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Lois Spitze Departs by Jet Plane
To Attend Conference in Nebraska
THURSDAY, DECEMBER 31, 1964
THE NYSSA GATE CITY JOURNAL, NYSSA, OREGON
Coming Events . . .
Dec. 31—New Year'» eve party
at Eagles hall.
Dec. 31. 9 p.m-—New Year'* eve
dance at LDS stake house.
Jan. 2, 9 p.m.—First ward Gold
and Green ball in L D S stake
Jan. 2, 8:30 p.m.—Pinochle par
ty at Oregon Trail hall.
Jan. 4, 8 p.m. — Eastern Star
"obligation night" meeting in the
Yule Party Held Floods, Auto Mishap
Injuries Quell Yule
For Farmerettes Happiness
Newell Heights—Mr. and Mrs.
At Nielsen Home Duane
Fenn and his parents, Mr.
Parma Community Hall Is Scene
Of Seward Family Holiday Events
* Mr. and Mrs. Roy Rookstool
By Mrs. Waldo Smalley
* Christmas eve dinner guests at
By Mrs. Dick Corn
By Farmerette Club
APPLE VALLEY — Family and the Ron Rookstool family
ARCADIA — Miss Lois Spitze i the L. R. Price home in Apple
NU ACRES — Members of the ’ from Portland on Tuesday morn members of Mrs. Jennie Seward were Christmas evening dinner
left Monday from Pendleton by Valley were Mr. and Mrs. Orland
Farmerette club held their an ing, Dec. 22. Duane had been re held their annual Christmas din guests of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Wright
jet plane to attend the Methodist White and Lucille, Mr. and Mrs.
nual Christmas dinner party on leased from a hospital in the Rose ner and gift exchange Friday at ' of Parma.
Student Movement conference be Doyn Price and family of Pendle
Dec. 23 at the home of Mrs. Effie city with plans to spend the the community hall in Parma.
Visit in Parental Home
ing held this week in Lincoln, ton, Mr. and Mrs. Norman Price
Nielsen with Mrs. Lois Kersey Christmas holidays with his fam
There were 45 in attendance for
Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Mittleid-
Neb. She is a delegate for the
and other officers as hostesses.
er and three sons of Portland
Wesley Foundation at Oregon (Price and family, Mr. and Mrs.
Highlights of the gathering
The two couples became strand
! J. W. Price and family of Ontario.
have been visiting her parents,
State university in Corvallis.
were a turkey dinner and ex
ed at The Dalles, due to flooding
and Mrs. Alex Wagner and
EXPRESSION OF THANKS
Freak Windstorm Hits
conditions and were forced to spent the weekend with his par other relatives the past two
A freak windstorm last Sunday
Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Foster and
spend two days in a motel there. ents, the Rev. and Mrs. R. O. I weeks. They expect to leave for
family of North Hollywood, Calif., | blew the roof off a barn belonging Drs. K. E. Kerby, K. A. Danford
On the third day, they started Jackson at Twin Falls. Lyle home this week if road conditions
are guests this week in the Mel i to Keith Moss, with an estimated and the staff at Malheur Memor
Roy McKague of Marsing was again on their journey home, got Jackson returned home with them are favorable. The Wagners, Mr.
vin Spitze home while they visit damage of $1000.
a Wednesday afternoon visitor at to Bend and just after they had to enter Northwest Nazarene col I and Mrs. James Striker and
friends and relatives in this area.
Bob Bowers of McCall spent ceived during my recent hospi the home of his brother, Mike crossed the pass, learned that the lege at Nampa for the second daughter and the Mittleider fam
talization. I also want to thank
road was closed behind them.
Mr. and Mrs. Ben McConnel from Wednesday until Sunday at Merry Matron club members and McKague.
ily were Christmas dinner guests
Mr. and Mrs. M. A. Jones left
and family, Mr. and Mrs. Curtis the home of his parents, Mr. and neighbors for food brought to my
While at Bend, the Carl Fenns
of Mr. and Mrs. Phil Bales.
Dec. 20 for Springfield, Ore., to received word that their son,
Foster and family, Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Clyde Bowers. Other guests home during the holidays.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Simmons,
spend the holidays with their Kenneth of Maple Valley, had of Boise were Sunday dinner
Melvin Spitze and family were for Christmas dinner were Mr.
and Mrs. Charlie Simmons
son and family and also to be been injured in an automobile
Christmas dinner guests in the and Mrs. Don Bowers and family.
and son, all of Boise, Mr. and Mrs.
come acquainted with a new mishap and was hospitalized in
Oscar Bratton home.
Christmas dinner guests in the
Freeman of Monroe, Ore., were Larry Simmons, Mrs. Verda Ni
Karen and Sherry Hust of Pro Dick Corn home were John Se
Renton, Wash. They boarded a Saturday afternoon guests in the chols and Gordon, all of Cald
vo, Utah, are spending the holi bum and Mrs. Golda Roper.
plane to Renton, while the Duane Standal home.
well, were Christmas dinner
Dec. 24—To Mr. and Mrs. Ar
days with their parents, Mr. and
Mr. and Mrs. Merildean Rob nold Lewis of Vale, a 7-pound, home recently from Willamette Fenns continued on their trip
Mr. and Mrs. Bob Shippy and guests of Mr. and Mrs. Rex Ni
Mrs. George Hust.
home to Ontario.
bins and family, Mr. and Mrs. Ed
son of Weiser spent the weekend chols. The Charles Simmons fam
more student. She expects to re
Mr. and Mrs. Otis Bullard vis Henderson of Apple Valley, Mr. 9- ounce girl, Mary Jo.
The injured son was returning with the Earl Bostons. Christmas ily spent the weekend in the
turn to Salem on Jan. 3.
ited Sunday evening at the John and Mrs. Glen Henderson of On
home from work, hit a slick spot dinner guests in the Earl Boston Nichols home.
lor Phillips of Parma, a 7-pound,
in the road, his vehicle struck a home were Mr. and Mrs. John
tario were Christmas dinner 14 Vt -ounce son, Kirk Taylor.
Visit Student Grandson
Hold Christmas Breakfast
Guests for a buffet supper on | guests at the Walter Ford home
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Baxter telephone pole and was demolish Boston and girls, Mr. and Mrs.
Dec. 25—To Mr. and Mrs. Gail
Christmas eve at the C. R. Kes- I in Nyssa.
Mr. and Mrs. Walter J. Hopper
Bradford of Unity, a 6-pound, drove to Emmett Sunday to spend
Shippy and son and Mrs. Anna
ler, Sr., home were the Neil Pet- |
and family of Union, Ore., were
10- ounce girl, Alice Marie.
Boston of Roswell.
terson family, Mr. and Mrs. Jay Arrive From Salt Lake
Christmas eve guests of Mr. and
Dec. 26—To Mr. and Mrs. Bob Heap home where they visited were broken on one side of his Guests in Middleion
Bunn and family of Nyssa, the I Mr. and Mrs. Rowan Shirley
Mrs. Lloyd Dibble. Henry Dibble
C. R. Kesler, Jr., family and Miss | and family of Salt Lake City ar-
Lewis and Clark college at
who is home for the holidays
Sally Kesler of Salt Lake City, rived Christmas day to spend the boy, James Ray.
torn loose and the other was spent Christmas day with Mr. and j Lewiston arrived late Christmas
The Pettersons were Christmas holidays with her parents, Mr.
punctured, After being hospital- Mrs. Bill Meeks at Middleton. j eve from school and the Dibble
dinner guests in the parental Kes- and Mrs. Parley Feik. Other Allen of Vale, a 7 - pound, 7- Idaho. They spent the remainder ized a tube was inserted into his Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Schmall of .family
had r Christmas
J guests for Christmas dinner were
throat to aid his breathing.
Clairmont, Minn., arrived Sunday I together before Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Everton and
He is reported to be showing to spend a few days with her Hopper left for his parents’ home
Farm Census Completed
The Ralph Baxters spent Christ
daughter of Nampa, Mr. and Mrs.
Mrs. Clyde Bowers, Malheur Melvin Feik and family.
mas day in Boise where they some improvement at the present uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. 1 at Meridian.
Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Dibble were
county crew leader for the agri
were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Bryan time.
Lee Dail and children were
Duane returned to the hospital
Mr. and Mrs. Bob Hill and fam Christmas afternoon guests of his
cultural census, reports that the
E. Hart. Enroute home they vis
census was completed on Dec. 19. Saturday evening dinner guests
ited in Caldwell at the Walter in Portland Monday, hoping that ily were Christmas day dinner parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Dibble
Mr. and Mrs. Merildean Rob in the Otis Bullard home. Satur
Burke home where Burke is con he will be released permanently guests of his parents, Mr. and at Nampa.
By Bernice Strawn, Extension
in the near future. He became Mrs. Alva Hill.
Sue Dibble and Shirley Seward
bins and family were Christmas
valescing from recent surgery.
Home Management Specialist
Mr. and Mrs. Darley (Mabel plan to register for the second
eve guests at the home of her ard home were Mr. and Mrs. John
Mr. and Mrs. Mike McKague very ill on Nov. 21 and was flown
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Hen Carr of Mountain Home and Mrs.
were Christmas day dinner guests to the Rose city hospital where Banta) of Salt Lake City brought semester at Northwest Nazarene
Clyde Long of Nyssa. Sunday af YOU NEVER CAN TELL
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank college in Nampa and classes will
derson in Apple Valley.
at the home of his brother and he has since been a patient.
Banta of Caldwell, Saturday to resume next Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. Orland White and ternoon visitors were Mr. and WHAT MIGHT GET SPILLED
family in Marsing.
... or dropped on the floor
visit Mr. and Mrs. Alva Hill.
Mr. and Mrs. John Boston and
Lucille visited on Christmas day Mrs. Harold Dail and family.
during holiday entertaining. Be
Mr. and Mrs. Don Fritts and girls spent Christmas night with
z Aboard Delayed Streamliner
in the Leon Price home.
prepared with these answers to
family, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Pearson of
Sunday dinner guests at the
Mr. and Mrs. George Moeller
Tuning were Christmas dinner Payette.
Les Robbins home were Mr. and were aboard the Portland Rose
guests of Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Leave for Quincy
Mrs. Norvelle Robbins and fam streamliner that was forced off pen. Remember, wax protects NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN,
ily, Mr. and Mrs. Llewellyn Rob the track by mud while enroute floors and keeps stains from
Mr. and Mrs. Duke Ross of
that under and by virtue of a UNORDERED MERCHANDISE
bins and family of Baker, Mr. to Portland last Monday night. soaking in.
Suppose the mailman delivers Host Holiday Dinner
Quincy, Wash., left for home on
and Mrs. Merildean Robbins and They reported that it took them
Christmas dinner guests of Mr. Sunday after spending the past
to you a package containing a
family, Mr. and Mrs. George 24 hours to get from Nyssa to deep, can be removed from larly issued by the Clerk of the
necktie—or a book, key-ring tags and Mrs. Roy Rookstool were three weeks with her mother,
Portland and another 24 hours
rubbing with steel wool dipped the County of Malheur, dated the or a phonograph record—that you their children, Mr. and Mrs. James Mrs. Eva Zimdars and her sister,
Mrs. George Hust and daugh before arriving at Salem.
into soapy water. Wipe dry.
16th day of December, 1964, in didn’t order. Either with it, or Edens and family, the Russell Mrs. Raymond Minium.
ters visited Sunday with their
Mr. and Mrs. Les Robbins were
Messrs, and Mmes. Dwight Sew
that certain suit in said Circuit by later mail, is a bill or request Shoemaker family, all of Pay
grandmother, Mrs. Minnie White Christmas dinner guests of Mr.
ette, Mr. and Mrs. Ron Rookstool ard, Gary and Shirley, Hugh
to remit the price.
and Mrs. George Stockfleth in with ammonia. Or you could rub Hospital District is Plaintiff, and
What are your obligations, as and family of Nyssa. Mr. and Pierce and children of Pocatello,
Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Bowers and
with a cloth treated with liquid Arthur Gallegos and Verlene Gal suming you don’t want the mer Mrs. Robert Rookstool and Carol Ed Wild, Lester Robinson and
Bob visited Sunday at the Char
Mr. and Mrs. George Boyack or paste wax.
legos, husband and wife, are De chandise? Must you return it? Jean of Caldwell were recent family were Christmas eve dinner
lie Bowers home near Adrian.
Heel and caster marks come off fendants, and wherein said Plain Can you use it and not pay for Thursday dinner guests in the guests at the Roy Wild home in
Miss Joleen Reece spent the and family of Meridian, Mr. and
Roy Rookstool home.
holidays with her parents, Mr. Mrs. Marvin Jensen of Boise vis with a whisk of steel wool dipped tiff recovered judgment againsj it? Must you keep it or can you
Russell Cook spent Thursday
in liquid wax.
said Defendants for the sum of
and Mrs. Wayne Reece at Middle
Generally speaking, recipients and two sons of Payette were re and Friday with his brother, Mr.
thereon at 6% per annum, from of unordered merchandise are cent Thursday evening dinner and Mrs. Enos Cook in Baker.
Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Kesler, Sr., ARE ELECTRIC
Mr. and Mrs. Larry Gardner
Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Pierce and
March 17, 1959, and the sum of under no obligation (a) to re guests of Mr. and Mrs. Waldo
and family of Caldwell were visited Saturday afternoon at the | CARVING KNIVES SAFE?
of Pocatello spent Satur
Christmas dinner guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Gerald
... A dull knife that you have
receipt; (c) io pay for it unless tended the annual Weed family day with his mother, Mrs. George
Goodfellow on Oregon Slope.
George Hust residence.
to saw with is probably the most
used; (d) to give it any particu Christmas dinner held at the Rauchman of Nyssa. Mr. and Mrs.
dangerous kind. You can’t tell in terest thereon at the rate of 6% lar care; or (e) to keep it be Glenn Weed home in Caldwell, Ed Wild, Rodney Rhoades and the
what direction it might take off. per annum from February 26, yond a reasonable time.
Mrs. Earl Boston and Don vis- Pierce family were Sunday din
But an electric knife requires no 1959, in the sum of $13.72, and
recently with Mr. and Mrs. ner guests in the Dwight Seward
pressure; you just guide it. It for the further sum of $35.00 as the merchandise if called for in Ralph Rogers at Nampa.
stops instantly when you take
your finger off the switch bar and second cause of action and for within a reasonable time. But ’
costs and disbursements taxed
Deep plowing to a depth of 30 to 36 inches is permanently you feel very much in control.
therein in the sum of $19.95, on you can demand storage charges
reclaiming low-producing “slick spots” in the Lower Snake
before surrendering the item. If
used with the same care as the 24th day of January, 1962, and you mail it back at your own ex
River valley of Idaho and Oregon. “Slick spots” occupy about ] be
any long, sharp knife. It does which judgment was partially pense, you very likely will stay
250,000 acres of irrigated or potentially irrigable lands.
smooth job with everything satisfied on the 16th day of De on the sender’s mailing list and
Crop yields — on even moderately affected fields — may a from
turkey to sponge cake and cember, 1964, and that there is will receive other shipments in
New “income averaging” provi
be reduced as much as 50 percent.
now due and owing on said judg
of the federal tax law may
Research by W. W. Rasmus-*
There are no postal regulations produce unexpected savings for
with interest thereon at the rate
sen, soil scientist with the Ag I gypsum (a high calcium material) I
of 6% per annum from the 3rd governing unordered merchan many who have fluctuating in
ricultural Research service of and calcium carbonate into the MANY
dise, except where fraud is in comes, according to the winter
ON STAINS COME
day of September, 1962.
U. S. Department of Agricul
volved. However, if you know issue of “Northwest Business
... to our county extension of
ture, indicated the cost of Breaks Up Soil Layer
K. E. KERBY, M. D.
fices. If we were to pick five to said execution, I will, on Fri what is in the envelope or pack Management” magazine, publish
deep plowing and knocking down
K. A. DANFORD, M. D.
Calcium displaces the sodium, asked most often during the holi- day, the 22nd day of January, age, you can write “REFUSED” ed by Oregon State university.
the plow ridges can usually be
Though designed primarily to
Physicians and Surgeons
coagulates the soil and increases | day season, they would go some- 1965, at the front door of the across the face of the piece of
recouped through increased yields
mail and hand it back unopened aid artists and professional ath
moisture movement by leaching 1 thing like this:
within two to three years.
letes whose incomes have big Hours: 10 to 12 and 2 to 5 p.m.
Candle Wax From Table Cloth. Vale. Malheur County, Oregon, at to the mailman.
away excess sodium. Deep plow
The costs average about $35 to
No further explanation is re “ups and downs,” the new amend
ing also mixes heavy clay sub First, scrape off excess wax with 10:00 in the forenoon of said day,
Daily Except Saturday and
$45 an acre when done by a com
soil with light - textured topsoil I a dull table knife. Second, place sell at public auction, to the high quired. You don't have io ac ment to the tax law may benefit
Sunday; Saturday, 10 to 12.
i and breaks up the cemented soil! the stain between several layers est bidder for cash in hand paid, cept any class of mail. Further, many other taxpayers as well—
“Slick spots” consist of natur j layer.
of white facial tissue and press the following described real prop your refusal probably will re farmers, for example, small busi
ally occurring saline-sodic soils,
Thorough mixing of the soil with a warm iron. Next sponge erty situated in Malheur County, sult in the sender having to pay nessmen, etc.—it is reported.
which occupy 10 to 50 percent of
A. Maulding, M. D.
Author of the article, which
allows moisture and plant roots the spot with dry cleaning fluid State of Oregon, to-wit:
fields on the steeper benchlands
Physician and Surgeon
to readily penetrate to plow depth i or spot remover. Or if safe for
The North half of Lots One
of southwestern Idaho and south
commission holds it a violation nal of Accountancy” in Septem
of 30 to 36 inches. Plants seldom the fabric, pour boiling water
“By Appointment Only”
and Two of Block 147 of
of the Federal Trade Act for a ber, is Joseph R. Tarbet, associate
root deeper than 12 to 14 inches through the stain.
Ward’s Addition to the City
Spots Delay Farming Operations in untreated soils. The deep plow
sender of unordered merchandise professor of business administra
Cranberry Juice spilled on lin-
Hours: 9 to 12 and 2 to 5 p.m.
Called “slick spots” because the ing should also materially im ens or clothing should be treated or so much thereof as may be j to claim that “the receiver is un tion at Washington State univer Daily Except Wednesday, Satur
as soon as possible by soaking in necessary to satisfy the said judg- ¡ der obligation ... to pay for or sity.
soil surface is slick and shiny prove water use efficiency.
day and Sunday; Wednesday
The new amendment, Tarbet
Although two to three years are cool water for a few minutes. ment. together with the costs return the merchandise.” Hence,
when wet, moisture penetrates
and Saturday, 9 to 12.
them very slowly. Farming oper required to leach sodium from Then stretch the fabric over a which have, or may accrue under if you don’t use the merchandise, explains, permits the taxpayer to
ations are delayed in the spring the soil, crop yields are increased bowl and pour boiling water and bv virtue of said execution. you are within your rights in average his income provided that
his taxable income for any given DAVID W. SARAZIN, M. D.
because the soils are slow to dry the first year after treatment. through the stained area. Next,
DATED at Vale, in Malheur refusing to pay for it.
Physician and Surgeon
in summary, unless you want year, after 1963, exceeds 133 Mi
One Idaho farmer produced 15 wash in hot sudsy water. If safe County. Oregon, this 21st day of
to use the item, in which case percent of the four-year average Hours: 10 to 12 and 2 to 5 p.m.
Rasmussen’s work near Cald- tons of sugar beets to the acre for fabric, use chlorine bleach in December, 1964.
you should pay for it, you should by at least $3000.
Saturday, 10 to 12 Noon.
well has been concentrated on on a “slick spot” field before the wash water.
/s/ RORERT G. INGRAM keep it for a time and then may
He examined the tax files of 71
Coffee on Carpet. Sponge stain
the Sebree silt loam soil, one of treatment and 27 tons the next
throw it away.
farmer and farmer-landlord cli Office 372-3365
the three soil series in which the year after deep plowing. On the immediately with a solution made
(Oregon lawyers offer this ents in the wheat-pea region of
slick spot condition occurs. The “slick spot” areas, the yield in by mixing one teaspoon vinegar, > Date of first publication, Dec.
Office: 213 Main Street
column as a public service. No the Northwest and found that
one teaspoon mild detergent (not 24. 1964.
Idaho Agricultural Experiment crease may be five to sixfold.
person should apply or inter- I I one - fifth of them had income
soap) and one quart water. Blot
station, U. S. Bureau of Reclama Commercial Fertiliser Needed
Date of final publication, Jan. pret any law without the aid
fluctuations sufficient to qualify
tion and Black Canyon Irrigation
The plowed fields, which re with clean white terry towels or 14, 1965.
of an attorney, who is complete for income averaging.
district are cooperating in the re*
quire leveling to facilitate irriga paper towels.
ly advised of the facts involved.
Savings by income averaging in
J. R. CUNDALL
tion, also need nitrogen, phos
If coffee contained cream, ap NOTICE OF ANNUAL MEETING Even a slight variance in facts such cases ranged from $22 to
■Soil scientists have identified phorous
and possibly zinc fer- ply dry cleaning fluid also. Place To the Landowners of Nyssa-
may change the application of $662. Benefits are possible whe
17 South Third Street
three reasons for reduced produc tilizer.
1 ther the person has low or high
several thicknesses of clean white Arcadia Drainage District:
tivity of Sebree soils:
Efforts by farmers to improve cloth or paper towels over spot
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN,
average income, he noted.
Restrict* Moisture Penetration
moisture penetration by spread and weight down with a stack of that pursuant to the By-Laws of CONTINUES TO IMPROVE
Taxpayers and accountants who
The moderately high content of ing manure or straw on the soil books. It’s important to work the District, the annual meeting
J. E. Brower is reported to be make up income tax returns for
J. W. OLSEN, D.M.D.
sodium in the clay subsoil (inter were ineffective.
of the landowners of Nyssa-Ar showing continued improvement others might well check to see
Rasmussen's earlier experiments
changeable in this case with cal
Crepe Paper Stains on Carpet. cadia Drainage District will be while convalescing at home fol whether the new provision might
Seventh and Bower Ave.
cium) greatly restricts water in
These are usually impossible to held at the office of the District, lowing a recent heart attack.
be beneficial. Tarbet concludes.
take and penetration; the clay directions plus application of 15 remove by home methods. Call a 106 Main Street in the City of
material of the subsoil causes it
professional rug cleaner. Be on Nyssa. Oregon, on the 12th day
to take up moisture slowly and a cess sodium, but did not improve guard and try not to let this hap of January. 1965, at 2:30 p.m. for
cemented loam layer at 17 to M- the physical condition of the soil pen. Keep colored paper decora the purpose of electing a Super
inch depths restricts both mois- materially. Subsoiling, which tions, ribbons and wrappings off visor and for the transaction of
i costs as much as deep plowing, the rug where they might get such other business as may prop
ture and root penetration.
Deep plowing effectively cor- ! 1 was
-- — of no benefit when used stepped on by damp shoes.
erly come before the meeting or
rects all three conditions and. as | alone,
Lipstick From Napkins. Before any adjournment thereof.
On Alberta Ave. Dial 372-2251
a dividend, also improves the
laundering, rub undiluted liquid
By order of the Board of Super
physical condition of Chilcott ENROUTE TO SEATTLE
detergent into the stain. Or dam visors. Dated at Nyssa. Oregon,
Dr. B. E. Ross
soils, which are interspersed with
Neil Ord of Logan. Utah, was a pen spot and rub powdered deter this 14th day of December. 1964.
Nyssa — 372-3552
the Sebree “slick spots.” The i Sunday overnight guest of Mr. gent into it until the spot is gone,
D. R. Mason
Chilcott soils are not affected by j and Mrs. Mel Beck and family. then rinse thoroughly. You may
need to repeat this and it will
By Harold Henigson
Large and Small Animals
The plowing brings up and
help to dry the fabric between
Clauifieda Bring Resultai
incorporates naturally occurring ■
Published Dec. 31. 1964
Nyssa Births . . .
Work Smarter ..
IT S YOUR LAW
Deep Plowing of "Slick Spots' Proves
Profitable io Farmers in Local Area
BODY REPAIR and PAINTING
PRUYN'S AUTO REPAIR
Ed W. Pruyn — Ronald E. Pruyn