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Heppner Gazette Times, Thursday, October 12, 1950
1 Duo-Therm Model 952-3 45.00
1 Estate Heatrola Model 827-F.. 40.00
1 Norge-Model RRH-3 37.50
1 Coleman Model 3-301 ........30.00
1 H. C. Little Floor Furnace .100.00
1 Coleman Model R-301..... 30.00
1 Quaker Oil Stove 22.50
1 Coronado Oil Stove... 20.00
We also have two used washers for sale as is.
2250 " 2750
We also have a few new Norge
Heaters at Close-out Prices
L. E. DICK
3-M Club Sets Up
Program of Winter
The MMM club held its first
fall meeting at the home of Del
cie Sweek, with her daughter, Do.
ris Capon, as co-hostess. Louisa
Fleming, secretary, read the min
utes of the last meeting and gave
a financial report. New officers
were elected for the ensuing year
including Millie Wilson, presi
dent, and Louisa Fleming, secre
dent, and Louisa Fleming, scere-
tary-treasurer. The next meeting
will be held at the home of Mrs.
Grace Stirritt, at which time each
member will submit a suggestion
for the year's activities. The pur
pose of this club is to give help
to the town or community wher
contributed to the schools, church
ever needed. In past years it has
Red Cross, tuberculosis associa
tion, cancer and polio funds, 4-H
scholarships, besides sending
boxes to the needy families over
seas during World War II. Pres
ent at the meeting were Ella
Durst, Ivy Barnard, Grace Stirritt,
Goldie Round, Lydia Capon, Cla
ra Strecker, Iffie McKinney, Maud
Harris, Daisy Simas, Louisa I le
ming, Anna Lesley, Martha Mat
leson, Mrs. Hooker, Millie Wilson
Delsie Sweek and Doris. Refresh
ments were served at the close of
the meeting. .
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Cox of Top
were shopping and attending to
matters of business in Monument
Haskell Hobby of Mitchell
came to Monument Friday to get
FIRST NATIONAL BANK of Portland
SEPTEMBER 30, 1950
Member Federal Depoilt Insurance Corporation
Cain In vault and In Federal Heierve Bank..$ 66,118,009.86
Due from lanki 40,418,725.52
Total Caih ...... i
United Statu Government Obllaatloni,
Direct and Fully Guaranteed
Stat, County and Municipal tondi and
Other Bonds and Securities
Stock In Federal Reserve Bank...
loans and Discounts
Accrued Interest Receivable
Bank Premises, Furniture and Fixtures and
Safe Deposit Vault
Other Real Estate owned .' '
Customers' liability on Accounts of Lelten
of Credit, Acceptances and Endorsed Bills.
Other Resources '
Capital ...T..T..T $ 7,500,000.00
Undivided Profits 14,295,383.46
Total Capital Funds
Reserve for possible loan losses. This reserve
Is to apply against any loan losses that
may develop In the future) II has not been
allocated to any particular loans or type of
loans. (Established from earnings Janu.
ory I, 1949, through September 30, 1950)
(Demand 350,191,1 59.14
DEPOSITS jSovnB flB Tm. ; . ,44,443,429.27i
liability for letters of Credit and at Acceptor
Indorser or Maker of Acceptances and
Interest Received In Advance... t
Reserve for Interest, Taxes, Etc
TOTAl UABIUTIES .......
In addition to Its 45 offices throughout Oregon
banks with 1 8 offices are members of
First National Bank Group
Tho First National Bank of Portland and 45 Oflices
II other Oregon Banking Offices In the First National Group
LOANS AND DISCOUNTS
The First National Bank of Portland ond 45 Offices
IB other Oregon Banking Offices In the First National Group
Tho First National Bank of Portland and 45 Offices
IB other Oregon Banking Offices In the First National Group
TOTAL RESOURCES of the 63 BANKING OFFICES In tho
FIRST NATIONAL OROUP....
, 15 affiliated
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GRANTS PAW IIANCH
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Klamath Foils Iraneh
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SHERMAN COUNTY BRANCH
THE DALIES BIANCH
Affiliated Banks in tht
First National Bank
Carlton State and Savings lank
Benton County State Bank
Philomath Branch IPhllomathl
The First National lank ef
The First National lank of Eugene
Wttt Eugene Branch
'The First National lank ef
The First National Bank of Lebanon
Monroe State Bank
Slate Bank of Malheur County
The First National lank of
Scio State lank
Clatsop County lank (Seaildel
Coolldge and McClelne (Silverlon)
lank of Sweet Home
Yamhill Slate lank
the rest of his household goods.
The Hobbys are opening a short
order house in Mitchell.
Kainy weather has been hard
on the logging operauuns dui
has been a life saver for the
Mr. and Mrs. Ned bweek of
Heooner spent the week end in
Monument visiting their parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Rex Sweek and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. Everett Howell
are moving from their home on
Wall Creek to one of tne George
Mantis houses in town. They plan
to spend the winter here.
Mr. ana Mrs. rete iih lsiensen
and son of Portland, accompan
ied by friends, visited one day
last week with Pete's parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Chet Brown. The party
had been hunting in the Green
horns and was returning to Port
land. Christensen and his friend
are members of the Portland po
Pete Smith, a- nephew of Chet
Brown's, hunted in this vicinity
He stopped on his way home to
greet Mr. and Mrs. Brown.
Mr. and Mrs. Aubrey Crum of
the Monument mountain lookout
station, moved back to Cotton
wood last Thursday. Since the
rains have started all lookout
stations are abandoned. Mr. and
Mrs. Thomas of the Ritter station
moved to Newbridge where they
will spend the winter. Mr. and
Mrs. George Morrill of Rudio sta
tion left the last Sunday in Sep
tember for Cornelius.
The grade and high schools
held their meeting to vote on
raising money to remodel and
equip two extra classrooms. The
vote was unanimous to do this
work. The boards plan to start
the work as soon as they can get
the necessary material.
Bob Swick of John Day brought
his grandmother, Mrs. Anna Bay.
liss, to Monument Friday even-
ng. Mrs. Bayiiss was a dinner
guest of Mr. and Mrs. Henry
Durst Saturday. She acompanied
Dewey Spurgeon to Heppner in
Mr. and Mrs. Bill Settle lett
Sunday morning for Portland to
attend to matters ot business and
for Mrs. Settle to have a medical
Paul Farnsworth and tnends ol
The Dalles are spending a week
hunting near Monument. They
stopped in town Saturday to visit
Paul s uncle and auni, Mr. ana
Mrs. C. N. Wilson.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hill and
children took a truck load of cat
tle to the Portland markets Wed.
nesday. They plan on staying a
few days to visit Mr. Hill's sister
Funeral services for Mrs. Dovie
Fields were held Wednesday at
1 o'clock in the Presbyterian
church with Rev. Sidney Harris
officiating. Interment was in the
Monument cemetery. Mrs. Field
was a sister of Mrs. Mattie Stub
blefield and an aunt of Mrs. El
Amos Quinlan, brother of Lee
Roy Quinlan, came to Monument
Saturday. He was showing his
friends a huge bobcat which he
killed on his way from Prineville.
More sport in killing a big cat
than in killing a deer.
Gordon Waterhouse had some
good luck the other morning
when he shot three .coons out of
juniper tree on the George Man
tis place. The coons had been
raiding his chicken house.
Mr. and Mrs. Harvey payne
and Dr. Marble of Hermiston
were week-end guests of Mr. and
Mrs. George Stirritt and Mr. and
Mrs. Fred Shank. Sunday they
drove to the Morgan ranch and
helped Fred Shank brand some
calves he recently bought from
the Morgans. Mr. and Mrs. Earl
Johns and Tommy Shank were
on hand also to lend assistance.
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Johns, dau
ghters Kay and Dee Ann, of John
Day and Tom Shank of Seneca
came to Monument Saturday.
The Misses Johns were overnight
guests of Laura Lee Shank. The
others drove to the Fred Shank
R. E. Nettleton, brother-in-law
of Mead Gilman, spent the week.
end at the Gilman home. He went
hunting but had no luck. He is
Mr. and Mrs. Mead Gilman Jr.
and daughter spent several days
visiting his parents. The younger
Gilmans came from Fort Heiden,
Alaska. They left Saturday for
Mr. and Mrs. Bill Gates and
Mr. and Mrs. Lee Fleming and
Ray Tippen spent Sunday hunt
ing at the Gates ranch.
Mr. and Mrs. Ad Moore of Hep.
pner were Wednesday and Thurs
day guests at the home of their
son and wite, Mr. and Mrs. tm
Mrs. Emory, acocmpanied by
Emory Jr., Donrtie Brown, Anita
Moore and Roy Cork spent the
week-end visiting Mrs. Moore's
sister at Dayton, Wash. Cork en
joyed some hunting while there.
Mr. and Mrs. Junior Simas have
started building their new home
on a lot ihey purchased from
John Simas. Roy Cork helped
with the work Sunday.
Monument grange held its re
gular meeting Friday. Plans were
discussed for the annual buck
eroo supper given by the men of
the grange every year. This year
it will be on Oct. 20. They also
gave Elmer Maxteson a contract
to build two Hues In the grange
On October 9 there was a meet
ing of REA directors in Monu
ment. The directors are Clark Bo.
wen and Les Jarvis of Ukiah
Ralph Farrow of Long Creek
Dick House of Hitter, himer Aroo
gast of Dale, Bill Chapman Jr. of
Spray, Ed Kupple and Jimmy
Walker of Kinzua, and Emory
Moore of Monument.
Mrs. Anna Lesley spent the
week-end in Long Creek visiting
her daughter and son-in-law, Mr.
and Mrs. Ford Sloan.
Mr. and Mrs. Boyd Hinton and
daughters Sharon and Mary Ella
spent Saturday and Sunday with
Mrs. Hinton's parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Tom Throope at Dayville.
Percy Cox drove Mrs. Harold
French to Heppner Sunday. Mrs.
trench took her infant daughter
for medical aid. Before night Mr.
and Mrs. Buel Harshman took
their infant son to Heppner to
consult a doctor.. Mrs. Iffie Mc
Kinney stayed at the French
home to care for the children.
Business matters took Jack
Sweek lo Portland Sunday.
Miss Evelyn Fuzek accompan
ied Clayton Sweek home from
The Dalles Friday. Clayton will
report to the draft board Tuesday
for induction into the armed
Mrs. Esther McLaughlin's sis
ter and brother-in-law came Fri
day. The men enjoyed hunting
with five others on the Holmes
ranch Saturday but no one had
Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Drake
are moving into town from the
ranch having purchased the De
vin house on W. Center street.
Mr. and Mrs. Loyd Moyer 'de
parted Tuesday for Montana to
spend several days on business.
John Whelahan returned the
last of the week from a month's
visit to his old home in Ireland
where he was called by the death
of his mother who died in mid
September at the age of 96 years.
Mr. Whelahan will be located at
Fossil this winter.
Frank Garin of Portland is the
new bookkeeper at tho Hodge
Howard Gilliam spent the
week-end in Corvailis attending
the homecoming festivities.
Rom where I sit ... ly Joe Marsh
Ought To "Polish Up"
Her Traffic Manners!
Spent most of yesterday over at
the Court House. "Tiny" Fields,
the biggest and fastest-talking of
our three policemen, was holding
forth about his traffic troubles.
"Women drive just as good as
men do," Tiny said, "and just as
bad. For instance a girl in a con
vertible today. She started a three
block tie-up all by herself.
"She's creeping down Main
Street left hand stuck out and
sort of waving around. Never
turns right or left, never stops.
But, of course, everyone behind
her thinks she's signaling about
something. Nobody dares to pass.
When I stop her and ask what's up,
she smiles sweetly and explains
that she's drying her nail polish!"
From where I sit, that girl's typi
cal of certain folks who are so
wrapped up in themselves, they
never notice they're not being fair
to others. Our neighbor has a right
to drive in safety just as he has a
right to enjoy a glass of beer. Let's
all respect the other fellow's
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