The Mill City enterprise. (Mill City, Or.) 1949-1998, February 16, 1950, Page 5, Image 5

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    (arci Luncheon
At Manolis’
SOCIETY PAGE
Fireman's Auxiliary Give
Valentine Party
Service Society
Meet in Lyons
The Firemen's Ladies auxilary en­
tertained their husbands with a Val­
entine party Saturday night at the
firehall. Mrs Elma Stewart. Aud­
rey Cole and Toots Blazek were
hostess.
Pinochle
and
Canasta
prizes were won by Jean Roberts,
LaVerne
Knowles Bill
Stewart.
Alice Estenson and Raymond Rob­
erts. There were 33 present. The
Valentine motif was carried out.
The Womens Society of Christian
service meeting was held at the home
of Mrs Minnie Smith, Mrs. Laurence
Walworth presided over the business
meeting and the devotions were lead
by Mrs George Clipfell. Various
plans were made and Mrs. Willard
Hartnell chairman of the fancy
work committee asked everyone to
bring an apron as the project of the
month Each month some similar
MRS LINCOLN HENNESS GATES
article will be carried out. At the
Mi's. Lincoln Henness of Gates
close of the meeting Mrs. Smith
served refreshments to Mesdames, submits the following—her spring
Floyd Bassett, Alex Bodeker, Loren song:
“The Spring has came.
Chamberlain, George Clipfell, D. A.
The
snow has went.
Franklin, Willard Hartnell, Clinton
It was not did
Hubbard, George Huffman, Jim
By axy—dent!
Lande, Albert Ring, Sid Thoreson,
The sun has shined
Laurence Walworth, Mrs. Gladys
The
breeze has blowed.
Hargreaves, Mrs. Anna Johnson,
The birds has sang.
Mrs Alice Huber, Mrs Catherine
The flowers has growed,
Lyon, Mrs. Sullivan. Rev. and Mrs.
And the time has came—
O. A. Jewell.
As it always do
To spring the same old stuff
Quality job printing at the Enter­
On you"—
prise.
STATE AND FEDERAL
Income Tax Returns
SOCIAL SECURITY REFUNDS
NOTARY PUBLIC
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MILL CITY
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MILL CITY VARIER
JIM OLEARY
IRENE O’LEARY
I appeal to any cook, be she bride
or be she master, what is more dis­
heartening than a gorgeous egg
souffle gone tlat because it waited
in the oven for a late-homecoming
male ?
With my once-beautiful triumph
staring at me limply from a
scorched casserole I got a jovial:
“Sorry I’m late. dear. Watch
stopped again and I missed the
train.”
After murderous thoughts sub­
sided I determined that a new watch
was number one
on the present
parade for His
Honor’s birth­
day. I hied my­
self to the jew­
eler the next day
for a look at
something to
bring *im back
on time.
I got more than I bargained for:
I was treated to a behind-the-scenes
peek at how watch manufacturers
come up with those beautiful de­
signs you and I accept so casually.
Why, as much talent, thought, ef­
fort, research, and time goes into a
new watch design as into the latest
Paris femme fatale creation!
Take for instance. America’s
largest watch manufacturers in El­
gin, Ill., wanted a new series of
men’s and ladies’ watches in the
moderately-priced category to ap­
peal to the young and young in
heart. Then the fireworks started.
A panel of judges was carefully se­
lected made up of four young, top­
notch New York designers. These
experts drew up a list of qualifica­
tions a design must meet to get
their approval. Packed into the list
was research from throughout the
field; information from people who
forecast fashion, jewelers who find
out trends, the man on the street,
designers, manufacturers. Boiled
down, the qualifications said today's
watch must be simple and function­
al in design from which time can be
told at a glance. It must be smart
and uncluttered in appearance.
With the list firmly in hand, the
panel of judges next went over
hundreds of designs submitted by
Elgin. They came up with five
men’s and five ladies’ watches. And
the All American youth series was
born!
My own expert agreed with the
i'udges 100 per cent. And there
lasn’t been a scorched casserole
sine« his birthday!
Womans Cìub Hold
Gates Guest Day
Hostess at a lovely bridge luncheon
Wednesday served at the Manolis
plinning room was Mrs. Ray Stiner.
resident of the C. B. I. addition in
Mill City Bridge and Canasta were
the order of entertainment for the
afternoon.
Mrs. V Palmer was given the high
scoring honors in Canasta and Mrs.
M L. Fulton won second place. Low
canasta scores were held by Mrs. Lee
Owens, and Mrs Bert Provost. Dur­
ing the bridge play Mrs. Eldon Lents
held the high score and Mrs Allen
Keith took low score honors
Present at the luncheon were Mes­
dames; Roy Kendler. Joe McNealy.
H H Roberts, O. Mikkelsen, Bert
Provost, Ernie Bauer, Russell Hoff­
man. Jack I.acy. Eldon Lents. Ken­
neth Crosier. Floyd Jones, F. Car­
penter, Vincent Palmer, Lee Owen.
M L Fulton, Jack Murray. George
Humphrey. Bill Pickle. J. H. Barton,
Dick Gorman, J. Reid. G. Kindler,
Allen Keith, and the hostess Mrs.
Ray Stiner
Three Links Club
Give Card Partv
A card party sponsored by the
Three Links club was held Saturday
night at the Odd Fellows hall with
over 50 people in attendance. Mrs.
W. W. Henderson was in charge of
refreshments.
High scores in the pinocle game
were made by Clayton Baltimore and
Mrs
Walter Brisbin. Low score
honors were given to George Veteto
and Mrs. Mode Davis
In ”500" Mrs. Elsie Potter and
Floyd Völkel made the high score
with the low score going to Mr. and
Mrs L. E. Dike.
The Three Links held their regular
meeting Tuesday night at the home
of Mrs. Ida Fleetwood with the pres­
ident Chrissie Henderson presiding.
Those attending were Mesdames;
Blanche Syverson, Lettie Swan. Ber­
tha Shepherd. Hazel Nelson, Mel.
Robinson, Rachael Olmstead. Eva
Duffy, and Chrissie Henderson.
Guests were Bobby Taylor and
Mrs. Iverson.
Refreshments were served by the
hostess, Mrs. Ida Fleetwood. The
next meeting will be held at the
home of Mrs. Fred Duffy, March the
14th.
The Gates .Womans club met in
[ regular session. Thursday afternoon
at the social rooms of the high
school. This was guest day and each
member was requested to bring a
friend. A dessert luncheon was
served at one thirty o'clock. The
Valentine motif was used in the table
decorations by the hostesses, Mrs. Lyons Rebekah Party
Frank
Saunders,
Mrs.
Edward
Faith Rebekah lodge held their
Chance and Mrs. Joe Joaquin.
meeting at the hall with a good at­
Following the luncheon hour a tendance and the following officers
short business meeting was held with in the chairs, Blanche Wagner, noble
Mrs. Elmer Stewart presiding. The grand, Beulah Lewis vice grand,
meeting was opened by a salute to Garnett
Bassett
secretary,
and
the flag and singing of the club song, Celene Taylor treasure, Mrs. Roberta
“American the Beautiful.” It was Longnecker was installed as flag
reported by the treasure, Mrs. Velma bearer, and Mrs. Millie Beckett as
Carey that the sum of $135.48 had inside gaurdian. Following the busi-
j been cleared after all expenses had . ness meeting the commttee, Beulah
[ been paid, from the bazaar given Lewis, Alma Olmstead and Mabel
| last December. A committee was Bass entertained with a Valentine
¡appointed to arrange for a commun party and served dainty refresh­
ity card party to be given at the ments carrying out the Valentine
day. February 25. Those named motif.
school house the evening of Satur-
were Mesdames Glen Hearing, Theo­ FARMEN STORK SHOWER
dore Burton. Paul Davis, Ed. Chance,
A stork shower last Friday even­
| Floyd Völkel, and Elmer. At the ing »for Mrs Fred Farmen at the
close of the meeting the following home of Mrs. Guy Sorensen assisted
[program was presented: reading by I by Mrs. Ray Case. The evening was
Mrs Clarence Ball, Accordian solo— spent in playing games and prizes
[Carmen Stafford; poem -Mrs. Lin­ were won by Mrs. R L. Faust and
coln Henness; accordian solo—Wiley Mrs. Dallas Strickler. Those present
[Muise; a valentine word game—Mrs. were Mrs. Fred Farmen, Mrs. Calvin
I Paul Davis winning the prize. A Hunter, Mrs. R. L. Faust, Mrs.
drawing for a pair of pillow cases Clyde Golden, Mrs. Eldon Hutchi­
[was held. Mrs. Millsap held the son, Mrs. Ramon Roberts, Mrs. Dal­
[ lucky number. The social meeting las Strickler, Mrs. Howard Farmen,
[ for this month will be February 23. Mrs. Ray Case, Mrs. Guy Sorensen,
An invitation has been received and Mrs. Bennett.
Refreshments were served at the
from the Mill City Womans club for
, members of the Gates club to meet [conclusion of the evening.
[ with them at their next meeting.
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Tuesday evening. February 21st. in
the recreation rooms of the Presby
terian church.
Guests present Thursday were Mrs.
William Athey. Mrs. Ted Stiff. Mrs.
Clarence Ball, Mrs George Clise
Mrs Mrs W R Hutcheson. Mrs. M.
B Peetz. Mrs Oswald Hirte. Mrs
Barney Ryal, Mrs. C. H. Meader,
Carmen Stafford. Mrs. Burrel Cole,
Mrs. Hollis Tumidge, Mrs. Kay Mc­
Carty. Mrs. Nettie Glover. Mrs G.
D. Nelson, and Mrs. Wilson Park.
Mrs McCarty was welcomed as a
new member of the club. The six­
teen regular members of the club in
attendance were Mesdames P Davis
Völkel. Burton, Henneae. Wilson. L
Joaquin. Hearing. Klutke, Heath.
Shelton. Millsap, Carey. Stewart and
the hostesses Joaquin. Saunders and
Chance
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throwing them into wooded areas
The right of way may be yours, but
it isn’t worth dying for.
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Mari-Linn P.T.A. Meeting
The Mari-Linn P T.A. held their
meeting at the Rebekah hall Friday
i evening The main discussion was
[ the influence among the children on
the play ground and on the buses.
Much discussion was held in regard
to getting the play ground in shape
The heavy freeze has made it im
possible for parking of cars and is
to muddy for the children to play on.
A panel discussion was held among
the young people which was very’
interesting
Carleton Shower Thursday
Popular . I»e< «u«e
Thursday, Friday and Saturday
JOEL McCREA
and
VIRGINIA MAYO
in
Colorado Territory
Sunday and Monday
WAI T DISNEY’S
‘Ichabod and Mr. Toad’
and
Mrs Ruth Lyons. Mrs. Bertha '
Allen. Mrs Lucille Huber and Mrs.
Alta Bodeker were hostesses for a
in Technicolor
shower Thursday evening honoring
Tuesday and Wednesday
Mrs Bob Carleton with a stork
SPENCER TRACY’
shower held at the Rebekah hall
and
Mrs. Bodeker was in charge of the
DEBORAH KERR
games, which were followed by
opening of the gifts At the close
of the evening refreshments were
served to Mrs. Carleton honored
guest. Juanita Downing, Frances [
Thursday, Friday and Saturday «
Brownell, Alice Huber, Eva Bress- ,
YVONNE De CARLO
J
ler, Helen Johnston, Bea Hiatt Gar­
and
f
nett Bassett, Nadine Duggan. Hally
HOWARD DUFF
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Toman. Helen McClurg,
Eulalia
In
Lyons. Glenda Lindemann, Betty
CALAMITY JANE and ;
Johnston, Mabel Bass, Lois Scott.
SAM BASS
Fauneta LaVine, Anna B. Julian.
In Technicolor
Virgene Scott, Leota Worden Shirley
Nydlgger, Twila Dailey, Frances
Doors open at 7:20 P.M.
Bailey, Nellie Jones, Gertrude Weid­
Complete show can be seen any «
man. Mabie Downing. Helen Nydig-
time up to 8:80
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Letitia Lengacher. Inez Crook, Sly-
via Goodell, Myrtle Goodell, Florence
Naue, Carrie Naue, Effie Heineck, tha Allen, Lucille Huber and Alta
and the hostesses Ruth Lyons, Ber- Bodeker.
Seal Island
edward " my son
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