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About The Mill City enterprise. (Mill City, Or.) 1949-1998 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 18, 1951)
court is convalecsing at the Salem i
General hospital following surgery. |
Mr. and Mrs. Sid Gruggett of New- I
By ALICE FRYER
' port were recent visitors at the home
By MRS. EVA BRESSLER
Six members from Detroit high
Mrs. George Huffman was hostess of her daughter and family, Mr. and
school representing the yearbook and
Football schedule for 1951 for Mill
the Lyons Garden club with the Mrs. Paul Pennington.
paper staff, attended the Oregon
City is as follows:
Mrs. John Prideaux entertained
held at her home, Wednesday
i Scholastic Press Conference.
Elkhorn — The regular business conference was held at the University afternoon. Mrs. Percy Hiatt presi her Sunday school class of juniors
meeting of the Mehama local of the < f Oregon at Eugene on October 12 dent, presided over the business meet with a party and square dance at
Friday, Oct. 19
many readers of THE CHRIS-
Mill City Farmers Union was held at the and 13. Alice Fryer, Marla Vickers ing. Each member answered roll call her home. Friday evening. Those at
TIAN SCIENCE MONITOR
Thursday, Oct. 25
tell the Editor how much they
Elected were Luther Stout, presi- and John Davis represented the staff
enjoy this daily world-wide
Mill City (night)
Sweet Home “B” Women's club, Friday evening. Ike of the yearbook while Mary Jordan, Alex Kuiken gave a very interesting Kuiken, Mariyn Baltzer, Marjorie ,
newspaper, with ouch com
Friday, Nov. 2
Myers presided during the election of James White, and Jules Hill appeared talk on forcing bulbs. Mrs. Gladys
Stiffler furnished the entertainment
Mill City officers for the local group,
for the paper staff.
and Billie Prichard.
“The Monitor is the most
dent; Steve Dark, vice president; Mrs.
The delegates soent Friday and which was a guessing game of various were served at the close of the evening. .
carefully edited news
* Indicates league games.
Elsie Myers, secretary-treasurer. The Saturday attending panel discussions, articles, with Mrs. Burl Smith win
paper in the V. S. . . .
Home team column indicates home
“Valuable aid in leach
James White was r. member of the
games for Mill City.
ing . . ."
O’Neil; legislation, Ike Myers; co panel which considered the reporting Mrs. Chester Roy served refreshments sister.
“News that is complete
I to Mesdames Merrill Brassfield,
Don Dodd from Everett, Wash.,
and fair ...”
H. D. Pound has returned from the operatives, Chet Bldm; membership, of sports e 'ent*.
Well - known Oregon journalists Ernest Garsjo, Oscar Naue, Ivan was a weekend guest at the home of
“The Monitor surely is a
hospital; and is now back at his care Robert Draper; agriculture, Ben Mil
Smith, Otto Weidman, Clyde Bressler,
reader’s necessity . . .”
taker duties at the Mill City grade ler; publicity, Steve Dark; program, talked to the delegates on phases of Floyd Bessett. John Neal, Willard Mr. and Mrs. John Prideaux.
too, will find the Monitor
Nuttieman, and Mrs. Nina O’Neil.
informative, with complete
much information to aid them in their Hartnell, Burl Smith, Percy Hiatt, the Mari-Linn school attended the
John McClurg. Orville Downing, and Oregon Elementary Principal’s associ
world newt . . . and as neces
New members received into the school publications.
sary as your HOME TOWN
Mrs. Gladys Stiffler.
local were Mr. and Mrs. Carl E.
ation annual state conference which I
Nuttlenian and Ben Miller. Steve
Santiam Valley grange made their was held at the Crystal Gardens ball- I
Us« this coupon for a Special
Dark reported regarding Stayton's
visitation to the Crowfoot grange room in Salem the first of the week, j
Introductory subscription — 3
amateur night, Thursday, Oct, 25, for
Saturday evening, and reported a
Mrs. Robert Featherston and |
MONTHS FOR ONLY 13.
the benefit of the band uniform fund.
much enjoyed evening. Those mak «laughters, Anne and Leone from
By GARY PETERSON
He urged all who can do so be present
ing the trip were Johnnie Lambrecht,
Twirp season is here again, Boys Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Sletto, Mr. and Prineville, were weekend guests at the I
for the amateur show. Luther Stout
home of her parents, Mr and Mrs '
Th, Chri.tun ScWnc, Monitor
called attention to the North Santiam beware—especially those who are Mrs. Giles Wagner, Mrs. Wilson Oral Toland.
On*. Norway St-. Bo*luo 15, Maa*., U. S. A.
Canyon chamber of commerce tour deer hunting! If you see a girl com- | Stevens, Mr. and Mrs. Hampton, Mr.
Please »end me an inlroduetory *ub*crip-
Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Garrison have
and dinner, Wednesday, Oct. 24; and ing toward you with a glint in her and Mrs. Ed Taylor, Mr. and Mrs.
tioa to The Chriatiaa Scxace MoaUor—
i**ue*. I enclose
stated that "All who do take part in
Albert Julian, and Mr. and Mrs. Frank
the Salem Memorial hospital much
the tour and banquet will be happy you, or she’s going to ask for a date. Basl.
improved. He has been there for
Most of the girls don't realize that
Mrs. Chester Grimes left for Cath-
Visitors for the Mehama Farmers boys have a tough time when they’re almet, Wash., Sunday. She will sometime for traetment.
Union meeting included Mr. and Mrs. asked for dates. It “jest ain’t spend the week with her mother Mrs.
Mrs. Harry Kunkle of Salem is visit
A. H. Burns, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Pie- natural” for the boys to be on the Houchin.
ing at the home of her son and
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trok and family. Stayton; Mr. and receiving end of the invitations. I,
daughter-in-law, Mr and Mrs. John
Mrs. John Neal, Lyons; and Mrs. Mae for one, would rather do the asking daughter, Donna Peabody, spent the sometime for treatment.
and the paying. . . . usually. Don’t
get me wrong, I think Twirp season is weekend at Cathalemet, Wash. They .
guests at the home of her i
It’s Your Newspaper—Subscribe Now ' a lot of fun, but I also think that it’s were
I a harrowing experience. Line up, parents.
Mrs. Vernon Kruse from Apple Tree I
girls there’s plenty of time left!
The new bleachers arrived in time
for the game with Jefferson. They into the boy’s room to have it. It is
WE ARE PLEASED
almost double the seating capacity of too bad khat things like this must
TO SERVE YOU!
Allen field ball park. Those bleach happen . . . infantine boys submitting
ers will also provide additional seating to a silly craving for what is simply I
We hope you are pleased
at the basketball games, since they a mild narcotic.
with our service.
can be moved into the gym for that
The Teen Canteen is on the upswing .
again after a few bad starts—teen
Jefferson, despite injuries to several agers are showing and funning at
key men, beat the Mill City timber these Saturday night frolics. These ;
wolves fourteen to nothing. Although parties are strictly for teenagers and
the score might tend to look like a their dates—no “old fogies”, except
ON THE HIGHWAY
decisive defeat, the green-jerseyed those necessary to keep or«ter.
i pack fought hard, holding the highly C’mon out and have fun. Chum!
touted Lions to that score. Jim
Thank you, dear reader, for donat
■x Blackwell, hard running Jeff full
back, was hurt twice during the game. ing the hard work and nerve necessary
The first time he got his wind to rea«l this clear through!
WHEN YOU GO TO SALEM,
knocked out; the second time the left
YOUR LOCAL CHEVROLET DEALER
YOU CAN HAVE
leg was twisted. Injuries were not
serious, but he will, of course, have
For quick comforting help for Backache.
to take it easy for a few days.
Rheumatic Pains, Getting Up Nights, strong
The first edition of the Mill City cloudy urine, irritating passages. Leg Pains,
under eyes, and swollen ankles, due
3 lb can
high school paper, the “Wolf Tales” to non-organic
and non-systemlc Kidney and
is due to come out today. It was Bladder troubles, try Cystex. Quick, complete
or money back guaranteed. Ask
decided to change the name, instead satisfaction
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of continuing under the old one, your druggist for Cystex today.
i “Gaze-’at-'er”. Members of the ‘Wolf
Tales and Timberwolf staffs attended
the Oregon high school press confer
ence in Eugene last Saturday on the
University of Oregon campus. Ar- '
dith Jones and David Keyes, editor ‘
I and assistant editor respectively, at
THE AMAZ/Mr HEW
tended as representatives of the Tim-
| berwolf, school annual. Charles O’-
(Children under 10—just 44c)
Kins, sports editor, and Donna Nelson,
exchange editor, represented the I
school paper. These people attended
the conference on both Friday and
DENNISON S CATSUP
Saturday and stayed on the campus
! Friday night. Saturday they were
i joined by Dolores Poole and Gary I
i Peterson, co-editors of the “Wolf
Tales”, and their adviser. Miss Freda I
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Thayer, local high school teacher.
, Many ideas were brought back for I
I the improvement of the two publica
For LUNCH or For DINNER
No. 1 LOCAL
After the Jeff-Mill City game Fri
CAI LI FLOW ER
day night, the GAA and the Letter
11:00 A M
5 00 P. M.
men’s club sponsored a chili feed and
sock dance. The girls naturally asked
2:00 P M
B<30 P. M.
for dances in the tradition of Twirp
season. The chili was fine, except
ROSE CITY CELERY
that it was so hot that it nearly
burned the school down! A sabotage
12 Noon to • P. M.
job was done. Some quarters hint
that a whole can of chii sauce and a
good dose of tabasco sauce, “warmed”
vVith MARY BARTON Playing
Your Favorite Music on the
The senior class is again selling
Christmas cards. Those who want
cards, and haven’t been contacted for
their order, are asked to either drop
Strictly Farm Fresh
a postcard to the senior class, or tell
one of the class members their wishes.
Many fine varieties are available.
FRESH GROUND BEEF
The Lettermen's club is buying a
heat lamp for the locker room to aid
in the treatment of strained muscles.
The club was called upon to discipline
a couple of childish boys who could
Fresh Color«! Pan Readv
not contain their craving for nicotine
long enough to do their smoking out
On State Street
side of schooltime. These boys, it
J seems, had to have a "weed”, and went
4— THE MILL CITY ENTERPRISE
Ortober IH, 1951
Farmers Union Taps
Stout For Prexy
Mill City Hi-Liles
and Choice of Colors
Mom's and Pop's
CARS and TRUCKS
Gene Teague Chevrolet
Another Miracle-Working Appliance for Your Home
Automatic Clothes Dryer
FOR YOUR PROTECTION!
See tha Performance-Matched “HARMONY DUET"
• It * her*-perfectly matched with the famous Hotpoint
Automatic Washer —the new automatic clothes dryer that
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no outdoor vent! (And no lines to string or heavy basket*
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