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About The Mill City enterprise. (Mill City, Or.) 1949-1998 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 8, 1951)
4—THE MILL ( ITY ENTERPRISE
Lanny Urban Judged
Best Dresssd Cowboy
Roy Rotters’ birthday party was a
big success in spite of a drizzling
rain. Nearly 50 cowboys and cow
girls paraded around the stage of
Mill City theatre before an apprecia
Prize winners were senior division
—best cowboy, Larry Urban, prize
November 8, 1951
Around the State
In Civil Defense
Mill City Hi-Liles Shuffleboard Season
Roy Rogers binoculars; best cowgirl,
By GARY’ PETERSON
Yvonne Dickie, prize Roy Rogers cam- 1
Basketball practice started this
era. Runners-up in the senior divi-.
All ten shuffleboard teams of the
sion were Dick Tickle and Bill Pro- j Jack Hayes, Oregon's civil defense week in earnest, as Coach Buroughs
vost; each received a Roy Rogers pen.] director, spoke about the interstate put his casaba aspirants through fun Santiam Shuffleboard league swung
From last year’s into action, Tuesday. Winners were
Junior division winners were two mutual aid compact in Portland last damental
Roy Chase, Bob Mill City tavern, Jerry's tavern, De- .
brothers dressed alike, Kerry and Bill
Shelton, Denny Marttala. Dick Down ' troit tavern, Cedars tavern, Davies
Barr; each was given a Roy Rogers eight western states. Also repre er,
Kanoff. Delmer Skillings, and I tavern.
glass. Runners-up were George Mc sented at the meeting of the far Al Dick
are leading the way. with
Mill City toppled Meander Inn by
Nealy and Lynn Steiner, prizes Roy western association civil defense some Ward
year’s “B” squad player» ¡37 points. Jerry’s squeaked through
and the core of last season’s grade
Ail children attending the Roy Rog three Canadian provinces. The in school team working out. First sched with five points against Richard’s.
ers cowboy costume party were given terstate group was organized in Port uled game of the 1951-52 basketball Detroit showed real power by piling |
land last April for the purpose of
up an extra 73 points when compet- .
a souvenir photo of Roy Rogers.
ing with Maple's. Cedars did even
This Saturday at the matinee all correlating civil defense and inter Gates the third of December.
better by shuffling 82 more than was I
registered members of the Kids’ Club
Bob Veness is givirg a free show , needed for a win over Les’s. There
will receive shiny new membership
to the members of the football team
buttons—black lettering on a yellow fense organized a chaplain’s section, j and their dates Saturday night after was only an eight point spread be-
I tween the scores of Davies and Ren
The county unit announced that 150
army-type litters were distributed a- the Teen Canteen for winning their dezvous.
mong the municipalities of the area. I last two games of the season. Some
Schedules for next week include
In Salem, a shelter survey was made
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Tuesday, Nov. 13:
of buildings in the business district. > generously contributed milk shakes
Jerry’s vs. Meander Inn at Gates.
after some of the football games.
In Douglas county, CD Director
Richard's vs. Mill City tavern at
(Continued from Page 1)
The Senior class presents a three
Gen. J. T. Pierce launched a series of
meeting, 7:30 p.m., November 26, at civil defense radio programs. First act comedy on the stage of the Mill
Cedars vs. Maples at Detroit.
the high school was had. It was de aid and home nursing classes were City theatre next Thursday night,
Davies vs. Detroit tavern at Stayton
A Friendly Place
cided that Wolf, Bear and Lion badges started Nn Oswego. In Gresham, a entitled “My Soldier Girls”.
Rondezvous vs. Les’s tavern at
be. awarded to those Cubs who have series of four non-technical courses on
successfully met the achievement re modern warfare are being held for the various women’s forces, Wacs, Spars,
To While Away
and Waves, and try to run their home Friday, Nov. 16:
quired. Each Cub, depending on the public.
Mill City tavern vs. Cedars at Mill
as their respective services would.
age, Wolf—8, Bear—9, and Lion—10
Your Idle Hours
E. L. McClintock of EEugene, just Each sister runs for mayor on a dif
must pass certain achievements, as
ferent party ticket in this fast moving
witnessed by his mother or father, in i
his handbook before being awarded school at St. Mary’s college in Calif., play. All girl cast, too.
Detroit tavern vs. Richard’s at De
the proper badge in recognition of
his work. It was pointed out that the atomic age.” At the recent Veness was necessary because he was
Maple’s vs. Davies tavern at Gates.
this plan is effective if the parents said “we have too many people living mad at me for questioning the worth
Les’s vs. Meander Inn at Les’s.
attend the pack meeting, assist in annual meeting of Oregon state nurses’ of his attempts at being what is com
awarding the badge and show recog association, civil defense was included monly known as a magician. Guys
in the theme, “Nursing in a Chang
nition of the Cub’s achievement.
like that are a definite threat to the buktu, but I think he's a Russian di
Might make someone plomat.
New members will be received into
Some relay games were
disappear with a wave of the magic played, including a sack race. I am
pack 84 at the pack meeting also.
wand he got with his Jum-Bo Magi wondering who donated their wearing
Those attending the meeting were
Cubmaster Steiner, committee chair with any emergency, at home or else cian Set No. 2. He is, though, donat apparel for use in this game. Tut.
ing the movie for the football men (?) tut, and tut. Some of the boys got
man Lents; den mothers and their
assistants, Mrs. Lemke, Tuers, Hau asociation is helping the city plan for
The local high school was the scene ideas, no reflections on a current hit
tala, Tickle, McNealy and Savage;
a Junior class sponsored Hard tune, about ripping shirts, and the
assistant Cubmaster Siler; commit repair shops, and towing firms dur Times party last Friday night. Every party ended with the boys ripping the
teeman Don Jenkins, Burt Burroughs,
one looked like bums. Tom Kanoff shirts off of any male who had a
Wm. (Bill) Tickle and Charles Har tors in Oregon took part in a commun and Lee Kelly were judged the worst thread on his back. Despicable vio
nation-wide exercise for training 80,- looking hoboes, and were crowned Mr. lence, you know.
Mrs. Steiner served delicious re 000 amateur operators in aiding re and Miss Timbuktu, respectively. I
Adolescents remained away in
freshments at the close of the meet lief organizations in time of disaster. don’t know how to pronounce Tim- droves at the Teen Canteen Saturday
evening, last. By stroking my beard,
Radio operators of 18 counties are
and gazing into a crystal ball, this
now tied-in with the Oregon civil de
The Civil war developed an appetite fense amatuer net, while other areas '
writer can peer into the past and see
for news among the people.
great crowds of teen-agers at the fire
have organized operators for county j
hall. Things are going to have to
and city use.
By ELSIE MYERS
pick up from last week, or it won’t
Visiting at the Steve Dark home pay to have the lights on. Come on
WE ARE PLEASED
over the weekend were Mr. and Mrs. out this week. It’s somewhere to go
Virgil Shaw and daughter Peggy of during the winter evenings, and it
TO SERVE YOU!
Additional Sunday night won’t do anyone any good if it has
supper guests were Mr. and Mrs. to close up for lack of sufficient sup
We hope you are pleased
Luther Stout of Stayton.
with our service.
Mr. and Mrs. Ike Myers attended
Just a final reminder that the Sen
Douglas fir sawlogs continued in
good demand at steady prices in the a Wednesday night dinner at which iors have lots of tickets left to the
Willamette Valley during the week Mr. and Mrs. John Neal of Fox Valley Senior class play, “My Soldier Girls”,
ending November 3. Poles and piling were hosts. Others present were Mr. Thursday night at the Mill City
and other forest products were also and Mrs. Cleve O’Neil and Mr. and theatre. I’ll see you there.
mainly steady, according to the weekly Mrs. Carl E. Nuttleman, Lyons, Mr.
farm forest products report prepared and Mrs. Luther Stout, Stayton, and
from data supplied by the State the hosts, Mr. and Mrs. John Neal.
Board of Forestry to the OSC Ex Halloween decorations were used
throughout the house.
FISSURE — FISTULA
Douglas Fir Sawlogs:
ABSCESS — PROLAPSE
Douglas fir sawlogs continued in Knox accompanied a group of young
to Lebanon on a skating party
and other Rectal Disorders
good demand in the Willamette Valley people
last week. Second-growth logs over Sunday afternoon.
Recent callers at the Steve Dark
24 feet long brought $35 to $38 a
thousand board feet for No. 3’s and home included Mr. Emil Dick of Mil
$45 to $48 for No. 2’s. Camp run waukie and Mr. C. V. Gourley of Dr. R. REYNOLDS CLINIC
... the letter« «tart. Then
logs were mostly $40 to $41 a thous Albany.
many reader« of THE CHRIS
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Longnecker at
and. 12 to 24 foot logs ranged from
TIAN SCIENCE MONITOR
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$35 to $46 a thousand. 8-foot logs tended the dance at the Mari-Lynn 1144 Center St.
tell the Editor how much they
MITT WEINHARO COMPANT • PORTI AND. OREGON
down to 6 inch diameter continued
enjoy thi« daily world-wide
Mr. and Mrs. Steve Dark, Drury
strong at $15 to $18 a cord or $32 to
newspaper, with auch com
Lane and Durwood enjoyed a waffle
$40 a thousand.
Saturday night at the home
“Tht Monitor it the most
Old-growth sawlogs were steady at
of Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Garrison in
cartfullr rdited newt-
paper in the U. S. . . .”
2’s, and $60 for No. l’s. Peelers were Lyons.
“laluabla aid in track
Bill Bickett returned home Friday
$75 to $110.
ing . . ."
from an eastern Oregon elk hunting
Second-growth Douglas fir stump trip.
“New. that il complota
and fair , , ’
age offers ranged from $12 to $22 a
Mrs. Louie Ray spent the day
“Tko Monitor turtlr it a
thousand. Good winters shows were Thursday in Stayton at the home of
readtr't necattity . •
mostly around $17 to $18.
her father Mr. Ben Darby. Mr. Darby
You. too, will find the Monitor
returned to his home Tuesday after
Northern and central valley pulp spending several days in a Salem
world newt . . . and a« necea-
mills paid $17 a curd for unpeeled hospital with pneumonia.
>ary «• your HOME TOWN
spruce, hemlock, and true fir. Peeled,
Mrs. Goldie Peck and children were
STUBBY MILLS ORCHESTRA
spruce brought $20 a cord and other callers at the Ike Myers home Satur
l’»e thia coupos for a Special
species brought $19. Douglas fir was day.
Introductory «ubtcriplion — J
$14 to $17 a cord unpeeled. A few
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weight at $5.90 a ton, which is about
the same as cordwood prices. Peeled
cottonwood was $16 to $18 a cord.
O«. Nwwar »< .
“ I*. M.n.. V. S A.
Poles and Piling:
Pleas« «»*4 m« ■■ i»lr«dvrt«ey aub«rrl|»-
!»«• !• Th« Chrtoitaa S*M*r« M«atl.r
Douglas fir poles and piling con
?• tosiM«. I ««ci««« M.
tinued in good demand at steady
prices. Barkie poles ranged from 7
cents a lineal foot for 25-foot poles
up to 43 cents for 100-foot lengths.
40-foot poles were 13 to 18 cents a ,
foot and 50-foot poles were quoted at
20 to 26 cents.
Peeled p.iling ranged from 25 to 42 i
cents a foot for 20 to 100 foot lengths. I
Demand was best for piling over 501
Most hardwoods were steady at
TRANK HKAVKNS1 Most attacks ar* Just acid
$34.50 to $37.50. A few mills paid
Indigestion When it strikes, taks Bell-ana
They contain the fastest-actma
up to $45 a thousand. Cottonwood
medicines known to doctors for the relief of
brought $24 to $30.
heartburn, gas and similar dutrwaa.
Swings in High
Cub Pack No. 84--
ON THE HIGHWAY
PURE PORK SAUSAGE
46 oz. can 25c
( APITAL ( VISIT
13 oz. Bottle
2 for 29c
No. 2'/2 Size
2 for 35c
HUNT’S TOMATO JUICE
46 oz. 25c
GIANT DUZ. DREFT,
OXYDOL or TIDE
HUN T’S ST R A W11E R R Y
1 Hi jar 29c
M WWELL HOUSE
I M. jar 37c
25 lb ba« $2.09
Elsinore Cream Style
CORN No. 303
2 for 29c
Douglas Fir Sawlogs
In Good Demand
Mom's and Pop's
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TOR ME ! "
i Public Dance :
EVERY Saturday Night
7th Annual Firemen's
HEART ATTACK OR
Never - -
“At the Bottom of the Hill”
SAVE at a Dull Moment
MILL CITY TAVERN
Mill City Fire Hall
Saturday, NOV. 17
6 P. M.
- - GOOD MUSIC - -
Come and bring your friends!