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10NE NEWS NOTES Application Method
on Slate Friday for
Districts 35 and 36
On Subsidies Told
All meat slaughtered since June
7 is eligible for payments, -which
will be made on a liveweight basis
at the following rates: Cattle and
Oregon livestock slaughterers may calves, 1.1 cents a pound; sheep and
obtain information on applying for lambs, 95 cents a pound, and hogs
payments under the meat subsidy and pigs, 1.3 cents a pound,
program from county USD A war Applications from all Oregon
boards, C R. Tulley, state meat coimties cxcept Lake and Klamath
,t. rtetmanH marketing supervisor lor me ure- wiU fikd with Portland 0f
By MBS. OKA BIE gon USDA war board, announced f of the defense s lies corpor.
Tax payers of oo1 Jastnct
No. 35 are renunded that there will rjgDA war boards have co,iwf1 hv iht n Francis office.
srhrwii nouse r ,i. i: "j
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Friday night at 8 oclocK v yuic of lhe subsidy program, they have
CHURCH OF CHRIST
O. Wendell HerHson, Pastor
Bible school 9:45 a. m- C- W. Bar
Preaching and Communion at 11
a. m.. Sermon: "Hell Continued."
Christian Endeavor and evening
vote no rCPnsibility for the operation AU appications must be accompan
r,C hViq cnKcirKr Tirnorum tVfv have . . . i .1 Ai n .ti
riutrirt "l j r. lt.d by Viaence max me siaugni
upon tne canuuu - boen requested by the aeiense sup- . complying with applicable rwi.ti of the World.
ST. PATRICK'S CHURCH
Rev. Francis McCormack. Pastor
Schedule of senices:
Heppiwr: Mass at 9:00 a. m. every
Sunday except 3rd. Mass on 3rd
Sunday at 10:30.
lone: 10:30 a. m. on 1st Sunday;.
9:00 a. m. on 3rd Sunday.
Lena: 10:30 a. m. on 2nd and 4th
Week-day mass at 8 a. m. First
Friday, 7:30 a. m.
Confessions: Saturdays, 7:30 to
plies corporation to assist in the
distribution or iorms ana reguia- fnr. j ajminktratinll Thi will
itd by evidence that the slaught
No. 36, Gooseberry ana msuiu
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nr. Ra nk ledbetter who ua tlons ancl to Sutniy miormation on , . r licv
been a patient in Portland for sev- the principal provisions oi the pro- ugh of monthly Blle st"dy 7 p" m
eral weeks is now convaiesLmg g!am i alley explained.. , report to local 0PA rati0ning
the home c? her mother, Mrs. r. U Any person slaughtering m one koard ' '
month 41)1)0 pounds ot meat, live
trainino- at fi:30 r. m.
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The evening sermon topic: "The 8:00 p. m. bundays, :io to o.oj a. u-
f the World."
regulations of the OPA and the TnURSDAY - FIRST METHODIST CHURCH
Thursday prayer, meeting and Bcnnie Howe, Minister
Come let us reason together.
PEA STRAW VALUABLE AS
STOCK FEED, FERTILIZER
Pea straw left from threshing for eyery grade and age,
Sunday, July 18:
Divine worship at 11 a. m.
Church school at 9:45 a.
Lucy Rodgers, superintendent.
. i .jl. nrjc.ricnr woieht. is eligible to anrjlv for the cm titpb enmrwr Trvrax.
Mrs John Darst ien neuirc"j ---o---, - - - ovin-it axuwm.
. . iiM ir. aT near Se- subsidy payment, the regulations AT osc N0W UP TO 1400
TO Vl.Sll rewuvca " . . . n. . . . .
attle She was accompanied by her provide, inis applies w au . ,dier population either dry edible peas or the Aus- b nQ evening worship
and Mrs. Mary &wan- - at Oregon State coUege continues to tranan wmier iieia peas nas a iu , . summer months.
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the army has speeded up iuing vdjUB c 111, ij. Fveninffs-
-am. assigning more than value, both of which are much in Wednesday Evenings.
Mrs- Pauline Boyer of Seattle ar
rived Wednesday to look after some
business interests in lone.
Grant Buchanan was taken from
Bitter Springs to a hospital in Pen
dleton last week when his condition
Mrs. Rose Gorger of Portland
made a week-end visit at the home
The tomato rates respect because
it is chuckful of vitamins (A and C),
those invisible snark mugs that keep
of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. rienry one feeling fit.
eer Because tomatoes are an impor-
Virn, I Wilson who was tant food, it is imperative that every
Pvt Vinton J. Wilson w immediate use
reported missing is now known to b(j fcy canning but they must
be a Jap prisoner in the Philip- fce canned righti ejse there will be
r,;r,oa Hf is the son of the late
Frank Wilson a former resident of
lone and a brother of Mrs. Harvey
Smith of lone.
Mrs. Carl Linn of Morgan is vis
iting at the home of her parents.
Rev. and Mrs. W. W. Head of Cath
Miss Mary Barnett left Friday to
attend the last few days of the Full
Gospel meetings at Brooks. She ac
companied Mr. and Mrs. John H.
Fuiten of Heppner.
Noah Pettyjohn has bought the
Eainey place near Lexington.
Mr. and Mrs. E. R- Lundell and
grandson Billy spent the Fouith of
July with the Frank Lundell family
of Milwaukee returning the middle
of the week. They reported that
the Frank Lundells had their own
special way of celebrating the
Fourth. Mrs. Frank badly sprained
her ankle, Merle broke his collar
bone and Frank received a promo
tion to lead man in welding at the
Commercial Iron works where he
linn !, ,amr fr ft, nnpnlT, demand this year, says Chester E. Fellowship and prayer service at
of the second ASTP term July 12. Otis, assistant extension specialist 8 o'clock.
Only 925 had been expected for the in farm crops. Thursday Evenings:
new term until plans were changed Tests made at the Livestock choir practice at parsonage at.
a week in advance. branch experiment station at Union g 0'cocjt
Both women's dormitories as well showed that such straw is a good BOUGHT FOR THE WEEK:
as the men's have now been turned roughage for beef cattle early in the ' .
over for army use, making neces- winter and that dry cows ,and A lifetime of good examples is.
sary housing women summer term stock cattle will eat the chaffi, better than-a library of good advice
students in sorority houses for the leaves and fine stems, leaving only
remainder of the summer. Adequate the course stems. Cows with calves ASSEMBLY OF GOD
ifatermty, sorority and cooperative do not supply enough, milk in this
houses are being reserved to care feed.
for a full registration of women . A giy 0f this straw fed gener
students this fall, say college ously with jjf usual amount
officials. cf jjay wjj save much hay
Now assigned to this campus are wilj surprisingly
650 students in basic engineering well reports Dick Richards, sup
courses, 550 in advanced engineer- erintendent. Analyses show that in
ing, 100 in post graduate engi- 100 of a tw, are
neering and 125 in foreign area and 3.2 pounds of digestible protein and ALL SAINTS EPISCOPAL
language study. O. S. C is one 51 Qt totai dieestible rHTTRCH
Sterl D. Spiesz, pastor
Sunday school, 9:45 a. m.
Worship, 11:00 a. m.
Young People's service 6:30 p. nv
Evangelistic service, 7:45 p. m.
Tuesday prayer service, 7:45 p. m..
Thursday Bible study, 7:45 p. to..
of the few colleges in the entire nutrients.
country selected for a graduate en
A single layer of oxygen atoms
on a sliver of steel the size of a
safety razor blade can be weighed
by a sensitive balance in the West- plantg of the Westinghouse Elec
inghouse research laboratories Such tric & Manufacturing company use
a layer weigius iwu iiiuiureui-uui-lionths
of an ounce, or about a
Turned under as plant food or or
ganic matter pea straw has a cash
value at present fertilizer prices of
at least $6 per ton, adds Art King,
extension soils specialist.
Archdeacon Neville Blunt
Holy Communion 8 a. m.
Church school 9:45 a. m.
Morning Prayer 11 o'clock.
COOPERATIVE CHURCH OF IONE
J. Fred Stilwell, Pastor
Sunday school 10 a. m.
Preaching at 11 o'clock. Sermon
Photo Courtesy Ball Bros. Co.
little or no vitamin C left in them.
Undue exposure to air after the skins
are removed and over-cooking in an
uncovered container destroy vitamin
C. This is one reason that tomatoes
more radium than the largest hos
nitnla. WitK rnliatinnci frim rnrlium
u 1- f " " "
mui as. a p.K 01. engineers take "pictures" topic, "The Scarlet Line."
through metal castings more than
a foot thick, to detect flaws
Miss Laurel Mason, daughter of should be prepared and canned as
Joe Mason of Prineville arrived
Wednesday and plans to spend the
summer at the home of her aunt,
Mrs. Clara Kincaid.
Pfc David Howe of the army air
force ait Walla Walla is spending a
three-day pass at the home of his
aunt, Mrs. Laxton McMurray.
Mr. and Mrs- Clifford Yamell ac
companied H. E. Yamell and son
Alton on their weekly visit to Mrs.
Yamell at The Dalles. They found
Mrs. Yamell not improving as rap
idly as the week before.
Pete Havercost of La Grande is
visiting at the home of his sister,
Mrs. Ray Bamett. Pete plans to
work during the summer at the
ranch of his uncle Leon Logan.
Charles H. Hudson who recently
quickly as possible. Usually whole
tomatoes have more food value than
tomato juice, partly because a con
siderable amount of vitamin A is
lost in. the pulp that fails to go
through the strainer when the juice
is made, but mainly because greater
exposure to air destroys vitamin C.
If you want first-class canned to
matoes, use freshly gathered, firm
ripe, sound fruit one small bad spot
can ruin a whole batch. Wash the
tomatoes before scalding; scald a
few at a time. Remove all core,
slip off the skins, and cut away
green spots. Pack the tomatoes tight
into clean hot jars this is best done
by pressing each tomato down with
a wooden spoon. Add salt to season
to suit your taste the usual amount
is one teaspoon to the quart. Seal
jars according to manufacturer s in
structions and process 35 minutes in
hot water bath. If tomatoes are
f. Don't spend your pay in
competition with your neigh
bors for scarce civilian
. goods. Save, America, and
you will save America from
black markets and runaway
inflation. Buy more Bonds every
payday. How many bonds? Figure
it out yourself.
fo your family limit
FULL GOSPEL MISSION, IONE
Ralph C. DcBoer, Pastor
Sunday, school, 10,00 a. m.
Morning Worship 11:00 a. m.
Evangelistic service 8:00 p. m.
Bible Study Friday 8:00 p. m.
You are welcome.
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passed away at Junction City was not fresh from the garden, process
well known here as he was a ire- 45 minutes.
quent visitor when looking after his
extensive property holdings in this
part of the county.
Bobby Drake was taken suddenly
ill early Friday morning. Although
a doctor was called the nature of
his illness could not be determined
After a day in bed Bobby was on
his feet again without any appar
ent ill results
Mrs. Richard Lundell of Boise ar
rived early Friday morning
rived last week and plans to spend
most of the summer here.
A roof fire at the Leo Gorger
ranch home last Tuesday caused
slight damage he quick action of
Mr. Gorger and his neighbors in
getting the fire under control lim
ited the damage to a portion of
Mrs. Elmer Griffith, had the mis
fortune to painfully injure her foot
on a rusty nail last Wednesday.
She is now traveling on a pair of
We've got Axis to grind.
Defense Bonds and Stamps.
No juice can be better than the
fruit from which it is made, so be
sure to use strictly fresh, firm-ripe,
red tomatoes, which are free from
all decay. Wash well and cut away
any green spots or weather cracks.
Weather cracks are those splits that
form around the stem ends when
hot sunshine follows a hard rain.
Such tomatoes are unfit for canning
or juice unless used immediately
after picking. Leave the tomatoes
whole and steam or bake them until
they are soft; then press through a
fine sieve, preferably a cone-shaped
one; reheat the juice to simmering;
pour into sterilized jars and process
30 minutes at simmering. The pulp
will separate from the juice unless
a very fine sieve Is used or if too
much heat is applied at any time.
Oh, so you boil the juice in an open
kettle until it is thick? Well, that's a
fine way to get rid of most of those
The best tasting juice is that made
by pressing whole home canned to
matoes through a sieve just before
serving. Any seasonings liked may
be added before canning but the
juice will be better if seasonings,
except salt, are added when the
juice is opened for serving, and even
the salt may be left out.
It or N
it Has Been Done
Regardless of what the war has done
to merchandising stocks we still have
a very good line.
12 -Monarch' Ranges
The last major shipment to arrive was
We still show ample stock in many
lines .... Call and be convinced
Case Furniture Co.