Nyssa gate city journal. (Nyssa, Or.) 1937-199?, January 21, 1954, Page PAGE SIX, Image 6

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    THE NYSSA GATE CITY JOURNAL. NYSSA. OREGON. THURSDAY. JANUARY 14, 1954
PAGE SIX
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Activities
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Carole Wilson, Editor
Phone 2233
ley, high and Mrs. Horner Brewer,
low.
Covers were laid for Messers and
Mesdames Joe Hob-on, Jim Langley,
Homer Brewer, Raymond Edwards,
Kenneth Saunders, Donald Wilson,
Eldon Barker, LeRoy Sewards,
Charles Belveal, and Bob Martin and
the Rev. and Mrs. Robert Jackson
_.;.
Brown Derby Restaurant Shares
Famous Black Bottom Pie Recipe
Members of the Junior Women’s
Amity club met Friday evening at
the home of Mrs. Frell Blair for an
informal evening sewing.
Refreshments were served by the
hostess.
The next meeting will be held
January 29 at the home of Mrs. C al­
vin Wilson.
N. C. Buck Celebrates
LOCAL NEWS
Kathleen and Ruth Ann Me Ginley, of Parma.
N. C. Buck celebrated his 73rd
Nicholas Haberchak returned F ri­
The evening was spent playing birthday anniversary Friday. Callers
The annual Bybee reunion was Mike and Gwen Robb and Kay and
day to his home in Big Sandy, Mont,
at his hone to wish him best wishes
bingo and Mrs. Wahlert served
field last week at the Nyssa stake
Fliessner
after spending a month visiting at
were Mr. and Mrs Cliff Beckstead,
Spanish dinner to her guests.
bouse. First on the adgenda of events
the home of his son and daughter-
Mr. and Mrs. D. E Mitchell. Mr. and
■ was a hot turkey banquet, served Jacksons Entertain
in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Victor Habur-
Mrs.
Joel
Mitchell
and
Mrs.
Mamie
The Rev. and Mrs. Robert Jack- Longs Guests In Payette
under the direction of Mrs. S. P.
chak.
son entertained at dinner Monday | ^
and Mrs Max
and fnn, _ Baker and their families.
Bybee
The Rev. and Mrs. Henry Gern-
and
Mrs.
Don
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evening
for
Mr.
Following dinner, a program was
ily were guests Friday evening in
hardt of LaGrande visited in Nyssa
presented with each family taking Seward of Parma.
Payette at the home of Mamie Doro­ Holcombs Entertain
Tuesday at the Cliff Main home.
Mr. and Mrs. Duane Holcomb
part Mrs. T. Carol Bybee intro­
thy and Sandra Ralstron. Major
Mrs. Bill Hamilton and Terry and
duced a new song she had written Birthday Party
and Mrs. H. C. Vick were visiting entertained Saturday evening at
Vickie and Mrs. Bill Blodgett and
and Just released from her publisher.
Tone Walhert celebrated her 9th there on return from two years their home at a no host dinner and
Billy left Monday to spend a week
During the business meeting Mrs birthday Friday evening at a party spent in New Poundland. They pinochle party. Gue.'ts were Mr. and
in Moses Lake, Wash.
Marvin Jeffries, secretary, read the at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Wilton showed films that they had taken Mrs. Floyd Hale. Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. George N. Bear
Robert Bowen and Mr. and Mrs.
minutes of last years meeting and Jackson. Guests were the Jacksons there.
! spent Sunday in Boise with friends
announced that the Bybee family and the Walherts.
Other guests were Mr. and Mrs. Mark Hartley.
at the Veterans hospital.
had done 141 temple endowments
Mrs. Hale won high score and
Jack Brooks and Mr. and Mrs. Ches­
during the past year.
“I
Robert Bowen won traveling.
Book Club Members
ter Ooodell of Payette.
Out of town guests were Mr. and H e a r Review Saturday
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Mrs. Gordan Ray of Boise, Mr. and
Mrs. Joseph Brumbach entertained Sunday Dinner Guests
Eagles Card Party
Black Bottom Pie as made by the Brown Derby restaurants in Holly­
Mrs Russel Jordan and family and members of the Book Club Saturday
Bridge, pinochle and canasta
Mr. and Mrs. Harry McGinley
wood and Beverly Hills is a favorite dessert with the movie stars. This
Mr. and Mrs. Carlos Loveland of afternoon In Big Bend. Mrs. Jack
games
were
in
play
last
Saturday
were dinner guests Sunday evening
rich chocolate chiffon pie can now be made at home for the film capital
Nampa, Mrs. Leonard Howes of
Elliot reviewed "Persia is My Heart’’ in New Plymouth of Miss Abbie evening at the Eagles card party.
restaurant is revealing the know hnw.
Adrian. Mr. and Mrs. Howard By-1
Brown Derby Black Bottom Pie calls for a high and delicate choco­
Pie and Coffee were served at the
by Najaft and Hinkley.
McGinley.
bee and family and Mrs. Florence I
late filling topped with whipped cream. The airy texture is achieved by
close of the evening.
Guests
were
Mrs.
Frank
Miller
Byber of Ontario.
using unflavored gelatine in a rich chocolate and custard base. The
Prizes were won as follows: Bridge,
The group meets each year on the ot Bi* Bclld- Mrs- Raymond Price IOOF Pinochle Party
filling though elaborate of looks can be prepared simply and quickly
..................
There were eleven tables of pin- Mrs. Ray Russell and Harry Miner;
in one utensil, the double boiler.
birthday of - the
late Mary - E. Bybee I of Parma and Mrs. Lester French
of Roswell.
ochle In play a t the IOOF hall pinochle, Mrs. V L. Kesler and
Brown Derby Black Bottom Pie
The group surprised Mrs. Elliot card party Saturday evening Jan u - Jam es Shaw and Canasta, Mrs. Uel
Guests In Nampa
1
envelope
unflavored
gelatine
1 cup icy cold evaporated milk,
Alsup and Dale Garrison.
Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Keislhorst with a tea towel and receipe shower ary 16.
cup sugar
whipped
High prizes were won by Mrs
wer< Sunday evening dinner guests
1 teaspoon vanilla
% teaspoon salt
Myrtle Kurtz and Carl Sebum. Sec- Dinner Guests
1 9-inch baked pie shell
1 egg yolk, slightly beaten
In Nampa of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Miss Smith Honored
Mr. and Mrs. George Bates of
1 cup heavy cream, whipped and
s* cup milk
Mi.vs Betty Smith was honor guest ond high was won by Mrs Audrey
Carter
4 squares unsweetened chocolate
sweetened
at a bridal shower given last Tues- Malloy and Dwight. Smith and Mrs. Boise were dinner guests Sunday of
Mrs. Frances Bates and Margaret.
Mix gelatine, sugar and salt in top of double boiler. Combine egg
day
evening
by
Mrs
Fred
Strasbaugh
Ann
Beers
and
Frank
Sherwood
won
Deweys Entertain
yolk and milk and .add to gelatine mixture. Add 3 squares of the choco-
Mr and Mrs. Harold Reitz and and Keitha and Mrs. Frances Bates traveling.
! late. Cook over boiling water until chocolate is melted, stirring often.
and
Margaret
at
the
Strasbaugh
Eldridges
Entertain
Refreshments
were
served
by
W
il.
family of Boise were dinner guests
Remove from heat and beat with rotary beater until smooth. Chill until
Mr. and Mrs. Tom Eldridge enter­
ma Ostrom, Helen Ostrom, Mrs.
Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Dale Dewey. home.
thickened. Fold in whipped evaporated milk and vanilla. Turn into pie
Miss Smith received many lovely- Emil Stunz and Mrs. Eddie Taylor. tained at their home Saturday even- \ shell and chill until firm. Spread with whipped cream. Shave remaining
ing with two tables of bridge. Guests
1 square chocolate into curls with vegetable slicer; place “lattice’’
gifts
and the hostesses served re­
Miss Hamilton Honored
fashion on top of pie.
were Mr. and Mrs. S. P. Bybee, Mr.
freshments
to
26
guests.
Women’s Fellowship Meet
Vickie Hamilton was honored on
GATE CITY
The general meeting of the Christ­ and Mrs. V. L. K< tier and Mr. and j _________________________ _________ _
tier third birthday at a party given
Mrs.
Gordon
Oxnam.
with
Mrs.
Ernest
Wilson,
Mrs.
Harry,
C. C. Cotton home. The afternoon
ian Women’s Fellowship was held
Friday afternoon by her mother, Wahlerts Entertain
CLEANERS
Mr. and Mrs. Oxnam won the Miner and Mr. and Mrs. Roy H o i-1 was spent playing pinochle and in
Mr. and Mrs. Bill Wahlert enter­ Thursday at the church beginning
M rc. Bill Hamilton. Tile afternoon
prizes.
mes,
as
host
and
hostesses.
was spent playing games and birth­ tained at their home last Saturday- with a 1 o'clock luncheon, served
the evening the group viewed TV.
Free Pick-up & Delivery
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day cake and ice cream were served evening for Mr. and Mrs. Bill under the direction of Mrs. Emerson
—*>
15 N. 2nd
Phone 2650
Happy Eight Club Meets
Wilsons Entertain
Ouests were Elaine Kurtz. Susan Stringer, Mr. and Mrs. Wilton Jack- Bingaman and Mrs. Webb Pennie.
Members of the Happy Eight Can- j Mr. and Mrs. Barney Wilson were Amity Club Meets
Hartley, Jimmy and Carolyn Cobern, son and Mr. and Mrs. Mark Purcell
Following dinner, Charles Ad-
dleman, executive secretary of the asta club met Friday afternoon at I host and hostess at a diner given
Christian church spoke to the ladies the home of Mrs. B B. Lienkaemper Sunday at their home. Guests were
Do You H ave PROBLEMS
and Mrs. Bingaman led devotions. Mrs. Wesley J . Browne was a guest Mr. and Mrs. Denzil Wilson of
Caldwell, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Wilson
Mrs. Richard Mason conducted a player.
Prize winners were Mrs. Browne of Parma and Mr. and Mrs. Ernest
short business meeting and Mrs.
W hich Life Insurance C an Answer?
Wilson.
Powell gave a short report on the and Mrs. Dale Garrison.
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outline of study for the next six
Then see . . .
Linda Myrick Honored
months.
Dinner Guests In Vale
Linda Kaye Myrick was honored
Mr. and Mrs. Tom Chandler and
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Everette D. (Mike) M ichaelson
on
her 10th birthday at a theatre
Dianna
and
DeLaine
were
Thursday-
Dinner Guests
party
Saturday
given
by
her
mother,
Mr and Mrs. Jed Lewis and Mr. evening dinner guests of Mrs. Alta
Mrs. Howard Myrick.
and Mrs. Bry Larson of Preston, Chandler in Vale.
Your
Guests were Don Shaw, Lynn
Idaho were dinner guests Sunday
Anderson, Laura Marie Moncur,
of Mr and Mrs. Lee Hansen.
EQUITABLE
* Irene Brower, Diane Cruson, Sh ar­
on Drown, Jean Baker, Paige Zo-
Dinner Guests
bell, Marla Christensen, Beverly
Agent
, Mr and M:= Jim Belveal and D 0 L 0 l . r f l 1 T o r l r t o
I Stockham, Andrew Child and Dick
da.uhtPi- xe~e dinner guests Tue.-- R “ D c K u I 1 L iO C ig e
Dial 3355
Mrs. Joe Bellon, district deputy- Lewis.
day evening at the home of Mr and
The guests returned to the My­
president of Yellow Rose Rebekah
Mrs. Don Wilson.
lodge and her installing officers. rick home for refreshments and to
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Mrs. C. A. Wernick, Nettie Bennett, watch TV. Miss Myrick received
BOB THOMPSON AGENCY
Thursday Evening Bridge
Mrs.
Nick Rudelick, Mrs. Harriet many lovely gifts.
Mr and Mrs. Edward Boydell
entertained members of the Thurs- Harris, Angie Cook. Bessie McCon-
day evening bridge at their home. Iie^ and Mrs. H. H. Kingrey in- Cradle Shower Given
A cradle shower was given Mon­
High score was won by Mrs. W’ar- stalled the 1954 officers into their
ren Farmer and second high by Mr respective chairs Thursday evening. day afternoon for Mrs. Frank
Farmer.
Elective officers installed were Skeen and her twins, Paul and
Mrs. Herb Cox, Noble Grand; Mrs. Pamela at the Skeen home.
The afternoon was spent playing
Mrs. Cobern Entertains
Uel ALsuP- vice Grand; Mrs ° wen
and
Mrs. George Cobern entertained Gann' secretar>'; and Mrs. Cedi "Baby”, a variation of the cootie
game. Prizes were awarded to Mrs.
members of her Tuesday evening ' '’rrlson- treasurer,
bridge club Prizes were won bv
APP°mtive officers are Mrs. Ike Frank Jayo, Mrs. Ellwood Flinders,
Roto-Rooter Sew er Service
Mrs Bob Wilson, high and travel-
\ S ™ G ’ ^
^
Dean Fife and Mrs. Mel Beck.
Ing. Mrs Hugh Tobler. second and ard sj ; raba“8h- R. S. V. G; Mrs
The stork fcheme was used in
Mrs. Dennis Toombs, L. S. V. G.; decorations and tiny stork favors
Mrs. Dwight Wycoff, low.
BROWER PLUMBING SERVICE
Blanche Hite, Chaplin; Mrs. Scotty were given each guest. A luncheon
Cohen, conductor: Mrs. Helmer Os­ was served by hostesses Mrs. Ellis
Dial 2322
Nyssa
Newcomers Meet
Men's Forrest Green 100% Wool
trom, Warden; Mrs. John Reeves, Field, Mrs. Ersal Beus, Mrs. Anna
Members of the Ontario New- O. Guardian and Mrs. Minnie Le- West and Mrs. Chet Bowns.
j comers club of Ontario met Thurs- uck, I. Guardian.
day at the Doll House for a business
Refreshments were served follow­
meeting and dessert luncheon. ing the business meeting by Mrs. Birthday Dinner Honors Two
Mrs. Howard Myrick was hostess
| Bridge and Canasta were in play Walter Fox, Mrs. H. H. Kingrey
at a birthday dinner Sunday in
I during the afternoon,
and Mrs. Nettie Bennett.
honor of her husband and Harry
Hostesses were Mrs. Lola Davis of
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Miner on their birthday anniver-
Ontario and Mrs. K A. Danford
series.
Order Eastern Star
1 and Mrs. Carl Barclay of Nyssa.
Besides the honored guests, cov­
Obligation Night
ers were laid for Mr. and Mrs. Lyle
Golden
Rule
Chapter
131
Order
Friday Evening
Lastern Star held Obligation night Miner, and Mrs. Harry Miner.
Dinner Guests
on Monday evening. The ritualistic
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Hartle and work in Candlelight was given by Dinner Guests
family were dinner guests Friday Worthy Patron Kenneth Renstrom.
Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Fry of Cald-
night of Mr. and Mrs. Leon Smith,
Visitors who were honored at the well were Sunday dinner guests at
In Adrian.
meeting were Mrs. H. H. Powell, the H. R. Sherwood home,
formerly of Whitestown. Ind ian a,!
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j Mrs. Cottle Entertains
now living in Nyssa. Mrs. Angie To Boise
Mrs. Kenneth Cottle entertained Cook. Esther chapter 11, Baker,
Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Tobler, Mr.
| the Tuesday afternoon bridge club Oregon, Mrs. Elmer Jaques, Logaute, and Mrs. Jim Elkins, Mr. and Mrs.
members at her home. Mrs C A. No. 19, Weiser, and Mrs. Fred Outh- j Frank Perko, Mr. and Mrs. Leonard
j Mally played as a guest.
rie.
Newgen and Mr. and Mrs. Hudson
Mrs. Henry Hartley won high
Social hour followed the meeting Robb spent Sunday In Boise at the
score and Mrs. A. C. Sallee won
second high.
Bvbee Reunion Held
IT S NO
TROUBLE
TO BE WELL
DRESSED
WHEN YOUR
CLOTHES
GO TO
DOUBLE
S &H
Elective Officers
Installed By-
Green Stamps
Saturday, January 23
V
All cash and layaway purchases in our
store. Example, dry goods variety items
or boats and motors, etc, made on Satur­
day, Jan. 23 will receive double S & H
Green Stamps. Credit purchases if paid
by February 10th will receive double
stamps.
WE STAND
BETWEEN
YOU
AND LOSS'
SEPTIC TANKS PUMPED
Specials This Week
WHIPCORD PANTS
Regular $12.95
MEAT
$ 6 .9 9
MEN S DRESS PANTS
lA Less
Gabardines, Tweeds, etc.
Wools and rayon
Assorted Colors.
DRESSES
June In January
COTTONS
j Guests in Vale
Mr. and Mrs. Soren Cox and fam-
| ily were dinner guests In Vale
Thursday at the home of Mrs. Cox’s
parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Saun-
ders.
Toni Todd and
Vicky Vaughn
Wednesdav Evening
Bridge Club Meets
$ 7 .9 8
Members of the W’ednesday even­
ing bridge club met at the home of
Mrs. V. Duus. Prizes were won by-
Mrs. Angle Cook and Mrs Dick
Stockham, high and Mrs. Bart Os­
trom. traveling.
+
New Spring Materials
in Spring Styles.
■
No-Host Supper
And Tarty Given
Oregon
-
TO KEEP
FOREVER
Nazar cue Golden Hour Mission­
ary members and their husbands
gave a no host Chicken »upper at
the Parsonage Thursday evening
Mrs. Kenneth Saunders had charge
of the program which featured
Raymond Edwards Following din­
ner, table immes s*ere played under
the direction of Mrs Don Wilson
Prizes were won by Mrs. Jim Lang-
FACES MAY
«CHANGE, PEOPLE
ito
May come and go, but a picture will remain the
same through the years. To hold the memory of
those important occasions that will never come
again, and to capture the faces of friends and loved
ones forever, a photograph will stop time for you.
For The Best In
Clear, Sharp Pictures. Developed With Care
call
114
s.
SCHOEN PORTRAITS
3rd
Phone 6648
IS YOUR B EST
FOOD B U Y!
Yes, for nourishment, savings and downright
enjoyment, MEAT still heads the list in your
food buying.
REMEMBER
For the best of
Custom Butchering and Curing
come to
FISCHER S LOCKER SERVICE
Open Til 6 P. M„ M onday Through Saturday
‘
western Alberta Ave. Did 3093, locker plant
U13103 slaughterhouse and cutting room.