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About The Mill City enterprise. (Mill City, Or.) 1949-1998 | View Entire Issue (June 28, 1951)
June 2M. l»5i
4—THE .MILL CITY ENTEKPKISE
For Guaranteed Cleaning
Alice Fryer of Detroit spent the
past week with her brother in Sweet
Home, where she kept house for him
j while his wife was visiting relatives
Marlene White returned home Tues
day from the Salem General hospital
where she underwent an appendec
tomy. She suffered an acute attack
' in Portland where she was looking for
work last Wednesday afternoon. She
will return to Portland when her
| health permits.
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Hanan and chil
dren, Johnny, Merily and Stevie left
Tuesday evening for a short stay at
J the coast. Charlene and children will
| stop over at Taft while Ed attends
to business matters in Portland.
Mrs. Zeda Rynearson suffered a
heart attack at her home Sunday eve
ning, and is still confined to her bed.
Mrs. Fanny Noble enjoyed a family
re-union with her children honoring
her birthday last Sunday at a picnic
at W’hitewater last Sunday. Mr. and
Mrs. Clarence Baldwin of Stay ton
and children, Hannah and Daniel, Mr.
and Mrs. Ray Sophy, Russel, Richard
and Ray Jr., all of Detroit, Mr. and
Mrs. Clif Hawkins and two children
from California, niece and nephew of
Mrs. Noble also Mrs. Zoama Baldwin
of Stayton were present. Mrs. Clar
ence Baldwin and Ray Sophy are Mrs.
Noble's son and daughter.
WALTgR M NUR
P>ON44R ’»US’ CO
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Thao upon loftor is your porsooal uavitafeoo to participate in tko 100%
Manon County ch »st x ray program to discover unknown cases ol tuberculosis,
lung cancsr and heart abnormalities.
A00010W U BURGESS
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MRS NORMAN EASTMAN
MR P f GORCS
MRS LULA MUMPHRCV
MRS ROBERT HUTCHCON
MRS ALBERT JENSON
MRS MARY KUSiE
MRS NEVA LEVINSON
MRS WILL'S YODER
MAYOR MT ANGEL
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FATHER CYRIL Lteg%>
»T MARY R FAR i RM
Your asetsianco in raising funds k> cover postage . . . printing . . • telephone
. . . rent and other neceeeary expenses will be appreciated.
Mom's and Pop's
Good heaMh ¡^everybody's business. Why not invest in your health . . . your
hteve . • • and your cowmuikty • . . right now!
ELMER H MATTSON
We hope you are pleased
with our service.
Contributions may be mailed Io Walter Minier. X-ray Treasurer. Pioneer Trust
Co., Salem, Oregon. Regardless of whether you find it possible to make
a contribution, please be a committee of one to see that not only you, but
each of your friends and relatives have the benefit of this x-ray examination.
WE ARE PLEASED
TO SERVE YOU!
Such a lOO’o survey has been made possible through the availability of It
mobile x-ray units on loan from the federal government for this single "all-out"
effort. Successful surveys have been completed in Seattle. Spokane, and
San Diego. This Willamette Valley survey in which Mahon County has ioined
is approved and actively supported by our county medical profession and
The equipment is on a matching basis. The government will furnish the units
and technicians. We are responsible for the local costs, which will amount
to approximately $12.000 for Marion County. So far. $4,000 has been raised.
The balance must come from those who recognise the value of this program
Io the heahh of our community and who will underwrite this cost.
ORGAN Ito LAROR
Every adult resident ot Mahon County will be urged Io have a chest x-ray
between July 18th and August 11th. There will be no charge lor these x-rays.
Not only will you gain the assurance that you do not have a health condition
that needs correction but your participation will insure the success of this
program to protect you from future exposure to tuberculosis.
This 100% survey is necessary because the limited number of mobile units
available for past routine examinations has made it impossible to examine
more than 10% of the people.
MRS CARL SMITH
MRS PA JL TOV.NSENO
Closes at 6 P.M.
To: AU Mahon County Raaideato:
rials. Work done promptly ...
and guaranteed. Let us give
you a free estimate.
LINN C SMITH
NAVOR MILL crvv
Let Us Give Your Car
A Free Inspection
YOl’R LOCAL CHEVROLET DE ILER
Gene Teague Chevrolet
Hiram Walker qualify—
Teen Talk by the
By GARY PETERSON
Well, here I am, back at the old
typewriter, and I do mean old, after
a week’s absence during which time
my brother and I sojourned in Seattle
to attend a big Luther League con
vention, including a total of 5,500 reg
istered persons. To those who don’t
know where Seattle is — on Puget
Sound — it’s that lousy dump whose
team is currently in first spot in
PCI. standings. While there, a bunch
of us attended a show which featured
the “Lemon Drop Kid” and “I Was a
Communist for the FBI”. To be sure,
the first named was very funny, but
the latter was, by far, the better of
the two. Anyone who saw this pic
ture. which is a true story featured in
the Saturday Evening Post, who saw
the filthiness of the tactics used by
the Communist party to spread dis
unity, mistrust, chaos, and the party
line, would make their blood run cold.
During the course of the picture, the
Commies deliberately got non-card
carrying workers injured so that a
“good” man could be inserted into
the job; incited Negroes to anger with
hopes that they would go out and
kill a white man, which would make a
lot of friends and money for the party
when they started a defense fund for
the unfortunate victim of Capitalist
aristocracy; used lead pipes wrapped
with Jewish newspapers to attack
men who were breaking a Communist-
incited strike. This could turn public
opinion against the Jews.
that the Mill City Theatre will take
a hint from this, and get that picture
here as soon as possible . . . (Please
note "Professor Venesso”!)
To get back on the subject of teen
agers, the meeting of the Teen Can
teen will be held at Breitenbush for a
swimming and dancing party. The
group will leave from the Fire hall
at 5 p.m.. and everyone attending is
asked to bring some foodstuffs, so
that young palates will not suffer for
lack of nourishment.
boys, at least, there seems to be a
feeling of “I’ll bring potato chips,
and let the others worry about the
REAL food.” I hope that s<5me will
see their way clear to bring some
thing else a bottle of soda pop, or
something. At least we will have
some coke to wash down the potato
chips. That is sort of romantic, you
know. Just think about it a lovers’
moon—the lights are low, boy and
girl are sitting together on the sofa.
Gates Lucky Twelvers
Send Get-Well Wishes
Mill City Jewelry
Gates Lucky Twelve Pinochle club |
met in regular session today at its
usual situs near Gates.
Should Mrs. Edna McCreary so
desire, there is little doubt but that
she could enter professional circles
with her pinochle skill. Again this
week she was crowned with the first
prize honor. Mrs. Tacy Long did
something unusual by getting the a-
ward of both the pinochle on-the-go
prize and second prize.
By some possible medium it is
hoped that the thousand aces held by
a new Lucky Twelve member will
speak the get well wishes of Gates
Lucky Twelve to Mrs. Jeannine Herz
Mrs. Marcella Peterson was hostess
Out of the darkness comes a muffled
Brooklynese voice, saying “Howja
like a pertater chip?”
’nudder cherce verce choips clearly
“Yeah, if youse ’d only break off wid
da rute beer long ’nuff so’s I c’d
dampen me tonsilectomy!”
All right, all right, I’ll go quietly,
but let me wind up my imitation
Missouri mule kicker.
HOWDY FOLKS . .
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