* 3—THE MILL CITY ENTERPRISE IN OUR HINTS FOR HOMEMAKERS _•____________________________ — I I FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Morning worship 11 a.m. Music by choir. Y’oung People at 6:30 p.m.. Miss Alice Smith, leader. • * • GATES COMMUNITY CHURCH OF CHRIST Sunday school at 9:45 a.m. Morning worship 11 a.m. Loren R. Swanson, Pastor * * * FREE METHODIST CHURCH North Mill City Sunday school at 9:45 a.m. Morning worship 11 a m. Junior church 11:00 a.m. Evening service 7:30 p.m. Wednesday prayer meeting 7:30 pm. Phone 1906. Rev. C. O. Tremain, Pastor • * * COMMUNITY CHURCH Full Gospel Preaching Sunday school 10 a m. Morning worship 11 a.m. Evangelistic service 8 p.m. Prayer meeting Tues, at 1:30 p.m. Preaching services Wednesday and Friday 8 p.m. • • * CHRISTIAN SCIENCE 3rd and Juniper, Mill City Sunday 11 a.m. Wednesday meeting 4th W’ed. 8 pm. b, the C.nrrW EJnlrif tmlUaH Valentin« Hearts Ttiird in tbt G-E Ceezaeier« Inti Unit Make »(rawberry ice cream and freeie firm in white or pink paper cups. Place heart- shaped cooltie cutter in center ut < up let. Using about */i tablespoon moist shredded coconut, sprinkle on area outside the cookie cutter. Remove cookie cutter. Using about •/> ceasp«HMi whipped currant jelly, place in center of heart shape not covered with coco nut, and spread evenly to fill space. Use about 6 tablespoons coconut and 2 table spoons currant jelly for 12 servings. February is full of holidays. And if you’re planning a Valentine or Wash ington's Birthday party (or even if you just want to surprise the family with an extra-special dessert treat), you'll find gaily decorated ice cream cuplets the perfect answer to your holi day refreshment problems. Make them ahead of time and store them in the food freezer. Here's the General Electric Consum ers Institute recipe for cuplets, made with the help of an electric mixer, and some suggestions for appropriate deco rations. Ice Cream Cuplets Tttltd in the G-E Cornnmeri Imlilult 1 12-16 ounce pack- 1*/1 pines vanilla ice age frozen sliced cream sirawberries in sirup Thaw fruit quicklv by placing package tn large container ter of hoi ..... *ater. ....... Let ........ xtand -- ¡0 minutes, then add more hot water to contain er to make water hot again, and let stand 10 more minutes. Empty Iruit from package into small mixer bowl. Using 2 front beat ers, beat at a medium speed (Speed 5) until fruit is broken up into small pieces, about 2 minutes. Add ice cream and beat at a low speed (Speed 2) until ice cream is smooth and blended with fruit mixture. Place 12 colored (luted paper cups in 3 x I'/j-inch cupcake pans, and dnide ice cream mixture into paper cups. Place in iood freezer and freeze. Remove a few at a time and decorate it desired, as suggested below. Return to food freezer until all deco rating is completed, then place in top open ing cartons in convenient numbers for serv ing Label, siore in food freezer. To serve, remove from cartons, place on serving plat ter and let stand at room temperature 5-10 minutes before serving. Makes 12 servings. Remove the frozen cuplets from lite freezer a few at a time for decorating. The little hearts are made of citron colored with red vegetable coloring and cut with a heart-shaped cookie cutter. Washington Chsrrio, Ttiltd in tbt G-E Cottiumtri Intlitulc Make »fra»berry ice cream, and freeze firm in white or green paper cups. Cut a drained maraschino cherry in half and place each half, cut side down, on top of cuplet. Using green gum drops, cut stems and leaves and attach to cherries. Use 12 cherries and 3-4 gum drops for 12 servings. Servicemen’s job protection benefits have been expanded by the new draft act, reports U.S. Bureau of Veterans Reemployment Rights. After you have blended the va nilla ice cream and frozen straw berries in the electric mixer, di vide mixture evenly into 12 fluted paper cups in cupcake Anti here is a collection of the finished cuplets. puns and freeze. ¿Mobilheal By MRS. ALBERT MILLSAP Welz Mobilgas Sublimity or 11 ATI! A WAY G A R AG E Phone 3202, Mill City Mrs. Dorothy Wood, teacher in the local high school was on the sick list last week and absent from her classes. Mrs. Don Miley substituted during her absence. Mrs. Laura Joaquin “baby sat” for Mrs. Miley while she was in the school room. Mrs. W. E. Hudson and baby of Salem were overnight guests at the, --------------------------------------------------------- "-.LZ------- -- oa«K>oooooooo5ocK>ooooooooo5ooûooooooccoo-QoaoooocKioo<XK>oooi>oooo<HXX>ooooaooo&oooo 1 The Great Emancipator is an ever-increasing inspiration to Americans everywhere. j 1 ! i We join in paying homage to this Man of the People who died ■ a martyr to the cause of making this nation j strong 1 Business managed utilities, serving 24 hours a day, help this country remain strong, today and alwoys Mountain States Power Co j I home of her parents-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Hudson, Wednesday of last week. Mrs. George Clise has been con fined to her home for sometime with a severe cold, contracted on her re turn trip home from Los Angeles. (She must have picked up a California “bug”, that is harder to shake than those propagated in Oregon.) The old stork worked over time Saturday, February 9. Mr. and Mrs. Yjerle Devine are celebrating the birth of their first grandchild, a boy, born at 8:30 p.m. Saturday night to Mr. > and Mrs. Peter Etzel, (Norma Jean Devine), at the Salem Memorial hos pital. The baby weighed 6 lbs. 3 oz., and was named ~ Bernard Merle. Mr. and Mrs. Etzel live on Fern Ridge, At 9 n.m. at the Salem Memorial a baby boy was born to Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Garrison, 7 lbs. 8 oz. and named Larry Allen. Mr. and Mrs. Norman Garrison, paternal grand-1 parents are rejoincing over their first grandchild. Maternal grandparents' are Mr. and Mrs. Paul Mitchell of I North Richland. Wash. They arrived in Salem Sunday to see the new baby, not their first, and their daughter. (When grandma Garrison was asked | what the new baby looked like she I replied, “Well, he has more hair than Grandpa.”) Mr. and Mrs. Albert Millsap were Sunday dinner guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Meinert, in Mill City. The dinner was in observance of Mr. Meinert’s birthday anniver- sary. Callers at the home of Mrs. Lillie Lake Sunday to compliment her on her birthday anniversary were Mrs. Hollis Turnidge of Cutler City, her mother, Mrs. Chris Knutson, Mr. and Mrs. Ben Roten and family. Mill City, V. L. Morgan of Brooks, Mrs. Jennie Kestesen, Mrs. Florence Guenskey, both of Gates, Miss Joanne Lake, Arthur Lake and Mrs. Marshall Lake. Mrs. Lake’s birthday was Saturday, Feb.9. On that day she attended the birthday party honoring Mrs. Ida Geddes, of Mill City, who was 97 that day. Other Gates folk present were Mr. and Mrs. Lincoln Henne«s, Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Davis and L. T, Hen- news, who was 97 last September. Members of the “Mixing Bowl”, cooking class of the 4H club have been verv busy the last two weeks. Susan Gordon was hostess to the class at her home, Saturday. Feb. 2. She was assisted by Ixris Evans in the demonstration of the correct w-ay to make milk toast. February 9, last Saturday. Ijinna Harrison en tertained the members at her home. Carol Sue Ball and the young hostess. HEMORRHOIDS • FISSURE - FISTULA PRO* APSE end oHier RECTAL DISORDERS t S'o^ach and Colon AztmenH NO A Seeeerttai T»x Pattai. Prtial» Eatwartee” HOSFITSII l «TION D wt > p » »• Book*«« mi DR R REYNOLDS CLINIC erocroiOG/ST NATU»O*ATMiC PMVMMN 1144 CINTI* STRUT . - - TIlPNONl 1 946R HUM OIIQON « Cold-Weather Driving Hints - DECORATE ICE CREAM CUPLETS EOR FEBRUARY HOLIDAY’ PARTIES J DETROIT CHRISTIAN CHURCH Sunday school at 9:45 a m. Preaching at 11 a.m. by Leland Keithly, minister. Youth meeting 6:30 each Sunday evening. • • * SANTIAM CHAPEL (Undenominational) Services in old Lyons school house, Lyons, Ore. Sunday school 10 a.m. Morning worship 11 a.m. Evening worship 7:30 p.m. • « • ST. CATHERINE CATHOLIC CHURCH, MILL CITY Mass at 9 a.m. every Sunday. Confessions heard before Mass. Fr. Franz Schubert, Pastor * * « OUR LADY OF LOURDES PARISH Jordan, Oregon Mass: 1st, 2nd, and 5th Sunday at 8:30 a.m. Mass: 3d and 4th Sunday 10:30 a m. Fr. Leander Schneider, SDS., Pastor * * * FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH Sunday school 9:45 a.m. Morning worship 10:55 a.m. Y’oung Peoples meeting 6:30 p.m. Evening Services 7:30 p.m. Wed., 7:30 p.m. Bible study hour. Mr. Hugh Jull, Pastor * * * ST. PATRICK’S PARISH Lyons, Oregon Mass: 1st, 2nd, and 5th Sunday at 10:30 a.m. Mass: 3rd and 4th Sunday 8:30 a.m. Fr. Leander Schneider, SDS.. Pastor * ♦ » ASSEMBLY OF GOD CHURCH Sunday School 10 a.m. Morning Worship 11 a.m. Y’oung people's service at 6:30 p.m. Evening service 7:30 p.m. Prayer meeting and Bible study, Thursday at 8 p.m. Rev. W. D. Turnbull, Pastor. • » » LYONS METHODIST CHI R( H Church school at 9:45 a.i Worship service at 11 a. Evening service at 8 p.m. Choir at morning service. Choir practice at 7 p.m. Thursday. Rinke R. Feenstra, Pastor » « » L.D.S. of JESUS CHRIST CHURCH Detroit Sunday school each Sunday 10 a.m. in high school building, Detroit. Priesthood meeting 11 a.m. Zealand Fryer, Presiding • • * IDANHA COMMUNITY’ CHURCH Sunday school 10 a.m. Morning service 11 a.m. Evening service 7:00 p.m. Thursday prayer meeting 7:30 p.m. Bob Unger, Pastor February 14. 1952 M<WHj<j0(}OOOOOOOCOCOCatOOOOOCOOù:OOOOOCO'>CCCàOOOOOOOCOCXOOOOOOOCOCOOOOOO<KIOOOO s « g o z I 83 8.2 6.7 6.4 8.1 $ 1 IM I □ >» -u □ •> I 1 9.0 9.1 9.2 one each month G IN THE COMING WINTER the average motorist will drive about 3,600 miles, or 37V4r/t of his mileage for the entire year, as shown in this chart based on gasoline consumption trends. The figures prove that modern cold-weather driving nearly equals other seasons. They also show the increasing importance to the average driver of precautions to assure trouble-free winter driving. The following nine winter-proofing steps are advised by Gulf Oil auto motive engineers: (1) battery — keep fully charged, (21 cooling sys tem— clean and add anti-freeze; (3) crankcase—use wintei grade oil and change monthly; (4) chassis — lubricate monthly ; (5) ignition system — tune up; (6) transmission and gear axles — change fluid at season's start; (7) tires — provide snow treads and chains where need ed; (8) keep car under cover in heated garage, if possible; (9) observe particular precautions against carbon monoxide. Laima, made and served cream of weat. Mrs. Glen Hearing and Mrs. A. T. Barndardt are leaders of the, class. Members are Lanna Harrison, Bonnie Lawson, Susan Gordon, Lois Evans, Ellen Chance, Carol Ball, Charlene Evans and David Riddle. Gates was well represented at a . roller skating party at Lebanon last Thursday night. The following young folk, members of the Christian Endea vor Society for Youth and Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Haun, sponsors for the Gates society attended; Howard Sch roll, Phillip Hayward, Jerry Larson, Viva Lee, Patty Stewart. Joan Ryal. Bob Lee, Verna Schmiuetezy, Her- ' bert Romey, Barbara Haun, Ear) Henne.-s, Elda Webster, Wilmer Crites, Louise Haun and Maxine Schoeder. Guest at the home of Mr. and Mrs- Harry Keiser for three days last week was Mrs. Charles Powelson of Stanfield, Ore. Mrs. Powelson, form erly of Mill City and Gates is Mrs. Keiser's daughter. LaVetta Powel son, daughter of Mrs. Powelson was at her grandparent’s home over Sun day, from Corvallis. Petitions, forms and reports re quired by wage stabilization regula tions should be filed with nearest fed eral wage-hour office. CLOSING OUT SALE TREMENDOUS VALI ESI EVERYTHING MUST GO! WE ARE GIVING YOU THE BENEFIT — HURRY TO GET THE FIRST PICK I ! ! Government Forces Us To Vacate Now! 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