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NYSSA GATtí C it Y JOURNAL, THUUS., FEBRUARY 18,198.7
START RIGHT NOW! !
I f you spend your money for
| P R IN T IN G in Nyssa, you get
j a second chance at the same
1 old dollar . . .
When that dollar goes out o f
town it’s Gone! Gone! Gone
I f it ’s P r i n t i n g - W e c a n d o i t
C A LL NO. 19
W H E N YO U
Bills of Fare"*
Books and Booklets
Checks and Drafts
Hotel Note Heads
Monthly Account Sheets
Store Sale Bills
been very 111 the past week with
Mrs. Gene Reed and Allen and
».rile Scott made a business trip to
Jack Van Landlngham called at
the Lloyd Caldwell home Tuesday
The Frank Burke family moved
Tlite Friday marks the end of the
this week from the Sloan ranch to a
40 days for which Oregon legislators
farm near Nyssa.
draw pay. During the rest of theli
r.t}. urn, while the hands of the
look stand still, they will work for
nothing while their clerks and aides
By MRS. E. J. BEAM
ontinue on the state payroll. Lucky
is tae lawmaker who has his wife
.is his clerk.
M r and Mrs. Floyd White motored
Main controversy until the f nal to Baker on Monday to att.nd the
cdjcurnment will now center around funeral of Mrs. Ware, mother of Mrs
pppropriations. The joint ways and Chas. Elms.
Mrs. H. C. Elms who has been ser
means committee has spent many
hours wrestling with the iously ill Is making a rapid recovery
famous "m illion-dollar error" bud Her daughter. Mrs. C. D. Houser Of
get and with the revised budget as Haines who nursed her, left for hdr
nted by the joint forces who home Thursday, and another daugh
~ ■ had a hand in the original supp'y of ter, Mrs. W. J. Hinton of Boise went
home on Tuesday.
Mr and Mrs. Fred Laurttnce were
Bitter battles are still due over the hosts at dinner for the E. J. Beam,
Arthur Beam and daughter Barbara
Jean, Mrs. Herbert Van Cleave and
children, Maria McElroy of Nyssa
shall be appropriated for this pur- and Bessie K err of John Day last
Bob DeArmond and Miss Verla
The governor has been outspoken Prescott of Vale were guests of the
.gainst any new taxes and gives latter's sLster, Mrs. Bruce Lofton sev
eral days last week.
8. A. Lofton and son Earl, Wayne
Lofton and wife, Wm. Woodcock and
daughter Geraldine and
Mrs. E. J. Beam were busines visit
ors in Ontario last Monday.
MLss Marla McElroy of Nyssa spent
the week end at the Fred Lautance
for the governor’s own de- home.
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Van Buren
and son Cecil Hill motored to On-
tadio last Saturday returning Sun
Mr. and Mrs. Bert Lawrence of
By MISS NO RM A STO UT
Ontario are at the parental W. R.
Lofton home where they are helping
with the work this Winter.
Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Schmidt and
Gordon Dickson and Bruce L o ft
on are clearing the roads of snow
zz: he A. G, Schultz home Thursday from the Dickson ranch to the Locey
ranch. The wind storm of last Mon
W. S. Adams was a dinner guest day filling them as full of snow
EE t the Lloyd Caldwell home Monday. drifts as they were before.
Thelma Rogers and Grace Gootng
The Eldorado Grange
ttended the basketball game be- composed of Mrs. Earl Lofton and
sons. Wayne and Richard and John
Mol than played for a masquerade
John Matzen left Friday fcr Seat- dance at Hereford last Saturday
le. Wash., where he plans to find night.
Vernon Lawrence of Ontario high
Two cars of onions were run ci:t at school was a week end guest at the
= he Apple Valley Packing house home of his grand parents Mr. and
'hursday and Friday.
Mrs. W R. Lofton.
Arthur Beam put up ice last week
o ff the reservoir at the Mervln Dun
can ranch. I t was excellent Ice, being
about 18 Inches In thickness. Coy
wishes to express Wise helped him.
Srenes and Persons in tlie Current News
IR O N S ID E N E W S
APPLE V A L L E Y
Arthur Johnson attended the Red
A D R IA N N E W S
By MRS. C L A R K ENOS
M r.. Cedric Caldwell. Mrs. Lloyd
Mrs. Jim Nelson and daughter
laid well, and
Mrs. Glen Johnson
P nt Wednesday in Nampa visiting Betty of Nampa spent Friday visit
ing Mrs. Nelson's mother. Mrs. Am
anda Ashcraft who has been very
M i. ad Mrs. Sharpe spent the lat- 1U.
Mr. and Mrs. Roy F. Perry have
lorland home. Mrs. Norland is a arrived from their farm home in
Van Nuys. Calif., to their new ranch
ilece of Mrs. Sharpe.
Mr. and Mrs. Lee Schrader and home on Adrian Bench.
Mr. and Mrs. Ted Newton and
aughter and Mr. and Mrs. Harold
Ichrader spent Monday visiting at family spent Sunday In the Ed New
he Henry Schrader home in Nampa ton home on Oregon Slope.
Mrs. Reuben Henshaw Newton returned home with them
nd children visited Sunday after- for a few days visit.
Mr. and Mrs. Mitchell F. Gaviola
ioon nt the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Sunday afternoon In the
Mrs. McIntyre's two brothers, one home of Mrs. Gavlola's grandparents
other from Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Rose of Payette.
Mr. and Mrs. Gerrit M untjewerff ac
birthday greetings to Mr. Rose, who
was very was seventy-one that day.
Mrs. Mary Mlckes is visiting her
lensantly surprised to receive mai
ainty gifts. The occasion was her sister. Mrs. Bill Olson and family.
Mrs. Ted Newton and children ac
irthday. Mrs. Dnlley has been very
companied Mrs. Gerritt M untjewerff
to Payette Friday to call on the Rob
delivered ert Belknaps.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Hatch called
Mrs. Donald Toyne of on Mr. and Mrs Ted Newton Thurs
or a visit day evening.
Donna Ashcraft. Ethel and Leo
Farnworth, Oliver Freel and Vir
M r and Mrs. J. I. Boston made a ginia Mae Jarvis enjoyed a weiner
roast at Brown Butte Sunday and
later played card games at the
Mr. McCurray and Mrs. McCullum
lsited at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
tnkston in Roswell Sunday.
M i. and Mrs. Earl Larson and
Payette called Sunday
fternoon at the home of Mr. and
I irs. Emil Vertrees.
Mrs. Cecil Scott and Wanda call-
f M l » j i u j M c h o c V s nut*i*»iA5 p jt c o »
1—Flood reliet committee appointed by President Roosevelt. Photograph shows, left to right, (seated)
,eu Malin Craig, Robert Fechner, Harry L Hopkins; and standing Admiral William D. Leahy, Rear Ad-
, , 1 1 ¡,1 Russel P. Weasche and Admiral Cary T Grayson. 2—Lieut. Commander William M. McDade of the
S Navy who commanded the recent mass flight of 12 navy planes from San Diego, Calif., to Honolulu.
Chancellor Adolf Hitler of Germany, who recently repudiated Germany's admission of war guilt which fol
lowed tlie armistice.
J. E. Holly was a Vale busines:
MRS. F R A N K B YERS
Gene Seybold was a Nyssa cal’.er
Saturday on business.
Mrs. F. G. Holmes and Mrs. J. X.
The J. E. Holly and Dan Holly
iwen gave a farewell party for Mrs
families were Sunday dinner gucsl
Mae Flemming last
o f Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Miller
icon. In a Valentine game Mrs. F.
family in Big Bend.
R. C. Enos and Frank Blcandi C. Fry won first prize, Mrs. Flem
transacted business in Boise. W ed
LaVone Hinton was an overnight
guest of Virginia Mae Jarvis Sun
Mr. and Mrs. Lou Eachus of the
Adrian Bench are the proud parents
of a son.
OREGON T R A IL SCHOOL
PIE SO CIAL SUCCESS
The school pie social for the Ore
gon Trail school pupils was a huge
sucecss last Friday evening at the
school heuse. The affair was given
by the teachers. Mr. and Mrs. Albert
B. Hopkins. About forty pupils at
tended. Funds will be used for 4-H
Pupils were initiated in a dark
room upon arrival which
Prize winners for various games
went to Betty Rookstoot, Escow
Atagi, Clyde Adams and James Cor
The pies were auctioned to the
pupils by Mr. Hopkins and Frank
Wi'.son paid the highest price for
Betty Chard's pie. Frank and Betty
rrc’ ived complimentary prizes.
Several parents attended.
ming second prize and Mrs. Bowen
onsolation. The rest of the after
coon was spent visiting
freshment served at the close. Mrs
Flemming left Saturday for Wash
ington to visit her daughter.
The school enjoyed the Valentine
boxes Friday afternoon. Several par
ents and a number of small child-
en of the community attended. Mrs.
Hopkins gave the children in her
room a lovely Valentine treat.
Between fifty and sixty people at
tended the lecture and slides at the
schocl house last Saturday after
F. G. Holmes and Bob made a
business trip to Ontario Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Bcwcn and
fam ily were Sunday afternoon call
ers at the Frank Byers home.
Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Holmes visited
at the Bill T ell home in Fruition l
Mrs. Wm. D cG rofft and Mrs. F.
G. Holmes were shopping In Ontari 1
The Oregon Trail P T. A. will
meet Friday eveing. Founder's Dev
will be observed by a special pro
gram. Refreshments will be served
and a silver offering taken. Tlie pub
lic is invited to attend.
Mr. and Mrs. R. W Holmes an 1
chi’dren visited at the F. S. Byer
home Sunday evening.
W heat shipments from Argentina
prices. T op grades of milling wheat
which once reached $1.37 are now
around $1.14 and local Oregon wheal
which once climbed to $1.19 Is now
Welding Is P E R M A N E N T . . .
W e have a welding service much used my farm
ers, contractors, truckers, and others .. . and be
fore you discard broken machinery, try a weld
Save Money and Get A Good Job by
Located in Hoxie Garage Bldg, on Main St.
H o ld E v e r y t h in g . . .
Everyone is offering you
$20.00 to $25.00 for youi
o 1 d range.
will give you more Value
for the Dollar invested
than any other range on
YOUR I N VEN TIONS
procedure m Je»jd » e n t/u p n reluct*
No o b l a t i o n ' W r . * C
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students from this com-
•« c o u n o ln ^
ton should be ot »jlu c »0
C. A. S N O W * CO.
Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Vertrees visited
S N O W BUI LDI NG
WA S HI NGT ON
If You Do Not See The N EW
M O N A R C H ELECTRIC RANGE
You Will Be The Loser
Jack Van Landtngham has
You deal only with the PETERSON FURNITURE CO. We cany our
T H E G A TE C IT Y
When In Ontario . . .
Eat at the Argonaut
Term» Within Reason
It’s the place with the good food and courteous
treatment. , .
A R G O N A U T CAFE
own paper. YOU DEAL W ITH US NOT W ITH
* * >
Chas. Clement, Prop.
Peterson Furniture Co.