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About The Mill City enterprise. (Mill City, Or.) 1949-1998 | View Entire Issue (March 6, 1952)
5—THE MILL CITY ENTERPRISE
March fi. 1952
Planned by Dads
Mrs. Pinkston Hosts
To Comp Fire Leaders
Little Known Facts
Mrs. Lee Pinkston was hostess to
the Mill City Camp Fire Leader Asso
ciation monthly meet, last Tuesday.
Plans were made for the spring all
city ceremonial, Friday, May 16. This
ceremonial is being held in Mill City
Mrs. S. W. Horn, field director, and
Mrs. Shepherd, training chairman, of
Salem were present for the local
Camp Fire leader’s February meeting.
The reason for holding the cere
monial in Mill City was given by Mrs.
Harman, when she stated, “As there
are so many more Camp Fire and
Blue Bird girls than there has been
for sometime, it was decided to have
a ceremonial in Mill City instead of
taking the girls to Salem as before.
It is at this ceremonial that ranks
and special awards are granted.
Please check May 16 on your calen
dars and plan to attend.”
Mrs. Pinkston and Mrs. Charles
Harman attended the Salem training
school for Camp Fire Guardians in
Salem, Tuesday, Mrs. S. M. Zeller,
chairman of Region VI, of Corvallis,
and Miss Garner, regional field di
rector, of Spokane, Wash., were the
Deep mystery still shrouds the exact
details of the PTA program being
planned by the fathers of the group
for the March 12th meeting.
committee has disclosed nothing of
what is to be expected by school pa
trons at the “Dad’s Day” program,
though they are assured that atten
dance will prove worthwhile.
PTA meeting will be held, as usual,
in the high school auditorium at 8
p.m. on Wednesday, March 12 with
the fathers also in charge of refresh-
Nominations of officers for the
1952-53 school year will comprise part
of the business session of the eve
Mill City Toastmistress club now is
a full-fledged charter club in the in
night was a gala dinner affair at the
Mill City Presbyterian church recrea
tion hall, Thursday, Feb. 14.
Edna Hutcheson of Mill City and first
president of the local speech club,
introduced the evening’s distinguished
guests. Mrs. Ida Geddes, honorary
member of the club who recently cele
brated her 97th birthday, delighted the
entire audience with her wonderful
manner of speaking.
Mrs. Hutcheson introduced Mrs.
Hazel Loomis, from the Portland Rose
Toastmistress club and international
officer of the club; Miss Virginia
Harper, president of the Albany
speech group; Mrs. Grace Hartley,
past officer of the international club
and from the Salem Toastmistress
club; Mrs. Dora Howard, president
of the Salem Chemeketa club who in
Gates Lucky Twelve Pinochle club, turn introduced two of her club’s mem
Gates fun laboratory, reached a high bers; and Mrs. Rose Bell, the vice i
point of activity for one pair. Thurs president of the Stayton organizing j
day. Mrs. Bea Grunke and Mrs. Edna unit who introduced 13 fellow mem-1
Duvall in one way or another got bers.
1000 aces twice.
Our postmaster, Charles Kelly, was
Mrs. June Miley, toastmistress,
Strange, but true, the above paid greeted Mill City’s guests and pre confined to his home Tuesday, with
did not win any prizes as a token of sented her three speakers. Mrs. Vera the flu.
their luck. Instead Mrs. Violet Keen Hathaway, Mrs. Sue Mikkelsen and
Soon the skeleton of the old Mill
sauntered away with the award for Mrs. Ida Geddes. Mrs. Geddes de City grade school will be showing.
high: Mrs. Mildred Wood distin voted her inspiring talk to local his Allan and Platt from Grants Pass
guished herself by lassoing the buck tory and color. Mrs. Miley concluded are doing the wrecking job.
ing pinochle prize; and Mrs. Joanne her part of the program graciously. have a sign up on the old building
Long lugged home the low prize.
Mrs. Loomis conducted the Mill City advertising used building material for
Genial hostess for Gates Lucky
charter presentation ceremonies. Mill sale.
Twelve, Thursday was Mrs. Edna Mc
Marjorie Umphress, Mill City high
City Toastmistress officers installed
Dessert luncheon enjoyed
were Mrs. Gay Savage, treasurer; school student has been absent from
consisted of a tasty fruit salad.
Mrs. Sue Mikkelsen, secretary; Mrs. school a few days this week.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Umphress
Gwen Jones, club reporter; Mrs. June
Miley, vice president; and Mrs. Edna and family spent the weekend on the
Hutcheson, president. Mrs. Loomis coast, visiting the Clarence Zeigler
during the installation ceremonies family in Wheeler, Ore.
Rev .and Mrs. William Turnbull
gave a short talk to each officer and
presented them with daffodils as a spent four days this week in Portland
attending the state convention of the
floral symbol of office.
Miss Harper presented Mrs. Hutch Assembly of God church.
Mrs. Elvin Wright left Monday eve
eson with a gavel as a gift to the
Mill City Toastmistress club from the ning for Bend where she is visiting
Albany club, its sponsors.
Mrs. Luella Morgan has moved to
A delicious dinner was served to the
Stayton where she is employed at the
BEFORE BUYING SHOES
sionary society of the local Presby- Bon Ton cafe.
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Mr. and Mrs. Lester Masjn were in
I terian church. The lovely decorations
, for the recreation hall and banquet Portland Sunday visiting Mr. anti Mrs.
tables were the responsibility of Mrs. Henry Stineau.
Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Waddle spent
Savage. All who attended the local
j speech club’s launching ceremonies the weekend in Sweet Home.
Rev. and Mrs. C. O. Tremain, pastor
j were enthusiastic about the Mill City
CHARLES UMPHRESS, Prop.
of the Free Methodist church are
Toastmistress club’s success.
Seattle visitors this week, where they
Open 7 A.M. to 7 P.M.
are attending a church conference.
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Mr. and Mrs. James Duvalf visited
lelatives and friends in Portland over
Mrs. Cecil Lake is visiting in Cut
ler City, this week.
Visitors Saturday at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. Bert Stubbs was their
daughter and son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs.
RALEIGH HAROLD, Florist, open
Sundays and evenings, flowers tele
graphed anywhere. Funeral sprays,
planters, pot plants, corsages, wed
dings, also shrubs and landscaping.
Music by GATES LOCAL NOTES
319 W. Washington, Stayton. Phone
Mr. and Mrs. Charles McKenzie and
son from Gleneden, were Mill City
visitors Sunday visiting Mr. and Mrs.
Tommy Wood and family and the
Don Peterson family.
Mrs. Marvin Keen entertained Mrs.
Bill Teal, Mrs. Ben McCreary, and
Mrs. Don Peterson in her home Mon
day with a luncheon. The afternoon
was spent playing cards.
Dinner guests at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. Lowell Stiffler, Sunday were
his brother and family, Mr. and Mrs.
Donald E. Stiffler and two children
Adults 75c, High School Students 50c
of Salem. Mr. Stiffler’s mother ac
E. W’illard from Albany was in Mill
City Sunday visiting at the Hugh
Mrs. R. F. Andreassen returned
home Tuesday from a Salem hospi
tal where she underwent major sur
Mr. and Mrs. John Muir, and Mrs.
Dave Kelly attended the American
Legion conference for district No. 2
at Dallas. Sunday afternoon.
Jimmy Smith from Cheyenne. Wyo.,
arrived in Mill City to visit his grand
mother. Mrs. Esther Ogden and uncle
He plans to stay
about three months.
Mr. and Mrs. Shields Remine are
home after spending a short vacation
Mr. and Mrs. Norton Ohren and
family of Salem and Mr. and Mrs.
For Women M ho Are
Mrs. Edna McCreary Hosts
Lucky Twelve Group
Full Soles and
Chuck's Shoe Shop
about your navy
SI ND \Y and MONDAY
I.OVIS JOURDAN and
Anne of the Indies
Feature at 5:30, 7:30 Sunday
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had a too
TUESDAY and WEDNESDAY
THURSDAY, FRIDAY and
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Oliver Ohren of Silverton were din spent the weekend at the home of Mr.
ner guests Sunday at the home of and Mrs. W. B. Shuey. Mrs. Free
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Dahlen.
man was superintendent of the Mill
A film strip, with accompanying City grade school a few years ago.
Kids Club Saturday
The Lions club and the Auxiliary
lecture, ‘An American Religious Move
Matinee 2:00 P.M.
ment,” will be the special feature at had their monthly pot-luck dinner
the evening service at the First Chris
tian church Sunday evening, March ment they did some square dancing at
"Down Memory Lane"
9. The film strip gives a brief his the fire hall.
tory of the Restoration Movement
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known as The Church of Christ (dis REPUBLICAN WOMEN
MEIR’S “Cake of the Week’’
ciples), or Christian church.
Birthday Cake for:
Women of the Christian church will INVITED TO SALEM
Bill Heath. Dorman Gregory,
serve lunch Tuesday, March 11, start-1 All interested women are invited
Gaye Nelson, Patrick Thomas,
ing at 11 a.m., in the church basement. to attend a meeting of the Salem unit
and Virginia Urban
The menu will include hamburger and of the National Federation of Wom
hot-dog sandwiches, salad, pie. cake en's Republican clubs at the Senator
Doors open at 7:20 P.M.
and coffee. Proceeds will be applied hotel on Monday, March 10. at 2 p.m.
Complete show can be seen any
George Haley will be the speaker
on the piano-organo payments.
time up to 8:30
The Missionary society of the Pres- , and has chosen as his subject "Don’t
byterian church met Wednesday after Apologize for Free Enterprise”. Mrs.
noon at the home of Mrs. Herbert Marshall Cornett, national committee
Schroeder with Mrs. Streeter acting woman, will be a special guest and
Mrs. Floyd Jones was Mrs. Robert Anderson will sing, ac
leading, giving the lesson. A lunch companied by Mrs. Jason Lee.
was served by the hostess Mrs. |
CARD OF THANKS
Schroeder. Those present were Mrs.
Floyd Fleetwood, Mrs. A. F. Cather-
We wish to express sincere thanks
wood, Mrs. James Swan, Mrs. John for the flowers sent and kindnesses
San, Mrs. Mildred Allen, Mrs. R. L. extended at the recent bereavement
Faust, Mrs. Lester Hathaway and and loss of our loved one.
Rev. and Mrs. Noble Streeter.
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Mrs. Mabie Freeman of Portland
4 cakes for
Corner 3rd 4 Marion
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W. N. SIMMONS
Bookkeeping, Accounting and
Woodbury Bath Size Soap
Gates Hi School Gym
P.O. Box 1321
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