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THE NYSSA GATE CITY JOURNAL
Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Parker
and children were In Ironside Sun
day visiting in the home ol Gordon
Dickson. They were also fishing.
Mr. and Mrs. William Toomb
and Dorothy. Betty Jean and Dick
ie were Sunday dinner guests in
the Rueben Graham home. The
occasion was to celebrate Mr.
and ARTH RITIS
I suffered for years and am so
thankful that I am free from pain
and able t>j do my work that I will
gladly answer anyone writing me
for information. Mrs. Anna Pautz,
P. O. Box 825, Vancouver, Wash.
Pd. Adv.—NUE-OVO Laboratories
Mary Jun e Winchester and son,
Daniel, left for their home at Part
Townsend, Washington Friday.
Mr. and Mrs. C. Glenn Brown,
Ruby Brown, Bob Eastman and
Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Korman were
in Boise Sunday to attend the
wedding of their son and brother,
Nadine, Jewel and Charles Wil
son and Delora Hurst were guests
at supper Sunday evening in the
I Spoon dolls were made by the
Brownie troop girls at their meet
ing Saturday afternoon, August 24
at the Defier home. The girls home
work was handed in. They are
pressing and mounting flowers In
notebooks a t the present time.
Some very nice work was handed
Cleaned and Repaired
W A T E R SO FTEN ERS
Chrome Sink Mixing Faucets
Eureka Vacuum Cleaners
Brower Plumbing Shop
Phone 9 5 J
Church Of The Nazarene
and hear the old-time gospel in sermon and
song every night at 8 o’clock and on Sundays
at 11 a. m. from
Sept. 1 Through The 15 th
SPEC IA L W O R K E R S : REV. J . RU SSELL
BROW N AND MR. AND MRS A. L. CRANE.
THURSDAY. AUGUST 29, 1946
and Mr. and Mrs. Charley Grider
picnicked Sunday at the Owyhee
Miss Betty Mitchell spent the
week-end at Fayette lakes.
Bill Fugat, who has been a house
guest of Rlibard Diven, has re
turned to his home in Caldwell.
Mr. and Mrs. Charley Grider,
Lawrence Cleverly aird Gene Bair
attended tlhe Jersey club meeting
at the Rosel Hunter home Friday
Mr. and Mrs. Loyd Adams left
Saturday for a week-end at Pay
HEALTH FOR ALL
the child's food and milk from
contamination. It is particularly
important, however, to be on the
alert In the summer when food Is
more apt to spoil than In cool
-since milk is often the cause
of summer complaint, the mother
itoou.d be very careful to give the
bh-ld only milk which Is free from
all harmful bacteria. The safest
thing, after the child Is weaned, is
I to use pasteurized milk. I f this
cannot be obtained, then the moth
er should bo.l the milk thoroughly
herself and permit it to cool in
containers which have been thor
oughly cleansed and sterilized.
Mrs. John Zittercob.
Mr. and Mrs. Gene Kipp and
daughter spent the week-end in
Boise with Mrs. Kipp’s parents.
Sixteen boys and girls gathered
at the home of Mr and Mrs. Gene
Kipp August 19 to help Delons
celebrate her third birthday. She
was the recipient of many gifts.
Two birthday cakes and ice cream
were served to the children and
their mothers and to C. W. B ar
rett, whose birthday was on that
Miss Annie Lucero has accepted
a position at the Nyssa Nursing
Mothers are inclined to dread
Mrs. L. Gillispie and son of Twin
G ET TH A T
baby's second summer because of
Falls. Idaho visited Mrs. Gillispies
the disease commonly called 'sum
sister, Mrs. Gene Kipp, and family
Broken or Missing
Summer complaint, or Infant
The Fugitia family, who have
diarrhea, is most apt to attack
lived on the Ira Ure farm, moved
children between one and two this week to Ontario.
years of age and it is peculiar to | Mrs. Ada Butler spent the week
hot weather. It is very serious and
end in the Vem Butler home.
usually costs the lives of many | Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Swearen-
replaced at our shop
ger of California visited his sister,
EXPARATROOPERS GO RIGHT ON ’CHUTING . . . When Lucius | The disease makes the baby's Mrs. Gene Kipp, and family last
bowels move frequently and it may
Rucker, left, and Fred Cole got out of the army, they thought they
week. Mr. and Mrs. Swearenger
cause vomiting. I t is often accom will leave soon for China, where
were through with parachutes. They had trained and dropped some
panied by pain and fever. One of he will be employed for three years,
5,000 agents behind enemy lines in World War II.
W R EC K ER SERV ICE
several tilings may cause infant j Mr. and Mrs. Dave Brady and
diarrhea. Probably the most fre- ¡family of Caldwell were dinner
in by several of the girls. After V. V. Grider.
quent cause is impure milk or | guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs.
a few games were played Mrs. | Mr. and Mrs. Pat Bennett and ’ ater or spoued food
I Glenn Dowers and family.
Frances Deffer served. ice cream Mrs. Fred Bennett of Nyssa called J The child has greater difficulty
Otis Bullard, Theo Matherly,
and cookies, the meeting was closed at the Golden Leavitt home Thurs- in digesting food in hot weather George Moeller and families re
by giving the Girl Scout promise day morning.
¡and if he eats anything which is turned Saturday from Strawberry
and singing Goodnight Song“. The i Mrs. Gene Fleshman and Shirley even slightly tainted it may create lake.
next meeting will be held Septem- ' n(j Donald, Mrs Bill Mazuch and a poison which his system attempts
Tom Marsh spent last week
ber 14 a t the home of the leader, Mrs. Charley Grider went to Boise | to throw off and diarrhea results. #n the Vern Butler home.
2d & Bower Ph. 107W
Mrs. Clyde Steelman.
j Nature should be assisted, not
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Thurman
A surprise handkerchief shower j Mr. and Mrs. Dick Udlinek and hampered, in the effort to get rid of Medford, Oregon are visiting
was given for Laura Louise Nevin Mr. and Mis. Bill Mazuch left of the poison. This means that Mrs. Thurman's parents, Mr. and
by the girls of the intermediate Saturday morning for Sun Valley, | the child should not be given any
troop No. 2 at their meeting S a t- Idaho.
, food at all during the attack. Only
urday afternoon, August 24 a t the j Mr. and Mrs. Gene Fleshman water, which has been previously
Legion hall. Laura Louise received and Shirley and Donald were Sun- boiled should be given him. Food
many nice handkerchiefs from the qay dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. j including milk, may cause a fur-
girls to remember them by in her R 0y Herman.
jther upset and must be withheld,
new home in Portland. Several i Mr. and Mrs. Harlan Diven and j Of course, great care should be
games were played and then re-
Margaret and Richard, Bill Fugat exercised at all times to protect
Bring your custom curing to
freshments of cookies and lime
drink were served. Mrs. J . C. Nev
in was a guest of the girls.
A surprise birthday party was
held for Donna Lee Steelm an S a t
PARM A, IDAHO
urday evening, August 24. Bingo
was played during the evening
All meat received is covered by money-back
with prizes going to several girls.
.Many lovely gifts were received
from Jean Dille, Donna Peterson,
Laura Louise Nevin, Betty Lou
Jarvis, Mrs. Frank Johns, Nonna
Jean Dierking and Mr. and Mrs.
L. W. Dierking. Refreshments of
open-faced sandwiches, potato sal
Fifteen Jerseys and five Jersey and Guernseys.
ad, fruit salad and birthday cake
Also 2-unit Surge milker. Used two months.
were served. The cake was decorat
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ed 'with “happy birthday’ and 12
white candles in pink holders.
On Friday morning, August 23
Lee R. Cooke, Nampa architect,
came to Adrian and staked the
Second and Stewart street
site of the new church building
on the north end of the lots next
to the Adrian high school parking
lot. As part of the evening pro
gram at the farewell reception for
Rev. and Mrs. Nevin the ground
breaking ceremony was led by the
building committee Chairman, K.
I. Petersen. After several remarks
by the Rev. E. D. McKune, super
intendent of missions for the Idaho
presbytery, Mr. Petersen turned
the first shovel of dirt and he was
followed by all the officers and
representatives of all the organiza
tions. The ceremony was closed
with prayer by Mr. Nevin.
Rev. and Mrs. J . C. Nevin and
Laura Louise will leave this week
to make their home in Portland.
The Rev. and Mrs. H. E. Moore
and family of Portland will arrive
this week to take charge of the
church in Adrian.
Mr. and Mrs. Fate Brower of
Redding. California visited Tuesday
afternoon in the Ellen Sparks
Kenneth Elliot has • received his
discharge and is now home from
Rose’s Locker Service
Eugene H. Fleshman
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Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Sm ith and
Patric and Gary Lee spent last
week-end near McCall fishing and
Mr. and Mrs. Bill
Dale are visiting at the M. L.
Kurtz home while waiting for
school to open in La Grande.
Charles Bowers, Lou and Gene
Pratt and Frank Ray and two sons
spent from Tuesday until Satu r
day fishing near McCall, Idaho.
Mr. and Mrs. John Nevin and
Laura Louise were dinner guests
at the W. E. Piercy home Tuesday
evening and were overnight guests
at the M. L. Kurtz home the same
Mrs. Borge and children are
visiting relatives in Denver.
Mr and Mrs. Tony Zubizaretta
and Permln called at the Kurtz
and Hardman homes Sunday. They
also called at the Hardman home
to visit Mrs. Healy and small dau
ghter, who are visiting here from
Nyssa Furniture Company
Across from Reclamation Office
Mr and Mrs. Chester Stephen
son were guests of Mr. and Mrs.
OokJen Leavitt Wednesday.
Mr and Mrs. Herbert Cox and
children of Center. Colorado were
dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs.
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