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Heppner Gazette Times, Heppner, Oregon, Mar. 10, 1949
DON'T WAIT until winter comes
again to have storm windows
installed. I make any size and
install them. Also repair vacu
urn cleaners..N. D. Bailey. 44tfc
Wanted 100 ears to paint in our
DeVilbiss spray booth. Rosewall
FOli SALE Modern two-bedroom
house, with garden and hot
house. Priced to sell. Gordon
Grady, Riverside Ave., Heppner,
1937 Chevrolet town sedan. Pay
down $140.00. Rosewall Motor
FOR SALE Fordson tractor a"nd
2-bottom plow, $100. 25 square
red composition shingles, $5 a
square. N. D. Bailey. 44c
1940 Ford tudor sedan, recondi
tioned motor. Pay down $445.00.
Rosewall Motor Company.
S08-6th St., Independence. Ore.
MODERN SEVEN ROOM HOUSE
GARAGE, WOODSHED, UTILITY
ROOM, NEW GAS RANGE & GAS
HOT WATER, DOUBLE PLUMB
ING, LOT 56X100, SEVEN YEARS
OLD, CONCRETE FOUNDATION.
ALL FOR ONLY $1500.00 OR
WILL TRADE FOR HEPPNER
TURNER. VAN MARTER & CO.
1941 Nash GOO sedan. Pay down
$325.00. Rosewall Motor Co.
FOR SALE 1948 6-cyUnder super
de luxe Ford; 6:50 6-pl rubber;
radio and heater, seat covers,
spotlight, low mileage, and
clean. Call 2242, Lindell Broad
1947 Deluxe Ford tudor with all
the accessories In the book. Pay
down $500.00 Rosewall Motor
STRAYED from my ranch, one
bald faced bay and one bald
faced gray-roan. Branded JK
on right shoulder. Left late In
December, 1918. Write me or
call 1711, lone, Wate C. Craw
ford. 50-51 p
If your motor has lost its power
you can restore Its original pep
by installing a new or recon
ditioned motor. Bring It in at 8
a.m., take It out at 6 p.m. with
a new motor. Rosewall Motor
FOR SALEWell pipe several
sizes. Buy now while available.
A. M. Edwards, Lexington.
We have the studded ground grip
tires for those muddy roads.
Rosewall Motor Company.
FOR SALE 32 Graham-Hocme
plow, 1918 model with spring
teeth. Chailes Carlson, lone,
Don't worry because some one
has dented your fenders. We
ran Iron out the dents and
match the paint so it will look
new again. Rosewall Motor Co.
FORSALE 7"Foom home with
three bathrooms; corner lot,
Ideal location. See Terrel Benge
or phone 203. 49-52p
Now is the hour to place your
order for the new car of your
choice. The stylish new Ford.
Rosewall Motor Company.
FOUND Camera and case. Same
can be had by identifying at
Gazette Times office and pay
ing advertising costs. 50-52c
Let us undeiseal your new car
against dust, rust and road noi
ses. Rosewall Motor Company.
FOR SALE About 100 sacks of
oats. Phone 555, Heppner. 50 51p
FOli SALE Some very nice Chi
na and glassware at the Rum
ble apartments. Phone 2552.
WANTED Housework and baby
sitting. Phone 2552, Rumbles.
WANTED Custom "plowing. Box
313, Arlington, Ore. 5c
FOR SALECrib, size 30 x" 54,
with spring and mattress, ex
cellent condition. Cost $40, will
sell for $20. L. L. Pate, Hepp
ner. 501 fc
The 1919 Ford has been awarded
the gold medal for being Amer
ica's most stylish car
FOR SALE Twb new Massey
Harris 4-bottom mouldboard
plows, with or without McClln
tock hitch. New, never been us
ed. Arthur Hunt, Lexington. 51c
FOR SALE Home Comfort range,
excellent condition, $75; West
inghousc electric range, $10.
Will trade for calves, pigs, fry
ers, or grain. Walt Young, ph.
Hcrmlston, Rte. 1. 51-52c
You have trie new look. Now try
the new Ftrd ride.
FOR SALE Modern 6-room house
with 34 basement, automatic
nil hpat. carnsc. On corner tot.
rhiirlt Ilnflire. Tel. 1114. 51tf
Ti!A("TriR TIRES 50' off list
while they last. NEW. Western
Anln Snnnlv. 51c
We extend you an Invitation to
drive the new 1949 Ford car.
Try the new Ford feel in Amer
iKii'a most sivllsh car regard
less of price. Rosewall Motor
FOnn COUPE $70 down. Ca
Wnclnrn Allto SlintllV. 51c
DOODLE BUG New. $100 sales
i.rlre. Weslern Auto Supply.
Grain, Ditch Banks, Willows, Cattle
and Sheep, Home and premise control
Phone 33 F 11
J. C. Ransier, lone, Ore.
1946 Ford Coupe
1946 Ford 2-ton Truck
1941 Dodge Coupe
1941 Chevrolet Pickup
1936 Ford Pickup
1936 Ford Coupe
1936 Dodge Coupe
1935 Plymouth Coupe
Why gamble? Buy with
FOR SALE Home in Heppner,
including electric stove, oil
heater, Venetian blinds, drapes,
curtains, inlaid linoleum; fir-,
tex throughout. Jack Van Win
FOR SALE Three new 10-ft.
Massey-Harris disc drills com
plete with hitch. Also new Cal
kins grain feeder. Can be seen
at Spring Hollow ranch. Frank
Join the Ford convertible club.
FOR SALE Spring seed rye. Call
Heppner 13F34, or write Claud
Huston, lone Ore. 51-52p
FOR SALE Three M.M. S-ft. disc
plows with hitch. Good condi
tion. John Proudfoot, lone, Ore.
Keep your eye on our used car lot
for your transportation needs.
Rosewall Motor Company.
WANTED Dependable man or
woman as local representative
on permanent basis to write
new, streamlined hospitaliza
tion and health insurance, dis
ability benefits, etc. High first
commissions and liberal renew
als. Experience preferable but
not required as we will assist
you. Write: Intermediate Div
ision, Continental Casualty Co.,
329 S.W. Oak St., Portland 4,
Oregon. 51 -52c
STRAYED from the Umatilla Na
tlonal Forest during the season
of 1948, 2 cows and their calves,
branded 32 on right hip, crop
and split in left ear, underbit
In right ear. $25 reward per
head for the recovery of these
animals. Ralph Reade, Spray,
Bring your car in at 8 a.m., take
it out at 6 p.m. with a new mo
tor. One day installaton. Rose
wall Motor Company.
DOUBLE UNIT MILKER Gas
powered, new. 407 off. $200
sales price. Western Auto Sup
DON'T WAIT until fly time to
have your screen doors Install
ed. Order them now. Made to
order, anv size. N. D. Bailey.
BOTICB TO CBEDITOBS
NflTH'K IS IIKKK11Y GIVEN that
tho uiitirrRiKru'd wi- '"'y appointed by
lh Frobile court or me hiuio oi jre-
. for Morrow county, me Mwuutr
of tin I Ml Will and TrMMiirnl nl
Amelia Fritters, dpceitHt'd. and all ppr
Rons having claims against the estate
of aald deceased are hereby required
o present the same with proper vou
hers to said Kxerutor at the law office
of Jos. J. N. at Heppner. Oregon
within 6 months from the date hereof.
baled and first published this luth
day of February, 1949.
I-KAINK rKAir.no, E,evuior.
.los. J. Nvs.
Attorney for Executor,
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Notice la hereby ulven that the un
dersigned has been duly appointed, by
the 1'robate court ni morrow i mmiy.
OreKon, administrator of the estate Tf
Mary Messenger, deceased. All persons
having claims against the said estate
are hereby reqnired to nie ine same
with proper vauchers attached, with the
administrator, at the office of J. O.
Turner, In Heppner. Oregon, on or be
fore six months from the date of first
publication of this notice.
LmiCO HIU1 1111 llllMIOIIlU lino 1IHI
day of February, 1919.
t. T. MESSENGER,
NOTICE OF SALE OF COUNTY
RV VIRTUE OF AN ORDER OF
THE COUNTY COURT, dated Feb
ruary 8, 1910, 1 am authorized and
directed to advertise and sell at
public auction at not less than
the minimum price herein set
All of Seel ion 8. In Township
2 North of Range 26, E.W.M.
for the minimum price or
$5.00 per acre, cash.
Beginning at a point 91 feet
West from the Southeast cor
ner of Block 2 of the original
town (now city) of Heppner,
Morrow County, Oregon, run
ning thence North 66 feet;
thence West 10 feet; thence '
South 27 feet, 9 inches; thence
West 11 feet, 5 inches; thence
South 38 feet, 3 inches; thence
East 21 feet, 5 inches to the
place of beginnng for the
minimum price of $3500.00,
cash. This property is now oc
cupied by the Pacific Tele
phone and Telegraph Com
pany and is subject to lease
expiring December 31, 1949.
THEREFORE, I will on the 12th
day of March, 1919 at the hour
of 10:00 A.M. at the front door of
the Court House in Heppner, Ore
gon sell said property to the high
est and best bidder.
C. J. D. BAUMAN, Sheriff,
Morrow County, Oregon,
HOT1CE OF FINAL ACCOUNT
Notice la hereby given tltat the un
dersigned Administrator of the estate
of MAGGIE FRENCH, deceased, has
filed with the Probate Court of the
State of Oregon, for Morrow County,
his Final Account of his administration
of the estate of said deceased and said
court fixed Monday, the 21st day of
March, 1949, at the hour of ten o clock
in ttie forenoon of aaid duy, at the
Court House at Heppner, Oregon, aa
the time and place lor hearing objec
tion to said final acount and the set
tlement of aaid estate, and all persons
having objections thereto are hereby
required to file the same with 5.tlJ
court on or before the time fixed for
Dated arid first published this 17th
day of February. 1949.
LEWIS BARCLAY, Administrator.
Jos. J. Nys.
Attorney for Administrator,
Heppner, Oregon. 48-52
CITATION No. 1150
IN THE PROBATE COURT OF THE
STATE OF OREGON FOR THE
COUNT-f OF MORROW.
In the Matter of the Estate of S. J.
To Mary Pearl Devine. Claude Devine,
Maxlne Ness, Lauris Lee Devine,
James Devine and Joseph Devine.
IN THE NAME OF THE STATE OF
OREGON: You arc hereby Cited ai.d
required to appear in the County Court
of the State of Oregon, for Uie County
of Morrow, in the Court Room thereof,
it the Court House in the County of
Morrow, on the Uth day of April. 1949,
at the hour of 10:00 o'clock In the fore
noon of said day. then arid there to
show cause, if any you have, why an
order should not be made and entered
by said Court, authorizing and direct
ing ttie administiatrix of the estate of
S. J. Devine, deceased, to seil the fol-
owing described real property, to-wit:
NE', of Sec. 2 Tp. 1 S. R. 26 E. W.
M. 8 '4 of the NWVj of Section 24:
8H of NE'i of Section 26; W4 of
Sec'.lon 35; in Tp. 1 North. Range
26 E.W.M., In Morrow County, State
said real property being the property
of the estate of the said S. J. Devine,
WITNESS the Hon. Garnet Barratt,
Judge -of the Probate Court of the
State of Oregon, for the County of
Morrow, with the seal of the Court af
fixed this 7th day of March. 1949.
lOOURT HEAL) Attest:
C. W. BARLOW.
51-3. ' County Clerk.
JOTICE OF FINAL ACCOUNT
Notice is hereby given that the un
dersigned, admtl.lstrator of the estate
f Guy Hsuton. deceased, has filed his
final account with the Probate Court ol
the State of Oregon for the County of
Morrow, and said Court has set Mon
day. Ihe 11th day of April. 1949 at the
hour of 10:00 A. M. In the. Court Room
of the Morrow County Court House as
the time and place for hearing on said
final account. All persons having objec
tions to same are hereby required to
file the same with said Court on or
before the date set for said hearing.
Dated and first published this 10th day
of March. 1949.
FRANK S. PARKER.
J. O. Turner. Attorney.
Heppner. Oregon. 51-3.
INVITATION FOR BIDS
Scaled bids in duplicate for the
construction of Morrow County
Hospital at Heppner, Oregon, will
be received at the office of the
County Clerk at Morrow County
Court House until 2:00 o'clock P.
M., March 17th, 1949, and then
at said office, publicly opened
and read aloud.
The County Court of Morrow !
County reserves the right to
waive any informality in, or to
reject any or all bids.
THE COUNTY COURT OF
MORROW COUNTY, ORE
GON, By Judge Garnet
On or about February 24th,
1949, drawings and specifications
for the construction of a General
Hospital at Heppner, Oregon,
will be available for distribution
to general contractors by Roald,
Schmeer & Harrington, 1104
Spalding Building, Portland, Ore
Applications from contractors
interested in bidding on this work
not to exceed two sets of drawings
and specifications together with
payment of $50.00 per set should
be filed promptly with the Archi
tects, and the bidding material
will be forwarded, shipping
charges collect, as soon as avail
able. Any bidder upon returning
such set promptly and in good
condition will be refunded his
payment, and any non-bidder
upon so returning such set will
be refunded $25.00. Bids on this
work will be opened by the Clerk
of Morrow County on the date
named In the specification, which
will be about 21 days after the
bidding material is available for
Heppner Ph. 1 12
The Dalles Phone 283S
114 E. 2nd St.
"We Go Anywhere.Anytime"
The Heppner Gazette, established
March 30, 1883. The Heppner
Times, established November
18, 1897. Consolidated Feb. 15,
Published every Thursday and
entered at the Post Office at
Heppner, Oregon, as second
Subscription price, $3.00 a year;
single copies, 10c.
O. G. CRAWFORD
Publisher and Editor
CHURCH OF CHRIST
Glenn Warner, assistant pas
tor of the Mallory Avenue Chris
tian church in Portland, will con
duct the services and bring the
message at the Hepp.ier Church
of Christ at 11 a.m., Sunday,
J. Palmer Sorlien, Minister.
Morning worship and sermon
at 11 a.m. Special music by choir,
Mr. Paul McCoy, director. Church
school at 9:45 a.m., Mr. Thos. W.
Allen, superintendent. Youth Fel
lowship class at this same hour,
Mr. Vernon Bohles, counsellor.
Adult Bible class and a class for
everyone. You are welcome.
6:30 p.m., Junior Youth Fel
lowship, Mrs. Carl McDaniel,
Thursday, choir practice at
The Womans Society of Chris
tian Service meets the first Wed
nesday of each month at 8 p.m.
Church school teachers meeting
Thursday, March 17, at 8:30 p.m.
ALL SAINTS MEMORIAL
Holy communion, 8.
Church school, 9:45.
Morning prayer and sermon, 11.
QUICK RELIEF FROM
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dub to EXCESS ACID
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At U r-AWm. 1 1 1 T
Evening prayer and instruction,
Week-day services: Wednesday,
holy communion, 10; Friday, holy
communion, 7:30; Friday, child
ren's service, 4.
Choir practices: Girls, Wednes
day at 4; boys Thursday at 4 ad
ults, Thursday at 8.
CHURCH OF CHRIST.
Yes, our church attendance is
Increasing, and our goal is set.
Will you be one to help us reach
It? And don't forget that the
church Is the mainspring of so
cial Justice and liberty, and the
hub around which the wheels of
Industry revolve toward success.
Just read the history of other
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BLAINE E. IS0M AGENCY
Heppner Phone 723
The Honeymoon is Over!
It Hs a Sellers Market Mow
All the best information points to the fact the buying
public is no longer eagerly seeking merchandise but
instead must be invited to buy. This means that the re
tailer or any establishment with anything'to sell must
reach the buying public with news of ware and services.
There is one effective medium of reaching
the public the most effective because it
is far-reaching and economical and that
Newspaper Advertising . . .
Your message in a few words will go far
ther than by any other means. The printed
word is peimanent. That is why no other
type of advertising has supplanted news
Advertising in the local paper is not a matter of charity
to the publisher. It is a business and something to be
considered by every individual or firm having something
to sell. Give it a fair trial and you will be convinced.
HEPPNER GAZETTE TIMES
rtro7?f ARTHS ATWS I
ppssewri S?ous traffic I
?ocKr shps of w future:. I
countries without churches and
Christ. Our church school, 10 a.m.
Worship and preaching, 11 a.m.
Singing and preaching, 7:30 p.m.
Z. Franklin Cantrell, Minister.
ST. PATRICK'S CATHOLIC
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
in Heppner at 7:30 a.m.; mass
First Fridays of the month:
in lone at 9 a.m.
Mass in Heppner at 7:30.
C. A. Office
Homemakers Busy Sewing
At least 65 homemakers in
Morrow county will be busy con
structing a cotton dress the next
two weeks. That number Is en
rolled in the Cotton Dress Work
shop to be conducted in each
community by local leaders in
the extension units. Those lead
ers meet Friday, March 11, at the
lone Grange hall to receive their
first day of training from Mrs.
Myrtle Carter, O.S.C. specialist.
They will meet again March 18
Welding Thread Nowl
One of the large manufacturers
is working on a new construction
process for sewing thread. The
strands are welded together in
stead of twisted thus eliminating
kinking, snarling, splitting and
All Work and No Play
Recreation is as necessary as
breathing. People have had re
creation from time immemorial.
Even animals have some forms
of recreation. Anyone who has
watched kittens or puppies real
izes that. Deer play "follow the
ASSEMBLY OF GOO
Pastor, Shelby E. Graves.
Sunday, 9:45 a.m., Sunday
school. A class for every age;
Mrs. Ora Wyland, superintendent.
1 a.m., worship hour. Inspira
7 p.m., Christ's Ambassadors.
7:45 p.m., evangelistic service.
Special music and' singing that
you would enjoy.
Tuesday, 7:45 p.m., Rev. Cow
ins will be presenting some very
interesting information concern
ing the need of and for foster
homes at this time.
Wednesday, 7:45 p.m., cottage
prayer meeting, lone.
1825 N.W. VAUGHN, PORTLAND 9, OREGON AT. 1389
MERRY MIXERS MEET
Joan Breeding, 13-year old 1 11
club girl wth 3 years club exper
ience, will lead the Lexington
Merry Mixers 4 H club as presi
dent this year. Assisting her as
vice president is Betty Lou Mes
'senger and the secretary is De
anna Steagall. There are seven
girls enrolled In this club as cook,
ing I members and two. girls en
i rolled as clothing I members.
Mrs. Oscar Breeding is the lcad
jer. Attending the Monday meet
ling were Mr. and Mrs. Truman
Messenger and Mr. and Mrs. Os
jcar Breeding. Miss Mabel Wilson
led the discussion on living up
,to our best in 4-H club work,
14 SONG BOOKS GONE
Fourteen 4-H club song books,
"Oregon Sings Music of the
World," are gone out into the
county, beng used at club meet
ings and functions. This is a new
tiny booklet containing 33 pages
of folk songs, religious numbers
and fun songs ail with music
for the piano. Fresh off the press,
these books can be gotten at the
county agent's office.
munity slide, says Miss Jessalee
Mallalieu, O.S.C. recreation spe
cialist. I Miss Mallalieu will be in Mnr
irow county Saturday, March 26
to conduct a training meeting in
family type recreation. Young and
I old are eligible. No equipment is
needed. All organizations in the
county are urged to send repre
sentatives to this public meeting.
.That evening she will be in
; Boardman to conduct a similar
! type of meeting for Irrigon and
1 Boardman families.
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