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THE NYSSA G ATE CITY JOURNAL
Name make, helghth. width, and
depth as well as price. Boise Pay
ette Lumber Company.
RATES: Two cento per word for each Issue. Alter one month on< |
cent per word. Minimum, cash in advance, is 30c.
W ANTED — T o buy anything in
F *rf or "eal. Also buy banger cows
TO R SALE— Good 100 acre ranch, i or will handle for hide and offall.
Good modem improvements, $15,000 Phone 31M or 011J1
TO R SALE— Singer treadle sew See Frank T. Morgan.
4Jtfc. W ANTE D — Lady wants general
ing machine. Mrs. Frank Skeen,
1/2 mile west of Hashitanl corner. TOR SALE— Five acres, seven-room house work. Write P. O. box 757,
house and shop. Inquire at Bill's Nyssa.
FO R SALE— Three-room house 1 place west of grade school build-
with bath, $3047.05. Part . cash. ir.g.
acres, close In. Bernard
29Atfc ■ TOR SALE —Hay derrick. $50.90.
See Frank T. Morgan.
TO R S A L E -J o h n Deere-Model B
tractor. V em G am er Sunset Valley. TOR S A LE —Automobile Insurance.
Inquire at Jim Langtons store.
Public Liability, Property Damage,
Fire, Theft and Collision. Placed
FO R SA LE — 145 acres, 45 under in the best companies at lowest
water, livestock and machinery.
possible rates. Bernard Eastman.
Deep well. Soft water. Electricity.
Third cutting o f hay. Terms.
C. H. Douglas, 114 miles south
east of Napton Siding.
W A N TE D — W ill buy any model
Willys cars, highest prices paid,
telephone 144J. Watts Motor com
pany, Nyssa, Oregon, authorized
dealer, Malheur and Payette coun
W A N T E D —Dead or worthless ani
mals, horses, cows, calves, sheep
and hogs. Phone collect Nyssa 102W,
Payette 560J3. Fruitland 3713 or
LOST—One letter, write again.
Newton Dunn, Double-wear Cush
ion shoes, Weiser, Idaho.
FO R SA LE — Two shotguns. Phone
T O R R E N T— One 30x70 foot po
tato pit. One mile north Thom p
FOR SALE— 200 corral poles. Ros- son Oil on Third street. Dean Fife.
el Anderson. Route 2, Nyssa. 22A2p
LOST— Three car keys on chain,
with trinkets. Loren Calvert. Leave
FO R SA LE —Coal and wood Estate TOR RENT - Rooms, one mile west at Journal office.
Henry Fields, 5« First street. 22A2p j of Nyssa. Fred Lindner.
W A N T E D — T o trade 1938 G. M. C.
2/4 ton pick-up for car. Inquire
482 north Sixth street.
22A3xp W ANTE D — Farm Implement sales
man for Nyssa territory. Prefer
FO R SALE — One 3/4 ton Chevro local man. Steady employmet with
let pick-up, good shape, good rub ■guaranteed salary and generous
ber. Price $750. One mile north commission. See B. M. Morse, B.
Thompson O il on Third street. & M. Equipment Co., Inc., Cald
22A2xp well, Idaho, phone 167.
copies made of discharge papers as
required to obtain terminal leave
pay. 532 north 3rd.
MISCELLANEOUS— Storage. See
Jake at Fix-It shop.
M ISCELLANEOUS— For custom
TOR SALE— 60-acre dairy farm, W A N T E D - T o trade one-half ton combining phone 28R4, Parma or
modern house, with good outbuild 1937 Dodge pick-up, with good tir write Martin Tuttle, route 2, Par
ings. A. L. Atkeson.
15Atfc. es and good motor, for truck. W ill ma.
TOR S A L E - Flesh man place. 100 ^
difference for later mod-1,
MISCELLANEOUS — Guaranteed
acres, modern Improvements, See
Runcorn, route 2, Jeffer-
sewing machine repairing. Complete
Frank T. Morgan.
stock of new parts for all machines,
TOR SALE— 1942 Ford Jeep, $900. W ANTE D — Janitor for St. Paul's including electrics. Rebuilt mach
New top and spare tire. 1942 W ill Episcopal church. Phone 122W ev ines for sale. Buy and trade. F
"Lete” Sackett, Ontario.
ys Jeep, $850. First class condi enings.
tion. Powell Service station. 22Atfc W A N T E D
Hop pickers. Register
FO R SALE1— Unfinished
wooden now, 25 acres late clusters. Picking
stools, various heights, handy for ■will start around first of Sept.
worjc about the house, office and W rite or contact Robert Runcorn,
packing sheds. Nyssa Furniture route 2, Jefferson drive, 7 miles
lAtfc. southwest o f Nyssa.
MISCELLANEOUS—For better ra
dio service bring vour radios to
Nordale-Newsom Furniture store
C.ene Seybold, radiotrician. 13JtIc.
MISCELLANEOUS— Duplicate car
and cylinder lock keys made. Gam
FO R S A L E Modern two-bedroom W ANTED — Someone interested In
house with basement, three lots, selling real estate who lives In
trees. lawn, shrubbery and electric "****■ For Interview write or call
Custom butchering every Mon
water heater. Bernard Eastman, tic i mana8er
Ontario office, 168 day and Friday. Beef, sheep and
---------------- ---------------------------East Idaho street or phone 420R,
TO R SALE— Linoleum to cover 14 j Ontario.
Don M. Graham
PH YSIC IAN S
O PT O M E T R IST S
S A R A Z IN CLINIC
Dr. J. J. Sarazin
Dr. K E. Kerby
Physician and Surgeons
DR. J. A. MC F A LL
DR. JOHN E A S LY
Phone 21, Ontario, Ore
The American Legion
Holds regular meetings JEWELRY STORE
First and Third Thurs Official Tim e Inspector for
days, every month.
O N T A R IO
All veterans and service
men and women are Sales Sendee Supplies
welcome to attend our
W O R LD
N YS SA
. F. BODMER
Cleaner & A ir Purifier
E. R. Anderson
Rt. No. 3 Sunnyside,
New or old floors sand
and experienced oper
ators. Telephone Boise
JE W E LR Y STORES
Union Pacific Tim e Inspector
JEW ELRY — DIAMONDS
Main Street a. Second
J. R. C U fÎD A L L
Fire and Automobile
ing, Lathe work. Parts
Nyssa Post No. 79
Reboring, Valve Grind
L. A. Mauldini;. M. D.
Physician and Surgeon
Hours: 10 to 12 and 1 to 5
thte week. Mrs. Albertson is a sis
made of the remaining assets. i that date, Glen L. Hutchinson,
ter of Mrs. Sevell.
Hilda L. Tensen, Administratrix,
Mr. and Mrs. Allen Hathaway
[ announced today.
Estate of Herschel Q. Johnston,
and family of Pendleton spent
Saturday afternoon with his sister
and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Frank
First Pub. Aug. 22, 1946
Johnson, and family.
Last Pub. Sept. 19, 1946.
Mr. and M ^ T T lo y d Cloward | Bud Moatz left Thursday night
are hosts to Mr. Clowards par for Salem to visit his sister, Mrs.
NO TICE OF F IN A L HEARING
ents and two sisters and a brother Ralph Reis, and family.
N O TICE H EREBY IS G IVEN: of California at their home this
Mr. and Mrs. Marion Sevell and
N O TIC E O F F IN A L HEARING
Lloyd, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Albert
N O TIC E IS H EREBY GIVEN, That That D. L. Aderson, Administrator week.
P. F. C. Delbert Cleaver arrived son and Betty and Franklin, Mr.
J. C. Greer, Administrator of the of the estate of Hyrum B.WilUams,
estate of Thomas E. Oreer, deteas- deceajsed ^
f.ied in the County home Wednesday after receiving and Mrs. E. M. Sevell and Darryl
an honorable discharge. He spent Lee, Mr. and Mrs. Woodrow Sevell
ed, has filed In the County Court
Court o f the State o f Oregon for
the past year in Japan with the and Jeannie and Frances, Mr. and
of Malheur County, Oregon, his
I Mrs. Kenneth Baker and Larry
first and final account of his ad Malheur County, his first and final armed forces.
Mr. and Mrs. Willis Bertram and and Linda and Mr. and Mrs. Bill
ministration, and that Tuesday, account of his administration, and
September 3, 1946 at the hour oi the County Judge has fixed Oct Mr. and Mrs. Alva Goodell attend Blakesley enjoyed a picnic at Owy
two o'clock pjn. and the County ober 1, 1946 at the hour o f 11 ed the rodeo at Homedale Sunday. hee dam Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Thompson
Lester and Alvin Cleaver toak
Court Room at Vale, Oregon, have o' ¿ick A. M. as the time and the
been fixed as the time and place County Court Room In Vale, Ore a truck load of peaches to Unity and family spent Sunday with her
Mrs. Ray O riffltts and Glen have parents, M r and Mrs. Alvie Lanfear
for the hearing of said account and gon, aa-rihe place for hearing said
any objections that may be filed account and any objections that returned home from Rocky Ford, f Caldwell.
thereto, when and where any per may be made thereto. All persons where they visited relatives for j Miss Donna Chesney is attend
ing school at the Adventist acade
son interested in said estate may interested in said estate are noti- the past two weeks.
appear, file objections in writing fled to be present and file any
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Taylor and my in Nampa.
objections they may have to said children and Mr. and Mrs. Lester
Mr. and Mrs. Marion Sevell and
and be heard thereon.
Said account is for final settle account and the settlement there Jamison were Sunday dinner guests Woodrow, Mr. and Mrs. Frank A l
bertson and family, and Mr. and
ment and upon being approved and of and be heard thereon.
at Lloyd Cloward home.
This account is for final settle-
Mr. and Mrs. Troy Meier and Mrs. E. M. Sevell and Darryl spent
settled estate will be closed and
the administrator discharged. July ment and upon being approved, the Mrs. Maze o f Nebraska are visit- several days fishing near Cascade
estate will be closed, the distribu ng at the S. B. Hoffman home. last week. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Blake
J. C. Oreer, Administrator tion made of the assets remaining Mrs. Melr Is a sister of Mrs. H off sley stayed at the Sevell ranch and
Estate of Thomas E. Greer, in the hands of the Administrator man and Mrs Maze is the mother helped Lloyd while they were gone.
Deceased. and said Administrator will be f Mrs. Hoffman.
| The Do-More 4-H club was very
Elizabeth Goodell left Monday well represented last week at the
D. L. Anderson, Administrator of for Boise, where she has employ Payette county fair. In the dairy
SUMMONS FOR PUBLICATIO N
IN THE C IR C U IT COURT OF the Estate of Hyrum B. Williams, ment.
¡class, Wayne and Jimmie Dur-
THE STATE OF OREGON FOR Deceased.
Mr. and Mrs. S. B. Hoffman rington Terral and Velda Samuels
THE C O U N TY OF MALHEUR
had as dinner guests Sunday the placed first, with Jimmie Durring
Last Pub. Sept. 19, 1946
W illiam C. Boyce, Plaintiff
following: Mr. and Mrs. Troy Meir ton placing first with his guernsey
and Mrs. Maze o f Nebraska, Mr. heifer in the guernsey cattle class,
NO TICE FOR P U B LIC A T IO N
H. E. Fuqua, Trustee and all other
and Mrs. Loyd Calbo of California, j Evelyn Evans placed second. In
Department of the Interior
unknown claiming any
Mr. and Mrs. Orville Maze and £ ie beef class Larry Richard and
Bureau of Land Management
right title or interest in or to the
daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest - .oger Jenkins placed first and
NW1/4 of the NW1/4 of Section
Maze and son, Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur 'Horace Wood, third. Lester Parker
23, Twp. 19 South, Range 46 E.
Anderson and children, Mr. and placed first with his hereford gilt.
W. M. in Malheur County, Ore N O TIC E is hereby given that Mrs. Claude Day and family, Mr. Terral Samuels placed first with
Harold Rookstool of Rt. 2, Nyssa, and Mrs. Jim Ritchie and children, with his rabbit. Wayne Durrington
Oregon, who, on January 3, 1939. Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Hoffman, Mr. placed second with his lamb. In
T o H. E. Fuqua, trustee and all made original homestead entry, and Mrs. Alvie Pomplun, Mrs. Myr sewing Barbara Orcutt placed first.
other persons unknown claim ing'A ct 6-17-02, No. 03131L for Farm tle Bartholoma and Dorothy and Jacalyn Orcutt, Velda Samuels,
any right, title or interest in or to Unit "B ” or the E1/2SE1'4 Sec. Johnnie, Mr. and Mrs. Hugh H off Evelyn Evans and Alta Conner
the NW1/4 of NW1/4 of Section 7 and
18, man and daughters and Leland placed second. In canning Mary
23, Twp. 19 South, Range 46 E. W. j Township 21S, Range 46E, W ill- Hoffman.
| Jo Jenkins with divisions one and
M. ------------- Defendants:
lamette Meridian, has filed notice
Mr. and Mrs. George Cleaver two placed second in each. Delora
IN TH E NAM E O F THE S T A T E o f intention to make final Proof, and Delbert and Donna Belle Sager placed second. In the style
O F OREGON, you are hereby not- to establish claim to the land ab- Goodell were in Caldwell Monday. review Barbara and Jacalyn O r
ified to appear In the above en-|Ove described, before Frank T.
Mr. and Mrs. Olenn Hoffman cutt and Velda Samuels placed
titled court and cause within four j Morgan, Notary Public, at Nyssa, entertained the members of the second. In fitting and showing
weeks after the date of the first j Oregon, on the 7th day of October, Out Our Way club and their Wayne Durrington, Richard and
publication o f this summons, which j 1946.
friends at a weiner roast at her Rodger placed first. Terral and
date is August 15th 1946, to wit:
Claimant names as witnesses: home Sunday. Those attending Velda Samuels placed second.
On or before September 12th 1946 Forrest Dennis of Adrian, Oregon, were Mr. and Mrs. Howard Day
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Peterson of
said date being the last day o f ! Leo Ohard and Ernest Smith, both and daughters, M r and Mrs H. L. Notus, Mr. and Mrs. Scot Morrell,
four weeks from the date of the ¡of Rt. 2, Nyssa, Oregon and Frank Day, Mr. and Mrs. Bishop and
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Stuart and
first publication o f this sumiqons, j Rookstool of Rt. 1, Nyssa, Oregon, children, Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Top-
Mrs. Norene Embree, all of Long-
and answer the said complaint, and | Elizabeth M. Kennedy, Clerk.
liff and Elizabeth Goodell.
mont, Colorado, and Mrs. Roberts
If you fail to answer, for w a n t1 First pub. Aug. 29, 1946.
Mr. and Mrs. George Cleaver of Trent, Nebraska called at the
thereof, the plaintiff will apply to ¡Last pub. Sept. 26, 1946.
and Delbert and La Vem, Bern F. A. Johnson home Sunday.
the court for the relief prayed for
ice Bowen and Donna Belle Good- | Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Vanderwall
A D M IN IS T R A T O R ’S NOTICE
In his said complaint on file here
el! called at the Mike Dury home and Mr. and Mrs. Oarl Hansen of
TO CRED ITO RS
at Fruitland Sunday.
Nyssa were callers at the F. A.
This suit is brought for the pur- IN THE C O U N TY COURT OF
M r and Mrs. Glen Hoffman were Johnson home In Nu-Acres Sun-
pose o f obtaining a decree quiet- TH E STATE OF OREGON FOR in Ontario Saturday.
|day. Mr. and Mrs. Hansen and
ing the title in the plaintiff to THE C O U N TY
M ALH EUR
Mr. and Mrs. Johnson visited in
the Northwest quarter o f
th ej In the Matter o f the Estate of
Notus Monday evening at the Carl
Northwest quarter of Section 23, N IC K ESCA, Deceased.
Township 19 Range 46 E. W. M., I N O TICE IS H EREB Y GIVEN,
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Albertson * Mr. and Mrs. Leon Burt and
in Malheur County, Oregon.
that the undersigned, J. E. Camer-
Rodney were in Vale Sunday.
This summons is published by on has been appointed Adminis- and Betty and Franklin o f St. Jo
| Mr. and Mrs. Warren A. John-
order o f the Hon. M. A. Biggs, C ir- tratar of the Estate o f Nick Esca, seph, Missouri are visiting Mr. and
I on, attended the rodeo in Home-
cuit Judge, dated August 13, 1946, Deceased, by the County Court of Mrs. Marion Sevell. They arrived
prescribing that this summons be Malheur County, Oregon, and has last week and will remain mo6t of
W ANTE D — T o trade 1937 Pontiac pork. Sanitary butchering guaran
and 1935 Chevrolet truck, with ex teed. Phone 05R1. All stock must
cellent tires and good grain anti come in Thursday or Sunday after
beet bed for late model car. Leon noon between 12 o'clock and 6. No
stock accepted on butchering day
Child, phone 05R3.
22A2xp One mile west of Nyssa on Alberta
W ANTED —
safe. avenue. Jake Fischer.
by 18 room. Phone 10R.
TH U R SD AY, A U G U S T 29,1940
W. F. JA H N
J. C. KRUL
Dealer in hav and grain
No. 1st St.
Third at Good Ave.
M EM ORY
Uie "Ice Cream So
cial" was the annu
al event to raise
money for the chur
ch? Ten cents would
buy a heaping dish
of ice cream with
a piece o f light or
dark cake. A fter the
eaten the boys and
to play Drop the
H ’dkerchlef or Lon
don Bridge. Remem
FUNER a L
served by publication thereof, once | ualified.
each week for four consecutive and I NOW THEREFORE, all persons
successive weeks in the Gate City having claims against the Estate
Journal, a newspaper published in f Nick Esca, Deceased, are here-
The y notified and required to present
date of the first publication here- the same with proper vouchers
of is August 15, 1946 and the duly verified within six months
date of the last publication is j rorn the date of this notice, to
September 12th 1946.
the undersigned, J. E. Cameron,
A. L. Fletcher, Attorney
'at the law office of Charles W.
For the Plaintiff.
¡Swan, First National Bank Build-
Residence and Post O ffice add ing. Vale, Oregon, which place the
ress Nyssa, Oregon.
undersigned selects as his place of
business In all matters connect
NOTICE OF F IN A L H E AR IN G ed with said estate.
N O TICE H EREBY IS G IVEN,
Dated and first published Aug
That Fiank T. Morgan, the admin ust 29, 1946. Date o f Last Publica
istrator of the estate o f Charles tion September 2a. 1946.
C. Wilson, deceased, has filed in
J. E. CAMERON
the County Court o f Malheur
Administrator of the Estate
County. Oregon, his first and final f Nick Esca, Deceased.
account of his administration, and
that the first day of October, 1946,
at 11 o'clock A. M. and the Coun
ty Court Room in the City of Vale,
Oregon have been fixed by the
Court as tlie time and place for NEED IS U R G E N T T O R SEED—
the hearing o f said account and
The demand for hay and pasture
any objections thereto, when and eeds is still far in excess of cur-
where any person interested in ent supplies and farmers are urg
said estate may appear and file ed to harvest every passible pound
written objections thereto and be to meet requirements in this coun
heard thereon. Said account is try and in areas being rehabili
for final settlement and upon be tated abroad. Provisions o f the
ing settled and approved said es agricultural conservation program
tate will be closed, the assets dis to encourage seed production are
tributed to the persons entitled continued for the 1946 program,
thereto and said Administrator dis with a special congressional ap
propriation supplementing practice
August 13, 1946.
payment funds to help farmers
Frank T. Morgan,
harvest low yielding acreage. Far
Administrator of the estate Of mers cooperating in the A A A con
Charles C. Wilson, deceased.
servation program may earn a
1st pub. August 15, 1946
practice payment up to 3.50 per
la s t pub. September 12, 1946.
acre for harvesting alfalfa, red
NOTICE OF F IN A L H E AR IN G clover or alsike clover, the three
G IVEN , seeds needed most. In addition. |
That Hilda L. Tensen. Admlnis- j he 1946 A A A conservation program j
tratix of the estate o f Herschel Q provides payments o f 7 cents a
Johnston, deceased, has filed in Pound for alfalfa and alsike clo
the County Court for Malheur ver and 9 cents a pound for red
County, her first and final acc- clover on seed sold Into commercial
ount of her administration: That channeis. prior to January 1. 1947
the County Judge has fixed Tues- The poundage payments are more
day. October 1. 1946 as the time than double the 1945 rates, giving
and the County Court Room in evidence of the urgent need for
Vale as the place tor hearing and farmers to save clover and alfalfa
settlement of said estate.
All persons interested to said *s- though low yields are in prospect,
tate may appear at said time D A IR Y P A Y M E N T S ENDS AUO-
and place and file objections in V S T 31—The dairy production pay-
writing to said account and be ment program for the second quar-
heard themm. This account U ter of 1946 cloaes on August 31
for final settlement and upon be- Producers who have not yet applied
Ing settled and approved said es- for thetr payment on milk and
tate will be cloaad. the administra- butterfat sold in the Aprtl-June
trix discharged and distribution period will need to do so before
MR. BEET GROWER—
Place vour order now for
THE LINDEMAN BEET LOADER
Cleanest loader on the market
Supply limited— Give us your order now,
save labor costs later.
KROPP AND SONS
Dr. G. W. Graves
Now at his new modem offices
718 Arthur St.
(Directly across from the American theater)
Applications for employment during the
coming beet processing campaign are now be
ing received at the Nyssa factory. A ll former
campaign employees as well as others who arc
interested in working should file an applica
tion at once.
The regular work week will be 56 hours
(seven 8 hour shifts). Time and one-half will
be paid after the first (40) straight time hours
worked. The lowest hourly rate paid for men
will be eighty-five (.85) per hour for the first
40 hours worked, and one and one-half ( i y 2)
times that rate for the next 16 hours worked.
The above rate will make $54.40 for a 56
hour work week.
The campaign will start about September
23 and will run for approximately 140 days,
due to the large beet acreage that will be har
vested this year.
The Amalgamated Sugar Co.