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Heppner Gazette Times, Thursday, April 13, 1950
Persons wishing licenses or '
. . iriMius winning iti-vnt- ur
A Irlvr !l ns" Examiner ! permits to drive are asked to get
uill be on fluty in Hrppner Tues
flav Aiiril IK ut the Hv Hal he
twecn Ihe hours of If) a.m. and
4 t m , aconrdinp to an announce
ment reeeiverl from Ihe Secretary
of Sl.'iTe's office.
in touch with the examiner well
ahead of the scheduled closing
hour in order to assure comple
tion of their applications with a
minimum of delav.
From where I sit ... Joe Marsh
Gabby Enjoys Going
to The Dentist
One of my molar u giving me
bad time Tuesday afternoon, so 1
(lipped over to Doe Jones, hoping
to catch him free. When 1 arrived.
Cabby Jackson was sitting there
reading a magazine. I said hello to
Cabby and he nodded.
Doe comes out and says I'm next.
"Wait a minute," I says. (My tooth
seemed to have stopped aching.)
"How about Gabby doesn't he
have an appointment?" Doc smiles
and says, "Gabby? 'Why, he's got
the finest teeth in the county. He
just comes op here and reads the
magazines whenever he'a in town I"
As Doc went to work he told me
that he's glad to have Gabby come
up and read magazines . , . they
might not all be fresh off the newt
stand, but if Gabby or anyone
wants to while away tome time
who is h to stand in their way?
From where I sit, this "live and
let live" spirit helps make America
what it is. If I prefer a friendly
glass of beer with my supper and
you prefer milk who's to say one's
right and the other wrong?
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Mrs. Tom Mix acting as mistress of ceremonies with Hillbilly
jamooree, Nashville, Tennesee. Civic Center Pavilion, Heppner,
April 20 8 p.m.
Easter Story lone
By ECHO PALMATEER
Mrs. Hezel Folsom conducted
a school of instruction for the
Eastern Star at the Masonic hall
Saturday evening. Refreshments
were served afterward.
Services were held at the Valb'y
Lutheran church at Gooseberry
Sunday morning and evening. A
missionary Irom China was the
Mr. and Mrs. Francis Ely spent
Easter in Salem.
Arlie Padberg who is working
at Sand Hollow spent Easter
with his mother, Mrs. Lana Pad
Lindsey Kincaid of Ordnance
was a visitor at the home of his
grandfather, L. J. Padberg, last
Mr. and Mrs. Adon Hamlett
entertained Mr. and Mrs. Alan
Robertson and son at dinner
Tuesday evening of last week.
Dr. and Mrs. Dye and their
son-in-law and daughter of
Grandview, Wash., were through
here one day last week. Mrs.
Dye was , the former Audrey
Woolery and was a former
resident here. Her parents built
the house now owned by Mr. and
Mrs. Oscar Lundell. This was her
first visit here in 33 years.
Mr. and Mrs. Ted Palmateer
and daughter Janet spent Easter
at the Harry O'Donnell Jr. home
Mrs. Hershall Townsend, lec
turer of Willows grange, states
that a film and a talk on the
Cutsforth-Heliker Cuban trip will
be shown at 9 p.m. at the grange
hall Saturday evening. Every
one is welcome.
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Bergstrom,
Mrs. Artie Jackson, John Jackson
and Mrs. Doris Gollyhorn and
son Wayne spent Easter in Walla
Walla where they visited Artie
Jackson in the veterans hospital
The American Legion auxiliary
met at the home of Mrs. Earl
McCabe Tuesday afternoon, April
4. Used clothing was repaired for
child weltare ot which Mrs
McCabe is chairman. The Le
gion's Divine Guidance appeal
will .begin April 16 and the
auxiliary urges a "go to church"
movement. Plans were made for
a tea to be given at the Legion
hall April 18, proceeds to go to
child welfare. Refreshments were
served after the meeting.
Guests at the Henry Clark
home for the holidays were
Lowell Clark and Mr. and Mrs.
Harold Clark and sons of Hermi
ston, and La Verne Clark of
Mrs. Bert Mason Jr. of Milwau
kie visited at the home of her
brothers, Norman and Alfred Nel
son last week.
- Miss Mary Brackett, English
instructor, spent the week-end at
the home of her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Herman Brackett at Rufus.
A Sunday school has been or
ganized at the Baptist church
with Matthew Ball as superin
tendent. They gave a short pro
gram Raster morning.
Mrs. J. P. Darst and sons of
Eugene spent a few days last
week with her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Leonard Carlson.
Mrs. Earl Balch of Cottage
Grove spent Easter with her
daughter, Mrs. Clifford Carlson.
Mr. and Mrs. Donald Heliker
and a party spent Easter at their
At a regular meeting of the
Rebekahs Thursday evening, E.
R. Lundell and Mrs. Etta Bris
tow were elected as delegates
and Mrs. Mary Swanson and Mrs.
Ida Coleman as alternates to the
Rebekah assembly at Astoria
Mr. and Mrs. Claude Devitie
of North Bonneville spent the
week-end at the Ernest Heliker
home. They just returned from
a trip to Arizona, Nevada and
California where they visited
Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Bohlman at.
Bakersfield. Mrs. Bohlman, the
former Harriet Heliker, is recov
ering from a recent major opera
tion. Guests at the Phil Griffin home
over Easter were Mr. and Mrs.
Norman Griffin and Mr. and Mrs.
Paul Hunter of Portland and
Mrs. George Mead of Heppner.
Guests at the Freeman home
last week were their son-in-law
and daughter, L. E. Whites.ill
and son of Ilermlston and Mr.
and Mrs. Carrol Freeman of
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Lundell
and Ron Merle left Sunday for
their home in Milwaukie.
Beecher Emert is working In
the meat department at the A.
C. Swanson store.
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Dobyns
returned last week from Portland.
They reported that Herbert Olden
is (till in the hospital.
Mrs. Sam Esteb was a patient
at The Dalles hospital last week.
Mr. and Mrs. George Holder-
man of Corvallis were visitors at
the home of her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. William Seehater, last week.
Nine footstools were made at
the lone extension meeting at
the Masonic hall Friday of last
week under the direction of Mrs.
Charles Flint, county extension
agent. These footstools will be
exhibited at the home makers
day at Boardman, May 3.
The American Legion auxiliary
held a food sale and served pie
and coffee at the hall Saturday
afternoon. They took in around
Miss Alice Nichoson of Port
land spent Easter with her moth
er, Mrs. Edith Nichoson.
Mr. and Mrs. Rodney Craw
ford Jr. and daughter, Nancy
Jean, are visiting at the home
of her mother, Mrs. Ida Coleman.
At a recent Three Links club
meeting it was decided to give
Eaters" Called Out
To Residence Fire
By MILLIE WILSON
Monument had its first fire of
the season, when an old house
belonging to Mr. and Mrs.
Morgan caught fire from a defec.
tive flu. Mrs. Morgan quickly
called town and The Big 4 Lum
ber Company's Mill. The Mill
blew its whistle, by that every
one knew there was a fire some
where. In a very few minutes
every available car and man was
at the Morgans. The bucket bri
gade was quickly formed and
the fire was out in no time. It
was just luck that saved it, be
cause a wind was blowing. It
easily could have taken all of
their buildings. Mr. and Mrs.
DuBosch were living in the house
until their new home is ready
Mrs. Clayton Griggs and two
small children accompanied Mr.
and Mrs. Dane Broadfoot and
Mrs. Lindell Broadfoot to Pendle
ton on Tuesday.
SYNorsis or annual statement
7 Of tlx JtU MM Dfcratxr Si, IM
1 OF THI
1 FIREMEN'S INSURANCE
ot N.wara, in tha sutt of Ntw Jsrstj. "tit
to tht Insurant Commtsalontf ol Utt SUtt of
Oreion, pursuant to law:
Net premium rtttlvtd ISt.934.111 M
TottJ Interest, dtvldeoaa and
real eitatt Income . S.33T.69T.39
Income trom other eourcea S.943.7T1.TS
Easter worship began here with
communion services at the Co
operative church Tuesday eve
ning. New members coming into
the church were Mr. and Mrs.
L. L. Howton and daughter Janet
and Mrs. Milton Morgan. Those
coming in by transfer were Mr.
and Mrs. Adon Hamlett and Mrs.
Around 50 children of the be
ginners and primary classes of
the Cooperative Sunday school
put on an Easter program at
the church Saturday afternoon.
Their teachers were Mrs. Walter
Roberts, Mrs. Berl Akers, Mts.
David Rietmann, Mrs. Raymond
Lundell, Mrs. Milton Morgan and
Mrs. Roy Lindstrom. An Easter
egg hunt and treats were given
Sunrise services were held on
the hill south of town, conducted
by Rev. Alfred Shirley. Thirty
three people attended. After the
services, breakfast was served
at the E. M. Baker home.
The Sunday morning program,
'The Earth is Keeping Easter,"
consisting of songs and exercises
by all the Sunday school grades.
This was followed by the morning
worship. The Easter cantata,
sunrise Over Calvary, was pre
Net amount paid tor loeaee $14.997.774.0S
' Lou adjustment expenses 1.919. 993.90
. Underwriting expenses 19.193.031.14
, Olrldends paid to Itocabold-
I era Icaahl 1,399,900.00
Dividends paid or credited to
All other expenditures (Include
tne InvMtmMt noMuea
9344,043.171 t.199.119 9S
Total disbursements 939,399.993.50
. AdasHtsd Assets
Value of real estate owned
(market valuel I 9, 1ST. 000. 00
Loans on mortaaicl and col
lateral, etc. 1,300. 199 44
Value ol bonda owned I amor
tized ! 33,773,031.79
Vslue of stocks owned (mar
ket Talus) 01.909,597.9
Cash In banks and on hand 9,099,937.90
Premiums In course of col
lection written since 9sp
temher 30, 19 - 3,997.39I.0S
Interest and rents due and
Other assets (netl 9.499.979.35
a dinner at thp Rphekah hall nn
election day. Mrs. Cleo Drake and , sentcd Sunday evening. Numbers
Mrs. Lewis Bail were nostesses
at the club.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles White
and Mrs. Oscar Shifter of Forest
Grove were visitors at the Gordon
White home last week. Roy Hos-
felt of Goldendale, Wash., an
uncle of Mrs. White, was a guest
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Brown
were, Oer the Eastern Hills,
"God so Loved the World,"
"Swing Wide the Gates," "Geth
semane," "Dark Was the Hour,"
"It Is Finished," "Mary in the
Garden," "The Victory Song"
"Alleluia." "Behold the Son of
God," and "Hail the Light Di
vine." Singers were, sopranos:
Mesdames Walter Roberts, Noel
and Mrs. Gordon White spent j Dobyns, Alfred Shirley, Fred Hos
Easter at Bickleton and Yakima
Mrs. Gordon White and Mrs.
John Eubanks gave a bridal
hovver in honor of Mrs. Albert
Brown Saturday afternoon. She
received many lovely gifts. Mrs.
Brown is an aunt of Mrs. White
and she and her husband spent
a few days from Gridley, Calif.
Refreshments were served after
Dinner guests at the Victor
Rietmann home Sunday were Mr.
and Mrs. Frank Engelman and
son Joel, Mr. and Mrs. .Walter
Roberts, Mrs. Edith Nichoson and
kins, Roy Lindstrom, Paul Petty
john, Misses Ruby Ann Rietmann,
Ingrid Hermann. Altos: Mes
dames Cleo Drake, Omar Riet
mann, Mary Swanson, Norman
Nelson, Gordon White, Misses
Shirley McGreer, Joan Coleman,
and Patricia Drake. Tenors: Fred
erick Martin, Gene Rietmann and
Ernest McCabe. Basses: Adon
Hamlett and Alfred Shirley. Alan
Robertson was director and Mrs.
E. M. Baker, pianist.
Dates to remember: April 14
Topic club at Echo Palmateer
home; 15 Clean-up day; 16
daughter Alice and G. A. Petteys. ! Smorgasbord at Legion hall, 4 to
At a council meeting last week i 7 p.m.; 18 Auxiliary tea at 2
it was decided to have a city p.m.; 19 Ameca club; 21 HEC
clean up Saturday, April 15. 'of Willows grange.
J Total admitted assets Isi,
Liabilities, Surplas ud Other
Totsl unpaid claims 9 7,
Zstlmsted loss adjustment ex
pense for unpsld clslml-.-
Total unearned premiums 39,
'All other liabilities 9,
179. 105. IS
Tottl iltbllitlM, txctpt ctp-
lUi . $54.40.TM.0t
Capital pild vp $11,978,000 00
Special lurplm fundi Nona
lUnauifnfd lunda (surptui).. tS.T9t.40fl.0l
lurplui ai rttarda policy
Bulacaa ta Oram fat Um Ytmr
,Net prttnlurai rtctlrid . 1445.069 9t
Net lou P4ld 53.&a.ti
Dividend nmld A FsmtItmI ta tvtl.
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I rniicii). offlct tn Ortton. S. W. Park a
nue at Morrlion. Portland 8.
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Mr. and' Mrs. George Stirritt
and Mrs. Fred Shank went to
John Day on Monday. They ex
pect to be gone for some time
as Mrs. Shank is going to take
a series of medical treatment..
Mrs. Betty Round of Long Creek
will stay at the Stirritt home and
The grange sponsored a pie
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