The Gate city journal. (Nyssa, Or.) 1910-1937, May 22, 1931, Image 6

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    THE GATE CITY JOURNAL THURSDAY, M AY 21,1931
Jacob Zlttercob. has returned to Port­
BOYS DOWN MARRIED
land.
MEN IN BALL GAME
Mrs. D. Mosely and daughter Juan­
Rallroad companies o l the nation are
A T AR C AD IA F R ID A Y
ita. her sistA Mary anti Miss Malmie
Mias Thelma Cook began work yes­ I Mr. and Mrs. Pogue Milligan of New directing the attention of their best
Mat .in. o f Apple Valley, made a call at
Plymouth were guests Sunday of Mr minds to consideration of truck vs. rail- I
terday in the Nysaa Realty office.
Arcadia—The boys defeated the mar- the T E. Sager home Tuesday.
OUR servics doctors are skilled In diagnosing automobile ills
road competition. Notables o f the
Dick Teosen shipped a carload of and Mrs. Ed. Tullls.
Union Pacific Richard. A. Pierce, gen- ned
20 to 9 in the annual close of
and prescribing the right remedy They know the Ford en­
cattle to Portland from the Nyssa sta­
Mrs. Dean Smith, Mrs. Dick Tensen
! eral superintendent at Pocatello, and 3011001 0®11 game at the Friday picnic.
tion Friday
gine from A to Z and from Z to A. They will help your car
and Mrs. Ethel Crawford went to Cald­ J. L. Amos, traffic engineer from the Races a™1 contests of all kinds provld-
BIG BEND
Mrs. P. C. Bohlsnn of Owyhee dam well Monday to spend the day with
Salt Lake office, were here Tuesday to
added diversion Dinner was served
to live a long and useful life.
%
was through here Thursday on her way Mrs. Harlen Dlven.
Miss
Rena
Brumbach is home to
I discuss the problem with W T Posey to a large crowd at noon An Ice cream
Come In. You’ll find modem equipment. Complete stock
to Portland. Mrs. Bohlaon has rela­
Claud Wilson recently began work at Nyssa agent. They are on a tour ot dessert followed at the close of the spend the summer alter completing a
tives in Portland.
o f genuine Ford parts. Low flat rate for labor. A whole
years teaching a t White Settlement
Dave Dugger's service station. Wilson the Oregon Short Line system.
i day's festivities.
R. Hyde made a recent visit with rel­ has moved his family from Payette to
Minus several members of Its team. school. She will teach there again the
lot of satisfaction for little cost. W e make a spedlalty of
atives at Meridian. His mother is Im­
coming year.
t
Nyssa.
oiling and greasing and periodic tuning up.
E. L. Sutherland la at the veterans' Arcadia nine was defeated by Apple
proving from Illness.
Mis. Clyde Riggs spent several weeks
Valley Sunday 23 to 7.
W H. Bailey, section foreman at the hospital In Boise.
Mr. and M r, Frank D. Hall and Mr.
Mrs. 8. L. Hardy, teacher at Arcadia with her parents. M r and Mrs. B. O.
and Mrs. Frank T Morgan called on local railroad yard, was called to Nam­
Mike Draglch left Tuesday for Bend this year, accompanied by her three Roberts, while her husband was em­
pa Saturday by the death of his father.
old friends In Kingman Kolony Mon­
and Portland on a business trip.
daughters and John Vest of Ontario ployed In the Little sheep camps. • She
Lee
Thrasher
and
family
went
to
day.
FORD SALES AND SERVICE
left early Saturday for Grants Pass returned to her home near Roswell
C.
L.
Smith,
employe
at
the
Lester
Weiser
Friday
to
spend
the
week
end
Judge Qeo. W and Mrs. McKnight
Mr.
Hardy
and
\
Sunday.
|
where
they
will
join
NYSSA.
OREGON
NEAR DEPOT
Scott
ranch,
is
seriously
ill.
of Vale were here Tuesday on their way with Mrs. C. Boren, daughter of Mr.
Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Blodgett of Nys­
make their home.
to Boise to attend a meeting of turkey and Mrs. Thrasher.
John Young went to Caldwell Satur­
A surprise party was given at the sa were visitors in the C. E. Peck home
coo; rratlves. McKnight is president of
Mr. and Mrs. Victor Selts and child­ day to see the Whitman vs. College of home of Judd Wolfe's Thursday even­ Saturday evening.
the Idaho-Oregon marketing associa­ ren returned last week from a trip to Idaho game. Rain made it impossible
Miss Lucy W right visited friends in
ing in honor of their son. Theron’s 18th
tion.
to play after the fourth inning.
Alsea, Oregon, and other coast cities.
* + + + 4 4-M -M -4-H - M 4-H - H -M- * * * * * * * * * 4
M -++4-M " M -! + + + + + t » - f .
birthday. A large crowd attended. An Emmett this week.
En route to Cottonwood. Ida., to of-
L. H. Napton, formerly of Nyssa. re­
The sewing club girls, with their
Mrs. Chas. Rigsby and children of I enjoyable time Is reported.
lflcate at a baccalaureate service, Rev. moved from Homedale to Murphy, Or.,
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Splawn, Mr. leader, Mrs. Boyce Van de Water, had
, Ontario were in town yesterday to
8. E.
Smutz of Joseph, with Mrs. recently.
spend the day with Mrs. W. B. Hoxie, and Mrs. Ray Mull, Mrs. Dave Dugger a weiner roast Saturday evening on
Smutz and daughter Rosalyn. were
Mrs. George Schweizer took her son aunt of Mrs. Rigsby.
and Frank Points made a trip to Vale Snake river.
overnight guests In the home of Mr. Max to New Plymouth where he will
The last'day of school In the Wade
Sunday to swim In the Nat.
Ed. Wilson and fam ily have moved
and Mrs. W. A. Austin Monday.
spend a month or so at the home of his
Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Long and family district was marred by a serious acci­
from the Quinn residence, leased by spent Sunday fishing on Owyhee river. dent, when Helen Martin was hit by a
uncle Lee Householder.
For Your Sunday Dinner
Mr. and Mrs. Olen Frizzell spent the •Jas. Langton, to a Kelly house.
Have you noticed the bargains offer­
Mrs. Sawours o f Portland, who spent baseball bat. The blow punctured her
ed on Orthophonics in Sampson- week end In Vale with Mr. and Mrs.
\
Mrs. Earl Summy of Apple Valley a week with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. ear drum and cut her cheek and ear.
Bud Mattingly, parents of Mrs. Frizzell. was shopping In the city Tuesday.
White Music Co.’s ad today?
Appetizing Meals a Specialty at
Miss Daisy Whipple went to Melba,
Ida , Sunday to spend a couple of
ORTHOPHON1C VICTROLAS
weeks with her sister Mrs. Orville B irks..
Miss
Juanita
Is
visiting
another
sister
OPENING
In beautiful cabinets, with prices
Mrs. Tom Rust on the Owyhee.
DATES
Mrs. Rena Schweizer, Prc^j.
.
once ranging at $110 to $210
Nyssa mothers of O. S. C. college stu­
are reduced .
dents were Invited to the recent Moth­
MONDAY. JUNE 1, and MONDAY, JUNE 8
WE SERVE ICE CREAM AND SUNDAES
er's day festivities at Corvallis. Mothers
New Classes Organized in all
TO $35.00 AND $55.50
who received invitations were Mrs. W.
A. McNall. Mrs. W. McEwen, Mrs. J. W.
COM M ERCIAL SUBJECTS
Take your pick with a small down payment.
Hanks. Mrs. H. R. Sherwood and Mrs.
including
ST E N O TY P Y
Chas. Garrison:
Balance on easy payments.
During June, July and August, School Sessions
Mrs. Carl Bauer and daughter arriv­
ed Saturday from Dayton. Wash., to
are from 8 a. m. to 1 p. m.
spend a month in Nyssa. Mr. Bauer is
We are offering a
the contractor In charge of Improve­
(or until supply of mirrors is exhausted)
10% Discount on the regular monthly (4 weeks) school rate when a
ment work on the Parma-Frultland
Nyssa, Oregon
highway. The Bauer family is stay­
term of 3. 6, 9 or 12 school months are paid in advance.
A
BEAUTIFUL
VENETIAN POLYCHROME
ing at the Thos. B. Nordale residence.
________ -
(This offer is good up to and Including June 10, 1931)
OR
PLA
TE
AU
MIRROR
W ILL BE GIVEN
Mr. and Mrs. J. N. Davis and daugh­
------ ---------- N
f
ter
Polly,
Mrs.
Doris
Johnson,
Mrs.
Call, phone or write for full information.
Fi^d Stevens and children motored
from Boise Saturday to see Fred Stev­
ens, a business visitor here.
BOISE— IDAHO FALLS— POCATELLO—T W IN FALLS
Nick Leuck, accompanied by his son,
B A IL
LITTLE NEW S OF NYSSA
NOTABLES
V IS IT
A Clinic for Weary Cars
J
LAR SE N MOTOR CO.
.
SPRING CHICKEN
SCHWEIZER’S CAFE
Summer School
Sampson-White Music Co.
6 =
Links School of Business
Saturday Bargains
at Eder's
JUST A FEW OF THEM MENTIONED
6 Regular 10c bars assorted toilet soap.......... 24c
10 Large bars, White King laundry soap ..... 25c
2 Kitchen Super-suds ................................... 15c
3 No. 2 cans Heinz baked beans.................... 24c
2 No. 2 1-2 cans Sweet Potatoes.................... 34c
3 Tall cans tomato soup .............................. 23c
10 lbs. Cane Sugar....................................... 56c
49 lb. Sack Flour.......................................... 72c
CARSTEN’S SKINNED BACON BACKS
Pound ................... 21c
EDER HARDWARE GROCERY DEPT.
The Busy Corm:r
Phone 58
We will close May 30, Memorial day, so make Friday your trading day
Frank, and wife, were here from Baker
Monday to see Frank Leuck, who is
seriously ill. He improves slowly. His
son Norvllle Is also confined to bed
most of the time owing to an injury to
j his hip.
Mrs. Chas. Madden, visitor from An-
acoortes, Wash., returned to Ontario
last week after spending a few days in
Nyssa with Mrs. Robbert Madden. In
Ontario seh is a guest of Mrs. Chas.
j L. Madden, Sr.
Spring vacation with relatives in
Nyssa passed all too soon for a party
from Willamette valley. Mrs. R. Beut-
ler, daughter o f Mr. and Mrs. A1
Thompson, has returned to her home
in Oregon City. Mrs. Abe Vaughan, of
Oregon City and Mrs. Rella Gclden,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Long,
and their son Dr. John Long of Salem
have returned home.
TRADE HERE!
GROCERY SPECIALS for SATURDAY, M AY 23
SUGAR, 10 lbs............................................... 56c
FLOUR, Purity, 49 lbs.................................. 72c
CHEESE, Golden Rod, 5 lbs. ......................... 67c
COFFEE, Del Monte, lb. can ..........................35c
PINK SALMON, No. 1 tall c a n ..................... 11c
FOSTER HONEY, 10 lb. p a il........................ 85c
A plant with leaves and flowers as
thick as velvet, about an eighth Inch
in depth, is blooming in the yard of
Mrs. Fred Marshall. It is- pronounced
'Hoyah." While Mrs. Marshall Is city
librarian. shP will not attempt to spell
the names o f flowers, nor could the
editor be sure of Hoyah. I t is an un­
usual flower. The tiny blossoms hang
in a cluster like a bunch of cherries.
There are 15 or 20 blossoms in a clus­
ter.. The thick, water filled leaves
have unusual white markings.
B U Y YO U R GROCERIES IN NYSSA. WE CAN SAVE YO U MONEY
WILSON BROS.
G RO CERY D EPAR TM E N T
NYSSA OREGON
PHONE 21
We will be closed all day Saturday, May 30,
Decoration Day
T H IS
Only one mirror
DECORET—A four-hour enamel finish for furniture and wood­
work.
Eighteen beautiful, modem colors.
FU LLE RG LO —A
semi-gloss
wall
or
woodwork
finish.
Easily
washed clean.
N IT R O K O T E —A brushing laquer—dries in 30 minutes.
furniture or floors.
For fur-
ENAMEL— For interior floors of wood,
Dries in four hours.
PURE PREPARED P A IN T —A best grade house paint for all ex­
terior work on wood.
SPEEDITE— An
four hours.
all-purpose
household
varnish.
Dries hard In
FU LLE R W E AR V A R N IS H —A durable spar varnish for general
This special offer applies to retail purchases only
Only one mirror to each customer
BALDRIDGE IMPLEMENT CO.
MEAT
BARGAINS
FOR
LOW FARES
EAST and WEST
It’s here! Being demonstrated! The wonderful new Majestic
Automatic Refrigerator, with its thirty points of superiority— the
most beautiful— most convenient— most economical refrigerator
we have ever seen!
Beginning
Beginning
A\AY 22nd
A\AY 15th
Examples o f
NYSSA, OREGON
plate glass and are smartly up to date In design.
to each customer.
is the way to Travel,
— PLUS A 3-YEAR GUARANTEE
Sampson - White Music Co.
In taking advantage o f this offer, you have your choice of several
kinds of mirrors, all of which are made of highest quality polished
Nyssa, Oregon
W ITH ITS AM AZING FEATURES
See it here in. a store that’s known to you and your friends for
service and satisfaction. Let us demonstrate this wonderful Ma­
jestic for you.
With each $2.00 or more purchase of the followe
ing FULLER Paints:
use on any interior or exterior work.
Automatic Refrigerator
W e honestly believe it is the best refrigerator ever built and the
biggest values we have ever offered. This great new Majestic is a
big, roomv refrigerator— large enough for every need of your
family. Yet it costs far less than other refrigerators o f equal ca­
pacity with only a few of Majestic’s unique advantages
FREE
linoleum or cement.
iT A JE ST IC
From shelf design to finish it’s new and different. Its thirty
amazing features are just what you would put in if you could de­
sign your own refrigerator.
5
FU LLE R W EAR FLO O R
TRADE A T HOME
Mr. and Mrs. W. F. McLing have
moved to the H. T. Francis residence
where* the F. A. Banks family resided
the past few months.
from M A Y 14th to M A Y 28th
Low Round Trip
Fares
from
N YSSA
To
Denver .....
$59.85
Omaha ........... 70.35
Kansas City _ 75.60
Chicago ......._.. *5.05
New York ____ 146.45
New Orleans
99.25
Los A n g e le s __50.45
Portland ______ 25.05
Boston
............ 151.30
W ashington „.140.01
P r o |»4»ri ¡ « » n n t r l y
l o w fu reto lo»
o th e r p o ta ta
Then dally to October 15th
Return Limit October 31st
Travel over the smoothest roadbed in the
world...Union Pacific...and arrive at your
vacation destination hours or days sooner,
and without fatigue!
Take advantage of the low summer excur­
sion fares.
Liberal stopover privileges.
Interesting side trip to Zion National
Park and ether wonders of southern Utah,
or to Yellowstone, or Grand Teton Na­
tional Parks, at slight additional cost.
Visit Denver and Rocky Mountain Na­
tional Park at no extra railroad fare.
For Further Information
Consult Local Agent
II. S. SI'K M EH
O i i f r t l l* .* i»n r n g r r A jr r n t
¡» • I t I n k p C i t y . I lu ll
union interne
Th« (Iteriti nd Rout«
TRADERS’
BEEF STEW
Pound
10c
DAY,
SAT., M A Y 16
BEEF ROAST
Pound
15c
BACON
Pound
V E A L STEW
20c
10c
PORK
ROAST
Pound
VE AL ROAST
Pound
Pound
171c
15c
Nyssa Packing Co.
LARD, lb............10c
Phone 6
Nyooa, Oregon
W E W IL L CLOSE M E M O R IA L D A Y
Watch for Friday Specials Next W eek