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About The Mill City enterprise. (Mill City, Or.) 1949-1998 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 24, 1952)
THE MILI. CITY ENTERPRISE
—uar'2t 1952 Pauline LaVerne Mason
Laura Rambo Celebrates
Lions Auxiliary Backs
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Mason of Sweet
Home are announcing the engagement
of their daughter. Miss Pauline La
Verne Mason to Pfc. Donald Israel
son of Mrs. Lettie Israel, of Clark
ston. Wash. Miss Mason attended the
Mill City schools until this fall when
she moved to Sweet Home with her
parents and where she is a senior
in the Sweet Home high school.
Pfc. Israel is stationed at Camp
Cooke, Calif., with the army. He
was employed at the Detroit dam
works until about a year ago. No
date has been set for the wedding.
Mrs. Melbourne Rambo entertained
Tuesday afternoon with a birthday
Santiam Lions Auxiliary gathered
party for her daughter Laura Jo on in the James O'Leary home Tuesday '
her fourth birthday. Entertainment 1 evening for their regular meeting.
for the afternoon was the showing of Mrs. Bill Stewart was initiated into
home movies to the group. After the membership in the auxiliary. The i
gifts were opened, refreshments of next pot-luck of the group will be .
Birthday cake, ice cream and punch February 4. The basket-social this
were served to Mrs. Lee Owens and Saturday for the March of Dimes was
Jane, Mrs. E. E. Wood, Carol and discussed
and given approval as
Gene, Mrs. Thomas Wood and Nancy, worthy of support.
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Dr. Mark Hammericksen is back in
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o nny, . rs- ■ • eilofsen, Rosemon(j Remine, Pat Wingo. Mabel his office again after enjoying a two-
week’s vacation in Utah with his
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and Skippy, Mrs. Charles Stewart p
Stiffler, Mrs. Bill Stewart, family visiting relatives. Dr. Ham
and Nancy and Mrs. Rambo, George . _...i Veness and hostess Irene mericksen maintains an optical office
and Laura Jo. Sending a gift but un O’Leary.
next to Jenkins hardware on Thurs
able to attend was Mrs. Clayton Balti
Officers of the auxiliary urged that
Mr. and Mrs. John A. Swan expect
the membership take part in the the arrival of their daughter, Mrs.
big box-lunch auction being held in A. H. Smeenk of Portland for a week
the Mill City I.O.O.F. hall, Saturday end visit.
night. Each member was reminded
Free Methodist Church
Mr .and Mrs. Elwyn Hill of Salem
that they could prepare a tasty and visited at the Clayton Baltimore home
pretty box-lunch for sale for the during the last weekend.
Holds Special Services
benefit of the polio drive.
Mr. and Mrs. Millard Stout of
Rev. R. T. Fine, Supt. of the Oregon j For the February 4 meeting, the
W’ash., and Mr. and Mrs.
Conference of the Free Methodist committee for refreshments ia com- Washougal,
W. C. Hill of Richreall were weekend
church will speak at the Mill City Free pOSC(i of members Mabel Hunter, visiters in the John A. Swan home the
Methodist church starting Friday eve- j Mabel Veteto, and Faith Veness, past weekend. The Stouts enjoyed a
ning Jan. 25, to Sunday.
visit to the Detroit dam
Services jvill be held Friday and I
Saturday beginning at 7:30 p.m. Rev. I
last Sunday afternoon south and
Fine wi in speak twice Sunday The Mrs. Edna McCreary Proves enced
east of Gates we are informed was
morning £ service begins at 11 a m. and
by the falling of a tree across
the evening service at 7:30 p.m.
| the nower lines, by a property owner
Rev. C. O. Tremain stated that “The
Let it not be forgot—Mrs. Edna along the service line.
public is cordially invited.”
RALEIGH HAROLD, Florist, open
McCreary likes the card game of
‘lays and evenings, flowers tele-
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and the'n graphed anywhere. . Funeral
first, holding a 1 1000 x aces
plants, corsages, wed
winning first prize. Yes,
the >-• Gates i nl'intorc
Lucky Twelve know how pinochle can dings, also shrubs and landscaping.
319 W. Washington, Stayton. Phone
Mrs. Joan Long produced a prize 3684.
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Layman and Mr.
starred pinochle also. Mrs. Millie
Wood sauntered home with low prize, and Mrs. Byron Davis spent Wednes
confident that it had been a full day. day and Thursday in Alsea, steelhead
Hostess Beit Vanderhoff charmed fishing at the Happy Landing. They
her guests with a Boston-cream pie report a wonderful trip to the coast.
Mrs. Clarence Golden of Detroit
spent Thursday of this week in Mill
Mrs. Mildred Allen entertained the
Bend of the River’ Booked Presbyterian
missionary society at her
Dr. Noble Streeter
Send th«» hme-honored menage
For Mill City Theatre
was guest speaker at this meeting.
on a Hallmark Valentine
See our complete selections for
Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Logan and
Oregon’s own movie—“Bend of the
the Hallmark Valentines that
: River”—will be shown at the Mill family have confined to their home
say |ust what you want to say,
City Theatre, Thursday, Friday and this past week with illness.
the way you want to say it.
T. J. Stocks has returned to Stan
Saturday, February 7, 8 and 9. Jim
my Stewart was starred in this movie field after vacationing here friends
which is now getting wide pubilicty the past week.
Coryeall “Jack” Lake leaves Friday
The “Bend of the River” was filmed for Ketchikan, Alaska, where he will
last summer at Mt. Hood and along work with his father, who is a con
“The Home of Halmark Cards”
I the Columbia River.
Wednesday tractor there, He expects to fly up
I Stewart and actress Julia Adams ob- there.
830 Court Street
Salem, Ore. served the steamboat race up the
Miss Donna Cooke, Mill City high
| Columbia River. “Bend of the River” school senior and daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Ed Cooke, was installed as worthy
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AVOID DANGERS OF PAYING BY CASH!
Loses Rev. Watkins
Rev. W. W. Watkins of the Mill City
Community church has resigned his
position as pastor to accept a pastor
ate at Orange, California. Reverend
Watkins, founder of the .-hurch and
its pastor for the past five years,
leaves, with regret, his host of friends
and the members of the congregation.
Rev. Lee Joiner will assume the
responsibilities of the local church
and carry on the good work here.
The Reverend Watkins will leave for
his new post following the farewell
sermon on the first Sunday in Feb.
He requests his friends and all of the
congregation to attend this farewell
service, as it is impossible for him
to contact everyone seperately.
SI ND \Y and MONO \Y
Tl ESDAY and WEDNESDAY
BOB HOPE and
DOROTHY LAMOl R
They Got Me
THl RSDAY, FRIDAY and
adviser of Rainbow for Girls of Acacia
chapter in Stayton last week. Miss
Cooke is the third Mill City girl to
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hold this office. Other Mill City
Al DIE MURPHY
girls installed were Miss Geraldine
Hamblin for the office of Faith and families are ready to welcome cum
Miss Patricia Davidson for the office paigping mothers and make contri
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butions to the fight against infantile
of inner confidential observer.
Mrs. Clarence Mason has been con paralysis”, Mrs. Young said. The
fined to her home with the flu the theme of the 1952 Mothers’ March,
“Let Your Light So Shine”, is part
Presbyterian church congregation of a Biblical quotation.
and friends held a covered dish sup
per in the church recreation rooms
Kids Club Saturday
Wednesday night, January 23, at 6:30 Three Canyon Youths
Matinee 2:00 P.M.
o’clock. The supper in the form of a
Roy Rogers and Dale Evans
“get acquainted" meet honoring Rev. Answer Induction Call
in “Down Dakota Way”
Noble Streeter who spoke at the
Among the 17 young men from I
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church the previous Sunday. Follow Marion county who boarded the bus
ing the supper a meeting ofthe offi for Portland for induction into the
Ml IRS “Cake of the Week”
cers of the church the monthly meet armed services last Tuesday morning
Birthday Cake for:
ing of the Friendship class at the were three from the Santiam canyon.
Evonna Bair Joyce Bates,
home of Mrs. D. B. Hill was held.
Answering the roll call Tuesday
Donald Dell. Larry Moberg.
The Legion Auxiliary is holding a morning in Salem were Kenneth B.
Ramona Wolfe, Rodney Goble
food sale at the Mill City Market next Graves of Mill City, Huber R. Ray.
Monday, Jan. 28. Proceeds will Ro to Idanha, and Vaughn R. Hunt, Lyons.
help purchase equipment for the
COMINt; Feb. 7-8-9
kitchen of the Legion hall.
Kenneth Harris is confineif to his
BENI) OF THE
home suffering with an attack of the
A DAUGHTER —To Mr. and Mrs. |
Ben McCreary of the Gates trailer Clarence Pietrok, Stayton, Jan. 20, at
Doors open at 7:20 P.M.
court is home this week suffering Salem Memorial hospital.
Complete show can be seen any
from a broken rib he sustained last
A DAUGHTER —To Mr. and Mrs.
time up to 8:30
Thursday when he fell 10 feet over a Lloyd Nelson, Mill City, Jan. 21 at
guard rail while working at the De Salem Memorial hospital.
troit dam site.
A DAUGHTER —To Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Kelly and Mr. Willis Stewart. Mill City, Jan. 23, at
and Mrs. Shields Remine were Salem Memorial hospital.
chaperones a* the Canyon Teen-age
A SON—To Mr. and Mrs. Donnell
club Saturday night. A very good Donaldson, Mill City, Jan. 24. at
crowd was in attendance. Election of Salem General hospital.
oficers will be held next Eaturday
night, hope is expressed that every view of things to come in the appli
one turns out. so that the teen-age ance field, followed by a banquet at
basket social planned will be a big the Benson hotel.
success, Proceeds of the social will
Mrs. Wallace Henderson is visit 0DnaQHnnnBínnnstHHHHia.«(HHHHnn
go to the March of Dimes and a ing in Redmond at the home of her
prize will be awarded for the best daughter and family, Mr. and Mrs. Tax Consultant
Frank Nicholson. The Nicholsons are
Mr. and Mrs. John Pegg, formerly parents of a new baby daughter, born
of Seaside and now residing tempor- last week, they are former residents
arily in Albany, were house guests of here.
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Chase over the
Mr. and Mrs. Bob Johnston en PUBLIC ACCOUNTANT
Bookkeeping, Accounting and
tertained his brother Walter, during
The Lions Auxiliary met at the the past week. He is from Montana.
home of Mrs. Jim O’Leary last Mon
3rd 4 Marion
day evening for their regular monthly
meeting. Lunch was enjoyed fol
lowing the meeting served by the
WE ARE PLEASED
P.O. Box 1321
TO SERVE YOU!
Mrs. D. B. Hill, Mrs. Gladys Trask I
and Mrs. Eilse Potter spent the week
We hope you are pleased
end at “Roads End” on the beach.
with our service.
Miss Daisy Hendncson is nursing I
a light attack of the flu this week
Don’t let couching, wheeling, recurring at
while attending to her store.
tack! ot Bronchial Aatiuna ruin sleep and
Lowell Stiffler of the Stiffler
energy without trying MCNDACO. which
works thru the blooa to reach bronchial
radio and appliance store was a
tubes and lungs. Usually helps nature quickly
remove thick, sticky mucus. Thus alleviates
guest of the Admiral appliance dis-
couching and aids freer brrathlng and better
tributors in Portland last Sunday and
sleep. Oet MENIIACO from druggist. Satis
faction or money back guaranteed.
Monday, While there he was enter
tained at an appliance show and pre-
W. N. SIMMONS
Mom's and Pop's ASTHMA
EjMnri>36 mc ‘loas
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SIMPLE AS A.B.C.
Present amount of money
order, plus the small fee.
Y om receive money order
and your record copy.
Fill out . . . Sign . . .
That s all1
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