The Mill City enterprise. (Mill City, Or.) 1949-1998, July 13, 1950, Page 5, Image 5

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    5—THE MILL CITY ENTERPRISE
MILL CITY
week were M lss Mary Grow and
Clifford Swift of Othello. Wash. Fri­
day and Saturday, Mrs. Swift accom­
Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Golden and sons panied the couple to the coast where
have returned from their vacMion at they visited Mr and Mrs Robert
Weiser, Idaho and Portland where' Landro.
they visited relatives. They also' Mrs Ira Tuters and her daughter,
visited friends at Taft. Ore.
Mrs Cleo Fink and Margie of Klick­
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Gnuschke itat. Wash . were guests last week at
attended a reunion of her family in the home of Mrs. Charlie Smith of
Portland Sunday
Gates Mrs. Smith took her guests to
The Gates PT A met in the recrea­
Four young people from Mill City
Mrs. Gordon Knox is ill at home. view the Detroit Dam and later to
tion rooms of the high school, Thurs­ will participate in a double-wedding Her mother. Mrs. L. C. Salley of Los Mehama to visit Mabel Smith. Mrs
Fink and her daughter left for their
day evening, July 6. A short business j ceremony at the Christian church Angeles is caring for her.
Saturday at 8 p.m.
Mrs. Chester Ferguson and little home Monday morning
session was held. Tony Baker presid­
Three of the four graduated with son. Gregory, left Salem by plane Sun­
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Caswell visited
ing. The question of the change of
the 1950 class of the Mill City high day afternoon for Medford where' Mr. and Mrs. Paul Vincent while they
the meeting date from the first
school. The other, Kenneth Chance, they will visit relatives for two weeks. were in Salem Saturday. They re­
Thursday in each month to the second
Recent guests of Mr. and Mrs port Mr Vincent is able to be up in
who will wed Mary Jane (Sunnie)
was discussed.
It was decided to
Hoffman, graduated with the class of ¡George Veteto were Mr. and Mrs a wheel chair each day and can visit
table the discussion until such a time
| Robert Reed. Mrs. J. Olstead. and his wife.
, 1943
as there was a larger attendance.
Juanita Thomas and Jack Stewart Mrs. David Maxon of Canby, and Mr.
Mr. and Mi’s. Robert Allen of San
Mrs. Walter Thomas gave an interest­
will
also pronounce their vows before and Mis. Armel Peterson of Minn­ Francisco are visiting at the home of
ing talk on scouting and displayed
eapolis.
his mother. Mrs. W. W. Allen.
the work of several of the Cubs and Rev. Tom Courtney, Jr.
Mr. and Mrs. Ray Plymale and
The four invite all their friends to Lydia of Lebanon called on relatives
Girl Scouts in her troops.
Mrs.
Mrs Floyd Johnson entertained
Thomas made an earnest appeal to come to the ceremony and to the and friends recently.
Saturday in honor of her daughter,
the parents for more interest and reception at the church which will
Mrs. Grace Dart has returned to her Frances, on her 14th birthday. Out­
co-operation on their part.
She follow.
home following several days visit at door games were played and refresh­
stressed the need of more leaders,
Newport with her grandchildren, ments served. Present were Frances
both for the Cubs and the girls. Group MRS. HAROLD WILSON WINS
Mr. and Mrs. Johnnie Plymale and Johnson, Carol Jane Blazek, Janet
singing was led by Mr. Baker before DIAMOND IN RADIO CONTEST
daughter of Lebanon were overnight Brittan. Betty Craven, Bunny Caudle,
adjournment.
Refreshments were
Gates—Mrs. Harold Wilson is sport­ guests Friday at the Irl Plymale Shirley Cree, Joan Johnson. Kenny
Andrews. Bobby Cree, Arthur Webb.
served by the hostesses, Mr. Clarence ing a beautiful new diamond ring home.
Johnnie
Phillips. Boots Higdon and
Johnson, Mrs. Elmer Klutke, Mrs. Joe which she won by naming a song
Mrs. Florence Goudy and Jack of
Joaquin, Mrs. A. L. Meirose and Mrs. heard over the radio. Only one meas­ Portland were weekend guests of Mr Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Johnson.
Cecil Haun.
Recent guests at the home of Mr.
ure was played and only once. The and Mrs. Harold Mason.
Mrs.
Gwendolyn
Johnson and and Mrs. Lee Ross was their niece,
title of the song mentioned the prod­
uct advertised by the program. Mrs. daughter Judy of Los Angeles. Calif, Marilyn Miller and her friend. Carol
Wilson mailed a card with the name are visiting her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Cotterell of Los Angeles, California.
of the song as a lark. To her sur­ George Flook.
Mr. and Mrs. Lester Hathaway and
Warren Burton of Scio spent Sun­ Miss Nellie Hathaway have returned
prise she was notified she had won
the diamond. She and Mrs. T. R. Bur­ day with his brother-in-law and from a trip to Redding, California,
ton motored to Portland Thursday sister, Mr. and Mrs. George Cree.
where they visited Mr and Mrs. Nor­
Guests of Mrs. Anna Swift last man Hathaway and Carol Sue.
and claimed the prize at radio station
KGW.
Mr and Mrs. Max Kelly. Michael
and Patricia of Barstow, California
Mill City firemen and their families
have been recent guests of their par­
held an all-day picnic at Wehlms
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Sig Jepsen and
Grove Sunday. Horseshoes and other
other relatives.
games were played and a picnic din­
Eight local Campfire girls left Sat­
-a
ner featuring ice cream was served. urday morning for a week at Camp ! •»> •»>
Kilawan.
Mrs. Vincent Palmer. Mrs. L. Dyr-'
man and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Veness |
provided transportation for the chil- '
dren and their baggage as far as I
Salem. Children going were Georgia 1
and Margaret Palmer, Carolyn Har- |
EVENING APPOINTMENTS
SHIRLEY LAIRD
man, Shereen Muir, Carol Veness.
Located Next to Furniture Store
Linda Dyrman, Carolyn Britton and I
| Betsy Kriever.
PHONE 5951
GATES
Phone 6103
Reports from Camp Kilowan indi- ;
' cate that Lois White and Almeta
MILL CITY
Coffman of Lyons and Joyce Valen- I
tine and Joyce Pemberton of Mehama
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are also attending the second session
of the camp established by the Will­
HAVE A BETTER KITCHEN
amette area council of Campfire girls.
July 13, 1950
PACE
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Gates PT A Tables Move
To Change Meeting Date
Double Wedding Plans
Made By Local Couples
Mom & Pop's
CAFE
Private Dining
Local Campfire Girls Go
To Camp Kilowan Outing
Room
SIIIIU.EVS
BEAI TY SHOP
Beaiilj Salon
DEDICATION SERVICES HELD
AT CHRISTIAN CHURCH
TRAILER HOMES
Kits - Bales Aero
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10 to 31 feet
NEW AND USED
South Side Trailers
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If yours is a modern kitchen you
already have experienced the sat­
isfaction of being able to keep the
equipment clean with little effort.
Steel kitchen cabinets, and most re­
frigerators and washing machines
are finished in a hard, baked-on
enamel paint that will not absorb
dirt.
And sink tops and ranges are cov­
ered with glass-like porcelain en­
amel that is impervious to dirt and
will resist food acids which might
cause staining.
Dedication services were held Sun­
day morning for the church officers
of the Christian church who were
elected June 30 by members of the
church.
Officers are: Elders, Glen Shelton.
Joe Vaughn, and Tom Shelton; dea­
cons, Eldon Hutchison, Jack John­
ston, George Ditto, Milton Roten,
Buck Shoop, and Irl Plymale; dea­
Use a Damp Cloth
conesses. Mrs. Joe Vaughn, Mrs. Irl
Ordinarily just a swish of a damp
Plymale, Mrs. Una White, Mrs. Elmer
cloth across these surfaces will re­
Shaw, Mrs. Tom Shelton, and Mrs.
move food particles, dust and dirt.
Clarence Howe; treasurer, Mrs. Tom
When foreign matter does become
Shelton; Sunday school superintedent, l encrusted, a sudsy water made of
Mrs. Carl Chance; assistant superin­ ! mild soap is recommended. Abra-
tendent, Tom Shelton; Sunday school I sive cleansers should be used only
in an emergency, because the tiny
secretary. Mrs. Eldon Hutchison;
but sharp edges of the abrasive ma­
church clerk. Mrs. Carl Charge;
terial eventually will dull the
church pianist. Mrs Eldon Hutchison;
sparkle of both enamel and porce­
lain.
assistant pianist, Mrs. Glen Shelton;
The manufacturers of kitchen
trustee, Irl Plymale, and cradle roll
equipment and appliances are care­
superintendent, Mrs. Ed Cooke.
ful to provide enamel surfaces that
will clean easily and be resistant
< HR AGO MARKET REFLECTS
to wear. Before the paint is applied
the steel is meticulously cleaned
RISING I I MINER PRM I S
and put through a special process
Lumber and lumber product dealer
that makes the metal resistant to
to contractor prices continued to ad­
rusting. Then the enamel is
vance generally in Chicago during
sprayed on evenly and put through
June for the fourth consecutive
drying ovens in temperatures up
month, says a current Department of
to 275 degrees. This process gives
a tough yet pliable finish that pre­
Labor bulletin.
vents dirt from getting a foothold.
No. 1 common Douglas fir two-by-
Resists Food Acids
fours increased 5 percent to $126.60
Porcelain enamel, which is the
! per 1,000 board feet. Douglas fir
most practical, attractive and popu­
interior plywood panel, sound one
lar material for sink tops, is es­
side, increased 4 percent to $192.25
sentially glass and by its very na­
per 1.000 square feet. Two panel
ture dirt proof. An acid-resisting
ingredient in the porcelain keeps
Douglas fir doors increased 4 percent.
food acids from leaving stains, al­
though
the surface should be wiped
Middle Age: When you begin to ex­
immediately after being exposed to
change your emotions for symptoms.
foods of this type.
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Just Arrived...
A DAUGHTER To Mr and Mrs
Charles Wolverton of Mill City and
John Day. Oregon, Saturday, July
8. at the Salem General hospital.
A SON—To Mr and Mrs. Hudson
Behrens of Mehama, Saturday, July
8. at Salem Memorial hospital.
A SON—To Mr and Mrs. Albert
Yankus of Mill City, Tuesday, July
11, at Salem Memorial hospital.
A DAUGHTER—To Mr. and Mrs
Lenthal Ragsdale. Box 466. Mill City.
Wednesday. July 12.
THURSDAY. JULY 13th
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In
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Hurricane
Airforce vs. Tropical Hurricane!
FR1D XY and SATURDAY
July llth and 15th
GENE AUTRY in
Men always want to be a woman's
first love. Women have a more subtle
instinct: what they like is to be a
man's last romance. O.W.
Riders of the Whistling
Pines
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July ltitli amt 17th
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Funniest Comedy of the Y’ear!
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July 18th and 19th
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Doors ojien at 7:20 P.M.
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