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March 6. 1 »52
THE MILL CITY ENTERPRISE
'Hobbies of My Neighbors’
MILL CITY Cai,y°n Avenue-
Kader Chanters Give
Annual Salem Concert
By MRS. RUTH JOHNSON
The Al Kader Chanters of Portland
I have two neighbor women whose will again present the annual Salem
hobby is fishing and more fishing. Shrine club concert at the Salem high
They are up at the first ray of dawn school auditorium March 18th at 8
and down along the river bank at < p.m.
sunrise almost every day through fish-1 Miss Bonnie Newbergh, the star
ing season in sunshine or rain.
of Al Kader’s “Show of Shows”, will
A week or two before the season be the featured soloist. Included in
opens you can take one look at their the 32 members is Walton McKinney 1
happy faces and know they are happy the well-known radio singer and en
about everything. It is both joy and tertainer. The rf/ery popular Maury
adventure to them. They get their Meriwether will accompany.
poles out and see to that they are in gr»*n is under the able direction of
You can see them out hunting
Comprised of the select voices from
worms and buying flies.
They are Al Kader Shrine temple in Portland,
good fisherwomen too, as a rule they the Chanters group has been acclaimed
are very lucky and get their limit. as the finest body of vocalists in all
If they do not that does not dampen Shrinedom.
During the month of
their spirits any, for they are out April, this famous group will be the
again the next day at the crack of featured Chantef group at the na
dawn and at it again. That is what tional directors meeting of the Uni
I call good sportsmanship.
formed Bodies of the A. A. O. N. M.
I have seen them go out early in S. which will be held at San Fran
the morning taking only a sandwich cisco, Calif.
apiece for lunch. They tramp over
fallen logs, fall dowq on rocks, and
get all skinned up, walk mile and
mile and get only two or three small
ones. Did that discourage them? No!
By ALICE FRYER
They are all smiles and very jolly
held a box social in
about the whole affair.
Besides being good fisherwomen, the home economics room of the De-
they are darn good neighbors, none troit high school on February 20th to
better. I have known both women raise funds for the junior-senior ban
since I arrived in town on Aug. 26th, quet and prom. Fifteen beautifully
1946, from Billings, Mont. They are decorated boxes of all sizes, shapes,
always willing to lend a helping hand and colors were sold.
to anyone in need and just to volun dollars was the total amount made at
teer their aid to any good and just this event.
Tryouts for the Detroit high school
These neighbors I speak of are Mrs. play have been the main topic for
Myrtle Gestson and Mrs. Esther Fouts hall conversation this week.
—let their faces be forever happy and Shook the Family Tree,” a comedy
is to be directed by Mrs. Gearhart
their laughter alwavs light.
Now I was never lucky as a fisher and Miss Inuzuka, and will be given
man, all I ever caught was a sucker, May 2nd. The directors will choose
the last one I caught keeps dangling the cast from all who try-out.
The G. A. A. gave a Ix*ap Year
on my line. He can’t get away, he
got it hook, line and sinker. But he dance on Friday, February 29. The
seems to be satisfied with my “line”. girls finally got their chance to ask
the boys to dance.
given by some of the girls on “How
Qualitv Job Printing at
To Catch Your Man” and “How To
The Mill Citv Enterprise
Evade the Situation.” The refresh-
metns were brought by G. A. A. mem
bers and served after the dance.
ON THE HIGHWAY
3-lb. can SPRY
with coupons 69c
No. 2!2 can 35c
CREAM STYLE CORN
No. 303 can, 2 for 29c
46-oz., 25c can
When grandpa was asked by his
granddaughter why he was mar
rying a young girl instead of a
woman nearer his own age he an
swered “To tell the truth I like
the smell of perfume better than
1 saw a girl on the street this
morning wearing red bobby-sox
—and her legs looked for ail the
world like two thermometer«'
Heard on Don McNeill's "Brcakfos* Club'
Mon thru Fri morning« on ABC
There's Gold In Your Farm Woodlot
ONE DOZEN Large Fresh
EGGS with each $15 order!
Our Grade A Large Eggs include all
Large. Extra Large, Jump» Eggs
which come in fresh from the farm in
Each and every egg is
candled with our newest type randier
and onlv eggs which we consider A A
If You Want Good Eggs,
Priced Right, Try Our Eggs.
For quu-k tomlert « help for Back se he.
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circle* under eve«. ai d ewoUen ankle* due
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your drwftei f r K,
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HU( KLEBERRY PIE
VEGETABLE. BEANS &
BACON, or ASPARAGUS
2 for 25c
When someone steps up
Beware of his motives
take a chance;
Remember there’s only
Between a pat on the
a kick in the pants
CHICKEN NOODLE and
3 for 5QC
Ever have a wedding waffle? If
I you eat them you have to take
them for batter or worse.
Quality job printing at
The Mill City Enterprise
Capitol Drug Co
PLEASE DOG FOOD
3 for 25c
Mink coats with D. C. current,
I understand, are very popular
• Don’t expect your Phy
sician to perform mira
cles. Remember, it takes
more time and effort to
climb uphill than to coast
down! Your patience and
full co-operation are es
sential to rapid recovery.
I for 29c
RADISHES find ONIONS
3 bunches 10c
MEDICINE MAN 99
No. 24, 2 for 25c
(Continued from Page 1)
The Mill City Garden club meeting
District No. 129-J case in the
was held at Mrs. W. W. Allen’s home.
Mrs. Mabie Bruder and Mrs. Sue district court at Albany has been set
Green were co-hostesses. Mrs. Byron for April 4, and attorneys for both
Bradshaw was guest speaker accom sides have agreed to appear and plead
panied by Mrs. Cora Birch of Cor their cases. The case involves the
Rollcall was answered by transfer of school lands out of the
possession of the school district with
giving garden hints.
out the consent of the voters, and
A square dance club has been or was started nearly a year and a half
Everybody is welcome to ago.
join and anyone interested contact one
* * *
of the following: Arey Podrabsky,
M. J. Shower, proprietor of the
president; Alfred Nesbitt, vice presi Shower Kaiser-Frazer agency in Stay
dent; Mabel Vetefo, secretary, or Bob ton, is proudly announcing his ap
Wingo and Carl Kelly, advisors. All pointment as local representative of
are advised to watch for further notice the Massey-Harris line of farm trac
of first meeting date.
tors and machinery. He tells us that
The George Vetetos were at Canby the Massey-Harris line includes 28
Sunday the 2nd visiting relatives.
models of tractors for every type of
The World Day of Prayer was ob-1 work, and many pieces of farm equip
served at the Presbyterian church. ment such as plows, discs, harrows,
Members and friends from all I and haying tools.
churches were present.
builds deisel, gasoline and butane gas
Midweek services will be held at 8 type tractor engines.
p.m. every Wednesday evening at the says they hold world's records for
Presbyterian church. Everyone is in economy of operation.
vited to attend.
stock of parts for care and repair
Mrs. Martin Kelly entertained the of farm machinery, plus competent
Friendship class of the Presbyterian' mechanics to service the equipment
church at her home Tuesday evening. has been added. Your inspection is
The evening was in study and a social invited.
1 time after which a lunch was served ,
by the hostess to Mrs. Charles Kelly,'
Mrs. Herbert Schroeder, Mrs. D. B. and Mrs. L. B. Harris and son, from
Hill, Mrs. Armstrong, Mrs. Chet Fer Dallas.
Mr. and Mrs. John Muir were called
guson, and Mrs. Bertha Baltimore.
Mrs. H. T. Caughey has been con to Salem Thursday morning of this
fined to her home this week by an week by the death of Mrs. Muir’s
attack of the flu.
Mrs. D. B. Hill and Mrs. Edith
Leander Berry suffered a paralytic
stroke at the home of his daughter, Mason were amount those from the
Mr. and Mrs. Dewey Flatnian, last canyon area who were in Salem to
Saturday afternoon, where he makes attend the William Warfield concert
his home. Mr. Berry is 77 years of Wednesday evening.
Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Olmstead have
age and his condition is very serious.
Visiting at the home of Mr. and moved to Fox Valley, where they will
Mrs. George Flook this past week operate a farm.
were their daughter and husband, Mr.i
and Mrs. Robert Johnson of Eugene; ‘ WEDDING AN NO l N CE M EN TS
their son. Si Flook of Salem; and
at The Mill City Enterprise
Mrs. Flook’s sister and family, Mr. 1
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AT YOUR CO-OP
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Remember this: Trees grow!
Every year they grow they make
money for you You don't pull up
the carrot patch when it is half
grown and expect to (hake any
money. You do thin the carrot
patch and get bigger carrots and
Let’s talk about your woodlet for
just a minute and discuss some of
the types and kinds of trees grow
Ing there before we talk about
managing your trees.
If you have a typical farm wood-
lot found throughout Washington
and Oregon west of the Cascades
here’s what you’ll find: (a) some
young seedlings and saplings,
(b) some poles about 35 years old.
and (Cl some saw log trees.
Seedlings and saplings Here is
a young forest which has seeded in
from close by seed trees. Fire has
been kept out There will be about
2500 trees to an acre. 10 to 12 feet
tall and 2 inches in diameter What
good is this "brush” you may ask’
A sapling stand «ill yield Christ
mas trees, posts and fuel You may
even find some old cedar wind
falls or big trees left by early
loggers These are worth money I
Your poles will be about 35 years
old and there will be about 350J
trees to an acre. They will range
from 6 to 16 inches in diameter and
the trees will be 70 to 90 feet tall.
These trees will produce fence
posts, fuel, pulpwood, occasional
poles and piling and small saw logs.
Some of your woodlot will have
saw log trees. These trees will be
about SO years old. will range from
6 to 30 Inches in diameter and will
average from 110-150 feet tall.
There may be anywhere from 50
to 100 on each acre. The larger
trees will be Douglas fir, the
shorter ones hemlock and cedar
which will grow in the shade of
the larger trees.
These forests contain many valu
able products, and generally ex
perienced foresters should be
consulted to get best possible re
turn as well as to develop a good
harvesting plan Larger trees will
make good saw logs. Best logs will
bring premium as peelers. In addi
tion you can take off crops of poles,
piling fuel, pulpwood, posts each
year and st»11 leave a good, growing
stand. Next we’ll talk about how to
keep the goose-trees that lay the
(For more particulars write your
State For«--ter at Olympia. Washington
or Sabm I ir. tc n for your free copy of
Yot It TKKKS A CltOF. ” how to
grow an.t harvest them in the Douglas
hr region >
NOW IS THE TIME TO REPLAUE
THAT OLD LEAKY ROOF!
at Salem 3-7177 Collect for
Gamble’s Western Auto Supply Co
201 N. Commercial — SALEM
Where Friend* Meet
On Highway 222, Linn County Side
George "Sparky’* Ditter
OPENS YOUR SAVINGS ACCOUNT
The important thing about saving is to ST ART.
Here, you can get your name on a savings pass
book with any convenient amount, and once
you have that.passbook, you'll find that it’s
a wonderful satisfaction to add to savings
regularly. Your savings are insured to $10,000,
and we pay liberal earnings twice a year.
('all Western Auto
MILL CITY STATE BANK
MEMBER FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSI R\N< E CORP.