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About The Mill City enterprise. (Mill City, Or.) 1949-1998 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 1, 1951)
5—THE MILL CITY ENTERPRISE
Februar; 1. IMI
March of Dimes Presents Free Magic Show Feb. 7
Gates Womans’ Club Methodist Conference
In Social Meeting
Held in Portland
Members of the Gates Womans’
Methodist women from the Western
club met Thursday afternoon of last | Jurisdiction, which includes the con
week at the Gates Furniture store for ferences of California, Nevada, Colo
the social meeting.
Those present rado, Utah, Montana, Idaho. Oregon,
responded to roll call by relating an Pacific Northwest, Southern Cali- '
|fornia, Arizona, Wyoming, State,
Mrs. Walter Thomas gave an in Latin America, Oriental and two
teresting talk on Korea. Mrs. George mission conferences of Alaska and
Clise presented two numbers on her Hawaii, are planning to attend the
accordian and Mrs. Kay McCarty eighth annual meeting of Womens
spoke of the supplies needed for the Societies of Christian service for the
class in textile painting, which will Juridsiction in Portland First Metho
start at the February social meeting. dist church, beginning Wednesday
Mrs. Glenn Gordon and Mrs. George morning, January 31, and continuing
Clise were welcomed as new members to noon on February 3rd, with presi
dent, Mrs. F. I. Hollingsworth of
of the club.
Refreshments were served at the Denver, presiding.
Guest speakers will include Bishop
close of the program to Mrs. Edward
Chance, Mrs. Suddeth, Mrs. Glen Donald H. Tippett of the San Fran
Hearing, Mrs. Walter Thomas. Mrs. cisco area who has just returned from
Glenn Gordon, Mrs. George Clise, an extensive tour of the Orient;
Mrs. Joe Joaquin, Mrs. Kay McCarty, Bishop Gerald Kennedy of the Port
Mrs. Laura Joaquin, Mrs. Elmer Ste land area; Mayor Dorothy McCull
wart, Mrs. Albert Millsap and guests ough Lee, Portland; Dr. Laurence E.
present, Mrs. Don Miley, Mrs. Arthur Nye, pastor. First Methodist church,
Findley and Mrs. Charles Powelson, Portland; Miss Thelma Stevens, exec
by the hostesses, Mrs. Jesse Haywood utive secretary of the department of
The Presbyterian Missionary so
Christian Social Relations of the ciety held the regular monthly busi
and Mrs. W. R. Hutcheson.
The regular meeting will be held Womens Division of the Board v of . ness
aw mi meeting
luvcuii^ last Wednes-
»» cuiivb *
Mrs. Floyd Fleetwood. Mrs.
at the home of Mrs. Albert Millsap, Missions and Church Extension, New (|ay
|York City; Mrs. Clarence A. Meeker, ¡Lester Hathaway presided.
Thursday afternoon, February 8.
i editor of the Methodist Women,1 Announcements for the February
¡formerly of Medford and now of New 'calendar were made as follows:
I York City; Gertrude Boyd Crane,
February 9—World Day of Prayer
Mrs. Mabie Quarles
¡Pacific University, Forest Grove, who will be observed in the church.
¡will lead the daily devotions. Mis
February 28 — The next regular
'Lucky 12’ Hostess
sionaries from both at home and meeting of the society which will
Thursday marked another after- abroad include Celia < Gowan and 1 include a luncheon and several synod-
Mar ical speakers.
noon of cards for the members of the iMaybel Thompson from China:
Gates Lucky 12 Pinochle club at the garet Martin, Korea; Marjorie Dim-
Members voted to have a Presby
Parkway Trailer Court, east of Gates. ¡mitt, Isabella Thoburn College, India; terian magazine sent to all church
Mrs. Mabie Quarles, the hostess Ada Duhigg, Bingham Canyon Com- officers and a committee was ap
for this week served a delicious salad !munity House, Utah; Leone Lemon, pointed to go ahead—Dr. D. J. Fer
after which the members played cards. Community House, Calexico, Califor guson, Mrs. W. W. Allen and Mrs.
nia; Richard A. Ortmeyer, Director, Clayton Baltimore.
The first prize went to Mrs. Bertha Atlantic Street Center, Seattle.
Speaker for the afternoon meeting
Vanderhoff, with high score and Mrs.
Preeeeding the public meeting there was Mrs. W. W. Allen, who is sec
Marcella Peterson took second prize.
Mrs. Tacy Long again came through will be two days of work shops and retary of overseas sewing. She stated
to way-lay the elusive traveling pi executive meetings under the leader that there are now 24 Willamette
ship of the Jurisdiction officers.
Presbyterian societies subscribing to
Friday evening sees the beginning the overseas and hospital assignments.
of the Wesleyan Service Guild week The speaker itemized what was sent
end when this branch of the Womens last year by these societies, and the
I Society of Christian service composed great need now in the Korean field.
Announcement was made that every
jof business and professional women
get together to survey their work for first and third Wednesday the church
the last year and make plans for the recreation rooms would be open to
future. Mrs. Louis Annette, San collect clothing for overseas ship
Francisco, Wesleyan Service Guild ment. A large contribution of cloth
secretary for the Western Jurisdic ing was recently sent and as the de
tion will be in charge, assisted by mand is great, it is planned to send
Mrs. Everett Faber, Central Point, several such boxes. Further informa
Oregon Conference secretary, and tion may be obtained from Mrs. Allen
, Mrs. Marion VUelburn, Portland Dis or Mrs. Hathaway.
The meeting was concluded with
Those attending from the Lyons afternoon devotions led by Mrs. James
local society will be the president Mrs. Swan. Refreshments were served by
Don’t Borrow—Subscribe Today! John Hargreaves, Mrs. W. Hartnell. the hostess. Members attending were
Mrs. Hathaway, Mrs. Allen, Mrs. Bal
timore. Mrs. Il T. Caughey, Dr. and
Mrs. Ferguson, Mrs. Fred Grimes,
Miss Daisy Geddess, Mrs. Geddess,
Mrs. John Swan, Mrs. James Swan,
I Mrs. Bowers, Mrs. Ernest Graham,
■' !. Arthur Kriever, and Mrs. Louis
1 X Verbeck.
Mon., Feb. 5
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THI RS., FRL. and SATI RDAY
February 1, 2 and 3
All Technicolor Show!
Ray Milland and Iledv Lamarr in
— Plus --
Johnny Johnston and Barbara Britton
KID S MATINEE
I I’ M. Saturday
SUN.. MON., and TUESDAY
February 4, 5 and 6
— Three Day» —
Ma and Pa Kettle
Go To Town
WEDNESDAY. FEBRUARY 7
— On the Stage —
March of Dimes
(, \lîlï 1GE
WOMEN EXPRESS THANKS
JiVe wish to thank sincerely the
friends who so generously loaned us
their beautiful things for the Antique
and Hobby Show, January 26th at
the Gates high gym.
Mrs. H. N. Wilson
M rs. B. E. Cole
Mrs. N. L. Pennick
Mrs. Wm. Pennick
Mn, Dan Morrison
Mrs. Floyd Völkel
Mr. and Mrs. Sonny Nelson of Till
amook spent the weekend at the home
of Mr. and Mrs. Russell King in Mill
Mr. and Mrs. Archie Simoneau of
Portland spent Sunday at the home
of Mr. and Mrs. George Ditter.
Mrs. “Stoney” Wells was taken to
the Boyce Nursing Home annex in
Salem last Saturday. It was thought
that Mrs. Wells might improve better
at the nursing home.
l'(*!|(|c's llcauty Stihiii
located Next to Furniture Store
Suitable for One or Two Operators — Completely Furnished
POOR HEALTH REASON FOR SELLING
Building and Construction
R. A. HARROLD
C. F. HUNTER
Smile of Dimes
One Group of Dresses
and Wool Blouses
THIS GROUP INCLUDES
CORDUROYS, WOOLENS, and WOOL JERSEYS
Good Range of Sizes
This Week Only!
No Lay-a-ways and No Exchanges
Smilin’ through Is Eugertha Mae
Horton, 3, of Washington, 0. C.
Following an Infantile paralysis
attack In July, 1949, this little
girl spent four months In the hos
pital and still receives out patient
care. Washington, D. C., Chapter
of the National Foundation for
Infantile Paralysis aided Euger
tha with March of Dimes funds.
Friday & Saturday Specials
• True, that "little ¡liners'’
you're beer mentioning in
an offhand wir, may «V*
seem to imount to much—
¡use a few faint symptom««
But, neglected, these "lii’le
ill«'- can lead to big bills for
doctors, medicines, etc; not
so mention needless suffering
and loss of precious time.
Consult a Doctor now —
you'll sate by it in the end.
And,of course, we hope you'll
being his prescription to M
foe mreful compounding«
M KSTER M VGICIAN
Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Schroeder
Faith Rebekah Lodge
spent Saturday at their Mill City
(Children under 13 admitted only
Hold Regular Meeting
when accompanied by parents)
Lyons—Faith Rebekah lodge held
Till RS., FRL. and SATURDAY
their meeting at the hall Wednesday
February 8, 9 and 10
evening with the new officers in the
Gregory Peck in
chairs, Mildred Carr, noble grand, and
Zona Sischo. vice grand, presiding.
The regular routine of business was
— Plus --
carried out, with reports of various
SQUARE DANCE JUBILEE
$1.50 per month and up
committees heard. Laura Neal who
KID’S MATINEE — 2 P.M. Saturday
Also serving Gates and Lyons
was unable to attend the regular
installation was installed as warden.
At the social hour birthdays for Jan
Doora open at 7:20 P.M.
Complete show can be seen any
uary, February and March were
time up to 8:30
honored. The tables were beautifully
decorated with birthday cakes and
candles. The committee in charge
was Mildred Carr, Zona Sischo and
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Colburn were
Saturday night guests at a delicious
Italian dinner in the home of Mr. and
Mrs. Norman C. Jensen. Bridge was
enjoyed after the dinner.
Recruit Jerry and Pfc. Merle Stew
art are expected home this weekend
from Fort Lewis. Wash., for a visit
with their parents Mr. and Mrs. Geo.
Lee Donaldson, worker on the De
troit dam, suffered a broken leg last
week while on the job.
Mr. and Mrs. Dave Epps are spend
ing the week in Vancouver, B.C.
A chimney fire was discovered in
the Delbert Jenkins home last Mon
day. It burned a hole in the roof.
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Flook are leav- 1
ing Monday to spend a month in :
California, with their daughter and
family, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Johnson
in Riveria and Mrs. Jack Flook and
family in Merced, Calif. Jack is sta
tioned in Honolulu as a correspondent
for the army, his family expect to
move there soon.
in our store
rials. Work doo* promptly ...
and guaranteed. I>et us giw*
yon a free eatimate.
ASK FOR AND SAVE VALUABLE
FREE ROGERS SILVERWARE
HILL TOP GENERAL STORE
Open Week Day. from 8 A.M. to 7:30 P.M
Sunday. 9 A.M. to 5 P.M.
Rubber Footwear and Rainclothes
Shoes - Hardware - Paints
pjlectric Appliances, etc.
ALBERT TOMAN. Prop.
Arthur White, master
magician, will be pre
sented by the local
March of Dimes com
mittee. in a benefit
show for the March
of Dimes, at the Mill
City theatre, Wednes
day, Feb. 7. Chair
man Robert Veness
announced this after
No admission will
be charged so for an
evening that you will
long remember plan
Assisting White in
le presentation of
the evening of enter
tainment will be love
ly Nita Drake.
Mr. White is one of
the better known ma
gicians having per
Children under 13 will be admitted only when accompanied by
their parents. Children are requested to sit with their parents.