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About The Mill City enterprise. (Mill City, Or.) 1949-1998 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 25, 1951)
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5 fashioned waffle feed at his home last [
October 25, 1951 husband with a party on his birthday
Friday night. Those who attended
anniversary held at the hall in Jordan.
were Denny Marttala, Gary Peterson, [
The time was spent in dancing with
By GARY PETERSON
Dolores Pool, Alona Daly, Leia Kelly. ,
refreshments served at the close of
The “Mud Bowl” of Sublimity was Arlone Kuhlman, and, of course Bob
the evening. Those honoring Mr.
Johnston were Mr. and Mrs. Floyd the scene of last Friday’s game with Baltimore. The boys got down to the
By MRS. EVA BRESSLER
the Saints which Mill City lost, 12 to bottom of the batter bowl, and the
Mr. and Mrs. Keith Salchenberger Bassett and Cecil, Mr. and Mrs. 0. The Timberwolves started rolling girls were still stowing them away
Charles Cruson, Mr. and Mrs. Leo
' and children from Eugene were guests
Cruson, Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Cruson, in the first quarter when they march like a horse in a oat bin, the boys a-
I at the home of her sister, Mr. and
Mr. and Mrs. Alwood Aronson, Mr. ed up the field to be stopped short of greed that a halt would have to be
Mrs. John Kunkle. The Salchenber-
and Mrs. Everett Limbeck, Mr. and a touchdown. Sublimity scored once called. The way it wound up, the
gers are moving to Arcada, Calif.,
Mrs. Jack Christensen, Mr. and Mrs. i in the second quarter, and again in males of the species wound up eating >
i where he will be employed.
Ernest Garsjo, Mr. and Mrs. Wayne ! the last quarter, but was unable to in the kitchen.
Teachers of Mari-Linn school held Kerr, Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Berry, 1 convert the extra points.
Next football game, incidentally, is )
j their regular monthly teachers meet- Mr. and Mrs. Earl Thayer, Mr. and
The sale of magazines was over , next Thursday night on Allen Field. ;
! ing and dinner at the Riverview cafe Ms. Wallace Bevier, Mr. and Mrs. last Friday. A total of $799.95 worth The Timberwolves play the Sweet
I in Mehama, Tuesday evening, Oct. 16. Stanley Forrest, Mr. and Mrs. Frank of magazines were sold. Approxi Home “B” squad, and wind up the |
'at 6:15 p.m. Mr. Putman reported Scheader, Mr. and Mrs. Erroll Kintz mately $325 of this goes to the stud 1951 football season against Philo-;
on the State principals convention ; and Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Thayer. ent body, which sponsored the sub j math next Friday at Philomath.
which was held in Salem, Monday and , The Girl Scouts will attend the scription drive.
Next week there will be another .
Tuesday. Plans for school Halloween |
The first edition of the ‘Wolf Tales,’ I column, if someone doesn't see fit to )
morning worship service at the
parties were made and other general. Methodist Community church next Mill City high school paper, was
shoot me previously. Happy Archi
i business of school discussed. Those Sunday morning. The girls will sing distributed Monday. Many technical
I attending were Mr. and Mrs. Thomas) a special number directed by their details were encountered in the pub medes’ birthday!
i Putman, Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Smith, leader, Mrs. Jack Christensen. The lishing of this first edition, but these
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'Mr. and Mrs. Fred Skillings, Mrs. i
national theme for the week is “Girl can be ironed out in the future. I
I Hazel Wirth, Mrs. Elva Kuiken, Mrs. !
Scouts”. A growing force for free Students are urged to write letters
Martha Poole, Miss Vivian Boyce, and ■ dom. The pastor, Rev. R. A. Feen- to the editor if they feel so inclined.
Ralph Hurst. Miss Norma Miller was , stra, will use the story of Queen These may pertain to anything about
A Friendly Place
unable to attend due to illness.
Esther with the text "For such a time the school which they feel should be
A meeting of Girl Scout, and as this”. Parents and friends are in improved, altered, of approval of good
To While Away
Brownie leaders, assistant leaders, I vited to attend this service. The things will be printed. The writer’s
committee members and mothers was i church choir will give a special num ) name may be with-held upon request,
Your Idle Hours
| but all must be signed when turned
held at the Jack Christensen home, ber also.
with Mrs. Christensen and Mrs. John) The Lyons and Stayton Methodist in.
Discussing the ) churchs held joint services Tuesday,
Report cards came out this week,
years schedule and plans for the . October 23, in observance of the Week amid mixed feelings. Some students
annual halloween party was made, j of Prayer and self denial. The after were both surprised and elated, and
Present were Mesdames Clarence noon session was held at the Stayton others were both surprised and de
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Jungwirth, Ivan Smith, Ray Mohler, church at 2 o'clock under the direction jected when they first saw their cards.
Calvin Trahan, George Huffman, of the Womens Society of Christian
Attendance slacked off at the Teen
Burl Smith, Ernest Garsjo, Merlin Service. The evening service was Canteen last Saturday night. There
Knox, Marvin Edwards, John Prid held at Lyons at 8 o’clock. Mrs. was a pronounced lack of manpower.
eaux and Jack Christensen.
Feenstra who is the Spiritual Life Due to the Eagles’ Damon Runyan
Mrs. Wood Oliver left Friday morn secretary was in charge. Reports cancer fund benefit dance this Sat
THANK HEAVENS! Most attacks are Just acid
ing for Shawnee, Oklahoma, where were given on two foreign and two urday night, the teenagers will make
indigestion. When it strikes, take Bell-ans
tablets They contain the fastest-acting
she was called in the settlement of home missions by Vivian Boyce, Nor themselves at home in the high school
medicines known to doctors for the relief of
her sisters estate.
ma Miller, Mrs. Orpha Roye and Mrs. for their weekly festivities. All maramin'mi mrim iiii ' mu niiiimniiiMiiuii mi'iiinitt hii iinuniimiN
heartburn, gas and similar distress. 25<.
Mrs. Hugh Johnston honored her j Alta Bodeker. Rev. Abbott from
Stayton sang two solos and read the
cer fund. It's a worthy cause, and
one that may someday help each of us
Don’t forget the bazaar sponsored if we need it. All proceeds go to
by the Womens Society of Christian help find a cure for cancer.
Service will be held at the Rebekah
Twirp season is over. We can
hall, October 30, with a turkey dinner breathe again! There’s nothing like
served in the evening. There will be a good, old twirp season to make the
fancy work, home made candy, a fellas realize that it is safer the
fish pond and Christmas cards for normal way. Sort of a foolish, but
sale. This is an annual affair and mighty invigorating!
there will be a short program.
Bob Baltimore was host at an old-
Mrs Arch Mink of Ida-ih was a
Tuesday v «itor at the home of Mis.
Claude fowls’ Service Station
Mrs. Jim Lande has returned home
from a trip to Sacramento, and San
Francisco, California, where she
Santiam Aerie No. 2745 stage their
big benefit dance in the Mill City
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Bridges are visit fire hall Saturday night. October 27.
ing relatives at Sidneys Montana. Proceeds of the dance will go into the
WE ARE PLEASED
While there they will attend the wed Damon Runyon cancer fund. This is
TO SERVE YOU!
ding of her sister.
the second such dance sponsored by
Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Lyons and son the Eagles fraternity.
Mrs. C. N.
We hope you are pleased
of Gates were Sunday afternoon Bennett anil her ragtime syncopators
with our service.
guests at the home of his parents, provide the musical talent for the
Mr. and Mrs. R. P. Lyons in Lyons. public affair.
Girl Scouts Troop 93 have started
Al Stahlman returned from the Sa
their fall schedule with Mrs. Jack lem Memorial hospital, Monday. He
Christensen as leader, and Mrs. Ray spent one week there while under ob
Mohler assistant leader. Mrs. Ernest servation.
Garsjo, Mrs. George Huffman and
It’s a Halloween party for the 6th,
Mrs. Albetr Carr are committee mem 7th, and 8th grader children of Mill
bers. Officer» elected as follows are: City grade school, Friday night in the
Gloria Carr, president; Claudia John gvm. The spook partv is sponsored
son, vice president; Carol Kruse, I by the Mill City PTA, Mrs. Arey
secretary; Sandra Knox, treasure; I Podrabsky is handling the arrange
Kathyrn Johnston, Sharron Toland ments.
Each child will bring 15c
and Shirley Mohler, program commit ! which will defray the expense of cider
tee. Girl Scout week starts, October and donuts.
Mr. and Mrs. Cliff Large spent
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Jungwirth and Tuesday in Salem where they shopped
children of Coquille were recent and transacted business.
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visitors at the home of her parents
Mrs. Ardith Christie and two daugh
many reader» of THE CHRIS
Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Kinzer. They also ters from Toledo are visiting their
TIAN SCIENCE MONITOR
visited his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Doc mother and grandmother, Mrs. Edna
tell the Editor how much they
Jungwirth in Stayton.
enjoy thi» daily world-wide
Weekend guests at the ho-”« of Mr.
newspaper, with such com
Mr. and Mrs. Gail Dorothy, accom
80% of battery failures occur where emergency calls are
and M*s Burl Smith were her parents, panied by Mrs. Al Stahlman, visited
required —protect against this inconvenience and ex
“The Monitor it the moil
Mr. and Mr». Albert Nelson ard her Stahlman in the Salem Memorial hos
pense. Our battery service includes maintaining proper
brother and wife and son Mar», from pital, Sunday evening.
paper in the U.S.,, ■"
< athalan.et, Washington.
M Sgt. and Mrs. W. O. Hamrick
water level —testing for condition—cleaning and com
“I aluable aid in leach
Thelma Nydegger was hostess for are visiting her sister, Mrs. Jack D.
plete inspection of terminals and cables.
ing , . ."
the afternoon card club with her party Colburn and Jack Colburn. The Ham
“News that it complete
This is a regular service that keeps your car running
ricks are on a delay-enroute-from
and fair ..."
and more economically. It is part of Car-
“The Monitor turely it a
luncheon proceeded several tables of Tex., to March Field, Riverside, Calif.
reader's necessity . .
that reduces wear of vital parts and im
500. High score was held by Bertha
The John Swans have received the
Y'ou, too, will find the Monitor
information that their son, Jerry Lee
Mabl? Downing drew the traveling Swan, is now in Japan. Jerry is in
world new» . . . and a* nece»-
Drive in and let us show you how our Car-Saver
prize. Present for the party were | the navy.
»ary a» your HOME TOWN
Service can make your car run better, longer.
Mabel Bas«, Dorothy ILlenv.i, Doree”
The Raymond Mainards have just
returned from Arizona.
l'»e thia coupon for a Special
Introductory »ub»cription — 3
Lucille Don. van. Gtrnitt Basset , make their home in Mill City and
EXPUT LUBRICATION * TIRE SWITCHING * BATTERY CARB
MONTHS FOR ONLY »J.
Ethel ll'it'man Mabel Dow ring, Wil Oregon once again. Arizona climate
ATLAS TIRES • BATTERIES • ACCESSORIES
ma Free Ruth Lyons. Bertha Allen, does not compare favorably with Ore
and the hostess Thelma Nydeggei. gon's they report.
Mr a al Mrs. W. H. Joht son were
Ow. Non»,, St . H—t«. IS, Ma.,., V. S A
••ecent vi»i«ore in Newport. The and Mrs. John I.engescher were Mr.
?!•••• »end tn« an i«t r»«l t»e t ®ry »»becHp-
).l*o vi«'*i-d in Corvallis it th, homes and Mrs. William Marneilli and son.
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of Mr. and Mr-.. Arthur Peppin, Mi William Jr., of Portland, and Mr.
atai Mrs. Geo.ge Parlee and Mr. am. and Mrs. V. O. Lengescher also of
Mrs. Joon Mink. M’s Parlee is a Portland. Mrs. Marneilli is a neice
sister of Mr. Johnson.
of Mr. Lengescher.
Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Smith and child
Mr. and Mrs. John Trask who are
ren were recent visitors at the home ) spending the winter at Taft on the
of his parents at Cornelius, Oregon.
j coast were weekend guests at the
Recent visitors at the home of Mr. home of their daughter and family,
WE TAKE IETTIR CARE OF YOUR CAR
Mr. and Mrs. George Nydegger.
Mill City Hi-Liles
ON THE HIGHWAY
$1.39 ea‘ h
3 n>s. 29c
3 for 29c
TREE TOP APPLE ( IDER
M-I) TOILET TISSUE
3 for 29c
[ WEIN HARD
KFOR ME ! "
HEART ATTACK OR
HERE’S ANOTHER WAY
J. W. GOIN
PROTECTS YOUR CAR
Mom's and Pop's
CAPITOL TOM ATO JUICE
16 oz. ran 25c
DURKEE S MARGARINE
I for 29c
GIANT o\> Doi.. Dl Z
TASTY PAK RAISINS
i "" 59c
Mrt. A. IF., San Antonio, Total
Speed anuuing relief from mnenea of
mm pie piles, with «nothin» Paso*' Ac«»
to relieve pain, itching nuranl/v-soothes
inflamed tissues — lubricates dry. hard
ened parts—help* prevent cracking. «Ire
nes» -reduce swelling You get real com
forting help he l »offer needle»» torture
from simple piles. Get Paso fur last, won
derful rewef. Ask your dicl r about it.
Suppiwitiyy Aorm — also tuhr» with per
forated pile pipe for easy application.
*Pa«e <*«■■»• i ooW i./iaseHi •
..- yr yr yr yr
“Was a nervous wreck
from agonizing pain
until I found Pazo!”
Kellom’s Fresh Meats
FRESH DAILY — VERY REASON ARI F. TRICES
yr yr 75 yr yr yr yr TTJ 7 .
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Knotty Pine Paneling
Pioneer Flintkote Roofing
Kelly Lumber Sales
OPEN WEEK DAYS: 8 A M. to 7 P.M.
CLOSED: Sundays and Holidays
WE «¡nr. TRADING STAMPS AND ALVMINl’M AND DISHES
a A* I
Phone 1815. Mill City
Russell Kelly. Manager