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ONTARIO MEETS NYSSA HERE SUNDAY IN DECIDING LEAGUE GAME— BEGINS A T 2:30
OATKWAY TO TKE O W Y H B AND
VOLUME XXVI. NO. 36.
BOISE 9 TO 4
TO BOLD LEAD
m VALE 4TH
NYSSA DRAWS NAMPA FOR OPEN
FOR $35« PURSE AT
TARIO MEETS EMMETT.
BUSIEST AND FASTEST GROWING
TOWN IN OREGON
INVESTIGATE » LOCATE
Ontario M e e t s
Deciding T i l t
$1.50 PER YEAR
OF RIFLE SHOT
AT BIG BEND
Two old rivals, Ontario and Nyssa
nine, meet here Sunday for the de
ciding game of the Idaho-Oregon
league. Both teams are tied for first
place with six games won and one
defeat. It Is sure to be a battle
Nyssa bowed to Ontario a few
weeks ago, when she received her
only drubbing of the year. She is not
discouraged, however, and Is hope
fully waiting the Su -lav tilt. Nys-
sa's southpaw ace Dick Young will
hurl for the locals while it is ex
pected that Ontario will first place
her fate In the hands of Freddie
Ontario’s lone defeat was at the
hands of the Nampa nine four
weeks ago, when Nampa edged out
5 to 4.
AUGUST ANDERSON, 33, ENDS LIFE
EARLY FRIDAY MORNING; BUR
IAL IN BOISE MONDAY.
INTO CAR; IS
Mary Lou, five-year old daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Thomason
of Nyssa, suffered a broken leg and
narrowly escaped more serious in
jury when she dashed Into a car
driven by N. Hatt, Owyhee rancher,
in front of the Thomason home
Tuesday. Fortunately Mr. Natt was
driving at a low speed and stopped
The child had Just returned home
with her mother and had left her
car with the intent of first reaching
the mail box.
Mr. Natt took Mrs. Thomason
ard Mary Lou to the office of Dr.
J. J. Sarazin in Nyssa. He found
fractures of both bones in the right
Umb between the knee and angle.
The child suffered other bruises
about the body and shock but Is
now recovering nicely.
IS NEW THRILL
AT VALE FOURTH
DANCING EVERY NIGHT.
Tragedy shadowed a new home in
With all the vim, thrill and enthuslam
Big Bend early Friday morning when it
More good baseball is in the offing
characteristic of the wide, open spaces
became known that August Anderson,
for devotees of the grand old game in
where men wear boots and steers are
34-year old newcomer in the commun
the Snake river valley. Arrangements
tough, Vale is preparing for the 14th
ity, had taken his own life by shooting
have been made for a midsummer
annual Fourth of July celebration July
himself in the head with a 22-calibre
schedule and 3-day championship tour
2, 3, 4. Bob Lytle is chief and believe
rifle. He died almost Instantly.
nament at Vale July 2, 3, 4.
him or not, there will be at least a hall
Anderson arose early Friday morning
Robt. D. Lytle, chairman of the Vale
dozen new features added to the gen
before his family had awakened. He
Fourth of July committee, offered the
walked to the barnyard and there his
erous program for which the Vale
four high teams of the Idaho-Oregon
Fourth has become famous.
wife found his body about a half hour
league a $350 purse for the celebration
after the. shooting. She could give no
The night show Is the biggest new at
tournament at a special league meet
reason for his act except that he had
traction. Under flood lights there will
ing in Caldwell last Friday night. The
been despondent for several days and
be bull dogging, exhibition riding, calf
offer was accepted and drawing made,
apparently lamented the fact that he
roping and musical chairs. The night
rodeo will be given Saturday and Mon
had left a good position in Portland
July 2—Nyssa vs. Nampa.
several months ago.
day nights while on Sunday will be pre-
July 3—Ontario vs. Emmett.
Mrs. Anderson told neighbors of the CHAS. M. PARADIS, CLERK, MAKES | sented a beautiful pageant remindful
July 4—Winners meet In finals.
tragedy and officers were called. Sher
ANNUAL REPORT WHICH SHOWS o l the Qeor*e Washington Bicentennial.
Teams adopted the D. and A. ball for
iff C. W. Glenn, R. O. Payne, coroner,
I Ail elaborate fireworks dlsulav will fol-
the championship series. D. A. Pierce, STACKS FROM FIRST CUTTING
LOWER COST OF OPERATION'
and E. M. Blodgett, district attorney,
of the Boise sporting goods company,
FOR 1931-32 TERM.
Ball games between the four high
REPLENISH STACKS DEPLETED reported the death a case of suicide and
<New model automobiles may have also annuonced that his firm would
announced that no inquest would be
teams of the Idaho-Oregon league are
BY SHORT YEAR; SOME WILT.
their free wheeling but the new Diesel present the winning team with a fine
Fred Koopman was re-elected direct headliners on the afternoon program
dragline purchased by J. A. Terteling trophy.
Mr. Anderson was born in Sweden
each day. Quite as thrilling will be the
or of School District No. 26 for his third
company, Ellensburg, Wash., for con
November 5, 1897. He Is survived by his
contest riding for $200 pi Use. Mr. Lytle
Boise, Nampa, Ontario and
struction of the first stretch of Owyhee
crop of the Nyssa farming area is well widow Ruth Anderson; tluee children, election here Monday. Charles M. Par says Ed. Moody Is bringing a string of
main canal is the first dragline west of teams organized to play a mid-summer
underway. Some new stacks already dot Eugene, Irene and Phyllis, and two adis was re-elected clerk. Electors also 30 race horses to Vale Monday and a
the Mississippi with an aluminum series which will commence after the
dozen wild and wooly steers. To care for
the landscape where the supply was brothers Harold and Alford Anderson,
boom. Booms on the older machines close of the present schedule July 10.
both of Boise. For the present the ber voted to discontinue bus service north additional stock, a new corral has been
were made of steel and were much Entrants will play six games, beginning almost completely exhausted last win eaved family will remain at their home east of town owing to short distance,
erected at the south end of the arena.
ter and there Is every indication that
which does not make walking difficult,
Rae Nicholas and His Harmony Bovs,
the crop will be up to standard on most on the Applegate ranch in Big Bend.
The new Diesel, which arrived in
Private funeral services were held In
from the Crystal Ball Room In Ontario,
Mr. Paradis made the annual finan
Nyssa Thursday, is a giant. It has a 3- present league was accepted with the
Heavy stands of hay have been cut Boise Monday afternoon with the Rev. cial report. It reveals that the school will play for the dance each night at
yard bucket which will excavate 2000 understanding that Huntington would
Riverside park pavilion. The usual
and stacked, some of the best and larg Turner, pastor of the Seventh Day Ad
was operated on receipts of $31,107.42
yards of earth in an 8-hour shift when forfiet the remaining tl\ree games,
est crops being reported on the Robert ventist church at Payette, in charge. last term, a reduction of approximately games and old time dancing will pro
the going is good. It weighs 140 tons | Team managers attending the meet-
vide amusement at El Dorado old time
R. Overstreet, C. C. Cotton, C. M. Beau Burial was at Morris Hill cemetery.
$8,000 over the preceding 1930-31 term.
and it took three railroad cars to bring ing Friday were Herbert Hoxie, Nyssa;
town. Bob Barney and his band boys
mont, T. T. Elliott and Conrad Martin
The budget was lower and there were
It from the Bucyrus-Erie factory in Ray Bird, Ontario; T. Castle, Emmett;
will play for the crowd at day and night
farms in Kingman Kolony.
some tax delinquencies. Approximately
Milwaukee to Nyssa. A. E. Johnson is V. Daniels, Nampa; Mr. Pearce, Boise.
The first crop is being cut on 250
erecting the machine on the project
Mr. Lytle says Vale will bid you wel
acres of hay at the Pipe Line Ranch
The report also shows that $1500 had
southwest of town.
come July 2, 3, 4.
farmed by Wm. DeOroft. This is one of
FOR MISS ROOT been paid on bonded Indebtedness this
Frances Burger and Pearl Knox, of
the largest fields of alfalfa hay In the
HARD JOLT FOR
year, that another $1500 Is now In the
the Terteling company, began work to
day. They stated that Mr. Terteling
DRIVING DRUNK Little wilt is reported in Kingman Mrs. Mattie Clendening, noble grand, sinking fund for payment of additional JOHN MULL HURT
with fourteen members of Yellow Rose bonds. Indebtedness lias been reduced
plans to operate three shifts daily when
Kolony and Oregon Trail neighbor
WHEN TEAM RUNS
the work is underway and that it will
Driving wliile drunk Is serious busi hoods but in some sections bacterial Rebekah lodge of Nyssa. gave the burial $5500 in the last two years, or since a
IN H AY FIELD
take about five months to build the 4.6 ness. Raymond Schrum found this to wilt has thinned the fields and reduced rites at impressive funeral services for sinking fund for this purpose was
miles of canal at a cost of $133,430.
his sorrow after he plead guilty Mon yields. It attacks the older fields in Miss Opal Naomi Root, 28, in Canyon created.
The report discloses that the per
John Mull, Arcadia rancher, Injured
day in Judge Percy Purvis' court in particular' and makTs more frequent IHU1 ^metery at Caldwell Sunday after-
n r > n Floral
n f i o r i r w r o were
u r n e n lr>iiolti
capita cost of education of a high his hip severely when he was thrown
school student last year was $92.54 per from a mowing machine by a run away
was a . talented
$100 fine and his drivers' license was
Oregon State college extension service . Miss Root
_ „ ,
SON BOUND FOR
revoked for one year. Schrum was ar is conducting a very thorough experi- She aught voice and piano at the Uni capita, or $25.21 les3 than the previous team last Saturday. Mull suffered no
year. Enrollment In the high school was broken bones but the ligaments In his
ment In Malheur county, under the dir versity of Idaho In Moscow but at the
FUNERAL RITES rested here Saturday night.
hip were badly tom and it will be a
Officers say driving an automobile ection of County Agent R. G. Larsen, time of her death made her home in 160, with 29 graduates.
Busses brought 78 high school stud week or more before he can resume
While hurrying from his home in under the influence of intoxicating to determine the varieties which best Salt Lake City with her parents. Two
ents from outlying districts. Transpor work. The accident occured when Mull
Oakland, Cal., to Nyssa to attend the liquor is one offense which calls for no withstand bacterial wilt In the Irri weeks ago she gave a radio program
tation cost $4.40 per pupil per month.
was haying for Tom Marsh In Arcadia.
funeral services for his mother Mrs. leniency, as In most instances a drunk- gated regions. Over 50 varieties of alf over KSL, Salt Lake. Miss Root passed
Tuesday Mr. Paradis took the report
Miller Jensen, Ira M. Jensen escaped en driver is a menace to the public,
alfa, from all parts of the world, are away after a major operation June 15.
to Mrs. E. M. Crall, county school sup
injury in an auto wreck near Pendleton
growing on plots and tests to determine She was bom Jaunary 5, 1901.
She is survived by her parents Mr. erintendent, along with books of the JUDGE GRAHAM
their reslstence to bacterial wilt are be
district for the annual summer audit.
He arrived too late for the funeral
ing made. The test plots are on the and Mrs. W. H. Root of Salt Lake, who
Tom Lowe farm near Nyssa, V. V, accompanied the body to Caldwell, and
services which were held at the Mor
AT GRAND LODGE
mon church in Nampa but in time to
SECOND PROGRAM Hickox farm in Big Bend and T. J. one brother Lon S. Root of Nyssa.
Judge David F. Oraham spent Mon
Carlca farm in Oregon Slope.
see his mother laid to rest in the beau
Mr. and Mrs. Sid Burbldge returned day in Portland attending the conven
MERL LINDER WEDS
tiful Kohler Lawn cemetery at Nampa.
Arnold Slippy, 4-H club delegate from
Monday from Portland. Burbldge, wor tion called by Oovernor Meier for or
All of Mrs. Jensen’s eleven children Kingman Kolony at the club summer
FRUITLAND MISS shipful master of the Nyssa Masonic ganization of a state-wide winter relief
school in Corvallis, will broadcast a SECRETARY WILBUR
The plan Is to conserve food
Mrs. L. F. Hubbard, her daughter Is second radio program Friday morning
M AY VISIT OWYHEE Last Sunday Merl Linder, son of Mr. lodge, was a delegate at grand lodge program.
while Mrs. Nettle Medesker was the stuffs in summer for winter charity
here from Valier, Mont., and with Ira at 7:45 a. m. over KGW, Portland. Slip
and Mrs. D. R. Linder of Nyssa, and delegate of the Eastern Star chapter. work.
Jensen is remaining for a few days visit py wil talk on Malheur county and her
Engineer F. A. Banks, Dave Hender- Miss Mary Jane Tackett of Fruitland Between lodge sessions, Mr. and Mrs.
Oovernor Meier named an executive
at the family home near Nyssa. Mr. resources at the request of Russell Mc
son and Ben Cook of Owyhee Dam and were the principals at a wedding sol- Burbldge took time to enjoy the Rose committee to proceed with organization
Jensen and his family have the sym- Kennon, county club leader.
R, D. Lytle of Vale attended a meeting emnized at the Baptist parsonage in
pahty of many friends in their bereave
Slippy and Ella Points are the only of the Vale-Owyhee Land Settlement [ Ontario. The couple was attended by festival and visit form er Nyssa people. which Included:
Malheur ocunty delegates at the school. association here Tuesday night. Fur- Mr. and Mrs. Emil Johnson of Nyssa They called on Robert Thompson, son president of Portland community chest;
They are expected to return home Sun ther plans for the dedication of Owyhee and Miss Marsadese Sales of Fruitland. of Mr. and Mrs. Jess Thompson, who Ray Gill, state grange master; Paul V.
is manager of a Skaggs’ store In Port' Maris of O. S. C.; Ben T. Osbourne, of
FAIR BOARD VACANCY
day after an eventful two weeks.
Dam July 17, were made. Frank T. Mor- That evening Mrs. Linder gave a wedd- land. They visited Miss Lizzie Thomp- the Oregon Federation of Labor; Mrs.
O. D. Dearborn, secretary of the Mal
gan read a letter from Dr. Elwood Ing supper in honor of the event which
and the Thompson family who lived W. W. Gabriel and Alex J. Barry, state
heur county fair board, was here yester- p /-\ i IK IT V
Mead, who stated that it might be pos-[was attended by a large crowd of son
here many years.
1 commander of the American Legion.
day in the interest of the 1932 county
29 FARM TRACTS sible for Secretary of the Interior Wil
fair which will be held in late August.
The county held a successful sale of bur to be present.
Mr. Dearborn advised that D. C. Dem-
pink and white was carried out. The
ing of Vale, _____
member of the
fair board, lands bid In for taxes at the courthouse
bride has been the honoree at several
had resigned and his sucessor would be Saturday, according to County Corn- WOLVES TROUNCE
showers given by Fruitland friends.
appointed by the county court in July, missloners, J. D. Fairman, in charge of
___________ ________________________ ¡the sale of county lands. Twenty-nine
Miss Evalyn Earp
NYSSA, OREGON, THURSDAY, JUNE 23, 1932.
The Gate City Journal will pub
lish a special edition, presumably
July 14, commemorating the com
pletion and the dedication of Owy
hee irrigation dam. The edition will
contain numerous stories relative
to the history of the project, its
construction by the bureau of rec
1IENRY RETURNS TO LOCAL LINE
lamation under the direction of
Engineer F. A. Banks, details of the
UP AND RAPS OUT TWO-BAGGER
new dam itself, also many pictures
WHICH BRINGS IN THREE RUNS.
of scenes on both the Owyhee and
Vale irrigation propects.
Many extra copies will be pub
lished to enable all citizens who de
S Undinf of Teams
sire to mail them to friends outside
W L Pet
the county. All subscribers to The
Nyssa ............... ........................ 6 2 ..750
Journal will receive copies of the
2 .750 Owyhee Dam edition along with
5 2 .714 the regular news edition July 14.
2 5 .286
For the second time this season, Nys
sa nine defeated Boise Senators at the
Public School field in Boise Sunday, 9
The score was 5 to 1 in Nyssa’s favor
.at the first of the eighth. Servoss clout
ed a single. Ram baud made first on
an error. Long grounded out to first, TERTELING BUYS N E W DIESEL
advancing Servoss and Rambaud. Dud
DRAGLINE FOR BUILDING FIRST
ley walked. Then came Henry's sizzling
STRETCH OF OWYHEE CANAL;
two-bagger, which drive in three runs.
WEIGHS 140 TONS.
Harold Hoxie singled and Henry scored
on a passed ball.
The thrills were not over for when
Boise came up in the ninth she scored
three runs on hits by Phillippi, Duff,
Gallaher and Keener,
Dick Young went the distance for
Nyssa, yielding 11 hits, striking out
seven batters and issuing no walks.
Lundstrum and H. Phillippi gave Nyssa
15 hits and struck out four men.
Henry was back in the game after
two weeks absence on account of injury.
Members of the team welcomed his re
H R E
.... 15 9 3
Boise ....... ........ ............ ..... 11 4 2
Harold Hoxie, cf ................5
Herb Hoxie, 2 b ................... 5
F. Dudley, rf .............
Young, p ....................
Servoss, lb ...................
Rambaud, 3b ................._.. 5
Long, c ................................ 5
D. Dudley, ss .............
Burton, If ...............
Henry, If .......................
Keener, cl ..... . __________5 s
Johnson, ss ___ ....... .......... 5 0 0
Sherman, 2b .......... .......... 4 a 0
Benedict, lb .... .................. 4 i
f. Phillippi, If .______ __ .4
Lundstrom, p ...__________4 0 0
Duff, rf ........... .................. 4 i
Gallagher, 3b ....................4
Nordeck, c ..... ..................2 0 0
Quick, c ........... ................. 2
Phillippi, p ..... .................. 1 0 0
NAMPA 10, EMMETT 7
Three runs In the last stanza gave
Nampa a 10-inning classic at Emmett
Sunday, with the Emmett loggers on
the short end of a 10 to 7 score. Nampa
held a lead of 6 to 4 till the eighth.
Castle batting for Kelly rapped out a
2-bagger. H. Burton a n d Guffin
brought In two more runs with singles,
advancing Emmett in lead. Nampa tied
the score at 7-all and made 3 runs in
Huntington having Withdrawn from
the league, the Huntington game slated
with Ontario was forfeited and Ontario
drew a win In league standing. Playing
a substitute game Sunday, Ontario de
feated Middleton 4 to 0. Nightengale
allowed the Idaho boys but two safe
hits. Hutton and McKennon hit three-
THE GATE CITY JOURNAL
Ontario Club Entertains Nyssa
And Owyhee Guests A t Banquet
NYSSA TAKES IN
BIG FISTIC BOUT
Uncle Sam Puts Sales T ax Into
Wolves turned the tables on the
¡not end with sale, as lands that are sold Beavers In the Inter-troop baseball
placed on The the present
tax roii# County
and game last Friday night, the Wolves |
* a w» fc
“ More than one world record has
been broken in construction of Owyhee
what's happening down town? Is It irrigation project," said Engineer F. A.
winning the honors 4 to 3. A feature of a fight? These were oft-repeated ques- Banks .when he addressed the large and
_ successful In the the game was Lloyd Wilson’s home run|tj0ns Tuesday evening when a crowd happy crowd assembled at the Ontario
court has been very
Tuesday, June 21. the new federal ta x 'o f religious, educational or charitable sale of lands.
In the second Inning.
| congregated on main street. Others gymnasium last Thursday night. The
bill went into effect to operate for tw o 1 organizations^ except at wrestling or
Batteries: Wolves—Wilson and WU-|were attracted by the crowd,
Ontario Commercial club was host to
boxing exhibitions. The regulations
son, 9 strlke-outs; Beavers Anderson i yes, It was fight. Jack Sharkey of Nyssa Commercial club members their
years, or until June 30, 1934.
|made public today provide no ex- W ATER USERS
.Boston won the heavyweight champlon- wives and employes of the government
The new law does not Impose a 10lemption for college athletic games or
MUST ROTATE and Johnston, 10 strlke-outs.
i ship of the world by taking a 15-round who are building the Owyhee project.
cent per hundred pound on coal. The for those operated by the government.
Monday city users of high pressure
"Owyhee dam is the world’s highest,"
¡title bout on decision from Max Sch-
tax on coal Is listed under import taxes I The tax on tickets sold for more than water began rotation, the council hav
| mellng of Oermany—and Nyssa listened said Mr Banks "Oil Shea broke world
and affects only imported coaL Neither the established prloe Is 10 per cent of
| in. The verdict of the two Judges and records in excavating the diversion tun
the excess remaining after the fixed order to equalize the water supply and
r u k a i/ir in
n r n r referee was split, two to one for Shark- nel, 8. 8. Magoffin company Is conquer
Is there a direct tax on lumber and cop
price and the tax have been deducted. conserve some in case of fire. Residents
L H A J T u I j U
H M l f t eV
decision was as divided in Nyssa ing the world's hardest tunnel excava
per, as only tariffs were raised with the This tax In effect since June 6, Is paid living south of main street may use the
as in Madison Square Garden, New tion.”
obvious purpose of protecting home in by the seller.
water Monday, Wednesday. Friday;
E. C. Van Petten. esteemed friend of
I York, where 75,000 people Jammed the
Dues and Initiation fees to any social those living north of main street Tues
the project, made the address of wel
Changes in train service went Into Garden bowl,
However, a hundred and one articles athletic or sporting club or organization day, Thursday, Saturday. Both zones
come. "We have gone a long way," he
used every day will be taxed, the list are taxable at the rate of 10 per cent If may use It Sunday, Irrigating time Is effect In Nyssa Sunday, according to W
said. "Our efforts have been united and
Including matches, gasoline, electricity the dues of an active resident annual limited from 5 p. m. till 9 p. m, and T. Posey, agent. In addition to effect YOUTH HIVES
ing changes in the passenger service
c t d a v
e u / i o u * * have secured appropriation* for a
for domestic and commercial usage, member are In excess of $25 per year, sprinklers must be used.
J 1 K A Y o W A K M g00d start on the Owyhee. United, we
schedule, mail time was changed, the
automobiles, tires, candy, soft drinks, I and if Initiation fees amount to more
Low pressure may be used any time.
must continue until the project 1* com-
bulk of mail being due for distribution
toilet preparations, malt and a host of than $10.
at the postoffice about 9 a. m.
An extremely large swarm of stray ¡ pleted and every tract colonized."
Exempted from the provisions are JORDAN VALLEY
No. 21 westbound arrives here at 8:35 bees camped at the foot of a tree near
V. B. Staples, president of the On-
Telephone messages costing more amounts paid to a fraternal society or-
PAIR GET LICENSE, a. m to carry passengers, mail and ex the church Friday. They were packed ¡ tarto Comercial club and nominee for
than 50 cents telegraph and cable c o m -, ^ eT ^ association, operating under the
Among applicants for marriage lie: r press. It la the only regular passenger close together for at least a foot In state representative from Malheur
munlcations will be taxed. Bank checks lodge system, or to any local fraternal
depth. While on his newspaper route,1 county, proved an entertaining toast-
are taxed at the rate of 2 cents for organization among the schools and ense at the office of County Clerk Roy*! train making a dally stop In Nyssa.
Daley last week were Misa Vada Rosoell
No. 1* eastbound. the Portland Rose. Curtis Foster saw the strays. He master. C. L. McCoy, president of the
every one written.
Long and Ernest Tillman Beck of Jo*- stops here on flag at 11:35 a. m. for brought a hive and they accepted their Nyssa Commercial club, thanked the
The tax on admissions Is applicable I
at the rate of 1 cent for each 10 cents Mr ^
Mrs w w 8trane of Boise dan Valley. Their license to wed was passengers traveling from Portland or new home without complaint. Foster Ontario people on behalf of Nyssa
or fraction thereof on charges above 40
at the p , rental E. B. But- issued June 15, last Wednesday. The points east of there It picks up U. 8 says the beeman loses many hives every 'guests. Wonderful musical selections
season. Too old a queen Is the best ex- were given by Chas. Waddingham and
bride is a daughter of Jake Long, well first class mall.
cents. Admissions not only to theaters k r hOB|e over jhe week end.
known old timer of the valley, and a
No. 17 westbound, the Portland Rose, cuse for moving it seems - When th e : his son John; Miss Bernice Vorhles
but "to any place" are affected. The
Mr. and Mrs. James L. Basker and sister of Merl Long, catcher on the On- exchange# outgoing and ingoing mall at Fosters see the bees of a particular hive Nyssa volllnUt, accompanied by Claud
tax must be collected from the persons
5:18 p .m .
on the rampage i they develop a new Snyder of New Plymouth; Mrs. Steve
paying the admissions aad persons, ex family are leaving for California this I tario ball team.
cept employes, admitted free or at re« week. They have closed their Nyssa Beck Is an employe on the Thomas No. 20 eastbound stops here on Hag queen The usual larve will become a Regan .accompanied by Mrs Harold
Laundry business and plan to dispose of Cowgill ranch In the valley where the,at 140 a m No. 20 formerly
stopped queen If placed In a larger cell and fed Day; and the dance orchestra, which
served rates must pay the tax.
Couple will reside.
j here on flag at 2:12 a.m .
¡played throughout the evening. Miss
Certain exemptions are made in favor equipment.
Juanita Powell gave two dance num
One hundred and sixty guests were
served by the Ontario Civic club under
the chairmanship of Mrs. Van Petten.
After the banquet dancing was enjoyed
until a late hour. About fifty people
attended from Nyssa and about the
same number from Owyhee Dam.
Among Owyhee guests were Engineer
tnd Mrs. F. A. Banks and daughter
Laurlna, Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Betts. Mr.
and Mrs. F C. Bohlson, Mr. and Mrs. C.
8. Hale, Mr. and Mrs. O. T. Douglas,
Mr. and Mrs. Bob Peck, Mr. and Mrs.
Dick Adams. Mr. and Mrs. Crawford.
Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Smith and daughter
Ardelle, Mr. and Mrs Earl Harman, Mr.
and Mrs. A1 Johannesen. Carl Mathe-
son, Mr. and Mrs. Max Johnson, James
Oraham, Hal Wilson, Walter Sanford,
Henry Boston, W. L. Rarer, Qeo. Re-
berger, A1 Jones; from Snlvely camp,
Poster Towle, Mr. and Mrs. Matt Hard
wick, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Flyg and Mrs.
From Nyssa, Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Mc
Coy. Mr. and Mrs. Estes L. Morton, Mr.
and Mrs. Ed. Wilson, Mr. and Mrs.
Farnham Sills, Mr. and Mrs. Ted
Newell. Mr. and Mrs. Dewey Ray. Mr.
and Mrs. A. H Boydell, Dr. and Mrs.
E. D. Norcott, Mr. and Mrs. Donald M.
Oraham, Mr. and Mrs. F. B. Schlopkohl,
Mr. and Mrs. O. O Bodan. Mr. and Mrs.
Qeo Stacey. Mr. and Mrs. Robt. String-
fellow, Mr and Mrs. Ralph Ortfflth*.
Thomas B. Nordale, Mr. andjdrs. W.
F. McLlng. Dick and Nate Young. Mr
and Mrs Wm. Schlremao.