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NYSSA GATE CITY JOURNAL, THURSDAY, MAY 27,1937
OTTO SCHULZ GIVES
TALK TO FARMERS
The necessity of effective farm
organization was the theme of the
nrwly formed Malheur County
Farm Bureau at its meeting in On
tario, Friday. Otto Schulz, Repre
sentative of the American frarrr
Bureau Federation, explained the
n a i r.al activities of the organiza
tion and some of the things the
Farm Bureau has been able to ac
complish in many of the different
An organization of this kind, Mr.
Schulz pointed out. Is much more
effective in dealing with various
farm problems than any individual
can be, and under our present ec
onomic set-up Is essential in pro
tecting the farmers’ interests. With
farm labor organizing the land-
owners must be organized to deal
with the situation. He also brought
out that organization is necessary
if the producer hopes to have any
voice in determining prices he is
to receve for his goods.
Maintaining hay markets and
prices, orderly selling of smal'
seeds, problems of livestock produc
tion and marketing, and rural soc
ial problems are only a few of the
things in which Farm Bureau or
ganizations over the country have
been interested. The American
Farm Bureau Federation has been
active in supporting increased farm
credit and reduced interest rates.
The Malheur County Farm Bur
eau hopes to increase its member
ship so that it can be as effective
as possible in working on the var
ious farm problems. The next meet
ing will be held In Ontario on Tues
day, June 8th, and is open to all In
terested farmers and land owners.
At this meeting R. G. Larson,
County Agent will discuss the new
weed law and its application in
GO O DIES
Wo make a specialty of fur
nishing things for your par
ties . . . when everything
should be Just right.
Tell us what you have in
mind and let us show you.
Rail Research Produces New Type Lounge Car
By MRS. C. E. ELLIOTT
A baby daughter was born Sun
day to Mr. and Mrs. Price.
Daily vacation Bible school be
gins Monday, May 31, Mrs. Jones
and Miss Nickens will teach. All
children are urged to attend.
The last group meeting of 4-H
clubs was held Friday at Kingman.
The leaders held a meeting and
discussed plans for the summer.
One of the things which was
brought up was sending a leader
to 4-H club summer school at Cor
vallis. Mrs. Charles Newbill was
given first place, owing to her num
ber of years and faithful work, as
she was unable to go. Miss Joy
Crummett was selected as the al
Miss Crummetts work
ranks on an equal with Mrs. New
bill, but lacked one year of having
as much work completed.
Those who will attend from
Kingman this year are Miss Crum
mett, Eileen Slippy and Harold
Kurtz, all being sent by Kingman
4-H clubs. James Nichols and Alvon
Duvall on grand champion schol
arships; Martha Godwin, county
scholarship, Leonard Nichols a
commercial scholarship; and Mrs.
C. E. Elliott, scholarship from the
Local Leaders Council of Malheur
BOYS and GIRLS
Earn money in your
spare time and
W in A Bike
Join Ginzel’s Bike
Get particulars at
and Gift Shop
Better W ork
in all row crops
By MRS ISABELLE LEE
Miss Helen Stults who spent the
winter in Portland with her sister
Mrs. Glenn Lyons returned home
last week. Mr. and Mrs. Lyon and
son accompanied her and spent a
few days visiting at the Stults
Mr. and Mrs. John Conway and
son and Mrs. Emma Wall and her
mother Mrs. Clarke drove to La
Grande Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Con
way returned Tuesday. Mrs. Wall
and Mrs. Clarke will visit relatives
in La Grade for a month.
Mr. and »trs. Boyd E. Blakely
and children left for their home
in Fairfield. Washington.
A p p e a l« to l l n l i r e S'unaiiy
Blakely has just completed his sixth
year as principal of the Jordan
G randm a, grandpa, baby and dolly all enjoy
the new com forts on the lounge cars which the
Valley grade school.
Union Pacific has installed for sleeping car pas
A marriage of interest to Jordan
sengers on the fam ous “ C hallenger” low-cost
folks cccured in Boise May 16 when
train s. Unusual size of the ca r, restful lighting
Miss Olive Maher of Boise, daugh
and m odernistic decoration all are the result of
extensive experim ents and research b., the Union
ter of Mr .and Mrs. Ed Maher of
Pacific. Note the four special sections for card
Jordan Valley and Paris Harrison
gam es and the com fortable chairs and lounges of
if Spokane, son of Mrs. Etta Har
varied size.. Such ca rs with novel com forts and
rison of Emmett exchanged mar
conveniences also will be reg u lar features of the
riage vows at St. Johns rectory.
new “ C hallenger” train s which go into service
Reverend R. C. Bowman preformed
between Chicago and Pacific coast points soon.
the ceremony. The bride wore a
navy blue suit. She was attended
County of which she Is president. ALBERT HOPKINS RESIGNS
by her sister Miss Olive Maher and
Following the leaders meeting
the bridegroom was attended by
AT OREGON TRAIL AND
Friday, the afternoon was given to
WILL ATTEND SCHOOL Klrkby Rutledge. Mrs. Harrison
demonstration as follows: Rose and
was also present at the ceremony.
Flower Garden, Margaret Winters
Mr. and Mrs. Harrison will make
and Pauline Gowey on flower ar
Albert Hopkins resigned as prin
rangements; 1st division cookery, cipal of the Oregon Trail school
Helen Hibbard and Nadeen Wilson, this week at the conclusion of his
CORNS, WARTS and
a school lunch; 2nd division cookery 7th year at the school. He plans to
La Vene Glassock and Maxine continue his education leadin r
Smith, a salad. Third year cookery toward a degree and plans to a t
table setting by Ethel Farnsworth tend either the College of Idaho or
By using SPAULDING CORN
and Virginia Mae Jarvis. First year Oregon State College.
sewing, stenciling by Nadeen Wilson
and Nadine Nichols. Second year
sewing, selecting hose, by Wilma ing at Oregon Trail while her hus
827 Hoyt St., Muskegon
Gowey and Helen Duvall. Home- band attends school, the board
making demonstration on Hew to awarding her a two year contract.
make a Bed, by Emily Otis and She has taught at Oregon Trail for
A proven success to them
Donna Ashcraft. After the demon the past five years.
who have used it.
strations, Mr. Hpuser gave a talk
Buy from our advertisers.
centered on plans for the fair and
demonstration. Miss Nelson took
charge of recreation and games
The Case family have moved to
their new home one-fourth mile
south of the J. G. Lane home.
Miss Libby Ann Jones who teacj>-
cs in Nyssa was an overnight guest
of Miss Joy Crummett Saturday
their home in Boise during the S. Sentaor was a speaker at the
summer, leaving later to live in stockmen meeting held Saturday.
A large crowd was in attendance.
Mr. and Mrs. John Conway and
sen and Mrs. A. L. Lee spent Fri
Let a Classified ad sell It.
day in Boise.
Mr. and Mrs. Will Johnson of
Caldwell spent the week end in
Mrs. Charles Loveland, Mrs. W
J. Shea and daughter Christine
Expense” . . . when
spent Friday in Caldwell.
You Build . . .
Stockmen are rejoicing because
of the heavy rains last Tuesday.
Miss Mary Ewing who taught
Plumbing and heating sys
in the grade school left for her
tems are often the cause of
home in western Oregon last Wed
needless expense in home
maintenance. Avoid this when
Mrs. Kathryn Claypool, county
you build. Insist on careful
school superintendent and
Hauser, county club leader, were in
work and tested supplies.
Jordan Saturday evening en route
to Arock to attend 4-H club
Mrs. W. J. Shea and son left for
GEO. J. KINZER
Boise Monday evening.
Mr. and Mrsj Ed. Maher and fam
ily visited In Boise ever the week
Mr. Robert Stanfield, former, U.
Get the Car Ready
for a Sunday Trip
How about an
CAR W ASH
BRING YOUR CAR
OR WE WILL CALL AND
Powell Service Station
LIENKAEMPER & LEUCK, Props.
By MRS. ED DUPRE
Mrs. Ed DuPre and daughter
Thelma were guests at a birthday
party given by Mrs. Charles Gar
rison in honor of her granddaugh
ter, Jo Ann Garrisons 3rd birthday.
The party was held at the Garrison
home in Nyssa. Dainty refreshments
of ice cream and cake and punch
were served. Tiny Fenton of On
tario was also a guest.
The school picnic was attended
by a large crowd. After a big dinner
and lot of ice cream furnished by
the school board, a baseball game
was enjoyed between the men and
boys the men being the winners 18
Our teachers for the coming
term will be Harvey Denem suc
ceeding Walter Marshall who goes
to Valley View and Katherine Neil-
on- for the lower grades.
Miss Alveria Horner has return
'd to her home above Vale.
The Lincoln PTA had a short
meeting on Friday afternoon. Plans
wore made for the spring picnic to
be held June 13 on Malheur. Every
one is invited to bring a basket
dinner. The spring health rltnic
was also planned for th-> near fu
ture the date will be announced lat
A few young people gathered at
th? home of Agnes and Opal Red-
"”'1 and enjoyed an evening of
games Saturday night.
Mr. Walter Marshal was a visitor
in the Joe Blaine home Tuesday
Bites You ...
That’s one of the main reasons why experi
enced builders insist on 4-SQUARE Lumber
. . . because they KNOW that 4-SQUARE is
always thoroughly seasoned.
Another reason for the p o p u la rity of
4-SQUARE is because it produces this BET
TER construction at LOWER FINAL COST.
The reason lies in refinement of manufactur
ing methods used on 4-SQUARE.
Ends are squared to reduce waste
of lumber and labor. 4-SQUARE
comes in exact lengths for the same
reason. These and other advantages
are assured by the name“4-Square”
stamped on the end of every piece.
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wide as 48 inches or as
narrow as 28 inches.
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That Leads To
When a loved one returns to
his last home
thoughts are with him, you
can turn with complete con
fidence to the Nyssa Fun
eral Home for final arrange
Arrange easy FH A terms
through Boise Payette's Finan
cial Department. These terms
include interest, taxes, insur
ance and reduction of principal.
Expert home-designers will
assist you in putting every indi
vidual detail into the home you
are going to build. Plans,
drawings, specifications, etc.,
furnished without extra cost.
The unusual charm of this well-
arranged home lies in the interesting
lines and breaks. The metal hood over
the living room window adds person
ality. Study the plans!
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