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Heppner Gazette Times, Thursday, February 9, 1950
ward, Boardman, farmer.
Nelson, Jean, Lexington, house
wife: Nelson, Norman, Lexing
ton, farmer; Nelson, Alford, Lex
ington, farmer; Nelson, Alford Jr.,
Lexington, farmer; Niekerson,
William, Boardman, farmer; Neill
L. D., Heppner, retired.
rOI JANUARY 19S0
Ontiumiwl from rvi Thrca
Leveque, Louts, Lexington, far
mer; Lundell, A. W., Jone, farm
er; Lundell, Raymond, lone, far
mer; Lundell, Richard, lone, far
mer; Lindsay, James, lone, far
mer. Mackey, Hubert, Cecil, farmer;
Malheny, L. G., Irrigon, mer
chant; Majeske, A. F- Lexington,
farmer; Martin, Hortense, Lex
lngton, housewife; Martin, Ran
dall. Lexington, farmer; Martin,
Myles E., Lexington, farmer
Mankln, Fred, lone, farmer; Man
kin, Beulah, lone, housewife
Marquardt, Chas. A., Lexington,
farmer; Mason, Bert, lone, mcr
chant; Munkers, Frank, Lexing
ton, farmer; Messenger, Truman
E., Lexington, state highway
Miller, H. M., Heppner, farmer
Moore, Clarence, Heppner, labor
er; Moore, Ellen, Heppner, house
wife; Moore, Rollo, Boardman,
farmer; Moore, Russell, Echo, far
mer; Moore, Mrs. Russell, Echo,
housewife; Morgan, Lloyd, lone,
farmer; Morgan, Milton, R., lone,
farmer; Mulkey, Lyle, Irrigon,
farmer; Mulligan, Jack, Board
man, farmer; Myers, Jasper E.,
Heppner, farmer; Mollahan, P. A
Heppner, farmer; McCabe, C. D.,
lone, farmer; McCabe, Earl, lone,
laborer; McCabe, Ernest C, lone,
farmer; McAJister, Chas. R., Lex
ington, retired; McMillan, Sam,
Lexington, farmer; McClintock,
Tress, Heppner, blacksmith; Mo
Curdy, H. D., lone, manager; Mc
Curdy, Harlan Jr., Heppner, book
keeper; McDaniel, Chas. H Hard
man, laborer; McElligott, Chas. T.
lone, farmer; McKinney, Earl,
lone, farmer; McEntire, John Ed.
housewife; Smith. Harvey, lone,
farmer; Smith, Hugh, Heppner,
warehouseman; Smith, irea,
Boardman, merchant; bcharier,
E. R., Heppner, farmer; Schunk,
Albert, Heppner. carpenter; See-,
hater, Wm. G.. lone, farmer;
Shannon, Eldon, Boardman, truck
Shattuck. Lowell G.,
O'Connor, C. C, lone, farmer; ,mllrl Tarmel.. Sherman, M.
urwiCK, r ranees, neppner, nuusc
Padberg, Louis J., lone, farmer;
Partlow, Roy, Boardman, farmer;
Parson, Evelyn, Heppner, house
wife; Payne, Jesse P., Heppner,
engineer; Palmateer, Echo, lone,
housewife; Palmateer, Ted, lone,
farmer; Palmer, Elmer, Heppner,
farmer Frank E. Parker, Heppner,
farmer; Peck, Burton H Lexing
ton, farmer; Peck, Harold K Lex
ington, laborer; Peck, Kenneth,
Lexington, farmer; Petersen, El
mer R., Lexington, laborer; Peter
son, J. O., Heppner, jeweler; Pe
terson, Oscar, lone, farmer; Pet
tyjohn, Fred, lone, farmer; Piper,
Rufus, Lexington, farmer.
Rasmus, J. O., Heppner, labor
er Rands, Josephine, Boardman,
housewife; Rands, Batie, Irrigon,
farmer; Rosewall, W. C, Hepp
ner, automobile dealer; Rosewall,
Virginia, Heppner, housewife;
Rauch, Fred, Lexington, farmer;
Rietmann, David, lone, farmer;
Rietmann, Juanita, lone, house
wife; Rietman Omar, lone, mer
chant; Rietmann, Werner, lone,
farmer; Ring, Harvey, lone, far
mer; Runnion, V. R., Heppner,
salesman; Rutledge, H. D., Irri
Saager, John, druggist; Scrits
mier, Harold, Heppner, mill own
er; Slaughter, Paul, Irrigon, far
mer; Smith, Evelyn, Boardman,
H., Heppner, farmer; Sicard, Geo.
V., Boardman, farmer; mouse,
Kenneth ., lone, farmer; Snider,
George L., lone, farmer; Swag
gart, Gerald, Heppner, farmer;
Snvder. J. B., Heppner, saddlery;
Swanson, A. C, lone, merchant;
Skoubo, Ralph, Boardman, farm
er. Thompson, R. S., Heppner, far
mer; Thompson, Sophrona, Hep
oner, housewife; Thomson, Rod
erick, Heppner, clerk; Thomson,
Jas. G. Jr., Heppner, merchant;
Tash, D. R., Heppner, creamery-
man; Thome. Cecil H lone, lar-
mer; Thorpe, Nathan, Boardman,
farmer; Troedson. Carl W., lone,
farmer; Turner, F. W., Heppner,
merchant; Turner, Sam J., Hepp
ner, farmer; Turner, Virginia,
Van Horn, Harry, Heppner, mer
chant; Van Horn, Viola, Heppner,
housewife; Valentine, James,
Warfield, Jess, lone, farmer;
Wattenberger, Bernice, lone,
housewife; Warren, Clarence, lone
farmer; Wells, Dick, Heppner,
barber; West, Dewey, Boardman,
service station operator; Went
worth, W. R., lone, blacksmith;
Wells, Neva, Heppner, housewife;
White, Gordon, lone, merchant;
Wightman, Hattie, Heppner,
housewife; Wilkinson, Dick, Hep.
pner, farmer; Wilkinson, Frank,
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I 1 tablespoon sugar or honey
I dash salt
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I dash nutmeg
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I in tall glasses; aprinkle with nutmeg.
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AT YOUR STORE OR AT YOUR DOOR
Now is the time to start planning for weed control.
We hare a carload of Chipman 2,4D Ester
arriving February 15. Prices are consid
able reduced fiom last season.
AIR APPLICATION SERVICE AVAILABLE
Also Ammonia Sulfate in stock at a reduced price from
Ammonia Nitrate has been recommended for some areas.
Can obtain prompt shipments.
arrow County Grain Growers. Inc.
I0NE LEXINGTON : HEPPNER
Heppner, farmer; Wilson, Robt.
S., Boardman, farmer; Wright,
Silas D., Heppner, farmer.
Zivney, Henry, Boardman, far
mer. At this time the Court selected
the following judges and clerka
of election boards 1950-1951:
Boardman Judges, Grace Ma
comber, Mabel O. Peck; clerks,
Daisy B. Gillespie, Flossie Coats,
Eightmile Judges, Marjorle
Worden, J. Henry Baker; clerks,
Thomas C. Huston, C. F. Berg-
strom, Hannah Anderson.
Hardman Judges, Walter M.
Wright, Eslie M. Walker; clerks,
M. F. Cork, G. A. Farrens, Jess
lone, First Board Judges, H. E.
Clark, Mary Beckner; clerks, Geo.
N. Ely, Elaine O. Rietmann, Ma
lone, Second Board E. R. Lun.
dell, P. J. Linn; clerks, Helen Mc
Cabe, Gladys Drake, Juanita Riet
mann. Irrigon Judges, E. L. Ruckcr,
A. C. Houghton; clerks, Sedalia
Dexter, Marguerite Houghton, M.
Lexington, First Board Judges,
Viola F. Ruhl, B. H. Peck; clerks,
Delpha Jones, Thelma Smethurst
Lexington, Second Board Judg
es, Bernice Lou, u a. raimer;
clerks, Marie Steagall, Juanita
Martin, Cora Warner.
North Heppner, First Board
Judges, Alta Brown, Eugenia Hus
ton; clerks, Flora D. Nys, Elma
Hyatt, Bertha Johnson.
North Heppner, Second Board
Judges, J. Palmer Sorlien, Ealor
B. Huston; clerks, Roberta Dough
erty, Mrs. James L. Hall, Florence
Pine City Judges, Mabel Vey,
Jasper E. Myers; clerks, Bertha
Ayers, Helen Currin, Faye Finch.
South Heppner, First Board
Judges, R. B. Rice, Gretchen Bar
ratt; clerks, Vera Whillock, Oma
J. Cox, Lola Bennett.
South Heppner, Second Board
Judges, Sadie Parrish, Mary Ele
anor Gilman; clerks, Grace Nick
erson, Sara MoNamer, Delia Dav
fined to her home this week with
A conference of the Legion and
auxiliary of district 11 was held
in Ontario Sunday, Feb. 5. The
president, Fayre Sweek, was un
able to attend due to weather and
road conditions. Mrs. Sweek stat
es, however, that there will be a
second district conference in the
near future. Dates will be an
The school boards, grade 8 and
union high school 1, held their
monthly meeting Saturday eve
ning. This was also the budget
meeting. Each director on the
high school board chose a man
from the district he represented
to serve on the budget committee.
Those chosen were Walter Foree,
Harold Cork, Lyle VanDusen, Bill
Settle and Fred Shank.
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Cox from
the Gilmore ranch came to town
Sweek to consult his doctor and ed as supervisor. The annual re
have some X-rays taken. I port was read by Mr. Farrell.
The Soil Conservation district I This was followed by a general
held its annual meeting Monday, discussion of range seeding and
January 30. In spile of the cold practices as carried out by the
weather and bad roads, there ; a- C. o.
was a good crowd present. Wm.
K. Farrell, county agent, showed
three films, "Home on the Range"
"Under Western Skies," and "For
Years to Come." R. T. Savage,
district conservationist of Baker,
showed some very interesting
slides on conservation in eastern
Oregon. Others present beside the
local board were A. C. L. Jetley,
civil engineer. S.C.S. of Canyon I
City, Harry Pierpont, assistant
engineer, Canyon City; Andy
Burgland, work unit conservation
ist, Canyon City; assistant district
fire warden, Chet Brown, Monu
ment; Jack E. Cavendar, G-I in
structor in Monument and several
omui-mo, vtcuige nuiiwn OI ijOng j
District Warden Red Hender
son, Buss Morehead and assistant
District Warden Chet Brown were
called to John Day on January 21
and 25 to attend a forestry meet
ing. They were accompanied by
their wives. Coming home near
Bales place Mr. and Mrs. Brown
saw a large bob cat cross the
road In front of their car. This
was the first bob cat Mrs. Brown
had ever seen.
Sunday. They were dinner guests , Creek. Jack Legler of Hamilton
of Mr. and Mrs. Chance Wilson. , ard Don Steinbeck, representa-
Mrs. Rita King and son Earl tive of tne InIand Empire Ma
Frank spent Saturday afternoon .chinery Co. of John Day. A pot
Closed Few Days
Due to Weather
By MRS. MILLIE WILSON
Due to sub-zero weather and
bad roads, the schools were clos
ed this week.
Mr. and Mrs. Bill Settle spent
Monday night in John Day. They
returned to their home Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs. Everett Howell of
Top were overnight guests of Mr.
and Mrs. Chance Wilson Monday
night. On Tuesday they accomp
anied Mr. and Mrs. Bill Howell
to their home on Wall creek.
Mrs. Josie Round had the mis
fortune to fall and strike her arm
against a hot stove. It has been
very painful, but is better at this
Mr. and Mrs. Willard Gilman
of Top returned to their home
Tuesday from Burns.
Frank Elder is recovering from
a severe attack of pneumonia. He
is at the home of his mother, Mrs.
Rev. Sidney E. Harris is still
quite sick with an attack of the
flu. Sunday school and church
have had to be postponed for two
Sundays on account of his illness.
Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Musgrave
and children were shopping and
visiting in town Saturday.
Willard Gilman and Carl Cox
moved their cattle Friday from
the Cox ranch to the Gilman
ranch where they will be fed.
Mrs. Ed Round has been con
at the home of her parents, Mr. j
and Mrs. Earl Barnard.
The committee chosen by Mon.
ument grange to choose and as
sign parts for a home talent play,
to be produced in the near fu
ture, has finished its work. It is
now up to the play cast to start
practicing on the play, The Lit
tle Red School House.
Mrs. Laura Simas and Mrs.
Grace Stirritt entertained a group
of their friends Saturday night
with a home made ice cream and
cake dessert aftecwhich the eve
ning was spent in playing cards.
Those present were Mrs. Henry
Durst, Cris Hamilton, Mr. andMrs.
Earl Barnard, Bud Engle, Mr. and
Mrs. Chance Wilson, Mr. and Mrs.
Fred Shank and daughter Laura
Lee, Mr. and Mrs. John Simas,
Mr. and Mrs. George Stirritt. Mr.
and Mrs Ed Round were unable
to be there
Mr. and Mrs. C. N. Wilson were
attending to matters of business
in John Day Friday. They were
accompanied by Henry Durst and
Clyde Cox. Mr. Durst remained in i
John Day at the home of Delbert '
luck lunch was served at noon,
after which a business meeting
was held. H. A. Cupper was elect -
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Lexington and Ion.
For Pickup or
For pickup, call
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Padberg Tractor, Lex
Omar Rietmann, lone
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Complete liability and
medical coverage on all
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Notice of Public Auction of
Morrow County Property
NOTICE is hereby given that certain buildings,
formerly occupied as livable apartments,' now in
the ownership of Morrow County, will be sold at
public auction, Friday, February 17, 1950, at 10
A. M., at the fair grounds in Heppner, Oregon.
Descriptions and additional information may be
obtained at the office of the County Judge in
By Order of the
Morrow County Court
February 8, 1950
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