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    Heppner Gazette Times, Heppner, Oregon, Jan. 20, 1949
Sa 5
Want Ads
Saving electricity. We have shut
off our signs and flood lights,
but we are still open for bus
iness with 12 men ready to
serve you. Rosewall Motor Co.
FOR SALE One Model A Ford
truck, good condition; one post
or shingle saw. Dan Bishop, P.
O. Box 394, lone, Ore. 37tf
1942 Oldsmobile 76 series sedan.
Equipped with hydramatlc
drive and heater, pay $500.00
down. Rosewall Motor Co.
FOR SALE 1942 Chrysler Royal;
radio, spotlight, heater, Pres
tone. Runs like a top. See
Heppner Garage. 43tfc
FOR SALE Registered Airedale
pups. Ph. Heppner 20F3. 42tfc
We still have tire chains in the
popular sizes. Rosewall Motor
Wanted 100 cars to paint In our
DeVllbiss spray booth. Rose
wall Motor Company.
Fords and Friends Is our busi
ness. Rosewall Motor Co.
FOR SALE 1947 Plymouth 5
passenger coupe wtih radio,
heater and other accessories.
See Everett Kelthley or call
Heppner 942. 43-44p
1941 Nash sedan. Pay $335.00
down. Rosewall Motor Co.
FOR SALE One Kimball organ.
Arthur C. Keene, lone, Ore.
We have 20 years coverage In
Ford and Mercury motors.
Phone 1092 to have your car
and truck put In tip top shape.
Rosewall Motor Company.
FOR SALi-Fordson tractor and
2-bottom plow, $100. 25 square
red composition shingles, $5 a
square. N. D. Bailey. 44c
1936 Plymouth sedan, new paint
1935 Chevrolet coupe, new paint
1935 Plymouth coupe $295.00.
1934 Pontlac sedan $150.00.
Rosewall Motor Company
DON'T WAIT until winter comes
again to have storm windows
Installed. I make any size and
Install them. N. D. Bailey. 44c
Take the wheel and get the '49
Ford feel.
Rosewall is never under sold.
I WILL NOT be responsible for
any bills contracted by others
than myself. Sara Jane Adkins.
We have alcohol and permanent
type antl-freeze. Have yours
checked regularly. Rosewall
Motor Company.
FOR SALE Farmall tractor, ex
cellent condition, been used
very little." Joe Kenny, Heppner,
Ore. 44tfc
1941 Chevrolet 34 ton pickup
with stock rack. Ready for
the road. Pay down $410.00.
Rosewall Motor Company.
FOR SALE Four-wheel trailer,
Bruce Bothwell. 44-46p
Has your car had its RPM lubri
cation this month? Bring it to
us for prompt service. Rosewall
Motor Company.
FOR SALE Army Dodge Decon,
four-wheel drive, excellent con
dition, new motor and trans
mission. Bruce Bothwell. 44-46p
We cut and fit glass in all makes
of cars and trucks. See us if
your car Is breezy. Rosewall
Motor Company.
FOR SALE Delco combination
radio-phonograph. Inquire at
Ferguson cabins No. 4. Mrs.
Herblson. 44c
Let us underseal your new car to
protect it against rust, dust
and road nosies. Rosewall Mo
tor Company.
purebred Hereford yearling
bulls; some springer milk cows
and heifers; two 3-bottom Oli
ver tractor plows, with hitch;
3-section John Deere spring
tootlvj Chevrolet truck. Harold
Erwin, Heppner, phone 15F2.
Now is the hour to have your
truck overhauled for next sea
son's work. Rosewall Motor Co.
AUCTION SALES will be discon
tinued for about a month.
Watch Gazette Times for sales
ads. Heppner Sales Yard. 44c
If you need transportation of any
kind, new cars, used cars, new
trucks, used trucks, Clarence
Rosewall wants to see you.
WANTED Anyone having tur
keys or chickens for sale please
contact the Victory Cafe. lone,
Ore. 22tfc
We have two expert body and
fender men. Don't worry be
cause you bumped your fender
or door. Bring it to us and we
will make it look like new
again. Rosewall Motor Co.
FOR SALE 1948 6-cylinder super
de luxe Ford; 6:50 6-pl rubber;
radio and heater, seat covers,
spotlight, low mileage, and
clean. Call 2242, Lindell Broad
foot. 44tfc
Notice Is hereby given that the un
dersigned, administratrix of the estate
of Fred J. Nichoson, deceased, has
filed her final account with the Pro
bate Court of the State of Oregon for
the County of Morrow, and Baid Court
hae set Monday, the 24th day of Jan
uary 1949, as the time and the Morrow
County Court House as the place for
hearing on and final settlement of said
account All persons having objections
to said final account are hereby re
quired to file the same with said Court
on or before the date set for said hear
ing. Dated and first published this 23rd
day of December, 1948.
J, O Turner, Attorney. 40-44
Notice la hereby given that the un
dersigned administratrix of the estate
of WILLIAM T. DOHERTY, Deceased,
has filed with the Probate Court of the
State of Oregon, for Morrow County,
her Final Account of her administra
tion of the estate of said deceased, and
said Court has fixed Monday, th 24th
day of January, 1949, at the hour of
ten o'clock In the forenoon of said day
Moro than 1,000 Oregon physicians
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more than seven yean and th most beautiful
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You'll find it'i the most beautiful buy for
styling, for driving and riding ease, for per
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Schedule of services:
Mass In Heppner on the Is
and 3rd Sundays at 9 a.m.; 10:30
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
on the 2nd and 4th.
Holy days of obligation: Mass
tn Heppner at 7:30 a.m.; mass
First Fridays of the month:
In lone at 9 a.m.
Mass in Heppner at 7:30.
CHURCH (Episcopal)
Holy communion, 8 a.m.
Church school, 9:45 a.m.
Morning prayer and sermon, 11.
Evening prayer and instruclion,
5 p.m.
Junior Y.P.F., G:15 p.m.
Senior Y.P.F., 7:30 pm.
Week-day services: Wednes
days, holy communion, 10 a.m.;
Fridays, holy communion, 7:30.
Choir practices: Girls, Wednes
days at 4; boys, Thursdays at 4;
adults, Thursday at 8.
Pastor, Shelby E. Graves.
Sunday, 9:45 a.m., Sunday
school. A class for every age.
11 a.m., worship hour.
7 p.m., Youth for Christ.
7:45 p.m., evangelistic service.
Wednesday, 7:45 n.m., cottage
prayer meeting in lone.
Thursday, 7:45 p.m., Bible study
and prayer meeting. Lessons on
the book of Genesis.
To the Heppner Fire depart
ment for Iheir work when our
house burned and those wl;j
helped us rescue part of our be
longings we extend our thanks.
The kind consideration anj
generosity of our numerous
neighbors and other friends is
deeply appreciated. It is impossi
ble to express it adequately. We
always thought Morrow county
people were the best people in
the world, and now we know it.
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Becket
and Sharon.
Thursday, Jan. 23, 1919
Armez La Douceur, assistant
to E. R. Settles in the Settles
Electric company, returned Sun
day from central California after
spending a month or so at Stock
ton and other points. He says
the eastern Oregon sunshine is
much warmei than that he expnr.
ienced on his trip.
at the CV'urt Hnusp at Heppner. Oregon
aa the time and place for lie:iri! ob
jections to said j- inal Account unit Hie
settlement of said estate, and all per
sons having objections thereto are re
Quired to file the same with said Court
on or oeiore me time nxea lor t;uu
Dated and first published this
day of December. 1948.
rtutofj iAaii'.ni r.
Jos. J. Nys. Attorney,
Heppner, Oregon. 40-44.
Notice is hereby kivcii that the un
dersigned, The Fitst National Bonk uf
Portland (Oregon) was duly ai'itointed
by the Probate Court of the state of
Oregon for Morrow County, the ad
ministrator of the estate of ARTHUR
L. HUGHES, deceased, and all per
sona having claims againt the estate of
said deceased are hereby required lo
present the same to the undersigned
administrator with proper voucher duly
verified at the law office of Jos. J.
Nys. at Heppner, Oregon, within six
montns irom tne aate nereoi.
Dated and first published this Mr,
day of January. 1949,
42-46 Administrator.
News From
C. A. Office
Poultry Cookery to be
Mrs. Elmer Palmer and Mrs.
Beth Clark of Rhea creek will
demonstrate new methods of
poultry cookery Wedaesday, Jan.
25, at the home of Mrs. Ethel Ad
ams. The demonstration will be
gin at 10:30 a.m. and close by
3:30 p.m. Persons wishing to at
tend this meeting are invited to
come and bring either a salad
or dessert for the potluck dinner.
Any homemaker in Morrow coun
ty is welcome to come to this
meeting in Heppner.
Time for Agricultural Planning
The agricultural planning sub
committee chairman will meet
January 25, Tuesday, in the
county courtroom at 10 a.m. to
review progress made during the
past year on recommendations
made. In the light of this review,
new recommendations will be
made. Charles W. Smith, assist
ant director of extension work,
Oregon State colllege, will be
present at the meeting.
To Alter Patterns
Miss Mabel Wilson, home dem
onstration agent, will demon
strate methods of altering pat
terns at the home of Mrs. George
Currin for the Lena unit on Fri
day, January 28, at 1 p.m. Miss
Wilson has given similar dem
onstrations on that subject to 12
Morrow county homemakers this
month.. Persons interested in the
subject are invited to attend this
New Cottons Bring Spring Fever
When homemakers get to look
ing at the lovely cotton fabrics
on the market, it makes them
think surely spring is just around
the corner. You can take your
pick of many different types of
cotton materials now and it is
hard to choose one above the
other. The irridescents are most
interesting. Chambrays look like
changeable taffetas and silks
and yes, there are even cotton
taffetas on the market!
Plaids come in large or tiny-
rectangles lovely in the new
soft colors. Stripes and checks
are right in there beside them.
These fine checks make a nice
all-over effect when you see them
a short distance away. The trend
seems to be toward the feminine
styles in materials. The more
feminine the better. That unclut
tered look is the most popular.
The paisleys and the east In
dian and oriental designs that we
saw in ready-to-wear last year
are here in yardage this year.
Damask prints are coming out.
So are the cotton tweeds and
dobby weaves we see ordinarily
in men's shirts.
Texture is very important. Silks
are plentiful and in many varia
tions. As to color beige and cream
color are pushing the gray into
the background. Dark blue is
very good; especially with white
trim. Brown and violet are two
other very popular basic colors
this season. To go with these ar
the red-orange, tangarine, peach
and pale pink. Sea foam, jade,
and flame are coming up the
popularity ladder, too.
Notice is hereby given tuat the un
dersigned administrator of the estate
of Lola E. McCabe. deceased, filed with
the Probate Court of the State of Ore
gon for Morrow County, his final ac
count of his administration of the es
tate of said deceased, and said Curt
fixed Monday, the 7th day of Febru
ary 1949. at the hour of 1,0:00 o'clock of
said day at the Court House at Hepp
ner. Oregon, as the time and place for
hearing objections to said final account
and the settlement of said estate, and
all persona having objections thereto
are hereby reoured to Hie tne same
with said Court on or before the lime
fixed for said hearing.
Dated and first published this titn
day of January 1949.
. EAHL FKA.NC1S Met Allf..
Jos. J. Nys, Attorney. 42-46
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Check with
Heppner Phone 723
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due to a clogged septic tank or cesspool.
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