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About The Mill City enterprise. (Mill City, Or.) 1949-1998 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 9, 1950)
Party Hints for St. Valentino’s Day
February 9, 1950
visit with his mother in Hatfield. SANTIAM Fraternal Order of Ea
By REBA SNYDER
gles 2745 meets at Rod and Gun Club
After burying the family car three
Milo Harris was brought home in Idanha each Wednesday 8 p.m. 30
CHURCH OF CHRIST
10.00 times Sunday in the soft snow, Mrs. from a Bums hospital Monday j
Mill City I .edge No. 144, L*
11:00 A R. Snyder decided she had for night. He entered the hospital last j
Meet» Every Friday
Thursday to be treated for a 22 cal- |
’ Christian Endeavor
7:30 left the car set in the garage for iber Colt pistol wound self-inflicted night. Visiting Brothers Welcome.
on a hunting trip with friends that |
Walter Smith, Pastor.
The local fire department adds an day. The two-car load hunting
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other feather to their cap. Called party were preparing to return
DETROIT CHRISTIAN CHURCH
out about 9:30 p.m. Thursday too home from a thrde-day rabbit hunt
Warren Knape. Pastor
_............ 10 a.m. late to save the burning rooming when the safety lock on Harris’ gun
11 am house in Detroit, making the run in was accidently dislodged and the
Youth meeting . ................. 6:45 p.m five minutes, by conservatively us- shot entered the calf of his leg,
Youth night Saturday ......... 7 p.m ing their water supply they were hitting and groving the bone, partly
able to save two building nearby.
circling it. His condition is painful
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Sol Tucker had his car slightly but satsfactory.
FREE METHODIST CHURCH
damaged last week when another Guests at the Frank New home
"The Church of Light and Life Hour” car slid into his on
the highway be- Saturday night were Mr. and Mrs.
11:00 tween Idanha and Dtroit.
Jerry Pittam, Mr. and Mrs. Carl
11:00 John Wiggins, Detroit grade Schaffer and Mr. and Mrs. A. R
7:30 •chool janitor, is recovering from Snyder.
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7:30 leg injuries suffered when he was Mr. and Mrs Lawrence Alvin en-
Wed. Prayer Meeting
For St. Valentine’s Day, a colorful party table is decorated with
knocked down from a snowslide on
gay assorted Valentines ana favors and. for refreshment, heart-shaped
Pastor the roof of the school Thursday. and Mrs. Warren Stoll.
Rev. L. C. Gould
cookies and this sparkling Valentine punch carry out the holiday
The warm sun had loosened the
theme. The punch is quickly and easily prepared with the new homo
North Mill City
genized Real Gold concentrated fruit bases which come in handy-sized
snow, and Mr. Wiggens was caught While playing basket ball Monday
cans and give you delicious fresh fruit flavor without the fuss of
at school Donald Snyder slipped on
IDANHA COMMUNITY CHURCH in its path. He was badly shaken the wet gym floor, fell and knocked
squeezing or straining. Economical, too, because there’s no waste.
Sunday School 10 A M.
VALENTINE PARTY PUNCH
3403 or 88. for
Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Gordon and himself out. He suffered no 111 ef-
(makes 1 gallon)
Morning Service 11 A.M.
I can each Real Cold lemonade base,
I quirt valer
Evening Service 7 P.M.
orange baae. grapefruit base
1 quirt! gmgerate
2 cups loganberry or grapeiutce
Thursday prayer meeting 7:30 P.M. day for a few days visit with rela The Boy Scouts held their first
' Mix lemonade, orange and before serving pour over ice snd
Eldon Haley, Pastor tives. Mrs. Gordon underwent an meeting of the new year Monday
grapefruit bases with loganberry add gingerale. Garnish with mint
operation for tonsil tissues which night at the grade school auditorium.
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or grapejuice. Add water. Just leaves or sliced fruit if desired.
had grown in years after the initial January meetings were canceled be
cause of bad weather and road condi
Services are held every Sunday Men were employed Saturday and tions. Plans are being made in
PAST RESIDENT HURT IN PARIS ceived a fractured pelvis. She has
morning at 11 o'clock a m. in the part of Sunday scooping the snow preparation of the scout circus in
been in Paris studying art and
Mrs. Ruth M. (Peg) Smith, form French under the GI bill. While in IOOF haU.
off the large planer shed of Idanha Salem
MILL (TTY, OREGON
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erly on the staff in the governor’s Mill City Mrs. Smith worked tor
Lunber company. Last years heavy
office and early resident of Mill the Hammond company.
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snows had weekened the building
Full Gospel Preaching
City Is confined to a hospital in
and it was spreading.
Quality job printing at the Enter Sunday school 10 A.M.
Paris. France, after suffering a
While loading lumber Thursday
Morning worship 11 A.M.
James McKinney fell on a strip of
fall from a bus, according to news prise.
Evangelistic service 8 P.M.
Like half a brick, truth goes Preaching services Wednesday and ice. breaking a rib and injuring
received last week.
others. Two fingers were also hurt
In the accident Mrs. Smith re farther—It’s easier to throw.
Friday 8 P.M.
Rev. Wayne W. Watkins, Pastor He was treated by Dr. Wilcott and
is improving satisfacturely. His
son, Denny also fell last week
FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH
and cut his chin quite badly.
Services every Lord’s day
Mrs. Elbert Brown, who has been
Morning worship 11:00 A M.
bedfast the past three weeks is able
to be up part of the time. Mr. and
Evening worship 7:30 P.M.
Mrs. Nichols and son of Bend were
$1 per month and up
Sunday visitors. Mrs. Nichols is
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Also serving Gates and Lyons
FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Mr. Brown’s daughter.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Heibert took
Morning worship 11 a.m.
son Harold to Dallas Monday
Music by choir.
for treatment. He has had a severe
Young People at 6:30 p.m., Mrs.
Arthur Kreiver, leader.
Dr. Willcott who has been practic
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ing out of Detroit has established
his office in the first aid building.
ST. CATHERINE CATHOLIC
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He will continue his private practice
CHURCH, MILL CITY
and represent the Industrial Insur
Mass at 9 A.M.
1410 So. 12th
Confessions heard before Mass.
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Altar Society 2d Wednesday 8 p.m. Mrs. Gertrude Klane of Lincoln,
PLUMBING AND HEATING
Father C. Mai, Pastor Nebraska who has spent the past
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No Job Too Large and Nona Too Small
month with her daughter, Mrs.
LATTER DAY SAINTS OF JESUS Warren Stoll and family left Friday
Shop and Residence 4260 Macleay Road, SALEM
CHRIST CHURCH, DETROIT
with another daughter, Mrs. Charles
Sunday School each Sunday 10 A.M. Mohlers and family.
in high school building, Detroit.
Jon Tucker was brought home
Priesthood meeting 11 A.M.
Sunday evening from Salem hospital
Zealand Fryer, Presiding where he has been recovering from
a leg fracture for the past ten days.
His condition is good and the cast
is to be removed the 15th of this
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COMMERCIAL AND RESIDENTIAL BUILDERS
The Frank New family lost a
friend Monday when their dog, Pat
ty, was killed by a car on the high
way in front of Girod’s store.
Calvin Cannon came by bus Sun
. tearing, Grading and Leveling
day morning' from a five month
Masonry and Concrete Work
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DAVID JAMES FERGUSON. D.D
February 12: "Lincoln”.
February 19: "Prayer and Belief”.
February 26: "Let the Men Serve”.
April 2: "Palm Sunday".
April 7: "Good Friday".
April 9: “Easter”.
COMMUNION SERVICE GOOD FRIDAY
ORDER OF SERVICE:
Call to Worship
Hymn of Praise
Music by the Choir
BALANCE EASY TERMS
LIMITED NUMBER. FIRST COME, FIRST SERVED
10 good Used Electric Washers
6 good Used Oil Circulators
Wood Ranges & Circulators
Clerk of Session: Donald Sheythe. Treasurer, Mrs Herbert Schroeder
Senior Elder J P Smith: Chairman of Trustees William B. Shuey
Director of Music: Mrs Donald Sheythe.
Missionary Society: Mrs Lester Hathaway. Sec . Mrs. Fred Grimes
Chairman House Committee: Mrs D B Hill.
Young People: Bertha Baltimore, Leila M Kelly
Every Member Canvass: Mrs H Mason. Mrs D B Hill, Mrs Baltimore
WE HAVE A GREAT WORK TO DO. EVERY MEMBER CAN
VASS AND THEN CANVASS FOR THE NEW MANSE WE URGE
EVERYONE TO HELP THE WORLD DAY OF PRAYER IS FRI
DAY, FEBRUARY 24th.
SERMON: March 5 "Experiment. Experience. Enjoy".
March 12 "The Grand Amen”.
Santiam Hardware & Implement Co
CHRIS E. NETTLING
ORDER OF SERVICES: FEBRUARY 1950
SURPLUS TELEPHONES FOR ONLY
Men’s and Ladies' Western Dungarees & Shirts
Reduced Prices on all
Wool Shirts & Coats
Santiam War Surplus and
OLD BANK BUILDING