Nyssa gate city journal. (Nyssa, Or.) 1937-199?, December 10, 1953, Page PAGE SEVEN, Image 7

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THE NYSSA GATE CITY JOURNAL. NYSSA. OREGON. THURSDAY. DECEMBER 10. 1953
nerspring cushion repair were plan­ recommended.
ned for project leaders One in Vale
The afternoon meeting was for
at the Episcopal church Nov 30. the the upholstery workshop project
other at the U. P. church in Ontario.
Dec. 1. All this leads up to the final leaders. They were taught how to
workshop in which the project lead­ measure a chair and figure the a-
ers will be taught how to upholster mount of material needed. Mrs. Car­
The county committee o i the Mal­ a chair. The dates are Fib. 10, 11, 12. ter will conduct a work-hop for the
project leader- in February. At that
heur extension units held their regu­ IS and 16.
lar meeting Monday. Nov. 23. at the
Mrs. T a ilor, 4-H chairman, re­ time they will actually upholster a
home oi Mrs. Francis Taylcr. She ported that there was a good turn­ chair. The project leaders will hen
served a luncheon at noon.
out for the 4-H leaders rally At this t arrange to hold a similar workshop
Mrs. Ellen Congrove. chairman, time most o f the 4-H members have •n the local units.
Malheur County Publicity Chr.
•'called
the
meeting
to
order.! received their pins and awards, and
Marion Peterson
Six members and the home agent \ many clubs have started their next
answered
roll
call.
Plans
for year's work. If you haven't organized
the upholstery workshops to be held in your community, do it soon. If
in the county this winter were dis­ you do not have a club and would
cussed. Mrs. Congrove will take the like one, contact Mrs. Francis Taylor
preliminary lesson to the Jordan or E. M. Hauser, Ontario.
Valley group Dec. 3. Footstool work­
Do you members of the units have
shops will be held in units over the any ideas for a theme for the home­
county for those that have joined the makers festival? If you have send
units since this lesson was given in them to Mrs. Sina Conner. Rt. 1,
In commemoration of the historic
the county. Two workshops on in- Ontario. She is the festival c h a ir -; first air flight of the Wright broth­
mand and is offering a prize for the ers. Orville and Wilbur, on Dec. 17.
1903. the library of Nyssa high school
one chosen.
SEND YOUR CLEANING
Four-H Leaders had a meeting is sponsoring a model airplane build,
with Jessalee Mallauieu at Boule­ ing contest, according to Mrs. Joseph
Brumbach, librarian, from wlbom
vard Grange hall. Friday, Dec. 4.
to
entry blanks may be secured.
Women of the Malheur county ex­
Classes in which models may be
tension units met in the U. P. church
at Ontario, Thursday, Nov. 19. The entered include solid, stick, free
purpose of the meeting was to learn flight, controlled flight, powered Jet
to choose suitable materials for up­ and rocket models. A prize will be
holstery o f chairs. Mrs. Carter, awarded to the best model entered.
Pick Up and Delivery
home furnishings specialist O.S.C.' Judges will be chosen from the
Monday — Thursday
gave the lesson and led the discus­ civil aeronautics patrol and the army-
Phone Parma 3-3131
I sion. Mrs. Carter showed samples air corps. The modeLs will be placed
Collect
and explained why some were a on display Dec. 19 and 20 in the!
good choice and others were not Nyssa Insurance agency office.
Extension Unit
Committee Holds
County Meeting
H.S. Library to
Sponsor Model
Plane Contest
PARMA
DRY CLEANERS
Trio Arrested For
Gas Theft Attempt
Attempted theft of g.. line in m
a car parked back of the B
E Cat
resulted ui the arrest of Steven M.
Matt
Int. Harvester
Show Set Monday
At Little Theatre
Announcement of the seven an­
nual free family party and new
Internal r.al Harvester equipment
show has been made by Dellin
Erickson, manager, Owyhee Truck
and Implement company, for Mon­
day. Dec. 14.
Starting at 8 p. m , Erickson said
the family party, to which are in-
vited customers and friends of the
company, will be held in the high
.-chool gymnasium.
Headlining the party is a five-act
vaudeville show. There will al-o be
movies depicting the square dance
of tractors as performed with Inter-
national Harvester tractors,
There will be refreshments for
everybody. Erickson said,
Assisting Erickson In the role of
the party are members o f
in- - tuff, including Mr- Chuck Lan-
' ■ ■ Hudson K.*bb. Floyd Brown,
Bill Schoen and Henry Storm.
Vaudeville acts include Bob Da­
mon. the master mystic who will
also serve as the show's master of
ceremonies: the Robertsons, in a
-tudy in balance; Billy Raye, the
ju tiling whirlwind; Gil Snyder, the
banjo artist, and Livvy Taylor, first
lady of music, who, in addition to
accompanying the others in the
:roupe, will delight all in her own
pot in the show.
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J. Madrid by city police Tue-day
and Wednesday o f last week, it w.i-
revealed this week. Madrid was
fined $50 and was released on the
agreement that the fine will be pi.d
later. Pasos and Martinez were
fined $50 each with $.’5 -u-pended
and each was placed on probation
for six months after they serve time
in Jail in lieu o f payment of the $.’5
fines.
Pasos and Martinez admitted to
police that they had moved iron
from a garage on Bower avenue with
the intention o f loading it in their
car
Guy W. Oglesby was arrested Mon.
day on a vagrancy charge and a $25
fine was suspended when he agreed
to leave town.
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INSTRUMENTAL C OM ERT
BY HIGH SCHOOL DEC. IS
A concert complimentary to the
public will be given Tuesday, Dec
15, by the instrumental nui-ic de­
partment o f the Nvssa high -chool,
according to announcement Tuesday
of Ralph Andersen, instructor.
The concert will be held in the
high school gymnasium, starting at
8 p. m.. with members of the band
and orchestra performing.
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Race For Lead
Still Torrid In
Women's League
4
Better For Baking
For
Green Pec is 45c Crisco
Sliced If You Like
Lb.
3
Pounds
89c
Lb.
Holiday
Lb.
Fine for Lunches—Sliced
More Meat
Lb.
Beef Stew
19< Picnic Ham s
Fine for Roasting
Lb.
Good Grade
39c
Lb.
O-So-Tender
29c B eef Roast
Big Franks
Th u n . Dec. 10— P-TA Christmas
Election of officer- and re-naming
program, 8 p. m. high school gym.
of the organization was effected
Pri., Dec. 11—Nyssa Rifle and Tue-day morning at a meeting o f
Pistol club meeting, 105 Main. 8 the Malheur County Ministerial as­
p. m.
sociation at Brownie's cafe.
Sat. Dec. 12—Boy Scout troop 419
Presiding over the session was the
Baked food .-ale, Nyssa Insurance! retiring president, the Rev. Raymond
office.
Wilson. Ontario, who gave way la
Mon., Dec 14—St. Paul’s Guild, the o.'fice to the Rev. John L BnehJ,
home of Mrs. Gram Rinehart, 8 Nyssa.
p. m.
Thurs., Dec. 17—Christmas party, j Other ministers elected to o ffice
Odd Fellow.-, Rebekah.s, hu-band.s were the Rev. Wayne Metz, Ontario»,
and the Rev. Stanley Andrews. Pay­
and wive-, I 0 .0 F. hall.
Fri. Dec. 18—Gate City camp of t ette.
By action of the group, the organ»
D.U P. will have annual Chri-tma-
party at the Nyssa stake house at iza: ion’s name was changed to the
7 p m. with a dinner being served Valley Ministerial association, mem­
at 7:30 Members and husbands are ber-hip in which was enlarged to In­
invited and each is to take a gift for, clude any evangelical minister in the
Lower Snake River valley.
a man and a lady.
Tentative date set for the next
Tues., Dec. 15—Nyssa Camp of
D.U.P. meet. 8 p. m. at home of Mr- meeting was Feb. 15, 10 a. m.. at
the Ontario Episcopal church.
Earl Bingham, 217 N 6th
ERROR MADE REPORTING
DONATION BY EAGLES
Five babies, two boys and three! In error, it was reported last week
girls, were given birth at Malheur that the Eagles lodge of Nyssa had
Memorial hospital during the past donated $26 to the Louie Vendrell
week, as follows:
Benefit fund when the amount was
Dec. 2 A son to Mr. and M rs.! actually $66. This amount was raised
Yoshio Ohashi, Ny—a.
in a bingo game.
Dec. 3—A daughter to Mr. and
In addition, the fraternal order
Mrs. Steve Gardner, Ontario (died donated $100 from its buffet, a c­
Dec. 4).
cording to Ken Renstrom, secretary.
Dec. 4—A daughter to Mr. and
Mr Kenneth Reece, Nyssa.
METHODIST CIRCLES
Dec. 5—A son to Mr. and Mrs.
TO MEET THURSDAY
Douglas Cruson. Nyssa.
Day-meeting circles o f the M etho-
Dec. 9—A daughter to Mr and
hurch h
Bounced their
Mr-. Wayne Robb, Nyssa.
meetings for next week as follows:
Dorcas circle, 2 p. m., Thursday,
NOTICE OF BOND SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN th at, at the home of Mrs. Oeorge Cole­
sealed bids will be received until the : man: Martha and Mary circle. 3
hour of 8:00 o ’clock P. M on Tues­ p. m., Thursday, at the home o f
day, the 29th day o f December, 1953.! Mrs. Henry Hartley.
and immediately thereafter publicly |
opened by the City Council of th e , CVRD OK THANKS
City o f Nyssa. Oregon, at the Council | We greatly appreciate all the as­
Chambers at City Hall in said City ' sistance, expressions of sympathy
for the purchase o f City o f Nyssa ; and thoughtfulness o f our friends
Street Improvement District No. 4 and neighbors following the acci­
General Obligation Bonds in the ! dent o f our son, Verl, and during
sum o f Forty-five Thousand and his hospitalization.
Mr. and Mrs. Grant Patterson
00 100 ($45,000.00)
Dollars, said
Verl Patterson.
48 - Ur*.
bonds being in denominations of
$500 00 and $1,000.00 each, all bear­
Too Late To Classify
ing date o f December 1, 1953 and
maturing serially in numerical order
FOR SALE—Christmas Trees, Ore­
as follows:
Date of gon Gate Cabins, 402 E. Main. 50c up.
Bond
48-2tC.
Numbers
Amount
Maturity
$ 500.00 Dec. 1, 1954
1
FOR SALE— Shetland pony. Howard
4000 00 Dec. 1, 1954
2 , 3 , 4 & 5
Fenn, Adrian.
48-ltp.
500.00 Dec. 1, 1955
6
4000 00 Dec. 1, 1955
7 , 8 , 9 & 10
500 00 Dec. 1, 1956
11
12, 13, 14 & 15 4000 00 Dec. 1. 1956
500.00 Dec. 1, 1957
17, 18. 19 & 20 4000 00 Dec. 1. 1957
21
500.00
Dec. 1. 1966
22, 23. 24 & 25 4000 00 Dec. 1, 1958
26
50000
Dec. 1, 1959
hoi G E N E R A L A M E R IC A
27, 28, 29 & 30 4000 00 Dec. 1. 1959
*a v *d 1 5 % on firo Intur-
31
500 00
Dec. 1, 1960
o n c e c o st * for o w n e r « of
32, 33. 34 <fc 35 4000 00 Dec. 1, 1960
500.00 Dec. 1, 1961
p re fe rre d p r o p e r t i e s ?
Nyssa Births . . .
Bulldogs Trip
Vale 43-47; Win
From Adrian
19c
Colored Oleo
S L A B BACG IN
Ministerial A ssoc.
I Coming Events J Meets
and Elects
Berrett’s Service and B & E Cafe
kept up their neck-and-neck battle
for first place in the Nyssa Women’s
Bowling league, each winning four
games Monday night but leaving
Berrett’s in top spot by half a game.
The wins were at the expense of
Leedy’- Gill (Berrett’s» and Brown­
ie’s Cafe (B & E Cafe).
Virginia Bybee and Fay Brown
captured all individual honors, the
former taking first in high series
and high game with 526 and 203
scores, and the latter taking second
with scores of 517 and 201.
Muir-Roberts - Burningham took
high team series with 1861 and
Bracken’s Dept. Store high team
game with 662, the latter also plac­
ing second with a score o f 1858 for
high team honors.
Team pairings for Monday night’s
play are as follows: Stunz Lumber
vs Leedy’s Grill (Payette), B & E
Cafe vs Muir-Roberts, Everybody’s
VS Brownie’s Cafe.
LEAGUE STANDINGS
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Berrett’s S e rv ice ___ __ 33’
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33
B & E Cafe
13
| Manser Inc. (Payette) 31
18
Bracken’s Dept. .......... 26
17
M.R. Burningham ___ 25
A s k us.
22
22
Stunz Lumber
500.00 Dec. 1, 1962
27
Lo:'dy'- Grill (Payette) 17
42, 43. 44 & 45 4 000 00 Dec. 1, 1962
13
31
Brownie’s Cafe
46
500 00 Dec. 1. 1963
34
10
Everybody's Inc.
35', 47, 48, 49 & 50 4000.00 Dee. 1. 1963
8'
Hospital
Said bonds will be sold to the
highest and be t bidder and for the
highest price obtainable, but shall
RENSTROM
not be sold for less than par and
accrued interest.
AGENCY
All o f said bonds shall bear interest
at a rate of not to exceed five per
Dial 6697
cent per annum, payable-annually,
both principal and interest payable
at the office of the City Treasurer
of the City of Nyssa, Oregon. All
Feeling their cats after success­ bids must be unconditional and be
fully testing their strength against accompanied by a certified check in
local class A and B ba-kctball teams, the sum o f Two Thousand Five
the Nyssa Bulldogs will journey to Hundred and 00 100 ($2,500 00) D ol­
LaGrande Saturday night for an lars to become the property o f the
intersectional game,
City of Nyssa if the successful bidder
j In a non-conference go with Vale fails to comply with the contract of
” high school at Vale Tuesday night, sale awarding said bonds to the
the Bulldogs came away the victor by bidder.
two points after a hotly contested
The approving legal opinion of
game. The final score was Nyssa 49, Win free,
McCulloch, Chuler
&
Vale 47.
Sayre, attorneys at law, of Portland,
It was a double victory for Nyssa, Oregon will be furnished the success­
since the B-squad also took a game ful bidder.
from Vale, 31 to 30.
The City Council of the City of
In the season’s opener against Nyssa reserves the right to reject
class B Adrian last Friday, the Bull­ any and all bids.
dogs tucked their first victory into
ROBERT M APPLEGATE
the caps with a lop-sided score of (Seal)
City Recorder
; | 56 to 20.
First publication Dec. 10, 1953.
The Nyssa B-squad. playing the
Last publication Dec. 24. 1953.
same night at Adrian, took its game
Ealing out is a great
by a similar lop-sided margin, the CARD OF THANKS
final score being 61 to 27
We wish to express our heartfelt
treat
for
everyone.
First home game for the Bulldogs thanks for the kindness shown and
Make it a family custom
will be next Friday night against for the floral offerings during the
Baker—also a non-conference a f­ death of our husband, father and
to dine here freqently.
fair. Nyssa plays a return game at brother, James Illet.
Baker on Jan. 2 and meets the Ad­
Mrs. James Ilett
rian Antelopes here Dec. 22.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Ilett and
family
Mr and Mrs. Herbert Ilett and
family
• DINNER PARTIES
Mr and Mrs. Chas Ilett and fam ­
ily
• GROUP LUNCHEONS
Plans were completed at the Tues­
Mrs. Ava Broughton
day night meeting of the Nyssa
Miss Myrtle Illet
Junior Chamber o f Commerce for
• FAMILY DINNERS
the Jay-C-Btte Christmas party for SON BORN TO FORMER
Saturday night.
SUNSET VALLEY RESIDENTS
In the form of a potluck dinner,
Word was received here this week i
the party, to be held at the American
Legion hall, -will consist of games of the birth of a son, Dennis Odell, I
to Warremt Officer and Mrs. Clar- !
and dancing.
On the Jaycee committe are Edgel ence L. Dadson In Newfoundland on
Wood, Ross Orover, Marvin WilsoB Nov. 19. Mr. and Mrs. Dodson are
former resident* o f Sunset Valley. '
and Dnle Moss, chairman.
Members of the Jay-C-Ette com ­ Mr. Dodson Is with the 950th Engl- j
mittee are Mrs. Lyle Miner, Mrs. neer Aviation Oroup and has been j
Marvin Wilson, Mrs. Ross Orover tationed at Pepperell Air Force base, i
and Mrs. Oeorge Oxnam, chairman. St. Johns, Newfoundland, since Oct. !
1952.
FRIDAY and SATURDAY
DECEMBER 11-12
No. 303
Roly Poly
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29c
Bring the Family!
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No. 303
3
All Flavors
For
Cans
Payette Valley
45c JE L L 0
Cream Corn
19c
JC. Jay-c-ette Party
Set Saturday Night
PRICES-Good Dec. 11 18—Friday to Friday
Brownie's
Caie
Free Prizes Saturday December 12
Also FREE Lunch to Everyone . . . Come Help Us Eat 1000 Hot Dogs
50 Gallons
Ice Cream and Drink 2000 Cups of GOLDEN WEST COFFEE.
1st Snow Blankets
Nyssa and Vicinity
EAT YOUR FILL AND NO BILL TO PAY
First snow o f the winter, one
inch, fell on Nyssa Monday, followed
by a two-inch fall Tu< day Prior to
that, and since last Wednesday, a
; total of half an inch of rain drench­
ed the a rei.
Lowest temperatures of the apa-son
were recorded Tuesday, the maxi­
mum being 32 degrees and the mini­
mum 21. Average day-time tempera­
ture was 41 degrees. Nights aver­
aged 34 degrees.
Max. Min. Prec.
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33
Wednesday. Dec. 2 44
37
30
41
Thursday. Dec 3
28
46
Friday, Dec. A°
29
18
Saturday. Dec. 5
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WILLIAM’S
FOOD
MARKET
Highway 20, 1 Mile North of Nyssa
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Tuesday, Dec. 8 _
Wednesday, Dec. 9
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CHRISTMAS HOTPOINT SPECIAL
F R E E TV
With every purchase of Hoipoint range and refrigerator
at regular low price Old Easy Ez will give you FREE
One TV Set Worth $200.00.
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20 So. nt si.
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