The Mill City enterprise. (Mill City, Or.) 1949-1998, November 22, 1951, Page 5, Image 5

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    5—THE MILL CITY ENTERPRISE
November 22. ISSI
FEMME PAGE
Gates Woman’s Club Legion Auxiliary Gift
Plan Bazaar Events Campaign Starts
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Members of the Gates Woman’s
SUNDAY and MONDAY
Mill City American Legion Auxil­
club met in regular session Thursday iary met at the home of Mrs. Ledora
DANA ANDREWS and
evening, November 15. in the recre­ Kelly this week. Mrs. Ruth Stovall
CL VIDE RAINES in
ation rooms of the local school, Mrs. and Mrs. Kelly were co-hostesses for
W. R. Hutcheson presiding. Follow­ the meeting.
ing the flag salute and the singing of
The group voted that a flag eti­
the club song, America the Beautiful, quette booklet, “Know Your America”
— Added Featurette! —
the remainder of the session was de­ be purchased and distributed to school
Faith Rebekah lodge of Lyons en­
Mill City Garden club selected
______ a voted
to
the
discussion
of
plans
for
children
and
Camp
Fire
Girls.
Plans
Jerry
Lewis and Dean Martin
tertained the president of the Rebekah slate of candidates for 1952 offices,
Assembly of Oregon, Mary S. Allen of this week. Mrs. Chas. Dolezal, chair­ the bazaar which will be held Friday are underway for a big family party
in
Hood River, who paid her official man of the nominating committee, evening. November 30, at the school at the Legion hall, Sunday afternoon,
“
30th
ANNIVERSARY"
Dec. 16. The party will be for auxil- '
visit at their regular meeting Wednet- announced the following candidates house.
Besides the sale of fancy work, iary members and their families. A
dy evening, November 14. Other dis­ received the nod of her nominating
tinguished guests were Lola Osburn committee. Mrs. Harold Pound was home made candy, aprons and other check of $5 for stamps, playing cards
TUESDAY and WEDNESDAY
of Portland, warden of the Rebekah chosen as the presidential nominee; articles, bingo, cake walks and cards and sundries for disabled veterans (
There
are
many
people
who
buy
STEWART GRANGER
Assembly; Helen Davis of Seaside, Mrs. Curtis Cline, vice president; and will afford amusement for those at­ was authorized.
and cat the brains of various ani­
Mrs. Mabel Bruder, chairman of
and
junior past president; Christina Mrs. James Rose, secretary-treasurer. tending. A film will also be shown
mals. believing that in this way
Christmas gifts for hospitalized vet- *
Smith, past president of Lebanon;
WALTER PIGEON in
Mrs. Dolezal in revealing the line­ if one can be obtained. Prizes will erans, urged that every auxiliary ; they strengthen their own brain
and Laura Wood, secretary of the up of candidates commented, “Any be awarded to the most beautiful and
cells. Dr. Donald Laird says of
Kipling's
this: ''It will not improve your
ladies auxiliary, These were guests Garden club member may make nomi­ tasty cake baked. Cakes will be member bring in her gift before Dec.
present from Portland, Salem, Sea- nations from the floor when officers given as prizes in the cake walks. 1, since gifts must be mailed by that I brains one vs hit, and the idea may
According to plans there will be plenty date. Any person interested in do- I ruin your appetite for awhile.''
side, Astoria, Lebanon, Hood River are elected, November 29.”
of free entertainment and a good time nating a Christmas gift for disabled j 1 Ins reminds the Debunker of the ■ I
and Stayton.
The November meeting will be held
veterans and their families, may leave ■ Leopard Society men he once met
The regular routine of lodge busi- at the Herbert Schroeder home. Mrs. assured everyone. Refreshments will their gifts at Muir’s bakery or at
THURSDAY
in West Africa who ate the hearts
be
on
sale
during
the
evening.
ness was carried out with Blanche George Steffy and Mrs. George Veteto
ol
their*
slain
victims,
believing
the
Bruder
home.
Reports of the play, sponsored by i
JOHN L1TEL and
Wagner, acting noble grand, due to will serve as co-hostesses. “Fall Care
that this would make them
Last year Mill City Legion auxi­
the illness of Mildred Carr, noble of the Garden” will be discussed by the club, "Love Rides the Rails”, to liary sent 8100 in gifts to the Christ- I
ANN SHERIDAN
strong-hearted" as a result.
be presented at the Mill City theatre, |
grand. A short program followed the Mrs. Iris Rose.
in
December 6, were made, j Àll profit mas ffift Jshop . - “It is a wonderful I
good of the order time with a read­
...:n be project and we hope to receive many
from the bazaar and the play will
ing by Laura Neal: a short skit, “Our
added to the building fund for the gifts this year,” Mrs. Bruder stated. ,
Brave Three Links Sisters, read by
There will be no auxiliary meeting |
completion of the Gates community
Jean Roberts, with sisters Roberta
in December, but December 16 is being
house.
A
vote
authorizing
the
com­
Longnecker, Helen Anderson, Gert­
pletion and rental of the club room set aside as a date for the big Legion
rude Weidman, Alta Bodeker and
and Auxiliary Christmas party.
The Deanha Parent Teachers asso­
in th* community house was taken.
Garnet Bassett. The president gave
FRIDAY and SATURDAY
ciation met in the grade school build­
Refreshments were served by the
a very interesting and helpful talk,
Special
speaker
at
the
First
Chris
­
ing
on
last
Thursday
evening
with
hostesses,
Mrs.
Don
Miley,
Mrs,
Lin
­
followed by remarks from various
RONALD REAGAN and
Mrs. Alfred Cokenour presiding. The
visitors. Under the direction of tian church this coming Sunday eve­ coln Henness and Mrs. Albert Millsap
RHONDA FLEMING in
ning
at
the
7:30
p.m.
service
will
be
meeting
was
opened
with
group
sing
­
at the close of the meeting. During
Helen Anderson, drill captain, a very
Mrs.
Elmer
Boyer,
a
missionary
to
ing
led
by
Russell
Hoyt.
A
discus
­
the supper hour reports of the dele­
pretty drill was put on. At the
Belgian Congo, Africa, for more than
sion of room prizes led to the motion
close of the meeting pumpkin pie. 30 years. Mrs. Boyer is now home on gates to the meeting of the Marion
Hostess Mrs. Edna McCreary that a prize of $2.00 would be given
In Technicolor
County
Federation
of
Women
’
s
clubs,
out the holiday spirit when to the room having the most parents
donuts and coffee were served, with furlough.
held in Salem were given. Delegates carried
Kids
Club Saturday
The African missionary will show­ present were Mrs. Floyd Völkel and she served her delicious clam chowder present at the meeting. The budget
the tables beautifully decorated carry
Matinee 2:00 P.M.
to
the
Lucky
Twelve
players,
Tuesday
as
presented
by
the
budget
chairman,
movies
taken
on
the
African
mission
ing out the Thanksgiving motif.
Mrs. Millsap.
afternoon.
— Also —
Mrs. Edna Gordon, was discussed and
field; and will remain in Mill City
Members present were Mrs. A. T.
Luck was still with Mrs. Inez Teal accepted. There being no further
for Monday evening. Monday- night
MUIR
’
S
"Cake of the Week”
Barnhardt,
Mrs.
George
Clise,
Mrs.
when she again claimed the first business the president introduced Miss
she will show- the pictures and speak
Birthday Cake for:
Kazi Inuzuko, program chairman, who
to a combined meeting of the Junior Velma Carey, Mrs. Norman Garrison, prize for high score.
Mrs. W. R. Mutcheson, Mrs. W. S.
The traveling pinochle prize was presented each member a program
Teen's and the Youth Fellowship.
Gary Bevier, Kenny Hanson
For quick comforting help for Backache,
Hudson, Mrs, Glen Hearing, Mrs. awarded Mrs. Doreen Fowler when copy for the year.
Rheumatic Pains, Getting Up Nights, strong
A
covered
dish
luncheon
will
be
and Lee McNealy
cloudy urine, irritating passages, Leg Pains,
Clarence
Johnson,
Mrs.
Laura
Joaquin,
she held the last pinochle of the after­
held by the Christian Woman’s Fel­
Stanley Whipple and Mrs. Al War-
circles under eyes, and swollen ankles, due
Mrs.
Robert
Levon,
Mrs.
Kay
Mc
­
to non-organic and non-systemic Kidney and
noon.
lowship at the church parsonage, Mon­
by gave short talks on the topic
Doors open at 7:20 P.M.
Bladder troubles, try Cystex. Quick, complete
Mrs. Violet Keen, at one time, re­ "What is a free world?” Those in
day at 12:30 p.m. This meeting will Carty, Mrs. Gwen Schaer, Mrs. Floyd
Complete show can be seen any
satisfaction or money back guaranteed. Ask
ceived 800 kings in the play, but sur­ attendance were then divided into
time up to 8:30
your druggist for Cystex today.
make it possible for the women to Völkel and the hostesses.
prizing enough came out with low three discussion groups in which they
meet Mrs. Boyer informally.
score.
The public is invited to the Sunday
discussed the lesson topic "Preparing
the child for a free world”. Each
night service; and the offering taken
will go to the C.W.F. for missionary
group selected its own discussion Clyde Storey assisted by the second
purpose,«.
e
leader. Returning to the meeting grade teacher, Mrs. Russell Hoyt.
Rubber Boot
♦
room each leader gave a short talk
♦
Third Grade
bringing out the points which her
Work
groun had discussed and stressed.
Naomi Collis is back in school.
♦
The North Santiam Willing Work­
Following the discussion groups,
She was gone quite awhile.
—Sylvia Peterson ers club met at the home of Roselle a general health movie was presented.
:
By ALICE FRYER
Vickers last week on Wednesday
Refreshments were served in the
Fifth Grade
Class pictures have been posted on
afternoon, In the absence of both cafeteria by the second grade room
David Jones is absent with chicken president and vice president, Edna mothers, Mrs. Betty Dean, Mrs. Bill
the bulletin board in the hall at De­
troit high school. All of the pictures pox. Shereen Muir and Charles Emery Gordon presided.
Phillips, Mrs. Ray Sophy and Mrs.
BEFORE BUYING SHOES
turned out exceptionally good and are absent, too. We have a new boy
Following the business meeting, the
in
our
room.
His
name
is
James
SEE THE MASON LINE
these pictures are for sale to any of
women spent the afternoon cutting
Kelly. We have exactly nine girls woolen quilt pieces from which they reported in a recent Collier magazine.
the students wishing to buy them.
Refreshments were served by the
and eleven boys in our room now.
will make quilts fop- the Korean
The sophomore class has increased
—Marc Boothby orphans, having in mind especially hostess to Mrs. George Barney, Mrs.
its number to 12 now. Wanda Wat-
Bowers, Mrs Pearl Giebler, Mrs. Otis
Sixth Grade
those on the “Little Orphan Island”, White, Mrs. Chester Boyle, Mrs. Edna
kins formerly lived at Port Orford,
The
sixth
grade
has
beautified
their
under
the
direction
of
Lt.
Blaisdell
as
Washington, before her family moved
Gordon and Betty Pittam.
CHARLES UMPHRESS. Prop.
to this community. The students of windows by placing window plants in
The pupils are planning to highest score so far is Linda Dyhr-
Open 7 A.M. to 7 P.M.
Detroit high school welcome Wanda them.
and her family and hope they like enjoy Thanksgiving with various man.—Ray Steiner.
friends and relatives. Margaret Pal­
their new home.
Mrs. Rogers' room won the “most
mer has returned to school after an
St. Catherine’s Altar Society
parents
contest” and got to choose a I
illness. The grade is enjoying the
record.
There
were
45%
of
the
par
­
story of Foley Tyler by J. Otis.
David Golden presented the class with ents present for this room. The whole
Gates Woman’s Club
a mascot, which was an aquarium of school gets- out, Thursday and Fri­
day for Thanksgiving holiday. Mrs.
small fish.
Mr. Loucks is our teacher.
Our Rogers is reading the sixth grade the
studies are arithmetic, spelling, sci­ story of Robinson Cruso.
Robert Ditter was absent Tuesday
ence, democracy, language, geography
ENTER THE CAKE BAKING CONTEST —
and singing. Boys have gym at 11:15 with a cold.
Alvin Ray and Anthony Beery were
on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays.
Open to Men, Women and Teen-agers, too!
Girls have gym at 11:15 on Tuesdays absent Wednesday, Nov. 21.
—Michael Peterson
and Thursdays and on Fridays with
Seventh Grade
the boys. We like to have gym. We
Mr. Thorpe was sick Tuesday, and
like our studies too. Our room mother
is Mrs. R. A. Steiner and her assist­ stayed home, Mr. Todd substituted
8 P.M.
ant is Mrs. A. E. Haun. On Hallo- for him.
There was a Boy Scout meeting,
wen they gave both sixth grades a
GATES HIGH SCHOOL BASEMENT
We worked on tying
surprise party. We had cool-aid and Wednesday,
East Mill City on Highway
cake. There are twenty-one children knots and folding flags, then we
Fun For Everybody of All Ages”
in our room. There are eight girls played games.—Gregory Peterson.
Basketball jamboree—Detroit, Stay­
and thirteen boys. The new children
of our room are Phyllis Smith and ton, Gates, St. Mary’s, Sublimity and
Barbara McGinnis. We have a 4-H Mill City. They went according to
health club in our room, too. Every north and south teams. The north
Monday morning we have a check-up teams were Detroit, Gates, Mill City;
on 10 things and we have a sepre card the south teams were St. Mary's, Stay­
to keep our score on whoever has the ton and Sublimity. The south teams I
best score. The person who has the won. They played nine games. After
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the jamboree they had a try-out for
the yell leaders. The St. Mary’s yell
leaders got first and Mill City and
Stayton yell leaders tied for second.
Mill City will have a game with St. |
Mary's, Tuesday, November 27. Also
for Mill City, we have some song
leaders. They are very happy with
1936 to 46
their position. They are Sherry Han-
sen, Norma Downer. Penny Gould and
IGNITION and CARBURETION
Jackie Bickett.
Sue Johnston, who once lived here
VOLTAGE REGULATORS
in 1947 and now lives in Taft, visited
GENERATOR REPAIRS
the grade school today in the seventh
grade. She saw a lot of friends she
had not seen for a long time.
—Carolyn Andrews
Eighth tirade
The seventh and eighth grades went
to the jamboree. In yell leading St.
Mary’s won the trophy; Mill City and
Phone 2103
Mill City
IT IS NO LONGER NECESSARY TO
Stayton tied for second; Detroit, third;
Next to Mar Dean Cafe
BUY FOREIGN BRANDS
Gates and Sublimity, last.
—Diane Peterson
Faith Rebekah Lodge Garden Club Picks
Entertains President 1952 Nominees
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Sealed Cargo
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Soldiers Three
Deanha PTA Met
Last Thursday
Missionary to Africa
Makes Mill City Stop
Mrs. Edna McCreary
Hostess for Lucky Twelve
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B ackache
The Last Outpost
3F/ZZ City (ridde School
NEWS
Rosella Vickers Hos's
!
Full Soles and
Heels
Alcatraz
Island
Willing Workers Club
DE-HÎ News
Chuck s Shoe Shop
FOOD & APRON
ANNUAL BAZAAR
SALE
Sat., Dec. I - 10 a.m.
Friday, Nov. 30, 1951
Stiffler's Radio & Appliance Co.
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