The Mill City enterprise. (Mill City, Or.) 1949-1998, January 25, 1951, Page 5, Image 5

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    5—THE MILI. CITY ENTERPRISE
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January 25, 1951
PACE
Hoffman Luncheon
Aids Kindergarten
lovely one o'clock luncheon was
served to forty-seven ladies Wednes­
day afternoon at the home of Mrs.
Russell Hoffman. They were served
at tables set throughout the delight­
fully appointed rooms.
The entire
hospitality and prizes for the canasta
and pinochle tables were donated by
Mrs. Hoffman to aid the fund for
the Mill City kindergarten.
Two door prizes were presented to
Mrs. George Humphries and to Mrs.
Jack Lacey. Mrs. Don Peterson won
high at the pinochle tables with Mrs.
Roy Kindler, second and Mrs. George
Veteto taking low prize.
Mrs. George Ditter won high at
canasta and Mrs. Shipley second prize,
with Mrs. Joe McNealy third. Mrs.
Jack Lacey took low.
Mrs. Kenneth Crosier greeted the
guests at the door with several ladies
assisting with the serving. Everyone
had a very nice afternoon with all
pleased that the coffers of the kinder­
garten had swelled by $48.00.
A
Devine-Etzel
Wed Saturday
Firemen s Auxiliary
Hold Regular Meet
liiuumuii
The Mill City Firemen’s Auxiliary Till RS., FRIDAY and SATURDAY
held their regular meeting at the
Jan. 25th, 26th and 27th
firehall Thursday evening, January
Barbara
Stanwyck. Wendell Corey
18th with twelve members present,
Walter Huston in
Mrs. John Muir was introduced as
THE FURIES
a new member.
Betty Meinert outgoing president
— Plus —
opened the business meeting and then
Charlie
McCarthy and
turned it over to Elma Stewart, the
new president, Irene Podrabsky, who Mortimer Snerd in Sweden
presented gifts to the outgoing of­
In Technicolor
ficers.
During the business meeting it was
SUNDAY and MONDAY
Jan. 28th and 29th
voted to buy a large kettle and a
butcher knife for the kitchen. It was
WALT DISNEY S
also voted to donate to the March of
Dimes.
Plans were made for a Y’alentine
In Technicolor
party for the firemen and their wives.
After the meeting cards were played
TUESDAY and WEDNESDAY
and prizes won by Elma Stewart,
Jan. 30th and 31st
Virginia Olmstead and Mary Ann
JOHN YVAY'NE and
Stewart.
Delicious refreshments were served
I.ARAINE DAY
by the hostesses Marge Ditter and
in
Betty Meinert.
Miss Norma Jean Devine, daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Merle Devine, of
Gates was married to Peter A. Etzel,
son of Mrs. Philomena Etzel, of
At a buffet luncheon Tuesday after­ retary, and Mrs. George Crandall and
Sublimity, Saturday, January 20.
noon in the American Legion hall, Ruth Parton, members of the hospi­
The service was held in the St.
Stayton, 138 women from various sec­ tal auxiliary. Mrs. Conner gave a
Boniface church in Sublimity at nine
tions of Santiam valley and canyon ¡very fine instructive and inspiring
a.m. Wedding music was furnished
area that will be served by Santiam 1 outline of the plans of the Lebanon
by Barbara Mintin at the organ, Joan
Memorial hospital heard plans out­ auxiliary and the work it is now doing.
Birkholtz sang. Rev. Father Jose I’h
The honored guests at the speak­
lined for the organization of a Wom­
Scherbring read the vows.
en’s Hospital Auxiliary to serve the ers table were Mrs. Grace Kiersey,
The bride was given in marriage by
president of the American Legion
new memorial hospital.
her father, Merle Devine. She wore
G. W. Schachtsick, general chair­ Auxiliary, Stayton, who served as
a gown of white satin, designed with
man of the campaign, presided. L. D. chairman of the Legion committee in
a deep yoke of lace, long sleeves and
furnishing
the
campaign
luncheons
Barr, adviser, outlined - the purpose
court train. The long veil was of
and program of the women’s hospital and dinners and Mrs. G. W. DeJardin.
silk net, edged with wide lace and
auxiliary and pointed to the need of assistant chairman.
arranged from a Juliet cap, trimed in
Appreciation
was
given
to
Mrs.
long range planning for service in
seed pearls. The bride carried a
the new hospital and the important Kenneth Hansen, Mrs. Wm. Burrell
white prayer book, with white orchid
part the women play in fulfilling the and those who assisted them in pre-
and white satin streamers, white
I
paring
the
buffet
luncheon.
humanitarian service of the hospital
hyacinth blossoms knotted in the rib­
in future years. There will be a board
bons.
of directors selected by a special com­
Miss Lorena June was her sisters
mittee as authorized to adopt by-laws
maid of honor. She wore a winter
and elect officers. The organization
blue satin gown, fashioned with full
plan contemplates the formation of
skirt and carried a yellow net fan,
Frances Caraway, daughter of
branches of the auxiliary in each of
In Technicolor
American Legion Auxiliary trimmed in yellow baby chrysanthe­ Mr. Miss
and Mrs. Frank Caraway visited
the communities that will be served
mum and yellow streamers, and her parents over the weekend.
Sunday, January 28th, is a must Holds January Meeting
by the hospital.
Each branch will
matching coronet.
COMING: FEB. 1st, 2nd and 3rd
have its own officers and committee­ date for the citizens of this commu­
Mrs. Philomena Basl, sister of the
The
American
Legion
auxiliary
held
nity
for
between
the
hours
of
3
and
COPPER CANYON
women; each branch will establish
bridegroom, was bridesmaid.
Her
LICENSED
chapters in farm organizations and 6 p.m. the PTA will sponsor a bene­ its January meeting the 11th at the gown was identical style, but of
Technicolor
rural areas, churches, lodges, labor fit ham dinner at the Mill City grade home of Mrs. Ernest Ragsdale, with gold satin and her fan of blue, with
Ray Milland and Hedy Lamarr
Mrs. C. A. Bruder, co-hostess. Mem­ blue matching head dress.
organizations, industries and in vari­ school cafeteria.
ous women’s civic and other organiza­ Tickets, 50 cents for children under bers present were Mesdames Arthur
Attending the groom was his
SUN., MON., FEB. 1th and 5th
tions. There will be no dues. The 12 and $1.00 for adults, are on sale at Chase, Joe A. Clark, Jack Colburn, brother, Albin Etzel, as best man and
MA AND PA KETTLE
plan was given unanimous endorse­ Muir's Bakery, Mill City Pharmacy, Norman Jensen, Frank Stovall, Camp­ John human, his cousin was grooms­
$1.50 per month and up
ment by the leaders present. It was Mill City Variety, and through the bell Stewart and the hostess.
man. Ushering was the bride’s cou­
GO TO TOWN
Also serving Gates and Lyons
President Colburn announced that sin, Dale Bassett and the bride­
announced that all women who desire school. It is urged that all purchase
to co-operate and work may become their tickets early so that the proper six needy children were given com­ groom’s brother, Theodore Etzel.
MILL CITY
plete outfits of clothing for Christ­ For her daughter’s wedding Mrs.
Doors open at 7:20 P.M.
members of the auxiliary by writing amount of food can be prepared.
DISPOSAL
SERVICE
Complete show can be seen any
mas
by
the
auxiliary.
Members
voted
Santiam Memorial Hospital, Box 454,
Devine
chose
a
brown
suit
and
wore
The PTA as sponsoring organiza­ to send letters to our congressmen and
time up to 8:30
PHON! mi
Stayton.
tion will use the profits for the pur­ the President urging universal mili­ a pink carnation corsage. The brid-
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groom
’
s
mother
wore
a
grey
suit
and
Lebanon Auxiliary Represented
chase of a new steam table for the tary training.
pink carnation corsage.
The following delegation from the grade school cafeteria.
The steam
The regular meeting date of the
At the reception following the ser­
Lebanon Community Hospital Wom­ table was ordered some weeks ago auxiliary
changed to the third vice held in the Sublimity Parish hall, V
en’s auxiliary were present: Marie and this week was installed and put Monday of was each
The next Mrs. Dale Bassett cut the cake. Mrs.
Conner, president; Veda Whetstone, into use. Mrs. Bert Morris reports meeting will be held month.
February 19th at
vice president; Marilyn Hayes, sec­ that the table is a great time-saver the home of Mrs. Campbell Stewart, Darwin Raines presided at the punch
and becomes a valuable addition to with Mrs. Frank Stovall, co-hostess. bowl while Mrs. Floyd Bassett poured.
Miss Betty Ann Silbernagle passed
the kitchen equipment.
the guest book. In charge of the 1
Located Next to Furniture Store
BARBEQUED BEEE,
Mrs. Podrabsky, Mrs. Ozzie Mik-
gifts w’ere Mrs. Wallace Bevier and
PHONE 5951
GATES
kelson, or Mrs. Morris should be con­
Mrs. Albin Etzel. Assisting at the
PORK and
Suitable
for
One
or
Two
Operators
—
Completely
Furnished
tacted b^- anyone who wishes to I Women’s Council Meets
i
reception were Miss Joan Ryal, Miss
Living Quarters
donate pickles, vegetables, ham or Wednesday Afternoon
TURKEY
Birdie Larson, Mrs. Arnold Syverson,
POOR HEALTH REASON FOR SELLING
desserts.
and Miss Carolyn Brijcha.
Open 6 a.m. to 12 midnight
The food will be excellent so come
The Women’s council of Mill City
The couple left following the recep­
Saturday—Open All Night
out and enjoy yourself and at the Christian church met Wednesday
tion
for a three week honeymoon trip,
same time support this worth while afternoon for their January meeting
the bride wearing a grey tailored suit
community project.
at the home of Mrs. Hugh Jull, with pink accessories, and an orchid
hostess.
corsage, Upon their return the couple
Mrs. Floyd Fleetwood entertained
Mrs. Elmer Shaw, vice president
I the Presbyterian missionary society presided in the absence of the presi- will be at home in Sublimity until
their new home on Fern Ridge is
Mehama, Ore.
in her home at Gates the first of dent, Mrs. Joe Vaughn.
this week.
Plans were made for part of the completed.
work
for the coming year. This in
*
part will be the making of quilts, and
coverlets, and crib quilts to be sent Mrs. Nolan Hostess for
to different institutional homes spon­
sored by the Christian church. The 'Lucky 12’ Players
a F. HUNTER
R- A. HARROLD
hostess served a very nice lunch at
Mill City
Stayton
The Thursday afternoon “Lucky 12”
the close of the afternoon to fourteen. pinochle group of Gates met at their
In February there will be a no-host regular meeting room at the Park­
all-day meeting at the home of Mrs. way Trailer Court.
Carl Chance.
The members and
Mrs. Elsie Nolan of Mill City was
friends planning to attend are asked hostess for the day. Mrs. Edna Mc­
to bring quilt pieces and working Creary won the traveling pinochle
By Jo Stafford
TENNESSEE WALTZ
equipment and willing fingers to start prize, which adds to the enjoyment
By Percy Faith
ALL MY LOVE
.............
work on the quilts. The date will of the afternoon inasmuch as the last
BONAPARTE’S RETREAT
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be
announced later.
............ By Sinatra
XIA ERTHEI.ESS ...............
lady holding a “300” pinochle at the
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..... By Percy Faith
IN THE MIDDLE OF A RIDDLE
dose of the afternoon is the lucky
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By Yogi Yorgesson
recipient.
Stjl ARE DANI E HULDA
Local Officers Attend
Mrs. Jeannie Herzberg took high
By Dick Todd
DADDY S I I1TI E BOY
score and Mrs. Dorothy Crain placed
By Daulong
FOLK DANCE SCHOTTISCHE
Acacia Assembly
second. Mrs. Ruby Adamson of Gates
By Arkie Shibley
HOT HOI RACE
Acacia assembly, Rainbow Girls, was guest player.
LOTS OF NEW COLUMBIA L.P. ALBUMS
in Stayton was attended by local of­ The hostess served a delicious birth­
ficers this Wednesday evening. Those day cake honoring Mrs. McCreary
attending the installation ceremonies whose birthday it was with members
were: Leia Kelly, Donna Cooke, Pa­ extending felicitations.
tricia Cree, Ardith Jones, Betsy
Kriever, and Mother Advisor Mrs. MATTSON CHILDREN ENJOY
“33 miles from nearest parking meter'
BIRTHDAY CELEBRATIONS
Shuey.
Sale» and Service
MILL CITY
Phone 902
Also attending were: Worthy Ma­ Mr. and Mrs. Budd Mattson enter­
tron and Worthy Patron of Marilyn tained members of the family last
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chapter, OES, Mrs. Lois Scott and Sunday in celebrating the birthdays
Floyd Johnson, Mrs. Halle Toman, of their son Jan, who i» three and
Mrs. Betty Tinney, Mrs. Laraine Kathy, four, at their home on Alder
Caughey, Mrs. Laurell Johnson, Mrs. street in Mill City.
Jim OT^ary
Irene O’Leary
Johnson, Mrs. Mary Kelly, Mrs. Wil­ Those present were the grandpar­
liam Shuey, Vera Loucks, Patricia ents Mr. and Mrs. Verla Goeble and
WE GIVE UNITED TRADING STAMPS
Davidson, Mrs. Floyd Jones and their children Phillip. Camille, and
Rodney, and Mr. and Mrs. Bill Swan
Celene Taylor.
and son Ryan.
A delicious birthday cake and all
the extras were enjoyed.
Auxiliary Organized at Luncheon
PTA Ham Dinner to
Be Served Sunday
Treasure Island
TYCOON
G1RBAGE
SERVICE
FOR SALE . • • • •
Peggc's Ihsiuli Salon
SOUTHERN
BAR-B-Q
Building and Construction
Contractors
Loc-Bloc Construction Co.
New Records
Just Arrived!
Valentines
Party Supplies
New Assortment
of Gift Items
Stiffler's Radio & Appliance Co.
MILL CITY VARIETY
SAVE FEED
Feed-saving programs from the agricultural colleges
stress the importance of getting rid of rats, cattle grubs,
lice, worms and other insects and parasites that may sap
an animal’s vitality and interfere with efficient feed use.
See Our
Mrs. Swift is ill at the home of her
son-in-law Ed Bertram on Alder
street in Mill City.
It is reported
that she would welcome her friends
to stop in for a visit.
Dr. Hess products can help to avoid feed waste from those
causes. We especially recommend the following:
Friday & Saturday Specials
ANTURAT— really kills rats, the worst feed wasters. Effec­
tive in baits, or as a tracking poison when rats refuse frozen baits.
in our store
CATTLE GRUB KILLER — made according to revised
U. S. D. A. formula. Beef cattle freed of grubs gain weight
faster, cows give more milk.
POWDERED LOUSE KILLER—dust it on cattle, horses,
sheep and goats for lice and ticks. Lousy cows, freed of lice,
give 10% to 15% more milk.
GOOD
HABIT
DRYCIDE—a dry dip you can use for hog lice in winter
without wetting hogs or bedding.
rial». Work done promptly .,.
and guaranteed. I-et ua giva
you » free estimate.
SIX—new and better roost paint for control of poultry lice.
Comes in can with handy applicator spout.
WATCHES
DIAMONDS
JEWELRY
FOSTORIA
Let us tell you about these and other Dr. Hess products for
stretching your feed supply.
SANTIAM FARMERS CO-OP
STAYTON, OREGON
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