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No mattst what kind of paint ye
nd fo tht ovtsida. Intids,
Roan or furniture wc mvi Hi
Pitbbsrjh PainI that will jivt yoa
tk b tooktfia, lonaest-lartina
ntd aaost economical mulls. Not
lust as food, but in many rsspacti
oattat than pre-war quality.
Florhlda For Floors!
A floor paint that withstand
I heavy foot traffic. Uae
I it on flnnra ar alma nl
aV wood, cement, metal
evtj or worn linoleum.
Cover Every Surfocal .
Not a water paint, not a powder
paint, not a wartime substitute-
new one-coat oil-base WaUhidt
covert any surface.
f) Washes repeatedly.
Seni-Giou I CO
For Now Bsauty
Waterspar Enamel it a high-
for furniture or wood
work. Brushes and
flows out to a china.
Heppner Hardware Cr
ASSEMBLY OF COD
j Sunday, 9 471 a.m., Bible school,
j An interesting class for every
11 a. m.. Rev. Miller will speak
at the worship hour.
6:30 p.m., the Christ Amb&ssa-
dor group meets. Evangelist Mill
er will bring an interesting mes
sage. 7 45 p.m.. Evangelistic meeting
j t ome and bring a friend.
1 J. Palmer Sorlien, Pastor.
Sunday, March 7: Morning
worship and sermon at 11 a.m.
Church school at 9:45 a.m., Mrs.
Lucy Kougers, superintendent;
Mr. Robert Owens, asst. supt.;
Mrs. J. Palmer Sorlien, primary
Wednesday: Mid week devo
tional service at 7:30 p.m. Junior
Youth Fellowship at 6:30 p.m.
and Senior Youth Fellowship at
Thursday choir practice at 7
p.m., Mrs. Thomas Wells, direc
tor. The Womens Society of Chris
tian Service meets the first Wed
nesday of each month.
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ST. PATRICK'S CATHOUC
Schedule of services:
Mass in Heppner on the 1st
and 3rd Sundays at 9 a.m.; 10:30
IT IS TIME TO ORDER2,4-D
Our application of 2, 4-D for control of
weeds will start very soon.
We have the EXPERIENCE and
Why Take Chances?
Call, Write or Wire us TODAY!
For the Best in Agricultural Airation
The West-Air Company
Fhone Yakima 7683
908 S. 25 Ave, Yakima, Wash.
Fertilizer can be applied at the same time
at no extra cost except material.
STAR Eg REPORTER
Admission prices afternoon and earning, unless spa.
cifically advertised to be otherwise: Children: Est.
Price JT, Ped. Tax .03, Total 20c; Grade and High
School Students IS 7aara and over: Est Price .40.
Pad. lax JO, Total 50c; Adults: Est. Prcia .50, Ped.
Tax .10, Total 60c. Every child occupying a seat
moat have a ticket.
Sunday shows continuous starting at 1 p.m. Satur.
day evening shows start at 7 p.m- Ail other evening
shows start at 7:30 p.m. Boxoifice' open evenings
nntU 9 prn.
Friday-Saturday, March 5-$
Oregon Trail Scouts
Exciting new adventure with Bed Byder, ZiitUe
Bearer and the Dncheaa.
The Bowery Boys bring you plenty of laughs
With their uuai assortment of clowning.
Clock Cleaners. Disney cartoon in color
SPECIAL SATURDAY MATINEE
S P-EQ-, Saturday, March i
IT'S A JOKE, SON
A funny and wholesome picture built around
Senator Claghora, the popui&r gag cimracter on
Fred Aiien i &tuUo Show.
Every child must buy a ticket.
Boxoifice open until 2:30
Children ftc, Students and Adults 20c, inc. tax
Sunday-Monday, March 7-8
John Wayne, Laraine Day, Sir Cedric Hardwicke,
Judith Anderson, James Gleason, Anthony
Quinn, Grant Withers
An unusual action-adventure that never slows
down. . . Technicolor in its mosi popu.ar setting.
Sunday shows contumoos from 1 p.m.
Tuesday. March 9
Joan Ieslle, Lon:s Hayward, Bichard Basehart.
Virginia Field, Tom Conway
A fine cast and an unusual story mark this one.
. . . watr-h newcomer Bichard Basehart
The Biding Hannefords and Cartoon,
both in color
Wed.-Thurs., March 10-11
Lucille Ball, George Sanders, Charles Cobnrn,
Boris Karloff, Sir Cedr.c Hardwicke, Joseph
Calleia, Alan Mowbray
The hit that's been acclaimed by everyone for Its
thrilling story of baffling intrigue and mystery.
It's exciting: It's filled with suspense! It's en
tertainment! Musical Featnrette and Newsreel
THE ANSWER TO YOUR BUDGET PROBLEM
For Spring Economy New
New in tailoring, new in design, new in style!
Jnat what you want in comfort, fit, appear
utcttand wear! Single and double breasted
models. Youthful or conservative!
Yon seldom get fur felt hati
t this price and these are
Unedt Grey, brown, blue!
And Here Are Your
Rag. U.S. Pal. 01.
Dress and sport styles in In
dianTan. Boulevard Brown,
Brandy Tan and other rich
4-H Club News . . .
Nine lone 4-H club members
enrolled as Homemaking projx?t
members are taking great strides
in their club activities and pro
ject work carried this year. Ruby
Ann Rietmann, Lola Ann McCabe,
on the 2nd and 4th.
Mass in lone on the 1st and
3rd Sundays at 10:30 a.m.; 2nd
and 4th at 9 a.m.
Mass on the fifth Sunday one
mass only in Heppner at 9 a.m.
Holy days of obligation: Mass
in Heppner at 7:30 a.m.; mass
in lone at 9 a.m.
First Fridays of the month:
Mass in Heppner at 7:30.
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CHURCH OF CHRIST
Bible school, 9:45 a.m.; C. W.
Barlow, supt.; Beverly Yocom, ju
nior supt.; Mrs. Joe Jewett, pri
Morning worship, 11; commun
ion and preaching; sermon topic,
"Life Or Death Which ?"
Evening evangelistic service,
7:30; sermon topic, "It Pays To
Choir practice Thursday eve
ning at 7, Mrs. Willard Warren,
Mid-week Bible study anil
prayer meeting Thursday eve
ning at 8.
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ALL SAINTS CHURCH
Holy communion, 8 a.m
Church school. 9:45 a.m.
Holy communion, 11 a.m.
Holy communion, 10 a.m.
Children's instruction, 3:30 p.
Adult instruction, 8 p.m.
Ingrid Hermann, Joan Coleman,
Carletta Olden, Delight Biddle,
Barbara Jackson, Delores Drake,
and Tatricia Drake are the club
members led by Mrs. L. A. Mc
Mrs. McCabe and her club have
somewhat of a record for Morrow
county in that of the five clubs
during hte past three years that
Mrs. McCabe has led, all have
completed their projects 100 per
cent. The girls, now working on
homemaking units, have finish
ed many useful items for their
bedrooms. Among the items they
have made are the following:
Waste paper baskets from paint
pails and two gallon ice cream
containers, covered shoe boxes,
handkerchief boxes, boxes for re
arranged dresser drawers, dresser
table skirts, shoe bags, drapes
and curtains, covered dressing ta
ble stool, covering of chairs, re
arranging closets and adding
shelves, pictures and vanity
The girls are preparing now to
organize a Sewing II 4-H club
which they will complete before
County Fair time. This club will
be roganized this month.
To observe National 4-H Club
week, March 1-7, the girls will
hold a meeting of their club at
the McCabe farm on Saturday,
TO BE FORMED HERE
The high school gym will be
open to all men, interested in
playing volleyball on Monday
night of each week. This night is
From where I sit ... Jy Joe Marsh
How to Put Up with
When Will Dudley's missus Anally
gavt in to the new-style longer
skirts, Will was mighty critical at
first. Allowed as how women were
a slave to fashion ... ought to dress
to please their husbands and not
Sue finally reminded Will of his
habit of sitting by the radio Sat
urday afternoons in shirt sleeves
and old slippers, listening to the
aportcasts with a mellow glass of
beer. Suggested that maybe Will
was a slave to comfort.
And Will admitted she was right.
Perhaps the way somebody dresses
isn't always to our taste just as
Will's glass of beer may be another
B ut from where I sit, those little
differences aren't important un
less we go out of our way to maka
them so, by being hypercritical.
As Will says now: "Well, anyway,
those long skirts hide a multitude
of shins" . . . and lets it go at that I
How's Your Weed Crop?
Food Needed for a Hungry World
KNOCK THEM OUT WITH
See your dealer or write
THE DOW CHEMICAL COMPANY
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ceptional opportunity for exciting work and
adventure in the new United States Arn
Select Second Infantry Division, Fort Lewis,
Washington . . . Qualified men may become
a part of the proud tradition of this famous
"Indian Head" Division. Work and play in
the invigorating Outdoors of the scenic
Veterans, did you know that
you tan now re-enlist in
grade within ninety days
Tht psy sf Srlntt rim Clin ll canairatls I cMllaa pay f Q 93
UttM te "Son. O'Gurii" tht only H
Amy ftidlo Show on your locl ifction,
U. S. Postoffice Bldg.
provided to give the adult men
of the community an opportunity
for wholesome recreation and of
ten badly needed exercise. The
first open night will be Monday,
March 8. 7:30 p.m. If sufficient
interest is shown a number of
teams will be formed and a ser
ies of league games played.
Players will need gym shoes.
This program is a project of the
Heppner Junior chamber of com
merce and will be directed by
NOTICE OF SALE OF COUNTY
BY VIRTUE OF AN ORDER OF
THE COUNTY COURT, dated
March 3, 1948, I am authorized
and directed to advertise and sell
at public auction at not less than
the minimum price herein set
Blocks 20 and 21, Will's Addi
tion to lone for the minimum
price of $100.00, cash.
Therefore, I will on the 3rd day
of April, 1948 at the hour of 10:00
A. M. at the front door of the
Court House In Heppner, Oregon,
sell said property to the highest
and best bidder.
C. J. D. BAUMAN, Sheriff,
Morrow County, Oregon,
Filter Packs For All Types Tractors Trucks
Padberg Tractor 6 Truck
Phone 421 1
Oil and Grease
Parts for Various Machines
Beginning at 1 p. m.
Thursday, Mar. O
The re will be the regular run of livestock and
the following household items.
1 Electric Refrigerator 1 Overstufed Chair
1 Electric Washing Machine
Bring in what you have to sell and consign it at this sale.
Livestock subject to the usual brand and! disease inspec
ions. Heppner Sales Yard
HAROLD ERWIN, Operator
JOHN VARNER, Auctioneer HARRY DINGES, Clerk
Red Cross Month
Morrow County's Quota
Over U5 per cent of the amount
Stays in Morrow County!
LISTED BELOW IS HOW MORROW COUNTY'S
RED CROSS MONEY WAS USED DURING 1947:
'HOME NURSING COURSES'
ADULTS AND STUDENTS
'FIRST AID CLASSES'
'VETERANS' in the Walla
Walla Veteran's Hospital
for Parties, Pleasure sand Gifts
'SWIMMING LESSONS' and
'Water Safety Instructions'
By Trained Instructor
This program is planned for the proposed new "lone