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NYSSA GATE CITY JOURNAL, THURS., FEBRUARY 18,1937
Workmen Toil Against Time and Father of Water«
Aliens Not Allowed To
& V £ TOUR HOME TAPER
T V ' FIRST CFAUCE TO
PuBUSU M A '
KUOW -* U téR E ¿OVAL TO
There was corvitematlcn aplenty
the other day when reports from
Salem said that Harry Bridges, the
Australian and district head of the
Pacific coast longshoremen, might
te Invited to address a Joint session
¡f the Oregon legislature. Inquiry
(he following day revealed that the
uove had been promtly squelched,
but that it had originated by some
f the legislators whom C. C. Chap-
nan, editor of the Oregon Voter,
lasclfled as "extreme leftists." What
hesc leftists dldnt know is that it
; unlawful for an alien to address
my American parliament.
>O U 'V O U R T O IV /V *
b b io y a l
L a w » M u at B e J u s t
L i f e H a t Ita P U a a u r a a
There Is no functlou of ■ healthy
life that does not yield Ita pleas
uvea, lo working and In rearing.
In sleeping and In waking. In aod-
efy and In solitude. In youth, mau-
hnnd. old age; In the play of our
muscle. In the activity of our brain;
In anticipation, In realisation. In
reminisce nee; In the view of the
urtnul and In the mind's sweep over
the unseen; In the ardor of conflict
mil to the linsli nf rnntemplatliiQ.
♦ a »
TO a s
s ' na
Correct Wedding stationery print
ed to your order at The Journal.
La«a must not only be Just, but
be recognized as Just, If the good
life Is to he lived under them.
FEBRUARY 21, 22, 23
A love-story with the sweep and
surge of “ Mutiny on the Bounty"!
Mentana Sets Limit On
Introduction of Bills
Workmen are pictured building up the Mississippi river levee at Cairo, III., in an effort to stem the r s
Ing waters. The most disastrous flood in the history of the father of waters cost hundreds of lives, rendered
more than a million people homeless and caused hundreds of dollars worth of damage.
B IG B E N D N E W S
Montana limits the number of bills
that a legislator can Introduce. Now
f they would just build a cactus
fence around the state house in Sal-
'm and follow Montana’s leader
ship, the legislative session might be
pnded in 40 days.
O d d was discovered In California
January 24, 1848.
Mrs. C. W. Rice is able to be up
Walter Call of Emmett was visit
again after several weeks of the flu.
ing friends In Nyssa Sunday.
Mrs. C. F. Fulton of Payette Is
Mr. and Mrs. Tom Nordale spent
visiting this week with her daughter Sunday with the Roy Sterling fam
Mrs. Tom Eldridge and family.
ily in Payette.
The Bernard Frost family drove to
The Eastern Stars held their reg
Payette Sunday afternoon and visit ular business meeting and practice
Monday night at the Eagles hall.
Earl Boor moved his house from
The local high school contributed
the farm occupied by the Boors to
$11 to the Red Cross fund for the
the lots he recently purchased in the
relief of the flood victims, brmging
east part of town.
the total to be collected In Nyssa up
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Carl returned to $135.
home Wednesday from a three weeks
Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Thompson
visit with relatives in Grants Pass
of Emmett were visiting relatives
and in California cities.
here Sunday. While here they ac
Mrs. Eldon Eighmy and Mrs. C. L companied the A1 Thompsons to see
McCoy attended a church party at the J. T. Long.
the home of Mrs. Paul Van Petten In
Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Fox called
Ontario last Thursday afternoon.
on Mrs. J. T. Long Sunday morning
Otto Hlnsch returned to Nyssa and presented her with a potted
Tuesday after attending the funeral plant from the Arcadia Sew and
of J. A. Aller held In Tetonia Sun Sew club.
day. Mr. Aller lost his life when a
Dr. J. J. Sarazin has been absent
gasoline Jug exploded in the Hlnsch
from his office several days this
home last Tuesday.
week on account of sickness. Dr. Oeo.
The St. Paul’s Episcopal Oulid are Davis of Parma is taking care of his
planning a St. Patricks tea to be patients.
held on March the 10th. Everyone
Mrs. John Young Is substituting
will be Invited and they are arrang
this week for Mrs. Ada Haworth In
ing a program and cards for enter
the local high school while Mrs. Ha
worth Is recovering from the flu and
T^e Chas. Paradis family spent complications.
Sunday visiting with
Mr. Frank Parr arrived Sunday
Tdaho. They called on Mrs. Paradis’s
sisters, Mrs. Owen Stoffle and Mrs. night from Deer Lodge, Montana,
Roy Zancker and their families who and joined his wife and daughter
live near Caldwell and her brother who have spent the winter at the
H-'wier Wiggins and family in Cald parental W. A. McNall home. The
Parrs plan to make their home In
Knot Hole News
----- BUILD FHA WAY------
HOWDY FOLKS: They say a
Congressman is detined as one who
faithfully represents that group of
his constituency that scares him
------BUILD FHA WAY------
Lika a lot of others, Ous was taken
down with a bad case of flu, and the
doctor prescribed some pills to be
taken at bedtime and a small glass
of whiskey after each meal.—The
last report we had was that Ous was
two day* behind with his pills, and
about a week ahead with the whis
----- BUILD FHA WAY------
The schedule now seems to be for
spring weather and about time to do
something about that new brooder
house, you’ve been thinking about.
Or If your buildings need repairing,
let us estimate your Job.
------BUILD H I A WAY------
The man who can remember the
hitching rack In front of the barber
shop looks a great deal younger with
his hat on!
----- BUILD FHA WAY------
Speeder: "I once ran Into a flock
of geese while going 80 miles an
Friend: "I’ll bet you was scared."
Speeder: "No. but I was covered
----- BUILD FHA WAY------
Lizzie Olggles says In the old days
when you went visiting on Sunday
afternoons, you knocked on the front
door to see If the family was at
home. Now you look In the garage
Misses Margaret McNulty
Maria McElroy entertained with a
Thursday evening at
their apartment. Guests were Mr.
and Mrs. Kenneth Kessler, Bob Mc
Curdy and Albert White of Vale.
Isabelle Sarazin, Virginia Miller,
Marzene Hollenberg, Edward Boy-
dell. Warren Larsen and Ted Morgan
made up a party of high school stud
ents who drove to Boise Tuesday
evening to see the show "Romeo and
Jack Matliewson and J. C. Upde-
graff were overnight guests Wednes
day at the Berwyn Burke home.
They were moving some of the John
Updergaff belongings to Vale, where
Mr. Updegraff will start work March
1 as manager of the Warm Springs
Irrigation District. He Is moving
from Wendell, Idaho.
T. B. Allen who planed to leave
last week to meet his wife in Den
ver, was forced to postpone his trip
on account of the recent storms
which blocked the roads In the east
ern part of Idaho and western Utah.
He left this Tuesday and will meet
Mrs Allen in Denver. She Is driving
from Amarllla. Texas. After attend
ing to business in Denver they will
drive back to Nyssa.
o f H e a lth
Don’ « Neglect Them I
Nature d r> i,rM the kidneys lo d o a
marvrloua |ob. Their task la to krep lha
flowing blood »Cream free ol an rareM ol
toaie fmpuHtiea. The act of living—It/«
« » * < / - la constantly producing waate
matter the kidney* must rem ove front
the blood if good health la to endure.
When the kidneye fail to function a»
Nature intended, there ie retention of
waste that may reuse body-w ide d ie
trees One may suffer nagging backache,
persistent headache, attacks of diatinew,
getting up nights, awedlng, pufltneae
under the eyes (eel tired, nervous, all
frequent, scanty or burning passages
may be further evidence of ltldney or
The recognised and proper treatment
la a diuretic aeedieme to help the kidneye
let rid o f • lea se poisonous body waete.
Jee D ees e Pill« They have had more
than forty veers of public approval Are
1 I he country over. Insist on
The Signet Ring
Early In the history of man the
ring took on great significance as
a signet emblem. The high priest#
among the Jews wore such a ring
as a badge of office and authority
Pharaoh placed Ills signet ring on
the finger of Joseph to show ail of
his subjects that lie had granted
royal authority to this translator
of dreams to administer food relief
during the great famine of Egypt
the young woman who offered to
•lose for the tired business men of
Portland. In their offices after work
A large number of grangers at hours .when a policeman walked In
tended the regular meet.ug of Big after the trap was set. Was she ever
Bend grange Tuesday evening. It badgered.
was the first meeting of the year,
owing to severe cold, drilted roads
Indiana Sacrificed Doga
and sickness, It was Impossible to get
(¡hosts o f numberless dogs haurit
out After the regular order of busi
(lie blinks of (he Shiawassee river
ness the meeting was turned Into a
near Vernon, according to the be
farewell party honoring
lief of young boys of a generation
Mrs. C, E. Peck, who are leaving the ago, writes a correspondent In the
community in the near future. The Detroit Free Press. The belief
Pecks have always been very prom arose from the fact that the Shla
inent in grange .work. Mr. Peck has wassee Indians once held a cere
been Master «everal years and Fire mony here in which every year a
Insurance agent since he left the dog was dressed In ribbons, beads
Masters chair. Mrs. Peck has also and wnmpmn and thrown Into the
held a number of offices and wa9 re river at a point where It swirled
elected treasurer for this year, an In a deep eddy. It was believed
office she has held for several years. that sacrifice of the dog assured im
In appeclation of their work, the proved hunting and fishing along
Grange presented them with a the river’s banks for the coming
beautiful lace tablecloth. A delicious year.
lunch was served at the close of the
A birthday cake,
“ O . K ." T ra ce d
lc to $1.00
baked by Mrs. Martin, In honor of
“ O. K.” has been traced back to
those who had birthdays during the the Boston Transcript of 1840,
winter months was enjoyed by all.
where It was used as some sort of
R. S. Orant was elected to serve as political opprobrium.
Its use in
We appreciate your
Fire Insurance agent and Mrs. Wm. Whig newspapers began In April of
Stradley, elected treasurer to serve that year and by August, with the
in offices vacated by Mr. and Mrs meaning of correct attached, It bad 1
crossed the Atlantic.
The Jolly Janes will meet Thurs
day afternoon, February 18 at the
home of Mrs. H. R. Hatch.
The HEC of Big Bend Grange wi’l
hold the first meeting of the year at
the home of the chairman Mrs. H.
R. Hatch. It will be an all day meet
ing, each member contributing to
MYe covered lunch.
Messrs. N. S. Phelan, Lult Stam
and Lee Johnstcn spent Thursday In
For Friday & Saturday February 19 and 20th.
Ontario at a meeting of Soil Conser
vation committee In County Agents
You can Save on your Grocery Bill Here.
office In Ontario.
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Gibson enter
tained at an attractive bridge party
at their home last Friday evening.
3 c a Ä ” ’ pi'
Valentines were used as score cards.
Three tables were in play and a de
licious lunch was served.
Mrs. R. L. Haworth and daugh
ters. with other Nyssa teachers at
tended the Russian Ballet Russe In
Boise Friday evening.
Mrs. F. C. Nightingale and Miss
Vacuum can, 1 lb.
Genevieve Van Buren of Ontario
were guests In the Brumbach home
4 lb- package
Mr. and Mrs. N. S. Phelan were
shopping In Ontario Saturday.
H. J. Sloan of Ontario and Mr
Knerl a new arrival from Nebraska
i »>• ickage
were Bend visitors Friday.
N. T. Godwin has bought the Judd
ranch in Kingman Kolony.
\ \ a 1 / i pc*
fancy, 1 lb.
Mrs N. N. Looney Is dangerously
ill, suffering from cancer.
L U im iC o
Mrs. Wm. Sweet is under a doctors
care suffering from heart trouble.
Mrs. Case Muntjewerff has been
confined to her bed the past week
with a severe attack of the flu.
Orandma Betts is also reported to
be on the sick list.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Hatch and
Mr and Mrs. E. E Parker were Cald
well visitors Tuesday.
Mrs B. Barnett spent the week end
at her home In Welser and Miss Wil
ma Colwell visited her parents at
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Hatch and
baby were guests In the Scholes
home In Payette last Wednesday.
Muss Virginia Miller accompan
ied a party of Nyssa friends to Boise
Tuesday evening to attend the play
Romeo and Juliet.
By MRS. E. II. BRURIBACII
—Gets M ulled
- Ooes Away
—Has a Party
—Has a Baby
—Has a Fire
—Has an Operation
—Has an Accident
—Buys a Home
—Wins a Prize
—Receives an Award
—Builds a House
—Makes a Speech
—Holds a Meeting
—Or Takes Part In any
Other Unusual Event
W e W ant It
The Gate City
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For Bronchitis H am burger
Coughs, Colds Tobacco an(1 VelTOt 10c
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We maintain an efficient radio repair depart
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