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-,-THK MILL CITY ENTERPRISE
January 3, 1952
Lynn White Celebrates
OPS Conducts Its
By MRS. OPAL WHITE
Lynn White from Santa Ana, Calif.,
George Renner wishes to
who has been visiting with her grand
SI XI) \Y and MONDAY
Q A friend of mine wants to sell
parents in Detroit was honored at a me his 1947 car, but says he is not thank the Idanha and Mongold fire
JEANNB ( RAIN and
birthday party for her fourth birth under price ceiling: s. Is this true?— departments as well as local firemen,
neighbors and friends who assisted
day on December 27th., at the Otis | M. B. Portland
White home in Detroit.
A. Your friend is wrong. He must in extinguishing the flames which
Mothers were invited with the I sell his car to you at, or below, the broke out in the utility rest rooms
children and games were enjoyed by I specific ceiling price for the make, and storeroom in connection with the
Miss Martha F. Allen, national I The Bohemian hall on the outskirts the little folks, visiting by the . model, line or series. To avoid dis- Renner cabins at Detroit. The origin
director of Camp Fire Girls, Inc.,' of Mill City rang with the laughter mothers. Refreshments were served i pute, we suggest that you get the of the fire was not determined but was
will arrive in Salem on Thursday, and good time of a New' Year’s party ! to the following little folks; Sherry | actual price on the car from your discovered in the mid morning on
January 10, for her first visit to the for the friends of Lynn Brown, Diane ; and Patty Pittam, Janie, Jimmie and ' District OPS office, Lincoln Building, Jan. 1st. The building was prac
VS illamette Area Council, according and Gregory Peterson last Saturday- Donald Boyle, David and Kathleen I Portland 4.
Tl ESP1Y and M EDNESD VY
Mr. and M rs. Chester Boyle and
Q I heard something on the radio
to Miss Enid Wolcott, executive of evening. The teenagers were chaper White, Peggy, Bobby and Patrick
Camp Fire Girls. During her short i oned by Mrs. Ernest Brown, Mrr Jane j Moor«', Susie Rynearson, Curtis and about an OPS “enforcement survey” family, Janie, Jimmie and Donald,
PAUL I4OUGL VS and
stay in the Willamette Area several Culp, and Mr. and Mrs. Don Peterson. Lynn White. Other guests present of service trades. What is it? K. left on Sunday. Dec. 23, for Seattle,
functions are scheduled by the Camp | A record player gave out with its | were Mrs. Jerry Pittam and son M. Salem
A. All retail service establishments, Boyle’s parents the Lloyd Fletchers,
Fire Girls Council members in Ben customary blast of music, which pro David, Mrs. Stanley White, Mrs. Alice
ton, Marion and Polk County districts. vided the wherewithal for a hodge- j
hostesses were Mrs. Mildred and Mrs. laundries and dry cleaners are re Guests at the Boyle residence over
Marion County leaders, board mem-
of dancing. After an appetite | Otis White.
quired to post their ceiling prices the holidays were the Charles Dalton
bers and other friends of Camp Fire podge
had been developed, a large punch
where customers can see them. The family from Corvallis, brother of
will have an opportunity to meet Miss bowl
was filled and large quantities of
Allen and talk with her at an in sandwiches and sweets were dis cake with little animals (glass) look OPS enforcement survey is a nation Mrs. Boyle who spent the week end
formal coffee hour to be held at the pensed. Following the disposal of the ing from each side and on each of the wide check to see that this is being 29-31. Wayne Cheney from Salem
THURSDAY. FRIDAY and
First Methodist church in Salem refreshments by those present, more four corners a tiny reindeer candle. done; and that the posted ceiling was also a three day visitor with the
prices are the correct ones for the Bolyes. The men hunted bob cats
dancing was the order of affairs, plus
were placed at each place. Refresh
JON HALL and
Mrs. S. M. Zeller of Corvallis, the traditional games.
Q. How do savings stop inflation? one coon.
ments of ice cream, cake and chocolate
chairman of Camp Fire Girls Region
The hall was decorated with attrac-, miIk were served
—C. E. P. Vancouver, Washington
VI comprising Idaho, Montana, Ore tive streamers and vari-colored bal
A. The money you save keeps that Carrie Clester were her son and
gon and Washington, members of the loons. Those who were present and
Area Board and Miss Wolcott will ended the Brown-Peterson hosted by Umphress, Bob Drew, and Mr. and much money from competing for family. Mr. and Mrs. Art Clester, and
■nte. tain Miss Allen at luncheon on New Year’s party with a bang by Mrs. Joe Valic and children attended
I Soyas all from Roseburg. They ar
bursting balloons were: Donald Lem a watchnight service of the Assembly simply defined as “too much money rived on Sunday and left on the 26th
— I*lus —
Thursday afternoon the Benton ( ke, Truman Jones, Zeita Crosier, of God church in Stayton New Year’s chasing too few goods.” Your per of December. Prior to their visit for
MICKEY ROONEY and
County Camp Fire council and other I Carolyn Andrews, Bob Russell, La Eve.
sonal savings not only guarantee your the Christmas holidays were Mr, and
friends will meet and talk with Miss verne Whaley, oaruara
Podrabsky, ! | Dave Reid spent the New Year holi- security but are a direct aid in the Mrs. Elmer Howland and family from
Allen at an informal tea in the Union Michael O’Leary, Karen Andreassen,1 day in Pasadena, Calif., where he took fight against inflation.
Santa Andreas. California, who spent
Building at Oregon State College in Bob Stettner, Eddie Gregory, Phyllis >n the Rose Bowl game and parade.
Friday and Saturday visiting with
Provost, Maurie Bassett, Dick Crook,
Mr. and Mrs. A. N. Robinson were
Mrs. Carrie Clester and the Lee How-
Highlight of Miss Martha Allen’s Rose Fleming, Rosalie Bassett, Kenny _ hosts at a family dinner Christmas
They left Saturday j eve
Kids Club Saturday
Rnv day. Present were Mr. and Mrs. Al-
visit w-ill be the annual dinner meet- Andrews.
nin for Molalla where thev
Andrews, Sharon Gibson,
Matinee 2:00 P.M.
ing of the Willamette Area coun- Norma Downer, and Richard Jennings, bert Toman, Mr. and Mrs. James Rose
with Mrs. Howland’s parents over
cil to be held in the Chamber of
■ and daughters, the hosts and their two
Shirley Temple in
Commerce hall in Dallas the evening
‘‘Poor Little Rich Girl”
Wallace Gibson, grandson of Mr.
of January 10, at which time Miss
John Mitchell, Leon McCall, and and Mrs. Perry Wiggins was with his
Bob Veness and daughter Carol were
— Also —
Allen will be the guest speaker. Miss
forced to cancel a New Year’s holiday John Cutsworth were absent Wednes friend a visitor with the Wiggins this
“Cake of the Week”
Allen has been associated with Camp
to Los Angeles, because of injuries day from school.
week. He was enroute to Bend for a
Fire Girls, Inc., since 1941 when she
Mr. and Mrs. Lester Brown and
became assistant national director. family visited in Greenberry last Sun ning when he was hit by a snowball.
Freddie Butler, Earlene Nelson,
—Tonv Boothby l Mr. and Mrs. T. Sorseth who have
Her wide experience in administra day with relatives.
Phyllis Pate. Marie Sullivan,
Bob received medical attention Mon
been located with the U. S. Forest
tion, education and community rela
and Mary Gay Remine
Due to present weather conditions day instead and now is wearing a Carl Mason were visitors at the Ice ' Service at Detroit ranger station
tions has aided her in making the Paul Armstrong school of dancing is bandage over his right eye for a few Cycles in Portland, Sunday evening. have been transferred to West Fir.
Doors open at 7:20 P.M.
organization one of (he nationally- halting classes until after the snow days. He had planned to visit his
Nelson “Chubby” I.anphear of The Sorseths left on December 28, for
Complete show can be seen any
recognized youth agencies in the season, according to word sent out sister and return Saturday with his
time up to 8:30
country. Miss Allen has been na to members of the classes this week. mother. Mrs. Jesse Veness of Port Stanfield spent Monday here on busi ber sales manager there
tional director since her appointment
Miss Jean Alene Oliver, the oldest
Mrs. Ed Morrison, at the Detroit
Robert Orr returned from a holiday
in April 1943.
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Oli daughter.
vacation to Mississippi where he had ranger station returned home on the
A native of Cherokee, Alabama. ver, was married to Gilbert Lee Smith
The Jim O’Leary family attended
Miss Allen graduated from Missis- at Petersburg, Va., December 10, 1951. the Ice Cycles in Portland Sunday been visiting relatives, He reported day before Christmas' with her new
running into every kind of weather daughter, Christine.
sippi State College for Women, They are living at Glen Lyn, Va.
Mr. and Mrs. Dan McCormick who
on his trip.
Columbus, Mississippi, and received
At home at the Clyde Oliver’s for! Mr. and _ Mrs.
F. E. Wilson
Sr., , of
Robert C. Morris spent the weekend have been gone since about November
a master of arts degree from Colum the Christmas and New Year holidays Portland were week end guests of
bia University, New York. Prior to were Mr and Mrs. Rob Oliver and their son. Ford Wilson Jr. and family. in Eugene shopping and visiting 1, returned to Detroit on last Friday.
The McCormicks have been in West
association with Camp Fire Girls, Sheryl of Ga^es, Wm. Oliver and
Mr. and Mrs. Russell Kelly were
The Northern Lumber company Point, California, caring for Mr. Mc-
Miss Allen was connected with the waTivon
Clark of VUIvatGB,
Corvallis, r Pfc.
E. visitors at their beach home at Roads office has been moved into the Mill Cormick's father who passed away
Metropolitan Housing Authority in ’Keith Oliver of Fort Lewis, Wash., Inn, over the holidays.
Citv Appliance store were Bob Oliver on December 18, there.
Cincinnati, Ohio. She also has served Jack and Donalee Oliver.
The Lowell Stiffler and George will be in charge of both during the
Mr. Earl Waters, father of Mrs.
with the United States Department of
The Lloyd Wells family are driving Veteto families spent New Year’s day winter months, The Northern Lum- Ray Sophy left on Sunday the 23, for
Agriculture’s Resettlement Adminis a new car these days.
in Canby at the Frank Bell home. ber company is located in Gates and Bremerton, Wash., where he spent Tax Consultant
tration and Farm Security Adminis
Miss Mildred Toman of Portland is Mrs. Bell is a sister of Mrs. Veteto. is operated by Shields Remine.
tration in the Green belt, Maryland, visiting at her parents home over the
Lanny Erickson spent the holidays
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Haney of Cas- He will return on Thursday, Jan. 4,
housing projects, and at one time she holidays.
with his parents in Longview, Wash. cadia spent several days here during and resume work at the Detroit mar
was associated with the Board of Pub
Holiday guests at the Charles Dole- He is making his home with the W. J.
ket, where he has been employed at PUBLIC ACCOUNTANT
lic Welfare in Washington D.C. zal home were Mr. and Mrs. Bob Met Timm family while attending Mill the holidays.
Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Brown and the meat counter.
Bookkeeping, Accounting and
Miss Allen taught at Mcjomb, Missis calf of Milwaukie. Mr. and Mrs. j City high school.
Guests at the Red Rynearson home
daughter Lynn, accompanied by Diane
sippi, high school and at All Saints Robert Dolezal of Salem, Mrs. Elsie
RALEIGH HAROLD, Florist, open
from out of town over the holidays
college, Vicksburg. Mississippi where Obergaard of Salem, and Harold Sundays and evenings, flowers tele Peterson, spent Monday in Lebanon, were Zeda's brother and family the
Comer 3rd 4 Marion
visiting with Mrs. Brown’s nephew
she also acted as faculty advisor to Nauman of Eugene.
graphed anywhere. Funeral sprays, and family.
Alvin McNamees from Oswego, and
the student council.
Mrs. Albert Toman and Mrs. Bob planters, pot plants, corsages, wed
Pvt Lawrence Poole, returned Mon Red’s mother, Mrs. Mildred Agee,
Miss Allen is a member of: Ameri Wingo entertained members of Mill dings, also shrubs and landscaping.
P.O. Box I32l
day to Camp Roberts. Calif., after from Portland. Local folk who en-
can Association of Social Workers: Citv Garden
club at the Toman 319 W. Washington, Stayton. Phone spending a furlough with his parents, joyed Christmas dinner with the Ry-
Executive Committee of the National home on Dec. 20. Members present 3684.
42tf Mr. and Mrs. James Poole.
nearsons were Mr. and Mrs. Joe Leis
Sooial Welfare Assembly; Board of made and exchanged Christmas cor
Jim Cooke, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Pfc. Floyd Blackburn, formerly of
Directors, National Publicity Council; sages after they had been judged and
The Earl Parkers had as dinner
Committee on Better Organization of first nrize awarded Mrs. Chas. Dole- Gates has arrived in Japan on his way Ed Cooke left for Los Angeles, after guests on Christmas day the Howard
the holidays here. He is a
Support for Social Welfare (Commun rsl_ second to Mrs. James S wmi . to Korea, the Wm. Timm family re spending
Don't let coughing, wheezing, recurring at
Baldwins and Ray Hiatt, Hazel’s
ity Chests and Councils o.’ America Gifts were presented to the 1951 ported today when they received a student at University of Southern brother. New Year’s Eve guests at tack! of Bronchial Asthma ruin Bleep and
energy without trying MENDACO. which
and National Social Welfare Assem officers at this last meeting of the
works thru the blood to reach bronchial
Ramon Peterson, student at Oregon the Parker home were Mr. and Mrs. tubes
George Dickey, now in the Memorial
lungs. Usually helps nature quickly
bly); National Budget Committee and vear. Mrs. Harold Pound, president,
Nolan Rasnick, Mr. and Mrs. Ray remove and thick,
sticky mucus. Thus alleviates
the National Quota Committee (spon announced the following committee
coughing and aids freer breathing and better
Oet MENDACO from druggist. Satis
sored by Community Chests and chairman for next year: program, injuries received in a logging accident the holidays with his parents, Mr. The evening was spent at canasta. sleep.
faction or money back guaranteed.
Councils of America and National Mrs. Arthur Le Cours; vear-book. before Christmas has sent word that and Mrs. Walter Peterson.
Refreshments were served.
Social Welfare Assembly).
Mrs. A. N, Robinson; budget. Mrs?
Dinner tickets (reservations) may James Swan; publicity, Mrs. George tal
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Pound Jr., were
be obtained at the Camp Fire Office, Veteto: flower show. Mrs. Chas.
guests of their parents. The
147 N. Commercial St., Salem, tele Dolezal and food sales, Mrs. W. R.
group was joined by Mr. and Mrs.
Ford Wilson and daughter Jeanne
Meetings will continue to be held for the Christmas tree and dinner.
Quality Job Printing at
on the fourth Thursday each month
The Clarence Estensons of Seattle,
The Mill City Enterprise
■ and any interested gardeners are wel formerly of Mill City spent the New
Year holiday visiting friends here.
The Christian Woman's Fellowship Miss Mary Jo Wolverton of Vashon,
will meet Wednesday, Jan. 9. at the Wash., accompanied the Estensons
WE ARE PLEASED
Christian church parsonage with Mrs. home as far as Tacoma. Miss Wol-
Helen Jull in charge of the program. verton had been visiting here over the
TO SERVE YOU!
M’lton Roten of Mehama had a holidays.
We hope you are pleased
portion of one finger amputated at
Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Agee spent the
with oor service.
Salem la«t week. He had injured it holiday vacation with his parents in
some weeks ago.
They were accompanied
Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Jessup of Cot- i by their daughters, Joellen and Peggy
tage Grove were over night guests of Ailene.
; his brother-in-law and sister. Mr. and
Mr. and Mrs. Byron Edmondson of
j Mrs. H. D. Pound on Tuesday.
Portland were weekend visitors at
Mr. and Mrs. Victor Galbraith. Mr. 1 the W. R. Olmstead home.
and Mrs. Lloyd Wells, Rev. Wm. Turn-
Miss Pauline Mason of Sweet Home
I hull and daughter. Marjorie and Shel- spent the weekend in Mill City calling
i on friends and relatives.
Mr. and Mr«. Robert Schroeder of
Crescent City visited Mill City friend-
and relatives over the holidays.
Mr. and Mrs'. Frank Blazek and
:: ¡daughter, Carol, were holiday visitors
in Drain. Ore., at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. Roger Harris and Mr. and Mrs.
NEW EQUIPMENT IS NOW INSTALLED
Rev. J. S. Watkins is closing re
FAST and BETTER SERVICE
vival meetings being conducted at
the Community church in Mill City
this weekend according to Rev. W. W.
For 9 Pounds
Watkins, pastor of the church.
p IMP u \sil
Mr. and Mrs. Lester Mason and
WASHED and DRIED
National Camp Fire Brown-Peterson Fete
Girls Director Visits For Teenager Friends
Take Care of
My Little Girl
Angels in the
Ml// City Crctf € Sctioof 'ant*
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Mom s and Pop s
Damp Wash & Drying
Always in Stock at the
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