The Mill City enterprise. (Mill City, Or.) 1949-1998, March 06, 1952, Page 3, Image 3

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    3—THE Mil l. CITY ENTERPRISE
Knowledge 1s Power
ST. CATHERINE CATHOLIC
FIRST PRESIH TER1AN (III RI H
CHURCH. MILL CITY
Mill City
Mass at 9 a.m. every Sunday.
Sunday School 9:45 a.m.
Confessions heard before Mass.
Morning worship 11:00 a.m.
Music by choir.
Lenten services Wednesday evening.
Fr. Franz Schubert, Pastor
Midweek service Wednesday 8
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Mehama
Morning worship 9:45 a.m.
OUR LADY OF LOURDES PARISH
Sunday School 10:45 a.m.
Jordan. Oregon
Midweek service Thursday 8 p.m.
Mass: 1st, 2nd, and 5th Sunday at
Rev. Noble Streeter, Pastor.
8:30 a.m.
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Mass: 3d and 4th Sunday 10:30 a.m.
GATES COMMUNITY CHURCH
Fr. Leander Schneider, SDS., Pastor
OF CHRIST
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Sunday school at 9:45 a.m.
ST. PATRICK’S PARISH
Morning worship 11 a.m.
Lyons, Oregon
Loren R. Swanson, Pastor
Mass: 1st, 2nd, and 5th Sunday at
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10:30 a.m.
COMMUNITY
CHURCH
Mass: 3rd and 4th Sunday 8:30 a.m.
Full Gospel Preaching
Fr. Leander Schneider, SDS., Pastor
Sunday school 10 a.m.
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Morning worship 11 a.m.
FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH
Evangelistic service 8 p.m.
Sunday school 9:45 a.m.
Prayer meeting Tues, at 1:30 p.m
Morning worship 10:55 a m.
Preaching services Wednesday and
Young Peoples meeting 6:30 p.m.
Friday 8 p.m.
Evening Services 7:30 p.m.
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Wed., 7:30 p.m. Bible study hour.
LYONS
METHODIST
CHURCH
Mr. Hugh Jull, Pastor
Church school at 9:45 a.m.
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Worship service at 11 a. m.
ASSEMBLY OF GOD CHURCH
Evening service at 8 p.m.
Sunday School 10 a.m.
Choir at morning service.
Morning Worship 11 a.m.
Choir practice at 7 p.m. Thursday.
Young people’s service at 6:30 p.m.
Rinke R. Feetrstra, Pastor
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Evening service 7:30 p.m.
Prayer meeting and Bible study,
Thursday at 8 p.m.
Rev. W. D. Turnbull, Pastor.
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IDANHA COMMUNITY CHURCH
Sunday school 10 a.m.
Morning service 11 a.m.
VETERINARIAN
Evening service 7:00 p.m.
Thursday prayer meeting 7:30 p.m.
STAYTON
Bob Unger, Pastor
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PHONE 414«
L.D.S. of JESUS CHRIST CHURCH
Detroit
Opposite
Sunday school each Sunday 10 a.m.
f ialide I .ewin' Service Statton
in high school building, Detroit.
Priesthood meeting 11 a.m.
Zealand Fryer, Presiding
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CHRISTIAN SCIENCE
3rd and Juniper, Mill City
Sunday 11 a.m.
Wednesday meeting 4th Wed. 8 pm.
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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.
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FREE METHODIST CHURCH
North Mill City
Sunday school at 9:45 a.m.
Morning worship 11 a.m.
Junior church 11:00 a.m.
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Evening service 7:30 p.m.
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Wednesday prayer meeting 7:30 pm
Phone 1906.
Rev. C. O. Tremain, Pastor
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SANTIAM CHAPEL
Sublimity
(Undenominational)
Services in old Lyons school house,
or
Lyons, Ore.
HATHAWAY
GARAGE
Sunday school 10 a.m.
Phone
3202,
Mill
City
Morning worship 11 a.m.
Evening worship 7:30 p.m.
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(1.) You are if four factors in your life are balanced.
These, says “This Week” magazine, are worship (devotion),
play, work and love. For many persons the missing in­
gredient is play. Most people enjoy social visits, achieving
ambitions, games or other amuse­
ments, conversation and improv­
ing their personal appearance, in
that order.
(2.) Only six of 100 candidates
finish air force jet pilot training,
according to Donald Robinson
writing in "Cosmopolitan.” To
qualify, a boy must have com­
pleted two years of college, be
between 20 and 26years of
age, between 5'4" and 6'4", and
weigh between 135 and
180
pounds. But that’s just the begin­
ning. Stiff physical and mental
tests and a verbal board exam­
ination eliminate 40 per cent of
the applicants. Then a super­
tough training program weeds
out all but the best jet pilot ma­
terial.
(3.) ‘'Well, yes, this is pos-
March 6. 1952
sible, as I see it,” says Arnold
Toynbee, the famed historian, in
a BBC broadcast reproduced in
the "Catholic Digest.” "I see this
possibility," continues Toynbee,
"in the light of another histori­
cal precedent. I am thinking of
the one world, stretching from
Britain to India, which resulted
from expansion of the ancient
Greek civilization in and after
the time of Alexander the Great.
For seven centuries, from the
last century B. C. to the seventh
century of the Christian era, that
ancient world was partitioned
between a Western and an East­
ern power: the Roman empire in
the West and a rival Oriental
empire in Persia.”
From articles in the March "Catholic Digest"
GATES
ron Hirte, Susan Ryan, Cheryl Evans,
Barbara Hirte, Sherry Shiner and
Darlene Joaquin.
MRS. ALBERT MILLSAP
Guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Martha Bowes was hostess A. T. Barnhardt from Wednesday un­
at her home, Saturday afternoon to til Saturday last week were his par­
members of the Gates Birthday club. ents, Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Barnhardt
Following the luncheon, served by the of Richland, Wash. Friday evening, |
hostess at one o’clock, euchre was in Mr. and Mrs. Barnhardt, Marcia and1
play for the remainder of the after­ their guests had dinner at the home i
noon. Prizes were awarded to Mrs. of Mr. and Mr|. David Barnhardt in
Robert Levon, Mrs. Clarence Johnson Niagara.
Mr. and Mrs, Tex Allen had as their [
and Mrs. Arnold Syverson.
Others
present were Mrs. Lula Collins, Mrs. I guest last week, an old time friend
Walter Brisbin. Mrs. Floyd Bassett, | Phil Green and “Blondie" from Seat­
and special guests, Mrs. Alta Leedy, tle.
Mr. and Mrs. Don Gessner left Sat­
and Mrs. Oscar Osterhout.
M rs. Elmer Stewart, daughter Con-1 urday f6r San Francisco where they
planned to visit relatives for a week.
nie and Mrs. Gerald Heath were Salem
Mrs. Gwen Schaer and son Rodney,
visitors Saturday.
accompanied
by
Miss
Elizabeth
Mrs. Glen Hearing complimented, Thompson spent Saturday in Salem.
her daughter, Sharron on her eighth Miss Thompson of Lebanon is mak­
birthday anniversary, Saturday after­ ing au extended visit at the Schaer
noon at her home. Party games and home.
the opening of the gifts provided
Mrs. Lillie Lake has been quite ill
amusement for the young guests be­ and confined to her bed at home with
fore the lighted birthday cake and the flu for almost three weeks. Mrs.l
other refreshments were served by Marshall Lake, her grand-daughter-
the hostess, Mrs. Hearing, to the guest in-law, who is caring fot Mrs. Lake
of honor, Sharron, her brother, Jimmy, reports that she is some better, but
Marcia Barnhardt, Cheryl and Shar- still not able to be up and around.
Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Rush at­
tended a basket ball game in Corval­
lis Saturday night and visited theii
son and wife, Mr. and Mrs. William
Find out what's waiting when you open the door!
Rush at their home there.
ford « N«w Coachcraft Bodie« ore longer, stronger, the
Gates was well represented in Salem
most beautiful bodies in their field with hull.tight con-
Monday. Among those driving down
«»ruction, Io seal out dust, water, ond drafts.
were Mrs. Floyd Völkel, Mrs. W. S.
Hudson, Mrs. George Arthurs and
Jerry Larson. Mrs. Gerald Garrison
find out what » waiting when you take the wheel!
and son Larry and Mrs. Norman Gar­
Ford'« Now Automatic Ride Control cuts sideswoy on
rison were also Salem visitors.
curves, iron, out the bump«. Indudes lower center of
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Millsap joined
gravity, longer roar springs, wider front tread and
tailored-to-weight front spring«.
their daughter and family, Mr. and
Mrs. Edmund Klecker in Stayton early
Sunday morning and accompanied
them, their daughter Janet. Kristine
and son Jeffrey to Portland where
they spent the day at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Millsap. Upon
the return trip they visited at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. Dorland Swan
(Carol Klecker) at their home in
Salem.
The dance sponsored by the local
volunteer fire department, held in the
high school gymnasium Saturday
night was well attended considering
By MRS RUTH JOHNSON
Visitors at the Earl Carte home
are his mother Mrs. Anna Carte and
brother Doyle and wife.
Carl Campbell and family went to
Hood River to visit Mrs. Campbell’s
family, the Otto Kotilas.
Mr. and Mrs. V. W. Baldwin were
Idanha visitors Sunday.
The Bald­
wins are former Idanha residents.
They now reside in Lebanon.
Aldo Brandon who has been visit­
ing old friends here, has gone back
to Richland, Wash. “Aldo" thought
he would like to stay here awhile, but
the wanderlust just got the best of
him, so he said.
Marion Aiderman who under went
surgery last week at St. Vincent’s
hospital in Portland, is in fair con­
dition. He needs blood, who has some
to donate. Marion is a right guy,
the fact that all the basketball fans
were out of town watching the Gates
team win and many of the most en­
thusiastic dancers were nursing the
flu. Those who did attend reported
a good time.
This dance was the
third of a series to be given to raise
funds to complete the fire house and
purchase fire fighting equipment. The
next dance will be held Saturday night
March 15th, the same place but with
new music.
An orchestra has been organized
by several local musicians, all exper­
ienced dance musicians.
With Mrs,
Don Miley at the piano, Warren Var-
coe and his violin, and Norman Gar­
rison with the big bass. Gates can be
assured of music that will be both
good to listen to as well as to dance
to. Several other instruments are to
be added to this group.
so give. Mrs. Aiderman is in Port­
land so she can be by her husband.
Cpl. Frank Brasmer and mother
Mrs. Geo. Brasmer have returned from
their trip to sunny California.
Mr. and Mrs. Norman Garbot went
to Redmond to visit Mrs. Barbut's
parents Mr. and Mrs. O. A. Wilson.
Mr. and Mrs. Ray Jacobson have
moved from Mongold to Idanha.
Mr. and Mrs. Huber Ray have re­
turned from their trip. They were-
gone three weeks. They visited in
Arizona and New Mexico.
W. L. Rudy had a heart attack while
visiting his son in Cottage Grove. He
is up and about, but will have to take
it easy for awhile.
Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Rudy brought
their small grandson home with them.
He is Mike Mitchell, some guy, too
hot, too big, but awfully mighty,
Mr. and Mrs. Athal Savage have
bought themselves a nice new Cadillac
automobile.
Cecil Newton, our mail bus driver
has been on the sick list for a couple
of days.
MY THOUGHT for the Week: If
you have
kind thought about some
one each day, some one, some where
will have a kind thought about you.
Just Arrived...
A DAUGHTER To Mr. and Mrs.
Layman Jones, Lyons, March 5, at
Salem Memorial hospital.
A SON To Mr. and Mrs. Ned War-
riner, Detroit, February 28, at Salem
Memorial hospital.
A SON—To Mr. anil Mrs. James F.
Enstermacher, Mill City, March 4, at
Salem Memorial hospital.
A SON—To Mr. and Mrs. Norman
Hill, Mill City, March 1, at Salem
General hospital.
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HERE’S YOUR
•LUCKY TEN’
OF THE WEEK
A list of the most requested selections in
record shops in this area:
by Johney Ray
1. Cry
by Four Aces
2. Tell Me Why
by
Johney Ray
3. Little White Cloud That Cried
by Dick Hay mes
2 4. Any Time
by Roberta Lee
5. Bermuda
................. by Arthur Godfrey
6. Slow Poke
by Mills Brothers
7. Be My Life Companion
by L. Armstrong
8. A Kiss To Build a Dream On
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by Johney Ray
9. Broken Hearted
by Jo Stafford
10. Shrimp Boats .....................
ALSO ALL THE LATE RELEASES BY YOUR
FAVORITE WESTERN STARS, such as:
Lefty Frizzell — Rough and Rowdy
Ernie Tubbs — Heartbreak Ridge
Carl Smith — Old Mother Nature
Bob Wills — Pliny Jane
Hank Williams — Dear John
Red Foley — Peace in the Valley
George Morgan — Almost
WE also have Arthur Godfrey’s “What Is a Boy"
Stiffler's Radio & Appliance Co.
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Phone 902
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