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About The Mill City enterprise. (Mill City, Or.) 1949-1998 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 18, 1951)
October 18, 1951
6—THE MILL CITY ENTERPRISE
Thought for today...
“He who spends
all he gets
is on his way
Q lympi ^
By MRS. OPAL WHITE
Mrs. Leslie Umfleet from Newberg
was a visitor with her daughter and
family Mr. and Mrs. Jess Brown of
Detroit over the weekend.
Mrs. Al Sorseth’» mother is visit
ing with her this week. Mr. and
Where Friend» Meet
On Highway 222. Linn County Side
(.corife “Sparky” Hitter
MILL CITY MEAT MARKET
Quality Meats and Groceries
a Dull Moment
“At the Bottom of the Hill”
MILL CITY TAVERN
Mrs. A. J. Sportsman of Sweet Home
arrived at the Soreth home on last
Saturday. The father Mr. Sportsman
has gone deer hunting and Mrs. Sports,
man is spending the week with her
daughter and family. Mrs. Sports
man and Mrs. Soreth and children will
leave on Thursday for Sweet Home
where Mrs. Soreth will remain over
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Mitchell and
son Harold Ray from Terrebonne
spent the week end with the Stanley
Whites of Detroit. Harold Rayi is
-pending the week with his sister and
family Mrs. Stan White.
Mrs. Bingham, mother of Mrs.
Nan Young of Marion Forks, was
taken to the Salem Memorial ho-pital
last Friday following a severe heart
attack. Mrs. Bingham has been ill
for about two weeks. She was re
ported improving some on Tuesday,
having been for a number of days in
the oxygen tent. Mrs. Bingham is
eighty-three years old.
Leonard Overholser who has been
in the Salem Memorial hospital in I
Salem following a fractured leg nearly I
two weeks ago was able to return to '
his home east of Stay ton on Tuesday
of this week.
Otis White, principal of the high
school, and Chester Boyle, principal of
the grade school, attended the prin
cipal’s conference in Salem on Mon
day and Tuesday of this week.
There will be no school at the grade
school on Thur day and Friday of
this week since it is teachers’ institute
meeting. On Thursday, October 18,
at the Detroit grade school, Mrs.
Detering, Marion county health nurse,
will give immunization shots and dis
By MRS. ALBERT MILLSAP
cuss problems with any parents who
wish to consult with her. The hours
Members of the Arts and Crafts
will he 10-12 a.m.
club, project of the Gates Womans
The Td-de-mo star club met at the club met last Wednesday evening at
home of Mrs. Lillie Helwig on Tuesday the home of Mrs. George Clise for an
evening of this week with only two evening spent in textile painting.
Two members This group is busy making many at- ,
were taken into the club an refresh-1 tractive articles to be sold at the
ments were served by the hostess to bazaar to be sponsored by the club and
Mrs. 11a Johnson, Mis. Mabel Parker, held at the high school the evening of
Mrs. Zo Chestnut, Mrs. Merle Palm November 30. The ladies will meet
erton, Mrs. I.aVelle Haseman, Mrs. each Wednesday evening at the Clise
John Rav, Mrs. Tilda Hawkind, Mrs. home. Th >.e present at the last y-
(¡lad' s Alvin, Mrs. Louisa Crawford, Meeting were Mrs. Harold Wilson,
Mrs. Millie Parker and Mrs. Cal Sch- Mrs. Glenn Gordon, Mrs. Burrel Cole.
ladro. and the two new members Mrs. Mrs. G. E. McCarty and the hostess.
El ie Hoyt and Mrs. Verna Trau.
There will be a well child clinic
Mrs. Glen Hearing has opened her
held in the Mill City grade school on home to members of the club who
Nov. 20 with Dr. Stone present. wish to sew for the bazaar each Mon
Appointments will be available be day evening. Any member who cares
tween 2 and 3 o’clock on that day for to help with the work is welcome.
Detroit and Idanha and Mongold
Mrs. W. F. Funk from Vancouver,
children. Telephone, Detroit 4214, if Wash., spent several days this week at
you w’sh an appointment for this the home of her mother, Mrs. George
clinic, Mrs. laivelle Haseman.
Bailey. Mrs. L. M. Bailey of Gres
There will be a District meeting ham is at the home of her son and
of the National association of student wife, Mr. and Mrs. Bailey and expects
councils in Newberg beginning on to make an indifinite visit there.
Friday of this week. Representatives ,
from the Detroit high school will be
. .j, , Jules Hill ar.d John Davis.
Bill Palmer, president of the tudint Fryer,
body, John Davis. Marla Vickers and I James i White was speaker on the
Alice Fryer. The meeting is held at panel speaking on the subject, "Sports
covering and writing.” The meeting
Newberg high school.
Six hundred or more delegates at was held in the Erb Memorial Student
tended the Oregon scholastic press Union building on Friday and Satur
association meeting with their ad day. October 12 and 13. The banquet
visors from the vario.;.; high s. h. ols in the evening was one of the main
of the State. Those representing events of the conference. Ot>s White
Detroit high school w<
rdon. accompanied the students to Eugene
Janie White. Marla Vickers, Al ce as advisor.
Pains, distress of “those days” stopped
or amazingly relieved
We have reserved sonn
very choice lots of Alta
and Chewing Fiscues for
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WE ALSO SPECIALIZE IN MIXING
EITHER FIELD OR LAWN SEEDS TO
YOl R SPECIFICATIONS
When in need of choice field
or grain seeds
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