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About The Mill City enterprise. (Mill City, Or.) 1949-1998 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 8, 1951)
5—THE MILL CITY ENTERPRISE
Notember 8, 1951
Mrs. Millie Woods Takes
Mrs. Millie Woods took the honor
of being hostess for Gates Lucky
Twelve pinochle club in its pre-Arm-
istice Day session, Thursday.
Mrs. Joan Long proved the day
was one for celebration by holding
■ 1500 trump and winning high score.
Mrs. Inez Teal bagged the winging
Mrs. Edna Duval
By MRS. GWEN JONES
Three-Links’ annual ham dinner sauntered in with low score. Mrs.
The Mill City Woman’s club held a Saturday night was enjoyed by some Faye Verbeck was a guest today.
business meeting the evening of 200 people. Guests were served at
November 6 with Mrs. O. M. Mikkel- 12 decorative tables. Each table was
sen presiding. The club voted to a symbol of and in keeping with the
support the Care-For-Korea cam spirit of one of the twelve months
paign. Mrs. Vernon Todd, local cam of the year. A prize was offered to
paign chairman, told of the urgent the hostess displaying the most
Michael A. Heidt is establishing an
need in Korea for CARE packages. original decoration.
automotive electric and crankshaft
Contributions to the General Federa
Ruby Brisbin's table decorations grinding shop in the building former
tion of Women’s clubs campaign will depicted the June bride and groom ly known as Reed's plumbing shop
be used to provide Korean orphans, and received first prize. Honorable located near the Mar Dean cafe and
refugees and other civilian war vic mention was given the Christmas Hathaway’s garage. This will be the
tims with CARE food, clothing tex scene fashioned by hostess Goldie only such shop between Bend and
tiles, and blankets. Everyone was : Rambo. Judges for the decoration I Salem.
asked for a donation, and all local< contest were Elsie Potter, Jessie
The Dr. Mark Hammericksens were
organizations will be asked to con- Heath and Mary Kelly. Consolation | guests in the home of Hammericksen's
prizes were awarded the remaining | parents, the A. Hammericksens, in
Mrs. Mikkelsen and Mrs. Lee annual dinner hostesses.
j Eugene last weekend.
Donaldson reported on the county
Mrs. Ida Fleetwood was in charge went duck hunting while in that area.
federation meeting in Salem, they also of the kitchen and Mrs. Mabie Veteto
R. B. McClain weekend guests were
gave highlights of the club convention handled the ticket sales campaign. the F. G. McClains of Portland and
held in Dallas last week,
Mrs. Bertha Baltimore, as general the L. E. Dahlins of Corvallis.
Mr. Charles Harman reported on I chairman of the event, said, “Thanks
Mrs. Anna Van Beber was hostess
Campfire activities, the need for ¡Odd Fellows for your co-operation; i in her home for the Assembly of God
group leaders and help with current and all Rebekahs for contributing and ! Women’s Missionary council, Wednes
expenses. The club voted to have a helping making the dinner a success. day.
cake walk and plant sale at the Nov. The loan of the tables and chairs from
The fall meeting of the Santiam
20 meeting as a benefit for the youth the Presbyterian church is %Jso ap I district garden culbs will be held in
groups sponsored by the Woman's preciated by the committee.”
Independence, Friday, Nov.-16.
Mrs. Lois Scott announced this
Mrs. C. E. Mason reported on the
week that there will be a Willamette
recent Santiam hospital board meet
1 valley matrons and patrons associa-
ing and said that individuals or groups Miss J. Roy's Engagement | tion of Eastern Star meeting at Le
may volunteer to do sewing on hospi
banon, Thursday, Nov. 8. Marguerite
To Sgt. Ball Disclosed
chapter No. 60 will be hosts for the
The parents of Miss Josephine Roy meeting.
The program was concluded with
Mrs. John Swan returned this week
each person telling of a household hint are announcing the engagement of
or time-saving suggestion for the their daughter to Sergeant, first class, from Camas, Wash., where she has
Farrell C. Ball.
been caring for a sick relative.
kitchen and home.
Mr. and Mrs. Art Robison were in
Mr. and Mrs. B. A. Roy indicated
Refreshments were served by the
hostesss, Mrs. C. A. Bruder, Mrs. H. that the marriage ceremony will be Portland, Wednesday on business.
The John Muirs attended a wedding
T. Caughey, and Mrs. William held in the Mill City First Christian
church, Saturday, Nov. 17, at 8 p.m. in Portland, Saturday night.
A pink and blue shower, sponsored
Only a few friends and relatives will
by friends, honored Mrs. Lola John
James Franklin started the New be present during the wedding.
Ball returned from Korea, Tuesday, son this week.
England Courant in 1721 in Boston.
RALEIGH HAROLD, Florist, open
Oct. 23. He is now on a 30-day fur
lough. He is the son of Mrs. Pearl Sundays and evenings, flowers tele
graphed anywhere. Funeral sprays,
Richardson of Pendleton.
planters, pot plants, corsages, wed
dings, also shrubs and landscaping.
Mr. and Mrs. Al Parks and children 319 W. Washington, Stayton. Phone
of Albany spent the weekend in Mill MM.
City with her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Shepherd and
Mrs. Florence Roten entertained at
the Shepherd home, Sunday in honor
of the wedding anniversary of Min
ister and Mrs. H. E. Jull.
guests were the children of the host-
Gates Woman's Club
eses and the honored couple, Mr. and
Mrs. Glen Shelton, Bob and Ellen,
and Miss Vera Loucks.
The Christian Woman’s fellowship
will meet Wednesday, Nov. 14, at the
SALE OF GIFTS, FOOD and “FISH POND’’
' home of Mrs. Emma Teter.
Pfc. Ernest Podrabsky, Jr., U. S.
Also Card Games, Canasta and Pinochle
Airforce aircraft engine mechanic, is
reported by his parents, Mr. and Mrs.
E. L. Podrabsky, as being stationed
in Korea some 20 miles south of Seoul.
Korea. Pfc. Podrabsky left for over
seas last September.
GATES HIGH SCHOOL BASEMENT
Mrs. Elmer Shaw, Mrs. Glen Shel
ton and Minister and Mrs. H. E. Jull
“Fun For Everybody of All Ages"
attended a missionary institute at the
First Christian church in Salem,
Ede’s cafe proprietors decided in
favor of the traditional Day of Rest,
Sunday, as their day off rather than
Wiley Muise is home on a leave
from the Marines.
Mrs. Anna Jenkins applied her
famed cooking talents towards pre
paring a trout fry for visiting digni
taries from Congress and high gov
ernment officials recently at Marion
Forks hotel. The big-wigs were on
an inspection tour of the Marion
Forks fish hatchery and Detroit dam.
John Muir's father, Andrew Muir
of N. Dakota, and his brother, James
Muir of Seattle, Wash., were guests
in the Muir home this week. They
Grade school children will see two
safety films Friday, “And Then There
Were Four” and “Driver’s Test”.
These films were procured by Police
Chief Hunt from the traffic safety
Local Woman's Club Three-Links Ham
Backs CARE Drive Dinner Decorative
Friday, Nov. 30, 1951
hfi/l City Grade School
I n 1 rd Grade
The Mill City Camp Fire leaders
meeting was held Tuesday, October
30, at Mrs. Lee Pinkston’s home.
Those attending were Miss Enid
Walcott, Mrs. S. W. Horn, both from
Salem: Mrs. Charles P. Harman, local
chairman; Mrs. Harry Dyhrman, Mrs.
I.ee Pinkston, Mrs. Courtland Rue,
Mrs. Earl Nelson, Mrs. J. L. Wolfe.
A general discussion and question
session was held. Also plans were
made for future Camp Fire activities.
Mrs. James L. Grant, nee Paula Van
Buskirk of Mill City was married in
There were 42 pupils in the play
Salem recently. Mrs. Cloyd A. C om I of the Pan-American Union.
is the mother of the bride. The groom Roger’s room there are Robert Ditter,
is the son of E. Grant of White Sal Larry Urban, William Clark, Arthur
mon. Mash. The couple are making Webb, Kyon Child, Carol Cooke, Caro
line Harman, Norma Nelson, Naomi
their home in Mill City.
(Photo courtesy the Statesman) Taylor, Barbara Fleming, Steve Sav
age, Marie Hutchinson, Marica Cox,
division of the secretary of state’s Brince Slater, Antony Berry, John
office in Salem. High school stu Mitchell, Alvin Ray, Billy Ixtng-
dents will see the films, Monday necker, John Cutforth and Michael
In Mr. Louck's room there are Billy
The Victor Galbraiths. Mrs. Naomi
Wells, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Um- Haun, Ray Steiner, Larry Large, Guen
phress and Marjorie, Mrs. Del Drew. Chrisensen, I.ahany Podrabsky, Laina
Sharlotte Kanege, and Mrs. Anna Schmidt, Arthur Cox, Judith Bigger,
VanBeber and daughter attended spe Barbara McGinnis, Margaret Palmer,
cial religoius services in Salem, Sun Linda Dyhrman. John Roten, Robert
Kenagry, Joyce Webb, David Golden,
George Hall of Salem was a Mill Mike Thomas, Herschel Clark, David
I Mitchell, Lauren Dart and Mike
City visitor, Wednesday.
F.O.E. initiated into membership, Matheny.
Robert Ditter had a birthday, Mon
Wednesday night, Oct. 31, in the Fire
hall James I. Poole, Robert C. Hinz, day. He is 11 years old. Leon Mc-
Clyde E. Golden, John E. Bryant, Calland and Marie Hutchinson had
Stanley F. Walczak. Leslie E. Mullen, coils and were absent the first, seebnd
Buford J. Hughes, Howard J. Becker, and fifth of November.
Richard G. Becker, Russell G. Binga
man, LeRoy J. Kelly, Paul B. Jen
nings, and Robert W. Pratt.
We will get our report cards next
The Albany drill team of the Eagles Tuesday. Some of the kids will be
auxiliary inducted six candidates, unhappy about it and some will be
Wednesday, Oct. 31, at the fire hall. happy.
New Eagle auxiliary members are
Yell leaders will be Jackie Nibler,
Mrs. Sybil Walczak, Mrs. Arvella Jen Barbara Podrabsky, and Zita Crosier.
nings, Mrs. Dorothy Hunt, Mrs. Do Song leaders will be Sheny Hanson,
lores Wilson, Mrs. Lloyd Poole, Mrs. Penny Gould, Norma Downer, and
Vesta Golden. The men served the Jackie Bickett.—Gregory Peterson.
refreshments enjoyed by the group.
Anniversary for the local F.O.E. is
Charles Towell came to school Mon
Saturday, Nov. 10. It’s the fourth
such for the men and the second for day. The sixth, seventh, and eighth
grades watched the song and yell
leaders perform this week.
The real democratic idea is, not grade school student body will elect
that every man shall be on a level song and yell squads from this group
Candidates for song
with every other, but that every one of students'.
shall have liberty without hindrance, i leaders are Sharon Hagen, Carol Ann
to be what God made him.—Henry ' Thornley, Jackie Bickett, Norma
Downer, Penny Gould and Sherry
SI N DAY and MONDAY
LOVIS JOURDAN and
BEBRA PAGET in
— ON THE STAGE —
Mill City High School
Senior Class Presents
Our Soldier Girls
A Comedy in 3 Acts
— Curtain at 8:00
Nove mher 14, 16 and 17
— NOTE THE DAYS —
JOHN WAYNE in
Kids Club Saturday
Matinee 2:00 P.M.
— Also —
MUIR’S “Cake of the Week
Birthday Cake for:
Donald Guier, Ronnie Jones,
Raymond Orme, Linda Slover
and Michael Suddeth
Doors open at 7:20 P.M.
Complete show can be seen any
time up to 8:30
Quality job printing at
The Mill City Enterprise
For quick comforting help for Backache,
Rheumatic Pains. Getting Up Nights, strong
cloudy urine, irritating passages. Lea Paine,
circles under eyes, and swollen ankles, due
to non-organic and non-systemlc Kidney and
Bladder troubles, try Cystea. Quick, complete
satisfaction or money back guaranteed. Ask
your druggist for Cystex today.
• True, that "little illnees
yoti'rt been mentioning in
an offhand way, may nC*
seem to amount to much——
just a few faint lyraptomu
But, neglected, these "little
ills" can lead to big bills for
doctors, medicines, etc; not
to mention needless suffering
and loss of precious time.
Consult a Doctor now—
you'll save by it in the en«L
And, of course, we hope you'll
being his prescription to me
for ««refml conipoendingj
MILL CITY MEAT MARKET
Friday and Saturday Only
20" Baby Doll *6”
Christmas Cards, Tags, Seals
and Gift Wrappings
FOR YOUR SELECTION
Quality Meats and Groceries
returned today, Tues- 11
day. Bobby Hill is still out of school. ; J
MILL CITY VARIETY
Furnish Your Table with
Napkins - Table Covers
Tallies - Place Cards
SEE OUR MARVELOUS LINE OF
ALL THOSE HARD TO FIND TITLES
Special Cards for Men in the Service at
our Vegetable Cooler
Gates General Store