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About The Mill City enterprise. (Mill City, Or.) 1949-1998 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 31, 1952)
5—THE MILL CITY ENTERPRISE
January 31. 1952
Women At Work
At the Board of Directors of the
Santiam Memorial Hispital Women’s
Auxiliary meeting held last Thursday
at the Bon Ton, reports were given by
Mrs. Byron Shuck and Mrs. J. C.
Kimmel on the work of the public
relations committee. Many Women’s
organizations in the Santiam Memor
ial Hospital area have reported and
appointed a representative to serve
on the public relations committee.
Much of the work of the auxiliary will
be carried on through these organiza
Representatives of these organiza
tions in the Stayton area had held a
meeting at the home of Mrs. A. C.
Van Nuys, local public relations chair
man, recently and plans were formu
lated for assisting in the work of the
auxiliary it was reported by Mrs.
The equipment and furnishings com-'
mittee report was given by Bertha I
Allen. She reported all cutting of
garments will be done under the
supervision of the Past President’s
club of the Stayton American Legion
Auviliary. Cutting will be done in
Lyons and volunteers to help with the
work will be welcomed. Cutting
started Jan. 29 at 9 a.m. and will con
tinue on Tuesdays and Thursdays
each week until completed. x
Sewing will be distributed to or
ganizations and individuals in Mill
City from the Mill City Drug store and
Muir’s Bakery; Lyons from Mrs.
Bertha Allen; Stayton and surround
ing territory from the home of Mrs.
A. C. Van Nuys All organization
chairman will be notified when they
may call for sewing. Any individual
who is not working in an organization
may obtain sewing by calling at any
of these designated places after Feb.
Garden Club Makes
Plans For Food Sale
The Mill City Garden club met at
the Curtis Cline home in Mill City
Thursday, Jan. 24. Plans were made
for a food sale at the Jenkins Hard
ware store Valentine’s Day, Thursday.
Feb. 14, from 10 a.m. until the food
Those present for the Garden club
session in the Cline home were Mes-
dames Jennie Davis, Frances Dolezal.
Dean Jackson, Clara Morris, Virgin«
Robinson, Hattie Fencl, Mabel Veteto,
Altha Grimes, Clara Swan, Iris Rose,
Hattie and Gladys Podrabsky, and
Hostess Cline served refreshments
to the group. The next regular meet
ing of the club will be held in the
home of Mrs. Mabel Bruder, February
Mrs. Doreen Fowler Shows
Mrs. Doreen Fowler this week took
her place at the art of entertaining
the Lucky Twelve Pinochle club at
their meeting place, when she served
a delightful banana cake with coffee
as the beginner for the afternoon
party of cards.
Mrs. Inez Teal copped onto the first
prize by a few skillfull bids and
stepped into the limelight for the
afternoon of play. Mrs. Violet Keen
wound up with the lucky pinochle to
win a prize and Mrs. Toots Blazek
experienced a little bad luck as be
ginner with the Lucky Twelvers and
only corraled the low prizes—those
gals are experts Toots!
Mrs. Tacy Long, visiting here from
Amboy. Wash., and an ex-player, was
a guest for the afternoon of relaxation
at the trailer-park, she was subbing
for her daughter-in-law, Mrs. Joan
Long, who is confined at home.
Bob Shelton, Vera Loucks, and
Ralph Jull accompanied by minister
The Del Drew and family visited
and Mrs. Jull, attended a Christian in Independence this week with rela-
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Camp Fire Leaders
Meet and Plan
The Camp Fire Girls Leaders
The Pack meeting held at the high
monthly meeting was held at Mrs. school through the courtesy of the
Lee Pinkston. Tuesday, January 27. school board and superintendent on
Mrs. Enid Walcott, the Executive Jan. 28 at 7:30 p.m., was well at-
director came out from Salem and | tended; 70 parents and friends and
brought Mrs. W. E. Gardiner, secre I 40 boys.
tary-treasurer of the Willamette area,
Den A with den mother, Mrs. Jones
and Mrs. Deane Forbes of Dailas, part and assistant den mother, Mrs. Mel
time field director.
vin Foster, again won the attendance
Mrs. Forbes gave a very interesting plaque with 12 parents and 6 boys,
and instructive demonstration of craft a 100 percent attendance.
work from scrap material.
Cubmaster Ray Steiner inducted a
Mrs. Gardiner invited the local new member into the pack, Johnny
group to send representatives to the Woods.
planning meetings held by the Ex
Eight Wolk badges, awards to Cubs
ecutive Board the third Tuesday in eight years old, were given by their
each month. Mrs. H. M. Agee and parents in recognition of prescribed
Mrs. Charles Harman plan to attend achievements.
the February meeting.
were. Cubs Kenneth Siler, Darrel
Mrs. Walcott reported on the Na Jones, Ronnie Foster, James Fencl,
tional director. Miss Alien’s visit to Raymond Goodwin, Michael Kelly.
the area. She also answered a num Dickie Haun, and Jimmie Beiver.
ber of questions of the leaders and
Six Bear awards were made to
explained about the birthday project Cubs Larry Moberg, Gary Matheny,
for 1952 “Design for Friendship.”
James Meinert, Ronald Knowles, ab
Those attending in addition to sent, Dennis Hunt and Jimmie Fish.
Miss Walcott. Mrs. Gardiner and Mrs.
After awards for achievements the
Forbes were Mesdames Charles P. dens carried out the theme for Jan
Harman, chairman of the local group, uary,, plays and skits.
Lee Pinkston, Jess Lee, Ray Walker,
Den 1, nut on a skit, "Hot News”;
Don Jenkins, H. M. Agee, J. L. Wolfe, Den 2, “That Candle Story”; Den 3,
and Earle Nelson.
"Indian Affairs and Dances”; Den
4, “Baseball” pantomine; Den 5,
“Style Show” and Den 6, “King of the
Road’ skit, a hobo story. The den
chiefs put on a skit titled, “Paddy
Murphy Wake” and a "Radio Program
Area Scout leader, Clark Lethin,
The Deanha Parent Teacher Asso
ciation met in the Detroit grade school of Albany, made a brief talk to the
on last Thursday evening with a large group.
Refreshments were served to the
attendence in spite of the bad road
Cubs and their young friends.
conditions, and the deep snow.
The birthday of Pack No. 84
The meeting was called to order by
the president, Mrs. Al Cokenour. be celebrtted on March 2nd at
Due to the resignation of the treasurer February Pack Meeting with a
Ray Sophy, it became necessary to luck dinner.
elect a successor. Mrs. Ray Sophy
was elected treasurer for the re
Woman’s Club Sponsors
mainder of the year.
Otis White, sup’t of Detroit schools
passed out sample ballots for the Farm Home Silver Tea
election to be held on next Monday
Mill City Woman's club steps to the
evening from 8-9 at the high school fore with a worthy project in the
for the purpose of deciding whether cloth of a Children’s Farm Home
the school here shall be suspended benefit silver tea, Tuesday, Feb. 5,
and students transported to Mill City 2 to 5 p.m. at the O. Mikkelsen resi
for the coming year or not. He ex dence, house number 4, Parkside
plained that this does not have any drive, C.B.I. addition to Mill City.
thing to do with consolidation but
The public is cordially invited to this
merely for the purpose of making it tea Mrs. Mikkelsen indicated. This
possible for Mill City to he able to Mill City Woman’s club sponsored
plan and make up their budget for benefit is under the immediate direc
the ensuing year.
tion of Mrs. O. M. Mikkelsen. Mrs,
Mr. Gordon, clerk of the school Ray Steiner, and Mrs. Earnest Bauer
' board announced that while it had who will be the hostesses for the
no particular bearing on the consoli benefit silver tea.
dation it would no doubt be a fair in
dication of what would be done then
the consolidation question does come
Due to illness, Mrs. Allen has been
Mr. White suggested that the P.T.A.
sponsor a meeting in which this pro unable to have the kindergarten this
blem could be discussed so that none past week. However, she will be all
would come to the election without ready for her pupils on Monday, Feb
having first known something of the ruary 4.
The tuition for February will 'be«$6
question and what it might lead to.
Mrs. Cokenour asked Mr. White to and new pupils are invited. Anyone
appoint narents who would lead in interested please call Mrs. Agnes
the discussion of this topic. Mr. Allen, Mill City,
White suggested that since the Amer
ican Problems class had been making
Lt. and Mrs. Caude Hopkins and
a study of this subiect at school that lttle daughter visited friends in Mill
it would be interesting to hear their City last week on their way to Lt.
Hopkins new post at Boston, Mass.,
M iss M. B Miller's room won the where he is stationed with the air
mon’hly prize for having the largest force. Lieutenant Hopkins formerly
number of parents present for the was employed with the Shell oil here.
He has just returned from Tokyo
At the close of the business meet where he had been stationed for a
ing the remainder of the evening was tour of duty.
; turned over to Miss Kazi Inuznko
program chairman. Mrs. Etta Mae
j Dettering was presented from the
Marion county health office spoke
on the subject of Health in relation to
world democracy and peace. Two
films were shown entitled: “So mucti
I fo*- m little”, and “How to catch a
Al Warby’s seventh grade students
presented a skit which thev had pre
pared themselves contrasting the
modern school with the old time school
of our grandparents dav. The narra
tor for the skit was Eloise’Anderson
the teacher in the modern school was
Judy Haseman. and for the old time
school was Donald Watkins. The pro
gram began with the flag salute led
by Yvonne Mareks. Students of the
two schools were represented by
Rrad Humphrey, Phyllis Ketchum,
Dannie Bowers, Donald Johnson,
Nona Benson, Ro«alee Bowers, John
Wallace. Phyllis Polk, Bruce Gordon.
Michael Moore, Mike Howland, Leon
ard Snyder, and Leroy Holbert.
Refreshments of cake and coffee
were served by Mrs. Bernadine st oil,
Mrs. K. F. Ramsev. Mrs. Lillian Wal
ter and Mrs. Lady, fifth grade
Deanha PTA Meets
At Detroit School
Mill City Grade School
Tuesday, Thomas Smith and Judy i
Wooder were absent from school. We
got to listen to a Lone Ranger record '
one day this week.
'—Sylvia Peterson I
James Kelly has moved away from |
Mill City. Phyllis Bickett is still ab-1
sent from school. Marc Boothby I
brought his chemistry set to school I
and demonstrated some experiments.
The school got some* new games and
puzzles this week.—Marc Boothby.
The fifth and sixth grade team got I
beat by the seventh grade by two I
The Boy Scout meeting was held at I
the high school recreation room
After the meeting was opened we |
talked about the rock moving job with
the grade school.
After the business was over we saw I
several shows that Ray Steiner had |
brought with him.
Don’t forget to join soon. The
meeting is held every Wednesday at
The sixth grade is having a health [
inspection every Monday morning.
John Cutforth was absent Wednes-1
Jean Thomas, Maurie Bassett,
Camille Goble and Bob Stetner were I
absent from school.
The Mill City band played several I U
numbers for the Jefferson and Mill ■
City game last Tuesday night.
Jackie Nibler joined the Girl Scouts W
The refresh- ji
ment committee were Zeta Crosier, ■
and Barbara Podrabsky.
The 6th, 7th and 8th graders are
having a party sponsored by the PTA
The grade school basketball team ii
played St. Boniface last Friday after- >
noon on their floor.
Barbara Podrabsky I
Mrs. Max Kelly Honored
At Birthday Party
Mrs. Clayton Baltimore was hostess
at her home Friday at a luncheon
complimenting Mrs. Max Kelly on
her birthday anniversary. After the
luncheon hour the afternoon was spent
informally. Those present were the
honored guest, Mrs. Kelly, Mrs. Mel
bourne Rambo, Mrs. Charles Kelly,
Mrs. Albert Millsap and the hostess,
Mrs. Baltimore. Those unable to at
tend but sending gifts were Mrs. W.
B. Shuey and Mrs. Fred Duffy of
Mill City, Mrs. Ed Rupp of Salem,
Mrs. James Dowling of Portland, and
Mrs. Frank Smith of Sheridan.
Read At Corvallis
William Ralph Oliver, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Clyde Oliver of Gates was
married to Gaylean Ann Clark,
daughter of Mr. ami Mrs. Milton
Clark of Corvallis on January 25,
1952 at the Firtt Methodist church
Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Oliver, Jack and
Donalee, and Mr. and Mrs. Bob Oliver
and Sheryl of Gates and Pfc. Edward
Keith Oliver of Fort Lewis, Wash.,
attended the wedding of Bill Oliver
and Gaylean Clark at Corvallis.
SI NDAY and MONDAY
J \MES M ASON and
TUESDAY and WEDNESDAY
SPENCER TRACI and
THURSDAY, FRIDAY and
OREGON’S OWN PK Tl RE!
Bend of the
NOTE: Starting times for thia
show each night — continuous
from 6 p.m. — Feature at 6:10.
8:00. and 9:50.
Kids Club Saturday
Matinee 2:00 1’ M
— Also —
Ml IR'S “Cake of the Week"
Birthday Cake for:
Alvin E. Ray, Betty Stevenson,
and Marian Taylor
Doors open at 7:20 P.M.
Complete show enn be seen any
time up to 8:30
W. N. SIMMONS
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WE ARE PLEASED
TO SERVE YOU!
We hope you are pleased
with m>r service.
s and Pop s
Shower’s Kaiser-Frazer Mom CAFE
Cub Pack No. 84
Always in Stock at the
Gates General Store