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Heppner Gazette Times, Thursday, May 5, 1949
FOR SALE Five acres adjoining
Heppner. Six-room house 2
bedrooms; masonite floors;
fruit, berries and shade; bu
tane range, hot water and heat;
full basement; bedroom furni
ture and radio. $8,000.00. Tur
ner, Van Marter & Co. 2tfc
QUALITY considered, we have
the best used car buys in the
state. Rosewall Motor Company
FOK SALE Used Norge refriFer
ator, good condtion. Call 2263.
ASK THE MAN at the pump
about our special price on 13
Koad Ready Service. Rosewall
FOR SALE Good going business
operated on part time basis.
Can be handled in home. See
Gertrude Applegate at Morrow
County Abstract & Title office.
HAS YOUR CAR had Its RI'M Tu
bricatlon this month? Bring it
to us for a real Job and fast
service. Rosewall Motor Com
pany. STRAYED from the Umatilla Na.
tional Forest during the season
of 1948, 2 cows and their calves,
branded 32 on right hip, crop
and split in left ear, underbit
In right ear. $25 reward per
head for the recovery of these
animals. Ralph Reade, Spray,
1IW2 OLDSMOB1LE sedan. "Tlai
Hydramatic drive and new car
appearance. See us for your
your transportation needs.
Rosewall Motor Comany.
TORSALEbne to 2lTgoodmilk
cows, Raymond Batty, Kimber
ley, Oregon. 6-8c
1940 FORD DELUXE club coupe,
FOR SALE $225.00 davenport
and chair set, looks like new.
Must sell because of allergy to
wool. L. L. Pate, Heppner ltfc
i947FORDSuier Deluxe fordor,
low mileage, very clean. Better
see this one. Rosewall Motor
FOR SALE Boy's bicycle, $19.75;
archery set bows, arrows fin
ger tabs, arm guard and quiv
er, $1275; tennis racket, $1; ten
nis racket press, 50c; almost
new bamboo fishing rod,$ 15.
Fhone 17F5. 7c
SUMMONS Equity No. 3761
IN THE nitflMT COURT OF THE
STATE OK OREGON Fur the County t
PAT CUKKAN, Plaintiff,
All th unknown helm of ANNA Mc
BHIDE, decemcd Also all other per
sons or parti ps unknown clafmlnff any
rlifht. title, entate, lien or interent in
the real pHtaie deacribtK. in the com
plaint herein. Defendants.
TO: AH of the unknown heirs of ANNA
MrHRIDK. deeaei. Also all other
persona or pfirtles unknown claiming
any rlk'ht. title, estate, lien or Inter
est In the real estate desrribed in
the complaint herein, Defendants.
IN THE NAME OK THE STATE OF
OREC.ON; You mid each of you are
hereby required to appear and answer
tilnin tiff's romnliilnt filed aKainst you
In the above entitled court and rause
within four weeks from the date of the ,
first publication of this summons upon (
you ana ir you inn 10 so appear or
answer for want thereof, plaintiff will
apply to the above entitled court for
the relief prayed for in his complaint,
to -wit :
For a decree quieting title to the fol
lowing desrribed real property, situate
In Morrow County, State of Oregon, to
The southwest quarter of Section
twenty 2ti) In Township two (2)
nnrlh Ranee twentv-six (26 east
of the Willamette Meridian, in Mor-
row County, Oregon;
and that It be adjudged and decreed
that the plaintiff is the owner 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 void, and that each and all
of you and all persons or parlies claim
ing by. through or under you be for
ever barred and restrained of and
from all claim, right, title and Interest
In and to said real property and every
part thereof, and for such other and
further relief as may be Just and equit
able. This summons Is served upon you
by publication thereof once a week for
four successive weeks In the Heppner
Gazette Times, a newspaper of general
circulation, published in Morrow Coun
ty Oregon. purMiant to an order of
the Hon. Garnet Harratt. Judge of the
County Court fur Morrow County. Ore-
whirh order is naieu a pni u
ittja' iia ,1nti nf the first oulillol'
linn'nl thin numtnona Is April i4. 1941).
JOS. J. NYS.
Attorney fnr Plaintiffs.
Residence nnil Pout Office Address
NOTICE TO CBEDITORS
Notice In hereby given that the un
dersigned has been duly appointed exe
cutrix of the InM Will wl Testament
and estate of S. O. Mi'MlllHn, rim-rased,
hy the Probata Court "t the State nf
Oregon for the County nf Morrow and
has accepted aurh trust. All persons
having claims ngnlnst said estate are
herehy required to present the same to
the executrix at tne oince o, j. w.
Turner in n.., --
'of This" UVlce. Dated and 'first
published at Heppner, Oregon, thla fin
day of April, llMli
J. O. Turner. Attorney,
NOTICE OF SALE OP REAL PROP
ERTY BY ADMINISTRATRIX
IN THE PHOHATB COURT OF THK
STATE OF OREGON FOK THE
COUNTY OF MOltHOW.
In the Matter of the ESTATE OF S. J.
Notice Is hereby given, that pursuant
tn an nr.loi- made and entered. In Bald
Court and Causa, on the 11th day of
Arll 1!U1 Itv the lion, darnel Bar-
ratt, authorizing and directing said
administratrix to sell real property of
the estate of S. J. Devine. deceased,
that I will, on and after the Kith day
of May, 1949, at the hour of 1(1:00 A.
M at the office of J. O. Turner In
Heppner, Oregon, offet for sale and
soil to the highest bidder for cash In
hand, the following described real pro
NKVa of Section Two (2), Township
One (1), South, Range 25 E.W.M, In
Morrow County, Oregon; H'4 of the
NWV4 of Section 25; W'4 of Section
85; SMi of NE4 of Section 20. all
In Township One (1) North, Range
25 E.W.M. Ill Morrow County, Slate
The administratrix reserves the right
to reject any and all bids.
Dated this lllh day of April. 1949.
MARY PEARL DEVINE.
Administratrix of the estate
4-8 of 8. J. Devine, deceased.
NOTICE OF SALE OF COUNTY
BY VIRTUE OF AN ORDER OF
1948 Chevrolet Aero
Sedan. Over $600 ac
cessories on this one.
New car guarantee
1947 Chevrolet Sedan
Dlx. Lots of accessor
ies. Can't tell it from
new and of course a
..New car guarantee..
1937 Ford Pickup-it's
clean. Sure, we guar
antee it too.
1941 Dodge Coupe
Radio, heater, looks
and runs like new guar
1946 Ford Coupe-It
has new paint, new
motor and runs like a
new car. Guaranteed.
1935 Ford Sedan It
is old-sold as is. Runs
fair. Special this week
$55.00 Total Price
Why gamble? Buy with
FOR SALE New Hampshire red
fryers, 3-4 pounds, 40c per pound
alive. Adde Salter, lone. 7-8-ap
FOR SALE 22x33 Harris com
bine, 16 foot cut. In good con
dition. Phone 2203 or Write Box
42, Helix, Oregon. 710c
THE COUNTY COURT, dated Ap
1 ril 7, 1919, I am authorized and
! directed to advertise and sell at
! public auction at not less than
the minimum price herein set
All of the South Half of the
Northeast Quarter of Section
20 in Township 5 North,
Range 27 E.W.M. lying North
of the O. W. R. & N. Right of
Way in Morrow County, Ore
gon for the minimum price of
$3.00 per acre, cash.
The North Half, the North
Half of the Northwest Quar
ter of the Southwest Quarter
and all that portion of the
South Half lying Southeast of
the main canal of Section Jb,
Township 5 North, Range 26
E.W.M. Morrow County, Ore
gon for the minimum price
of $2.00 per acre, cash.
The South Half of the North
the South Half of the North
Half of the Northeast Quarter
and the South Half of North
east Quarter of Secton 17 and
the West Half of the South
east Quarter of Section 17, all
In Township 4 North, Range
25 E. W M. for the minimum
price of $1.65 per acre, cash.
Therefore, I will, on the 14th
day of May, 1919 at the hour of
10:00 A. M., at the front door of
the Court House in Heppner, Ore-
eon, sell said property to the
hlehest and best bidder.
C. J. D. BAUMAN, Sheriff,
Morrow County, Oregon.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS No. 61.B1B
In the Circuit Court of the State of
Oregon for the county oi muunoman,
Notice la herehy given that the un
dersigned has been appointed adminis
trator with will annexed, of the estate
of John C. Rice, deceased, by the Cir
cuit Court of the State of Oregon for
Multnomah County, and has qualified
All persons having claims against Bald
eslate are hereby notified to present the
same, duly verified aa by law required,
(o the undersigned at 320 Lumbermen's
Hulldlng, I'ortland, Oregon, within alx
months from the date hereof.
Dated and fit st published April 21.
Lost publication May 19, 1949.
HOHKHT O. CI.OSTERMANN.
Robert O. Clostormann
,)rnpv a, Law.
NOTICE TO TAXPAYERS
Aplll 21. 1949
Notice Is hereby given that on the
second Monday In May (Monday. May
9 1949) the Hoard of Equalization of
Morrow County, Oregon, will convene
at the Court house in Heppner. Oregon,
anil publicly examine the assessment
rolls of the said county for the year
of 1949-1950 and will correct any errors
In valuation, description or quality of
land, lots or other property assessed
hy the Assessor of Morrow County.
Oregon, as of January 1, 1949.
All persons Interested or having any
COIIlltlll hits nmilnst their assessments
for the year 194H-1949. should appear
at this time. Petitions for the reduction
in assessment must be in writing and
must be tiled with the Board the first
week it Is in session. Any petition or
application not so made, verified and
riled shall not ne cunswereu or ncieu
mion hv the Hoard.
Hated at Heppner, Oregon, April 21,
W. O. DIX, Assessor.
5-7 Morrow County, Oregon.
IN THE JUSTICE'S COURT OF THE
STATE Or OKKUOIN fUK the
SIXTH DISTRICT OF MORROW
K. W. MOVER, Plaintiff,
CHESTER KEETON and IRENE K EE
TON, husband and wife, Defendants.
TO CHESTER K F.ETON AND IRENE
IN TUB NAME OF THK STATE OF
DHEOON; You and each of you are
liereby required to appear and answer
plaintiff's complaint filed against you
In the above entitled Court within four
week! from the data of ina urn puD
1947 Ford Super Deluxe tudor se
dan. Pay down $475.00. Rose
wall Motor Company.
1937 Dodge truck with flat bed.
Pay down $165.00 Rosewall Mo
ROOMS FOR RENT 205 Gale
street. Harley Wright. 7-10p
QUESTION: Why are the New
Ford trucks called Bonus Built
ANSWER: Because Ford trucks
have uilt nto them extra stren
gth over and above what it
takes to do the Job. Webster's
dictionary says a bonus Is a
sum given, or paid, over and
above what Is required.
FOR SALE Full blooded Collie
pups, male $25, female $20.
Ross Biatt, Spray, Ore., next to
Frank Coffman's. 7-9p
IF YOU are planning on buying
a new truck or car Clarence
Rosewall wants to see you.
DON'T FORGET cemetery clean
up day, Saturday, May 7.
1929 FORD TUDOR
1932 FORD PICKUP
1930 FORD CLUB COUPE
Make us an offer. Rosewall
O. M. YEAGER measures and in
stalls beautiful American
Beauty Venetian blinds. Also
high quality cloth window
NOW IS THE TIME to step in toMODERN SEVEN ROOM HOUSE
a better car for summer driv-, )"?. .A . I
ing. Keep your eye on our used ROOM- NEW GAS RANGE GAS
car lot for vour transoortation H0T WATER, DOUBLE PLUMB
car 101 ior your transportation . wvicn crura vfars
needs. Rosewall Motor Com
CALL AT YEAGER'S for all kinds
of window and picture glass. 7
ROSY SAYS: It's amazing how
many people bought new and
used cars and truck from Rose
wall Motor Company during
April. It Just proves that cus
tomers like to trade at home
where they can get dependable
MARTIN ROOFING CO., of Walla
Walla will be operating in this
area about May 15. Write us
for estimates. 7-8c
I REPAIR and sell telephones,
new and old. Wm. Lee Mc
Jlcatlon of thla Summona, and If you
full to so appear or answer, for want
thereof, plaintiff will apply to tne
above entitled court for the relief
prayed for in hla complaint to-wlt:
For the Immediate possession of
the Weat 50 feet of lot eleven (11).
Block 2, Looney'a Addition to the
City of Heppner. Morrow County.
Oregon, lying South of the center
of the main channel of Willow
Creek, In said city and state.
Thia summona ia served upon you by
order of J. O. Hager. Justice of the
Peace, for Sixth District of Morrow
County. Oregon, which order Is dated
April 30. 1949. and the date of first
publication of thia aummona la April 21,
J. O. HAGER,
Justice of the Peace.
J. O. TURNER
Attorney for Plaintiff.
P. O, Address, Heppner. Oregon, 6-9
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
STATE OF OREGON FOR THE
COUNTY OF MORROW
KENNETH BATTY and VERN BATTY,
husbasd and wife. Plaintiffs,
F. M. MILLER, et al.. Defendant.
TO: The unknlwn helra of George D.
Fell, deceased: the unknown helra
of Lula E. Prophet, deceaaed; also
all other peraona or parties un
known claiming any right, title, es
tate, lien or interest In the real
estate deacribed herein,
IN THE NAME OF THE STATE OF
OREGON; You are hereby required to
appear and anawer the complaint filed
against you In the above entitled court
and cause within four weeks from the
date of first publication of thla sum
mons and If you fail to appear and
anawer. for want thereof, the plaintiff
will apply to the court for relief as
prayed for In the said complaint, to
wlt: For a decree that the plaintiff la
the owner In fee almple of the follow
ing deacribed real property, situated
in Morrow County, State of Oregon,
All of Block 1, Fergeraon'a Second
Addition to the Town of Hardman.
In the County of Morrow. State of
Oregon. The Weat half of the
Southeast quarter, also beginning
at a point 24 rods. 13 H feet North
of the Southweat corner of Section
38, Township 4 South of Range 25.
E. W. M thence North 20 rods.
thence East 10 rods, thence South
20 rods, fhence Weat 10 rods to
the place of beginning. (Tract 16).
Beginning 20 rods East of the
Southweat corner of Section 36.
Township 4 South of Range 26,
thence East 35 rods, thence North
80 rods, thence west 56 roda thence
South 35 roda. and three feet, thence
East 20 rods, thence South 44 roda
and 13Vj feet to the place of begin
nlng. (Tract 17). Also beginning 56
rods East of the Southweat corner
of Section 36. Township 4 South of
Range 25. E. W. M., thence East
105 roda thence North 160 roda.
thence Weat 100 roda, thence South
80 roda, thence West 5 roda, thence
South 80 rodB to the place of be
ginning, all In Section 86, Townahlp
4 South of Range 25, E. W. M
The Northeast quarter of the
Northeast quarter of Section 3 EX
CEPT the North 4 chalna and 80
feet, sometimes known and dea
rribed as Traota 21 and 26; ALSO,
beginning at a point 80 feet South
and 845 feet East of the Northwest
corner of the Northeast quarter
of the Northeast quarter of Section
8. thence South 264 feet, thence
East 90 feet, thence North 264 feet,
thence Weat 90 feet to the place of
beginning, also deacribed aa Tract
No. 20: ALSO, beginning 80 feet
8outh and 80 feet East of the
Northwest corner of the Northeaat
quarter of the Northeast quarter
of Section 8 and running thence
South 4 chalna, thence Eaat 2.26
chalna. thence North 4 chalna
thence West 2.26 chalna to the place
of beginning. (Tract No. 9). The
South half of the Northeaat quar
ter of Section S: Alio the North
tut quarter of the South eaat quar
GET OUR PRICES and our deal
on a new truck before you buy.
If you don't see us we both
lose money. Rosewall Motor
FOR SALE Model 51 Interna
tional combine, equipped with
Calkins V-belts and Morrison
spreader, also large chaff col
lector. Art Ritchei. lone. 7-8p
WANTED 100 cars to paint in
our DeVilbiss spray booth.
Rosewall Motor Company.
THE AUTHORIZED representa
tive of the Singer Sewing Ma
chine Co. will be in Heppner
and vicinity May 16 to May 20.
Orders will be taken for new
machines and vacuum clean
ers. All makes of sewing ma
chines repaired. All work guar
anteed. Free estimate In your
home. Please write to Singer
Sewing Machine Co., care Gen
eral Delivery, Heppner. Singer
Sewing Machine Co., 420 South
Main St., Pendleton, Ore. 6-8c
WE DO fende bumping and
painting. Rosewall Motor Com
pany. FOR SALE International TD-6
tractor 600 hours. Contact E.
E. Rugg, phone 13F11, Heppner.
HAVE you txeid the new Ford
M8-6th St, Independence, Ore.
ING, LOT 56X160, SEVEN YEARS
OLD, CONCRETE FOUNDATION.
ALL FOR ONLY $4500.00 OR
WILL TRADE FOR HEPPNER
TURNER, VAN MARTER & CO.
WE HAVE new and rebuilt mo
tors to fit Ford cars and trucks
for the last 21 years. 4-cylinder
motors 6-cylinder motors, V-8
motors, 60 horse power motors,
85 horse power motors, 90 horse
power motors and 100 horse
power motors. You can buy a
motor and pay for it on con
venient monthly payments.
Rosewall Motor Company.
FORDS AND FRIENDS is our
business. Rosewall Motor Com
ter of Section 8 EXCEPT: Begin
nlng at the Northwest corner of
the Southeast quarter of the South
east quarter of Section 3. running
thence North 7.36 chalna to the
middle of the County Road, thence
Eaat 8 chalna thence South 63 de
grees East 13.66 chains, thence
South 64 links to the Northeast
corner of aald Southeast quarter of
the Southeast quarter of said Sec
tion 8; thence West to the point of
beginning. ALSO beginning at
point 1.25 chalna North of the
Southwest corner of the Northwest
Quarter of the Southwest quarter
of Section 2, thence East 8.55
chalna, thence North 1.42 chains,
thence Weat 8.55 chains, thence
South 1.43 chalna to the place of
beginning, Townahlp 5 South of
Range 25. East of the Willamette
And that the plaintiff la the owner
In fee simple of the said premises, free
of any right, title, estate, lien or In
tereat of you and each of you, and that
you or any of you have no right title,
estate, lien or Interest In the aald land.
or any part thereof, and perpetually
restrain and enpoin you, and each of
you, your helra and assigns, from as
serting or claiming any right title, es
tate, lien or Interest in he said land
or any part thereof, adverse to the
Thla summona la served upon you by
publication thereof for four consecutive
weeks In the Heppner Gazette Tlmea
by order of the Honorable Homer I.
Watts. Circuit Judge of the County of
Morrow. State of Oregon, which order
was made and entered on the 27th day
of April. 1949, and the first date '
thia publication is May 6. 1949.
P. W. MAHONEY
Poatoffice Address: Heppner.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
STATE OF OREGON FOR THE
COUNTY OF MORROW
ELENORE PATZER. Plaintiff
SALMER PATZER. Defendant.
To SALMER PATZER Defendant.
IN THE NAME OF THE STATE OF
OREGON: You are hereby required to
appear and danswer the complaint
filed against you In the above entitled
suit within four weeks from the date
of the first publication of this sum
mons. And It you fail to answer, ap
pear or otherwise plead herein, for
want thereof, the plaintiff will apply
to the above entitled Court for a De
cree of absolute Divorce from you.
Thla summons Is published pursuant
to an order made and entered herein
by the Hon. Garnet Barratt, Judge of
the County Court, of the State of
Oregon, on the 4th day of May, 1949.
Dated and first published this 5th
day of May, 1949, at Heppner, Oregon.
- J. O. TURNER
Attorney for Plaintiff
P. O. Address Heppner. Oregon.
ROTICB Or SALE OF BEAIi
IN THE COUNTY COURT OF THE
STATE OF OREGON FOR THE
COUNTY OF MORROW
In the Matter of the Guardainshlp of
the person and estate of BEVERLY
ANN BURNSIDE, LORETTA MA
RIB BURNSIDE and SARAH MAE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
th undersigned guardian of the per
son and eatate of the above named
minora, will from and after the 4th
day of June, 1949, at the law office of
P. W. Mahoney at Heppner, Oregon,
offer for aale and sell at private sale
for caah for the best offer, all of the
following deacribed real property, to
wlt: The Southwest quarter of the
Southwest quarter of Section IS:
the- South half of the Southeast
quarter of Section U: the North
west quarter of the Northwest
quartar ot Section 34. (11 in Town-
Turn Heat on John
Day to Win, 171
By Millie Wilson
The local high school baseball
team drove to John Day last
Thusrday to play Grant Union
high school. They came home
well pleased with their victory of
17-1. Many local people traveled
with the team and cheered them
on to victoy. Ths has been our
best high shcool team in many
years. On May 6 Spray will bring
her strong team to Monument to
play ou Savages. It is generally
conceded that Spray has been
our toughest opponent to date.
Mr. and Mrs. Ted Carter and
Mr. and Mrs. Glen Merritt and
son spent the week-end with Mr.
and Mrs Victor Lovgren.at their
ranch on Eight Mile and also
visited in Hardman.
Hiram Cook made a business
trip to The Dalles Monday, re
Mr. and Mrs. M. W. Hines and
daughter Ginger were Sunday
visitors at Lonerock with Mr. and
Mrs. Homer Davis and Mr. and
Mrs. Ben Rogers.
Mr. and Mrs. Stan Hadley and
son were visiting Mrs. Betty Sheel
here Saturday from Fossil.
Mr. and Mrs. Ray Barnes spent
the week-end at Baker visiting
Mrs. Barnes's parents.
Mack Samples was transferred
from the factory to Camp 5 where
he will work at the landing.
Preston Medlock moved his
family from Camp 5 to Kinzua
this week-end. He will cut logs
on a spur from Kinzua.
CALL FOR BIDS
The City of Heppner, Oregon,
is calling for bids on the follow
ing piece of equipment:
One road maintainer with
or without hydraulic con
trol with a ten foot blade
and a loader.
Bids will be opened on the
night of Monday, May 16, 1949
by the council at their regular
meeting. The council reserves the
right to reject any or all bids.
FOR SALE Netted Gem seed po
tatoes. See Dr. McMurdo. 7-8c
ahlp 4 South of Range 24, East of
the Willamette Meridian, SUBJECT
TO the dower right of Esther
subject to approval and confirmation
by the above entitled Court
DATED and first published this 5th
day of May, 1349.
P. W. MAHONEY
Attorney for Guardian
If you ore interested in a wonderful vocation with your expenses paid.
Heppner Motors has a plan whereby you can order a wonderful new Kaiser or Fra
zer automobile and take delivery at the factory.
Yes, you can save up to $300 in freight and handling charges and pay for that long
awaited vacation with the savings.
We make all arrangements. Just place an order now and we can arrange for im
mediate delivery for you at Willow Run, Michigan. Go by plane rail or bus to De
troit, Michigan and then drive away your new Kaiser or Frazer and see America
from there. ,
The Tht ill of a Liftime. See us for Full Details.
TRAVELER Factory Delivery, $2,088.00
We also have a number of good used cars at reduced prices.
North Main Street
daughter Susan spent Sunday
visiting Mr. and Mrs. cnance
May 1 was a big day for the
opening of Lee Fleming's new
skating rink. There was a large
crowd, many of which stayea to
spend the evening skating.
Scott Furlong from Heppner
came over early Monday morn
ing. He was accompanied by Mrs.
Doc Hinton is home from the
Hans Hansen ranch where ne
has been employed for some
Johnnie Stussi and Doc Ward
from Long Creek were in town
Four new typewriters were de
livered to the high school this
week by Ryder Bros. The students
are pleased with them.
Mr. and Mrs. Tim Lovgren left
Friday for Heppner to spend the
Mr. and Mrs E. P. Johns from
Prairie City visited his son Earl
Johns and family Sunday. They
were accompanied by Earl's bro
ther and wife, Mr. and Mrs. Don
ald Johns from John Day.
Mr. and Mrs. Emory Moore and
Mrs. H. J. Shank were business
visitors in John Day Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Page re
turned to their home in Monu
ment Monday. The Pages spent
the winter in Canada.
Logging operatons have stop- j
.... , .nlnn nrA hart '
pea UUe IO uie iaui9 biiu
Mr and Mrs. Patteson and dau
ghter Phyllis went to Condon on
Monday to consult a doctor.
Relatives from Idaho are vsit
iting Mr. and Mrs. Dick Williams
Laura Simas left Wednesday
on the stage for Ironsides where
she will spend some time visiting
her daughter and husband, Mr.
and Mrs. Bruce Lefton.
George Sterritt and Chance
Wilson drove to Hamlton Wed
nesday afternoon. They visited
the Tom Ross sawmill Deiow
Plans are being formulated by
the high school for the annual
junior-senior banquet to be held
the evening of May 7. The Home
Ec class, under the direction of
Mrs. McLaughlin will prepare
teh dinner. It will be served by
the under classmen. Honored
guests will be the parents of the
upper classmen and school board
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Sweek re
turned Friday from a week's stay
Boyer's Cash store has install
ed a new meat case which is an
added attractoin in the grocery,
lone High School
The Gypsie Rover
A Romantic Musical Comedy
Thursday, May 12, 49
8 o'clock P. M.
General admission 50c
Reserved Seats 75c
IONE SCHOOL GYMNASIUM
Over 51 Million
THI MAYTAO CHIEFTAIN, Amer
ica'! Inert low-priced waaber ... a
genuine M&yUf in every na lac
Heppner Hdw.6K Electric
There is one priced to
fit your budget. Easy
terms liberal trade-
in. Come in and see a
demonstration of the
that has built the
THE MAYTAO MASTM.
Finest Maytag everl Huge,
aluminum tub holda mora;
THE MAYTAO COMMANDER,
with larce Ktuare porcelain tub and
bat efficient Gyrafoam $J 95