The Gate city journal. (Nyssa, Or.) 1910-1937, December 31, 1931, Image 6

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ÒATE CITY JOURNAL, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 31, 19dl.
LITTLE NEWS OF NYSSA
FEW REMAIN AT
NEW YEAR FEAST
OWYHEE CHRISTMAS
A T APPLE VALLEY
, Fred MarthiU was quit« 111 yesterday ! Virginia Cancalmo at Emmett Is
Owyhee Dam—The camp was almost
Apple Valley—New Year's day will be
of an mtestlonai ailment.
spending vacation with Isobel Barasln deserted Christmas day as numerous
celebrated with a community basket
V. Tiller, of the new grocery, has been
Mr and Mrs George Rinser of Par- families spent the holidays with rela- dinner at the church Everyone Is lnvlt
ery 111 of neuralgia since Christmas.
ma were visitors In Nyssa Sunday.
tlves and friends In nearby cities, ed.
Very
Mr. and Mrs. Oeo. Stacey and Mr and t Mrs 8usan Roethler at Ontano was Others are spending i week or so on| ______ ____ __
,
Mrs. Glen Frizzell spent Christmas here on le* al business Tuesday.
tripe that took them to distant places. I, 8*'Tr* f rroln **•*• attended the Fel-
with relatives In Vale
Elbert Butler, S r , came from Ontario However, tht New Year will see their
dLnn*r at RoaweU church Wed-
Arthur H. Bone of Vale was through _ Tuesday to see Dr, J. J. Sarazin Mr. return, school will begin anew and win- neaaay'
ter activities at Owyhee will be resumed, j Carman McDonald has taken over
here Tuesday night en route to Boise Butler has been *••“ » « P °°r|y
Mrs. O. G. Boden was called to ! Mr and Mr* R w
8mlth
the management of a new tire and bat-
to join Mrs. Bone, a visitor in her par­
Davenport, Iowa, Tuesday by the ser- dau* ht« r ArdeU spent Christmas with tery shop In Emmett.
ents' home.
;
relatives
In
Boise.
'
ious Illness of her mother.
Mr. and Mrs. M. A. McDonald spent
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Long spent
Mr. and Mrs. Orval Glenn were guests
Mrs. Thelma Barker and children of
Christmas with their daughter Mrs. A1
Christmas In Boise with Mrs. Carter,
Quast and family of Caldwell.
mother of Mrs. Long, and other rela­ Portland are spending the holidays Boise
here.
tives.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Peck are spend-
Billy Thompson, who has been at-
Mrs. Harry 8helton came home from
Mrs. M. E. Allen arrived Tuesday ing a few days In Adrian visiting with tending school here, went to Las Vegas
Boise for the holidays. 8he is recovering from Ola, Ida., to make an Indefinite relatives.
to spend Christmas with his father,
from rheumatism and will return to visit with her daughter Mrs. William
Mr.andMrs. C. A. Betts had as their workman at Boulder Dam.
Boise for further treatment the coming Tiller and family.
.
¡dinner guests Christmas day, C. E.
Mrs. Lloyd Caldwell and Mr and Mrs
M r s A V Cook
took her mother L
“ nd ,
John Mienzer and
Mrs. A. V. Cook took her mother daughter Eleanor and sons of Parma
Mrs. Geo. Lye 11s to her home In Boise ^nd Harold Wood were Sunday guests
today. Mr. Cooks parents from Baker at the c w H e d g e r home
are remaining here a few days longer, i
Mr. and Mrs. F. B. Schlopkohl and | Richard Stacey and Harold Wood,
daughters were in Boise Saturday. They Owyhee project surveyors, are leaving
stopped to see Mrs. F. A. Banks l n i today for Corvallis to attend Oregon
Caldwell and learned that Mrs. Banks’ State college this term. They will drive
mother Mrs. Milton Polk of Nampa is through
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Bishop and
seriously ill.
Mrs. E. McClellan and three children children of Vale were visitors In Nyssa
c f Nampa arj .pending the holidays Tuesday. They stopped to see Mr. and
with Mrs. Sally Dennis, mother of Mrs. Mrs. M. Schram and the 10 H pound
McClellan, and daughters Edna and boy born Sunday. Mrs. Jolui Smlt Is at
the Schram home.
Georgia.
Mrs. Thelma Stephens and little
C. W. Morfltt of Nyssa was a visitor
In Baker last Saturday—Baker-Herald. daughter Marcia of Bryce, Utah, and
Mrs. Lorena Baker, mother of Mrs. Mrs. Stephens’ parents Mr. and Mrs.
spent
Wesley Browne, Is here from Parma for Charles Thompson of Welser
Tuesday with
Jess Thompson
and
a few days.
Nyssa Coal Company has opened for family.
business in the Nyssa Lumber Com­
pany location. We sell National Coal.
ADRIAN TEACHER
Phone 47 for good coal and prompt ser­
vice. Wallace W. Strane, Manager. Adv.
IS IN LA GRANDE
Joe Jay Smith, local contractor, re­
turn'd home Tuesday after a few days
Adrian—Miss Agnes Johnson, primary
visit with old friends in Baker and La
teacher of Kingman Kolony. left Thurs­
Grande. He was a guest of Mr. and
day morning for her home In La
Mrs. Chas. Aungst.
,
l Grande where she is spending Christ­
Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Eder, and son
mas vacation.
Harry came over from New Plymouth
Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Holly and Mrs. A.
ta spend a part of Christmas day at a
Johnson were in Ontario visiting Tues­
gathering of friends at the home of
day.
Mrs. Sally Dennis. Harry Eder Is home
Mr. and Mrs. G. H. Lee were in Pay-
from a California college
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ette Saturday where they attended the
O. F. Bacon of Boise spent Sunday . _
.
1 home-coming celebration of the Payette
with Mr. and Mrs. Leon Higby. He Is
high school.
the teacher of the blble class of the
Jeanette Martin of Lewiston Normal,
Methodist Sunday School and Sunday
and Agnes Nichol of Reed College, Port­
received a lovely potted plant for a
land returned home from their colleges
Christmas gift.
last week for Christmas vacation.
Miss Cleo Spencer accompanied Rev.
Little Iver Larsen celebrated his 8th
and Mrs. A. D. Hurt and Miss Daley
birthday by giving a party for many of
from Nampa to spend Christmas day
his little friends. At the close of the
with Mr. and Mrs. Jess Spencer and
afternoon refreshments were served.
Mrs. Florence Meyers at the Hotel Wes­
The Kolony school house was filled to
tern.
capacity by the largest crowd ever seen
Mr. and Mrs. Wallace W. Strane re­
there for a Christmas program. “ Santa’s
turned from Portland last Wednesday. Air Line,” a two-act operetta, was given
They are with Mr. and Mrs. Elbert But­
by the Kingman Kolony school. At the
ler, Jr., parents of Mrs. Strane, and ac­ close of the evening sacks of candy
companied them to the Tolleth home In were dispensed to the children.
Meridian to spend Christmas. Mr. and
Mrs. Strane will remain in Nyssa.
There’s lots of snow around Milton,
Pendleton and Baker, according to Jim
Fogle, who returned Tuesday from a
trip to Milton. He spent Christmas with
his daughter Miss Pauline and other
relatives. Pauline is a student In the
seventh grade at Milton.
Mr. and Mrs. W. F. McLing called at
the home of Mrs. Annie B. O ’Neill In
Vale Wednesday to visit with Mrs.
O ’Neill and her daughter Mrs. Leslie P.
Crain, who is home from Kelso, Wash.,
for the holidays. Mrs. Crain Is leaving
Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Frost returned
home Monday night from Twin Falls
and Pocatello, where they spent Christ­
mas vacation with relatives. While Frost
was away. Joe Stlngley of Payette had
charge of the Nyssa bmch of the Idaho
Power company.
Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Blodgett re­
turned home last week from Dayville,
where Blodgett was in th employ of W.
H. Puckett company on Ochoco high­
way work the last several months. They
returned In time to spend Christmas at
at parental Henry Fields home.
Mrs. Gus Anderson, sister of Mrs. Bud
Anderson, and her husband of Klamath
Falls, Mr. and Mrs. Fred W. Stacey and
the J. C. Stacey family of Vale and Mr.
and Mrs. Wm. Schireman were dinner
NYSSA
guests Christmas eve of Mr. and Mrs.
Bud Anderson. The visitors from Klam­
ath have returned to their home after
their annual Christmas visit here and
in Vale.
and Mr and
c T Do“ «»««
Mr. and Mrs. P. C. Bohlson spent
Christmas with the P. A Banks family
in Caldwell
Carl Matherson, clerk In the reclame-
tion office, visited in Baker over the
holiday.
Mr. and Mrs. Max Johnson were In
Vale.
D “ 1» !
Allen, here from Oklahoma, have been
visiting ADDle Valiev friends
Warren Powers, nephew of Mrs. W. 8.
Adams, Is home from school at Corvallis
for the holldays-
The Rutledge family have moved to
Adrian and Mr. Bondy has taken pos-
I’D LIKE TO BE!
I’d like to be a poet, yes I would
I’d like to do the big things If I could,
I’d like to do some clever stunt so rare
‘T would make the dear old world sit up
and stare.
But If the world should turn their eyes
on me.
I know I'd seek the nearest friendly tree
For that's the way with foolish, boastful
man.
He thinks he’ll do a lot but never can.
So I shall be content to live the simple
life,
And do the simple stunt, lest someone
come along
With tongue too sharp or else too blunt.
Nor would I stand too long on one
weak tottering leg
Lest something come along to trip me
up
Or take me down a peg.
—Sarah McDonald
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General Contractor
And Builder
Plans and Estimates Furnished
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Without Cost
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ST. PAUL'S EPISCOPAL CHURCH
session of Minton No 1 ranch, where JUNIOR HIGH GAVE
January 3. 1932
XMAS PROGRAM Morning prayer and sermon 9 a. m.
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Boston left for San j
Sunday School 10 a. m. Mrs. J. Boy-
Francisco last week, « xompanied by •
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dell. supettntandsnt
Mrs. Boston’s brother Oeo. Smith, who
Moor*. Rector
Bcfar* th* dismissal of school last
will enter a sanitarium in Oakland. Wednesday for the holidays, tr « junior
California.
high school gave a Christmas play,
J. S. Stout has been running the Christmas Carol,” all students of the
oacklng house to fill a recent order. sixth, seventh and eighth grades taking
The apples are keeping In good condi­ part. Leads were taken by Howard Lar­
sen. Lonnie Parkinson, Roy Neadeau,
tion.
Jacob Groot and Arthur Cook.
Mrs. Lue Ila Veil, sister of Mrs. Sam
TRUCKING
Brown, is coming from Washington.
Kan., to visit Indefinitely.
and
City Transfer
TRANSFERRING
Phone 15 and Phone 28
C. KLINKENBERG
The Promise Of A New Year
I
Listen To
KIDO
Now on 1350 Kilocycles
Hear Idaho’s Only 1000 Watt Station On New
15 Hour Schedule.
Lighting our way comes the New Year. It brings
a strengthened confidence. Constructive forces
are at work, planning soundly and wisely.
We welcome the New Year for the promise it
brings, and for the new opportunities it will give
us to be of service.
Swan Bread Is Quality Bread, Every Bite of It
SWAN
o
Phone 58
Is Nyssa Made
For the Yuletide, we are featuring delicious
fruit cakes at 50c, less than it would cost you to
make them yourself. Delicious pies at 25c.
Pastries fresh every day.
EDER H M I E HDD GROCERY
The Busy Comer
Nyssa, Ore.
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“ See Smith First”
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Thanks - and a
Happy
New Year
Old Thirty-one was not so bad,
Though not a record-setter
We gave you all the best we had,
But hope to do yet better!
Phone 43
is certainly worth
the price
PHONE 201
HAPPY NEW YEAR
Vale, Oregon.
. . . AND MANY OF THEM
— and—
A RT SHOP
W f think you for favors tn 1931
in d wish you i right Merry
Christmas
MRS. N. H. PINKERTON
N p n , Oregon
dab o f powder
here and there
Anna B. Pritchett, D. O.
HEMSTITCHING
M
Larsen Motor Co.
Phone 47 for that Good National Coal
for range, heater or furnace. Nyssa Coal
Company, now open for business In the
Nyssa Lumber Company location. W al­
lace W . Strane.
Adv.
Osteopathy and Electrotherapy
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A
OREGON
That 1932 will bring to you renewed happiness,
peace and prosperity is our most sincere wish.
Why not resolve to save money during 1932 by
coming to our store first for your drugs, station­
ery, magazines and cigars.
Nyssa Pharmacy
Nyssa, Oregon
You know that a little powder now
and then is well worth the money
it costs. In fact, compared with the
effect, the price is so trifling you
hardly consider it at all.
Yet the cost o f electricity is just as
moderate. Consider the examples be­
low. They are typical. Where else
does a penny buy more than in
electric service?
‘<*4.
but where
do you get m ore
for your m oney !
than in buying
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Electric Service?
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Mart than 4 Ktmn
Moré than 1 hour
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New Discovery Reaches
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Hickman have
Cause of Stomach Gas
moved into the small house by Herbert
Nelson’s place, The farm where the
Dr. Carl found that poisons in the
Hickman's lived has been rented to a
fanner near Wilder who will move Into UPPER bowel cause stomach gas. His
simple remedy Adlerlka washes out the
the valley within a short time.
upper bowel, bringing out all gas. The
Troy Ouelng went to Portland to Nyssa Pharmacy.
Adv.
spend Christmas with his wife and
daughters.
Jim Davis, former assistant foreman
of the Northwestern Orchard company
Is reported to be seriously ill In a Boise
hospital.
Grandma Boston Is spending a few
days with her daughter, Mrs. S. P.
Brown and family.
BREAD
JOE JA Y SMITH
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