
Russell ' McCoy, Plaintiff
George II. Smith and Jane Doe Smith
his wife, who.se true name is un
known to plaintiff, and all the un
known heirs of said George H.
hmilh. if he Is deceased. Also all
other persons or parties unknown
claiming any riht, title, estate, lien
or interest in the real estate descri
bed in the complaint herein.
To the above named Defendants and
e.uh and all of you:
IN THE NAM K OF THE STATE
OF OUhGON, you and each of you
ii e here v remnred to appear and
.mcwor plaintiff's complaint filed
,tKaliit yi,u in the above entitled court
niu cause within four weeks from
the di.te of the first publications of
(.:is summons upon you and if you
fail to so appear or answer for want
l hereof i. hunt iff will apply to the
above entitled court for the relief
prayed (or in his complaint, to-wit
For a decree quieting title to tlie
follow jntf described real property sit'
uale in Morrow County, Oregon, to
Ait of Lotn eleven (11) and twelve
1 12) in Block twenty-seven (27)
in the town of lrngoti, Morrow
County. SbitP of Oregon.
and that plaintiff be adjudged the
owner in fee simple of said real prop
el ty and that you and each of yoi,
and all persons ilaiining by or under
ynii he forever barred of and from
a right, title, estate, lien or inter
in ca.d re.il property or any part
tnereoi and whatever right or interest
you may claim therein be null and
vo d and for sin li other and further
relief us may be just and equitable.
Tins summons is served upon you
by publication thereof in the Heppner
OaT'ette J inies, a newspaper of g
eral emulation once a week for four
successive we. ks pursuant to an or
der of the Hon. Bert Johnson, judg
"f the County Court of the State o
Oregon for Morrow County, which
bidding is competitive
J. Palmer Sorlcin, Pastor
Union services Sunday, June
22, at 11 a.m. This boing Meth
odist conference Sunday the
congregations of the Church of
Christ and the Methodist church
will unite for morning worship
at the Methodist church, Rev.
Jewctt delivering the sermon.
Sunday, June 29, union ser
vices at the Church of Christ.
ALL SAINTS CHURCH
Holy Communion, 8 a.m.
Church school, 9:45 a.m.
Morning prayer, 11 a.m.
CHURCH OF CHRIST
Bible school, 9:45 a.m., C. W.
Communion service (This
week only at this time), 10:45.
Morning worship, we will go
to the Methodist church for the
morning worship where Mr. Jew
ett will bring the message on
the topic, "Our Indebtedness to
Adult Christian Endeavor, 7.
This will be a consecration meet
inR. Evening evangelistic service,
8. Communion and preaching
Sermon topic, "Does It Matter to
Which Church I Belong?"
LEXINGTON . . .
Mrs. Clarence Hayes
Mr. and Mrs. Al Edwards are
the parents of a 5 12 pound
baby daughter, Patricia Lee,
born Thursday, June 12, at the
St. Anthony's hospital in Pen
dleton. Kenneth and Marcella Jack
son have returned for the sum
mer from their studies at Uni
versity of Oregon.
Sunday, June 22, is an im
portant day to Dan Dinges, son
of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Dinges
of Lexington. On that date at
4 o'clock in the afternoon his
marriage to Miss Jessie Durston
of Portland will be solemnized
at the Westminster Presbyterian
church in Portland.
Ralph Jackson and son Ken
neth left Monday morning to
drive to San Francisco on a bus
The Amicitia club met at the
home of Mrs. Orville Cutsforth
Tuesday evening with Mrs.
Cutsforth and Mrs. George Grav
es as hostesses. Mrs. Ed Grant
won high prize for pinochle.
Mr. and Mrs. Al Edwards have
moved from the apartment they
recently lived in to the house
vacated by Mr. and Mrs. Lud-
Harry Dinges and Mr. and
Mrs. Roy Martin were Lexington
people attending the Hughes
Mr. and Mrs. Ed McFadden
and daughter were visiting in j
Hermiston over the week end. j
Mr. and Mrs. Marcus Brown i
of Hermiston were visiting'
friends in Lexington Sunday. :
Ben Grant spent Sunday in'
Fossil visiting his brother.
Mrs. George Steagall and in-
fant son, Thomas David, have
come home from the Saling
home in Heppner.
Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Jones and
family spent Sunday in Union
and La Grande.
Mr. and Mrs. Alonzo Hender-
son drove to Portland Tuesday.
They were accompanied by Mr.
Mrs. Herman Green and baby
son, 1 nomas William, are home
from the Heppner hospital. Mr.
Green s mother ol Heppner is
staying with them at present.
Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Breeding
spent Sunday in Spray visiting
Mr. and Mrs. P. C. Harrison of
Cascade Locks are visiting Mrs.
Harrison's parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Lawrence Talmer, over the week
Mr. and Mrs. Ladd Sherman
and family of Hermiston were (
visiting Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Car- !
r.iiclu:el over the week end. '.
Mr. rnd Mrs. Laurel Ber.ch :
and family of Portland v"re i
louse g;;ests of Mrs. Elsie Beacli
the latter part of the wee:;.
Mrs. Adolpli Mnjrsl'.e and
daughter Audrey have returned
from rn extended visit i:i t'.ie
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Parish of
kron, Ohio, are visiting at the
George reck home. Mr. Parish i:.;
cousin of Mr. reck.
At the annual school meeting
held Monday afternoon Mio. Lon
inlor Is.dfilod M.iv 21st. 10 1 nm!
Ilu d;ito nf tho first publ rati m of
.ma summons is mav
JOS. J. NYS.
Attorney fnr Pl.m.tii'f,
Rrsiilpwo nnd Post Office Addrns!:
HoppiuT, Oregon. 9-13
Men $1, Ladies .50
News From Irrigon . ,
Mrs. J. A. Shoun
Arthur h"lu;inls is adding the
anni'X to the W. B. DexWT'horne.
It is to hp a duplex.
Elson Honry of Olympia is
visiting his sister, Mrs. A. B.
Turner, and family.
Rev. and Mrs. William Scon
doon, evangelists, and two
daughters, are also visiting her
sister, Mrs. Turner. Mr. Scon
deen preached hoth morning and
evening in the Assembly of God
The Martin Abkens have their
living apartments all freshly
papered and painted on the in
terior. The Don Smiths moved into
the new home they purchased
from Russell McCoy, Friday. He
is employed on the Patterson
James Shoun spent Sunday
at Irrigon returning to Walla
Walla Sunday evening.
Betty Acock spent Sunday at
the home of her parents, the C.
W. Acock 's. She returned to
Pendleton Sunday evening.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Cooper and
son Billy of Eugene arrived Sun
day to spend a few days with
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. A.
Stephens and family.
Edwards was elected to the Lex
ington school board. Alonzo
Henderson received the major
ity of district No. 12 votes for
member of the five-man county
board, but the other district
votes have not been taken as
yet. The school budget for the
?oming year was rejected and a
new budget mu.st be planned. It
was decided to vote on the mat
ter of transporting our high
cchool to another' school at the
nevf budget meeting.
Miss Marie Messenger of Los
Angeles has been a house guest
the past week of her brother,
Trum?n Messenger, and family.
On Sunday the Messenger fam
ily went to The Dalles to attend
the wedding of Mr. Messenger's
sirtcr, Miss Lois Messenger.
Paula Haberlein spent a few
I Happy Summer Clothes j
Ready for mountains, backyard, s
H lawn mowing-or lolling about
in .111 in n 1 iwm
ST- a- i..g M2!-,9
BETWEEN PORTLAND and CHICAGO
That's the daily "City of Portland" streamliner
40 hours 40 minutes eastbound . . . 41 hours 5
minutes westbound no extra fare!
Air-conditioned "City of Portland" stream
liners provide travel ease and luxury standard
sleeping cars with your choice of accommoda
tions . . . sleep-easy reserved coach seats. For tha
more complete comfort of passengers, stewardess
service has been inaugurated on "City of
Portland". Enjoy the club lounge cars including
bath and barber facilities . . . diners serving deli
cious food . . . then, at night, your own com
Speed East by daily "City of Portland" stream,
Doily Union Pacific Poiicnger Train Schcdulci to the East
For complete travel information, consult
b spcifc-oy "Union Pacific
'days in Pendleton.
The Assembly of God church
closes its two week vacation bi
ble school with a program Fri
day night to show me reiaiives
and friends what the children
have learned during the train
Roy Minnick, Ora Thompson
and Mrs. Mart Abken were
Heppner business visitors Mon
day. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Niemela
and Dixie Dexter and Jack of
Clatskanie left Monday for home
after visiting the W. B. Dexters.
Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Cross
and two small sons of Ellens
burg accompanied her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Simms, to Ir
Rev. Wallace Winqulst and
the young people of the com
munity Baptist church spent
Saturday at Bingham springs.
Rev. Winquist has resigned as
minister here and preached his
last sermons Sunday. He left for
Portland Monday to join Mrs.
Winquist and son.
Mr. and Mrs. Warren McCoy
and father, R. M. McCoy, went
to Heppner Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Hough
ton and two children are visit
ing his parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. Creamer from
Utah purchased the EarJ Con
nell lots and are living on them
in a tent until they can build a
Mrs. Bill Graybeal and daugh
ter Nancy went to Portland Sat
urday. Mrs. Bertha Johnson of Okla,
Idaho, arrived Friday to spend
some time with the M. J. Smith
Helen Maxene Steagall arriv
ed home from Redmond Satur
day. She had been visiting her
father, Dave Steagall and fam
ily. Billy also visited his father,
coming home earlier.
David and Herbert Rand, Dean
and Billy Acock, James Haddox
are helping with the peas in me
i Walla Walla area.
BLUE DENIMS, Sizes
TAN COTTON TWILL
SLACKS - in large
LIGHT BLUE DENIM
"City at Portland" "Portland Roia" "Idahoan"
5:30 p.m. 9:10 p.m. 8:10 a.m.
Times, Heppner, Oregon, June 19, 1947-5
J TAKING NEA TOOB
Mrs. Edna Turner went
Portland Friday to remain a I
few days and will then go by;
train to Chicago w here, on June !
she will join a tour conduct
.von : tu,. OXE-UX1T
TUOUSAXDS HAVE WAITED FOR
Thin in all you wear
Xo apparute battery
.Yo separate battery
Yes .now you can wear a hearing aid with
complete comfort and ease. The tiny new
Beltone Mono-Pac is about H size and weight
of old style hearing aids actually little larger
than a deck of playing cards, yet so powerful you
hear even uhispers! Get helpful facts about this new
"miracle" aid in valuable FREE book about deafness.
James N. Tait & Associates, Distributors
734 American Bank Building.. Portland, 5, Oregon
See it! Try It!
' Tuesday, June 24th
Evenings by Apointment
Ask the Clerk for Mr. I. G. Canary
r about the
Since 1941 labor goes up-60t
Since 1941 castings up-50!
Since 1941 shipping crates up-66!
Since 1941-enameling sheet steel up 20!
Since 1941 all other materials up-average Adr, 'c
rk oil HeotT OP
'Amazing . . . true ... a great value a great
heater. For comfort in the winters ahead
jpfor economy now order your SPARK
oil heater from your nearest dealer. Other
economical models, too.
L E. Dick, Jr.
Phone 622 Heppner, Oregon
the National Educational
to i association.
traveling by train.
bus and boat into the New Eng
land slates an. I a section of east
ern Canada. She will be gone
- 1 several weeks.
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