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About The Mill City enterprise. (Mill City, Or.) 1949-1998 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 19, 1950)
The MILL CITY ENTERPRISE
Mill City Hi-lites
By LELA KELLY
By EVA BRESSLER
A pre-school clinic for all children
DON PETERSON, Publisher
Report cards were issued to the
ond-claae matter November 10. 1944 at the post office at
over six months will be held at the
Mill City, Oregon, under the Act of March 3, 1879.
school house October 31, from 9:15 students of Mill City high on Tues
the 17th of October. There were |
4I>% I'.m iHni.! One Insertion for 50c or three for |l."0.
till 12. A fee of 25 cents a child day,
20 students with the required grades |
The Enterprise wtA not be responsible for more than one incorrect in
sertion. Errors in advertising should be reported immediately. Display
in order to be on the Honor Roll.
A good crowd attended the quilting Those
Advertising 45c column inch Political Advertising 75c inch.
with all A’s and B’s were as
at the club house Thursday afternoon. follows:
The committee, Alice Huber, Ethel
Seniors, 37*6% — Sue Mikkelson,
Huffman, Helen Hubbard, Anna B.
Wanda Vandermeer, and 1 Marlene
Julian, Alta Bodeker and Evelyn Verbeck.
Julian met and completed the plans
for the tamale sale to be held Wednes Juniors, 33t6% — Donna Cooke, I
Alona Daly, Daryl Farmen, Leia |
day evening, Oct. 18.
Mrs. George Huffman visited Mon- Kelly, David Keyes, Arlone Kuhlman,!
"TIIE PAPER THAT HAS NO ENEMIES HAS NO FRIENDS.”
day at the home of her parents Mr. Dolores Poole, and Thad Roberts.
- George Putnam.
Sophomores, 6*6%—Betty Lou Cree
and Mrs. George Hubbard in Eugene,
She was accompanied as far as Hal- and Joan Johnson.
Freshmen, 2216%— Janet Brinton,
sey by Mrs. Rammie Martell and
Gregory, Herbert Hampton, i
little son who also visited at the home
of her parents Mr. and Mrs, Averill. Frances Johnson, Richard Lovel, |
“Hi» growing position in the House makes him valuable as a Congress Mrs. Catherine Lyon spent the Richard Verbeck, and Mary Jo Wol
man,” says the Capital Journal of the Play-Hoy Congressman from the First weekend in Portland at the home of verton.
her daughter and family Mr. and “GOODNIGHT, UNCLE GEORGE”
The student body play entitled I
He is the thirty-second member of the House Armed Services committee. Mrs. Summers.
“Goodnight, Uncle George” was off
Seniority determines rank on the committee and our Playboy outranks only
to a good start this week. The char
a representative from Pennsylvania and the voteless one from Hawaii. He So Dak., is visiting at the home of acters appointed by Miss Baney, the
Mrs. Minnie Smith. The two ladies
has been in Congress two terms and at his rate of expansion, mathematically, were neighbors in So. Dakota, when director, after tryouts which were
if he does not explode with conceit, which is most likely, he will be chair their children were small.
held last week were as follows: Jean
man of the committee in sixty-four years.
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Trask of Al nie, Alona Daly; Bessie, Donna Beng-
Two terms in Congress but time enough for him to break every promise bany spent the weekend at the home ston; Mary, Mary Jo Wolverton; Mrs.
that he made to the folks of his district, with the result that the Farmers of her parents Mr. and Mrs. Albert Allen, Patricia Brown; Stella, Arlone
Kuhlman; Betty, Marline Tickle; I
Union, the Grange, the CIO and the AFL, in fact all the folks have tabulated Ring.
Nancy, Leia Kelly; Peggy, Vera
the Play-Boy's record and all organizations that do make endorsements have George Dewall of Albany and a Loucks;
Junior, Thad Roberts; Butch,
endorsed his opponent Hoy R. Hewitt.
Gary Peterson; Bill, Richard Ver
Play-Boy Norblad made a junket around the world at the tax-payers at the Ring home Sunday afternoon. beck; Bert, Denny; Harold, Robert
Mrs. Kattib Skillings second grade
expense as a member of the Armed Services committee, spent a couple of teacher in the Lyons school was taken Keyes; Mr. Allen, Bob Shelton;
days being entertained by the Brass in Korea. He either had too much fun to the Salem Memorial hospital Sun George, Dick Williams.
The play, which is a comedy in
or lacked the ability to see and understand that what agricultural South day after taking suddenly ill.
Korea needs was soil fertility and know how. He is quoted by the press Jimmie Thoma of Lebanon spent three acts, will be put on the 17th
the weekend at the home of his grand of November.
and radio with having made the following stupid statement:
SENIORS WIN CONTEST
"The administration wanted to send them fertilitzer and farm equip parents Mr. and Mrs. Amos Hiatt.
Miss Dean Thompson and Miss Viv The senior clast won the maga
ment instead of guns; We took the position there was no sense sending
ian Boyce both teachers at the Mari- zine sale on a percentage basis last
material like that to provide a juicy plum for the communists to seize."
Linn school attended homecoming at week. The junior class took in more
All military technicians know that food, clothing and high morale are the Oregon College of Education in money, but because the seniors had
just as essential to a nation's defense as guns and ammunition.
a higher percentage, they won the
Monmouth over the weekend.
Communism germinates and grows in the debris of ignorance, poverty
Mrs. Floyd Bassett entertained the cup, which is said to be on the way.
and disease. The Koreans are eighty-five percent illiterate, poor beyond the birthday club from Gates with a party The freshmen won the booby prize
power of an American to imagine, and crowded down with infectious, con at her home in Fox Valley, several which consists of a cute little rubber
tagious and degenerative diseases. In this small world no one is safe when tables of eucher were in play, guests Indian that is displayed in the library
present were Mrs. Gerald Heath, Mrs. of the school. $582.75 was taken in
there is a spot on it where such conditions exist.
Clarence Johnson, Mrs. Gwen Schear. on the sale. The profit will be spent
The cure for Communism is to remove the debris in which it grows.
Mrs. Lula Collins, Mrs. Ed Davis, for some much needed basketball and
Fertilizer and rich well cultivated soil produces a high standard of living Mrs. Walter Brisbin, Mrs. Elmer baseball supplies.
which makes possible education and the elimination of disease. But says Stewart, Mrs. Riley Champ, Mrs.
the Capital Journal:
Blanche Dean and Mrs. Martha • There are some new books in the Î
"Some question has been raised since the political campaign started Bowes.
library of the school this week, Al-
Mrs. W. R. Stevens was hostess for though they have just been shel
about his vote in January on Korea. He voted at the time against economic
the meeting of the Home Economics lacked, they will be ready for the I
aid to Korea if such economic aid were not supplemented with arms aid.”
Thus the Capital Journal trying to again foist him on the folkB it club of the Santiam Valley Grange students to borrow for two weeks in
confesses his guilt. The vote against $60 million aid to Korea was 191 FOR held at her home Tuesday afternoon. another day or so. Some of the new
Mrs. Stevens was appointed chairman
and 192 AGAINST. Walter Norblad cast the deciding vote against the aid of the fancy work committe. It was books include “Cheaper by the Dozen”
and “Back Home”, the story of a re
and it was defeated. With the result that the communists logically reasoned also voted to make a United Nations turned veteran that is trying to ad
that the United States had abandoned Korea, that if we would not spend flag for the grange hall.
Present just himself to life in the United
$60 million to enable them to defend themselves that the people of the were Mesdames Floyd Bassett, Dal States once more.
United States would not spend five billion dollars and spill the blood of their las Franklin, Steve Dark, Albert Ju
VACATION FOR TWO DAYS!
lian, May Patton and Mrs. Stevens.
sons to defend them.
The high school and grade school
Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Fox and son pupils will be allowed to stay home
And that so reasoning they began the invasion, and the blood of
America's sons stained the mud in the impoverished rice paddies of Korea, Larry Stevens of Payette, Idaho, vis two days next week because of a
ited relatives in Lyons. They were
AND THAT IH.OOD-STA1N ED Ml D IS ALL OVER THE HANDS OF guests at the home of his aunt and : teachers’ institute. The teachers will
have to go to school for a while! The
CONGRESSMAN WALTER NORBLAD.’
uncle Mr. and Mrs. Earl Allen, they
That is the Play-Boy that the Capital Journal says "Should be returned also visited his grandmother Mrs. high school teachers will go to Al
bany, while the elementary teachers
to Congress”. Before the election let him explain this to the Mothers of Lizzie Bassett, and at the home of will go to Salem.
his district whose sons are dead or maimed as a result of his stupidity in his uncle and aunt Mr. and Mrs. Floyd
not being able to free himself from partisan politics long enough to see and Bassett in Fox Valley.
The freshmen are planning a Hal
understand what all informed persons clearly saw.
lowe'en party for Friday, the 28th
of October. It will be held at the
high school and all students are in-
Mr. A. E. Stahlman and wife were ; vited to attend.
BEAT ST. BONIFACE!
in Salem this week visiting Mrs.
The Mill City Timberwolves of Mill
Eddie Stone, who is in the hospital,
Mr. Alfred Stahlman and his brother, City will meet the St. Boniface Saints
of Sublimity next Friday on the local
Ward Stahlman and family.
The game on the 20th of
Cornelius Bateson, candidate for field.
the state senate from Marion county October will begin at 2 p.m.
was in the city Monday meeting local people are urged to attend and
old friends and passing out campaign help support the team in order to
literature. He was on his way to BEAT ST. BONIFACE!
Detroit and Idanha in the interests
G.A.A. SPONSORS SHOW ER
of his campaign.
Mr. Bateson is The Girls’ Athletic Association is
interested in the school problems that sponsoring a bridal shower in honor
confront the various districts. Mr. of Miss Marlene Verbeck, bride-elect
Bateson is a farmer in the Pratum of Kirk Wirick. The shower will be
area. Bateson was census supervisor held in the high school recreation
during the recent census of this dis room Friday evening (20th) at 8 p.m.
trict which comprised five counties. All the girls of the high school are
Mr. M. W. Dorothy and son. Gale, invited to attend.
left last Friday for a visit at Dayton, |
ARDITH JONES RETURNED
Wyo., with Mr. Dorothy’s son and
Miss Ardith Jones, daughter of Mr. §
daughter, Ted Dorothy and Mrs. Ruth I and Mrs. Floyd Jones of Mill City, a
Howell. Mr. Dorothy will remain in > has returned home after attending St.
Wyoming for the winter, but Gale Marys high school at Seattle for the
will return to Mill City after a short [ past sir weeks. She is a junior in
visit in North Dakota.
the local school now.
MILL CITY, OREGON
Don't be tricked
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"Jf miles from nearest (\irkint meter"
Sales and Service
Painting and Papering
SPRAY OR BRUSH
SIGNS ANY SIZE:
GET YOUR FREE ESTIMATE NOW FOR INTERIOR
DECORATING. 10% LESS FOR WORK BOOKED FOR
RAINY SEASON AND WINTER MONTHS.
Call Bill Obershaw
Phone 3215 or Write Box 607, Mill City
PUT ANTI-FREEZE IN NOW AND
BE READY WHEN THE COLD
WEATHER GETS HERE’
We take better care of your car
USED TRAILERS OF MANY MAKES
Fir Grove Trailer Sales
ONE MILE WEST OF MI1.I. CITY
ON HIGHWAY 22?
for Friday & Saturday
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and other prohibition evils
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