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1910 Fnrd Deluxe coupe. Pay
down $345.00. Rosewall Motor
FOR SALE 7 room house, bath,
stone cellar, woodshed, chicken
house, shade trees, lawn. Sell
reasonable. 103 Aiken St. See
Mrs. Canrton, phone 453. 2-4p
Keep your eye on our used car
lot for your transportation
needs. Rosewall Motor Co.
EXAMINATIONS for" state gov
ernment positions: Clerk I, II,
. Ill; Clerk Typist I, II, III; Clerk
Stenographer I, II, III. Apply
State Civil Service Commission,
444 Center Street, Salem, Ore
gon, before April 9, 1949. 2c
The 1949 Ford has been awarded
the Gold Medal for being the
most fashionable car of the
1942 Jeep. Pay down $250. Rose
wall Motor Company. i
FOR RENT Apartment and
rooms. 4fi Elder St. north of
If your, old car needs trading oft
Take it to Rosewall.
1940 Chevrolet sedan. Pay down
$270.00. Rosewall Motor Co.
FOR SALE, Five acres adjoining I
Heppner. Six-room house 2 '
bedrooms; masonite floors;
fruit, berries and shade; bu
tane range, hot water and heat;
full basement; bedroom furni
ture and radio. $8,000.00. Tur
ner, Van Marter & Co. 2tfc
The large number of trade-ins
on the 1949 Ford car gives us
the choice of used cars of all
makes to sell. See us for a bet
ter car. Rosewall Motor Co.
CITATION Ha 1160
IN THE I'ROBATB COURT OF THE
STATE OK ORKON KOH THfc
COUNT- OK MORROW.
In the Mutter of the Estate of S. J.
To Mry I'phH lvln, Claude Dv1ne.
MiLxine NVfii. Anuria Lee Divine,
Jum1 Devnie and Jipph Pevtne.
IN THE NA.MK OK THE STATE OF
OREGON: V.u are hprt'by Cited and
rebutted to apn'ar In the County Court
of the Stitte of Orcguti, fur the County
of Morruw, In the Court Room thereof,
ill the Court limine in the County of
Morrow, on the 11th dny of April. 1949.
at the hour of 0:(KJ o'rlixk In the fore
noon of tuiid dfiy. then and there to
Bhow cnuHe. If any you have, why an
order should not be made and entered
hy said Court. BUthumlntt and direct
liiK the ti'lmiiilHtiuinx of the erttate of
S. J. UpvIup. dpPHHPd. to hpII the fol
lowing d'-iiTlh'd real proporty, to-wit:
N K 1 of Sw. 2 To. 1 3. R. 26 K. W.
M. K, of the NW'i of Heetttm 26;
Sb of NRi of Section 26; WH of
Sertlon 35; in Tp. I North. Rang
26 E W.M . in Morrow County, KtuU
nald rpal property being the property
of the estate of the said 8. J. Devine,
WITNESS the Hon Garnet Barratt.
Judge of the 1'rohnte Court of the
State of OrPKon. for the County of
Morrow, with the wal of the Court af
lixpl thin 7th day of March, 1W9.
(COURT SEAL) Attenl:
C. V. BARLOW
61-3. County Clerk.
NOTICE OP FINAL ACCOUNT
Notirp is hereby givpii that the un
diTBinriPd. ndinlMHtrator of the e.itnte
of Ouy lUuiiin. dtTPawd. ha filed hi
final nrroiint with th Probate Court ot
the State of Oregon for the County of
Morrow, and Kaid Court hw n!t Mon
day, t)i 11th day of April. 1949. at the
hour of 10 mj A. M. In the Court Room
of the Morrow (.ounly Court House aa
the time and plare for hparlng on naid
fihul account. All pprnonn having objec
tlone to name arp hereby required- to
file the same with Raid Court on 'or
before the date net (or naid hearing.
Pntml and firM published Una ltrth day
of March, 11M9.
FRANK S PARKER,
J O. Turner, Attorney,
Heppner. Oregon. 61-3.
NOTICE TO CBEDITOBS
Notice la hereby given that the un
dcnugupil has bppn duly appointed ad
ininintnitor of the e.dale of J. T. Mr.
Milan. dpopnied, by t lie Probate Court
of t he State oi Oregon for Morrow
County, and has areppted auch truM.
All ppraonn having claims againat wild
Mtato are hereby required to preaent
the. name to the ad ml mat rat nr. wlfh
proper voucher attached, at the office
of J, O. Turner In Heppner. Oregon,
on or before six month from the date
hereof. Oated and find published this
17th day of Man h, 1949.
SAM Q. MrMILLAN,
J. O. Turner, attorney. 62-4
Broilers & Fryers
Delivery Each Friday
Heppner Ph. 112
The Dalles Phone 263S
114 E. 2nd St.
"We Go Anywherp.Anytime"
Grain, Ditch Banks, Willows, Cattle
and Sheep, Home and premise control
Phone 33 F 1 1
J. C. Ransier, lone, Ore.
'46 Ford Truck
'46 Ford Coupe
'37 Ford ViT Pickup
'41 Dodge Coupe
'37 Dodge Coupe
'40 International 3AT
'40 Chevrolet Truck
Why gamble? Buy with
If your car needs a good lubrica
tion job Take it to Rosewall.
NOTICE OF PIN Ali ACCOUNT
Notice la hereby given that the un-
deraigned. Administratrix and Admin
istrator of the e i Late of NEIL DOHER
TY. deceased, has filed with the Pro
bate Court of the State of Oregon, for
Morrow County their Final Account of
their Administration of the estate of
said deceased, and said Court has fixefl
Monday, the 18th day of April, 1949. at
the hour of ten o'clock In the forenoon
of aald day at the Court House at
Heppner, Oregon as the time and place
for hearing objections to aald Final
Account and the settlement of said es
tate, and persona having objections
thereto are required to file the same
with aald Court on or before the time
fixed for said hearing.
Dated and find, nub iahed this 17th
day of March, 1949
CHARLES J. DOHERTY",
Jns. J. Nys. Attorney,
Heppner, Orpgon. 62-4
in the circuit court of the
STATE OF OREfiON FOR THE
COUNTY OF MORROW,
NOEL K. DOHYNH and EVELYN E.
DOBYNS. husband and wife.
IDA B. ROLFSON. formerly Id B.
toenran ana jonn Loe Koirson. her
husband, whose true name Is un
known to plaintiffs; and the unknown
helra of Ida B. Rolfson. If deceased.
Also, any and all other persons or
parties unknown claiming any right,
title, lien, estate or Interest in the
real estate described In the complaint
herein; also the Full Gospel Mission
of lone, Oregon, Defendants.
To: Ma B. Rolfson, formerly Ida B.
Cochran and John Doe Rolfaon, her
husband, whose tnie name la un
known to plaintiffs; and the un
known helra of Ida B. Rolfaon, if de
ceased. Also, any and all other per
sons or parties unknown, claiming
anv right title, estate. Hen or In
terest In the real estate described
In the complaint herein; also the Full
Gospel Mission of lone, Oregon,
IN THE NAME OF THE STATE OF
OREGON: You and each of you are
hereby required to appear and answer
plaintiffs complaint filed against you
in the above entitled Court within four
weeks from the date of the first pub
lication of thla summons, and If you
fall to so appear or answer, for want
thereof, plaintiffs will apply to the
above entitled Court for the relief
prayed for in their complaint, to-wit:
For a decree quieting title In plain
tiffs In and to the following described
roal property, situate in the City of
lone. County of Morrow and State of
The East 160 feet of Block 17. Will's
Addition to the City of lone, Mor
row County. Htate of Oregon,
and that plaintiffs be adjudged to be
t he ownera of said proper, y 1 n fee
slmle and that whatever claim you may
have In said real property Is null and
void, and that you and each of you be
forever barred of and from any and
all right, title, estate, lien or Interest
In said real property and that plain
tiffs have such other and further re
lief aa may be just and equitable.
This summons Is served upon you
by publication thereof for four suc
cessive weeks in the Heppner Oaxette
Times, a newspaper of general circula
tion, published in Mrorow County. Ore
gon, pursuant to an order of the
Hon. Garnet Barrntt. Judge of the
County Court of Morrow County. State
of Oregon, which order Is dated March
16. 1949. and the date of the first
publication of this summons Is March
! 24th, 1949.
J. O. TUrlr PjH.,
Attorney for Pialntlffa,
Post Office Addreaa and
1 B residence. Heppner. Ore.
39 SW Dorlon Avenue
DON'T WAIT until fly time to
have your screen doors Install
ed. Order them now. Made to
order, any size. N. D. Bailey.
We have new and used Ford mo
tors for immediate Installation.
Rosewall Motor Company.
FOR SALE Modern 6-room house
with 34 basement, automatic
oil heat, garage. On corner lot
Chuck Hodge. Tel. 1114. 51tf
Dress up your car with a set of
Lyon's white wheel rims. Rose
wall Motor Company.
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, underblt
In right ear. $25 reward per
head for the recovery of these
animals. Ralph Reade, Spray,
Need a good truck? We have two
Ford and two Chevrolet trucks
equipped with grain beds and
platforms. These trucks have
good motors and new rubber.
If you are Just starting or need
an extra truck you can buy one
of these trucks for a fraction of
the cost of a new truck and
still get the job done. See us
for your transportation needs.
Rosewall Motor Company.
S08-6th St, Independence. Ore.
MODERN SEVEN ROOM HOUSE
GARAGE, WOODSHED, UTILITY
ROOM, NEW GAS RANGE k GAS
HOT WATER, DOUBLE PLUMB
ING, LOT 56X160, SEVEN YEARS
OLD, CONCRETE FOUNDATION.
ALL FOR ONLY $4500.00 OR
WILL TRADE FOR HEPPNER
TURNER. VAN MARTER 4 CO.
NOTICE OF SALE OF COUNTY
BY VIRTUE OF AN ORDER OF
THE COUNTY COURT, dated
March 17, 1949, I am authorized
and directed to advertise and sell
at public auction at not less than
the minimum price herein set
All of Section 33 in Township
4 North of Range 26 E.WM.
for the minimum price of
$1.50 per acre, cash.
All of Section 36 in Township
3 North of Range 23, E.W.M.
for the minimum price of
All that portion of Section 13,
Township 4 North of Range
25, E. W. M. lying South and
East of the Canal, except the
Northeast Quarter of the
Northwest Quarter and the
Northwest Quarter of the
Northeast Quarter, thereof,
containing approxi m a t e 1 y
396.63 acres for the minimum
price of $1.50 per acre, cash.
Therefore, I will on the 23rd day
of April, 1949 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.
NOTICE OF SCHOOL ELECTION
THE RURAL DISTRICT OF
MORROW COUNTY, OREGON
UPON QUESTION OF IN
CREASING TAX LEVY OVER
AMOUNT LIMITED BY SEC
TION 11, ARTICLE XI, STATE
Notice is hereby given that an
election will be held in Morrow
County, April 18. 1949, by the
Rural School District of Morrow
County, State of Oregon, In all
competent school districts of said
Rural School District.
The election will begin at 2:30
P.M. and will be held in the
school house in each of said com
petent districts. The purpose of
the election is to submit to the
legal voters of the rural school
district the question of Increasing
the tax levy for the fiscal year
beginning July 1, 1949, over the
amount limited by Section 11,
Article XI of the Constitution.
The reasons for increasing
such levy are: The combined lev
ying bases of all school districts
in the counly amounts to but
$90,557.44. The required tax levy
for all school districts of the
county is $380,051.00. The differ
ence between the required levy
and the base levy is $289,493.56.
The amount of tax, In excess
of the six per cent limitation pro
posed to be levied by the rural
school district of Morrow Coun
ty, Oregon, for the fiscal year be
ginning July 1, 1949, Is $289,493.
56. Dated this 24th day of March,
J. J. NYS,
Chairman, Rural School Board.
HENRY E. TETZ,
Secretary, Rural School Board.
SPECIAL SCHOOL MEETING
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN,
in compliance with Sec. III-908,
O.C.L.A., to the legal voters of
School District No 1 of Morrow
County, State of Oregon, that a
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, aa second
Subscription price, $3.00 a year;
single copies, 10c.
O. G. CRAWFORD
Publisher and Editor
WANTED Walking plow In
good shape, reasonable. Walter
Jeosen, lone. 2c
If your battery needs charging
Take It to Rosewall.
CONTRACT PAINTING Interior
and exterior. Paperhanging and
linoleum work. Workmanship
guaranteed. Write Modern
Painters, Herralston, or call
Heppner 2392. l-2p
Buy in Heppner. Rosewall Is nev.
FOR SALE or Trade for cheap
pickup, Model A sedan. Jack
Van Winkle. l-4c
If your car needs a new motor
Take it to Rosewall.
1937 Ford tudor sedan $395.00.
1937 Chevrolet coupe $395.00.
Rosewall Motor Company.
FOR SALE Modern two-bedroom
house, with garden and hot
house. Priced to sell. Gordon
Grady, Riverside Ave., Heppner,
Now is the time to have your car
tuned up for spring and sum
mer driving. Bring your car to
us for prompt service. Rosewall
FOR SALE Whte Monarch range
with colls, $50. Phone 503. l-2p
Wanted 100 cars to paint in our
DeVilbiss spray booth. Rose
wall Motor Company.
If your car has lost its pep
Take it to Rosewall.
FOR SALE Modern house, lot
and 5 acres adjoining, in Hepp
ner. Dan Bishop, box 394, lone.
If your car needs painting
Take it to Rosewall.
FOR SALE Used Norge refriger
ator, good condtron. Call 2265.
SPECIAL SCHOOL MEETING of
said District will be held at CITY
HALL, on the 18th day of April,
1949, at 2:30 o'clock in the after
noon, for the following objects:
To vote upon the proposed tax
levy for all of the school districts
of the county.
Dated this 24th day of March,
J. J. NYS,
Chairman, Board of Direc
tors, Morrow County Rural
HENRY E. TETZ,
District Clerk, Morrow
County Rural School Dis
trict. HOTICE TO CBEDITOM
Nntce ts hereby given that the un
dersigned was duly appointed by the
ProbHte Court of the State of Oregon,
for Morrow County, the Administrator
of the estate of JOHN S. JOHNSON,
deceased, and all persons having claims
against the estate of said deceased are
hereby required to present the same
duly verified with proper vouchers to
the undersigned Administrator or at
the law office of Jos. J. Nys. Heppner,
Oregon, within stx months from the
Dated and first published this 31st
day of March. 1949.
Jos. J. Nys.
Attorney for Administrator,
Heppner, Oregon. 2-6
IN THE COUNTY COURT OF THE
STATE OF OREGON FOR THE
COUNTY OF MORROW.
In the Matter of the Guardianship of
the Estate and Persons of BEVER
YL ANN BURNSIDE, LORETTA
MARIE BURNSIDE and SARAH
MAE BURNSIDE. Minors.
TO ALL OTHERS WHOM IT MAY
You and each of you are hereby re
quired to appear before the above en
titled Court at the Courthouse at Hepp
ner. Morrow County. Oregon, on the
Jnd day of May. 1949. at the hour of
10:00 o'clock In the forenoon of said
day to show cause why an Order should
not be made authorizing Esther Burn
side, the legal guardian of the above
Yea can grow one on 6V4 lbs.
of larro Chick Builder
and 2 lbs. of grain.
Through high prices and low
prices the answer to pullet profits
is good stock, good management
and top production pot bird I
With good profits in sight, why
take needless chances? Start your
chicks on Larro Chick Builder,
Give them the nutrients they
need for early and thorough de
velopment of inherited laying
ability. Be guided by facts de
veloped in 24 years of feeding
tests at Larro Research Farm,
For top profits this year, start
with Larro stay with Larro.
Morrow County Grain
C. A. Office
Rats living in Morrow county
are having a tough time of It
these days. It all started on Feb
ruary 23 when the first eight rat
control demonstrations was held
at the Donald Heliker farm near
lone. Before the three days of
demonstrations were over two
hundred fifty pounds of red squill
prepared bait and one hundred
twenty gas cartridges have been
sold. Farmers are still calling at
this office for the bait It seems
that the word gets around fast
that an excellent kill has been
obtained from the bait that has
been put out.
Another one hundred pounds
has Just been received. It Is still
fresh and ready to make a good
kill of rats on your farm. It is
being sold at cost ready mixed
and easily put out around farm
A bait the size of a walnut Is
put Into each hole, rat runway,
or among feed sacks... even
where damage is being done to
hay. Baiting is again done tn six
weeks to get any rats that were
too young to take bait or that
moved Into buildings after the
Attendance from Morrow coun
ty was very poor at the Cricket
Control association meeting held
at tke Vendome hotel in Arling
ton, Thursday afternoon, March
24. Byrne Thrailkill and Rufus
Wells of the Bureau of Entomol
ogy, and Robert Every, extension
entomologist, Oregon State col
lege, were present to discuss con
trol needs for 1949. The Morrow
county court and a representative
of the Gilliam county court were
present to discuss financing the
program. The bureau of entomol-
ogy has available all equipment
i that was used in this area last
year which will be available for
use this year.
Mr. Thrailwill told the group
present that there was approxi
mately 54,000 acres of cricket In
fested land in the area to be
baited this year. In the Butter
creek-Sand Hollow area crickets
are expected to hatch in the crop
land. Early baiting by farmers
will have to be done in this area
if crickets hatch as expected.
Poison bait to be used this year
will be toxaphene treated wheat
bran which is an improvement
over the bait formerly used. The
advantage of this bait is its long
killing effect which lasts for 30
days longer. It can be put out
at any time as it does not need
to be moist to get a kill of crick
ets. Baiting Is expected to get un
derway soon after April 1. Bait
and some equipment for use by
farmers will be available at
april tmrr meetings
March 31 Boardman.
April 1 lone.
April 5 Heppner, Mrs. R. B.
April 6 Rhea Creek, Tacle Par
ker, waffle luncheon.
April 8 Lexington, Marjorie
April 12 Lena, Mrs. Raymond
April 13 Irrigon, Mrs. Duece,
HOME EXTENSION PROGRAM
PLANNED rOB 1949-50
Morrow county is the first coun
ty to have its 1949-50 home ex
tension program planned. Eigh
teen homemakers met last Thurs
day, March 24, in the court room
to select the final program.
Previous to this meeting, each
unit had submitted to Miss Ma
bel Wilson, home demonstration
agent, lists of their needs and
wants for the coming year. Along
with this list, trends in the var
ious homemaking fields were
discussed. The report of the Farm
Home and Rural Life committee
was read. Suggestions from the
floor were received. Presiding
over the morning session was
Mrs. Russell Miller, Boardman,
Presiding during the afternoon
was Mrs. E. M. Baker, lone.
Mrs. Azalea Sager, state leader
in home economics extension
was present to help the group
in selecting their major and ml
In view of previous programs
offered in Morrow county, the
following program was selected:
Topics for Monthly Unit Meet
ingseach unit chooses seven.
Clothing and textiles: 1. Chll-
named minors, to sell the following
described real property, to-wlt :
The Southwest quarter of the
Southwest quarter of Section 13;
the South half of the Southeast
quarter of Section 14: the North
wpet quarter of Section 24, all in
Township 4 South of Ranee 24, East
of the Willamette Meridian,
belonging to the said minors, which ts
aubject to the dower right of Esther
This Citation Is published pursuant
to an order of the Honorable Garnet
Barratt Judge of the above entitled
Court, dated (he 30th day ot March,
First publication hereof made on the
81st day of March. 1949.
Attest: C. W. BARLOW,
County Clerk and Clerk of the
above entitled Court.
P W, Mahoney.
Attorney for the Guardian.
Poatofflce Addreaa: Heppner, Ore. J-6
Do You Have Enough
BLAINE E. IS0M AGENCY
Heppner Phone 723
ST. PATUCZ'S CATHOLIC
Schedule of services:
Man In Heppner on the Is
anel 3rd Sundays at 9 ajn.; 10:30
Mass In lone em the 1st and
3rd Sundays at 10:30 a.m.; 2nd
and 4h at 9 a.m.
Mass en the fifth Sunday one
mass enly 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:
tn lone at 9 a.m.
Mass In Heppner at 7:30.
ALL SAINTS MEMORIAL
Holy communion, 8.
Church school, 9:45.
Holy communion and sermon,
Evening prayer and instruc
Senior Y. P. F., 6:30.
Week-day services: Wednes
day, holy communion, 10; Friday,
holy communion, 7:30.
Choir practices: Wednesday,
girls' choir, 4; Thursday, boys'
choir, 4; Thursday, adult choir,
ASSEMBLY OF GOD -
Pastor, Shelby E. Graves.
Sunday, 9:45 a.m., Sunday
school; Mrs. Ora Wyland, Supt
Lesson topic, "Peter denies his
1 a.m., worship hour.
7 p.m., Christ's Ambassadors
7:45 p.m., evangelistic, singing,
testimonies and preaching that
you will enjoy.
Thursday, 7:30, Bible study on
the book of John.
Friday, 7:30, Bible study on
the book of John in the Pente
costal mission In lone. ,
Converted Russian evangelist,
Fred Versonlenko, will begin
special revival meetings Sunday,
April 10, so plan that you may
attend these meetings, as these
messages about Russia will be
of interest to all.
Come to Sunday school and
dren's clothing; 2. Blouse in a
day; 3. Finishes of wool dresses.
Home furnishings: 1. Home
dyeing; 2. Rug making; 3. Foot
stools; 4. New household fabrics
and how to handle them.
Nutrition: 1 Adding interest
to meals; 2. Making the most of
the food dollar.
The Better Dress Workshop will
be held In addition to the work
shop on slip covers, if Miss Wil
son's schedule allows.
A sewing machine clinic will
be held late in June to which
homemakers may bring their ma
chines and learn how to make
minor repairs and adjustments.
Two project leaders training
meetings will be given on gift
wrapping and child care.
A series of four recreation
training meetings will be given
in the fall. Tentatively planned
in cooperation with commercial
firms and the agricultural agent
are meetings on home beautifi
cation and better use of electric
power and appliances.
Attending this all-day meeting
were Mrs. Paul Slaughter and
Mrs. Fred Houghton, Irrigon; Mrs.
Russell Miller and Mrs. Clyde
Tannehill, Boardman; Mrs. Er
nest Heliker, Mrs. E. M. Baker,
Mrs. Bryce Keene, lone; Mrs.
Thelma Smethurst, Mrs. Donald
Campbell, Lexington; Mrs. Doug
las Drake, Mrs. Frank Davidson,
Mrs. Walter Becket, Mrs. Jerry
Brosnan, Mrs. Dallas Craber. Mrs.
George Currin, Mrs. Harold
Wright, Heppner. Miss Mabel
Wilson and Mrs. Azalea Sager,
Oregon State college, were also
SI Dresses Completed
Sixty-one cotton dresses have
been completed in Morrow coun
ty cotton dress workshops held
during March through home ex
tension unts. Twelve project lead,
ers have come to lone three full
days to receive training from clo
thing specialists, Mrs. Myrtle
Carter and Miss Lucy Lane.
Here they learned importance
of cutting on straight of mater
ials, correct marking, besides
learning better methods of set
ting sleeves, making button
holes, hems, and other finishing
The women participating in
this workshop are now eligible
for the better dress workshop to
be held next year. Project lead
ers are Mrs. Douglas Drake, Hepp
ner; Mrs. Paul Slaughter and
Mrs Johanna Ballard, Irrigon;
Mrs. Josephine Rands, Mrs. W.
E. Garner, Mrs. Ronald Black,
Boardman; Mrs. Omar Rietmann,
Mrs. L. A. McCabe, Mrs. Florence
Ely, Mrs. Sam McMillan, lone;
Mrs. Archie Munkers, Mrs. Cleo
Van Winkle, Lexington.
These 61 dresses will be fea
tured in a style review at the
homemakers' festival to be held
at the Rhea Creek Grange hall,
April 20, says Miss Wilson.
CHURCH OF CHRIST
Your Community Church
What are your thoughts, or
perhaps your questions, about
things in the Bible? Maybe you
have asked "Where did Cain get
his wife?" or "In What Language
did Balaam's donkey talk to his
rider?" or perhaps whether or not
the Queen of Sheba married King
Solomon, the wise man. Well, the
Bible is full of questions and
answers. But the one thing we
are concerned about is whether
or not your name is written in
the record book of heaven, that
your title may be clear to your
Church school, 10 a.m., worship
and preaching, 11 a.m.; singing
and preaching, 7:45 p.m.
J. Palmer Sorlien, minister.
Morning worship and sermon
at 11 a.m. with special music by
the choir, Mr, Paul McCoy, direc
Church school at 9:45 a.m., Mr.
Thos. W. Allen, superintendent.
Also adult Bible class. The Youth
Fellowship class meets at this
same hour, Mr. Vernon Bohles,
6:30 p.m., Junior Youth Fellow
ship, Mrs. Carl McDaniel, coun
Thursday, choir practice at 7:30
Womans Society for Christian
Service meets the First Wednes-!
day of each month at 8 p.m.
Church school board meets the
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lb. lift . . . 21-foot reach . . . "Wrist-Action" leverage . . .
to save you time, money, work on more than 50 farm jobs !
WATCH 'EM WORK ... the FARMHAND Loader attach
ments that perform miracle jobs of lifting, loading, stack
ing, moving and carrying. You'll discover dozens of ways
this great loader and attachments can he'.p on the farm!
AND TAKE A GOOD LOOK at the next wagon you'll be
buying... the FARMHAND "90" that gives you full
90 angle turns . . . Quick Hitch coupling . . . adjustable
bolster and reach ... a host of new features you want!
See this big working display
now during FARMHAND
third Thursrl.iy of each momh at
Conrert by the Chorus of Col
lege of Ptigtt Sound at th hiqh
school Rym Thursday. M,in-h M.
at 8 p.m.
MRS. C. N. PARSONS
DIES AT PRAIRIE CITY
Glenn Parsons and family wore
called to Prairie City Tuesday to
attend the funeral of Mr. Par
sons' grandmother, Mrs. C. N.
Parsons, who died at the family
home there Saturday. Mrs. Par
sons was past 80 years of age
and her death came suddenly.
A nalive of North Carolina, she
had been a resident of the John
Day valley for 50 years.
Salesmen or Sales Ladies,
if you are ambitious and
willing to Work
has a Job for you. Good pay 'i
fast promotion. j
Also school teachers and
ministers who would like
extra income write the
109 No. 6th St. Boise, Idaho
for information or
Everybody's Mining !