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4-H Club Members To Leave
June 6 For Summer School
NYSSA GATE CITY JOURNAL, THURSDAY. MAY 27, 1937
The boys and girls of the 4-H wwk.
LOWER BIG BEND
cluba want to thank the people of Mr and Mr* R. L, Aldredge who MISS FLORENCE RUSSELL
the community for their loyal sup- hav* been guests of the Bradleys,
left Saturday to visit relatives'in
tie Thomason for the lovely quilt Mr. and Mrs. Pete Wilson have
she donated. The proceeds from'the as their guests her parents, Mr. and
will be used to send cne mem Mrs. George Reed and children of
Malheur County 4-H Leaders’ quilt
Sunday, June 6th will be a gala The
ber from the pheasant club to 4-H Greeley, Colorado. While here the
day for some 35 Malheur County
club summer school.
Reeds will visit other children in
4-H Club members and local lead ers to this section and the Kingman
ers as this Is the day when they Kolcny 4-H Clubs are providing a
Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Knowles re
entrain for the 1937 session of the scholarship for one of their local
O W YH EE
cently of Campe. Colorado, are
annual 4-H Club Summer School at leaders.
visiting their son A. T. Knowles and
Although most of the delegation
family, while looking for a perm
Summer School this year will be from this county will consist of A large crowd attended the com anent
from June 7th to 18th inclusive, scholarship winners, there will be a munity picnic held at the school- Glenn location
left Priday on a
which is immediately following few who will be paying their own j house Friday. In the morning the combined McGinnis
business and pleasure
the regular college session. Practic way to this session. The cost for the picnickers enjoyed watching a trip to Denver.
ally all of the club members and two weeks at Corvallis is twelve dol baseball game between Owyhee and
leaders attending this year recip lars for tuition, board and room, Oregon Trail, which ended in a tie. Mrs. Wm. Peutz and son Werner
ients of scholarships provided by which takes care of all the neces After a plentiful lunch, two base returned last Wednesday from a
various organizations over the sary expenses. The railroad com ball teams were organized; married trip to the coast.
county, Annex P.T.A. is sending 1 pany offers a special round trip women vs. grade school girls and In the absence of Mrs. Klingback
member; Oregon Slope Grange, 1 fare of seven dollars and sixty high school boys vs grade school who attended Baccalaureate ser
member: Boulevard Grange, 1 cents, making the total cost to the boys. Music by two talented boys, vices in Nyssa, Mrs. Ed Corfield had
member ; Vale Grange, 2 members; club member $19.60 for the two Tom Simpson and Russell Patton, charge of Epworth League, Sunday
Grove 4-H Clubs, 1 member; Ore weeks session.
who each played and sang several evening. After league Mr. Coulter
gon Trail P.T.A., 3 members; Owy Any regularly enrolled 4-H Club old time songs, ended a pleasant preached a short sermon.
hee P.T.A., 2 members; Wade P.T. member is eligible to attend the and enjoyable day.
Mr. and Mrs. Jake Kollen and
A. 1 member; Jordan Valley P.T.A. summer school.
Mrs. Elmer Clonlnger visited at the
3 members; Kingman Kolony 4-H
working for» Mr. and Mrs. Albert Tom Lowe home last week to dis
Clubs, 2 members; and the Oregon
Hopkins of Oregon Trail returned cuss the formation of an Auxiliary
Trail Pheasant Club, 1 member
to the Nyssa Veterans of Foreign
to her home Saturday.
The Ontario Branch of the U. S.
National Bank is giving a scholar
Theo Rust is irrigating new seed
ship to the outstanding club boy or
Knowles and family Sunday. ing of wheat for Mr. Mettlen in ex
Baby Beef work last year and the Friday, May 21st was a big day T. Mrs.
R. Simpson and sons and change for tractor work done this
Eastern Oregon Observer Is giving at Oregon Trail. The annual com Charles O. Landreth
were Boise visit spring.
a scholarship to the winner in the munity picnic in the morning was ors Tuesday.
Mrs. Tom Lowe sprained her
News Writing contest. The Ontario well attended. In the afternoon the Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Chadwell of wrist
arm last week but is
Commercial Club is providing four May PTA meeting was held fol Emmett spent Sunday with his much and
summer school scholarships as is lowed by a program.
Mrs. Omar Hite and family. Mrs. Ralph Gee, who has been
the Malheur County Pair Board. The 4-H club quilt which was sister
A. Matlock and family spent helping her sister-in-law Mrs. R. L.
raffled off was won by Mrs. Bob last C. week
has returned to her home
Mcrfitt. Frank Wilson and Dewey Boise. end visiting relatives at Kendall,
at the Reece ranch.
Thomason ran a close race in sell L. B. Landreth is drilling a well Tom Lowe has built two bridge;
ing tickets with Dewey winning by for Pete Wilson.
across the canal leading from the
C H IC K S
a small lead. Both boys were W. A. Mettlen and daughter Faye high line canal and it is no longei
awarded cash prizes. In the 4-H were business visitors in Vale, Tues necessary to travel the canal road
apron drive the boys clubs beat the day.
to get to the Lowe’s It Is possible
G RO W
girls club. Three scholarships were Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Brewer visit now to turn south past Tertellng's
awarded by the Oregon Trail PTA ed her daughter Mrs. Ernest Barker camp and go around Mitchell
to the 4-H club members to 4-H
club summer school. Those winning and Mr. family
scholarships were, Boys Calf club, two children of Clarkston Wash.,
Vance Smith; Girls Stick and visited at the Charles Bradley home OWYHEE TIES GRADE
club, Madonna Kressly; and from Monday to Thursday. They
When they are fed our spec Stitch
Jelly Cooks club, Mary June Rook- took
ially prepared and blended stool.
A very enjoyable day was them to spend the summer at Lew
growing feeds. Get your
by those attending.
Mrs. Schei was formerly Leah The Owyhee grade school base
chickens laying sooner by de reported
Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Holmes were iston.
ball team played a 13 to 13 tie game
veloping them with special Sunday
dinner guests at the par Mrs. O. R. Simpson and two sons Friday with the undefeated Ore
feed. Ask us for details.
ental Bill Toll home in Fruitland. are leaving next week to join her gon Trail champions as part of a
The baseball team went to Owyhee
picnic held at Owyhee on the last
in Santa Monica Calif. day
Friday morning to play ball. The husband
of school for both districts. The
score was tied 13 to 13.
game was called due to the latenes;
Graduating exercises for the 8th
the hour and only after the pic
Mrs. Claude Wilson will live in of
;rade graduates from Owyhee, Ad and
nic had been delayed for nearly an
rian, Wade and Oregon Trail will Mesdames Charles Culbertson hour awaiting the outcome of the
ie held Fr.day evening, May 28th and Fred Klingback were Joint game.
The two teams were evenly
“The Fanner's own Co-Op"
of the OKK club at the matched,
A number from this community hostesses
with Oregon Trail having
the play "Prize Pigs" In pregram was filled in small books one very bad inning in which Owy
Nyssa Friday evening.
hee scored 11 runs. In the first
by the guests delicious refreshments game
the two schools,
were served. Four new members. Oregon between
Trail won by a margin of
joined the club.
Mrs. E. H. Barker and family at only
was a large crowd from
tended a weiner roast at her broth both schools
enjoy the hotly
ers in Ontario Monday evening. contested but to sportsmanlike
The high wind of last Tuesday
turned the chicken house belong
Rats 22 Inches Long
ing to L. B. Landreth upside down.
Mr. and Mrs. Ross Osborn and The West Indian hog rat Is known
and the best known of
family recently of Kim, Colorado as “hutia" lives
in Cuba and grows
were Sunday afternoon callers at to the a species
length from tip to tail of 22
ROLLATOR REFRIGERATION CONCENTRATOR RANGES the Chas. Culbertson home.
Prayer meeting was held last inches.
at the H. S. Marvin
home and this week at the James
9 Q lex M e
YOUR CHOICE OP
Mrs. Neil Dimmick has been sick
Instantly Changed— Exclusively Norge COLORS, FEATURES, MODELS this week. Mrs. Brooks of Nyssa is
helping in the Dimmick home a few
The car caravan which drove
Be sure of getting biggest value for every dollar you invest thru
Nyssa last Friday waited at
in home appliances. Come in and see what Norge has to
he high school while Francis .Huff-
offer in refrigerators, ranges. Find out how eaay it ia to i man, who is one of the drivers,
visited a few minutes with his sis
buy both at once and have a
ter Hazel. The caravan is com
truly modern kitchen.
posed of eight men; they bring 17
cars from Racine, Wisconsin to
Portland, Oregon every ten days.
Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Smith return
ed Saturday from an extended stay
In Texas. Mr. Coulter plans to hold
RO LLATOR* C O M P R ESSO R ..
a preaching service this Sunday
with but three moving
May 27 after Sunday school. Every- This little bird told us about
ports, mokes more coU
I one is urged to come.
that suit of yours hanging in
for the current
Mrs. Chet Morfitt and sons Cal the closet, and needing clean
u se d . O n l y
vin and Raymond and mother Mrs. ing badly . . . Don’t delay,
Norge hos the
Marlon Smith left Saturday for bring it to your cleaners.
Beulah Oregon where the Morfitts
will visit Mrs. Smith and other rel
atives in that vicinity this summer.
Mr. and Mrs Carl Jungquist and
two sons are spending this week
at the parental Silas Bigelow home
before moving to Ontario. Mr
Don Morgan, Prop.
Jungquist was transferred from
Wilder to Ontario. Monday of this
Tony Ocamica returned home
from Cambridge. Idaho this week
where he has been herding sheep.
The shower given at the school
house last Wednesday afternoon for
the Pond family was successful in
replacing many articles lost in their
fire a week ago.
Mr. and Mrs. Joe King attended
the wedding of Miss Anna Hender
son of Emmett to Elmer Sparks of
Big Bend Sunday, May 23. Miss
Henderson is well known here hav
ing taught school two years In the
Lower Bend and both have a host
of friends to wish them happiness
Elmer Sparks Is the son of Mrs.
Ellen Sparks of Big Bend and is
well known here.
The first regular meeting of the
Park board was held May 23 at the
home of Horace Chaney. Harry
Russell was elected president; Er
nest Parker, vice president and Lois
Snapp secretary and treasurer.
The other members of the board
are Ernest Mausling, Clint Allen
and Otis Sweigert.
The joint graduation exercises
are to be held In Kingman Kolony
Priday, May 28 at 8:30 o’clock.
Those graduating from Lower Big
Bend are Edna Wilson, Florence
Russell and Edward Hay.
Mr. Lawrence Jones, was taken to
a Baker hospital by his son Harry
Symon Carrol and J. W. Scott
were In Nyssa on business Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Abbl attended
Safe - Sure - Practical
For FREE Demonstration
Route 2, Payette, Idaho
church In Vale Sunday. Later they
were dinner guests of friends there.
Miss Lois Francis visited with her
parents a few days last week. She
has employment In Boise.
Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Chaney and
family of Parma. Mr. and Mrs.
Horace Chaney and family were
dinner guests Sunday at the J. R
Mr. and Mrs. Roy F. Perry of Los
Angeles were callers at the Harry
Russell home Monday. The Perry's
have a homestead near Adrian and
will make their home there.
Mrs. M. A. Bradney Is visiting her
daughter Mrs. Oce Schwelzer and
family on the Owyhee.
Mr. and Mrs. M. K. Johannessen
and children were In Ontario on
business the first part of the week.
Elmer Wilson visited his parents
Mr. and Mrs. Zeb Wilson Wednes
The Sew and Sew Club met at the
heme of Mrs. Johannessen Thurs
OREGON TO BE REPRESENTED
AT W.C-T,U, ÇONVÇNTIQ.Y
Oregon will be represented at the
16th Triennial World s W. C. T. U.
convention at Washington D. C. on
June 4th to 9th by the state presi
dent. Mrs. Necla E. Buck and the
vice president, Mrs. Ruth Tooze.
Much publicity is being given to
this convention, Which links 53
countries together in their common
CARD OF THANKS
We wish to thank our friends and
neighbors In Nyssa for their kind
ness at the loss of our mother. We
especially want to thank those who
assisted in the services, brought
flowers and furnished cars; and
also for the many kind words of
sympathy and understanding.
THE POWELL FAMILY
Why a Car Needs
Here are some things to think about while
lubricating an automobile. The figures were
taken from the publication “The Delaware Mot
orist,” and show that, when an automobile has
traveled 1000 miles, its moving parts have per
formed about like this:
The crankshaft has made 3,000,000 revolu
The camshaft has revolved 1,500,000 times.
Each valve has opened and closed 1,500,000
Have Your Car Serviced Regularly At
A Told Bird
Are You C H O IC Y
If you like really good meat and don’t want any
other, then depend on our shop for all that you
buy Our meat is always the very choicest in
quality and the prices are in line with economy.
Try the Meat Market Fir»t
Eder Hardware Co.
NYSSA PACKING CO.
Cheap Electricity and
AN ELEC TR IC RAN G E
Point the W ay to a Man s Heart
• It's "through the stomach," of
course, as the old saying so aptly
puts it. And there's no surer aid
than electric cooking. The per
fect heat controls and exact cook
ing temperatures take out all the
guesswork and prevent failures.
Rich juices and flavors are retain
ed perfectly. And with electric
rates among the nation's lowest,
no wonder nearly half the house
wives in our territory cook elec
your Elecrical Servant, who
Ho#« tho cooking tor 4 7 %
ot our cuatomor«' homo«.