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THURSDAY, DECEMBER 31, 1964
THE NYSSA GATE CITY JOURNAL, NYSSA, OREGON
JET TO PORTLAND FASTER
THAN BOISE-NYSSA TRAVEL
Mr. and Mrs. Boyd Wilson
By Sunset Valley Ladies
took their son. Dan, to Boise
Sunday evening when he
boarded a jet airliner to return club meeting was held Dec. 17 at
to his job in Concord. Calif., the home of Mrs. Frank Holub
via Portland. Mrs. Wilson re with 15 members and four guests
Although the general upland ports that the highway between in attendance. As this was the
game bird season is over for the Nyssa and the Idaho capital city Christmas party, gifts were ex
| year, shotgun enthusiasts still was quite slick and it took them changed and names of secret pals
I have four species of these sporty more than an hour to reach were drawn for the coming year.
birds on the agenda with the sea- home.
; son scheduled to extend through
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In a telephone conversation
Mr. and Mrs. William Turner
I Jan. 7, 1965.
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with Dan, she learned that he of Owyhee corners, Mr. and Mrs.
Legal game birds include the had arrived in Portland in less Berne Lorensen and family were
chukar partridge, Hungarian par than an hour. He was in the Christmas eve guests of Mr. and
tridge, valley and mountain quail. Rose city, therefore, before the I Mrs. Ken Lorensen. The Berne
The season is open only in east family could travel the dis Lorensens were also visitors on
Sugar Mamas —
ern Oregon, which takes in all tance from Boise to Nyssa by Christmas day.
Idaho Power Co.
Hits and Misses
areas east of the summit of the auto.
Cascades. Gunners are reminded
Harriet Hart, granddaughter of
there is no open season on upland
and Mrs. Ken Lorensen, un
game birds in western Oregon.
Union Local 290
derwent a tonsillectomy Monday
FOR VISITING RELATIVES
Split Babes ..... ...
Bag limits remain the same as
A holiday dinner was served at Malheur Memorial hospital.
Alley Cats . .....
during the general upland bird Sunday at the home of Mr. and Her sister, Gloria, spent the day
hunt—eight chukars or Hungarian Mrs. Tom R. Mitchell and family with Janet Dail in Nyssa.
.... 7% 12% Nyssa Auto Parts
Three Flats -------
partridge in the daily bag collec honoring Mrs. Mitchell’s son and
Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Robb and
No Strikes ____
Vernon Toombs, high scratch tively, 16 in possession; 10 valley daughter - in - law, Mr. and Mrs. children were Dec. 23 evening
C. O. W.’s ...........
game and series, 221/592. Cas-
Dick Lewis and Ricky of Stock- dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Bill
Up and Atoms —
bag collectively, 20 in possession. ton, Calif. Other guests were Mr.
Hamilton in Nyssa and spent
Barbara Sarazin, high scratch cade Natural Gas, high team game
New License Needed
and Mrs. Vernon Hayhurst, Mike Christmas day with her mother,
game, 181. Freda Holcomb, high and series, 1027/2992.
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scratch series, 485. Hits and
Gunners are reminded that a and Larry of Haines; Mr. and Mae Lytle at Roswell.
Mr. and Mrs. Gabe Astoreca
Misses, high team game and ser SUGAR CUBE BANTAMS
1965 hunting license is required Mrs. Eddie Hayhurst of Spanish
if they intend to participate in Fork, Utah; Nancy Hayhurst of and girls and Eddie Lowtrip
ies, 442/ 1253. Bowlers of the . Sugar Babes -------------- 3
the hunt after the first of the Logan, Utah; Miss Carol Sue of spent Christmas morning with
week — Johnnie Russell, 428 Sweethearts ______
California and the Don Bowers the Jess Asumendi family. The
scratch series; Bobbie Miller, 541
Astorecas were Christmas dinner
According to reports, most of family of Nyssa.
Lineta Stedman, high scratch
guests of his sister, Mr. and Mrs.
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game and series, 134/343. Sweet-
Lenen and family at Boise.
hearts, high team game and ser have good populations of chukar
er of the hostess; and a daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Asumendi and Eddie
ies, 440/1252. Bowlers of the week
Virginia Lewis, who is home for were dinner guests of Mr. and
Owyhee Truck, Impl. 30
— Lineta Stedman, 343 scratch bets in the cheatgrass ranges of
the holidays from Brigham Young Mrs. Jack Knowles and family at
series; Patsy Wilson, 397 handi-
Nyssa Auto Parts
Populations of Hungarians are
Denial Student Visits
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Rex Langley, who attends Port
Janice McCrady, high scratch PETERSON'S BANTAMS
cluded since it is difficult for with some top mountain quail
land Dental college, is spending
game, 173. Trudy Olsen, high Goof Balls
gunning found in the brushy can
scratch series, 418. Sugar Bowl, Spit Balls
tween the Huns and chukars in yon areas of Baker, Wallowa and the holidays with his parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Jim Langley.
high team game, 564. Lienkaem Underdogs
parts of Union, Malheur and
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Holub
per’s, high team series, 1519.
Populations of valley quail are Grant counties.
spent Christmas eve with Mr. and
reported high in most areas of j The
,.._ season ....
Malheur and Harney counties, | aiso ends
7 ducks and geese Mrs. Glen Teague and girls at
Nyssa Auto Parts
Kevin Engstrom, high scratch
Ray’s Food Fair
game, 185. Don Brown, high
S & V Cattle Co.
scratch series, 487. Goof Balls,
Danny Wilson, high scratch high team game, 411. Alley Shin
game and series, 212/584. Lien ers, high team series, 1084. Bowl
kaemper’s, high team game and er of the week—Harry Brendle,
530 handicap series.
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Sunset Valley Ladies Report News of Àrea Residents
Upland Game Bird
Hunting in Effect
Through Jan. 7
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First National Bank
Sugar Bowl __
B & H
Holcomb & Main
Bob Church, high scratch game,
225. Jack Carter, high scratch
series, 560. First National Bank,
high team game, 922. Nyssa Co
op, high team series, 2502.
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Gate City Journal
Clover Lawn Dairy 31
Owyhee Truck, Impl. 26%
Larry Fujii, high scratch game,
248. Bill Purcell, high scratch
series, 625. Parks Roofing, high
team game, 967. PLOWT, high
team series, 2682.
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Merc Dept. Store
Clover Lawn Dairy 28
Sugar City 5 & 10
Kay Brendle, high scratch game
and series, 197/521. Pounds’ Gro
cery, high team game and series,
770/2269. Bowlers of the week—
Anna VanderOord, 480 scratch
series; Dottie Parks, 558 handicap
Pounds’ Grocery team was win
ner of the first half. Team mem
bers are Dottie Parks, Stella Ross,
Melba Haney, Kay Brendle and
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SUGAR BABES LEAGUE
Gate City Cleaners
Naomi Fritts, high scratch game
and series, 202/490. Arrowhead
Motel, high team game. 780 Rob
erts-Nyssa. high team series. 2135.
Bowlers of the week — Ailene
Holmes, 488 scratch series; Kathy
Stephens, 570 handicap series.
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RIME BANTAM LEAGUE
EARNED BY LADY KEGLERS
Sadie Butcher and Lena Ty
ler earned bowler-of-the-month
awards in a contest held Dec.
20 at the Sugar Bowl. Mrs. But
cher was named scratch bowler
while Mrs. Tyler was winner
in the handicap event for the
month of November.
The two winning keglers will
receive trophies from the Sugar
Bowl management. Other tro
phy winners io date are Kay
Brendle, Stella Morris, Thelma
Knowles and Ruth Allen.
Craig Lewis, high scratch game.
150. Larry Miner, high scratch
series, 419. 'Idaho Power Spar-
tans, high team game and series,
367/1059. Bowler of the week—I
Pete Morgan, 487 handicap ser
Funeral services for Mrs. Ella
D. Smith, resident of the Nyssa
area for nearly 50 years, were
conducted Saturday, Dec. 26, 1964,
at Lienkaemper chapel. Officiat
ing were Methodist ministers
Ralph A. Lawrence of Nyssa and
Tom Foster of Ontario.
Mrs. Smith succumbed at nearly
98 years of age, on Wednesday,
Dec. 23, in Malheur Memorial
hospital. She had been a patient
in the nursing home wing for the
past 10 years.
She was born April 14, 1867, at
Unionville, Iowa, a daughter of
George W. and Margaret Dean.
On Jan. 7, 1886, she was united
in marriage to Jacob B. Smith at
Unionville and they moved to
Oregon from Iowa in 1915; Mr.
Smith succumbed in October 1934.
A daughter, Alta Fry, also pre
ceded Mrs. Smith in death.
The deceased was a member of
the Methodist church and during
her younger years was active in
work of the PTA, garden and
book clubs. Her favorite hobbies
were gardening and reading.
Mrs. Smith is survived by two
sons, Dean and Dwight Smith,
both of Nyssa; one brother, Earl
Dean of Spokane, Wash.
Also surviving are three grand
children. 10 great-grandchildren,
five great - great - grandchildren
and one great-great-great-grand
Interment was made in the
Nyssa cemetery under direction
of Lienkaemper funeral home.
Pallbearers were John J. Smith,
Clyde Smith. George Johnston,
Dwight Johnston. Jack Walters
and Artie Robertson.
We take this opportunity to
thank our friends for the num
erous kindnesses expressed in
thought and deed following the
death of our beloved mother and
grandmother, Ella D. Smith. We
also want to thank Dr. David W.
Sarazin and the staff at Malheur
Memorial hospital for their care
and courtesies extended while
she was a patient. Your thought
fulness will always be remember
Dean Smith and Family
Mr. and Mrs. Dwight
Smith and Family
Mr. and Mrs. Duane Holcomb
entertained for friends Saturday
evening with a Christmas party
and open house.
To Buy. Sell or Rent.
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NYSSA FIRST WARD
GOLD and GREEN BALL
Wonderland by Night"
Saturday, Jan. 2, 1965
9 P. M. — NYSSA LDS STAKE HOUSE
Rick and Wanda Lashbrooke Orchestra
Featuring FRANK TURNER
NO ADMISSION CHARGE
B & M Equipment
Palmer Brothers ___ 2
OK Tire Store
John Marsh, high scratch game
and series, 253/592. Morris Sin
clair, high team game, 883.
Thompson Agency, high team ser-
Chapel Rites Held
For Area Pioneer,
Mrs. Ella D. Smith
Mr. and Mrs. Keith Langley^ Mr. and Mrs. Villiam Turner,
and Todd returned home Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Charles Chapin and
night after spending several days family, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Crow
with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. of Madras, Mr. and Mrs. Frank
Holub were Christmas dinner
Ed Alexander in La Grande.
Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Kimball guests at the Wilbur Chapin resi
and children of Oakland, Calif., dence. The Holubs were break-
spent the holidays in the Jim j fast guests of Mr. and Mrs. Rob
Langley and E. J. Hobson homes. ert Fangen in Nyssa.
Christmas dinner guests in the Guests From Washington
Langley home included the Clyde
Mr. and Mrs. Homer Dietrich
Kimball family, the Joe Hobson of Chelan, Wash., spent several
family of Ontario, Mr. and Mrs.
Larry Adams of Oakland, Mr. and days last week with her brother,
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Alexander
Mrs. E. J. Hobson.
and family. Both families visited
Visitors From California
on Christmas day with another
Mr. and Mrs. Larry Adams of sister, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Felty
Oakland, Calif., spent the holi at Homedale.
days with her parents, Mr. and
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Alexander
Mrs. Homer Brewer. The Adams spent Christmas eve with her
couple and Brewer family spent parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Grott-
Monday at Bogus Basin.
veit at Nyssa.
Mrs. Adah Schweizer entertain
Mr. and Mrs. Chester Counsil
ed with Christmas dinner for Mr. and children of New Plymouth
and Mrs. Jeff Parker and children, were recent Sunday visitors of
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Wood, Mr. and his parents, Mr. and Mrs. O. P.
Mrs. Gene Derrick, Betty Parker Counsil. The latter couple and
and Don Hayworth, Mr. and Mrs. John Knottingham spent Christ
Wood, Mrs. Schweizer and Betty mas day with the Glenn Knot
Parker went to Burns Sunday to tingham family at Caldwell. Mr.
visit Mr. and Mrs. Bob Schweizer and Mrs. O. P. Counsil were Sun
and to see their new son born on day dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs.
R. C. Smith, Jr.
Libby's — 46-Oz. Size
A C C
REGULAR or HOT
Campbell's — Meat Base
Prices Effective Thursday and Saturday
We at M & W Take This Means
Of Wishing One and All
A HAPPY NEW YEAR!
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