The Gate city journal. (Nyssa, Or.) 1910-1937, February 16, 1933, Image 5

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    GATE CITY JOURNAL, TfìURS.,
lUARY 16 , 1966
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n
Township
22 south. Range 46 east of D4U 6 i tale, Feb 11, IMI. at 10:10 a. ì
DERRICK HURT IN
of your, respective
heirship, the Willamette Meridian, Malheur Robt. D. Lytle, Vale, Oregon, Attorni
ownership andpr interest in said estate County, StAts of Oregon, together I tot P lain tiff.
ICE HARVEST AT
of said Donald McLeod, deceased, and with all and singular the tene­
STAFF
cause, if any there be, why the ments, hereditaments and appurt­
MALHEUR RANCH show
facts
should not be found, and the enances thereunto belonging or in
.
.
!
many
a
circular
is
tossed
into
the
waste
Editor—Carlotta Irwin.
A
g argument for newspaper ad- buket without a glance,
rights
of heirship and distribution to anywise appertaining, including a
Society Editor—Evalyn Earp.
and Its results recently was
I
said
estate
decreed, as set forth and water right evidenced by 7 shares of
Malheur — While helping Carroll
sent bj the advertising department of “(3) Do you want fast action? Then Sports Editor—Dwight Johnston,
for in the petition of the said stock in the Riverside Irrigation
J. C. 1 ennv company, operators of a use the newspaper. The ad that you Special Writers—Dorothy Boden, Ethyl Locey put up ice, Wallace Derrick was prayed
J. H. McLeod. Mary McDon­ District, being certificate No. 302.
injured. The sled on which the ice was plaintiffs,
dHRRd chain of retail stores, to its run today, if it contains real merchan- Graham.
H. D. Holmes
Dolina Kerr, Ina McLeod and Hugh and by 7 shares of stock in the
.-.tore managers. The messages follow: dlse news, will bring Immediate results Class News—Vera McConnell, Lila Hite, being hauled tipped over and several ald.
McLeod. Joan McLeod and Hugh Mc­ Riverside Irrigation District, being
Minnie
Wilton,
Charles
Crawford.
large
cakes
struck
Derrick.
. 1 1 t>r. vou want to be certain of . tomorrow,
Leod, by Intervention, on file herein; certificate No. 329, or so much
TRANSFER AND BAOOAOE
Ralph Boor brought Mr. and Mrs. and you, and each of you, are hereby thereof as may be necessary to
readers interest? Then use the news- ! “<4) Do you want to be recognized as
Herb Derrick from Ironside to the further cited to appear before said satisfy said Judgment in favor of
paperf Many a circular receives only a a factor of Importance in your com-
of Haallng tal
GRADUATION
home of Mrs. Derricks parents, Mr. and Court at said time and place and file the above named plaintiff in the follow­
glance! while the local newspaper, with munity?—a real home-town store? If
City Limite
hundreds of general news items Is read y°u do' use the newspaper—it undoubt- The time of year Is swiftly on Its way Mrs. W. E. Wirth last Thursday. Boor answers setting up your, and each of ing sums, to-wlt: $135.00, with Interest
f.hn-ovthly from first to last page.
ediy is a strong factor in the building when the senior class of 1933 will be in returned Saturday.
your, respective claims of heirship, at the rate of 8 per cent per annum
Bill
Flint,
who
has
been
mining
with
“(2) ¡Do you want representation in °f 80 od will.”
ownership
interest in said estate. from July 9, 1932; $3558.25, with Inter­ NYSSA. OR.
full swing for graduation. Just mention Harvey Stephens, went to Portland re­ You. and and
PHONE 5
each
of you, will please est at the rate cf 5 per cent per annum
the word to any one of them and in­ cently.
from
July
9,
1932;
$65.91
with
Interest,
take
notice
that
this
citation
is
served
Anyway unemployment is being re­ stantly take note of the sudden superior
families attended the dance upon you by virtue of an order of the at the rate of 8 per cent per annum
A. L. FLETCHER
lieved by employing experts to compile air and extra twinkle in their eyes. They at Several
the Mountain View school house Hon. David F. Graham, Judge of the from April 7. 1932; $70.60, with interest
statistics about unemployment.
|thinlt oi the honor and excitement that Saturday night.
I. O. O. F. Building
above entitled Court, made and entered at the rate of 8 per cent per annum
comes with graduation and well should Paul Kenyard and Bob Anderson on
the 14th day of February, 1933, and from May 31. 1932; $898.81, with Inter­
Attorney-at-Law
By this time most of us have gotten they be proud of the step in life they started to work for Carroll Locey Wed­ directing
at the rate of 8 per cent per annum
that this citation be served est
- - when the
Vale, Oregon
have attained. Having battled through nesday.
used to writing 1933.
from October 3 1932; $19.50, abstract
upon
you
by
publication
thereof
for
six
four years of high school life they can Howard White was in Baker last successive weeks and seven publications charges paid on Novmeber 18, 1932; and need for - - *
rightfully look forward to graduation
further sum of $300.00 attorney's
thereof, in the Gate City Journal, a the
with pride. The class is preparing for week.
fees and the further sum of $27.30, costs,
Austin
McWilliams
is
helping
Floyd
week
newspaper
of
general
circulation,
the big events with cooperative zeal and Howard during lambing.
for such additional costs as may
published and circulated at Nyssa, Mal­ and
ambition.
accrue.
Locey
Brothers
moved
their
sheep
to
heur
County,
Oregon,
and
that
the
first
R adio S erv ice - - -
Looking deeper, we find some regrets.
at Vale Oregon, this 16th day
thereof be on the 16th day of Dated
Some of them are leaving study years the ranch at Ironside to start lambing. publication
January, 1933.
of
February,
1933.
,
RADIOS Serviced $1.00 per call plus
behind as they ail cannot attend college.
C. W. GLENN
WITNESS. The Hon. DavM F. Gra-1
LONG DOES GOOD WORK
They think with longing of the Jolly
Replaced Parts
Sheriff,
Malheur
County, Oregon
ham.
Judge
of
the
County
Court
ol
the
times they have had in school and wish Excellent results are being obtained State of Oregon, for the County of Date of first publication,
Jan. 19 1933.
that they were again only Freshmen by Robt. Long, government hunter, said Malheur, with the seal of said Court Date of last publication, Feb.
Electric Household Appliances and
16, 1933.
starting
in
dear
old
Nyssa
high.—C.
R.
I.
Electrical Equipment Repaired
Fred Sankey, assistant state leader in affixed, this 14th day of February, 1933.
predatory animal control, in his Jan­
DAVID F. GRAHAM,
For a good shave, hair cat <
Gas — Oils — Greasing — Cleaning Solvent
uary report. Mr. Sankey spent a part of
County Judge.
shower bath come to—
SCHOOL
NEWS
BRIEFS
last month here and in Harney county,
ROY DALEY,
Tires — Kerosene — Accessories
assisting
hunters
in
cleaning
up
poispn
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Clerk.
I Tiena Tensen is the new president of stations and contacting forest officials ATTEST:
McHargue’a
the Sophomore class succeeding Fred and many stockmen.
SEAL
NORCOTT SERVICE STATION Spencer,
who has moved to Boise.
Prompt
BARBER SHOP
Date of First Publication, February 16,
Betty Cook, a member of the biology
NYSSA
OREGON
1933.
Laundry Agency
class, substituted for the teacher, Mrs.
AMBULANCE
Court House Filings Date of Last Publication, March 30,1933
Ada Haworth Tuesday as the bus was
late.
SERVICE
| Miss Harriet Aheam will direct the
Real
Estate
Transfers
Recorded
NOTICE
OF
SHERIFF’S
SALE
dances for the operetta. Miss Fishburn,
Arises
GEO.
KINZER
the director, says the cast is doing very Joseph Alderson et ux to W. D. Go­ By virute of an execution in fore­
forth et al. Metes and bounds in NWH closure duly issued out of the Circuit
! nicely.
PHONE 76F3
A Little Money
Plumber
| The librarians for this semester have Sec. 26-16-47, cintaining 36.7 acres. 12- Court of the State of Oregon for the
| entered their duties with zest. The fol- 28-32. $1000.
County of Malheur on the 16th day of
IT WILL bring a modern am­
i lowing are in charge, Evalyn Earp, Malheur County to State of Oregon, January, 1933, pursuant to a Judge­
bulance—outfitted with every
' Doris Smith, Earl Sager, Sidney Boren, NMrNEVi, Sec. 10-18-46. 2-6-33. $1.00. ment rendered in said Court on the Repairs and Sells Furnaces Com­
comfort and need for the sick
Clifford Lathen. Ruth Wolfe, Charlena Malheur County to State Land Board 29th day of December, 1932, in a suit
—and manned by courteous
Buys a 1 o t of value these
W%NWt4, Sec. 11-18-46. 2-6-33. $1. wherein The Federal Land Bank of peting with even the mall order
Crawford and Mary Munsterman.
attendants.
A number of high school students Malheur County to State Land Board, Spokane, a corporation, is plaintiff, houses. If you need him In a
We
maintain a modem am­
days when it comes to fur­
went back to kid days Tuesday—they WiiNEViNWa, Sec. 11-18-46. 2-6-33. $1. and David E. Walker and Freída Walk­
bulance
service in addition to
were seen playing “Fox and Goose" dur­ William Hart to William Woodcock. er husband and wife; George A. Russell hurry for plumbing or furnace
our
hearse
service.
ing noon hour.
SW’4NWV*, SHNEH, SE1,. NHSWJ4, and Mamie Russell, husband and wife;
niture. W e c a n supply
Day or Night!
repair, phone
The following rates have been attain­ Sec. 15- NW1-4SW1-4, SW’iSW'4, Sec. and Ontario National Farm Loan As­
ed in Miss Clarice Johnston's typing 14; NEViNEU, Sec. 22; SE^NEti, Sec. sociation, a corporation, are defendants,
Parma 98W Collect
classes. In typing 1, Gene Holiday and 22; NWVi Sec. 23, all in Twp. 14 Rng 48. said writ being directed to me and com­
you with whatever you
NYSSA FUNERAL
claim highest place with 31 words and Also all horses, cattle, wagons and farm manding me to sell the hereinafter de­
scribed
real
property,
I
will
on
Satur­
machinery.
2-4-33.
$1.
only
3
errors.
Max
Schweizer
comes
next
HOME
need in the furniture line.
with 31 and 4 errors. In typing II, Car- U. S. A. to Hattie A. Farrell, Assignee day, the 18th day of February, 1933, at Furnaces and Plumbing
Nyssa
Oregon
lotta Irwin gets first with 57 and two NEVlNWVi, Sec. 38; SEViNWli, NEVi- the hour of 10:30 o’clock in the fore­
errors; Charlena Crawford and Dwight SW1-4, SW1-4SW1-4, Sec 32-38-46. 1- noon of said day, at the north main
entrance door of the County Court
SEE US FIRST
Johnson second with 50 words and 4 19-26.
errors. The above rates were from 10 Hattie A. Farrett Smith to R. H. Wil­ House at Vale, Malheur County, Ore­
minute tests.
kinson. NEUNW'i, Sec. 28; SEV4NWV4, gon, sell, subject to the statutory right
Tire trouble has been afflicting the NEy4SWl-4, SW1-4SW1-4, Sec. 12-19- of redemption, all of the right, title and
interest of the above named defendants
school busses this week. The Jordan bus 25. $10.
in and to the following described
was late Monday due to a flat. Tuesday
real property, to-wit:
the Hatch bus had similar trouble.
NYSSA
OREGON
the Southwest quarter of Section 2,
Friday morning Mr. Hollenberg help­
Marriage Licenses Issued
ed the seniors inspect graduation an­
nouncements. A final vote will be taken Vincent Honey and Iva Irene Bennett.
A Specialty, at Hoxie Garage w i t h Herman
in the near future. Mr. Hollenberg in­ 2-6-33.
Cecil
B.
Howell
and
Eleanor
Duncan.
formed the class that he has ordered
Towne in charge of our repair department.
the diplomas which he said, “should be 2-6-33.
an incentive to those students of the Lynn Clifford Knauff and Edna Mary
All Our Work Guaranteed
class who are In a dangerous position Eddlns. 2-6-33.
Perry L. Parrott and Clara Sarah
as to grades.”
Students viewed with concern the fol­ Philibert. 2-10-33.
lowing notice in the English room: Oral
book reports due February 24.
Fletcher Gas and Veltex Oils
Petition Filed in Probate Court
PLAN SALEM TRIP
Estate of William Allen Wilcox. 2-6-33
OREGON
NYSSA
the seme shopping window' as the other
COMPANY
of your town use? Then use
FINDS NEWSPAPER merchants
the local newspaper. Women, the pur-
|ADVERTISING BEST I chasing
agents of the home, read news-
paper ^advertising carefully, whereas
PENNY
School Notes
manner provided by law, your, and each
claims of
On the Old Job
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in .
ns u n i t If O___A
««Acs 1
Vs n m a
tn n m
e tn e o O
T f
NoNale Furniture Co.
Why Worry About
W
HOXIE GARAGE
a s h
Mr. and Mrs. Al Thompson and son
Hershel plan to leave this week for
Salem where they will visit their daugh­
ter Mrs. Ralph Beutler. They are also
considering a location in Salem but
may return as Mr. Thompson is not
anxious to leave the community he has
called home for more than thirty years.
He has been active in civic affairs,
havng recently completed two terms
as councilman.
The Thompsons have moved their
household fumituree to the home of Mr.
and Mrs. J. T. Long, parents of Mrs.
Thompson, in Arcadia, and have been
guests there since Tuesday. They were
dinner guests Tuesday of Miss Evalyn
Earp and Mrs. W. F. McLing.
Day
When the United Laundry is ready to serve you
at lowest prices on family bundles.
Individual Care is Given Every Order
.
THE
UNITED
LAUNDRY
Oregon
Nyssa
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Good Grade
HARNESS OIL At
9 5 c Quart
BRING YOUR CONTAINER
Why not fix up the harness before spring work
begins. Snaps, straps, rivets, etc.
Order repairs for your farm implements EARLY.
Baldridge Im p. Co.
I R e m e m b e r
ua th e n ex t tim e
you wish any print­
ing. Our equipm ent
enables us to turn
o u t first q u a lity
work—our experi­
ence enables us to
in t e llig e n t ly a id
y o u in p la n n in g
your circular,letter
or whatever print­
ing you wish done.
The results you get
w ill p rov e t h a t
G ood P r in t-
♦ in g P a y s ♦
IF INTERESTED IN PURCHASE IM­
PROVED FARM, READ THIS;
160 acres on Owyhee, Irrigated from
Owyhee Ditch, 6 horses and all neces­
sary farm equipment and machinery in­
cluded. Price $3,000.00.
Also 80 acres Joining the above, irri­
gated from Owyhee Ditch. Price $2400.
E. M. Blodgett, Nyssa, Oregon.
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CITATION
IN THE COUNTY COURT OF THE
STATE OF OREGON FOR THE
COUNTY OF MALHEUR.
ANNABELLE McLEOD TOLMIE,
Plaintiff,
vs.
J. H. McLEOD, MARY MCDONALD
DOLINA KERR, INA McLEOD and
HUGH McLEOD, JOAN McLEOD and
I HUGH McLEOD,
Plaintiffs by Intervention
vs.
CHARLES McLEOD, NORMAN Mc­
LEOD, DONALD McLEOD, MARG­
ARET McLEOD, ELLEN McLEOD
MARY McLEOD, ANNIE McLEOD
CHRISTINE McLEOD, EFFIE Mc­
LEOD, JOHN D O E STEWART
CHRISTINA MCKENZIE, FLO GRA­
HAM, ROBINA KELLOWAY, and thr
Heirs, known and unknown, of Don­
ald McLeod, Deceased,
Defendants
TO ANNABELLE McLEOD TOLMIE
CHARLES McLEOD, NORMAN Me
LEOD, DONALD McLEOD, MARO
ARET McLEOD, ELLEN McLEOD
MARY McLEOD, ANNIE McLEOD
CHRISTINE McLEOD, EFFIE Me
LEOD. J O H N DOE STEWART
CHRISTINA MCKENZIE, FLO GRA
HAM. ROBINA KELLOWAY, and th-
Heirs known, and unknown, of Donalt
McLeod, Deceased, and HARRY P
COCKRUM, Administrator of the estate
of said Donald McLeod, Deceased
GREETING:
IN THE NAME OF THE STATE OF
OREGON, You, and each of you, an
hereby cited and required to appear li
Ask About Our
BUSINESS DIRECTORY
At $2.95
You’ll Always Get Your Money's
Worth At
The following firms of Ontario will serro you with honest values:
Oil Permanent Wave
Legal Advertisement
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Owyhee Beauty Shop
Phone 55F3
Nyssa
Shoes Thin?
Winter calls for good tight shoes.
Watch them closely and when
they begin to show hard wear,
bring them to us. It will prolong
their life and ease up on your
purse.
R. W. PARKINSON
Nyssa, Oregon
WE DO HARNESS REPAIR
f
{SANITARIUM
HAVE YOUR ,
WATCH AND CLO REPAIRED
CK NOW!
At Lowest Prices:
Watches cleaned .................... $1.50 to $2
Mainsprings ...................................... $1.25
Crystals...................................35c to 75o
Diamond Setting
Only genuine factory material Is used—
all work guaranteed.
F i n e selection Watches, Silverware,
Jewelry at lowest prices.
ENORAVINO FREE On any article
purchased.
GINZEL JEWELRY STORE
Jeweler and Watchmaker
HEATER'S STUDIO
Portraits of Quality
Kodak Finishing
Ontario, Oregon
Ontario, Ore.
The MOORE HOTEL
COFFEE SHOP
Continues Service
S a. m. to 10:30 p. m.
Ontario, Oregon
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