Nyssa gate city journal. (Nyssa, Or.) 1937-199?, April 22, 1954, Page PAGE TWO, Image 2

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    THE NYSSA GATE CITY JOURNAL. NYSSA. OREGON. THURSDAY. APRIL 22. 1954
PAGE TWO
CHURCH NOTES
LOCAL NEWS
Kingman Kolony Kontacts
Thursday. Mrs. Frank Skeen
and
Pamela and Paul visited Mrs.
ST. PAUL'S EPISCOPAL
Mrs. Ed L. B assett
Lloyd Robbins in Ontario.
CHURCH
Phone 089-J l l
The Rev. Carl H. Grots. Ph. D.
James Smiley of Mesa. Wash.,
DUANE H. A L T E R S - - ........................... E ditor and fubliaher
SUNDAY:
,!
spent the week end at the home
11:30 a. m., Sunday school and i
Duane R. Alter» and Geo. L. W horton. Owners
Mr. and Mrs. N. P. French were^trip to Eastern Idaho. On Sunday of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. S.
family service.
visitors
in the home of Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Dale Ashcraft drove W. Smiley,
WEDNESDAY:
SU B S C R IPT IO N R A TES
T/Sgt. and Mrs. Thomas Salz-
Mrs.
C.
A. Burd of Oregon Ave, to Unity to spend the day with
9-11 a m Kindergarten (church)
their son and family, Mr. and Mrs man of Denver visited a few days
Sunday afternoon.
In Malheur County. Oregon,
* | with her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. Tony Martinez Dick Ashcraft.
ASSEMBLY OF GOD
and Payette and Canyon
Mr and Mrs. John Cleaver were William Coleman and other rela-
and
family
were
Easter
Sunday
Rev.
Haskell
Friend.
Pastor
Counties. Idaho:
South 2nd and Reece Ave.
dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Thursday dinner guests at the tives. They were en route to
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Salvation-Healing revival now-
Jesse Martinez and family. After Paul Cleaver home. That evening Pomona, Calif, to visit relatives
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on each night at 8 o’clock except
dinner the two Mrs. Martinezs Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Van der there.
Saturday. All welcome.
Elsewhere kn the US.A.,
Larna Garner was a week end
went to Mount Butte and hid Pool visited at the Paul Cleaver
NATI ONAL
EDI TORI AL
10 a. m., Sunday school.
per y e a r ---------------- — H.bO
home.
!
guest
of Nancy Skeen.
Easter
eggs.
Later
they
took
the
11a. m , morning worship
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children
out
to
look
for
them
and
Mr.
and
Mrs.
Orland
White
of
Mr.
and Mrs. Russell A. Smith
r
"f
8 p. m , evangelistic service.
'J
U
found some were hid so good they King Ave. and Miss Melba FTice went by train to Portland Friday
(Strictly in Advance)
Tues., 8 p. m., prayer service.
A C ¡IV E M E M B E R
could not find them. That evening were Sunday dinner guests of Mr night. They were met there by
Fri., 8 p. m., young people ser­
the two Martinez families visited and Mrs. Raymond Price.
their oldest daughter and her
vice.
Published every Thursday a t Nyssa. Malheur County. Oregon.
Mr and Mrs. Lawrence Kreager family, who drove there from Al­
Rev.
Ronald
Bishop
j
the
f
ehx
Rodveuz
family
of
Weis-
Entered at the postoffice at Nyssa. Oregen for transmission
MISSIONARY BAPTIST
er.
and family visited with Charlie' *>any. They spent Saturday to -
through the United States Malls, as second class matter, under
The Rev. Ronald Bishop who
Mr and Mrs Claude Day and Schweiser in the Ontario hospital gether visiting relatives in and
CHURCH
has spent the last ten years as a family were Sunday dinner guests Sunday afternoon.
Elder William Turner, Pastor
the act of March 3. 1879
' " ear Portland. The Smiths re-
missionary to British Hondorus. at the home of her parents, Mr.
10 a. m., Sunday school.
Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Payne ate turned home on the Sunday
Central America, will speak at and Mrs. Silas Huffman.
11a. m., morning worship.
Easter dinner with Mr. and Mrs j morning train.
the Nasarene church Sunday
8 p. m., evening worship.
Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Wheeler
Mr.
and
Mrs.
Lynn
Hurst
at-
j
Walter
Long.
ATTEND MEETING IN BOISE
Wednesday, 8 p. m., prayer ser­ evening at 7:45 p. m.
Gregg and Johnny Theil and and family of Rupert visited last
tended
the
Beef
Feeders
day
that
j
Mr. and Mrs. Dwight Mason at­
Mr. Bishop, an interesting
— -
1 week end with Mr. and Mrs. C.
tended the Idaho Veter lanary vice.
speaker, will tell of his work and was held at the experiment sta-1 Mr. and Mrs. Harry Bolles were R. Kesler and Mr. and Mrs. V. L.
fishing
at
the
Owyhee
dam
Sun-
meeting at the Basque center in
in that Central tlon Wednesday
COM M UN ITY CHURCH experiences
Kesler. Mrs. Wheeler is a sister
Kose Willis
Boise Thursday evening Follow­ ADRIAN
Mr. and Mrs. Lyman Stockham j day.
American country.
UN ITED P R E S B Y T E R IA N
of Emma and Fern Kesler.
ing dinner, films were shown.
of
Buhl,
Ida.,
visited
with
his
sis-1
Mr.
and
Mrs.
Lynn
Hurst
and
Henry E . Moore. P asto r
Mr. and Mrs. A1 Law of May.
ter and husband, Mr. and Mrs. David took their lunch and went
Mrs. Don Patrick of Atwater,
10 a. m.. Bible school.
wood, Calif, and Mr. and Mrs. J .
Adrian
Presbyterian
Art
Sparks,
Tuesday
and
Wed-
to
the
Owyhee
dam
Sunday,
11 a. m , morning worship.
Calif., arrived Monday to stay English, Mr and Mrs. Darrell
nesday.
I There they had a picnic and fish- R. Dugal of Boise visited Tues­
11 a. m, Ju-Vor church.
several weeks at the home of her English and family, Mr and Mrs.
day with Mr. and Mrs. George
Church
Notes
folks, Mr. and Mrs. C. G. Brown. Pete Timmerman and family, Mr.
Verna Butler, Roy Beers, Mr. *<*•
McKee. Mrs. Law, Mrs. Dugal and
Special
services
were
conduct­
Paul
Neice
of
California
visited
and Mrs. A1 Thompson were Sun
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Eastman and Mrs Don Boren and girls of I O W Y H E E COM M UN ITY CHURCH
Mrs.
McKee are sisters.
ed at the Sunday morning Easter day dinner guests of Mr and Mrs. with his uncle. A1 Thompson,
Route 2, Nyssa
and Jennifer called at the C. G. Nampa.
service
with
special
music,
dedi­
Thursday.
Rev. K enneth Himple, P astor
Herschel Thompson and family.
Brown home Saturday.
Miss Hazel Hart of Walla Walla,
cations and a baptismal service in
Mr. and Mrs. Bill Toomb at­ ed on Mrs. Gertrude Harnet of
Phone 2737
Mr. and Mrs. Bob Brown and Wash., arrived Thursday to spend
Mr.
and
Mrs.
Gordon
Toomb
connection with the regular
tended the Tuesday evening sup­ Caldwell on Wednesday.
10
a.
m.,
Sunday
school.
were Sunday evening supper per pinochle party held at the
family and Mr. and Mrs. Jim a few weeks with her sister, Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Altig of
It a. m , Morning worship service. morning worship.
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Bill Toomb. Wesley Piercy.
Moncar and Kristine called at the Glen Pounds.
Greenleaf were Easter dinner
A
beautiful
silver
set
of
can-
7
p.
m
,
Young
Peoples
meeting
home of Mr. and Mrs. C. G. Brown
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Saari and
Jim McClure of the Newell
Mr. and Mrs. Jim Phifer and guests of her parents, Mr. and
delabras for the church sanctu­
8 p m , Evening worship
home Sunday.
girls spent the Easter vacation in
Heights
district spent Sunday at girls, Joyce and Mardelle Bowers, Mrs. Art Sparks.
Wed., 8 p. m , Bible study and ary were contributed to the
Mr. and Mrs. Claude Day and Hamilton, Mont., visiting Mrs. prayer meeting
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Cleaver and
and Richard Callahan picnicked
church by Mrs. Henderson and the Earl Kygar home.
Mr. and Mrs. Magnus Ekanger in the Nampa park and then went son were Easter dinner guests at
family were Friday evening din­ Saari’s folks.
daughters in memory of the late
ner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Henry
Mrs. Loura Smith spent Sun­
A. C. Henderson. During the dedi­ were Tuesday dinner guests at to the car races in Meridian on the home of Mr. and Mrs. Lynn
F IR S T
Metts. In the evening Mr. and
Day.
day afternoon at the home of Mr.
Easter Sunday.
catory service two grandsons of the Paul Cleaver home.
C hurch of C hrist
Mr. and Mrs. Willis Conant and
Mrs. A1 Parker visited at the Paul
Mr.
and
Mrs.
Bill
Toomb
at­
Mr. and Mrs Clayton Martin and Mrs. Claude Smith at the
the
Hendersons,
Clifford
Looney
(C h rlstU n l
and Mr. and Mrs. Henry Day at­ Owyhee Corners.
and Wayne Sparks, lighted the family were dinner guests of Mr. tended a D.H.I.A. meeting in On­ Cleaver home.
II. H. Powell, M inister
and Mrs. Glenn Brown on Easter tario on Wednesday evening.
Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Price
tended the Hot Rod races in Me­
candles in the candelabra.
Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Webb were Res. 414 Ennis
Phone 3384
Sunday.
and
Melba and Mrs. N. P. French
Cleon
Strawn
came
home
ridian Sunday afternoon.
dinner guests at the home of Mr.
Eleven persons joined the
Bible school, 10 a. m.
Mrs. Dale Ashcraft returned Thursday evening from New attended the Easter program put
Mr. and Mrs. Francis Deffer and and Mrs. Louis Schmitz in Vale
Worship and Communion, 11 a m church and 19 persons, including home Saturday after a two weeks Plymouth to spend the Easter on by the church choirs of Nyssa,
family had a picnic on the Owy­ Sunday.
three babies, were baptised.
Mid-week services, 8 p. m.
weekend with her parents, Mr. Sunday evening.
hee river Sunday afternoon.
Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Mackey
Mrs. William Toomb sang The
C.Y.Y., Sunday Eve. 7 o’clock.
Those from this community who
and
Mrs. Lester Strawn.
Mr. and Mrs. John Jarvis, Mrs. were Thursday evening guests at
Holy City and the special number Rev. Vern Taylor
Evening Services, 8 p. m.
attended
the Tommy Goodier
Sunday
dinner
guests
of
Mr.
Elbert Hatch. Mr. and Mrs. Bill the home of Mr. and Mrs. W. W
by the choir was Open The Gates
funeral
were
Mr. and Mrs. N. P.
and
Mrs.
Ronald
Batt
were
Mr.
Delivers
Message
of the Temple.
Willis, Billy and Marsha, Mr. and Webb.
B reth ren C hristian C enter Mission
French,
Mr.
and
Mrs. Claude Day,
and
Mrs.
Chester
Mills
and
boys.
The
Rev.
Vernon
L.
Taylor,
Mrs. James Stephens and Mr. and
Rev. Moore used as the theme
Pre-school P.T.A. held their
Elast 2nd and Ehrgood
Mr.
and
Mrs.
Oscar
Schafer, Mr
Mr.
and
Mrs.
Bill
Toomb
visited
Mrs. Jim Stephens and Delbert meeting at the home of Mrs.
for the morning sermon Our Methodist minister delivered the
10 a. m., Sunday school.
with his father, Robert Toomb in and Mrs. John Theil, Mr. and Mrs.
Easter
message
at
the
Methodist
Beautiful
Home.
attended a family picnic Sunday Gayle Martin Tuesday evening
11 ». m , morning worship
George Besendorfer, Mr. and Mrs.
church Sunday morning under Nyssa Saturday evening.
at the Twin Springs ranch near Six laides were present.
7:30 p. m„ evangelistic service.
Justine Kreager accompanied Art Sparks, Mr. and Mrs. Charlie
is the title, “Christ, Who Came To
Dry Creek. There were 30 people
The
Young
Peoples
group
Mr. and Mrs. Bill Ashcraft at­
invited to meet with the Roswell Stay”. Two services were con- Mrs. Guy Glenn to Boise Monday. Bowers, Mrs. Lynn Hurst, Jack
present.
tended a picnic at the home of
L. D.S. 1st WARD
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Long call­ Elliott and Cliff Beaumont.
Presbyterian Young People next j ducted.
Mr. and Mrs Willie McGinnis Mr. and Mrs. Forest Hamilton in
Charles M ann, Bishop
Special
music
was
furnished
by
Sunday at 7 p. m.
Nellie aand James called at tin Wilder and later spent the even­
9:15 a. m., priesthood meeting.
the chancel choir,and Mrs. Dwight
home of Mr. and Mrs. Alvon Me ing at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
10:30 a. m , Sunday school
SALVATION ■ HEALING MEETINGS
Wyckoff, who sang “The Lord’s
The
United
Presbyterian
Pres
Ginnis Sunday afternoon.
7:30
p.
m„
sacrament
meeting.
Bob Hamilton in Homedale.
Now on at ASSEMBLY OF GOD CHURCH Roece and 2nd St.,
bytery will meet with the Boise ] Prayer”
Mr. and Mrs. Jessie Dennis and
Tuesday, 2 p m., relief society.
Nyssa. Each night, 8 p. m. except Sat. All Welcome.
Mr. and Mrs. Bill Looney and
Claudia moved here from Kansas boys spent Sunday afternoon at
Wednesday, 4 p. m., primary; 7:30 Presbyterian Presbytery at Ros­
Bring
sick, afflicted, etc. GOD HEALS. Hear Evangelists
well
Friday,
April
30.
Dr.
Safford
City, Kan., for the summer. Mr a the Owyhee reservoir fishing.
n., m I. A.
Loyalty Dinner Held Lester, the
Blanche and Janice Berghuis of Grand Rapids, Minn,
will be here to meet with the
Dennis is the daughter of Claude
Mrs. Chuck Gilbert and Patty
combined group. Rev. Henry At Methodist Church
describe flying saucers, etc.
V Smith.
L. D. S. 2nd WARD
A Loyalty dinner of the Metho-
Moore of Adrian, and Rev. Ray
Junior Doty, son of Mrs. Irene and Mrs. Bill Willis spent Tues­
I). Hubert C hristensen. Bishop
mond Wilson, pastor of the On- ] dist church was given last Tues-
Doty arrived home Saturday on a day in Nyssa and Ontario on
9:15 a. m., priesthood meeting.
tario church will help in con­ day evening at the Christian
furlough from the Army. He has business.
10:30 a. m . Sunday school.
church with 210 guests attending.
ducting the communion service.
Mr. and Mrs. Jeoff Williams
Adrian, Oregon
txM-n stationed in Korea.
The dinner was given to launch
10 a. m , church school.
Charles Doty of Richland, Wash, and Mr. and Mrs. Bob Patterson
11 a. m., morning worship.
the fund raising campaign for an
spent the weekend at the home of spent Monday morning playing
Minister, Family
addition to the Methodist church
golf in Caldwell.
his mother Mrs. Irene Doty.
CH URl H O F C H R IS T
or a new church.
Go
to
Conference
Oliver Freel and Boh Webster
The Boy Scouts and Cubs are
P arm a, Idaho
Clyde Snider was master of
The Rev. and Mrs. Carl H. Gross
spent Sunday fishing on the Owy­ beginning their swimming les­
McConnel
Ave.
ceremonies.
Talks v^ere given as
and
son,
Carlo,
left
Tuesday
hee reservoir.
sons at Givens Hot Springs Sat­
O. E. Robinson, M inister
morning for Gearhart, Ore., Epis­ follows: Where Have We Been?,
Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Gossard urday morning April 24
10 a. m.. Bible study.
copal Conference Center, where Mrs. W. W. Foster; Why Are We
and family of Homedale were
Mr and Mrs. Wesley Tolliver
11 a. m., morning worship.
they will spend one month's vaca­ Going. Cliff Main; How Are We
Sunday dinner guests at the home and family spent Easter vacation
Going, on the Canvas, Hugh Tob-
of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Bicandi, at the home of Mrs. Tolliver’s par- ! 8 p. m , Sunday evemng service. tion.
Wednesday, 8 d m., Bible study
Grant Rinehart, lay reader, will ler and How Are We Going on
Sharon Freel went home with ents at Hammett, Ida.
be in charge of services during the Pledge, Melvin Ppitze; Why I
them to spend a few days.
Mr. and Mrs. Jim Lane and
Complete Spinning Outfit—
Want To Get Going Now, Dr. L.
TH E CHURCH O F T H E
Rev. Gross’ absence.
Mr. and Mrs Ray Holly and Myrna of Nampa. Mr. and Mrs.
NAZARENE
A. Maulding and Here We Go, the
girls and Mr and Mrs Rich Holly Keith Lane and daughter of Cald­
(Glass Spinning Rod,
Robert Jack son , P astor
Rev. Vernon Taylor.
and family were Sunday dinner well and Ronald Lane of Notus at­
CATH O LIC CHURCH
10 a m . Sunday school
Committee chairmen were Mrs.
Reel, Line)
........ ONLY $12.95
guests at the home of Mr. and tended the Adrian Presbyterian
P ark Avenue and Third S treet
11 p m., morning worship.
George Coleman, dinner; Mrs.
Mrs. Dan Holly.
R em bert Ahles, O. F . M.
church Sunday with Ross Lane
7 p m.. N .Y P 8 and Junior meet-
Mass Sunday at 8 and 10 a. m Hugh Tobler, dining room; Mrs.
Mrs. John Jarvis and Mrs. Bill They spent the afternoon with nga.
and daily at 8 a. m.
Clyde Snider, decorations and
Willis, Billy and Marsha called on Ross.
Open Face Spinning Reels
7:45 p. m , evangelistic service.
Saturday, 10 a. m . Catechism Mrs. James Stephen, arrange­
Mrs. Howard Connaughy and Dee
Hank Moore was a Saturday
$7.95
classes.
as low as
ments.
Dee Friday.
evening dinner guest at the home
COM M UNITY M ETH O D IST
Mr. and Mrs. K. I Peterson, of Mr. and Mrs. Bennie Keller in
CHURCH
Donna and Mervin were Sunday Payette.
Verno» L Taylor. M inister
dinner guests at the home of Mr
Glass Spinning Rods
Mr and Mrs. Chuck Gilbert and
9 a m. First worship service.
and Mrs C R Mill-;
girls and Mr. and Mrs. Bob Pat-
9 45 Sunday School for all ages.
S4.95
as low as
Mr. and Mrs Gayle Martin and terson and Grant had a picnic and
11 a. m. Second worship service.
family entertained at Easter din- did some fishing at the Owyhee
7 p m. Evening fellowship for all
ner Sunday Mr and Mrs. O J reservoir Sunday.
ages.
THE GATE CITY JOURNAL
J
Adrian News
SPRING SALE
Fishing Tackle & Picnic Supplies
B e rre tt’s C a fe
NOW O P E N U N D E R
NEW MANAGEMENT
Saturday and
M onday Surprises!
Your demand
our Saturday
here they
No phone
FINE FOODS of ALL KINDS
Drop In For Coffee
and
No. 1-TABLE LAMPS, Reg. $7.95 . . . ??
No. 2-INLAID LINOLEUM, Reg. $2.85 . . ??
No. 3-GYM DANDY-
2 Swings, Glider, Reg. $29.95 ..................??
No. 4-MAPLE CHEST-
of DRAWERS, Reg. $24.95 .................... ??
Get Acquainted
PETE and NINA SHAW
and RHODA FULLMER
New Managers
We Give S & H Green Stamps
Peterson Furniture Co.
•Til 8:00 P. M. Saturday
217 Main
e
S14.95
SI.98
.95
We have many famous spinning reels,
such as Mitchell ,Rue Sport, Bronson,'
O cean City, equipped with line—on
Shakespeare Wonder Rods, etc., ready
for you to try. Make your selection from
our large stock.
SPECIAL — Utility Metal Box — ideal as
tackle box or for safe keeping of your
important papers at home — FREE with
any $5.00 Purchase of Fishing Tackle or
Sporting Goods—at
Your Sporting Goods Headquarters
_ DON B. MOSS
. . . of . . .
B e rre tt’s C a fe
Nyssa
Tackle Box, Reg. $2.49
Bass Plugs, Reg. $1.50
We Serve You . . . .
was so great that we are extending
Suprise to include Monday . . . . So
are for Saturday and Monday.
calls and the supply is limited.
mm
Picnic Table
with dishes and tableware
service for 4. Reg. $22.95
Phone 9972
Firestone Store
Nyssa, Oregon