The Mill City enterprise. (Mill City, Or.) 1949-1998, May 03, 1951, Page 5, Image 5

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    5—THE MILL CITY ENTERPRISE
May 3. 1951
FEMME PAGE
Mrs. Frank Jackson Is
Garden Club Hostess
Over-Size White Collars For Spring
Call Attention To Throat “Complexions”
1
Mrs. Geddes Tells
Of Pioneer Life
Rainbow Girls
Honor Mothers
iiummuh
S \Tl RDAY
Leia Kelly, Worthy Associate Advi- I
, sor of Acacia Assembly, Order of
VAUGHN MONROE in
Rainbow for Girls, was toastmistress i
SINGING GUNS
of the third annual Mothet's Day i
— Plu a —
Banquet held at Stayton.
United Nations Army in
Mrs. William Shuey, mother advisor,
I was introduced after the welcome.
CASSINO TO KOREA
Each girl present was asked to intro-
j duce her mother or guest. Grand
KID'S M vriNEE—2 p.m. Sat.
1 Assembly reports were given by the
SINGING (.1 xs
3 Cartoons and Serial
j five line officers. Ardith Jones,
¡Grand Musician of the State of Ore-
gon, played a piano solo.
SUNDAY and MONDAY
After the closing of the banquet
DICK POWELL and
jthe girls held a short business meet­
EVELYN KEYES in
ing for election of officers. Those
elected were: Leia Kelly of Mill City,
Worthy Advisor; Nova Dean Bruce of
Famous True Story of Life in
Scio, Worthy Associate Advisor; <
the Far North
Donna Cooke of Mill City, Charity;
Carol Newkirk of Turner, Hope; and
TUESDAY and WEDNESDAY
Pat Miller of Scio, the new Faith.
FRED ASTAIRE and
Other Mill City girls receiving
BETTY HUTTON in
appointments were; Pat Davidson,
drill leader; Vera Loucks, associate
drill leader; Betsy Kriever, musician;
In Technicolor
Pat Cree, treasurer, and Dorothy
News: "MacArthur Story”
Downer, immortality.
After the short business meeting,
Till RS., ERL. and SAT.
the girls held a degree in honor of
their mothers. Each mother was
Dean Martin, Jerry Lewis in
presented with a May basket contain­
AT WAR WITH THE
ing two sachets.
s'**
Mrs. Robert Wingo led a landscap­
ing discussion and answered questions
Mrs. J. R. Geddes, Mill City's oldest
at the regular meeting of the Mill City citizen, gave an informal talk at the
Garden club at the Frank Jackson regular meeting of the Presbyterian
home Thursday evening.
Missionary Society last Wednesday
Final plans were made by the club afternoon. Mrs. Geddes vividly reci­
membership for attending the San- ted facts about “Why We Came West".
tiam district meeting of Federated
She told of the severe winters in
Garden clubs in the Scio high school Minnesota.
Those winters inspired
on May 19.
Mrs. Geddes and her husband's jour­
The Mill City club is also planning ney to Oregon. They came west on
a flower display and white elephant the Northern Pacific railway about 75
sale on May 28. The club is very years ago. The Northern was then
interested in odd pieces citizens now 1 making its first runs.
regard as useless. Club officials
Mr. and Mrs, Geddes were teachers
indicate that nothing usable will be and they first settled on a Yakima
refused by them during the course of reservation, where they were the only
the white elephant sale.
white people. They stayed on the
The garden club cook book commit­ reservation less than one year, then
tee plan having their cook book on came to Mill City, and have lived here
display at the May 28 date.
since. When they came through
Salem she told of being delayed in
going through because the State hos-
I pital patients were being moved into
the new building on Center Street.
ta
Mr. and Mrs. Geddes lived on the
Enormous Puritan collars, pi­ tn with gentle massage. Finishing
ARMY’
Henness place in King's Prairie at
que collar stoles, and the fashion­ touch is a warm water rinse, fol­
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first where they both taught school.
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able organdy fichus all tend to lowed by a cold splash. The
Mr. Geddes taught a 3-nionth school (
Tex Williams in
draw attention to the throatline paste helps loosen deep-in dirt
Mill
City
and
Gates
Piano
I term for $100, which was considered
this season. For the woman whose and removes skin flakes.
SIX GUN MUSIC
wardrobe threatens to be snowed
After the facial and before ap­
good pay then. When they first ar­
Students Give Recital
under with white collars, it means plying make-up foundation, it’s
rived John Shaw was beginning con­
an extra measure of throat wise to apply just a fingertip-ful
KID'S MATINEE—2 p.m. Sat.
Piano students from the class of
struction of the sawmill here. Mrs.
grooming
of baby oil as a powder base. The
‘War With Army’ ‘6 Gun Music’
Mrs. Gene Davidson, Gates, will be
Geddes recalled their wagon dodging
In preparation for neck-fram­ baby oil tends to offset any drying
3 Cartoons and Serial
heard in recital at the Oddfellows’
■ stumps as it traveled along, and dense |
ing touches, beauty-concious effect the borax cleansing might
hall, Mill City, on Sunday afternoon,
women are carrying their Spring have had
Doors open at 7:20 P.M.
s timber everywhere. Mr. and Mrs. i
facials right down to the shoulder
I l Complete show can be seen any
«
May 6 at 3:30 p.m.
Then, to keep the throat soft,
, Geddes organized the Sunday school
line. One skin-rousing facial is fresh and lovely, the beauty-wise
time up to 8:30
Those appearing on the program ¡I
in King’s Prairie. The elderly lady
done simply with household borax woman will treat it as part of her
are Zita Crosier, Georgia Kendler, lllllllllllllilllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll
! promised more information on her
and baby oil.
face complexion. This means a
Margaret Palmer, Ray A. Steiner, Jr.,
I interesting experiences at another j
A small amount of the borax daily baby oil cleansing to remove
Carol Cooke, Judy Gould, and Donna
i time.
should be mixed with warm water traces of make-up and dust. The
NEW 1951 WILLYS
Cooke, of Mill City, and Donalee
to form a paste Then the mix­ oiling will help foil dryness and
The missionary society meeting,
ture
may
be
smoothed
over
the
discourage
the
fine
lines
that
dull
Oliver
of
Gates.
STATION
WAGONS
, which featured Mrs. Geddes, was in'
entire face and throat and worked the skin’s radiance.
Vocal solos will be furnished by
of
Mrs.
Lester
Hathaway
and
|
charge
VETERINARIAN
Pickups, Panels
Mrs. Roy Kendler and Mrs. L. C,
in the home of Mrs. Clayton Balti-
Gould
of
Mill
City.
The
public
is
work
among
the
Navajo
Indians.
|
Jeeps
more.
STAYTON
invited to attend.
Mrs. Hathaway announced society Taking an active part in the program
2 and 4 Wheel Drive
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activities for May. She stated that of the tea also will be Mrs. Henry i
Immediate Delivery
By LELA KELLY
' an afternoon tea in the Presbyterian Sauce of Albany. Mrs. Cecil Lake, 1
Mrs. H. M. Agee and Allene were
The
annual
Junior
Prom
was
held
|
Mrs.
D.
B.
Hill
and
Mrs.
Clayton
|
1 church recreation rooms was sched­
Opposite
in Salem Tuesday afternoon and were
ELSNER MOTOR CO.
uled for May 9. The program for the Baltimore were given the responsi-lin the Mill City High School auditor- accompanied by Harold Pound who is
Claude l-ewis’ Service Station
352 N. High
Salem, Ore.
bility
for
the
May
tea.
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tv «.
ium,
Saturday
night,
April
28.
The
tea will be in charge of Mrs. J. O.
receiving medical attention there.
The next regular meeting of the theme of the 1951 Prom was “South
Arthur, who opened Presbyterian
| society is on May 23 in the home of , Pacific” which was cleverly carried a aanna»»».a»aeiB!aia»)a£(«annHnnnnnH!annnnDi0äaaianniann)aHnHHn>ni
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Mrs. Melbourne Rambo.
Pie and , out throughout the evening.
coffee were served at the conclusion i The room was decorated with scenes a a
of the meeting where Mrs. Geddes! of “South Pacific” on the walls. The a a
ceiling was lowered by a false sky o
gave her informal talk.
TRICKS and PUZZLES
made of blue streamers.
Red and a
blue spot-lights in a rotating motion a0
TOYS and DOLLS
shone through the sky and gave the
room a soft glow.
MODEL AIRPLANES
The large crowd of guests danced o o.
II. O. Model Railroading
around an island in the middle of the I0.
Jr
hall. A streaming voleano and palm
Equipment
Mabie Quarles, as hostess, charged trees marked this island.
Hal
Moffitt
and
his
orchestra
furn
­
with conviviality the atmosphere of
SPECIALTY CARDS
today’s sitting of the Gates Lucky ished the music from 9 to 12 o'clock. o
The orchestra pit was decorated to
Twelve Pinochle club.
SALEMS ORIGINAL
o
Edna McCreary, a true-blue pino­ represent a native hut such as one
chle enthusiast, was graciously ac­ might see in the “South Pacific.”
corded the honors of first prize win­ Refreshments were furnished and
ner today. Rosella Haywood found ; served by members of the class of
163 N. Commercial
SALEM
Phone 2-1588
the pinochle prize under her dominion 1952 who sponsored the prom. Five
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large
sheet
cakes
decorated
with
and control. Tacy Long cheerfully
palm trees and fruit punch made up
accepted second prize.
lewel any
the refreshments which were served
Hostess
Quarles
prepared
and
day Especially this
during the intermission. Gary Peter­
served her pinochle guests a dessert! son played "Blue Moon" and Mrs.
Sunday give her your love
and very best wishes with a Hallmark corf
luncheon of delicious strawberry tarts Donald Shythe sang a beautiful song
Each is appealingly beautiful and says
and coffee.
of the south seas. Both were accom­
lust what you want to say—the way
Mrs. Elsie Nolan, a member of panied by Ardith Jones.
you want to say it See them today
Gates Lucky Twelve, was honored
Patrons and patronesses were Mrs.
Saturday with a handkerchief shower Alonzo Daly, Mr. and Mrs. Floyd
in observance of her leaving the com­ Jones, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Kelly,
munity.
Mr. and Mrs. Les Kuhlman, Mr. and
Those extending their gifts and best Mrs. Arthur Le Cours, Mrs. Earl
“The Home of Halmark Cards”
wishes to Mrs. Nolan and family were Loucks, Mrs. Harry Mason, Mrs. Paul
Mrs. Jean Wilson, Mrs. Bertha Van-
330 Court Street
Salem, Ore.
and Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Wood.
derhoff, Mrs. Doreen Fowler, Mrs. Mason,
Wood.
Jeannine Herzberg, Mrs. Mabie
The committees for the Prom were
Quarles, Mrs. Marcella Peterson and invitations:
Maxine Scott, June Phil
Mrs. Tacy Long.
lips, Alona Daly, and Hazel Neal; pro
grams: Ardith. Jones, Leia Kelly
and Elnora Albright; decorations:
Beverly Timm, Donna Cooke, Vera
Loucks, Dolores Poole, Pauline Mason,
Delmar Skillings, Dick Downer, Den­
ny Marttala, David Keyes, Bob Shel­
ton, Bob Baltimore and Daryl Far-
men; refreshments: Patricia Cree,
Jean Dixon, Joanne Lake, Paula Van
Buskirk, and Arlone Kuhlman; clean
up: Shirley Umphress and Gary Peter­
son; and advisor: Mrs. Harry Mason.
Mrs. Mike
Let’s Dance
J. W. GOIN
Mill Ciiy Hi-Lites
Bii lhdiii Gifts
Mabie Quarles
Cheers Cardsters
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Toy & Hobby Shop
Edward Williams
Hi, Neighbor!
hope there's added a bit
of Neighborliness with each
purchase of our wares which
He
already equal those sold
elsewhere.
Your Business Helps Build the Canyon
Gates General Store
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Notice
• Every prescription en­
trusted to us is compounded as
though our reputation rested
upon the accuracy and quality
of that prescription alone. Anil
it does! That is why we use only
fresh, potent drugs; double-
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If you seek prescript ions com­
pounded with the utmost care,
we invite your patronage.
OUR MILL CITY BRANCH IS OPEN EACH WEDNESDAY
FROM 1 TO 6 P.M.. IN CHARGE OF W. A. PORTER, WHO HAS
BEEN SERVING THIS AREA FOR 25 YEARS.
THIS ARRANGEMENT IS MADE NECESSARY BY THE
PRESENT SHORTAGE OF RADIOS AND APPLIANCES WHICH
WE HOPE IS TEMPORARY.
BY CONCENTRATING OUR STOCK AT STAYTON WE
BELIEVE WE CAN SERVE YOU BEST.
LEAVE CALLS OR ORDERS AT MILL CITY VARIETY
STORE ON OTHER DAYS.
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PORTER & LAU
Salem
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