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NYSSA GATE CITY JOURNAL, THURSDAY, MAY 27, 1937
composed of E. C. Van Petten, Tract No. 172-A—Description.
Paul E. Van Petten. F'rank M. Van NH. NH SH. Sec. 23. Twp. 15. Rng.
Petten and Bertha O. Van Petten; 40; Price $240.00.
! J. E. Holly, Dan T. Holly, Trustee Tract No. 173-A—Description.
j m Bankruptcy of the Estate of EH; Sec. 24, Twp. 15, Rng. 40;
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Hatch and
I Andrew Frances McOinnls. bank Price $160 00.
son attended the high school grad
Tract No. 174-A—Description,
uation exercices In Wilder Wed
NH SH; Sec. 19, Twp .15. Rng
Frank Van Petten, A .H. Boydell
Tract No. 175-A—Description,
and R. C. Enos attended the Inter
I WH; Sec. 20. Twp. 15. Rng. 41;
Last publication, June 3, 1937.
national Harvester meeting In Boise
Tract No. 176-A—Description.
The D. T. Holley family are driv
Lot 1. SH NEK. SEK NWK; Sec
ing a new 1937 Chevrolet sedan.
15. Rng. 41; NEK SWK.
THE STATE OF OREGON FOR 4, NH Twp.
Mrs. Jesse Marker and son of On- |
SEK; Sec. 4 Twp
THE COUNTY OF MALHEUR. 15. Rng. 41; SEK
tarlo were Thursday guests of the
Charles McConnell family.
In the Matter of the Guardianship Tract No. 177-A—Description.
Mrs. Amanda Ashcraft spent the
of the Person and Estate of Al EH. SEK: Sec 33, Twp. 21 Rng. 41;
day Friday In Ontario at the home
bert Hlnsch, an Insane person. Price $40.00.
of her granddaughter. Mrs. Robert
Is hereby given that, un Tract No. 178-A—Description,
der authority of a license Issued by SWKSWK. Sec. 34, Twp. 21, Rng
Quite a number from here at
the above entitled court, the un 41 Price $20 00.
tended the Death Dodgers show In
dersigned, guardian of the estate of Tract No. 179-A—Description,
G ladvs George
Ontario Sunday afternoon.
Albert Hlnsch, will sell at private EH: Sec. 4, Twp. 15, Rng. 42; Price
The favorite of New York theatre sale,
Mrs. Amanda Ashcraft accom goers
one parcel, to the highest $160.00.
more recently the sensa bidder, in upon
the terms hereinafter Tract No. 180-A—Description,
panied Mr. and Mrs. Robert Rush tion of and Hollywood
her re mentioned, and
to Nampa Sunday to visit at the markable performance since
subject to confir SH SH less Highway; Sec. 16 Twp.
Jim Nelson home.
mation by said court, on or after 15 Rng. 42; Price $80.00.
Mrs. Ted Newton and children ing Gladys George returns to the June 11, 1937, all the right, title. Tract No. 181-A—Description
Interest and estate of Albert Hin- SH NWK. SH; Sec. 21; Twp. 16;
and Mrs. Oerrit Muntjewerff visit screen
of the DREAMLAND sch,
the right title and In Rng. 42; Price $225.00.
ed in the Ed Newton home on Ore Theatre with
Spencer Tracy and terest and that all said
estate has, by op Tract No. 182-A—Description,
gon Slope Sunday.
Miss Benita Gaviola was a week Gave His a Gun,” in which she en eration of law or otherwise, acquir NEK NWK Sec. 23. Twp. 15, Rng
end guest of Mrs. Mitchell Oaviola. acts the role of a Red Cross nurse ed. in and to the fallowing describ 42; Price $40 00.
real property located In Mal Tract No. 183-A—Description,
John Emcs, Oerrit Muntjewerff
between love for one man and ed
heur County, State of Oregon, to- EH EH NEK, EH NEK SEK ; Sec.
and Ted Newton fished at Mahog torn
22, Twp. 15, Rng. 42; Price $30.00.
any Mountain Sunday.
Tract No. 184-A—Description,
Joe Robertson visited with Clar Mr. Bratton and daughter called Lot Eleven and Lot Twelve of
ence Enos Sunday afternoon after it the Chris Wyckoff home Thurs Block Seventy-two of Green's SWK. All South of low line can
a swim at the Caldwell natatorlum. day.
Addition to the City of Nyssa. al In SEK NWK. Sec. 23, Twp. 15,
A nice sun porch has been com The only one from this com Terms and conditions of sale: Rng. 42; Price $90.00.
pleted on the Henry Hatch home. munity graduating from the Nyssa Cash In lawful money of the Unit Tract No. 185-A—Description.
NWK; Sec. 13. Twp. 16, Rng
Perle Laurence from Boise was a
ed States to be paid at the time of SH
42; Price $40.
Sunday guests of his daughter Mrs. high school is Jack Brodie.
T. H. Pierce called at the Alva than fifteen per cent of the pur Tract No. 186-A—Description
WH SEK, SWK; Sec. 14
Mr. and Mrs. Charles McConnell Gcodell home Sunday.
chase price to be paid at the time SH NEK,
16, Rng. 42; Price $160.00.
were Caldwell visitors Sunday.
Lowell Willis and Loyd Boyles of the sale and the remainder of the Twp.
Tract No. 187-A—Description
Earl Sparks returned from Wash are working for Orlando Tanner.
price to be paid in month WH
NEK. NWK; Sec. 23, Twp. 16.
ington Saturday after a weeks ab Mr. and Mrs. Edward Nielson and ly purchase
Rng. 42; Price $120.00.
James McGinnis is giving his at the C. H. Bennett home.
at six per sent, per annum until Tract No. 188-A—Description,
house a new coat of paint.
paid. All bids must be in writing WH. SEK. Sec. 26, Twp. 15, Rng
Ed. Henderscn has planted his and
may be delivered to said guatd- 42; Price $240.00.
30 acre homestead to corn.
Tract No. 189-A—Description,
ian at Nyssa, Oregon.
A. O. Hlnsch. Guardian of the NEK, NH SEK; Sec. 27. Twp. 15,
Buena Vista News
Rng 42; Price $120.00.
of Albert Hlnsch.
IRONSIDE NEWS 5-13 Estate
Tract No. 190-A—Description,
By MRS. E. J. BEAM
The Chatter Box club was enter
All; Sec. 23, Twp. 30, Rng. 42;
tained at the Alva Goodell home
NOTICE OF SALE OF REAL Price
May 19. Mrs. Loyd Adams gave an
interesting paper on the historic Miss Nellie and Ellis Turner of
WH SEK 8WK NEK
parts cf Oregon. She also gave a Harper were week end guests at the
HEUR COUNTY, OREGON
2; Sec. 30. Twp. 15,
talk on a large horse ranch which Bill Woodcock home.
was her husband home. Mrs. E. L. Gordon Dickson, son Paul and
Tract No. 192-A—Description,
Jamison won first prize In word daughters Dorothy and Ella Mae County Court of Malheur County, WH
NEK, SEK NEK. NEK SEK;
making contest and Mrs. Edward motored to Owyhee Dam last Sun Oregon, dated May II, 1937, I shall Sec. 24.
the 12th day of June, 1937, at the $160.00. Twp. 16, Rng. 43; Price
Neilson booby prize. The member.' day on a sightseeing trip. Mrs. on
present were Mesdames E. L. Jam Dickson and small children visited hour of 10:00 A. M„ at front door of Tract No. 193-A—Description,
the County Court House at Vale. NEK BEK; Sec. 5, Twp. 17, Rng
ison, C. H. Bennett. Harland Maw vith relatives near Nyssa.
Virgil McGee, O. Choat, Charle; j Miss Adeline Fish is visiting at Malheur County, Oregon, offer for 43;
sale ,to the highest bidder, the Tract
Gardener. James Stephens, Edwarc •he Lackey home in Ontario.
Neilson, John Bartholona, Mis.' Raleigh Van Buren who has been lands hereinafter
SWK. NWK; Sec. 29, Twp. 30,
tracts of land are numbered NH
Eunice Bennett. Mrs. Gardner is to juite ill for the past two weeks was as Said
43; Price $120.00.
set forth .and each Rng.
arrange the program fro the next removed to the Ontario hospital on tract hereinafter
meeting which is to be held at the Thursday. So far the doctors have less than the price fixed by said or Sec. 19, No.
16, Rng. 44; Price
home of Mrs. Coat June 3rd. The not been able to diagnos the case. der for each tract as hereinafter $320.00.
hostess served refreshments.
The Ladies Home Economics club
forth together with the cost of SH Tract
E. L. Jamison, Ralph Boyles and of the grange met at the home of set
SWK Sec. 36, Twp. 17, Rng
which will be added to 44; Price
Kenneth Pierce is making a much Mrs. Rene Worsham near Malheur publication
the price of each lot or tract to be Tract $80.00.
needed Improvements on on the last Thursday. Ten members and sold.
road to town.
one visitor were present. The meet Said lands will be offered for sale All East of R.R. In SEK; Sec. 36,
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Nielson and ing was enjoyed by all and the
17, Rng. 44; Price $150.00.
follows: To the highest bidder Twp.
Lois, Mrs. C. H. Bennett and Eun hostesses served a dainty lunch. as
ice, was shopping in Nampa and Mr. and Mrs. Floyd White, Mr. $200.00 or less to the highest bidder WH NWK, No. SH 198-A—Description,
SEK SWK NH
and Mrs. Kenneth Grabner and
SWK Less A. T. No. 1; Sec
cash, or for all tracts priced at SEK
Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Jamison and Miss Mary Weir were dinner guests for
Twp. 19, Rng. 44;Price $115.00.
more than $200.00 and not more 15, Tract
family went to the Owyhee Dam at the Bruce Lofton home last Sun than
on a picnic Sunday.
Twp. 16, Rng. 45; Price
Mr. and Mrs. John Bartholna Mr.. Frank Elms of Unity visited cent cash and the remainder to be $160.00.
and children, Mr. and Mrs. Alva here two days this week with her
under written agreement in Tract NEK, No. Sec. 200-A—Description,
Goodell and children spent Sunday 'jrcther Raleigh Van Buren who is paid
15, Twp. 18. Rng
equal Installments over a period NEK
afternoon at Vale.
not exceeding 5 years, or for 45; Tract
Mr. and Mrs. Chester Sage called The Community Club which met all
tracts priced at more than SEK NEK, No. and all
at the E. L. Jamison home Sunday. on May 15 th was enjoyed by all $500.00,
that part North
The program was very good and cash or for not less than 20 per of River in NEK SEK; Sec. 31;
was planned by Mesdames S. Rose, cent cash and the remainder to be Twp. 18, Rng. 45; Price $150.00.
Carlos Lofton and Wm. Woodcock, paid under written agreement In Tract No. 202-A—Description,
after which dancing was enjoyed equal Installments over a period SEK SWK ,Sec. 6, Twp. 19, Rng.
adn supper was served.
exceeding 10 years, all defer 45; Tract
The combined school picnic of not
the Ironside and Grouse Creek the rate of 6 per cent per annum, EH NWK: Sec. 7, Twp. 19. Rng.
schools will be held on Friday the payable annually, and all such 45; Price $80 00.
28th at the picnic grounds on Camp
to be subject to all the Tract No. 204-A—Description,
Creek. Everyone is cordially invited. agreements
On Saturday, May 29th, Joint grad 69-813 and 69-836, Oregon
uating exercises for the 8th graders All lands within the boundaries
for the two above mentioned of irrigation or drainage districts
schools will be held at the Ironside will be sold subject to any valid as
school house with Mrs. Katherine sessments made or to be made by
Claypool. county school superin said districts since the date said
tendent in attendance.
were acquired by the County,
Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Howard at lands
lands within the boundaries
tended the 8th grade graduating of the Warmsprings
exercises of the Vale schools on the trict and which have Irrigation
27. Their daughter Margaret was fied as In Classes 5 and been
6. and as to
a member of the class.
which said County has heretofore
by resolution dated September 3,
Tea Principal Seaports
1930, authorized a transfer to said
The ten principal seaports of the District of the water rights appur
world are: New York, London, Liv tenant to said lands will be sold
erpool, Hongkong, Yokohama, Mont without
real, Shanghai, New Orleans, Genoa Said lands
numbered as to tracts,
with the minimum prices set op
posite each tract, are as follows, to-
Tract No. 163-A—Description,
NEK, SEK NEK. Sec. 12, Twp.
NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE NH
17. Rng. 38; Price $60.00.
On the 5th of June, 1937, at the Tract No. 164-A- Description.
SAFE! Oet your brake
hour of 10:30 A. M. at the front 8H. Sec. 1, Twp. 16. Rng 39; Price PLAY
adjusting and rellnlng done
door of the Court House in Vale, $160.00.
at a shop with proper equip
Malheur County, Oregon, I will sell | Tract No. 165-A—Description.
ment and experience.
at public auction to the highest SWKNEK. NWK 8EK, SEK SEK.
We recently added new
bidder for cash, the following de Sec. 2. Twp. 16. Rng. 39; Price $60
equipment to care for latest
scribed property to-wit: Lot 4 of Tract No. 166-A Description
hydraulic brakes and
Block 36 of Park Addition to the NH NEH. SEK NEK; Sec. 11, Twp. style
also have new equipment for
town of Nyssa, Malheur County. 16: Rng 39; Price $6000
Oregon, as shown by the revised Tract No. 167-A—Description. lining wheels.
general map of the town of Nyssa NWK; Sec. 12, Twp. 16. Rng. 39;
Faulty brakes may mean
on file and of record In the office Price $80.00.
on the highway. PLAY
of the County Clerk of said Mal Tract No 168-A- Description, SAFE! Bring your car to
NWK NEK. Sec. 36, Twp. 18, Rng
8aid sale is made under execu 37: $30 00.
tion Issued out of the Circuit Court Tract No. 169-A—Description,
of the State of Oregon for the 8H SWK: Sec. 6. Twp. 17, Rng 39:
County of Malheur to me directed Price $40.00
In the case of Lira Nellie Sherwood, Tract No. 170- A— Description.
plaintiff, vs. Andrew F. McOinnls NH. NWK BWH. Sec. 7, Twp. 17.
and Maud McOinnis. husband and Rng 39; Price $19000.
wife; Van Petten Lumber Oo, a Tract No. 171-A—Description.
pretended corporation; Van Petten WH NWK; Sec. 8. Twp. 17. Rng
Lumber Company, a co-partnership 2»; Price $4009
By MBS. ( LARK ENOS
WH SEK. EH 8WK; Sec. 34, Twp.
29. Rng 45: Price $80.00.
Tract No. 205-A—Description,
NH. NWK SWK. Sec. 16. Twp. 16.
Rng 46; Price $180.00.
Tract No. 206-A—Description,
NH NWK, NEK. NH SEK; Sec 20,
Twp. 16. Rng 46; Price $160 00.
Tract No. 207-A—Description,
SEK, SH SWK; Sec. 25, Twp. 16,
Rng. 46; Price $120.00.
Tract No. 208-A—Description,
SH SEK. NWK; Sec. 26, Twp. 16.
Rng. 46; Price $120 00.
Tract No. 209-A—Description,
EH; Sec. 36, Twp. 16, Rng 46; Price
Tract No. 210-A—Description.
SEK SWK. SWK SEK; Sec. 11,
Twp. 18, Rng. 46; Price $40.00.
Tract No. 211-A—Description,
SH NEK; Sec. 8, Twp. 18, Rng. 46;
Tract No. 212-A—Description,
EH NEK SEK; Sec. 2, Twp. 21;
Rng. 46; Price $20.00.
Tract No. 213-A—Description.
Lot 5; Sec. 13, Twp. 21, Rng. 46;
Tract No. 214-A—Description.
WHSWK. Sec. 2, Twp. 22, Rng. 46;
Tract No. 215-A—Description.
SEK SEK Sec. 16. Twp 28, Rng
46; Price $20.00.
Tract No. 216-A—Description,
SEK SEK. Sec. 22. Twp. 28. Rng
46; Price $20.00.
Tract No. 217-A—Description.
EH SWK. SWK SWK; Sec. 23
Twp. 28. Rng. 46; Price $60.00.
Tract No. 218-A—Description,
WH, SEK Sec. 7. Twp. 30, Rng. 46;
Tract No. 219-A—Description, All
Sec. 17. Twp. 30, Rng. 46; Price
Tract No. 220-A—Description.
NEK, EH NWK, NWK NWK: Sec
21. Twp. 30. Rng. 56; Price $140.00.
Tract No. 221-A—Description.
A.T. No. 18, Sec. 3, Twp. 18, Rng.
47; Price $30.00.
Tract No. 222-A—Description,
SWK NEK, Sec 6, Twp. 18, Rng
47; Price $300.00.
Tract No. 223-A—Description,
SEK SEK NEK. SH NEK SEK
NEK. Sec. 7, Twp. 18, Rng. 47;
Tract No. 224-A—Description,
Lots 8, 7, and 8, Block 35, Orig.
Townsite of Ontario; Price $225.00. Lots 36 to 42, lncl.. Block 5, Terra . t
Tract No. 225-A—Description Hgts. Add. to Ontario; Price $75 00
Lots 11. 12 and 13. Block 65. Orig Tract No. 245-A—Description.
Townsite of Ontario; Price $50.03. Lots 18, 19 and 20. Block 2. Rivei -
Tract No. 226- A—Description side Add. to Ontario; Price $60 00.
Lots 16. 17, and 18, Block 88. Orig Tract No. 246-A—Description,
Townsite of Ontario: Price $75.00. Lots 1 and 2. Block 3, Rlversioi
Tract No. 227-A—Description, Add. to Ontario; Price $40.00.
Lo. 6. Block 148, Orig. Townsite of Tract No. 247-A—Description.
Lots 48, 49 and 50, Block 3, River
Ontario; Price $60 00.
Tract No. 228-A—Description. side Add. to Ontario; Price $75.00
Lot 7, Block 148, Orig. Townsite of Tract No. 248-A— Description,
Lots 23 and 24, Block 6 Riverside
Ontario; Price $60 00.
Tract No. 229-A—Description, Add. to Ontario; Price $50.00.
Lot 8 Block 148 Orig. Townsite of Tract No. 249-A—Description.
Lots 17 and 18. Block 7, Riverside
Ontario; Price $60 00.
Tract No. 230-A—Description, Add. to Ontario; Price $100.00.
Lot 9, Block 148, Orig. Townsite of Tract No. 250-A—Description,
Lot 5, Block 8, Riverside Add to On
Ontario; Price $60 00.
Tract No. 231-A—Description, tario; Price $50.00.
lo t 10, Block 148. Orig. Townsite of Tract No. 251-A—Description,
Lot 3, Block 13, Riverside Add. to
Ontario; Price $60.00.
Tract No. 232-A—Description, Ontario: Price $20 00.
All of Block 160, Orig. Townsite of I Tract No. 252-A— Description.
Lots 11. 12. and 13. Block 15, Teut-
Ontario; Price $150.00.
Add. to Nyssa; Price $75.00.
Tract No. 233-A—Description, sch's
Tract No. 253-A— Description,
Lots 1 to 5, inch; Block 159, Orig. Lots
and 20. Block 15, Teutsch's
Townsite of Ontario; Price $25.00. Add. 19
to Nyssa; Price $50.00.
Tract No. 234-A—Descripti n.
Lots 11 to 20, lncl.. Block 159, Orig. Tract No. 254-A— Description.
Townsite of Ontario; Price $50.00 All West and South of Highway in
Tract No. 235-A—Description, Block 87, Westfield Add. to Nyssa;
Lots 13 and 14, Block 172, Orig. Price $25.00.
Tract No. 255-A—Description,
Townsite of Ontario; Price $30.00.
Tract No. 236-A—Description, All of Block 81, Green’s Addition;
Lots 1 to 10, lncl.. Block 188, Orig. All of Block 82, Green's Addition;
Townsite of Ontario; Price $50.00. Lots 3 to 8. lncl.. Block 83, Green’s
Tract No. 237-A—Description, Add.; All of Block 9, Teutsch's Ad
Lots 1 to 7. lncl.. Block 189 Orig. dition; All of Block 10, Teutsch's
Townsite of Ontario: Price $35.00. Addition In the City of Nyssa; Price
Tract No. 238-A—Descriptlcn, $300.00.
Tract No. 256-A—Description.
Lot 10, Block 208, Orig. Townsite of Lots
5 and 6, Block 16, Orig. Town-
Ontario; Price $20.00.
of Vale; Price $150.00.
Tract No. 239-A—Description, site Tract
Lots 1 to 10 lncl., Block 214, Orig. Lots 2 and No. 3. Block
Townsite of Ontario; Price $50.00. Add. to Vale; Price $30.00.
Tract No. 240-A—Description, Tract No. 258-A—Description, Lot
Lots 6, 7, and 11 to 20, lncl., Block 1, Block 6, Altschul Addition to Vale
215; Lots 1 to 20. lncl. Blpck 216; Price
Lots 8, 9 and 10. Block 218; Lots 1 Tract $10 00. No. 259-A—Descripti. n,
to 10, lncl., Block 219; Orig. Town- Lots 17, 18. 19, 20. and 24. Block 10.
site of (Jntario; Price $75.00.
Addition to Vale; Price $75.00.
Tract No. 241-A— Description, Hope
Tract No. 260-A—Description,
Lots 13 and 14, Block 274, Orig. Lots
1 and 2, Block 6; Kelly's Add.
Townsite of Ontario; Price $30.00. to Vale;
Tract No. 242-A—Decsrlpticn, Tract Price
Lots 16 and 17, Block 4, Villa Park Lot 10. Block
Orig. Townsite of
Addition to Ontario; Price $125.00. Harper; Price 8, $10.00.
Tract No. 243-A— Description,
C. W. GLENN
Lot 26. Block 5, Terrace Hgts, Add. Sheriff, Malheur
to Ontario: Price $20.00.
Tract No. 244-A—Description, 5-13 to 6-10.
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