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About Heppner gazette-times. (Heppner, Or.) 1925-current | View Entire Issue (June 3, 1948)
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pHjajrraph In your hat if you ex
frl 1o bp doing business with
any of the m-wn state dopart
mrntjs that will bp locatod in the
new state office building.
The board of control, purchas-
ing department, civil service com
mission and the state police de
partment will occupy the first
floor. The public utilities com
missioner and his large staff will
occupy the entire second floor.
The top three floors will be used
by the unemployment compensa
tion commission and the state
Is Next to Godliness . . .
the Devil a Chance!
Just call 2632
Morrow County Cleaners
Swimaway', the suit fc
sleek besty, IUt fit!
Shiny lastex in A QQ
6 color. 32-3. SJ
GIRLS' SWIM SUITS
Gleaming lutes I pteea
ia uses 8-14. ZSS
Multi-colored Beach Towels
Rayon Twill Trunks, Solid
colon. 2 98
Boys' Swim Trunks. Print
Boys' Trunks. Rayon-cotton-lastex.
Juniors' Swim Trunks. Print
cotton. 4-8. 2 49
Junior Boys Sun Suits. Sizes
NOTICE OF BUDGET MEETING OF THE
CITY OF HEPPNER
Notice is hereby given that on the 24th day of June, 1948. at the
hour of 7:30 P. M. of said day, at the Council Chambers in the City
of Heppner, Oregon, the tax levying board of said city will meet for
the purpose of discussing and considering the tax budget herein
after set forth of said city for the fiscal year beginning July 1, 1948
and ending June 30. 1949, any taxpayer of said city may at said time
and place appear and be heard for or in opposition to said tax levy
as set forth or any item thereof.
Kinzua On Daylight
Saying Time Since
City Superintendent .. $ 1,500.00
City Police ... 1,500.00
City Recorder 300.00
City Attorney 300.00
City Treasurer 300.00
Fire Boys' Salary 350.00
MATERIALS AND SUPPLIES
State Insurance $ 100.00
Bond Premiums 100.00
Fire Equipment 500.00
Printing & Advertising 150.00
$ 5.650.00 $ 7,250.00 $ 8,180.00
Light $ 1,400.00
Steets and Bridges 2,500.00
Swimming Tank 600.00
Fire Insurance 150.00
Garbage Disposal 180.00
$ 1,050.00 $ 2,750.00 $ 1,550.00
Bonds $ 7,000.00
Bond Interest 500.00
$ 5,850.00 $ 9,650.00 $29,675.00
Library $ 200.00
$ 4,250.00 $ 3,080.00 $ 3,532.50
Bookkeeper $ 400.00
Asst Superintendent.. 1,800.00
Labor, supplies, etc 2.000.00
$ 500.00 $ 900.00 $ 900.00
6,000.00 6,000.00 5,000.00
TOTAL EXP'NDITURES $29,830.00 $33,100.00 $39,830.00 $61,137.50
Water Department $ 16.000.00
County Road Tax Refund 6.500.00
License and Liquor Revenues 2,000.00
Swimming Tank 500.00
Estmated Carryover 5000.0o
City share of gas tax 7,000.00
Garbage Disposal 5,500.00
TOTAL ESTIMATED RECEIPTS $ 43,100.00
Subject to 6 limitation $ 14.505.00
Outside 6 limitation 3,532.50
Amount to be raised by taxation 18,037.50
Amount over 6 limitation to be voted on by the people
of Heppner 8,092.00
Outstanding bonded Indebtedness $ 77,000.00
Dated at Heppner, Oregon, this 2nd day of June, 1948.
BUDGET COMMITTEE AND LEVYING BOARD,
By: P. W. Mahoney, Chairman,
Walter Barger, Jr., Clerk of Board.
Gifts Galore that
Pressure Cookers $1 2.50 to $1 3.95
Revere Ware $4.75 to $9.00
Heppner Hardware &
By Elsa M. Leathers
Kinzua went on daylight sav
ing time Monday at noon. Mon
day was a given holiday and all
departments were down. Work
was resumed Tuesday afternoon,
starting at the new time.
Mrs. George Smith was selling
the poppy Wednesday evening
at the store, and Mrs. Jerry Rood
at the theater.
Freddie Beard, scout master,
took the boys on a hike Monday.
lone played ball here Sunday,
losing the game to Kinzua, the
final score being 4 to 11. To date
Kinzua has lost two games, to
Wasco and Heppner. Kinzua
plays Condon at Condon Sunday.
Maurice Brown, George Close.
Clay Phillips, Joe Hays and Jim
my Walker attended the Masonic
convocation at Portland over the
week end, going down on Friday.
Clay Phillips took his Shriner de
gree. Andy Staig, Kinzua time
keeper of Fossil, also Bill Stev
ens and George Dukek also went
Mr. and Mrs. R. Pelkey are vis
iting at the home of Mr. Pelkey's
aunt and uncle, Mr. and Mrs. W.
O. Preston from Bremerton, Wash.
The young couple are newlyweds.
Mrs. Charles Elliott of The Dal
les was spending Memorial day
at the home of her sister, Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. Al Disney were in
Kinzua, coming up from Vanport
on Saturday to get Mrs. Disney's
small daughter, Betty Jo, who
was attending school here, and
bringing the older daughter,
Barbara, to spend the summer
vacation. It is believed by friends
that the Disneys lost their home
in the flood while here at Kin
zua. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Denton and
son were shopping and attend
ing to business in Pendleton on
Tuesday. Mrs. Earl Swanson, Mrs.
Denton's mother, returned to
Pendleton with them, returning
to her home at Freewater after
visiting here for some time.
Mrs. F. M. Harrison returned
home the last of the week from
La Grande where she had been
doctoring. She vsited also at
Sammy Mattison received word
he has a 7 12 pound baby daugh
ter at San Diego, Cal. The young
lady was named Helen Lorraine.
Mr. and Mrs. Howard Bird spent
the holday vacation at Baker
Mr. and Mrs. Bud Reeser were
over from Prineville during the
holiday vacation. Mrs. Clair Ree
ser and daughter also came and
visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. O. D. Baker, Mrs.
Ed Wham and Lillian Schott mo
tored to Bend Friday to see Betty
Lewis graduate from high school.
Miss Lewis is a niece of Mrs.
Baker's and lived at Kinzua prior
to Bend. She returned home with
Lillian Schott and Is visiting here
for a few days.
George Taylor came over from
Redmond Saturday, bringing his
aged father who s 90 years old
to visit a brother and son, Roy
Taylor. They returned to their
home Sunday afternoon.
Mr. and Mrs. Ray O'Neal and
children went to Lewiston, Idaho,
Wednesday to visit a week, but
flood conditions on the trip forc
ed them to return on Friday.
Mr. and Mrs. Zolan Tripp went
to The Dalles on Thursday, re
turning Saturday. Due to the
high water on the Columbia riv
er highway they were detoured
through Maupin, Grass Valley
Mr. Anri Mrs Ptnlrtu TToaIou
were in Kinzua Sunday visiting
from Camp 5, and also saw the
Mrs. Frank Galyean began
work in the pnnfpptinnerv talc.
ing Mrs Skip Wright's place. Mrs.
Wright has worked there for a
number of years.
Marvin Jackson and Ralph
Moore were attending to business
in Heppner Saturday afternoon.
Mr. and Mrs. Art Preston left
for Seattle on Friday to make
their home. Mr. Preston will re
turn later for their household
Mrs. Fred Beard is ill at her
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Friday-Saturday, June 4-S
Riders of the Lone Star
Smllov BurnoCU and Charloo Suirott In another
uf the popular Doraafo Kid weotertu.
F4 O'Brtw. Walter Sleuk. Ann Jeffreys, Twvf
KJJbxid. Jmrom Cowu
Kuich, rowdy and rvrkleas adventure.
Di7 Cartooa la Technicolor
Sunday-Monday, June 6-7
Gary Cooper, PaaUtU Ooddard, Howard ScAUra,
Boris Xarloff, CoU XaUawaj, Ward Bomd
Hkd on (Wall M. wanaoa'a novel of the fear leas
men and women whoa darhif drew th map of
America arroMi the wllUemeas.
Tuesday Ju&v 8
They Won't Believe Me
Bobort Yoaaf, Suu KaywarA, Jano Oroor, Blta
They wouldn't believe thia atory ... would you?
Drama with an unpredictable climax.
Wed.-Thura June 9-10
ftobert Xnttoa, J 07 oo Boyaolda, Snoot Tin ox,
lfou'11 have more gosh -darned fun watching this
wholeaomo comedy, not to mention the
HOME TALENT PROGRAM
On the Stag
Sponeored by the Soroptlnlst Club. All the home
follu who know beat how to keep the ehow hum
ming right along, will be on hand with all klnda
of entertainment. And there will be prizes, too!
COOL COLORFUL MODERN
AWN I NGS
Keep the sun's heat and Blue out u'
your nume: lop quality custom nwle
awnings direct to you&at low ooett
rCaflily in nulled. We also furnish patio
uiu icnrw;t! cuvcrn ana an types Oi K'r
ien furniture recovers. Write for tnfur.
mation and free samples, state color
hoice, to Dept. C, Box 344. (CEAXER
CALIFORNIA TENT k AWNING CO.,
U. P. and N. P.
39 8W Eiorlon Avenue
Mrs. Owen Leathers was at
tending to buslress at Heppner
Friday and Saturday, also going
to Hardman cemetery Memorial
day. While there she attended
the high school graduation exer
cises. Due to the injured ankle Bill
Hess received playing Wasco he
was unable to play ball Sunday.
His foot is in a cast.
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BACKGROUND TO HOSPITALITY!
TIER TABLES Tobies make a house a home! Tables
to serve you, your family, your friends,
END TABLES where they are needed will make your
house a comfortable home,
COFFEE TABLES Friends that do not have to hold ash
trays on their laps will know you have
DRUM TABLES planned welK . . you have a table for
every purpose! See our varied groups
in traditional and modern!
Case Furniture Co.
Keep These Dates In Mind
June HO and 24
Auction Sales Days
at Heppner Sales Yard
Bring in the stuff you want to sell.
This is the best Livestock and Farm
Equipment Market in the district.
Heppner Sales Yard
JOHN VARNER HAROLD ERWIN HARRY DINGES
Auctioneer Operator Clerk
Home Talent Nights
at STAR THEATER
On The Screen
S KITS--SO N 6S-MYSTE RY
Fun For Everybody Prizes Galore
Sponsored by the Heppner Soroptimist Club