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About The Mill City enterprise. (Mill City, Or.) 1949-1998 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 10, 1952)
5—THE MILL CITY ENTERPRISE
January 10. 19521
Eastern Star Holds
The annual installation of Marilyn
Chapter No. 145 Order of the East
ern Star was held Monday evening at
the IOOF hall. Those installed were
Halle Toman, worthy matron; Wil
son Stevens, worthy patron; Laurell
Johnson, associate matron; George
Huffman, associate patron; Edith
Mason, secretary; Mary Tuers, treas
urer, Betty Tinney, conductress;
Stella Scott, associate conductress,
Gwendolyn Jones, chaplain; Lois
Scott, marshall; Edna Ross, organist;
Fern Shuey, Adah; Anne Hirte, Ruth;
Mabel Parker, Esther; Clara Morris,
Martha; Betty Shaw, Electa; Mary
Kelly, warder; and Oswald Hirte, sen
Installing grand patron was Rex
Hartley, installing grand marshall
was Esther Hartley, installing grand
chaplain, Mildred Allen and installing
grand organist, Maxine Hill.
A floral degree was given the new
worthy matron by her new officers
and a piano selection by Ardith Jones,
grand musician of the grand assembly
of the Rainbow for Girls was pre
The worthy matron received a gavel
from her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. R.
Stevens, and the junior past matron,
Lois Scott, and junior past patron,
Flovd Johnson were presented with
their pins and a gift from the 1951
Refreshments in the manner of a
smorgasbord were served under the
able direction of Anna Jenkins,
chairman of the refreshment com
Chime Ringers Will
Appegr Here Jan. 21
Engagement of Daughter
Three Links Club Make
Plan for Social Event
The Three Links club met Wednes
day evening and heard annuel report»
of officers. Committees for the year
were appointed, and plans for a card
party and pie social early in Febru
ary. The purpose of the social is to
raise funds to pay off the pledge for
the Santiam Memorial hospital, ac
cording to Mrs. Melbourne Rambo,
Mrs. Verne Thomas, Mr. and Mrs.
Marvin Dart, and Mrs. Floyd Fleet
wood were a committee which has
completed a job of painting the
kitchen of the hall. Thanks of the
club are extended to these good
Christian church. This team is well
known for their unusual and beauti
ful percussion music. Over a ton of
equipment will be used, and a special
truck-trailer is used to transport it.
The large Triple Octave Chimes create
a lot of interest because they are one
| of very few sets in existence today.
One hundred chimes played in unison
' when played by two people give the
Gates Lucky Twelve card club effect of a large organ and bells.
celebrated National Thrift Week, The Wallace’s have a beautiful set of
(that’s this week) by being practical Swiss Hand Bells imported from
about this business of pinochle and Europe recently. The Marimba and
prizes and all that.
Electric Vibraharp complete the list of
The hostess for the Thursday after percussion instruments. These musi
noon card session, Mrs. Inez Teal gave cians have appeared in more than two
useful and satisfying prizes and upped thousand cities for musical programs
the spirits of the Lucky Twelver in colleges, high schools and churches
during the past six years. Mrs.
Mrs. Joan Long was the surprised Wallace is well known for her Vibra
and lucky winner of the pinochle harp arrangements and will play four
prize; Mrs. Bertha Vanderhoff hit of the large instruments. Mr. Wall
the top brackets with high; and Mrs. ace, in addition to playing the Bells,
Rosella Haywood plunged for the Chimes and Organ, will bring a
! poetic and ScriDtural background to
the program. Miss I.aura Hamilton
Mrs. Bea Graunke tasted the hospi ! of the Sherwood Conservatory of
tality of the Gates Lucky Twelve Music. Chicago, is the pianist and will
also play the other instruments.
Only the familiar hymns will be
Mr. and Mrs. Forrest Baker visited
Mrs. Gertrude Mason of Hainsby is
played, The public is cordially
visiting friends and relatives in Mill in Astoria. New Year’s day, with Mrs. vited to attend. Although no set
City this week.
mission price is asked, a free
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Mr. and Mrs. Hoodinpile and family
of Creswell were Fox Valley and
Lyons visitors the last of the year.
NEW EQUIPMENT IS NOW INSTALLED
They were former residents in this
FAST and BETTER SERVICE
Mrs. B. W. Knotts of Mill City was
a Lyons and Fox Valley business
For Q Pounds
caller Saturday morning.
DAMP W ASH
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Johnston enter
WASHED and DRIED
tained several guests for a dinner
I Monday evening. Those present in
cluded Mr. and Mrs. Mike Kelly of
n Salem, Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Nelson,
Mr. and Mrs. Victor Nelson and Mr.
and Mrs. Paul Scheiwek all of Fox
Lande, son of Mr. and Mrs.
« Jim Raegil
Lande, enlisted for navy training
Gates Lucky Twelve Notes
National Thrift Week
Damp Wash & Drying
Gates—Mr. and Mrs. Charles A.
Powelson of Stanfield, Ore., are an
nouncing the engagement of their
daughter, I.aVetta Rose to Mr. Ver
non Duane McFadden, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Vernon McFadden of Stayton.
No date has been set for the wedding.
Miss Powelson was a student of the
Mill City schools until her senior
year in high school, when the family
moved to Gates and she was grad
uated from the Gates high school.
She is now employed at Oregon State
college in Corvallis. Mr. .McFadden
also attended the Mill City high
school and is now a student at Oregon
One of the outstanding musical
events of the year will take place
Mon., Jan. 21, when the Wallace
Chime Ringers will present an eve-
ning of Sacred Music at the First
Gates Auto Laundry
AVOID DANGERS OF PAYING BY CASH!
Mill City Toastmistress club got the
nod for full speed ahead and good
wishes in a recent speech given by
Myra Widenius, International Toast
mistress club secretary of Albany, in
Mill City, December 13.
For the 18 charter members of the
Mill City group the date February
14 will be a time well remembered.
February 14 is “charter night” for the
local group. The Albany chapter of
the toastmistress club wiii sponsor the
Mill City chanter during appropriate
ceremonies in Albany,
The 18 charter members listed on
the -shiny new charter will be
Lorraine Caughey, Ruby Crosier, Jean
Donaldson, Vera Hathaway, Edna
Hutcheson, Gwen Jones, Pat Wingo,
Mildred Stewart, Edna Ross, Elsie
Potter, Tvler Pinkston, Louise Palmer.
Irene O’Leary, Vivian Kelly, June
Miley, City Savage, Zella Hautala,
and Sue Mikkelsen.
The Salem unit of the National
Federation of Women’s Republican
club will meet in the Salem Woman’s
club, 400 N. Cottage, at two o'clock,
Monday afternoon, January the four
Precinct committee women of Mill
City and of Marion County will be
Mrs. Zylpha Zell Burns of Portland,
former chief clerk of the Senate, will
be guest speaker. Her subject: “The
Dangers of Treaty Makings,” touch-
ing, particularly, on the Covenant of
All interested women are urged to
Tl ESI) \ Y and WEDNESDAY
J \MES STEM \RT and
M \Rl.ENE DIETRICH
THURSDAY. FRIDAY and
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DON \I.D CRISP
THE HOME TOWN
Kids Club Saturday
Matinee 2:00 P.M.
Red Ryder in
"Roll Thunder Roll” in Color
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The Marion County Health Council
Ml IR’S “Cake of the Week”
is a voluntary organization made up
Birthday Cake for:
of individuals who are interested in
Fleming, I>ean Glunz,
health needs and services. Any or
Laurence Hunt. Michael Douglas
ganization or person interested in the
Kelly and Diane Wilts«
health of Marion County people is
welcome and cordially invited to meet
Doors open at 7:20 P.M.
with the Health Council. Members
Complete show can be seen any
of the Council include persons who
time up to 8:30
are also members of the Marion
and was called to Salem Monday.
His father took him down to the re County Tuberculosis and Health Asso
cruiting office Monday a.m. Raegil ciation, the Marion County Health
graduated from the Stayton high Department, »*‘ie Farmers' Union
school June 1951. He had been work Health
ing in the woods until he joined the
Hospital Association, the Central
The Floyd Bassetts were Salem Labor Council, the Marion County
Parent-Teachers Association, the City
Salem, the Marion County Dental
Miss Sandra Knox visited relatives |
in Eugene between Christmas and Society, the Marion County Pharnia- anannaiannnnHKtHnHHKtHHnHHMHa
| cists, and some other interested per
James Lande was at Mill City and sons.
Elkhorn on business Monday after
Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Johnston. Mrs.
Floyd Bassett and Mrs. Jack Chris
tensen were in Mill Citv Monday
evening for a lodge official installa
Bookkeeping, Accounting and
Mrs. Paul Scheiwek and daughter
Corner 3rd & Marion
Pauline and son, David, went to Salem
Monday evening. Pauline and David .
SI \YTON. ORE
take music lessons in Salem every
P.O. Box 1321
Mr. and Mrs. De Ryke of Gardner,
BEFORE BUYING SHOES
Oregon, are visiting their daughter
SEE THE MASON LINE
and family, Mr. and Mrs. Joe From-
Rev. Ferris Dodd is beginning a
Don't let coughing, wheezing, recurring at
special revival meeting this week at
tacks of Bronchial Asthma ruin sleep and
the Santiam Chapel in Lyons.
energy without trying MENDACO, which
works thru the blooa to reach bronchial
Rev. and Mrs. Wells Gage and |
CHARLES UMPHRESS, Prop.
tubes and lungs. Usually helps nature quickly
remove thick, sticky mucus. Thus alleviates
■ family who have lived at the home
coughing and aids freer breathing and better
Open 7 A.M. to 7 P.M.
of his sister, have moved into their1
sleep. Oet MENDACO from drugcUt. Batlg*
faction or money back guaranteed.
j new garage house near the old Lyons
. school building.
W. N. SIMMONS
Full Soles and
Chuck's Shoe Shop
Speech Arts Ladies
Charter Speech Club
SUNDAY and MONDAY
in th>e Sky
Republican Women Will
Meet in Salem, Jan. 14
Miss Albert Toman Jr., who was
installed on January 7 as worthy
matron of Marilyn chapter. OES.
Her father Wilson Stevens, was in
stalled as worthy patron.
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