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N Y S S A G A TE C IT Y JO U RN AL, TH U R SD AY, M A Y 27,1937
Mrs. Emma Duncan had Sunday
dinner with Mrs. Mary Felton.
A marriage licenses was Issued on
May IS at Payette to Hank Mitchell
and Lourene May Clark, both of
Farnham Sills of Nyssa and John
Klug of Ontario were gone from
8unday until Wednesday on a busi
ness trip to Yakima, Wash.
Mrs. S. Jones and Charlie were
dinner guests Sunday at the Wm.
D uffy home. The occasion was the
birthday of Leonard Duffy.
Brown. Madonna Blackburn and
Maxine Grover of Fruitland were
Sunday visitors o f Zeola Benton.
George Bodfish of Malheur City
was a Nyssa visitor Tuesday.
Make ideal gifts for
the youngster’s birth
days and for special
See Our Selection
Mr. and Mrs. P. E. Short and
Jack of Payette were Sunday morn
ing visitors at the C. B. Short
home. Other guests at the Short
home were the M. W. Alspaugh
family of Payette, parents of Mrs.
H. Blair Johnson went to Payette
Monday where he
funeral of Mr. Vern Earp, who had
been assistant postmaster in Pay
ette for many years. The Mason
lodge of which Mr. Johnson is a
member took part in the services.
L. E. Fry, newcomer from Con
don, who recently purchased the C.
B. Short acreage near Nyssa, has
started the construction of a mod
They have torn down
all but two rooms of the old house,
and are living in them until their
new home is finished.
SPECIALS . . .
For Friday, May 28 and Saturday May 29th
OATS, Crystal Wedding, 3 lb. pkg.
CRACKERS, 2 lb. b o x .................
PUFFED RICE, 3 pkgs.
M INCEM EAT, 29 oz.............
COFFEE, Chadwicks’ Special, lb.
TO M ATO ES, 2 No. 2i/2 cans
FLOUR, Idaho Acc, 49 lbs..................
M illions K illed
. . .
JASPER N. SHELTON
Mrs. Hazel Olldea was an all day
On Friday evening, May 28, Miss
guest Tuesday at the D. P. Pullen Wllhelmlna Hoffman will present a
home in Owyhee.
number of her pupils in a piano re
Lucille Benton spent the
week cital to which the public is cor
end in Boise visiting Miss Lucille dially invited. The recital will be
given at 8 o'clock in the Methodist
Arthur Hagen of Seattle arrived
taking part in this pro
Friday to visit with the Sam Cald gram are Barbara Browne,
Lee Emmott, Evelyn Haworth, June
Marie Wilson, Leona Ray, Gayle
Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Wilson of McCoy and Leo Hollenberg of Nys
Caldwell visited Sunday at the Rees sa; Jean Harman of Emmett, form
Byram home here.
erly of Nyssa; and Charles Kerrick
Carl Goad, Dr. E. D. Norcott and of Parma.
The pianists will be assisted by
Berwyn Burke spent last week end
fishing at East Lake with good re Charles Paradis, violinist and Ed
ward Boydell who will play a trum
Rev. H. S. Hamilton of
was a caller at the Methodist Par
Mr. and Mrs. Elmo Higginson
Wednesday afternoon on
business in regard to the Wallowa spent the week end in Nampa with
Mr. Higginson’s sister and family.
Lake Camp Ground Association.
The Earl Danley family moved
Wednesday to Caldwell where Mr.
R. 8. Anderson,
attorney from Danley was transferred by the rec
Grants Pass was an overnight visit lamation service. The Danley have
or Monday at the Bob Burns home. purchased a home in Caldwell.
Mr. Anderson is an old schoolmate
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. McKee and
Mrs. Max Schweizer and children
were Boise visitors Sunday. Mr. M c
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Francis spent
Kee took in the Nyssa-Bolse ball
the week end in Gtandview, Idaho,
games while the women visited at
visiting with their son C liff Fran
the home of Mrs. Elma Simpson.
cis and family. Mrs. Harry Francis
and C liff celebrated their birthdays
Next Sunday the Nyssa L.D.S.
which occur on the same day.
church will hold a ward conference
during the evening. All members
Mrs. John Greulich and Mrs. are asked to be presnt. Last Sunday
Francis Greulich and
two small several stake officers from
sons all of La Grande spent from were present at their services.
Friday until Tuesday at the home
o f C. L. McCoy here. On Saturday
Mrs. Ray Emmott and her daugh
the McCoys and their visitors made ter Mary Lee plan to leave Friday
a trip to Boise and on Sunday they for Enterprise, Oregon, where they
all enjoyed a trip to Owyhee dam. will join Mr. Emmott and make
their home. Their new home which
is being constructed there for them
is nearing completion.
M ISS HOFFM AN TO PRESENT
P U P IL S IN R E C ITA L
with our insecticides
Funeral services were held M on
day afternoon for Jasper N. Shel
ton, 70, who passed away May 19th
after a brief illness. Rev. Floyd
White was in charge of the services
at the Community Church which
were attended by a large crowd of
sorrowing friends and relatives.
All o f the children were present
for the services including Mrs. N el
lie Hanby of McEwen Oregon, Bert
Shelton of Ellensburg. Wash., Mi>
Wanda Holland of McEwen,
Flora Doyle o f Portland, Mrs. Ruth
Glenn and Rock Shelton of Nyssa
and Harry Shelton of Boise.
Beautiful and impressive music
for the services was given by A. V.
Pruyn, A1 Thompson, Mrs. John
W. Poage and Mrs. W. W.Foster.
Pall bearers were Henry Sherwood,
Gecrge M cLafferty, Fred Koopman,
G errit Groot, Gerrit Stam and Jake
Garrisons and Jake Fischer.
He was laid to rest in the Nyssa
Fischers spent Sunday
cemetery beside the body of his wife
the Owyhee river.
who passed away three yars ago.
Mrs. Chas. Garrison accompanied
her huband to Jamieson Wednesday
CARD OF T H A N K S
and spent the day with her son Ray
W e wish to thank all our friends
Miss Helen Marquina of Jordan
who were so kind and generous at
Valley is visiting her friend, Miss
Hinemoa Cloninger during gradua the time of the death of our fath
er, Jasper N. Shelton. We also wish
appreciation for the
Mesdames Howard Larsen, Ray floral offerings and to those who
Emmott and E. D. Norcott were helped during this trying time.
The Sons and Daughters.
Tuesday afternoon guests of Mrs.
Oarret Stam at her pretty country
4-H B E N E FIT DINNER
Dr. and Mrs. E. D. Norcott and
TO BE G IVEN A T B IG
Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Boydell enjoyed
BEND P A R K ON JUNE 2
a drive to Emmett and
Sunday and also visited the Black
A 4-H club benefit dinner will
Sunday guests at the H. Blair be given at Big Bend Park on Wed-
Johnson home were Mr. and Mrs. neday, June 2nd, starting at six
Frank Zimmerman and two daugh o’clock, according to announcement
ters of Payette and Mr. and Mrs. this week. Besides the dinner there
will be a program, games and other
features to raise funds to send two
The Warren Blodgett family and
delegates to the 4-H summer school
Mr. and Mrs. W ill Beam spent the
week end with the Ed Beams at
Delegates to the summer school
Ironside and with the Walter Laur-
from Big Bend community this year
ances at Prairie City.
will be Betty Jean Eachus and
Mr. add Mrs. Chas Paradis at Gladys Sparks. The delegates are
tended the third district meeting of chosen by a committee, assisted by
the Idaho Legion held in
Reiser Club Leader Hauser.
Saurday night. All Idaho state o f
ficers were present as was the N at
OREGON T R A IL P. T. A.
ional Vice Commander.
TO SEND 4-H MEMBERS
Bert and Kerm it Lienkaemper
T O SUMMER SCHOOL
left Monday evening for Portland
being called there by the death of
their mother, Mrs. A. F. Lienkam-
Winners o f the 4-H club scholar
were accompanied as
far as Hood River, by Mrs. Charlie ships to Corvallis summer school
sponsored by the Oregon Trail P.
Leuck who will visit relatives.
T. A. were announced Friday at a
Mrs. Dean Smith and Doris re picnic dinner held the last day of
where Doris had an operation per from the sewing club, Mary June
formed on her eyes. W hile in Port Rookstool from the
land they called on Mr. and Mrs. and Vance Smith from the calf
Oswald Forbes and Miss Wanda club.
Cantrall, former Nyssa residents.
Meetings of the Oregon T rail P.
T. A. will be held through the sum
Mr. and Mrs. Thos. Coward, Mrs.
mer at various homes, with a social
hour in charge of the program and
drove to Boise Sunday afternoon.
hospitality committees besides the
While the women
regular business meeting.
music recital, Mr. Coward took in
At the Friday meeting, a com
the ball game between Nyssa and
plete history of the local organiza
tion from its beginning in 1919 to
Tw ila Crawford and Jack M ar the present was given by the his
shall were Nyssa violin pupils of torian, Mrs. F. G. Holmes. Other
Mr. Holm who took part in the numbers on the program included
mass recital of the pupils of the the club song by the club boys and
Institute of Music and Arts held at girls, and two girls from the cook
the Boise high school auditorium ing club,
Sunday afternoon in which about Betty Rookstool gave a demonstra
350 students participated.
weights and measures for success
Mr. C. S. Adams, chairman of the ful results in cooking."
board of directors of the First Nat had some of their work on display
ional Bank of Portland, and Mr.
In the apron contest between the
E. A. Wyld, Sr„ retired vice presi boys and girls, the boys won with
dent made a brief stop in Nyssa $6.63 while the girls patches held
Thursday visiting at the Nyssa $3.75. Mrs Robert M orfitt received
Branch Bank. The men were mak the club quilt.
ing a friendly
tour and had also
A t the close of the club program
visited friends in Baker. From here the meeting adjourned to the school
they went to Bend.
yard where three trees were plant-
ed and dedicated. One tree was
dedicated in honor of the 40th an
niversary of the
founding of the
National P. T. A.; another to the
state organization and the third to
the local chapter. Vesta and Joan
number entitled "Trees." A vote of
thanks was given Mr. Holmes and
Mrs. J. B. Smith for the donation
of two of the trees.
The June meeting was announc
ed to be held at the home of Mr
and Mrs. Frank Fry.
MRS. FRED PO W ELL
Funeral services for
Powell, 81, were held Friday after
noon from the Community church
with Rev. White in charge. Music
was furnished by C. C. Hunt, Mrs.
C. L. McCoy. Mr. and Mrs. Howard
Larsen, accompanied by Mrs. C. C.
Hunt at the piano
Pall bearers who helped in the
final rites were six old friends in
the person of Bert Hoxie, E. J. Bur
rows, A. R. Millar, C. W. Reberger,
Jess Thompson and Nick Rudlick.
Interment was in the Nyssa ceme
tery beside the body o f her hus
band, who did nearly three years
B IR T H D A Y BANQUET IS
PLE ASA N T SO CIAL A F F A IR
A birthday banquet was held last
Thursday evening at the basement
o f the Community church when
ladies of the church
their husbands. Four tables were
set, each decorated to carry out a
season of the year ,and guests were
seated at proper tables in accord
ance to their birthday date.
Rev. Floyd White acted as mas
ter of ceremonies and called on
Mrs. W. W. Foster for a talk on
"M en In The Church,” while R. J.
Davis responded with a eulogy of
“ The Ladies Aid.” A violin solo was
given by Curtis Foster, accompanied
by Francis Foster, while Mrs. R. J.
Davis entertained with an inter
C O U N T Y NURSE ATTEND S
M E E TIN G IN P O R TLA N D
Mrs. Edna Flanagan Farris left
Wednesday for Portland to attend
the annual meetings of three health
associations, the Oregon State O r
ganization o f Public Health Nurses,
R O X Y Ontario
(1, Edward Arnold in
“Meet Nero W olfe”
“Clive of India”
LOSE BALL GAME TO BOISE;
P L A Y EM M ETT HERE SUNDAY
(Continued from page 1)
ltion well but belted out the only
home run of the game. Art Servoss
led the batting for Nyssa with three
safe hits, with George Johnston
and John Young being credited
with two each.
Play Emmett Here
Sunday on the local lot the fans
will be treated to a pitching duel
between two ace pitcher. Rambaud
now pitching for
Emmett will be opopsed by Dean
Johnston. Emmett had a bad day
Sunday when Vale hitters socked 12
hits e ff two pitchers, including
Rambuad, and Vale won 13 to 2.
Emmett always has a good team
and will likely be out to improve
their average Sunday, if possible.
Weiser sprang the major upset in
the Idaho-Oregon league Sunday
when they trounced Caldwell 12 to
4. Caldwell had been leading the
league with an unblemished record,
while Weiser had failed to win so
far this season. The
win of Weiser put Caldwell and
Boise in a tie for first place honors.
Payette was hard pressed Sunday
to win from Ontario by a 6 to 7
count. This game went into 10 in
YO UNG M AN IN J A IL AFTE R
A S SAU LT A T W ARD HOME
(Continued From Page One)
over the past few weeks. The Short
family are certain they heard some
one on their premises a short time
before the assault.
in that section o f town have report
ed strange happenings unusual for
Hero in 1918 ...
mobster in 19371
Trading a wom an's
lo v a ... a friend's loy*
alty ... for a heritage
of hate on tho battle
fields of peace! Three
great stars in a dra
matic sensation I
G rocery s pecials
For Friday and Saturday, May 28th and 29th
k i:| L
Tall cans, any
brand, 6 cans for
O fl# *
Peanut B u t t e r ^ gS % . 9 33c
Deviled M eatflS?“ brand 23c
W hite Satin
Cloth bag, 10 lbs.
Salad D r e s s i n g ^ i L brand33C
Marshm allows ¿a'¿,C
y ua nom o7uief\
Q uick A de
For hot day
drinks, 6 pkgs.
Sp are Ribs
Lean meat, fresh
ground, 2 lbs. for O ü C
7 lbs. for
orfor 9lic‘ 17c
N YSSA PHARM ACY
SUN. MON. TUE.
May 30- June 1
W H Y LOSE? W e have Insecticides and Fung
icides for any o f them. Bring us your problem or
select from the following list.
Cenol Bed Bug Destroyer
Black Leaf “ 40"
Cenol Plant Spray
Cenol Roost Paint
le a d Arsenate
Acme All Around Spray
Oenoh Flea Powder
Acme Balt-M. For Slugs and
Theodore Knizevlch and
Florence Etta Hutton, both of Vale
May 23 at the Methodist Parsonage
Rev. Floyd White
friends witnessed the wedding.
Friday and Saturday
Yea, we have killed a lot of Peats in our time.
Some o f them attack your prize rose bushes.
Some chew on your tomato vines. Some attack
the roots o f plants and kill them overnight. You
lose the time you have spent— Also money.
Kelloggs Ant Paste
Cenol Plant Spray
Dichlorlcide (K ills Moths)
Bulach Insect Powder
El Vamptro Insert Powder
D rrrltox Insect Powder
Sodium Flourlde (For chicken
Korlneks Lice Powder
V ALE COUPLE M AR R IE D HERE
the League o f Nursing Education,
and the Graduate Nurses of Ore
gon, all of which meet there this
week-end. She plans to return Sun-
pre-school children at
tended the health clinic in Nyssa
Monday morning, while 39 attend
ed the one Tuesday morning in On
tario. Results of these clinics will
be forthcoming at a later date.
size stalks, 2 for
Our Vegetables Are Kept Ice Cold
Do your shopping Saturday as we will be closed
all day Monday, May 31
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