The Mill City enterprise. (Mill City, Or.) 1949-1998, March 15, 1951, Page 6, Image 6

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    March 15. 1951
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THE MILL CITY ENTERPRISE
Liberty means responsibility. That
Wrong ever builds on quicksands,
but the Right to the firm center lays is why most men dread it.—Bernard
its moveless base.—James R. Lowell. Shaw.
The love of liberty is the love of
Great peace have they which love
thy law; and nothing shall offend others; the love of power is the love
of ourselves.—William Hazlitt.
them.— Psalms.
WEEKS NEWS
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TWO LOTS TWO
OF FINE USED CARS
Also Some Good Low Cost Transportation
Christian Women Sponsor
Special Worship Service
MEHAMA
By JEAN ROBERTS
The unexpected snow-storm, clim­
axing an unusually mild winter dis­
rupted the life of this community.
Denim jeans and rubber boots re­
placed all other wearing apparel.
Traffic slacked with the exception of
a few jeeps, and cars with chains.
Several famiiles mounted sawdust
tires to safeguard their driving in the
slippery snow. Business decreased
as people stayed near home and a
fire.
Mari-Linn school bus stalled on the
Keith Phillips hill one morning and
all the youngsters got out and walked.
An employee of the tire shop, un-
able to depend on automotive trans-
ST. CATHERINE CATHOLIC
I portation, resorted to a bicycle to
CHURCH, MILL CITY
' get to work.
Mass at 9 a.m. every Sunday.
Confessions heard before Mass.
A few hardy souls, however, wel­
Services every Wednesday at 7:30 comed the snow as ideal for hunting
p.m. during Lent.
cats.
Joe Chailender, accompanied
Altar Society 3d Wednesday 8 p.m. by three hounds, roamed the hills
Father Carl Mai, Pastor every day, but reported little success.
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Frank Crowther, another hunter
FREE METHODIST CHURCH
did not boast of a varmint he bagged
I—a civet cat under an outbuilding!
North Mill City
Mr. and Mrs. Ercill Wilson made
Sunday school at 9:45 a.m.
Morning worship 11 a.in..
a business trip to California last
week, and report sunshine in tha
Junior church 11:00 a.m.
Golden state.
They returned to a
Evening service 7:30 p.m.
Wednesday prayer meeting 7:30 p | snowy Oregon to find a drain pipe
| Phone 1906 Rev. L. C. Gould, Pastoi 1 overflowing and a flooded kitchen
I and basement.
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Ladies Aid and Women’s club were
COMMUNITY CHURCH
postponed last week due to weather.
Full Gospel Preaching
Ladies Aid will meet Thursday, March
Sunday school 10 a.m.
22, at the home of Mrs. Ray Roberts
Morning worship 11 a.m.
for an all-day meeting.
Women’s
Evangelistic service 8 p.m.
Prayer meeting Tues, at 1:30 p.m. club will be held March 21 at the hall.
The community church is welcom-
Preaching services Wednesday and
j ing donations of clothing for those
Friday 8 p.m.
Contributions
Rev. Wayne W. Watkins, Pastor j in war-torn Korea.
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I can be left in the church basement.
Bedding is also to be sent.
FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH
Mr. and Mrs. Luther Stout are
Services every Lord’s day
proudly proclaiming a grand - daugh­
Sunday school 9:45 p.m.
ter. The baby is a new arriifel in
Morning worship 11 a.m.
Young People’s meeting 6:30 p.m. the home of Mr. and Mrs. Harold
Stout.
Evening worship 7:30 p,m.
Tuesday, 7 p.m. Jr. Teen Fellowship
Ivan Darby, recently arriving home
Wed., 7:30 p.m. Bible study hour. from The Dalles, is planning to re-
Thursday, 7 p.m. Young People.
| turn, as a brother is confined in a
Mr. Hugh Jull, Pastor I hospital there.
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Mill City Lodge No. 144.
CHRISTIAN SCIENCE
I.O.O F. meets every Friday
IOOF Hall
night. Visiting brothers welcome.
Sunday 11 a.m.
Wednesday meeting 4th Wed. 8 p.m.
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ASSEMBLY OF GOD CHURCH
Sunday School 10 a.m.
Morning Worship 11 a.m.
Young people’s service at 6:30 p.m.
Evening Service 7:30 p.m.
Prayer meeting and Bible study,
Thursday at 7:30 p.m.
Rev. W. D. Turnbull, Pastor.
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DETROIT CHRISTIAN CHURCH
Sunday school at 9:45 a.m.
Preaching at 11 a.m. by Leland
Keithly, minister.
Youth meeting 6:30 each Sunday
evening.
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The Christian Woman’s Fellowship
will sponsor a special service of wor­
ship and prayer, beginning at 2 o’clock
Friday afternoon, March 23, at the
First Christian church.
This is an annual event among the
membership of all the churches in
Mill City. Mrs. Ada Plymale will be
in charge.
Visitors from other churches will
'appear on the program as well as
¡members of the Christian Fellowship.
Church Activities
EXAMPLE:
1919 CHRYSLER Windsor Club Coupe, like new, less than
10,000 actual mileage, radio, heater
$2,295
it
j;
1948 PLYMOUTH Deluxe 4-Door Sedan, very fine condi­
$1,295
tion throughout. A real buy
"EMMY" AWARD-Noted tian
Judith Anderton and Joanne Dru
admire the "Emmy" statuette (hold
by Producer Edgar Peterson)
awarded to ABC-TV's “Pulitier
Prize Playhouse" by the Academy
of Television Arts and Sciences for
"The Best Dramatic Show of 1950."
The Jos. H. Schlitz Brewing Co.
sponsors the program.
50 CARS 50
to choose FROM
Salem Automobile Co.
405 N. Commercial St.
Phone 3-4118
495 N. Commercial St.
6C0 MEN AND A GIRL—WAF PFC.
Stella Banouveris gets a helping hand
from Sgt. Glenn B. Frizzle, of Raymond,
N. H., as she leaves Grenier Air Base,
Manchester, N. H., where she was the
lone female among 600 mee. She was
sent to the all-male base by mistake.
HOME OF CHRYSLER — PLYMOUTH
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An Invitation for You To Attend
SPECIAL PRE-EASTER
EX-LIU CAGE PLAYER ARRESTED—
Nathan (Natie) Miller (right) former.
Long Island University Basketball player,
accompanied by New York detective
as he leaves police station. District At­
torney Frank S. Hogan charged him
with taking $1,500 in bribes for fixing
two games his team lost in 1948.
MARCH 18 to Z5
Services Each Evening (except Saturday) at 7:30
MINISTER HUGH E. JULL is the speaker and
VIC LAMBERT
Student from Northwest Christian College in Eugene,
will assist as Song leader
SERMON SUBJECTS:
Sunday, March 18, Morning—"Jesus The King”
Evening—"Sold Out"—(All-Church Nite)
Monday—"Bought Back" — (Church Board Nite)
Tuesday—“You Have To Die To Live"—(Women's Nite)
Wed.—"A Good Man Who Wasn't Good Enough"—(Men's Nite)
Thur.—"A Youth Who Could But Mould Not”—(Youth Nite)
Friday—“The Christ of The Cross”—(Bible School Nite)
SUNDAY, Morning—"Christ and Ilis Resurrection"
Evening—“New Creatures in Christ"
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Southwest Third and Cedar
Mill City
TIME-SAVER—Colleen Townsend, 20th Century film star, finds new nylon
fabrics a time saver. Here she models a neatly tailored dress that looks
like silk, washes like a handkerchief and needs no ironing.
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TRUCKING'S ROLE—Economic Stabilization Director Eric Johnston meets
with the Trucking Industry National Defense Committee to discuss truck­
ing's role in National Defense, left to right, U. S. Senator Warren Mag­
nuson; Johnston; Dave Beck, Committee Chairman and Exec. V.Pres.
International Brotherhood of Teamsters and Leslie C. Allman, Pres. Truck-
Trailer Manufacturers Assn, and Exec. V.Pres. Fruehauf Trailer Co.
GATES COMMUNITY CHURCH
OF CHRIST
Sunday school at 10 a.m.
Morning worship 11 a.m.
Christian Endeavor 6:30 p.m.
Evening worship 7:30 p.m.
Walter Smith. Pastoi
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IDANHA COMMUNITY CHURCH
Sunday school 10 a.m.
Morning service 11 a m.
Evening service 7:30 p.m.
Thursday prayer meeting 7:30 pjn.
Student Pastor, Rodney Toews
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I.D.S. OF JESUS CHRIST CHURCH
Detroit
Sunday school each Sunday 10 a m
in high school building, Detroit.
Priesthood meeting 11 a.m.
Zealand Fryer, Presiding
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• Whether you think an
illness is contagious or
not—call upon a physi­
cian to make sure. Let him
make a thorough check
of your condition. Then
follow his instructions
closely. We hope, too,
that you will bring the
doctor’s prescriptions
here for careful com­
pounding. Just try us!
Capital Drug Co.
FIRST PRESBYTERIAN <HCRCH
Salem
Morning worship 11 a.m.
Music by choir.
Dr. David J. Ferguson. Preaching
Young People at 6:30 p.m., Miss
Alice Smith, leader.
Coast to Coast and Border to Border
MORE CHEVROLET TRUCKS IN USE THAN ANY OTHER MAKE!
In 1950, truck buyers in every one of the 48
choose a Chevrolet truck, you get the right
slates chose Chevrolet over any other make.
engine — 92-h.p. Thriftmaster or extra­
Nationally, Chevrolet has outsold any other
powerful 105-h.p. Loadmaster. You get a
truck for the last nine truck production years.
chassis that fits your job. You get a truck built to
That’s because Chevrolet trucks do the job
move your loads at lowest cost. Come see the
better . . . stay on Iho job longer When you
new 1951 Advance-Design Chevrolet trucks.
Dr. Hesse’s Hog Special
YOUR LOCAL CHEVROLET DEALER
If you do, I'll show you fewer runts, faster
growth, earlier marketing—and you can fig­
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( ontaining Dr. Hesse Feed Builder, vou are
assured of a balanced source of Vitamin B12
and Antibiotics.
BETTER ORDER A SUPPLY TO-DAY
Gene Teague Chevrolet
SANTIAM FARMERS CO-OP
Phone 2341
Stay ton. Ore.
STAYTON. OREGON