The Gate city journal. (Nyssa, Or.) 1910-1937, September 26, 1930, Image 1

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    NYSSA, OREGON
Gateway to the Owyhee and
Black Canyon
IRRIGATION
VOLUME XXV
PROJECTS
THE GATE CITY JOURNAL
NYSSA. OREGON. FRIDAY. S e p t . 26. 1930
NO. 1
NYSSA HAS A LOST IN HILLS,
WCTU CONVENTION FINDS WAY OUT
Personals , Society , Nyssa Home Locals
OREGON
NYSSA,
Busiest and Fastest Growing
Town in Oregon
INVESTIGATE-—LOCATE
♦1.50 PER YEAR
APPLE PICKING ¡HIGHWAY NEEDED
AI EDIL DEAS! FROM NYSSA TO
Houston Dunaway, Margal Col- Mrs. Jim Duncan and daughter Dr. E. D. Norcott was visited
ans, Margaret Hunt and Kather­ were visitors at tne home of Mrs. by his brother of Milwaukee,
We have often heard remarks
ine Leuck left, Friday morning, I Felton on Tuesoay. Mrs. Felton’s Wis., this week.
Good Program, Business and The No lit le concern was aroused for the University of Oregon, at * visitors come from Twin Falls.
that
the Oregon-Idaho apples, in
Mr. and Mrs. Peter Steele, of
over the report, Monday, that Eugene.
the
Snake
River Valley near
Election of Officers
Silver
City,
Idaho,
were
business
Mrs. Bud Anderson, Mrs. G. B.
Herbert Hoxey was lost in'the
Dan Hanks and Kenneth Mc- 1 Stacey were Ontario and Payette visitors in Nyssa, Tuesday. They Nyssa, if properly looked after, Short Route From
rugged mountains beyond Unity.
report the mining business look­ were as good apples and the yield
The County Convention of the With Jake Fisher, John Law­ Nall are going to attend school at visitors Tuesday.
Nevada-California
better than the Wenatchee or
W. 0. T, U. met Tuesday in the rence and John Ray, he was on a O. A. C. They left Thursday.
Due to the fact that it rained, ing good in their region.
Hood River apple. Apple picking
M. E. church. Josie £. Douglass, deer hunt in the Blue Mountains Mrs. Wright, of Cordelane, Ida Monday, the backing house did The Epworth League Cabnet is in full swing now. Many pick­
County Vice Pres., from Nyssa, northwest of here. Becoming is visiting her sister Mrs. I. W. not open until Wednesday, a met Tuesday evening and planned ers are in the orchards and from Eastern Washington traveling
opened the meeting at 11 a. m. seperated in the brush, rocks and Gurber.
brighter day for the packing crew, to have active and associate mem­ Nyssa many boxes will be shipped. south. Tourists wanting a short
bers, their business and social The large orchards just across route to San Francisco, Eastern
Mrs. Zoe E. Jones conducted the trees of a gorge, the three young The church is giving a harvest
The new O K barber shop op-
devotionals by the audience sing­ men lost sight of herbertfinially
sale, Thursday and Friday, Oct. ened “with a bang” Tuesday. It meetings to be every Thursday. the river, at Apple Valley, are Oregon and all of Idaho would
ing, and the reading of the tenth coming home for aid in searching
9 and 10, down town. The pub­ looks classey in it’s popular colors Every department has a full pro­ more than loaded with the fruit. save a day’s time if a highway
chapter of Mark, after which Mrs. for him. All Sunday, Sunday
gram for the year.
It is a good apple year, as it is a was built between Nyssa and
lic is earnestly requested to do­
Jones offered prayer. The busi­ night and Monday'Herbert explor­ nate any article of hand work, of blue and white and everything Several ladies have completed good prune year, good corn year, Winnemucca.
Such a route
matches. Mr. Stacey and Mr.
ness' meeting was conducted by ed the big hills alone, at last
clothing, vegetables, fruits, poul­ Pounds will welcome you to the the canning and p r e s s in g of hay year—in fact, our irrigated would connect with the highway
Mrs. C. E. Bingham, of Ontario, wandering into Prairie City Mon­ try, in fact any gift will be gladly
fruit and vegetables, to be used lands and perfect climate knows going to Oakland, at Winnemucca
new, easy chairs.
Co. President, and Mrs. I. G. day evening.
The Southeastern part of Oregon
received.
Bring your gifts to Mrs. Ethel Crawford entertain­ for needy families this winter. no crop failures.
Frizzell acted as Secretary in the
is highway shy; in fact, no roads,
They
will
meet
every
Thursday
the M. E. church basement or call ed at .bridge, last week. The
absence of Mrs. Charles, Co. Sec.
and if the State Highway Com­
13 and we will call for them The invitad guests were Miss Eva for work at the church, as long as Malheur Co. at
After the minutes were read and Austrian Winter Peas proceeds of this sale will be used
mission will allow this highway,
fruit is received.
Boydell and Mrs. Harlin Diven.
approved, the following officers
The State Fair the government will no doubt
to clear the $350. debt of the M E Mrs. Sarazin won first prize and
were elected: Mrs. C. E. Bing­
build a good stretch of it. It is
Reception For Teachers
Mrs. Hall second prize.
ham, County President: Mrs. LG. A new crop tried out in Mal- parsonage.
At the Oregon State Fair, this the shortest route for many thou-
Frizzell, Recording Secretary; heur county this year for the first Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Smith visit­ Miss Blockland accompanied by An informal party and reception week, Malheur county is repre­ ands, and for comparative distance
Mrs. F. A. Everett, Treasurer; time that offers promise of occupy ed at their former home, La- Mr. and Mrs. A1 Thompson, went for the teachers was held last sented by more 4-H club exhibits we note that to San Francisco by
Mrs. J. E. Douglass, County Cor-|¡ng an important acreage is Aust- Grande, last week. They say that to the Owyhee Dam Sunday night week. The party was given for than ever before and by a gor­ Nyssa-Winnemucca is only 684
responding Secretary. Each Un- rjan winter
A pianting of all crops look splendid in that dis­ where church services were held. the purpose of getting the teach­ geous booth filled to capacity with miles, while by Portland from
trict.
ion must elect their own County, , .
,
_, , _ _
Forty six were enrolled in the ers and the people of the com­ the finest of crops from the coun­ here it is 1228 miles, by Salt Lake
Vice President at their next thls crepmade on Frank Morgaia s Mr. Quinby is contempelating Sunday School there.
munity acquainted. After the ty that leads the entire state in 1442 miles and by Yellowstone
meeting. The usual reports were ranch near Nyssa gave a ye.ld of cutting up a large piece of land
per acre production of all staples. cut-off 1036. So the proposed
Monday brought thoughts of business meeting a program was The champion agricultural county
given and delegates to the State 1800 pounds per acre of seed, this into five acre tracts and offering
Nyssa-Winnemucca Highway is
in
store
for
the
guests,
Mrs.
Convention discussed. The noon- seed being of exceptionally good for sale. This tract has 59 acres the coast country as the Nyssa Moore gave a reading, Betty Ten- of Oregon.
more than a day’s drive shorter
tide prayer was led by Rev. Con- ^ l i t y - Samples of the seed and is something Nyssa is very resident went “singing in the sen a clarinet solo and Mrs. Ten-
than the present shortest route.
rain” all day long. It was a good
nor of the Baptist Church at were submitted to a number of much in need of.
The
Highway Commission prot>
sen
gave
a
piano
solo.
Refresh
New Business
soaking rain and welcomed by ments were served.
Ontario.
A delicious covered ^ cd firms. Two seed men from
ably
know all about it and prob­
luncheon was then served in the The Willamette Valley immediate- After a few days visit at the everyone, except the man who
ably are fayorable to the proposi­
Locates
This
week
home
of
Mr.
and
Mrs.
H.
T.
Fran­
had hay down. We don’t get too
basement. Rev. Connor talked, ^ ^P°n receipt of the sample
tion. We know Eastern Oregon
cis, Mr, and Mrs. Paul Baird re­ much of it here: don’t need much You Hav’nt Seen
to
M
during the lunch hour, dealing I made a triP to Mr‘ Mo«ans turned to DePoe Bay Ore. and
Another new business locating and Idaho favor it.
with the propoganda sent out by place for the purpose of arrang- j Mr. and Mrs. Ben Nelson and and dont want much.
Anything Yet in Nyssa, this week, is the new
the wets to induce our young ing for the contracting of a min­ Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Coles returned
Mr. and Mrs. Mike Dragich
barber shop opening for business
people to vote for them. The imum of 500 acres for next year. to Salt Lake, Utah.
were business visitors to Nampa,
next door east of the drug store.
Two
parties
told
us,
this
week,
afternoon program began at 1:30, The contract price offered was
last Friday. *-
We hear that the new proprietors Basket Ball Starts
that
Nyssa
is
the
busiest
town,
Miss Josie Blokland conducting . 03 1-4 per pound f . o. b. to the Chas. Short and Glenn Friz­ M. C. Zamora, of Kingman Kol- for it’s size, in Oregon. We knew are from Vale, and the new fix­
d evotionals, taking for her sub­ grower and it is expected that zell returned tired but happy ony, called the first of the week it. A Nyssa lady says she was in tures and equipment make a pret­
The Oregon Trail basket ball
ject “Able to Abound to Every with better handling as the crop 1 with two deer and a bear. Glenn and told us that Mrs. Zamora and a neighbor city Saturday night ty place of the new establishment.
team defeated the Owyhee team
is
better
understood
that
a
yeild
j
Frizzell
is
classed
as
quite
a
Good Work.” After prayer Mrs.,
and came home to find here three
in a fast, close-contested game
hunter since he got both a deer he had spent Sunday at Chas. times as many people and autos.
C. L. McCoy accompanied by Mrs of from
t0
P™nds
Warner’s.
The
Zamoras
have
60
THERE YOU ARE!
last Thursday. The Oregon Trail
acre
can
be
secured.
While
this
and
a
bear.
Hilda Tensen, sang “ The Beau­
acres that will come under the A Nyssa man declares that the
boys had the slight advantage of
is not an extremely large acre re-1
tiful Garden of Prayer” and
Mr. Phillips, special agent for new water.
They have 300 streets here are more crowded Irene C. Kuhn, one of the best playing on their own court. They
“ Trees”. Mrs. Duglassexhibited turn still the returns compare Fidelity and Guaranty Fire Co­ chickens on their place and sel than in any other two towns of newspaper reporters in the coun­ will return the game this Thurs­
the Scientific Temperance In­ very favorably with grain yields operation, was here Monday to three cases of eggs a week.
the couuty. Brother, you havn’t try, in an article for the American day. Mr. Hopkins has developed
struction work of the schools last and it is expected that there will con fer with Don Graham.
seen anything yet. Wait until Press, says: “There are probably a strong team at Oregon Trail
year and talked about the posters be no difficulty in securing the j
our community gets a thousand better men everywhere, smarter, and is open to meet any rural
Mrs. J. R. Hunter has gone to
and essays. Mrs. Hilda Tensen the acreage desired.
more farmers; wait until the new steadier ones, with more admir­ school in the county. His boys,
PASSING
OF
THE
HOME
The market for this crop is one The Dalles to visit her husband.
favored the audience with instru­
water is turned on. Settlers will able traits than newspapermen. although small, are alert and play
that is expanding rapidly, the He is in the hospital and friends
mental selections. Prof. R. J.
come
this and next year to get But I know of no group, in eleven for every advantage that they
There
was
a
time
when
the
seed being used almost entirely will be glad to learn of his recov­
Davis spoke on the need of tem­
their ground ready for water, years’ experience all around the may have. The final score was
word
‘home’
had
a
real
connota­
in the southern states where it is ery.
perance teaching in schools and
and several more business estab­ world, that can equal the news­ 15 to 8.
planted in the fall and crop plow-1 Vale Grange, that was winner tion. It had a definite significance,
lishments are needed and are go­ writing crowd and, personally, I’d
homes. Mrs. Oyler spoke on the
and
around
it
were
woven
the
ed under early in the spring as of the play contest held at the
ing to be secured. The biggest rather have a newspaperman
W. C. T. U. in Egypt and the
very
threads
of
our
being.
It
posters that the missionaries have an organic fertilizer. The crop Malheur County Fair, is coming was a comfortable living abode, a crowds in the county now. Yes, around the house than a male
Accident Fatal
worked out, which she will send is one that has been developed to Nyssa to put on the play, week sanctuary and a retreat.
and mind you, without a Saturday representative of any of the
during
the
last
two
or
three
years
after
next.
for and exhibit later. The Cald­
But not so today. Now we are night dance to attract them. It’s trades, rackets or professions.”
well sisters, of Apple Valley sang by the Oregon Experiment station Grace Goshert left for the La- born in hospitals. We entertain the location.
While driving down the high­
two beautiful duets. Mrs. Bing­ and the demonstrations put out Grande Normal School, Sunday in clubs. We eat in restaurants,
this
year
were
from
seed
secureb
way
a few miles above Vale, a
Anyone
who
thinks
he
can
be
You
Are
Invited
by
The
Faculty
ham from time to time spoke on
Services in the Episcopal Church and we are buried from funeral negligent in business is on the
car
driven
by Eld Palmer, of Wat­
by
the
County
Agent.
The
County
i
different subjects. Owing to the
son, crashed into a water truck,
Agent plans to hold a series of Sunday morning, Sept. 28, 11 a.m parlors. Our homes are used road to ruin. No man should be
busy time of the year there wet e
Ven. S. W. Creasey merely as sleeping places and satisfied in thinking only of his The Nyssa School Faculty is Monday. The result being that
only two representatives from meetings a little later at which
mailing addresses.
long and good experience, his ex­ hereby inviting all patrons of the Mrs. Ethel Seyey Redsull was in­
Vale and seven from Ontario. time details of growing the crop The Nyssa Reality co is having
will
be
discussed
and
acreages
some
remodeling
done
this
week.
cellent
location, his large run of district to a program and "party” stantly killed and Mr. Palmer
The meeting adjourned with ma­
for next year will be arranged David Oyler, age 16, son of the
customers,
and “ let it go at that” given by the teachers, in the gym, seriously injured. Mrs. Ri.dsull
ny good wishes for success the
for.
It
is
wise
for
him to think of his Friday evening, Oct. 3, 8 o’clock. was hurried at Westfall, Tuesday
Missionary to Africa, will speak
coming year.
In Our Mail
[weak points, and take steps im-
at the church Sunday morning at
mediately to remove them and
the Sunday School hour.
Nyssa, Ore , Sept. 19 strengthen his stakes in every
direction.
Gate City Journal,
Girl Scouts Meet
Dear
Editor—
Enclosed
find
_____
$1.50 subscription to the paper.
Boy Scouts on Party
Last Monday night the Girl
I see that there has been fre­
Scouts held a meeting to elect
Last Thursday evening eight of
officers. The patrols are as fol­ quent changes in editors lately.
I sincerely hope that this has not the local Boy Scouts, accompanied
lows: Second Patrol, Margaret
Pinkerton, I n der. Claudena been caused by negligence on the by Scout Master R. R. Amens and
Crawford, ^u*rni 'eader, Donna part of subscribers to support our Assistant Howard Larson, went to
Big E Flour, 49 lb bags, ...............1.15
worthy home paper. I believe desirable grounds on the banks of
Cook, Corporal.
that everyone who is interested old Snake river, east of Arcadia,
Morrells Pride Hams, small size, lb, 29c
Third Patrol: Darlene Dunaway
in the advancement of our home for a “ weiner roast”.
They
Emerald Walnuts, 2 cans for.....—- 75c
is patrol leader, Ella Martin is
town
and
paper
should
boost,
by
played
games
until
late
in
the
Fresh roasted peanuts 2 lb for...... 25c
| C >rporal.
subscribing,
advertising,
paying
evening,
when
a
watermellon
Fourth Patrol: Harriet Sarazin
Pink salmon 1 lb cans 6 f o r ..........85c
is patrol leader and Teana Tenson for and reading this newsy paper. feed put them in good condition
Delmonte Coffee 1 lb cans, 3 for—1.10
is Pauline Fisher’s assistant lieu­ We have been a constant reader to return home.
Pt size Mayonaise------------------ ---30c
tenant. Four of the girls are of it ever since there has been a
Today is harvest festival day
Pt size Relish Spread. ...................30c
wearing the first class badges. paper published in Nyssa. Not
in
our neighboring city of Parma.
SWAN’S BREAD, LOAF 5c
They are Harriet Sarazin, Teana only do we read it, but we try to
Those
Idaho people have enough
Tensen, Betty Tensen and Mar­ get others to do so.
to hold several festivals ever, and
I
feel
that
our
paper,
town
and
garet Hunt. The following girls
it will be worth while driving over
are in line for the Golden Eaglet community will all grow together;
to Parma today, Friday. Their
Pin which is the higest honor a if one fails all will fail.
nearness to Nyssa accounts for
Girl Scout can have given to her. Three cheers for The Gate City
* Nyssa,
Oregon
their excellent crops and prosper­
Katherine Leuck, Margaret Hunt Journal!
Mrs. S. D. Bigelow. ous condition.
and Betty Tensen.
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GROCERY SPECIALS FOR
it SATURDAY. SEPT. 27
Friday and Saturday
SPECIALS
Swifts Premium Ham, lb,
Swifts 6-8 Lean Bacon, lb,
Swifts Picnic Ham, lb,
Piskt. Flour, 49 lb bag,
Wigwam Flour, 49 lb,
! - WI l s o n b r o t h e r s
29c
32c
24c
1.29
1.29
Eder Hardware Co.
Grocery Dept.
Nyssa