The Mill City enterprise. (Mill City, Or.) 1949-1998, April 10, 1952, Page 6, Image 6

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By MRS. EVA BRESSLER
and Mrs. Jake Myers left Monday
morning by plane for Detroit, Mich.,
where they will purchase new cars and
drive. They will also visit various
places of interest enroute home.
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Allen motored
to Redmond Sunday. They also vis
ited at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Paul
Johnston at Culver.
Mr. and Mrs. George Huffman and
daughters Janet and Jeanette spent
Sunday in Eugene. They were guests
at the home of her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. George Hubbard, they also visited
her sister and family Mr. and Mrs.
George Hubbard they also visited her
sister and family. Mr. and Mrs. Clar­
ence Decker.
Mrs. Hattie Hiatt went to Lebanon
Sunday where she will spend some
time at the home of her daughter and
family Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Thoma.
Mr. and Mrs. Norman Johnson and
son Chris of Salem were week guests
at the home of her parents Mr. and
Mre. Alex Bodeker.
Mrs. Rinke Feenstra is suffering
from severe bruises of the head and
face which she received when her
ankle turned throwing her to the pave­
ment, while in Stayton to attend to
I i lay at the high school.
Mr. and Mrs. Art Baltzer and fam-
' ilv have moved to thei> new borne
west of town. The Baltzers have been
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Mrs. Charles Power and little son
Vincent returned home Sunday eve­
ning from Glendale, Calif., after an
extended visit at the home of her par­
ents Mr. and Mrs. Syrial. Her father
who is quite ill is not much improved.
Mrs. Arthur Olmstead and little son
Jimmie spent Friday and Monday in I
Corvallis with her mother Mrs. Bent-i
ford who is ill.
Sunday dinner guests at the home,
of Mr. and Mrs. Don Huber and fam­
ily were her parents Mr. and Mrs.
Eldon Mulkey of Silverton.
George Huffman, Hugh Johnston,
and Burl Smith of Lyons, and Robert
Draper of Mehama, went to Prineville
Saturday where they attended a dis­
trict meeting of school of instructions
of the Masons.
Mr. and Mrs. James Hollingshead
went to Sand Lake Monday morning
where they will spend several days
at the home of their daughter and
family.
Mr. and Mrs. Elmer “Taylor and Mr.
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IT’S AMAZING!
living on the Murphy place south of
town.
Mrs. Wood Oliver and Mrs. Clyde
Bressler was hostess for the meeting
of the Women’s Society of Christian
Service held at the community club
house Tuesday afternoon, with Mrs.
Alice Huber president and Mrs. Glen
Julian secretary presiding over the
business meeting. The devotions were
led by Mrs. Rinke Feenstra. Reports
1 of all committees were heard and all
bills ordered paid. Plans were discus­
sed for the Mother and Daughter ban­
quet which will be held the first pait
of May, with committees to be ap­
pointed later. Several members were
reported on the sick list. Plans were
also discussed for the annual baazar
which will be held this fall. At the
close of the meeting cake and coffee
were served to Mesdames Chester Roy
Donald McWhirk, Glen Julian, Virgil
Rogers, Burl Smith, Ed Hargreaves
Rinkle Feenstra, George Huffman.
Mrs. Alice Huber and the hostesses
Mrs. Oliver and Mrs. Bressler.
Friday, March 28, the monthly
teachers dinner and meeting for the
faculty and their families of the Mari-
Linn school was held at the Chinese
Tea Garden in Salem at 7 p.m. A com­
plete six course Chinese meal was en­
joyed, tea and all. Those attending
were Mr. and Mrs. Fred Skillings,
Miss Norma Miller, Mrs. Elva Kuiken.
Mr. and Mrs. Roscoe Pools and son
Roody, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Putman
and daughter Mary Lynn, Miss Vivian
Boyce. Mrs. Alice Huber, Mrs. Hazel
Worth, Ralph Hurst, Mrs. Gladys| .g All pupils are required by all to
Hurst and son Roger, and Mr. and present a health certificate before
Mrs. Ivan Smith.
| entering school. This will be a fine
Mrs. Doreen Hellemn was hostess chance for the first graders of next
for the afternoon card club with her year.
party held at the Rebekah hall Wed-
Mrs. Willard Hartnell left Wednes­
nesday afternoon. A one-thirty dessert day morning for Kansas City, Mo.,
luncheon was served followed by sev­ where she will visit her brother who
eral tables of 500. High score went to is seriously ill.
Mrs. Bertha Allen, second high
Mr. and Mrs. Jim Dateman and
Modena Carleton, low )>y Frances daughters of Spokane, Wash., are
Garsjo, and Dorothy Helemn drew the visiting at the home of her father Mr.
traveling prize. Attending the party and Mrs. John McClurg.
were Ida Free, Doris Roy. Bernice
Mrs. Grant Murphy of Salem spent
Bridges, Carrie Naue. Bertha Allen, several days at the home of her daugh­
Garnett Bassett, Ethel Huffman, ter and family Mr. and Mrs. Clarence
Mabel Downing. Eulalia Lyons, Leota Jungwirth.
Worden, Charolette Theil, Margaret
Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Swan and son
Kunkle, Modena Carleton. Dorothy of Portland visited at the home of
Helemn. Frances Garsjo, Mabel Bass, her parents Mr. and Mrs. John Shel­
Thelma Nydegger. Eleanor Christen­ ton near Jordan. They attended fun­
son, Mildred Aronson. Alma Olmstead, eral services in Mill City for his
and the hostess Doreen Helemn.
brother Jerry Swan who body recently
Mr. and Mrs. Dee Ethridge and arrived from Korea.
children spent several days in Grants
Pass looking after business interests
and visiting at the home of her par­
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ents.
Saturday evening dinner guests at
By MRS. ELSIE MYERS
the home of Mr. and Mrs. John Mc­
Quick action on the part of an Elk­
Clurg were Mr. and Mrs. Orville
horn resident Saturday night led to
Downing. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Carleton
the arrest of one of the three house
and son Larry. The occasion honored
breakers and the recovery of stolen
Mr. and Mrs. Downing on their 27th
goods from the Elkhorn guest ranch.
wedding anniversary.
About 8:30 the resident noticed a
Parents are urged to keep in mind
light flashing over the fields near
the free pre-school clinic which will their home and believing spot-lighters
be held at the Mari-Linn school April.
at work called the state police. The
car proceeded up the valley and did
not return for about two hours when
it came at a high rate of speed only
to encounter two game wardens when
they reached the road leading over
the Gates hill.
Although ordered to stop they sped
down the road followed by the police,
but upon reaching the Lumker bridge
failed to negotiate the sharp turn onto
the bridge and plunged down a twenty
foot rock embankment with the two
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front wheels of the car resting in the
river. One occupant of the car jumped
but the other two rode it to the bot­
tom.
All quickly disappeared into the
brush but several hours later one re-
turned to the scene in search of his
pardners and was picked up by the
police. At last reports Monday eve­
ning the other two were still at large.
The car bearing California license
plates, was filled with blankets, sheets,
cooking utensils, rug, etc., which later
were found to have been taken from
Mr. and
the Elkhorn guest ranch.
$1.3» $4‘iS
Mrs. Randall, owners were at Oak-
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ridge at the time.
John Payton. a former Elkhorn
resident but now serving in the Navy
on the troon transport V.S.S. General
H. W Butner has been spending a
few days leave at the home of his
DECORATOR COLORS sister and brother-in-law Mr. and Mrs.
Carl Longnecker
Dramatic, rr<t<h deep
Leaving from New Y'ork the H. W.
hues in the famous Wonder
Butner has traveled the past year
some 105.000 miles which is as much
Paint, with .<»»/Aer»« rubber
ELKHORN
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a Dull Moment
“At the Bottom of the Hill"
MILL CITY TAVERN
it
Hot flashes” of Change of Life stopped
or strikingly relieved
In 63-80%*of the cases
in doctors’ testsl
• Those suffocating "heat
waves — alternating with ner­
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accompanied often by restless
irritability and nervousness —
are well-known to women suf­
fering the functionally-caused
dlst ress of middle life "change"!
You want relief from such
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hanks to Itco famous Lydia
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brought relief from such dis­
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Their action — actually — is
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These New
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as a destroyer would cover in five
years.
Among places visited were
Bremerhaven, Germany, Greece, Tri- J
este, Naples, and Costa Blanca.
While in Oakland John had a short |
visit with his nephew Bob Van Eaton
who is serving in the Seabees, and
while now in Oakland will soon be
transferred to Alaska.
Mrs. Longnecker entertained at din­
ner Monday evening in honor of her
brother. Those present were Mr. and
Mrs. Ray Roberts, Lois Rae, Gerry,
and JoAnn, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Bickett,
Jackie, Phyllis, Treva and Alice. Mrs.
Ike Myers,« the guest of honor John
Payton and Mr. and Mrs. Longnecker »
and Billy.
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Myers returned
last week from California where they
spent a month vacationing.
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Payton of Salem
were dinner guests Sunday at the Carl
Longnecker home.
Mr. and Mrs. Ike Myers returned
from Gresham Wednesday evening
where they had spent several days
visiting friends and relatives. Sun- l
day evening Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Cal- j
lister entertained a group of old
rmnlfion base.
• Ns messy inter-mixing.
• Dry in 20 minutes.
• Ns laps, nu brushmarks.
flashes" and weakness so com­
mon in "change of life ”
Don't put it off' Get Lydia
Pinkham’s Vegetable Com­
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functional pains, cramps,
“dragged-out" feel ngs and
other discomfort of moi hly
menstrual periods!
HEMORRHOIDS
friends in their honor,
Mr. and Mrs. Bill Bickett and fam­
ily were callers Sunday at the home
of Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Billington in
Scio.
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CHARLES UMPHRESS, Prop.
Open 7 A.M. to 7 P.M.
ROOFING
NOW IS THE TIME TO REPLACE
THAT OLD LEAKY ROOF!
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at Salem 3-7177 Collect for
FREE ESTIMATE
Gambes Western Auto Supply Co.
201 N. Commercial — SALEM
GIGANTIC
Removal Sale
ALL ITEMS TO BE SOLI) AT DISCOUNT
To Reduce The Stock
sp T eo 5ATIN
Lydia Finkham *
It act» tfcfow* a woman » nm-
pathetie nrrrow» »>»rrm to ftre
raltef from the "Mot flöhe» and
other fwncoonaL'y-caused dU-
treaae» of "change of Uff."*
April 10, 1952
6—THE MILL CITY ENTERPRISE
HUCKLEBERRY FINN
TO BE MOVED
'Selling Down to the floors'
— GET IN ON THE GOOD BUYS —
MOVING MAY 1st
TO 185 N. High. Grand Bldg
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