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About The Mill City enterprise. (Mill City, Or.) 1949-1998 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 11, 1951)
The MILL CITY ENTERPRISE
M1U. CITY, OREGON
I ■>—THE MILL CITY ENTERPRISE
January 11, 1951
By MRS. ALBERT MILLSAP
By REBA SNYDER
DON PETERSON, publisher
COMMUNITY AIMS THRU CO-OPERATION
Mervin Haun, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. Elbert Brown re-
Cecil Haun, has been ill at his home turned Wednesday evening after a
1. SANTIAM MEMORIAL HOSPITAL.
this week suffering from a badly in two week visit in Coos Bay with Mr.
2. MILL CITY STREET IMPROVEMENT.
un EHTIMMa "ni insertion for 50c or three for SI.'.»*'
fected knee and under a physician's and Mrs. Earl Fitzgerald.
3. LOCAL YOUTH RECREATION CENTER.
Th Enterprise will not l,e responsible for more than one Incorrect In
care. Mervin fell as he was playing
The grade school basketball game
4. MILL CITY DIAL TELEPHONE SYSTEM.
basket ball and burned and skinned was lost Friday night with a score
Advertising 45c column inch. Political Advertising 75c inch.
5. MILL CITY PARK PUBLIC SWIMMING POOL.
his knee which later became infected. of 14 to 28. Mill City grade school
6. ELIMINATION OF BANFIELD’S NIGHTMARE.
Lt. Gale Carey, veteran of the last was their opponent. Playing were
7. MILL CITY AREA SEWAGE DISPOSAL SYSTEM.
world war, has received orders to re Lloyd Ketchum, Gerald Vickers. Fred
8. IMPROVE HIWAY 222 BETWEEN MILL CITY AND LYONS.
port at Phoenix, Ariz., February 1 Davis, Russell Rice, and Robert Lady; I
for service. Lieutenant Carey saw substituting on first string were Don
9. OBTAIN CANYON YEAR ’ROUND PAYROLL INDUSTRIES.
active duty in Europe during World ald Bray, Finley Hamilton, Salty
10. DETROIT, GATES, AND MILL CITY UNION HIGH SCHOOL.
War II. He is the son of Mrs. Velma Wright, Donald Ellingson, and Lee I
Carey, is married and has a small Hopson.
“THE PAPER THAT HAS NO ENEMIES HAS NO FRIENDS.”
The girls volley ball team also lost
Mr. and Mrs. Wilson Park and to Mill City.
Playing on Detroit
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three children were Gates visitors team were Eva New, Edna Golden,
Saturday from their home in Salem. Judy Haseman, Mickie Hamilton,
The Park family were residents of Loretta Nygaard, Bernice Meales, Lil
Gates for two years before moving lian Butler, Anna Carte, and Earlene
Bov Scout» and Girl Scout», under proper supervision, are an asset to to Salem.
any community in which they may reside. Mill City is no exception on this
Recent guests at the home of Mr.
Gifts for the “Tide of Toys” spon
score. Mill City male and female adult» are needed for this guidance—NOW • and Mrs. Jesse Haywood were Mr. sored by the American Legion and
This week the Mill City PTA forthrightly sponsored a visit of an im and Mrs. Harold Hostettle, of Salem. Auxiliary are to be left at Girod’s
portant Scout executive, who carefully outlined a course of action for this
Among the improvement taking store in Idanha and at Baldwin’s in
Will be at his Mil* City office In the Jenkins Building
community. Why not build quickly on this PTA Scouting interest foundation? place in Gates is the addition of two Detroit. These gifts are to be sent
Thursday afternoons 1 to 6 p.m.
Today there must be established a convenient meeting place where the more units to the motel owned and to European children. Children are
Thursday evenings by Appointment.
operated by Mr. and Mrs. Ray Lord. to take their gifts to school and put
worthwhile projects of Scouting can be pursued unhampered by outsiders.
Mr. and Mrs. Ned Richards have their names and addresses on them.
Mill City citizens have reached down into their pocketbooks and labored
HOME OFFICE: 313 W. FIRST, ALBANY
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Reese of
with their hands in times past in providing the means whereby its boys enlarged and redecorated the interior
and girls could learn the ways of Scouting.
Residents speak of having constructed, as a community project. Scout for the installation of a shuffleboard. her parents, Mr. and Mrs. James Gor-
club houses in a central location in Mill City. The sands of time apparently The work was completed several ron the past weekend.
Bobby Gordon, who missed the last
have erased the results of this project and much of the spirit nurturing weeks ago.
Mr. and Mrs. Nelson Lanphear were week of school recovering from ton
Scouting. It in high time that recognition is given to the fact that from youth
Gates and Mill City visitors for a silectomies are again able to be back
civilization draws the vital breath of creativeness.
i week following Christmas. The Lan- in their classes.
jphears, former residents of Gates, are
The block south of Girod’s store is
'spending the winter in eastern Ore- being graded for paving. As it is
Mrs. the mainly traveled street, the city
The League of Nations was a noble experiment which failed to bring , gon where he is employed.
world government. The United Nations was on the brink of collapse until
Has Everything for Your
many Nations of the World, following our leadership, united behind the . ankle and an arm injury, while here. improved.
, 1 when she fell through the ceiling of
U.N. in a sincere effort towards world peace. Everything done in this
I their home to the floor below. She company mill in full swing again
latest crisis is voluntary. There is nothing to force other lands to send
j was confident no bones were broken after a two-week shut down for boiler
soldiers, ships, and supplies to deal with an aggressor nation. This is not
, and returned to eastern Oregon after repair, and the tearing down of the
World Government anymore than the action taken in the last war by the
Furniture and Bookkeeping Supplies
. New Year’s day.
old planer shed.
victorious Allies or by the defeated Axis Powers.
Mrs. Norman Carey of Albany spent
The only sure way that permanent peace can be guaranteed is through
I the weekend at the home of Mrs. after treatments in the Wheeler clinic,
World Government. History bears out this statement. Only during the
Velma Carey. Lt. Norman Carey, At present she is home but expects
Roman Empire rule of the known world was there any extended period of
son of Mrs. Velma Carey, is with the to go Thursday for another series
peace. But are we, as individuals and as a group, ready for this thing called,
U. S. forces in Korea and at latest of treatments.
“World Government"? To us, as individuals, it will mean that we will
word was stationed near Seoul.
Mrs. Athol Savage is again home
become less important. Our vote will count no more than that of a man
Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Rush had as from the Bend hospital and feeling
in China. France, or the Union of South Africa. No longer will we have j their guest several days last week
an Army, Navy, or Marine Corps. No longer will there be a high tariff to Mrs. Bertha Jargenson of Jefferson,
protect manufacturers and farmers. No longer will the worker be pro ’ who is Mrs. Rush's sister.
tected in his job by immigration quotas. All this means that our standard
Mr. and Mr. Robert Kelle and two
of living will fall somewhere near the standard of the other peoples of the 'babies have returned from Sutherlin
; to Gates to make their home. Kelle
Ernie Podrabsky is now in training
It is a high price to pay for peace. Is the price too high? Out of the has been employed for several months
first World War came the League of Nations, a step toward the ultimate in Sutherlin. They will stay at the with the Air Forces in Texas.
Martin Craig, son of Mr. and Mrs.
goal. From the second World War the United Nations was born, a further home of Mrs. Kelle’s parents, the
Tommy Craig, after a second delay,
step to the goal of World Government.
Hollis Turnidges, until they can find awaits call from the Alameda, Calif.,
If there is a third World War, there will he only one dominant power I a location here.
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coast guard base to go on active duty.
which will rule the world in much the same manner as in the time of the
Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Cooper of
old Roman Empire. Will it be necessary to have this war, the greatest Lakeview arrived at the home of their
livan home were Mr. and Mrs. Oscar
of all. in order to secure lasting peace?
daughter, Mrs. Joe Joaquin, Sunday, Fredrickson. It is reported that Mrs.
| where they will stay while Cooper Charles Sullivan has the distinction
will receive medical treatment in Port- of being the first bride to take her
land. Other guests at the Joaquin vows in Niagara, Ore.
SUNDAYS AND HOIXDAY~
' home this week were her uncle and
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Foster this week
8 A M. to 7 P.M.
9 A.M. to 12 NOON
I wife from North Bend, Mr. and Mrs. took up residence in one of "Tex”
SPRAY OR BRUSH
J G. Paxson.
WE GIVE TRADING STAMPS
Guests, Thursday and Friday of came to Oregon from Washington.
AND ALUMINUM AND DISHES
SIGNS ANY SIZE
last week, at the home of Mr. and
Mr. and Mrs. Cliff Waddel honored
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Mrs. Albert Millsap were Mrs. Laura Mrs. Carl Redmond by giving a birth
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Chilson and son, Jerry Chilson, from day party for her in their apartment. SSOSRKÖWXX « - " " X st X x st st st a st st st
RAINY SEASON AND WINTER MONTHS.
Santa Monica, Calif., and Miss Bea Mr. and Mrs. Redmond are Mill City
trice Chilson of New York City.
Mrs. Fred Butler is hospitalized in
Glen Julian in the interest of the
I Salem where she was taken this week. Philippi Tire shop is attending the
Box 607, Mill City
DON’T BE] CAUGHT IN THAT LIST OF OLD
It is reported she underwent major tire and rubber conference held at
WORN-OUT CAR OWNERS
Santa Barbara. Calif.
Mrs. George Mielke, accompanied
The Jack Colburns entertained the
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by her sister, Mrs. Wayne Ransom Dave Epps Tuesday evening.
of Lyons was a Portland visitor
The Firemen, their auxiliary, and
(¡et the best at a saving to you!
Thursday of this week.
local telephone operators are still
Other Portland visitors Friday talking about the recent annual Fire
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were Mrs. Jess Moses and Mrs. John men's New Year’s Eve party.
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I.aHaie, both of the Oak motel.
Mrs. Gertrude Mason visited in the
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home of Mr. and Mrs. George Veteto.
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I Mrs. Mason was a guest in many other
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Mill City residents’ homes during her
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NEW OR SECOND HAND <», *4. 1, l‘i, I'l-inch
1941 CHRYSLER ROYAL 4-DOOR SEDAN
\ GOOD SELECTION OF FITTINGS
By JEAN ROBERTS
Lowell Stiffler inspired and insti
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The Southern Bar BQ, which has gated a birthday party for his wife
The above cars carry our regular guarantee backed by
been closed for several days for re- this week. Helping and carrying out
our 35 years of automobile business in Salem. Come
decorating, is again open. Mr. and the idea in fine manner in the Stiffler
in, pay us a visit; it will save you money.
M \8H BOWLS. Heavy Cast. Brass Faucets
to this community, plan to assist Goschies. George Steffys, and George
Andy Spriggs in operating the estab Vetetos.
SINKS, Heavy Cast. 6 «ile»
lishment. Mr. Erickson is a construc
Martin Schroeder, Mrs. Lowell
CAST IRON soil. PIPE. per foot
Stiffler's father, was a guest in the
Home of Service
A teen-age party and dance was Stiffler home this week.
405 N. Com’l St.
495 N. Com’l St
435 N. Court St.
held Thursday night with a large
Mrs. Virgil Preston of Toledo was
number of young folks attending. entertained this week in the Ernie
Records were furnished by Alan Brown home. Mrs. Preston is Mrs.
Pooler and a record changer and am Brown's sister.
plifier by Bill Bilyeu. A few Stay
The Martin Hansen's daughter has
ton young people attended.
been seriolsly ill of virus pneumonia
A large group of women attended in Longview, Wash.
the home extension meeting Friday
afternoon at the Women's club house the meeting, was the gift-wrapping
to hear the guest speaker discuss exhibits which have been demon
strated each time by two loeal women.
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Never quite got the hang of how
to play chess myself, but I'll »ay
this for the game — it started one
of the strongest friendship» I
know of: between Dad Wilson in
our town and a fellow in Sudbury,
II Years Experience
The two of them have never met
or seen each other but for eight
•r nine years they've been playing
chess by mail togvther. Dad pux-
iles over the Englishman's latest
letter, takes a couple of days to
think it over, and then airmails a
chart of A m next move.
Dad always thinks best with a
mellow glass of beer beside his
chessboard. And the fellow in Eng
land writes that he does the same.
' Almost as if we were in the same
room.” says Dad contentedly.
From where I sit. you run talk
about diplomacy and foreign pol
icy. but it’s often little friendly
things — like a game of che»« or a
glass of beer — that can make for
tolerance and understanding . . .
between people of different na
tions. between folks here at home!
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