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FOR SALE-1946 FORD V8 truck
with factory built bulk wheat
rack, Eton rear end, excellent
rubber, recently overhauled
motor, radio, heater and spot
light. See at Heppner Motors.
FOR SALE Spring fryers.
FOR SALE 1936 2-door Chev se
dan. Howard Bryant. 14-15p
FOR SALE Mason Jars, half gal
Ion size $1 dozen; quart size
90c dozen. Heppner Hotel. 14-15c
FOR SALE 1941 MASTER DE
LUXE 4 door sedan, all new
tires, high tort engine In good
shape, radio and heater, fog
lights. $1125. Heppner Motors.
FOR RENT Rooms. Phone 1145
after 6 p.m. Delia Tash. 14-15p
FOR SALE Davenport and chair,
4 chrome arm chairs practic
ally new, washing machine,
youth's bed. Alice Prock. Phone
1ZAAK WALTON double tip cast
ing and trolley pole, $20. Phone
FOR SALE 9-room modern home
on South Main street. Price
$7,500. Phone 2495. Gordon Mc
FOR SALE 1947 model John
Deere binder, practically new,
$000. Gordon McGough. Phone
2495. 14 15c
FOR SALE 27 foot Glider house
trailer, price $1800. Write Jake
Elledge, Box 272, Wetmore.
FOR SALE-1936. Willys-Knight
pickup, $230. Inquire at Hotel
FOR SALE Sharpened fence
posts. Dan Bishop, Box 123,
FAOERSTROM and JOHN DOE
KAGKKSTKOM. her husbaj.d hw
fttANOK.4 KOHK (XKRV aSd JOHN
DOE COKEY, her husband whoss
tru. name Is unkmiwo tu plulutifs.
and K. S. HOWARD. H-e,ver; the
unknown heirs of Dura Miller, If dc-ctnuM-d,
Did unknown heirs ol Edith
E. faKerutrom, It ducMumf. and the
unknown hin of Francwi sti.u rvo-.
ey. If defeased. Ainu all other Dersuns
or parties unknown claiming hy
riijht, title, estate, lien or Interest In
the real estate dpMi.rit.AH in ti.A
I plaint herein, iiefenduuta
TO The above defendants and each and
an ui yuu :
IN THE NAMR CIV THW BriTI xp
OIIKGON you and each of you are here-
y iTijuireu 10 appear and answer
lainliff a comDlalnt UA Uilnut v.
n the above entitled rourt -UuU
within four weeks from the date of
the first publication Of tills summon.
upun you and if you fall to so appear
will apply to the above entitled court
for the relief nravi.il f,.. in ii.oi.. ,..
f or a decree quieting title to the
illowInK described real nn.ni.rtv alt.
uate In Morrow Countv. State of rr.
Lots sixteen (16), seventeen (17),
eighteen (IS), twenty-one (21),
twenty-two 22). twenty-three (23),
twenty-four (24) and wenty-flve
(26) In Block thirty-six (36) In the
Town of IrrlKon, County of Mor
row, State of Oreeon.
and that It be adjudged and decreed
that the plaintiffs are the owners In
fee simple of said real property and
that whatever Interest or tile you may
claim to have In said real property Is
null and void and that von .u,.h
and all of you and all persons or par-
i.on imu,iiiiK uy, mruuKn or unuer
yOU be forever barred and nalruiw.aA
of and from all claim, right, title and
imereni in anu 10 said real properly
and every part thereof, and for such
other and further relief as inav be lust
This summons is served upon you
by publication thereof once a week
for four successive weeks In the Hepp
ner UoZette Times, a newimunnr nt
general airculatlon published in Mor
row ouiuy, uregon, pursuant to an
order of the Hon. Bert Johnson. Judge
of the County Court for Morrow Coun
ty, Oregon, which order Is dated June
7th, IMS and the date of the first pub
lication of this summons is June 10,
JOS. J, NYS.
Attorney for Plaintiffs,
Residence and Pout Office Address.
Heppner. Oregon. 12-16.
FRYERS FOR SALE Leave orders
at Alice's Beauty Shop or
phone 37F14. Mrs. G. Hermann.
FRYERS Dressed or alive. Pbone
34F3, Lexington. Mrs. Julian
ALTERATIONS Call 1013. I will
call and deliver. 110 Church
st reet , Hpppner. 12-15p
CUSTOM hay binding. See or
write Bill Seehafer, lone, Ore.
Would like good wheat hauling
Jobs with late model trucks.
Call or write Heppner Gazette
FOR RENT New concrete mixer
and rubber tired wheelbarrow.
O. M. Yeager's Service Store.
PRINTS, RAYONS-60 attractive
patterns to choose from. Rib
bons, aprons, ready-made house
dresses, ladles and mens hosi
ery, towels and notions. O. M.
Yeager's Service Store. lOtfc
I REPAIR, buy and sell tele
phones. W. L. McCaleb, Hepp
WE HAVE a fine line of all kinds
of good candies. O. M. Yeager's
Service Stor:. lltfc
ICE CREAM, soft drinks of all
kinds. Order your soft drinks
by the case If you wish, at O.
M Yeager's Service Store, lltfc
sport, work and riding clothes
for men and women. Ernest
Ghormley, 516 Main St., Her-
mlston, phone 3091. 11 14p
PICTURES make nice gifts! You
will find many nicely framed
pictures In our stock. Between
60 and 70 patterns of picture
mouldings to choose from. Let
us do your picture framing. O.
M. Yeager's Service Store. lOtfc
A KEEN SAW spells better work
manship. Have your filing done
at O. M. Yeager's Service Store
FOR SALE Four-room house on
First St in lone. Gas range
with trash burner, Flamo hot
water and bath, small base
ment: nice cabin with stove on
same lot. Price $2500. Turner,
Van Marter Co. 9tfc
TIME FOR SCREENS Doors and
windows. Let N. D. Bailey
make them. They will last
Reeular orlces. Phone 1485.
SAW FILING and Picture Fram
ing. O. M. Yeager's Service
Heppner Gazette Times, Heppner, Oregon, June 24, 1 948-7
SUMMONS Equity Ho, 3754
IN TKH CIRCUIT COURT OF THJfi
d i a i Ei ur uitcAiUiN f or ihe uouniy
CLAUD F. WORDEN and JESSIE F.
u WOK DEN, huBband and wife,
MATTIE THOMAS and JOHN DOE
THOMAS, whose true name la un
known to plaintiffs, MILTON D.
SHANE, and all the unknown heirs
of Mattle Thomaa, if deceased, and
all the unknown heirs of J. M. DOU
GLAS, deceased. Alao all other per
sona or parties unknown clalmlflg
any right title, estate, lien or inter
est in the real estate described In
the complaint herein. Defendants.
TO The above defendants and each and
all or you:
IN THE NAME OF THE STATE OF
OREGON you and each of you are here-
y required 10 appear and answer
aintlffs' complaint filed against you
n the above entitled court and cause
within four weeks from the date of the
first publication of this summons upon
you and if you fail to so appear or
answer for want thereof, plaintiffs will
uply to the above entitled court for
the relief prayed for in their complaint.
For a decree nuletlne title to the
ullowlnir described real property, lit
uiite in Morrow County, State of Ore
Tne west nan or tne soutnwest
quarter of the northwest quarter
and the west half of the northwest
quarter of the southwest quarter
of Section twenty-four (24) in
Township four (4) north of Range
twenty-four (24) East of the Wil
lamette Meridian, Morrow County,
and that it be adjudged and decreed
that the plaintiffs are the owners In
fee simple of said real property and
that whatever Interest or title you may
claim to have in said real property is
null and vma and inai eacn ana ail oi
ou and all persons or parties claiming
iv through or under vou be forever
barred and restrained of and from all
claim. riirhL title and interest in and
to said real property and every pari
thereof, and for such other and further
relief as may be just and equitable.
This summons IS served uoon VOU ay
mbllcatlon thereof once a week for
uiir successive weeks in the Heppner
Gazette Timea. a .newspaper of general
Hft'ulfttion miblished in Morrow Coun
ty, Oregon pursuant to an orner or me
Hnn. Hert Johnson. Judire of the Coun
v rrnirt for Morrow countv. Oregon.
which order is dated June 9th, IMS
and the date of the first publication
of this summons is June 10, 1948.
JOM. J. INI a.
Attorney for Plaintiffs.
Residence and Post Office Address.
H winner. Oregon. 12-16
nvrni "rn mH!HITO&S
Notice is hereby given thnt the un
Aawmivniui ha. Keen ilulv BDDolnted ad
h .Inlnr rl. ftf ttlA fWtste Of Win.
lireener. by the Probate Court of the
State ot Oregon lor me 1,011111 u. mm -row,
and has acrepted aurh trust All
persons having claims against said es
tate are hereby required to present the
same to the administrator at the ofrice
of J. Q. Turner In Heppner. Oregon,
within sl months from the date of this
notice. Dated and first published this
2uth day of May, 1M8.
BDW. H. FKKUDKNTIIAL,
B.ia Administrator c.t.a
citation no. lias
IN TUB COUNTY COURT OF THE
STATE OF UKEUUIN for me vjoumy
In the Matter of the Guardianship of
the person and estate 01 juai tui.r.
MAN. SUE COLEMAN and ANN
BELLE COLEMAN. Minors.
TO ALL OTHERS WHOM IT MAX
You and each of you are hereby re
quired to appear before the above en
titled court at tne toun nuuw
llpnnnor Morrow Countv. OreRon. 01
the 2th day of June, 1948, at the hour
tan nVlnlt In tin. fnrnnoon of said
day to show cause wny an order snouiu
not ne maae auinonzing 111a wrimiau,.
tt. lt.mil auarrilan of the above named
mlnnt-M to rpII the undivided one-sixth
Interest of said minors in ana 10 me
following described real property, to-
wlt : ......
The south nan ot tne souin nan 01
Section one (1) the north half nf the
northeast quarter and the southeast
quarter of the northeast quarter of
section twelve (12 less the right of
way. In Township one (1) south.
Range twenty-two (22) East of the
Willamette Meridian In Gilliam
ALSO: The northwest quarter and the
north half of the north half of the
southwest quarter of Section seven
(7) In Township one (1) south
Range twenty-three (23) East of the
Willamette Meridian, In Morrow
W1TNKSS the Honorable Bert John
...ti .to. I.ra nf th shove entitled Court
and seal of said Court affixed, this 24th
day of May. 14.
C. W. BARLOW, County Clerk.
1mm .1 NYS. Hennner. Oregon.
Attorney for Guardian. 10-14
NOTICE OF SPECIAL EltECTlOK
NOTICE IS HERBBY GIVEN that
pursuant to Ordinance 818 passed by
the Common Council of the City of
Heppner, Oregon and approved py the
Mayor on the 7lh day of June. 1948, a
special election of the legal voters o(
the City of Heppner, Oregon will be
held on Monday, the 28th day of June,
l'MS at the Council Chambers In said
Cltv which election Is called for the
DurDOse in uh-iwihim h,
e amount of eight thousand ninety
two dollars (8,092,00) In excess of tni
six percent limitation allowed ny am
cle XI. Section 11 of the Constitution
of the Stale of Oregon, aald Increase
Is for the pupose of constructing, main
taining and repairing of streets and
bridges In said City.
The polls will be open at 8 o'clock
A M of said day apnd remain opon
until 6 o'clock P. M. of said day.
By order of the Common Council.
WALTER UARGER. JR..
52-14 City Recorder.
,irf Cltv for the fiscal year, oegmiuni
nnninn nmilt sTn. 3781
IN TUB CIRCUIT COURT OF TUB
STATE OF OREGON For the County
WARHKN H, Mr.COY and FRANCES
nirTTT MrCnv liushaiid and wife,
nnnA MILLER and JOHN DOB MILL
KR, her husband whose true name
Is unknown to plaintiffs, EDITH E.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Notice Is herebv slven that the un
derslgned was duly appointed by the
Probate Court ot tne state 01 urcgon
for Morrow County tho Administrator
of the estate of LOLA E. McCABE,
deceased, and all persons having
claims agalna the estate of said de
ceased are hereby required to presnt
the same duly verified wtin proper vou
chers to the undersigned Administra
tor at lone. Oregon or at the law office
of Jos. J. Nys. Heppner. Oregon with
in six months from the data nartof.
Dated and Ilrst published una i(in
day of June. 1948.
BiAliu TKAllllo mcvnni,
Jos. J. Nys,
Attorney for Administrator. 18-18
IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE
UNITrJL STATCS V UK XtiOi UIO
TRICT OF OREGON.
Tt. BanVmnLw KTo.
In the matter or kiciiauu rjuuenn,
NOTICE OP FIRST MEETING OF
fo the eredltors of Richard Eugene
Schoonover, of Lexington ft Hoppner,
fli-nu-itti n hntiltrlltit
wnn-ii'lil t4 t-lfc'.WW'.RV fllVF.N that
said Richard Eugene Schoonover has
hAon riulv sdiuritfed a ImllKrunt on
petition filed by (or against) him on
February lilt). 1948. and that the first
meeting of his creditors will be held at
Referee a Office. In I Grande, Oregon,
on lnlv and 11148 nt 111 o'clock a.m., at
which place and time the said creditors
may nlletul. prove ineir cihuiis. hoiioom
a trustee, appoint a committee of crea.
it.. an,ii,n tba liAiikrutit. and trans.
act such other business n may properly
r.,.mn hafniW SIllH TllCntlllg.
Dated at La Grande, Oregon, June
19th" 19"8- If, B. PIXON.
14. Referee In Bankruptcy.
NOTICE OF SALE OF REAL PROP
ERTY BY ADMINISTRATOR.
IN THE COUNTY COURT OF JHJ
STATE OF OREGON FOR THE
COUNTY OF MORROW.
In th Matter of tin ESTATE ol
C A: Office
'County Agent Nelson- Ander
son la attending , 4-H summer
school on the Oregon State Col
lege campus at , Corvallis , this
week, where he in assisting with
classes and recreation of the 1800
4-H club members gathered there
for the past two weeks. .... .
Morrow county has a delega
tion of 22 4-H club members and
two leaders who will return to
day, All citizens of the country
share the responsibility of con
serving the nation's soil and wa
ter resources, because many- far
mers are not able to finance the
needed conservation work on
their farms, says E. Harvey Mill
er, chairman of the Oregon state
Even in 1944, he points out,
nearly a third of the nation's
farms each grew less than $1,000
worth of products. Nearly 60 per
cent turned out less than $2,000
worth of products. Nearly three
fourths grew less than $3,000
worth of products. The operators
of these farms took in much less
cash than these indicated figures
and still had to pay their pro
duction costs. In 1944, the crops
of more than 385000 farmers fail
ed on 10,297,172 acres. The fig
ures are from the 1945 census.
On a small farm, the Farmers
Home Adminstration estimates a
farm family needs about $1,500
gross farm income (including the
value of products that are used
at home and the rental value of
the house) to meet expenses. This
is based on studies made in 1947.
This gross farm income might in
clude about $908 in cash and
about $558 worth of products
grown for home use. The $908
would go to pay farm operating
costs of $476 and cash family liv
ing costs of $432.
A recent survey also shows that
farmers do not carry out conser
vation practices under the Agri
cultural Conservation Program
because they are not able to bear
the financial burden of their
share of the cost.
Minerals and better breeding
may play a new role in cheaper
That's the opinion of Harry
Lindgren, O.S.C. extension animal
husbandman, who has recently
reviewed results of mineral feed
ing experiments conducted by the
Malheur branch experimental
area at Ontario. Tests carried out
here indicate steers fatten faster
and more cheaply on a ration
containing a mineral though
Lindgren points out that no hard
nd fast rule may be drawn from
one test. Difference in breeding
showed up in differences in rate
of gain of animals on the same
In the Malheur feeding experi
ment carried on by Neil Hoffman,
station superintendent, and Char
les Custer, feeder, four pens of
eight Hereford steers each were
fed the following rations: Pen one
was fed chopped alfalfa, corn and
bone meal. Pen two received the
same without the bone meal. Pen
three was fed chopped alfalfa
barley and bone meal, and pen
four received the same without
Pen three fed chopped alfalfa,
barley and the mineral supple
ment, bone meal made the lar
gest dally gain as well as the
lowest cost per pound of gain, at
Entering the feed lot, the 32
steers included in the test aver
aged 880 pounds each; they
weighed out at an average of
1125 pounds each, or an average
gain of 245 pounds. In the top
pen, number three, the lowest
weight gain was put on by an
animal that gained 215 pounds.
The top animal gained 315
pounds. The top and bottom
weight gains tn pen one were
180 and 325; pen two, 135 and
280 pounds; and pen four, 160 and
Lindgren points out that the
difference in gain between the
high and low animals indicated
difference in production efficien
cy. Animals inherit these charac
teristics, hence it will pay live
stock producers to spot bulls that
sire the steers that make the
highest and most economical
Progeny testing work with beef
animals is now being carried on
at the Union, Squaw Butte, North
rup Creek and branches at the
central O.S.C. experiment sta
After the top soil is gone is
too late to begin thinking about
saving the soil, says Henry Baker,
chairman of the Morrow County
Agricultural Conservation com
mittee. He points out that wait
ing for crop yields to drop and
gullies to appear before carrying
out conservation practices to con
serve soil and water is about like
calling the fire department after
the house has burned to the
Some land has not been ser-
CHURCH OF CHRIST
John D. Runyan, minister,
phone 2615. ; " r
Bible school, 9:45 a.m.; C. W.
Barlow, supt. senior deptf Bever
ly Yocprrf, supt. Junior dept. '
Morning worship, 1,1 a.m. Ser
mon subject, ."Happy Preacher,
pvenlng service,, 8 o'clock. Ser
mon subject, "The Promises of
iously damaged by erosion or de,
pletioribut now is the time to
keep It that way. Keep yields
high and the land will help to
bear the expense of keeping up
the fertility. But let the topsoil
get away and with it the soil
fertility, and the expense of re
building Is expensive and the
damaged land is not in condition
to help bear the cost.
Conservation farming every
year Is the most economical and
most effective farming, says the
county chairman. It is like lock
ing the barn door before the horse
is stolen. Conservation farming
year in and year out will help
the land carry Its own conserva
tion costs. '
God." This will be a sermon deal-
king with prophecy.
-hoi rehearsal Thursday eve
ning at 7 o'clock.
Bible study, Thursday evening
at 8 o'clock," '
It is planned to have Paul
Rathbum of the. College of The
Bible, Eagle Pass, Texas, with us
this Thursday evening.. He will
be accompanied by three Mexi
can young ladies who will sing
and give their impressions of the
Christian work In Mexico. ,
LEXINGTON CHURCH OF
Bible school at 10 a.m. Worship
and communion service at 11 o'
clock. Morning sermon subject,
"The Purpose in Life." Evening
sermon subject, "In the Footsteps
of Jesus." 1
ASSEMBLY OF COD
Pastor, Shelby E. Graves
Sunday, 9:45 a.m., Sunday
school; Mrs. Ora Wyland, supt.
11 a.m., worship hour. ' ;
7 p.m., Youth for Christ ser
vice, also story hour for all the
boys and girls.
8 p.m., evangelistic service.
Thursday, 7:45 p.m., Bible study
To FCI Meeting
The Morrow County ACA com
mittee, composed of Henry Baker,
R. fv Thompson, Don Heliker and
Bill Padberg, attended a Federal
and prayer meeting.
ALL SAINTS CHURCH
Holy communion, 8 a.m.
Church school, 9:45 a.m.
Morning prayer, 11 a.m.
Wednesdays, holy communion,
In a.m. .
ST. PATRICE'S CATHOLIC
Schedule of services:
Mass in Heppner on the 1st
and 3rd Sundays at 9 ajn.; 10:30
Mass in. lone on the 1st and
3rd Sundays at 10:30 a.m.; 2nd
and 4th at 9 a.m.
Mass. on the fifth Sunday one
mass only in Heppner at 9 ajn.
on the 2nd and 4th.
Holy days of obligation: Mass
in Heppner at 7:30 a.m.; mass
First Fridays of the month:
in lone at 9 a.m.
Mass in Heppner at 7:30,
Crop Insurance meeting at Pen
dleton Monday and Tuesday of
this week. This was a meeting
of crop Insurance representatives
from Oregon, Washington and
Idaho, with the Federal Crop In
surance corporation manager, G.
F. Geissler from Washington, D.
C. This meeting was for the pur
pose of discussing the provisions
of the 1949 crop insurance con
tract now being offered to wheat
farmers and to set up plans for
carrying out sales campaigns for
selling crop insurance in the
If you are Interested In federal
crop insurance contact the coun
First evidence of white men In
Oregon is the salt cairn built on
the northern Oregon coast dur.
ing the winter of. 1805 and 1806
when the Oregon country was ex
plored by the famous pathfinders,
Lewis and Clark. The cairn, built
to extract salt from ocean water,
is now an historic site at the well
known resort city of Seaside, 80
miles from Portland.
Left over from the Lewis and
Clark exposition of 1905 at Port-
OEORGE CARKHUFF, Deceased.
Notice is herehy given, that pursuant
to an order, made and entered In anid
court, on the 11th day of June, 1948,
authorizing afld directing said adminis
trator to sell real properly of the estate
of Ceorne Carkhuff, the administrator
of said estate, the undersigned J. o.
Turner, will, on the 17th day of July,
IMS, at the hour of 3:00 o'clock P. M.,
at the site of the hereinafter described
properly, in the City of lone. Morrow
County, OreRon, offer for snle and sell
to the highest hldder for cash In hand,
at public auction, the following describ
ed real property, to-wlt:
The North Fifty (50) feet of the
East half of Hlock Three (3) of
Hnerry's 3rd Addition to the City
of Ions, Morrow County, Oregon.
The administrator reserves the right
to reject any and all bids.
J. O. TURNER,
Administrator of the Estate of
Oeorge Carkhuff, deceased.
First published this 17th day of June,
land, Ore., the forestry Wkilrvg
is today the world's Jargft loi
building, still caUiag panfrM
to Oregon s leading crfransrry.
lumbering. The struqture Js 2Dj
feet long, 102 feet widH nn 71
feet high. Fifty twe 'imfpttMM
six feet In diameter, support hf
gallery and roof. ) r. j Q Vj
There are eleven high water
falls within a 11-mlle section of
the Columbia river highways a
short distance east ot Portland,
Oregon, along U. S. Route 30. Trui
highest of these 1 the Multno
mah Falls, Vvhich tumbles tU)
feet over basaltic cliffs of ancient
volcanic origin, -. . , , i t ml
O ' 1 7
Oregon has more than 29 mi).
lion acres of forest lands, lnolud
lng lake and stream surfaces, of-i
fering innumerable playlands for
vacationists, according , to thf
Oregon state highway commis
sion travel Information departp
ment. .- i,,i-i
O , -vi
When U. S. Navy ships recent
ly visited Dublin, Eire, or a goqdr
will tour, over 95,100 sightseers
boarded them during public vis
iting hours. :-::,.' !;::!
Dealers For Frigidaire Products
and Zenith Radios
See a Beautiful Display of the Thrilling New
Refrigerators and Other Frigidaire Appliances
Available for Immediate Delivery:
FRIGIDAIRE RANGES all models
Wok Water HEATERS
POP-UP Toasters; Double and Single Element
WAFFLE IRONS: Combination Grill and Waffle Irons;
Coffee Makers; Electric Clocks, Fans and Heaters-large
and small; Light Fixtures
Also Many Other Electrical Appliances
for Your Home
i ni ii ii ii ii ii
RID. U.S. MX. OFF.
Many Models to Choose From
Our Service Department Offers Complete Repair on All Makes of Radios
and Electrical Appliances
Our Service Man formerly with Sherman & Clay in Portland is now on the
job ready to handle any of your service problems.
Heppner Appliance Co.
Next Door to Turner, Van Marter & Co.