The Gate city journal. (Nyssa, Or.) 1910-1937, December 21, 1933, Image 4

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    GATE CITY JOURNAL, TÌ1URS., PECE M ì l i t i , l'XM
NYSSA COMMUNITY CHURCH
Sunday School 10 o ’clock.
Morning Worship 11:15. Theme: The
Christ Child.
There wl'l be no Junior League or
Epworth League.
The Pageant. "The Coming of the
Christ Child," will be given in the
church at seven o’clock In the evening.
ST. PAUL’S EPISCOPAL CHURCH
December 24—Christmas service at 11
a. m.
Pageant and treat for children of
Sunday School at 7:30 p. m.
Rev. Stanley Moore.
FREE AIR
Howdy Folks—We want to make
this week’s ad a real genuine well
wishing Merry Christmas greeting
to you all. Many fine phrases could
be Injected here. Many expressions
used as a matter of form, but flow-
ry language Is not In our line so we
will Just wish you one and all a
good old fashioned Merry Christ­
mas and we mean it.
California to spend the winter. GuesU
Including Mrs. F. A. Miller, Mrs Lora
Pillsbury, Mrs B. G. Roberts, Mrs. E. H.
Brumbach, Mrs. N. Phelan, Mrs. P. N.
Big Bind Tire new officers of B « ' Caae and Mrs, Jesse Johnstcn
Bend grange presided at the meeting
Mrs. Win. Sweet Is 111.
Tuesday evening. The Lecturer, Mrs.
C. E. Ponu presented a Chrltmas pro­ McDERMITT FOLK ATTEND BALL
gram of stories, music and readings
Mrs Ardile Meyers, Journal corres-
NYSSA CIVIC CLUB MAKES BUD- j tnat were greatly enjoyed. Mr. and
GET FOR TOWN LIBRARY WITH Mis. Joe King treated members to pop pondent at MeDermitt, was here Mon­
corn balls at the close of the meeting, day and she brought along a packet of
ENTERTAINMENT LAST FRIDAY
Joe and Ezra Brumbach transacted news- Mrst' work ls under way on the
NIGHT.
business in Boise Monday.
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Mr. and Mrs. Angel Aboritz attended
The members of he Drainage DU- the Basque ball in Blose Tuesday night.
trict held a meeting
ln E. M. , Blodgett s . Visitors ln MeDermitt the forepart of
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! the week were vlctor ^ „ t o g m of Ore-
A laugh from start to finish was the office in Nyssa Tuesday evening.
skit, “Comical Country Cousins," given
A number from here attended the gon Canyon, Millard Sage of Disaster
by a cast of ten at the Library Jubilee, j basket ball game in Nyssa Tuesday j p eak, Gerald Bosch of the Nevada
sponsored by the Nyssa civic club, Fri­ evening.
highway department and Bob Wade.
day night.
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Wade, who were |
Rivaling the famous actress May guests in the C. Peck home, returned HONOR STUDENTS AT NORMAL
Robson was Cousin Ophelia. Mrs. Wl’l to Lewiston Friday.
Beam. Supporting her were the other
The Boyce Van de Water family
for
LIBRARY FETE
BIG SUCCESS
“ “ S’ S, “ ™a
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me coming year.
Marshall’s wedding gown of 1883, Mrs
Mrs. C. E. Feck entertained at a
Howard Larsen, Mrs. Ted Newell and Kensington
Wednesday ln honor of
Mrs. Glenn Frizzell, the three old Mrs. Lizzie Holly who left Friday for
maids, Mrs. Dick Tensen. who could
“organ like a queen and piano like she
could organ;” Mrs. McCiTy, old but
spry; Mrs. Wm. Schireman, Sis Hop­
kins, who possessed a beau “ Bilious.”
Mrs. Frank Morgan, Mammy; and Bil-
The great English chemist Joseph
A Lll’ Pome
’le Louise Glasgow, the singing picka­
Priestly, discoverer of oxygen, was vic­
Christmas time will soon be here ninny, completed the cast.
timized about 1795 by a quack who
We can’t afford a tree,
A darkey skit was nicely presented
claimed to be able to cure bis daughter
So we’ll Just trim grandpa’s beard
hv Sue Keizer, Charlena Crawford and
Sarah of tuberculosis. Like many other
And shout prosperity.
Mr.s Hershel Thompson.
famous and Intelligent men when a
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The Auxiliary quarter, consisting of
loved one was in danger. Priestly
Mrs. Hollenberg, Mrs. Don Graham,
seemed to lose his keen analytical Judg­
CHRISTMAS Is the day your wife
Mrs.
Larsen
and
Mrs.
McCoy
made
its
ment and placed his daughter In the
gives you a present you don’t
first appearance by rendering a beauti­
charlatan’s hands.
want, bought with money you do
ful selection. Mrs. F. W. Osterkamp Is
The quack claimed the disease had
want.
pianist.
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progressed so far that “ to place the
Bidding for Christmas packages at
smallest reliance on medicine would De
We know a stenog who thinks
the auction, conducted by Frank Mor­
to encourage a fatal delusion." Ills
hardening of the arteries Is laying
gan and Mrs. Beam, was keen. So keen,
program alone, bo claimed, would De
concrete on the highways.
that 25-cent packages sold as high a s ! effective ln curbing the disease. So
75 cents for additional library benefit, j Sarah “.as installed In a cowhouse in
Over $19 was made on the auction j company with cows for nearly six
alone, so Mrs. O. G. Boden, chairman, I months, and lived on a email platform
NORCOTT SERVICE
Nyssa
Oregon ays the library Jubilee was a success. raised only a few Inches above the dirt
Girl Scouts helped by conducting a
Moor. The only furniture was a table,
fish pond and selling popcorn balls.
a chair and a bed, the cordage of
Refreshments and dancing closed the
which soon began to rot In that atmos­
evening.
phere.
"The genial warmth relieved op­
pression on the chest, took oil restless­
LICENSE FUND APPROPRIATED
ness, and produced a feeling the lady
described by comparing It to nourish­
Apportionment of $800,000 represent­
offert
ing the amount due the counties from
funds collected under the state motor
vehicle act during the second half of “ LITTLE W O M E N ” A T
N O T H I N G FINER
the year 1933, w'as announced Monday.
IN HOTEL
Malheur's last half is $8455.41.
CALDW ELL THEATRE
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ORTLAND
h e hotel
is Portland’s largest hotel«
located only 3 blocks from
the leading b an ks and
stores, yet out o f the noisy
traffic. New modern furni­
ture, new equipment, new
decorations. . . Excellent
dining room, cafeteria and
cofleeshop. Popular prices.
Garage across the street;
attendants at the door . . •
Lobby pipe organ concert
every evening.
K t f ! 5222 ftlS
H O T E L
M O
L T N C M A I i
PORTLAND,
ORtOOH
ore Thompson, Nyssa, Ore. Dec 30 Pd.
FOR RENT—Three rooms, unfurnished
See Ross Parkinson at Nyssa Shoe 1
Shop.
mzsm
Starting
POWER.
N O W «vary N A T IO N A L
is "saolad" at tha factory
with a special metal dise
w e ld e d to the negative
post. This "seal" must be
removed before the bat­
tery can be installed in
your carl
Don’t taka tha chance of
buying a rebuilt ar used
battery. Replace now with
a N A T IO N A L "the world’s
greatest battery for cold-
weather starting."
NATKffiAL
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attliue
Is now under new management.
CHRISTMAS SPECIAL
$5 Permanents, NOW—$3.00
$3.50 Permanents, NOW—$1.95
FLORA
CTIEELF.Y
Operator
Ri m ili rutti tua ri mi ri m i i . i ih ih i : i u um ili mini na
¡Dr. J. A. MeFaiij
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Eyesight Specialist
g Specializing on the care =
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of Children’s Eyes,
Vem Wilson is hauling chopped hay
Ontario, Oregon
a
HOLIDAY GOODS, no raise in price from Dead Ox Flat for feeding on the §
ri I II H I III til I II II IMI I lit II I11 III 11! 11111 I I I 111 HI III IS”
from last year. Xmas cards sold sep- Deseret.
erately or by the box. Candy for sale.
Some school supplies left. Hazel D.
Oildea. back of Shell Service Station.
Dec. 25 Pd.
FOR QUICK SALE—Rhode Island Red
pullets. Mrs. H .R. Quinby, City.
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G iv e
your car
It’s
MERRY CHRISTMAS
STRAY TAKEN UP— One b 1 a e k
Springer heifer, branded circle with
cross inside on left hip. Owner please
call and pay this ad and feed bill.
SUCCOR CREEK SERVICE STATION
via I-O-N Highway. Dec. l4Pd.
WORK TEAM and 2-year old dairy
heifer for sale. Would trade for auto­
mobile. Write Box 1024 Nyssa. Oregon.
Dec. 7-14*
QUILTS WIL1 BE MA
aid for church benefit. We will be
glad to make your quilts, or do the
quilting. Qv.llts for sale at Nyssa Realty
Company.
NYSSA, OREGON
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Get that Hat, Suit and
Dress—
CAPITALIZED
Not Just Cleaned
and Wish You Had.
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Those needed repairs in your
= plumbing will not get any better
§j with time and they will certainly
g cause you trouble this winter.
Leave your cleaning at the Unit­
GEO. J. KINZER
ed Laundry Nyssa. Mrs. Margaret
Plumber
Pashley is our local agent.
C APITAL CLEANERS
Parma 5
8 Phone 134-J-2
BOISE
IDAHO
* “ Well mq guns over
t ’ 8am Bum«*,but I’m
Liberty Theatre
Why
Liquid Laxatives
are Back in Favor
Friday-Saturday, Dccmber 22, 23
“ SENSATION HUNTERS”
With Arlene Judge and Preston Foster
6 Reels of Short Subjects
The public is fast returning to the use
of liquid laxatives. People have
learned that the properly prepared
liquid laxative will bring a perfect
movement without any discomfort
at the time, or after.
The dose of a liquid laxative can
be varied to suit the needs of the
individual. The action can thus be
regulated. A child is easily given the
right dose. And mild liquid laxatives
do not irritate the kidneys.
Doctors are generally agreed that
senna is the best laxative for every­
body. Senna is a natural laxative. It
does not drain the system like the
cathartics that leave you so thirsty.
Dr. Caldwell’s Syrup Pepsin is a
liquid laxative which relics cn senna
for its laxative action. It has the
average person’s bowels as regular as
clockwork in a few weeks’ time.
Sunday, Monday, December 24, 25
Zane Grey’s
“TH E THUNDERING HERD”
With Randolph Scott, Harry Carey, Buster
Crabbe and Noah Beeiy
Tuesday, Wednesday, Thurs., Dec. 26, 27, 28
“ DELUGE”
Lois Wilson, Sidney Blackmer
You can always get Dr. Caldwell**
Syrup
yrup Pepsin at any
a drugstore, ready
’
N.
for use. Member
1 R .A .
LOOK HERE FRIENDS!,*»
AMERICAN
Theatre Caldwell
By Special Arrangements with the Leading Magazines of the
Country We Bring You the Biggest Bargain of Ail Time . . . .
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SUN.-M ON.-TUES-W ED.
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A Real Xmas Special!
With Katherine Hepburn, Edna M. Oliver,
ALL 4 ONLY
1 Magazine From Group “A ”
2 Magazines From Group “ B"
And
TH IS NEWSPAPER (1 Full Year)
Joan Bennett and Paul Lukas
FOR SALE—Good high chair, very
reasonable. See Mrs. C. B. Short.
City.
FOR SALE -O ne four-year old Short­
horn bull, two yearling Shorthorn
bulls. Tom C.Johnson. Nyssa. Dec. 14p
Practice in ail Court*
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Call us today and let us fix g
g everything. Our rates are low 8
- and our work the best.
LOUISA M. A L C O T T S
Mrs. Margaret Pashley. owner of the j
Nyssa Laundry, ls agent for the Cap­
ital Cleaners of Boise. Leave your
cleaning at the laundry. Quality work
ls guaranteed.
Pd. Adv.
g
Lee Meri Beauty Shop
W A N T ADS
The American Theatre in Caldwell is
proud to present to It’s partons that
WANTED—Young lady or elderly mighty production from the Radio
woman for general housework a n d ; studios “LITTLE WOMEN" adapted
care of children. Mrs. A. J. Schafer, from the sensational novel by Louisa
Nyssa.
M. Alcott which has been read by mil­
lions cf people the world over. Here is
STRAYED—Brown marc with TS on
a production that will well be remem­
left shoulder. $5 reward for return.
bered as one of the finest pictures ever
Left from vicinity of McEvvon ranch. H.
made.
J. HOLMES. Nytsa. Dec. 2T.
A fine cast including such well
MUSICIANS should look over the large known players, Katharine Hepburn as
stock of latest piano music and in­ Jo. Frances Dee as Meg, Jean Parker
strument accessories at The Nyssa as Beth, Joan Bennett as Amy, Edna
May Oliver as Aunt March, Paul Lukas
Pharmacy.
Douglass Montgomery and Henry
FOR SALE—Fordson tractor
plows, Stephenson all deliver exceptional
disk, levn’ cr all for $250 cash; work characterizations In this well known
tram and harness $50. Elton E. Parker. play.
Apple Valley, JJ'ii ml. S. E. Nyssa.
This picture opens Sunday at the
RIVERSIDE AUTO PARK U for sale, American Theatre in Caldwell and con­
seven cabins, store, gas station and tinues until Wednesday. A picture the
residence. Inquire at station. Mrs. Len- whole family will enjoy.—Pd. Adv.
Attorney and Counselor at Law
ANNOUNCING—
Nyssa, Oregon
E. M. Blodyett
§ Don’t W ait Until Later 5
Again,
folks.
B w “ ,u' >“ ' ■ » r s s £S2VS
w *sr- Smilin' Charlie S&y&i
ment conveyed through the pores of
the skin. After the first night the air
was, to use her expression, 'balsamic.' ’’
In the light of our present knowledge
It seems remarkable that she survived
the treatment, but she did.
It Is not so remarkable, however,
that her father permitted her to under­
go such a weird treatment, points out
the National Tuberculosis Association.
Nothing whatever was known about
tuberculosis In those days except the
symptoms, so grief stricken families
grasped at any straw of hope once the
dread verdict of consumption" had
been pronounced Its cause was not
discovered until nearly a hundred
years later (1SS2).
Today such quackery is difficult.
The 2,084 affiliated tuberculosis asso­
ciations throughout the United States,
financed by Christmas Seals, have
spread the knowledge that there Is no
medicine that will cure tuberculosis.
The only known method of cure Is a
regime of absolute rest In bed. fresh
air and sunshine, and good food, under
the direction of a reputable physician.
PACKING HOUSE BUSY
IN AFPLL VALLEY
These are busy days at tire Apple
I Volley parking house where Jack A’
Owing to the death of Max Julian iLcitocn Is directing ,the packing and
Marshal’ , 17, Payette high school shipment of from one to two carloads
senior, the basketball game scheduled of apples each day. E. G. Johnson Is
for Payette Friday was played in Nys­ : shipping most of the present supply,
sa instead c f Payette.
I Packing has been in progress several
Mr, shall was fatally tajuhed last j weeks and will probably continue until
Wednesday when a walnut bowl burst i after the first of the year.
in a lathe. A fragment struck him In
the face and head and fractured his
skull. He died at 7:30 at the Holy Ros­
ary hospital, a few hours after the ac-
LET US FIX IT N O V /! =
cidet, which occured ln the munua’
training department of the school.
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He ls survived by his father Roy C.
Marshall, two brothers and two sisters.
This distinction Is based on no grade
below B or A. Twenty-nine students ■
made the honor roll.
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