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BOISE CITY, OKLAHOMA, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 22, 1945 THE BOISE CITY Plainview News The Plainview school board went to Guy, mon Saturday and purchas- ed a new Kohler light plant. It was delivered Monday and the in- stallation was completed. Mr and Mrs. Tom Tippens ar- rived last week from New Mexico to visit their daughter, Mrs. Car- lisle Brown. Mr. and Mrs. Norval Wells took his mother, Mrs. Carrie Wells, to Amarillo last Friday, where she is receiving chiropractic treatments. Capt. and Mrs. Ralph Lowery were entertained last week in the homes of Mrs Minnie Pomeroy, Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Hitchings, Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Goff and Mr and Mrs Ezra Lowery. Accom- panying them were his parents, Christian Church (John H. Carpenter, Pastor) Bible school at 10 a. m. Morn- il~g worship and communion at 11 a. m Evening worship service and Bible study at 7:30 p. m The subject of the BLble school lesson is "Jesus, the Son of God." "Whosoever therefore shall con- feNs Me before men, he will con- fess also before my Father which is in Heaven." Have you made your concession of Christ? If not it is time you were doing so. Come to Bible school next Sunday and learn from the lesson how to make l your confession of Christ before it is too late. If you are a Christian, come to the morning worship and commun- ion service. Subject of morning sermon is "The Body of Christ" or "A Word Picture of the New Testament Church." This is the Mr. and Mrs. Orville Lowery, his :first of a series of sermons on the sister, Mrs. Dick Shuggart, and New Testament Church Bring 'his brother, Eugene. your bibles and notebooks and Mr. and Mrs. Bob Scott o Am- take down the scripture references arillo visited Sunday in the home on the church of Mr. and Mrs. Carlisle Brown. "Faith" is the subiect of the ev- Mrs Metre Brown accompanied - " enlng Bible study Come and them to Amarillo, where she .......... . s~uqy mls Jesson wl~n us. Tne took the tram for Bowm, Tex, to foundation of all true faith is the visit her parents. Word of God and without faith in Rev. and Mrs. John Cox and God, you cannot please Him. Mr. and Mrs. James Kincannon were Sunday dinner guests in the P,~nt~ut~! Chnreh Clifford Goff home. " .......... ~" ~TPasl--"" .Cpl. Nelson Lowery, with the, !," Opal Manmng, .i:tor).,, 67th Eng. Co., is now stationed in[ inls weegs prayer mee~ ~ wm h,~ Ph:~:----i--^S an~ . ~:,_, ,~.., -,Ibe held again at the Earl r ergu- ~s" very good to be back to civiliza-] son nome ,rdrs. rerguson wm leas tion a~ain after a ,,ear s,~ent in/ Teachers' training class will be the jungles of New Guinea and/Fmday mght at the church, con- Morotia [(mc~ea again oy Mrs. r erguson, -- " _ _ , __ J, due to the illness of the regular Pfc. Arthur Hanvey, zmo naN ! +,~..~.^_ spent the last several months in ~'~"~," -,. .... ~un(my services are as IOllOW~: Hawan, 1~ also now located m the ........ Ol~l~;.~,~ ~unuay scnoo|, Iu:lJU a. m. ...... ~'~' ...... Sermon, 11:20 Mrs Verna Grabeal and Mrs. Children's service 645 n m . . , ~. . Ilogene Oyler vlmted school Mon- Evening worship, 7"30 p m day ~orning and helped prepare Rev. T. V. Manning will bring the hot lunches for the day. both the morning and evening meN- Mr. and Mrs. Henry Hitchings sages. A friendly welcome is ex- and granddaughter, Jo Ann Low- tended to all. ery, and Mr. and Mrs. Earl Cavis and son, Allen, spent Wednesday evening with Mr. and Mrs. Everett Lowery. Kenton News (Last Week) Mr. and Mrs. William Easley of Lawton and Mrs. Estelle Rogers of Washington, D. C., arrived last Thursday for the funeral of their father, A. C. Easley which was, held Friday afternoon in Kenton. A1. S. Baker and Mrs. Beryl Messenger af Clayton attended the A. C. Easley funeral Friday. We are pleased to report that Roy Belding, who was taken seri- ously ill at his home west of Keh- ton last week, and received treat- ment at Dalhart, is making some gain. :Mr. and Mrs. Lindsey Allen were among the large number of friends froxn Boise City, who attended the Easley funeral here Friday. W. L. Womack of Pritchett, took his sister, Mrs. Ed Moulder, home with him last week for an indef- inite stay. Mrs Moulder is in ex- tremely poor health, and it is hop- eel the change will ,benefit her. The sympathy of our community is extended to the relatives of Mrs. Sarah North, who passed away at her home in Boise City, February 5, at the age of 96 years. Mrs. North was the oldest pioneer wo- man in this entire area, and was widely known and highly respected by all who knew her. She could be called thrice a pioneer, first in Kansas, then with her husband and children in Baca county, and last in No Man's Land In every sense ~ff the word, she was the Pioneer Wife and Mother, and one whom it was a real privilege to know. Card of Thanks We take this means of thanking our many friends who, .by word or deed, helped us through the illness and death of our little son, Richard Carroll. Mr. and Mrs. Max Van Leer FOR SALE -- Model D John Deere tractor, at a bargain. C.C. Nichols, Rt. 3, Dalhart. 33-3t* tures at Guymon. See Glenn Cost- ner, Rt. 4, Guymon, Okla. 33-2t* Trees trimmed to order. G.W. Snodgrass. 33-2t* Want---Man or woman for Raw- leigh route. Recently available Opportunities. Apply Rawleigh's, Dept. OKB-47-140. 34-1t* Will be in Boise City Feb. 28th to buy your hogs. Top hogs the 14th brought $13.75. Packing sows model. Motor in good condition New rubber tires Mrs. G. A. Paylor, Keyes 34-2* WANT TO SELL--Small store, well stocked; three buildings and ~hree lots. Also wheat drill, lister, one-way, tractor, trailor, harrow. See R. F. Reed, Felt. 34-2* FOR SALE-- Good Hereford bull two years old, also 32-volt windcharger and batteries. Paul G. Hones, Keyes. 34-2t NOTICE OF SALE OF REAL ESTATE"~ Notice is hereby given that R. J. French has filed in the office of the County Treasurer of Cimarron County, Oklahoma, a bid of $500, plus the cost of advertising and costs of sale, in accordance with the provisions of law, for 'S tops brought $12.75. If the river the Northeast quarter (NE 4) To meet the requirements for an of Section Thirty-four (34) markets don't change, the Boise l Oklahoma Teachers Certificate a City market will be the same. W.I Township Two (2) North, special examination will be held in B. Addington. 34_1t*I Range Nine (9) East of the my office in Boise City Saturday, I Cimarron Meridian April 28, in Oklahoma History, Oklahoma School Law, and Agri- FOR SALE--Havinu vurchased and that said property will be sold, culture a herd of registered milking short- subject to the approval, of the Anyone who wishes to take the ~ - , - ~oaru o~ ~oun~y ~omm~ssloners oI horns, I nave Ior sale all oI my Cimarron Count ^klah m examination will please let V grade heifers and milk cows, sired the 23rd da of eb ar 19 5 me b " . . y y, , know soon and oblige, y a regmtered mdkmg shorthorn b ]l : the office o the County Treasurer G.T. Ayers. .~ ,,,-- u . All bred to regmtered bull of Cimarron County, in Boise City, ~ _______ Talks by Men of the Church Priced to sell. Also three "Don Oklahoma, to said bidder at such .................. Acres Farm," registered milking price, unless higher bids are receiv- shorthorn bulls, one serviceable ed for said property on said date. II ScM aAN Special Music age Russell McDaniel, Felt 34-9* ............ " " ~Ja~eo ~nxs ~n clay oi reoruary,!I General Law Practice 1 ~- ............. 1945 l f FOR SALE -- New John Deere Mary Brakhage, lBoise City, Oklaho~na[! '" woun~y treasurer sulky rake. C~marron Implement ......... 1 ! ~.;0. ,:l~-ll, __ ~ __ ....... ~ 'l FOR SALE--Two-yr-old milking Harvey L. Brown shorthorn registered bull. Fred W. [ Justice of the Peace | Smith, 6 mi. W. and 2 mi.^..,+ ,N" of I and Notary Public .| Boise City. _ __ ~a-~t;!I Office 2nd Floor Courthouse | 1936 Alhs~ha | Residence Phone 179 [ lmers tractor, UC ~ and family Besides, it costs you taxes @ C. IL BOARD [ GENERAL LAW PRACTICE ] Boise City, Oklahoma | * Telephones | Office 187 Re~. 177[ ! Supervised, Secured, Liquid, Profitable; ] Dave Strauss l Active for 15 years I ! laAUL'N Or KmVS| GROWING RAPIDLY EVERY DAY . We inxite your investigation--See us! ,[ We have literature that explains fully. l AG NC You may have it for the asking. Boise City, Okla. GENERAL INSURANCE Surety Boa&, /ast your Real Estat~ with u. e Sulfa Powder A imJfa dru~ prep~rstioa Jw mMnml wounds. Fromotss pr0mPt h~llna. Convenient shaker ea~-- HALL DRUG CO. Boise City, Okla. WHEN THE LAND STARTS BLOWING BUY A Not Rationed Now Available Y By Merrill Kennedy, Guymon, Oklahoma At my farm 4 miles east and 8 miles north of Boise City Beginning at 1:00 P. M. the following 1 bedstead I mattress i bed spring 2 marble top dressers 1 4-burner gasoline stove with oven 1 4-burner perfection stove with oven 1 circulating coal burning stove 1 l-gal, perfection stove and lamp 3-row John Deere lister, a good one. 20-hole superior surface grain drih Numerous household and kitchen uten- sils, tools and wrenches Jim Patterson, Auctioneer ar some k~' s.d~ Ml,~wo** But ualik Washington, Hitler can never win; Ins system Js based on fear, threats, lies, treachery, persecution. Washington founded a better system. We are willing to fight [or it. 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