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NYSSA GATE CITY JOURNAL. THURS,, FEBRUi
qüestlcúi Which were readily l>- plain
daughters; Miss Rettle and Miss Mac
Donald made up cne of the few
Nyi ,a parties who went to see the
Russian Ballet Russe. Mis; Denny
'*w'„ '.Æ -
c f Caldwell was a member of the
party also. They reported it highly
interesting and spectacular.
And here comes Miss Annie Louise
Mrs. William D eG rofft and Albert
Mrs. Young is : instituting for the Who usually says. Move over please
B. Hopkins were grand prize win
next two weeks for Mrs. Haworth. And here we see Russell and Clayton
ners at the close of the series of card
Mrs. Haworth is suffering from i
Who will make a new job for satan. parties last Thursday evening spon
sored by the Oregon Trail Grange
The Physics : tudents are r'udvi : It is Margaret ai d Hem y we see The Grange presented the winner?
with large, beautiful
with different types of cells and Norman says, please sit here, my cakes. Consolation prizes went to
simple telegraphic systen s. From
Mrs. Russell CorneU and Jame
the looks of some grades on the last Here comes the bte bunch from the Cornell. Despite the bad weather, c
test, a few people need to be electri
good crowd attended the parties.
High prizes for last Thursda;
Now for Miss Haroldson, whom we
Ruth Fanary was the hostess for
evening’s party went to Miss MUd-
a group of friends at the home of She will take most any seat she can. red Cornell and Albert B. Hopkins.
Mrs. Earn Caldwell Sunday evening. Here is Wiliard, poor boy!
The Oregon Trail Grange will pre
The lovely decorations w.re carried Who masters Ins studies with Joy.
sent in the near future the three act
out in keeping with St. Valentines
play “ Aunt Emma Sees It Through."
'M ost cf the evening wa The last stop at Bcssies will be
The play will be directed by Albe:
spent playing "Cootie”
B. Hopkins, lecturer of the Grange
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prize going to Bonnie Matlock and
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low to Luella Leuck.
TO W NSEND CLUB NOTES
The girls have been practicing for
Heads "Old Faithful" down the lane
the tumbling exhibition which will
be held some time next month. So At the “ House of M isery" we arrive
far no definite date has been set.
Members of th » Townsend clui
And out of the bus we make a high
met at the H. D. Holmes home las.
Mickey Hite has returned to school
Reaching our lockers, we grab books week for their regular business
after a long absence.
meeting. A lively discussion insued
as we pass
Mrs. Rosebraugh joined her hus
Majestic Mt. Rainier, looking across Paradise Valley. A storm band here Friday. February 5. She is After many detours, we scamper to as how to prove the eligibility of per
sons ready to receive their annuity
has just passed, leaving its blanket o f white on trees, a vivid con an accomplished musician from For
of $200 monthly . Several methods
trast to the fast approaching evening shadows. (P h oto courtesy Shell est Grove. The Rosebraughs are now-
living in the Swan Apartments. Mr
Rosebraugh is teaching in the high
school. He is starting an orchestra
for the school and has fourteen pri
By N O RA WISE
Don McCoy of Canby, Oregon has
was called to Boise
enrolled in the Junior class of Nyssa
last week by the accident of his son
Stanley, who was quite badly injur
“ S A FE T Y F IR S T ”—
Vale, Nyssa and Ontario from M al
ed while sleigh riding. Mr. and Mrs.
W e wonder whom to blame. All
Henry Masonholder took him over
WE WONDER W H Y —
people driving cars naturally think
and returned home Thursday.
Gerald Slippy is wearing his own
the school children have no business The winner will represent District
has been reported that both his legs
on the road, which they haven't, and No. 1, "class A ’ at the state tourna ring.
and several other bones were brok
Jackson took a ladder when he
should be made to use the side ment to be held in Salem. Hugh
walks. Don't blame the school child
Norman, Jack, J. R. and Clyde
ren, blame the property owners who of La Grande and Leo D. Hollenberg Romeo Hinemoa lives in a one story
Nichols spent Saturday at the Guy
are supposed to see that all sidewalks of Nyssa will have charge of the house.
Frank Pierson with lipstick on his Wise home.
are cleared. Place yourself in any tournament. Officials will be Hugh
The snow shoveling crew left lor
school child’s place and see where Coleman, manager, Verla Magaum shirt front.
Miss Macdonald simply can’t for their homes Sunday. Some of the
your feet would carry you. They and Don MacPike of Portland, ref
get History assignment—Those poor men were from Ontario.
wouldn’t be able tb carry you on the erees.
The board has made arrangements Juniors.
A rain and Chinook wind struck
slick, ice covered sidewalks, so they
All kids are walking now instead this section of the country Friday
have to seek the dry highway in to hold a meeting in which the draw
ing for places at the tournament of borrowing the father’s car.
and lasted lor about two days and
order to keep their balance.
will be held on February 20, 1937 at
Cars are not made to haul more night taking most of the snow off
Doctors agree that only In
than eleven and have non-flattable and leaving the ground quite muddy.
milk can be found cer
This storm was followed up with
tain energizing elements
about one inch of snow Sunday
B A S K E T B A LL TO U R N A M E N T—
which are essential to the
The Eastern Oregon basketball
THOM PSON’S BUS ROUTE—
OF E L E C T R IC IT Y —
tournament will be held in Baker on
in every walks of life.
March 2, 3, 4, 5, and 6th. All games
A most interesting and instructive I f you’re on the street about seven brother Andrew Greeley's home
Drink a quart each day!
will be played at night.
lecture and demonstration on elec
You’ll see our bus start out in a
A crew of six men were brought
T h e teams competing in the tour
nament will be Baker from Baker enjoyed Monday night in the school
out and started work on the large
snow drifts between Jordan Valley
coimty: La Grande and Union from gymnasium by all those who attend
Each morning without a doubt.
Union county; Joseph and Enter ed. It was mostly appreciated by the
and Rockville Tuesday.
prise from Wallowa county; and Physics class as it was in line with At Crocker's will be the first stop
Fred Brothers called
George Greeley home Wednesday.
Aud the best seats they will cop.
It was demonstrated by Professor Now comes Mickey on the hop.
Mrs. Verla Green and Mrs. Essie
Nichols made a trip to the post o f
■ \ Lewis Haskins assisted by his tech In the front seat she will drop.
Next we see a tousled head.
Roy Strode and A1 Sheridan called
The demonstrations were all the
Oh, its Leola’s crown of red.
at the Guy Wise home Tuesday.
high lights from “ Century of Pro
Now its' Douglas we see.
The Leaks were Rockville callers
gress:” Photo burglar alarm, nar
Who is that with them—who can it from the Bend Tuesday.
row casting. light you can hear,
Mrs. Bud Mattingly is again bet
sound you can see, electrical echo,
ter after several days illness.
invented speech, battling molecules, Oh! it’s our friends. Bobbie Rice,
Ross Strode is visiting in Nampa
thundering heart beats, stroboscope, Girls, be sure to treat him nice.
electrical eye. and many others.
Now it’s the Kllngbacks and Dor for a few days.
Mr. and Mrs. Otis Nichols
A fter the lecture many of the
three daughters made a trip to Ad
students gathered around the elec I f they don’t make it, we’ll boo hoo.
trical wonders and asked numerous
Who is it now? Juanita and Pink
The Ladies Aid met at the home
And C O U N S E LO R -A T-LA W
First National Bank Building
V A LE
High School News
of Kirs Guy Wts« Saturday afttr-
Who usually save* a seat, we think
Now here com» the two VSi Viol* ttbon, D. ncAn Mck.en. ie Arid Bud
j Mattingly and Heitry Masonholdei
Who board the bus In a big whirl. ; called later in thé »venlng to take
! the ladies home as à hard rain came
Back down the road waits Betty, too ! up during the afternoon.
I f she doesn t get on, then we'il be
Heie comes Walter and Doris with a GRANGE CARD SERIES
skip and bound
CLOSED THRURSDAY N IGHT
We know a seat for them will sure
ly be found.
Because of th« MVer* snow storms
the Convention at Pendleton Iv.
been postponed until February 20th
The ideal delegate chosen to attenu
is our President, Wm. DCGross.
Plans for a big evening’s enter
tainment soon are underway and
progressing nicely. All members arc
urged to attend the meetings ant.
Thursday, February 25, the meet
ing will again be held at the H. D.
Holmes residence. L e t’s have r
hundred per cent attendance.
Using only the best materials
and fully equipped.
At Nyssa Electric Co.
Next to Bakery
—By Townsend reporter.
Mora fer your money
than ever before. More
tra v e l
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g e n u in e restful enjoy
Just board a fast, cir-couiiticned Union Pacific train
bound for California, the Pacific Northwest or the
Be comfortable — be safe — be economical.
and on the C flíl£ íe il
. . . the deluxe Coach-Pullman Tourist
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and Chicago are these additional fea
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Enjoy these many advantages at the
lowest regular fares in railroad history.
For the Milk Purer
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Liberal stopover privileges. A d d an extra
thrill to your trip lo California by seeing
Boulder Dam and Lake M ead enroute.
Train No. 42 makes dixoct connections in Salt Lake with “ Tho Challongov**
For further information
consult Local Agent
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J. S. COOPER
Income Ac Social Security Tax
D o T h is
F o r a
C o ld
1 Take 2 Bayer
with a full g ià » of
water at first sign
of a cold.
Moore Hotel Bldg.
At the Sale Yard in
O fficial Time Inspector for
“ See MeFall and See Better”
Located just East of Railroad Track
I f th roa t is
•or« atoo, f* r-
g|e twice with
3 B u y e r t a b le t a
dJaaoiTcd ie H «!■ ■
Quick Relief with
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rhe modem way to ease a cold is
____ Two Bayer Aspirin tablets the
moment you feel a cold coming on.
, . if necessary,
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you alao have a sore throat due to
the cold, dissolve 3 Bayer tablets in
U glass of water and gargle with this
twice. The Bayer Aspirin you take
internally will act to combat fever.
pains which usually accompany
a cold. The gargle will provide almost
UMtant relief from soreneaz and raw-
of your throat Your doctor, we
fed sure, will approve this modern
by the « « — "a « n > n n " alone.
DR. J. A. McFALL
O N TAR IO
WILL BE HELD
Saturday, Feb. 27
Poultry, Livestock, Machineiy, Tools, Furniture,
Produce— all will be sold. If you have some
thing you can’t use— let us sell it.
Nyssa Sale Yard
McGinnis & Fox, Managers
Co. Bert Anderson, Auctioneer
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