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About The Mill City enterprise. (Mill City, Or.) 1949-1998 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 18, 1951)
■-.-THE Mil,I. CITY E\TERPRISE
October IS. 1951
Hears Miss Poole
The American Legion auxiliary
meeting was held in the home of Mrs.
Ina Chase, Monday, Oct. 15. Mrs.
Tearly Muir, president of the local
auxiliary, was hostess for the Monday
session. The group heard a very in
teresting report from Miss Dolores
Poole about her trip to Girls State.
Miss Poole was sponsored by the Mill
City Eagles auxiliary.
During the course of the auxiliary
meeting in the Chase home, Mrs.
Muir and Mrs. Chase, delegates to the
state Legion convention in Seaside,
brought back interesting highlights
of the big conclave.
New officers and chairman for the
coming year are Mrs. Tearly Muir,
president; Mrs. Ruth Stovall, secre
tary; Mrs. I.edora Kelly, treas-
urer; and Mrs. Kathryn Colburn,
The chairman appointed
as chairman, Mrs. J. E. Wolfe, Ameri
canism chairman; Mrs. Martl^tta
Jones, child welfare; Mrs. Martha
Ragsdale, community service; Mrs.
Nel Stahlman, constitution and legis
lation; Mrs. Alice Roberts, Girls
State; Mrs. Hudson, membership;
For Guaranteed Cleaning
Close* at 6 P.M.
Three Links Club
Plans Ham Dinner
Mill City Three Link’s club com
pleted plans Tuesday night for its
annual ham dinner which is scheduled
for November 3 in the lodge halls.
Bertha Baltimore, president of the
club is acting as general chairman of
Gates Lucky Twelve pinochle club the dinner. Mabel Veteto is in
hostess this week was Mrs. Marcie charge of the sale of tickets and Ida
Hostess Peterson served Fleetwood is in charge of the kitchen.
her guests a desert luncheon of lemon
Clara Morris will make the coffee
bisque and coffee.
for the dinner Tables will be decor
Mrs. Jean Wilson won both pinochle ated so that they will represent the
and high prizes. Mrs. Rosella Hay 12 months of the year and hostesses
wood received the prize for low score. will compete for a prize in their
Conspicuous by her absence was Mrs. decorations.
Edna McCreary, who could not attend ■ will meet Thursday, Nov. 15, for an.
today’s card party. Mrs. Ruby Adam all-day clean-up day at the lodge hall.
Following no-host refreshments,
son was guest player.
members practiced square dancing.
Mrs. Ledora Kelly, poppies and poppy Present were Bertha Baltimore, Ruby-
poster; Mrs. Kathryn Colburn, past Brisbin, Ada Dart, Eva Duffy, Ida
president parley; Mrs. Ina Chase, Fleetwood, Crissie Henderson, Mel
pubicity; and Mrs. Mabel Bruder, Robinson, Rachel Olmstead, Blanche
Syverson, Alma Thomas,
President Muir said, “Dues are now
payable for 1952, and we are trying
to reach our quota by November 11.
Se we hope everyone will bring their
dues to the next meeting or leave
them at Muir's Bakery. Application
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Fromherz are the
blanks for new- members can also be proud parents of a baby girl named
Marie Therese. They also have a
Members of the local Legion auxil- boy and girl. Mrs. Fromherz and
iarv helped at the blood bank in the baby came home Sunday from Port
Mill City high school, Wednesday, land.
The next regular meeting will be
Mrs. A. I). DeRyke of Gardner has
held at Mrs. Ledora Kelly’s Monday, been caring for the two children and
Nov. 19. Mrs. Stovall will be a co- will stay this week to help care for
the new- baby. Mrs. DeRyke is Mrs.
Plans are underway for a party at Fromherz's mother.
the Legion hall next week, Legion
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Fromherz are
aires will entertain the auxiliary.
strangers here having bought the Ker
mit Muetzel place east of Lyons.
They moved their trailer house from
Gates Thursday evening.
Alan Fromherz celebrated his
fourth birthday Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Knox marketed some
of their turkeys the past week.
They plan to market part of their
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Scott were week
end guests of her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. John Y'oder at Dayton. They
also visited the Stock show at Port-
i land Saturday.
The pre-school mothers meet at
the home of Mrs. Jack Christenson
Word reached Fox Valley that Mrs.
| Clair Humphreys was injured in her
back by a fall last Friday. It is ex-
1 pected she will be in bed at least a
week. She is being cared for by her
mother, Mrs. Jack Johnston.
Mrs. Martie Peterson
Pinochle Club Hostess
Regular Price $399.95
SPECIAL PRICE S299-95
With Your Old Sink
By ELSIE MYERS
Mr. and Mrs. John Carson of Salem
were Thursday night dinner guests
at the Ike Myers home.
Spending the weekend with the
Steve Darks was Mr. Henry Mengucci
of Salem. Additional Sunday callers
were Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Shaw and
daughter Peggy, Mr. S. K. Willis,
Mrs. Rutha Prezeau and son Danny
of Portland, and Mr. and Mrs. Paul
Pietrok and family of Stayton.
Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Liffler and
family and Mr. and Mrs. Don Schultz
and family of Scio were weekend
guests at the Louie Ray home. The
ladies are 'laughters of the Rays.
Additional Sunday dinner guests in
cluded Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Ray and
family. Hunting was the order of the
Mr. and Mrs. Louie Ray and sons
Allen and Alvin were recent callers
at the Steve Dark home.
Mr. and Mrs. George Pettingil of
Portland were dinner guests at the Ike
Myer’s home Saturday evening.
Bill Bickett left Friday for Eastern
Oregon on a hunting trip. He was
joined by his brother-in-law E. A.
Newsome at Sisters. Mrs. Bickett
left Monday to join the party. Dur
ing her absence her mother, Mrs. W.
A. Billington Scio is staying with the
Mr. and Mrs. Steve Dark and sons
Drury Lane and Durwood attended
the Robert Grange fair Saturday
42 Inch Standard Right or Left Hand. Reg. $89.50
I o u ng st own Ki tchen aider
.9 ft. Zenith Refrigerator
Regular Price $269.95
HILL TOP GENERAL STORE
ALBERT TOMAN. Prop.
OPEN DAILY from 8 a.m. to 7:30 p.m.
OPEN SUNDAYS from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Grocery Department Only
Gloria and Roger Klecker
Celebrate Their Births
By MABI.E BARNEY'
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Klecker enter- '
Gayle Christensen of Newberg,
grandson of Detroit telephone oper tained at a birthday party, Thursday
ators, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Johnson, is in honor of their daughter, Gloria. |
The occasion marked Gloria’s 13th
reported to be the announcer over
Their son’s, (.
, birthday anniversary.
Mr. and Mrs. Russell Hoyt left I Roger, birthday also was celebrated at '
Friday night for Albany to spend the the same time.
Cake and refreshments were served I!
weekend with her sister and family
to Judy Bigger, Jerry Craig, Diane,
Gloria, and Roger Klecker, Raymond j
Miss Frankie Payne, who is em Goodwin, Tommy Hautala. Mrs. Kim (
ployed ,n Portland, was a weekend Bigger, and Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Peter
fuest of the A. R. Snyder family.
Nursing conference will be held at
After the home portion of the birth
the Detroit grade school October 18
Waa < ompleted, the children (
from 10 a.m. to noon. Marion county went to a theatre party.
health nurse will give immunization
shots and discuss problems with
( HILI) IS HELPED BY
parents concerning their children.
Well-child clinic will be held at CARING FOR IMMi
Mill City grade school November 20
Let the family dog help your child ,
with Dr. Stone present. Appoint to learn how to care for himself, >
ments may be had by calling Mrs. I.a- Harry Miller, director of the Gaines I
Velle Haseman at Detroit 4214.
Dog Research Center, New Y’ork, 1
Mr. and Mrs. Lars Barney and Art advises parents.
Taking care of a dog can be a ■
Wolf all of Sublimity, visited at the
pleasant, simple way of teaching I
George Barney home Friday.
Jack Gulliford accidently cut an Junior the rudiments of healthy liv
artery while skinning out his deer. ing, and at the same time it will in
Last reports from the hospital, he is directly train him in the basic funda
mentals of good citizenship, Mr. Miller
Mr. and Mrs. rnest Beers spent the believes.
It is suggested that parents let |
weekend at their home in Portland.
their children feed the family dog ■
each day, see that he has fresh water, I
I comb and brush him daily, keep his
< 3RD OF TH INKS
We wish to express our sincere house or corner and bedding clean,
thanks to all who remembered and and take him for his regular exercise
honored our daughter by sending periods.
flowers. The thoughtfulness and kind
assistance of friends has been a great
help to us.
Mr. and Mrs. LEE KNOWLES
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A strain, alta, which originated in
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20,000 acres this year. Although
Oregon had 12,000 of certified acres,
the crop has gained a toehold in 13
other states where growers have seed
growing in mind.
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program will remove these inequities.
The re-assessment work will be a
co-operative project between each
county and the state tax commission.
. Jt is expected the county will pay
about half the cost and it is hoped
the ultimate assessment values set
will not materially disrupt the bond
Following a duscussion of farm,
property assessments, the Linn county
Farmers Union asked that the state
Farmers Union set up a committee
for careful study of property assess
ments methods and arousing interest
in the re-assessment program.
SI MMY and MONDAY
TONY DEXTER and
Tl ESDAY and WEDNESDAY'
— Also —
PALI. HENRIED and
Last of the Buccaneers
GLENN FORD and
FRIDAY and SATURDAY"
ROD CAMERON and
Stage To Tucson
Matinee 2:00 p.m.
— Also —
MUIR'S “Cake of the Week'
Birthday Cake for:
Doors open at 7:20 P.M.
Complete show can be seen any
time up to 8:30
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1144 Center St.
SANTIAM VALLEY GRANGE HALL
EVERY Saturday Night
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from our Vegetable Cooler
Why Not Get Them Ready To Send
Before the Christmas Rush
Gates General Store