The Gate city journal. (Nyssa, Or.) 1910-1937, March 29, 1934, Image 3

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    GATE CITY JOURNAL, THURSDAY, MARCH 2 9 ,1934
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families attending. Miss Catherine 1 garet Pashley, Oca Blaylock and C. J,
FROM OUR READERS
Toambs Dine At Miss
Dickson of Iror. ide was the guest of Keizer, at pinochle. At the close TRAIL TRIMS ONE,
Georgia from Friday until Sun- i chicken -sandwiches and angel food
LOSES TO NYSSA
evening. The Toombs came from ' cake were served.
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4oth Anniversary day Minnesota
Chas. W. Barlow of Twin Falls Is a
to Nyssa over 25 years ago Guests attending from out of town
new subscriber. Having contracted with
and have since resided here.
were Mf. and Mrs. Chas. Flegel and Mr. I ___ _
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Of Wedding Day FOR LEGION
and Mrs. Larson
of • Ontario.
Ore*on
711111 viatory
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team won Lin-
its our local farmers for the growing and
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third
straight
by
defeating
marketing of over 1000 acres of beam.
AUXILIARY
FOR MRS LAKEY
coin 16 to 1 Thursday. On the Trail
Mrs. Otis Bullard gave a delightful battery we,re Gilbert Holmes, Barclay
party last Friday for Mrs. Dale Lakey Wilson and Floyd Wicklander. Wick-
with guests bringing the honoree many laylder took hitting honors with three
dainty gifts. Arcadia ladies and several 3"base hits while all Trail boys broke
fom Oregon Trail. Mrs. Aubrey Flem- int0 the wttln* column.. The Trail in-
ing, Mrs. Felton Duncan and Mrs. flelct consists of Wilson Keck, Billie
Wilson, Jack McKee and Louis Syria.
Clarence Mull, were
« « guests
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Outfield Frankie Wilson, Hollis De-
Groft, Harold Grisham, Howard Wick-
SAGER-MAHAN
Harley Elza Sager of Nyssa and Miss lander ani3 Raymond Morfitt.
Eula Mae Mahan of Parma were united |
Nyssa 20, Oregon Trail 9
a f| lillill'lil IiTlllllllttll:l!l 11 II II III Cllll 111 FtM UlüNWIilül III 111,1111,11:11,1'i|i| 11 11 1.11:11,1 ÜI l.l II II gSm tlll 11 ¡11,111 llfk _ in marriage at the Baptist church in ' Nyssa srade school defeated Oregon
E Emmett on Sunday at high noon by the Trail 20 to 9 on the Nyssa diamond
E Rev. A. C. Lathrop, former Roswell Friday- Nyssa battery included Ray-
— pastor, who used the beautiful ring mond Graham and Max Parkinson.
m ceremony. The wedding followed th e! Nyssa boys did excellent hitting
— morning church service. Attendants throughout the game. Outstanding
were Graham and Wicklander for the
I were Miss Mamie Mahan, sister of the Trail.
will play a return game at
bride, and Bela C. Sager, brother of the a later Nyssa
date.
groom. Other relatives were present. Oregon
Trail will play In Kingman
Mrs. D. H. Tarleton of Emmett played
E the wedding march. The young couple Kolony Friday,
pi j will be at home after a short honey-
3 | moon at their residence near Nyssa.
BIRTHDAY PARTY
g i Celebrating her sixth birthday, Twila
g Louise Crawford had a charming party
(By Harriet Sarazin)
= Tuesday for a large number of young
A
terrific
uproar occured at school
g ) tots. They enjoyed games, lunch and
when two mice jumped from the waste
g the giving of little birthday gifts,
paper basket. How they got there
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nobody knows. They went places,
TUESDAY BRIDGE
E Mrs. L eo Hollenberg entertained frightening the girld not a little.
Another popular school dance was
E I Tuesday brdige club this week with the
p | usual three tables in play. Mrs. J. J. given Friday, March 23, with Miss
All kinds of Bunnies, Chicks, Easter E^gs for E ' Sarazin won first prize, Mrs. A. H. Boy- Clarice Jqhnson, chaperon. Several
your Easter party
E dell, second. Mrs. Ray Emmott played alumni and college students home on
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(with members. An Easter lunch was vacation were guests.
Orange and Black Leader will be is­
Easter Cards and Candies
E ;served.
sued on Monday instead of Friday in
the future, j
—At—
SUPPER CLUB
The Sunday supper club enjoyed an An assembly was called Tuesday for
the purpose of selling baseball season
g ' Easter party at the W. F. McLing home tickets.
75c, adults $1.00. A
g ; this week. Mrs. Eddie Powell and Earl large turn Students
out is expected this year.
s Harman won favors.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Toombs, resi
dents of this section for over 25 years,
celebrated their fortieth wedding an­
niversary at a family reunion at their
home in Kingman Kolony Sunday.
Dinner was served for 23, their sons
Charles, George and Dennis andl
daughter Mrs. N. E. Hatt and their
About sixty guests attended the pin­
ochle and bridge party given Thursday
night at the Parish hall by the Ameri­
can Legion and Auxiliary. Chairmen
for the event were Mrs. A. V. Cook and
Don Graham. Mrs. Francis Burger,
Mrs.
Wm.
and R.
„ G. J Lai Graham.
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son
won ' high
and
low prizes „ at 1
bridge, Mrs. Nick Rudlick, Mrs. Mar-
Easter Candies -
SCHOOL NOTES
Nyssa Pharmacy
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FOR MRS. CRAWFORD
Mrs. Earl Danley gave a shower for NYSSA COMMUNITY CHURCH
Mrs. Malcolm Crawford on Saturday
Easter Sunrise Devotional Service
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______________ ___________________________________________________________ ioon was served and the honoree was and Breakfast for the Senior and
¡presented with many gifts. Guests in- Junior Epworth League members. They
| vited were Mrs. Allen Johannesen, Mrs. will meet at the church at 5:30 to go to
Ralph Hollingworth and Mrs. Dick the selected place.
; Stockham of Owyhee Dam, Mrs. F. C. Sunday School 10 o’clock. An Easter
Bohlson, Mrs. R. B. Smith, Mrs. F. B. pogram will be given by the Sunday
Schlapkohl. Mrs. C. A. Betts and Mrs. School children.
Max Johnson of Ontario. Mrs. R. Vin- Morning Worship 11:15. Infant
sonhaler, Mrs. E. Harman, Mrs. O. G. Eaptism 11:30. Easter sermon with re­
Boden, Mrs. J. Hardin, Mrs. Frank Hall, ception of new members at the close.
Mrs. Orville Glenn, Mrs. R. M. Peck, Cantata at eight o’clock.
Mrs. Agnes Wilson and Mrs. Dick
Adams of Nyssa. • • • *
APPLE VALLEY CHURCH
OWYHEE FAMILY CELEBRATE
Easter
Sunrise Devotional a n d
Thursday Wm. Peutz celebrated his I
birthday at a dinner for family and j Breakfast with Nyssa League. 6 o'clock
friends. It is an annual March affair as on the river bluff opposite Nyssa.
the birthdays of Mr. and Mrs. Peutz Morning Worship 10 o’clock. Easter
and their three sons Werner, Law­ se’mon. Infant Baptism and reception
rence and William,
in March. of members.
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Epworth, League 7:30.
MONDAY CONTRACT CLUB
A group of ladies who are learning
LOWER BIG BEND NEWS
contract bridge met Monday with Mrs.
Dewey Ray and organized a two-table
Cash Price $6.50 Balance $1,00 Month
club which will meet on Monday every
two weeks. Members of the club are Big Bend baseball boys played Arena
This Hotpoint Waffle Iron is smart and mod­
Mrs. Frank Hall, Mrs. E. D. Norcott, Valley Friday. The upper room won 8
em in styling, its exclusive Hotpoint baking fea­
Mrs. A. H. Boydell, Mrs. Artie Robert­ to 7, the lower room 22 to 19.
tures and dependable performance produce un­
son, Mrs. Leo Hollenberg, Mrs. Howard Mrs. Harry Russell and daughters
Larsen, Mrs. Ray Emmott and Mrs. were guests at dinner at the Obles
common resuits in baking delicious waffles.
home Friday.
Ray.
Miss Walter and Miss Long were
Built with large tray and rim to catch batter
visitors in Ontario at the home of their
overflow. Finished in Chromeplate. An unusual
parents over the week end.
IRONSIDE RANCHER
value.
Notice—Keep an open date for April
OREGON E
NYSSA
The Salisbury, a Hotpoint
Waffle Iron
Now Offered at Only
85e
Mr. Barlow has his eyes on Nyssa. He is
confident this section will be another
prosperous productive vallay like the
Twin Falls.
Wm. Peutz brought in his renewal
yesterday.
A new subscriber is R. B. Gillespie
who is employed at the Sleep orchard.
The Gillespies recently returned to
this section from Payette. They were
in Wyoming last year.
17 GIVE MEDALS
FOR MUSIC MEET
Seventeen organizations have ar­
ranged to give medals for winners in
the various divisions of the Malheur
county music contest to be held in On­
tario April 28 under the direction of
Chas. A. Waddingham, Ontario band­
master. Medals will be given by Nyssa
Legion Auxiliary, Kiwanis Club, L. J.
Cox, Sherman Clay Company, Ontario
Music Club, Mrs. F. Gilley, Mrs.. F. L.
Jones, Norris Variety Store, C. J. Breier
Company, Ontario National Bank, D.
T. Sleep, Golden Rule Store Earl Wy-
ckoff, Ontario Grain Company, Ontario
Bakery, Moore Hotel, Ontario Chapter
of P. E. O.
Teachers
You can earn several hundred dollars this
summer, and you can secure a better position
and a larger salary for the coming year. Com­
plete information will be mailed n receipt of a
three cent stamp. Send for it to-day.
Rural Schools and City Schools—Summer Work
and School Year Positions
CONTINENTAL
TEACHERS AGENCY, INC.
1850 Dowing St., Denver Colo.
Covers the ENTIRE United States
“Thanks for sending me so many good posi­
tions to apply for. over 30 during the first five
days I was enrolled.”—An Illinois Teacher
SCHOOL OFFICIALS—We can put you in
touch with the very finest teachers. Our service
is free to you.
S LET US FIX IT NOW!
Don’t Wait Until Later
2 and Wish You Had.
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Those needed repairs In your
plumbing will not get any better
with time and they will certainly
cause you trouble tliis winter.
Call us today and let us fix S
everything. Our rates are low g
and our work the best.
For a thorough slicking up, bring it to—
Larsen Motor Company
GEO. J. KINZER
Plumber
= Phone 134-J-2
Parma
PHONE 43
NYSSA, ORE.
DOWN
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The gold content of our
dollars is less b u t— the
MILEAGE
CONTENT
G R E AT E R !
of our Goodyears is
THAT’S THE NEWS —
about our latest Goodyears
now in stock. . . They con­
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safety, more endurance —
yet they're still priced low
In dollars despite Increased
costs of rubber, cotton;
factory wages . . . Let us
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and tell you why we think
it's wise to buy right now
. . . This Isn't our lowest-
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A LL-W E A T H ER
Super twist Cord Tires
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Lawrence Service Station
Nyssa, Oregon
FACES OPERATION auti
12PTT IRONSIDE RANCHER FACES
Ironside—Sylvester Rose left Monday
for the veterans hospital in Boise
where he will undergo an operation.
John Rouse of Unity was here Mon­
day.
Last week Harden Lockett of Hunt­
ington chipped a carload of fat steers
I to Portland for Elmer Molthan.
A large crowd from here attended
the play. “Here Comes Charlie,” given
at Unity he 24th by the Brogan dram­
atic club. A dance followed.
Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Fred Laurance
were hosts to 23 relatives and friends
jat dinner. The Dave Laurance family
i from Vale and Mrs. Esther Perkins
from Prairie City attended.
Mr. and Mrs. Floyd White were call­
ed to the bedside of Mrs. Walter Hin­
ton of Grandvie.w. Ida.. Tuesday. Mrs.
Hinton has been very ill of pneumonia
but is improving.
Mrs. Herbert Van Cleave and daugh­
ter of Harper spent the week end at
the parental E. J. Beam home.
New Comfort for Those
Who Wear False Teeth
No longer need you feel uncomfort­
able wearing false teeth. Fastceth, a
greatly Improved powder sprinkled on
your plates holds them tight and com­
fortable. No gummy, pasty taste or
feeling. Deodorizes. Get Fas teeth at
The Nyssa Pharmacy, your druggist.
Three sizes.
Adv.
See
ED. W. PRUYN
For Auto Repairing
Battery Service
Welding
Oregon
Nyssa
See the
KELVINATOR
Refrigerator
NOW You
Can Have a Continuous
Supply o f ..
HOT WATER
ELECTRICALLY
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supply of hot water is as essential to the modem
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At Nordale’s
We can supply you with
Kelvinators ranging in
price from $123.50 up
—a n d give you from
one month to 24 months
in which to pay.
One year’s free service
See this 1934 electric
refrigerator with i t s
many n e w automatic
improvements—it’s the
best on the market to­
day.
Nordale
Furniture
Store
Sold On Terms
To Suit the
Customer
Phone for a
Representative to
Call
How often have you found the lack of hot
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iCrubbed, windows to be cleaned, laundry to be
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to bathe or father wants to shave, a plentiful
supply of hot water, at a safe temperature, from
the nearest faucet is a wonderful convenience.
The best way to assure a continuous and
ample supply of hot water is to install a modem
Hotpoint Automatic Electric Water Heater.
Once installed it never requires attention. Hot
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a faucet.
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