The Gate city journal. (Nyssa, Or.) 1910-1937, May 01, 1931, Image 4

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    WATER FLOWS IN
OWYHEE DITCH
K IN G M A N K O LO N Y SCHOOL W ILL
PRESENT O PERETTA FOR 4-H
t 'L l'B BENEFIT N E X T FR ID A Y
EVENING, M A Y 8.
Kingman Kolony—Water was turned
into the Owyhee irrigation ditch last
week for the 1931 season. Irrigation
adds to the many spring activities on
the farm. Early indications point to a
good crop year on the Owyhee.
Kingman boys were defeated by the
Wade nine Friday on the Kingman
court 14 to 24. There were two home
runs, one by Dalles Colomes and the
other by Dean Eachus. both Wade play­
ers. Kingman will have one more game
this season with Owyhee May 8, on the
Kingman court.
The girls- game was interesting, Wade
girls winning 10 to 5.
An operetta, Florindia or “ The Rose
and Pearl" will be given at the King-
man Kolony school Friday evening.
M ay 8. at 8 19, to raise money to send
4-H club members to summer school at
Corvallis. Admission 15 and 25 cents.
Geraldine Bach, fifth grade pupil
from Kingman Kolony, won in the dis­
trict spelling match which was held at
Oregon Trail last Wednesday. She will
go to Vale Saturday. May 2.
Oregon Trail nine defeated Kingman
two weeks ago Friday at the Big Bend
Park by 5 to 0. E. B. Hudson was um­
pire.
A picnic nnd preliminary track meet
was leld at the Big Bend park two
weeks ago Friday. Schools participât
ing were: Kingman Kolony, Wade, o r
egon Trail and Owyhee. Owyhee had
the strongest track team, winning by V
points. Wade made 65 points and Ore
gon Trail and Kingman Kolony tied
for third
The school district bought the school
a new vaulting pole for track. King-
man has a pretty strong team and
hopes to win the rural cup again this
year.
The Adrian pavilion was purchased
by E. C. Hopkins from Joe Hansen and
Clark Enos about two weeks ago. Mr.
Hopkins is making it into a small hotel
and barber shop.
Mrs. Hedrick had some sad news
reach her by a telegram last Thursday.
The telegram said that her mother and
sister were dead. No details were given
concerning the accident.
Hedricks
left last evening for Texas, whence the
sad message came.
D. T. Holly and family went to Lake
Lowell last Sunday.
Mr. adn Mrs. Dennis Toombs held a
birthday party for the three Toombs
boys last Sunday afternoon.
Mr. Hatt and Mary Toombs were
Boise visitors Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Overstreet of
Boise were visitors in the R. R. Over-
street home Sunday. They and Judds
went to the Owyhee dam.
Mr. and Mrs. George Glasscock were
Boise visitors Saturday.
Mrs. Clement, from the Owyhee, was
a week-end visitor in Ontario.
fo aint filed herein and if you fail so to do
W IN 0\ EK COLLEGE O I
applicant, should file their affidavits bf
V II
Il MCf . | ’ » i t H i »>11 t f l b 10
IDAHO NINE COSTS VALE
in duplicate in this office during
CATCHER BROKEN FINGER ^
* day
of publication ilnIn<d- the Court for the relief demanded in the
complaint on file hereir. to-wit: For an
Vale baseball nine defeated the Col-
' ollowj?K ,he
’! order and decree of said Court That the
1 eve of Idaho team In a twilight game
° ‘ h e r t h * apphc,tlon miy bonds of matrimony now existing between
Monday evening 11 to 8 —but Louie Ac-
r j . Carsner,
said plaintiT and said defendant befor ever
Apple Valley— (Special)—The district krrman. the catcher, sustained a brok- ;
Register
dissolved, and that an absolute decree of
school will be represented in the schol­ en third finger on the right hand. He Published in The Gate City Journal
divorce be granted said plaintiff, and that
astic and athletic meet at Caldwell Sat­ isn't catching ball foro awhile. Ed ; First, April 17, 1931
the Court may make such other and fur.
urday. The following students from Henry replaces him.
Last, May 16, 1931
ther order and decree as may seem ju t,
the first to the eighth grades, will com­
and equitable in the premises.
pete in scholastic event: : Reading—
NYSSA L IB R A R Y HOURS
You will take notice that this summon»
Bobby Newgen. Eloise Foster; Elmer
NOTICE OF SALE.
Town patrons, 2:30 to 5:30.
Nichols. Norma Nichbls; Winton Walls.
s served upon you under, by virtue of ant
Out of town patrons. 2:30 to 7:30.
Notice Is Hereby Given That by virture pursuant to an order of the Hon W. W
Lois liunsucker: Homer Hollinger, Ser­
of a lien upon the following described Wood, Judge of the above entitled Court,
ena Norland; Wilma Morris, Carl
Legal
Mosely; Thelma Rogers, Ralph Sum-
chattel, to-wit:
which order was tnade and entered on
my; Quentin and Madeline Correll;
One Studebaker Coupe, Model 1924, April 6th, 1931, and directing that the
NOTICE OF F IN A L HEARING
Ralph Rogers, Ellen Schall; spelling— IN THE C O U NTY COURT FOR M A L ­
Motor No. 46523, Serial No. K 076013, ! summons herein be published for four (4 )
Kenneth Caldwell, Ernestine Keith;
HEUR COUNTY. STATE OF O RE­ Filed in the office of the County Clerk of successive and consecutive weeks and five
Jake Smit. Betty Correll; Dan Carey.
GON.
Malheur, State of Oregon, on the 6th day .(5 ) publications thereof in the The Gate
Clara Morris; Rose Summy, Serena In the Matter of the Estate of SAM ­
of April, 1911, duly verified ss required by ; City Journal, published at Nyssa, Oregon,
Norland;
Charles Shrader. Norma
UEL H. THOMPSON. Deceased.
law, I will, on the 18th day of April, 1931 the date of the first publication hereof is
Stout; Wayne Harrison, Nadine Goo-
The undersigned having filed in the
at
the intersection of Main and Third April 10th, 1931, and the date of the last
ing; Quentin Correll, Lenis Pack; Evan ^ « v e entitled court her final account
Moller, Ellen Schall.
Arithmetic ; and report as administratrix of the es- Streets in Nyssa, Oregon, at the hour of , publication is May 8th, 193!.
Norma Nichols, Leonard Hunsucker; (ate of Samuel H. Thompson, deceased, 2:00 P. M. of that day, seU at public
E. M. Blodgett,
Glen Barney, Lois Hunsucker; Roger and SBi(j court having, by Its order auction to the highest bidder for cash the
Attorney for Plaintiff
Norland and Serena Norland; Virginia jiily madc and entered on the 16th day above described personal property.
Residing at Nyssa, Oregon
Shultz, Charles Shrader; Leona Miller. | of Aprll 1931> ^
the tlme for flnal
H. D. HOLMES, Constable.
Charles Shultz; Orville Hunsucker,^Viv- hearing thereon;
'!**!**5*
ian Shrader; Melvin Meier, Ellen
NOTICE IS HEREBY G IVEN To all I)ate of F ‘ rst Publication, April 10th, 1931
the heirs, ( creditors or other persons Date of Last Publication, April 17th, 1931
Shawl.
Athletic Events—High jump, Albert interested in said estate, that the final
Meier; bar chinning. Walter Birkes. hearing on said account and report,
Merle Halass, Ross Summy. Virginia will be held at 1:30 o'clock p. m., on the
Notice is hereby given that the unde'
Shultz; 50 yard dash, Dorothy Pershall, 25th day of May, 1931, at the office of
signed as Superintendent of Banks for the
Ida Norland. Lorene Caldwell; stand-
County Court at Vale. Oregon. Any
State of Oregon is in charge of the assets
ing broad jump. Eugene Hunsucker, person interested in said matter, and
Gorden Correll. Ida Norland. Winton desiring
to
object
to
said
ac- and! affairs of the Malheur County Bank,
MINERS. MUCKERS, LAB O R ­
Shultz;
shot
put, count
or report
any ............
ltem thereof
ERS AV AILAB LE
Wall, Virginia
_
___________
____ _ or _____
....... N y « * . Oregon, for the purpose of liquida-
d iaries Shultz; 100 yard dash, Dorothy silouid fj]e a written objection with the stion. All persons who may have claim
All kinds of farm help, labor
Pershall,
Vivian
Shrader; running d er|c Qf said court on or before said against said bank are hereby notified to
for any requirement, men or
broad Jump. Charles Shultz.
date.
j make legal proof thereof by filing a duly
women.
Dated this 18th day of April, 1931.
verified claim, as by law provided, w it
Signed L E IL A THOMPSON, ' the Deputy Superintendent of Banks in
Mr. and Mrs. John Anthony of Pay-
Administratrix of the estate of Sam­
charge at the office of the Malheur County
tu c called at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
uel H. Thompson, Deceased.
—Call at the—
Bank, Nyssa, Oregon, on or before May 29,
Oeo. R. 3wan Saturday.
Date of first pulbication, April 23. 1
1931.
1931.
A. A. Schramm,
Date of last publication, May 21,
Carnegie Hero Will
Superintendent of Banks.
1931.
First publisbediFeb. 27, 1931
FREE EM PLO YM ENT
Date of hearing. May25, 1931.
Buy Home With Fund
Last publication May 29, 1931
.AG E N C Y
Sunb«ry, Pa.—Pemr-^ioii ha«
Nyssa, Oregon
riven by the Carnegie hero fund com­
Apple Valley School
Ready for Conquest
P A IN T SALE!
S A T U R D A Y , M A Y 2 TO M A Y 9
PA B C O M U LT I-SER VIC E H O U S E P A IN T
$3.15 Gallon
ENA M E L, PER Q U A R T , $1.35
Advertisements
FREE
Employment Agency
OWYHEE CLUB
NOTICE FOR PU B LIC A TIO N
mission to It. A. Adams, railroad
trainman, to buy a home here with
Serial No 025416 In the Circuit Court of the State of Oregon
the money he received from the com­
For the County of Malheur
U. S. Department of the Interior
mission In recognition of hfs heroism.
A<iams received a medal nnd a $1.000 U S Land Office at The Dalles, Oregon, Oscar J. Pinkston, Plaintiff vs
April 9, 1981
Ollie Pinkston, Défendent.
cash allotment as a reward for sav­
ing flu* life of his neighbor, Asher
Notice is hereby given that Eugene Bf j
SUMMONS
l.nudensîager, who was in darner of Conklin, of Ontario, Oregon, who, on July ,
electrocution when entangled in live 29, 1997, made Desert Land Entry 025416 - To Ollie Pinkston, The above named
wires.
for the NW J, Sec. 10. T. 20 S , R. 46 E . ' defendant:
W. M.. has filed notice of intention to | In the Name of the State of Oregon,
Mother Sees Son Burn
complete the purchase of said land under You are hereby required to appear in the
to Death in His Home the provisions of the Act of »March 4, 1929. above entitled Court and cause within
Any and all persons claiming adversely tour (4) weeks from the first publication
West Branch, Mich.—Demos La-
porfe, fifty-eight, was burned to death the above described land or desiring for of this summons, which data of first pub-
in Ills home, whore he lived alone. His an y reason to object to the completion of lication is April 10th, 1931, then and there
aged mother, who lived a short dis­ the purchase and final entry thereof by the to answer or otherwise plea ! to lh-‘ com-
tance away, was awakened by a
bright light, ami going to n window
nuw the house on fire and the roof
falling In. She called her two other
You Miss Out if You Don’t Uue Our Best Meats
sons. r,,hey broke in a window and
found Luporte dead.
Children Ask Later Curfew
Fairmont, Minn.—Children appeared
icfore the city council here and asked
that tho curfew hour be advanced
from 9:30 to 10 p. in. “ Our parents
lon’t gel In until 10 o’clock,*’ they said
“ and we Just have to wait outside for
hem to let us in anyway.”
H
Owyhee Hotel
Newly Furnished throughout
Steam Heat, Outside Rooms
A modern house for Nyssa
Watch Repairing
You can afford to paint
at these low prices
BOISE PAYETTE LUMBER COMPANY
Dwight Smith, Local Manager
PH O N E 15
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N YSSA, O R E G O N
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SPECIALS . . .
FOR SATURDAY ONLY
M AY 2
G O O D Y E A R Garden Hose, 5-8 inch, 25
ft. lengths fitted .................................... $1.79
NO. 3 W A S H T U B S .................................... 79c
M A C H IN E O IL C A N S .................................
9c
O U R R E G U L A R PRICES W IL L INTEREST
Y O U . W e quote a few below:
SC RU B BRUSHES ...............................5c to 30c
12 QT. G A L . P A I L S ...............................
30c
10 G A L. CREAM C A N ...........................
$4.65
A X E H A N D LE S .......................................
50c
SAC K T W IN E , the skein...........................
25c
N A IL S A N D FENCE STAPLES, per lb. ...
6c
PO LE STRAPS, 1 3-4 inch.......................
$1.40
A U T O M A T IC H O G O I L E R .................... $8.00
B A L L B E A R IN G L A W N M O W E R ,
10 1-2 inch w heel...................................
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ments
Baldridge Implement Co.
By Expert
W ESLEY BROW NE
Local Representative
Robinsoa The Jeweler
Nyssa, Oregon
Payette, Ida.
CHOICE CUTS-THE BEST WE CAN BUY
You Get Your Money’s W o rth ■
Oregon Meat Market
PHONE 1
LICENSED MEAT DEALERS
Roanoke, Va. Ronald « otilns has
no little lamb which follows him to
school as did that of a certain little
girl tunned Mary. Rut he does have
a pet pig«*on which flies to his elass
room with him in Virginia Heights
every day.
■I I I | 1 I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I l -H - H - •
!! He Wanted a Bath
and Got It Quickly
East Hampton, Conn.—“ ft'“
warm: I wish I had a bath,”
remarked Alvin Dowd a moment
before the Ice on which he was
skating collapsed and ducked
him In Lake I’ ocotopaug.
I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I l-H I l-H - H -
Dr. C.A. Abbott, D.c.
CHIROPRACTIC
Rea. 25
Phone 29 -—
NYSSA. OREGON
BUKTON TRUCK
LINE
Daily Freight Service
Boise. Nyssa. Vale, Weiser
and all intermediate points
Phone 42
Full line of Undertakii
Supplies cri i •
y
NORDALE
FURNITURE STORE
S. D. Goshert Will have
charge of funeral ar­
rangements
Ambulance Service at all
times.
Funeral services will l>e held
at churches.
AV have on hand, Meat Meal, Fish Meal, Bone Meal,
Concentrates of all kinds. Gem Laying Mash.
Make Your hens Lay
NYSSA GRAIN & SEED CO.
F M I I f 4 "M"M + » M 4 >4 H I W
M M IH IM I M I M I H H I > H
We Eave It !
Phone 60—S. I). Goshert
94—Nordale Furniture Co.
Best
In
Meats
Hore nilk
Quart 8c
2 quarts 15c
Gal. 25c
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SHELTON’S DAIRY
NYSSA, OREGON
N YS S A P A C K IN G
CO
PHONE 6
Licensed Oregon Meat Dealers No. 112
O r e g o n
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$8.85
See us for Kitchen Utensils and ALL kinds of
HARDWARE. Also John Deere Farm Imple­
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Pigeon Flies to School
J. Langton, Prop.
Phone 112
Varnish Stain per quart at 89c
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Good Credit is^a Golden Possession
A good credit standing /ike a good name is rather to be
chosen than great riches; It carries with it prestige, influ-
ence, confidence, honorAjtrust, faith and esteem.
One cannot afford to sacrifice this essential part of life,1
especially as it require* so little effort to maintain it.
All that is required is tc^plan according to one's income
— the modern phrase i8,?‘budgeting one's expenditures.”
In making purchases on a credit basis one should always
have in mind: “Will o income justify this, and leave
us in a position to pay lis obligation when due?”
This is offered as a s gestion in an effort to aid indi-
viduals in this commu £ to maintain a high credit stand-
ing, one of the most v Bthle assets any one can possess.
Let Your Aceou
Not Me
Be Appreciated
Tolerated
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