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Heppner Gazette Times, Thursday, February 23, 1950
lone Captures '50
By MliS. KC1IO PALMATEER
lone high school won the Little
Wheat league championship here
Tuesday evening of last week by
defeating Umatilla 3418. lone
players and their points were:
Kobert Peterson, 16; Gerald Peter
son; John Bristow, 8; Gene Do
herty, 5; and Jimmy Pettyjohn,
4. Substitutes were Joel Barnett,
1; Donald Eubanks and Ronald
Baker, Francis Ely is the coach.
The grade school defeated Lex
ington there last week and Con
don there Saturday, 18-10. This is
the first time Condon has been
beaten. The graders played 13
games. Among them were Arl
ington and The Dalles. The- vol
leyball girls defeated Lexington
A stork shower was given in
honor of Mrs. Ted Palmateer at
the Legion hall Thursday after
noon. She received many lovely
gifts. Mrs. Pete Cannon and Mrs.
Robert DeSpaln assisted her with
the gifts. Cake and coffee were
served in the dining room from
tables decorated in pink and blue.
Hostesses were Mesdameg Krnest
McCabe, John Eubanks, Robert
DeSpain, Darrell I'adberg, Gordon
White, Garland Swanson, Milton
Morgan and Mrs. Walter Corley.
The first and second grades,
the fifth and sixth grades and
the high school had Valnetine
parties in the afternoon one day
last week. The third and fourth
grades under the direction of Mis.
Algott Lundell gave a program in
the afternoon of Feb. 14 and had
their mothers and brother and
sisters as guests.
The seventh and eighth grades
enjoyed a treasure hunt on Feb.
14. The treasurer, after following
clues such as exchanging post
office keys, tried for other clues' as Mammy; Bill Hubbard as Ras-
which were found in A. C. Swan- t us, and uengm ciuuie as jt-miy.
son's store. They were popcorn The play was coached by Miss
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Seed Treatments Ceresan
Phone 33F 11 or 1 1 1 1 lone
balls made by their mothers, and
their teacher, Mrs. Linn.
The seventh and eighth grades
entertained their parents and
friends with a Vaelntine party
and program Wednesday evening
of last week. The program, direc
ted by their teacher, Mrs. Carl
Linn, was as follows: Song,
"Mammy's Little Honey Chile"
by 7th and 8th grade boys; a skit
"KEni. Meenie. Minie Mo," by
7th grade bovs: skit, "Who Is
That Man?" Shirlee McCabe and
Revprlv Carev: Dlavlet. "Memor
ies" by all; skit, "Keel ruaing
Hood." 8th grade bovs: reading.
Lincoln and Washington," Paul
Barnett; song, "Dear Hearts and
Gentle People," by all; balloon
stunts directed bv E. S. Stuitz and
Carl Linn; square dancing wun
Bob Crowell calling, followed the
program. Refreshments were ser
ved by the mothers.
Ttio hltrh ehftri nrpspnted I
one-act play. "Mystery of thf?
Tapping keys," Monday after,
noon. Characters were Donald
Eubanks as Rolando Blackborne;
Fern Jones as Arlissa Blackborne;
Rodger Kincaid as Jack McKee;
Mary Bracken. The beginners
band, led by Alan uooenson,
played several numbers.
Mrs. usman Simmons ana jvirs.
Earl Burke of Kelso, Wash, visit
ed their sister and sister-in-law,
Mrs. John Ransier, over the week
end. They were returning home
from Phoenix, Ariz, and also
stopped at Pullman, Wash, to
visit Mrs. Simmons daughter
Joan who is attending Washing
ton Slate college.
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Bergstrom were
Walla Walla visitors last week.
They visited Artie Jackson, Mrs.
Bergstrom's father, at the veter
The HEC of. Willows grange
met at the Ernest Heliker home
Friday with a pot luck dinner at
noon. In the afternoon the busin
ess meeting was held and com
mittees appointed for the year.
Lunch of pie, ice cream and cof
fee was served by Mrs. Heliker,
Mrs. Berl Akers and Mrs. John
Bryson. Mrs. Don Heliker received
the door prize.
The following officers were in
stalled by the Rebekahs Thurs
day evening: Noble grand, Miss
I Mary Brackett; vice grand, Mrs.
Tnlm Kritmv as
I. Runner as Jnhnnv Black- Ernest McCabe; secretary, Mrs
borne; Joan Reininger as Mrs. E. R. Lundell; treasurer. Mrs. -Ma
Clarissa Melburn; Dolores Drake ry Swanson; Warder, Mrs. Pete
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Hunting and Fishing Supplies
and Licenses at Aiken's Sport Center.
There will be crow and magpie hunts and
big buck contest.
Help get the rabbits. Hunting them is sport.
Cannon; conductor, Mrs. Donald
Ball; musician, Mrs. Kcho Palma
teer; chaplain, Mrs. Lewis Ball;
RSNG. Mrs. Francis Kly; LSN'G,
Mrs. Ida Coleman; RSVG, Mis.
Paul Pettyjohn; LSVG, Mrs. Kay
Warmuth; inside guardian, Mrs.
Etta Bristow; outside guardian,
Mrs. Sam Esteb. Refreshments
were served by Mrs. Cleo Drake,
Mrs. Ida Coleman, Mrs. Ray War
muth and Mrs. Pete Cannon.
George Griffith underwent a
tonsillectomy in Pendleton Thurs.
day. He was accompanied to Pen
dleton by his mother, Mrs. Fannie
The lone Garden club met with
the Lexington Garden club at the
Orville Cutsforth home Tuesday
of last week. There were 10
present from here. The groups
enjoyed slides of flowers and gar
dens shown by Mrs. Cutsforth,
and a talk on azaleas by Mrs.
Munkers. Lunch of cookies, tea
and coffee was served.
O. E. Palmateer of Salem visit
ed at the homes of H. O. Ely and
Mrs. Echo Palmateer Wednesday
of last week. He is a cousin of
Mrs. Ely. He shows movies to
schools in Oregon for the Stand
ard Oil company and was on his
way to Heppner to attend a Jun
ior chamber of commerce meet
ing. The lone extension unit met at
the home of Mrs. Ernest Heliker
Monday. A dyeing demonstration
was given by Mrs. L. A. McCabe
and Mrs. G. Hermann. They show
ed how color could be taken out
of material, and dyed woolen
materials. A business meeting
was held after lunch, led by the
president, Mrs. N'oel Dobyns. The
next meeting, March 3. will be
streamline sewing and a blouse
will be made. The meeting will
be at the Ernest Heliker home
from 9 a. m. until 4 p. m. Anyone
wanting to make footstools in
April should get in touch with
Mrs. Noel Dobyns.
. Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Roundy
and children spent Sunday at
Kennewick. Their daughter Julia
stayed for a longer visit.
Mr. and Mrs. Phil Griffin, Mrs.
Lana Padberg and Mrs. John Bry.
son were Pendleton visitors Mon
day. Mrs. Gordon White was a Port
land visitor last week. Her son
Charles returned home with her
for a few days. He is a student
at Pacific university.
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Davis of
Umatilla are guests of the Gordon
The following officers were
elected at a meeting of the Co
operative church Sunday: Sunday
school superintendent, Frederick
Martin; assistant, Adon Hamlett;
deacons. E. M. Baker, Ronald Ba.
ker, Mrs. Frank Engelman, and
Mrs. Dale Ray; deaconesses, Mrs.
Alfred Shirley, Mrs. Victor Riot
mann. Mrs. Delia Corson, Mrs.
Cleo Drake and Mrs. Echo Palmu-
eer; church board, E. M. Baker,
Mrs. Omar Rielmann, Mrs. Frank
Sngelman, Mrs. Dale Ray, Mrs.
Mary Swanson and Mrs. Delia
Corson; alternates, Mrs. Wm. See
hafer, Mrs. Marion Palmer and
Mrs. E. M. Baker. A motion was
passed that an amendment be
made changing the church fiscal
,-ear to Sept. 1 and have the an
nual meeting in September each
year. This will be voted on at a
tuture church meeting. The fi
nance committee reported that
)l?ns were being made for re
roofing the church. It was report
ed that the parsonage was badly
n need of repairs. A gas stove
has been installed in the Congre.
ijationnl church which was do
nated by Alfred Nelson. David
"tirlmanh furnished the gas
tanks. Frederick Martin donated
i hot water heater. The meeting
was preceded by a potluck dinner
-t noon in the Congregational
Mrs. Wate Crawford and son
Arthur are in Portland with her
daughter, Mrs. John Vorhees, who
Little Linda Hoover of Pendle
ton is visiting her aunt, Mrs. E.
Mr. rnd Mrs. Walter Corley are
in Portland where he went for a
Mr. and Mrs. C lyde Dcnney of
Portland were week end visitors
Mr. end Mrs. Bert Mason left
"or their home in Oak Grove last
The Riy Hoimbigners stayed at
l,e Lloyd Rice home about four
; v? last week as the water was
o high around their house they
,wv unable to gel in.
Marion Palmer received a brok.
n 1-one in his heel Thursday
vhi-n he fell from a telephone
Continued Page 4
sued at the Portland office of the
Game Commission it was an
nounced today by Charles Lock
wood, Slate Game Director.
The crow hunter must have a
hunting license and a special
free permit to shoot on the area.
The permits will expire at the
end of each month and a new
permit will be issued upon re
quest at the Portland office.
The areas where crow shooting
will be allowed will be changed
monthly to allow for crow migrat
ions and to provide for the least
possible interference with winter
ing waterfowl and upland game
birds, said Lock'wood. This is the
first time the Game Commission
has conducted a crow shoot on
the area, and until some experi
ence is gained, the shooting suc
cess Is not expected to be high.
A map of the Sauvies Island
Management Area showing the
crow shooting section will ac
company each permit. Crow
hunting areas will also be mark
ed with special signs. Lockwood
stressed that the permits only
allow hunting on the designated
areas on state-owned land and
are not a license or authority to
trespass on private property.
an estimated value for Items of
family living furnished by the
Net farm income is derived
frm the difference between in
ventories at the begining and end
of the year and from a detailed
account of all receipts and expen
ditures in connection with the
veteran's farm business.
from an employed trainer reports
as compensation from productive
labor all wages received, whether
in cash or in kind. Farm trainees
received the necessary VA form
(No. 7-1922) early this year.
As part of their course training,
they generally receive assistance
from their instructors in closing
their books for the past year, and
A veteran taking his training j in transferring date to form.
NOTICE OF RURAL DISTRICT SCHOOL BOARD BUDGET MEETING
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, in compliance with Section 110
1207 OCLA as amended by Chapter 393 Oregon Law 1913 and Chap
ter 345 Oregon Law 1945 as amended by Chapter 591 Oregon Laws
1947, to the legal voters of the Rural School District of Morrow Coun
ty, Oregon, that a meeting will be held at the Courthouse in Hepp
ner, Oregon, on the 15th day of March, 1950, at 3:00 o'clock p. m.
for the purpose of discussing the budget of the Rural School Board
for the fiscal year beginning July 1st, 1950 and ending June 30, 1951,
hereinafter set forth.
1950 - - 1951
G I Veteran Trainees
Advised Relative to
The Veterans Administration
local representative, Charles M.
Cox, today reminded Oregon Vet.
erans taking G. I. Bill institution
al on-the-farm training from
whom earning reports will be re
quired. Failure to submit the re
ports before the deadline, the VA
warned, may result in suspen
sion of subsistence payments until
such time as the reports are re
ceived. The earnings reports covering
only income from productive lab
or for the calander year 1949
are used by VA as the basis for
adjusting each veteran's subsis
tence for the current year.
The annual earnings report is
based upon farm accounting rec
ords kept by the veteran trainee
as part of his course of instruc
In the case of a veteran operat
ing a farm for himself under the
training program, income from
productive labor is computed by
deducting from his yearly net
farm income these two items; (1)
the interest on his capital invest
ment and (a) an amount for un
paid family labor. He then adds
1. Estimated available cash on hand at beginning of the
2. Estimated receipts from delinquent taxes
3 Amounts received from other sources
Heppner Ph. 112
The Dalles Phone 263S
114 E. 2nd St
"We Go Anvwhere.Anytime"
A. District Superintendent salary
B. Clerical and legal -
Postage, telephone and telegraph 200.00
4. Elections and publicity iw.uu
Board expenses, travel, etc 1.000.00
Office equipment 300.00
7. Curriculum and professional library luu.uu
Fixed charges 300.00
9. Emergency 13.7.00
Total VcttmnteH FYnenriitures .... $10,735.00
1. Total estimated expenditures jiu.io.j.w
2. Deduct total estimated receipts and available cash
balance 73o 0
3. Amount necessary to balance the budget iu,uw.ihj
Emergency Aid Fund for Local Districts 5.GO0.0O
5. Total to be raised by taxation io.wju.uu
fi Arid established amount of taxes that will not be
SIGNED Henry Tetz
Chairman, Board of Directors
Dated February 16, 1950
Approved by Budget Committee:
SIGNED C. K. Peck
Secretary, Budget Committee
Oscar E. Peterson
Chairman, Budget Committee
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AFTER MARCH 1 THE PRICE WILL BE DOUBLE .
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Special Crow Shoot
Permits Issued For
Sauvies Island Area
rvrmits for shooting crows on
the Scuvies 'island Game Man
fjement Area are now being is-
A N A H I S T
New Cvld Remedy
Chapter 564, Oregon Laws 1949 requires that license plate shall be displayed on
dogs at all times.
C. J. D. BAUMAN, Shei iff and Tax Collector
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