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About The Mill City enterprise. (Mill City, Or.) 1949-1998 | View Entire Issue (July 3, 1952)
S—THE MILL CITY ENTERPRISE
July 3. 1952
By Local Delegate
By JOAN JOHNSON
SUNDAY and MONDAY
With sincere thanks and apprecia
tion eo the American Legion Auxil
■ .A. **.
iary, Garden club. Women’s club,
[ Eagles Auxiliary, and Lions Auxiliary
for sponsoring such a fine government
program as Girls’ State, I wash to
Gates — Mrs. Fred Stone and her
relate my experiences at Willamette
daughters, Mrs. Robert Marshall, Mrs. to Breitenbush hot springs Friday eve- University the week of June 9 to 15.
Gale Carey and Mrs. Dale Miles were ’ ning where Mrs. Feenstra attended
hostesses for a stork shower compli and Rev. Feenstra read the marriage
menting Mrs. David Barnhardt at the ceremony for the wedding of Miss to attend Girls' State. For that I
thank you very much. Girls’ State
recreation rooms of the high school Willow Nadine DeMars and Douglas
j Howard Baker in the parlor of the would be an inspiration and encour
agement to any girl. But to one who
Following the opening of gifts, re Bruckman lodge.
has attended it means far more.
The massive fireplace was made
freshments were served by the host
Through the efforts of many people
esses to the honored guest, Mrs. Barn beautiful with baskets of pink rhodo it was possible for me to have the
hardt and her mother Mrs. George
opportunity to learn, through experi
Stafford, Mrs. Delbert Jenkins, Mrs. lights added from small fire in the ence, how our city, county, and state
Ocridenl Home tiuhing litililule Photo
Mabie Knutson, Mrs. Velma Carey, fire place, and lighted tapers on each government functions.
Party all planned? Looking for a dream of a cool dessert with no
Mrs. Clarence Johnson, Mrs. Floyd side of a large bowl of mock orange
last minute fussing? Then bake and chill this luscious Pineapple
Registration was on Monday, June
Bavarian Cake today . . . serve it for tomorrow’s gala dessert.
Bassett, Mrs. Merle Devine, Mrs. Peter blossoms on the mantel.
9, 1952, and from that date to June 15
Developed by Virginia Roberts of the Occident Home Baking Insti
Etzel, Mrs. Gerald Garrison, Mrs. Don
The bride entered on the arm of the ways of government functions
tute, it’s a four-layered beauty that takes only minutes to make. Filled
Sullivan, Mrs. Norman Garrison, Mrs. Bud Fairman, and they were preceeded became a reality to me. The three
and frosted with cool Pineapple Bavarian Cream, you’ll be proud to
W. S. Hudson, Mrs. G. C. Barnhardt, by the matron of honor Mrs. James forms of city government: commis
serve this glamorous cake to your guVsts.
Mrs. George Clise, Mrs. A. T. Barn Shelley, who is a daughter of M. D. sion, mayor-council, and city manager,
Chilled Pineapple Bavarian Cake
hardt, Mrs. Dan Morrison, Mrs. Elmer Bruckman. The minister had taken were explained on the first day. On
1 package All-Purpose
1 cup water
Klutke, Mrs. Floyd Völkel, Mrs. Har his place in front of the fireplace, fol Tuesday each group met and formed
Cake Mix (20 oz.)
H cup drained, crushed
old Wilson, Mrs. Joe Joaquin, Mrs. lowed by the groom Douglas Baker their cities and counties and elected
Mix the cake according to the directions on package. Fold pineapple
Don Carey, Mrs. Bob Oliver, Mrs. j with his best man Jerold E. Town.
the officials for these. • As a member
into the batter, pour into greased, 8-inch layer cake pans and bake for
Clarence Rush, Mrs. Elmer Stewart,
The bride was attired in a powder of Group VI, I was in Cetch ’em
25 to 30 minutes at 375°F. Cool the layers, split each in half and fill
Mrs. Laura Joaquin, Mrs. Clarence blue taffeta dress with veil over skirt county, the city of Keep 'em and be
with Pineapple Bavarian filling. Frost sides and top. Place in refrigera
tor and chill several hours or overnight.
Ball, Mrs. Clare Henness, Mrs. Albert in ballerina length, with white flowers came a county commissioner for that
Millsap, and Mrs. Glen Henness.
crowning her head and white slippers, county.
Pineapple Bavarian Cream Filling
That evening we had an
Those sending gifts were Mrs. Don and she wore a lovely white orchid amateur hour program and I had the
1 cup pineapple syrup and water
*/« cup powdered sugar
1 package lemon-flavored gelatin
h cup crushed pineapple*
Miley, Mrs. William Hirte, Mrs. Gwen corsage.
pleasure of being mistress of cere
2 cups whipping cream**
*,< cup slivered almonds
Schaer, Mrs. Marvin Staford, Mrs.
Mrs. Baker has been in the employ monies for our county.
Heat pineapple syrup and enough water to make one cup; add gelatin
Phillip Hess, Mrs. Robert Levon, Mrs. of tjie hotel and most of the guests
By Wednesday everything was roll
and dissolve. Cnill until partially set. Whip the cream until stiff and add
Lincoln Henness, Mrs. Edward Chance, were the fellow employees.
The ing right along and the girls were
powdered sugar. Beat partially set gelatin until fluffy. Fold gelatin,
Mrs. Cecil Haun, Mrs. W. R. Hutch groom is employed at the Detroit becoming friends rapidly.
drained pineapple and almonds into whipped cream. Chill until mixture
holds shape, then spread.
eson, and Miss Lorena Devine.
ranger station, and after a short vaca paign rally was held so that candi
* / can (U oz.) crushed pineapple equals % cup.
tion they will return to the neighbor dates for state offices could give short
**lf evaporated milk is used, follow directions on can for whipping.
speeches after which we held a style
Sen. Douglas Yeater and wife and show. All commissioners were in
daughter of Salem, friends of the charge of this event.
On Thursday the whole campus was
i bride were guests, also Mrs. R. A.
> Feenstrt from Lyons.
buzzing; for this was General Election
The Marion county pre-school im-
After cutting of the cake in the day. We voted on regular party bal
During the “big-leak” period of De
niunization clinic will be held at the hotel dining room, coffee and cake lots and we went to the polls at 9 a.m.
Oregon State College, Corvallis.
Mill City grade school on Tuesday. was served to the guests.
that morning, As a member of the troit dam by-pass tunnel Gates Lucky
July 15 from 9:30 to 11:30 a.ni.
Federalist party all of us were out Twelve Pinochle club held their week — (Special)—Leia Mel Kelly, a 1952
ly card gathering. Mrs. Rosella Hay Mill City high school graduate, has
For appointments call Mrs. K. W.
David Goode, grandson of Ed Ber- to beat the Nationalist party. Later
wood was the hostess for the conclave been awarded a tuition scholarship to
Martig, Gates, Mis. R. C. Haseman, tram is visiting his grandfather over
of the Girls' State governor in the and served of all things sundaes to attend Oregon State college during
Idanha, or Mrs. Lee Owens, Mill City the weekend. His home is in Eug:
the 1952-53 school year, according to
Capital building. Governor Douglas her guests!
Mrs. Edna Duvall caught most of Dallas W. Norton, chairman of the
McKay of Oregon was there to speak
to us and present Governor Mary the stream of luck for the day and OSC scholarship committee.
Jenks from Albany with her governor tubbed high prize. Mrs. Bert Vander-
Ninety-two high school seniors were
ship pin. Commander Hollis Hull was hoff plugged a bad leak in her luck selected as winners. Awarded on a
also escorted and presented in the and fished out the pinochle prize. Mrs. competitive basis, these scholarships
G«t started! Write or Phone! FRII trial lessons will
rostrum of the house of representa Lila Bushnell got washed downstream are valued at $90, and will cover tui
answer your questions.
tives. A banquet for the governor of in the rush and ended up with low tion and partial fees. Basis for selec
We are proud to offer the Stenograph ... and proud of the
Mesdames Duvall and Hay- tion includes academic achievements
Girls’ State was held in the evening. prize.
distinction it gives us in the business training field.
• r. M. in u. S. Pst oe.
Friday a “House” and “Senate” ses wood dived and came up with 1500 and reasonable financial need.
sion was held in which bills were trumps.
A total of 173 scholarships were
passed and some were killed.
These included 32 foreign
secretaries to the representatives had
students, 19 Alaskan and Hawaiian
lots of fun trying to keep up with the
students, and 30 persons with previous
Salem, Oregon • arguments for and against the bills.
345 Court Street
work at OSC.
A visit to the supreme court was made
Miss Kelly, daughter of Mr. and
in the afternoon where court proced-1
Faith Rebekah lodge held their Mrs. Charles Kelly of Mill City,.has
ures were explained. In the evening
meeting at the hall Wednesday eve been active in high school as presi
all the girls participated in their in
ning with a good crowd in attendance, dent of GAA, president of Pep club,
dividual county groups in the “stunts”.
and Zona Sischo, noble grand and Jean student body editor, student council
After much preparation by the girls
Roberts, vice grand, presiding over the representative, class secretary, cheer
and their commissioners everyone hao
meeting. All reports were heard and leader, and assistant editor of the
a wonderful time. Cetch ’em county
school paper and yearbook. She was
won first place which included a very the sick reported upoi. Mildred Carr, also on the honor roll four years, and
president of the Three Links club gave
large sheet cake.
a report upon the meeting held at the a member of the newly organized
Candidates for Girls’ Nation selec
horn eof Mrs. Albert Julian near Scio. Honor society her senior year.
tion gave their speeches on Saturday.
She plans on higher education in
As this was the last meeting until
A court trial was held that afternoon
the field of home economics.
with Willamette university law stu-
the first fall meeting.
dents directing the girls.
Mr .and Mrs. Dell Drews have re
For the good of the order Mrs.
BOY’S WEARING APPAREI
to their home at Niagara after
sion a candlelight service was held
2 to 16 Years
in the Capital building Saturday eve- being a Rebekah for 70 years, having an extended visit in Kansas and Ar
ning. Group VI led the formation of joined in Michigan and now belongs kansas where they have been visiting
the Cross and a “GS” for Girls’ State. in Salem where she makes her home. relatives.
Lastly I’d like to say that Vespers Plans were also made and August
were held each evening with a dif 3rd the date set for a picnic for mem of the evening a pot luck luncheon
265 N. High. SAl.EM
ferent group of girls in charge each bers and their families. At the close I was served.
Stork Shower Given DeMars-Baker Wed
Mrs. David Bornhardt Friday at Springs
Scheduled July 15
Mrs. Rosella Haywood
Entertains Lucky 12
eo44f,QULc4cSTEN0G R A PH
W ïm » I
CAPITAL BUSINESS COLLEGE
Faith Rebekahs Plan
Picnic For August 3
When in Salem
Leia Mel Kelly Wins
BARBARA HALE '
The First Time
Wonderful comedy about a young
couple with their first baby.
Feature at 5:30, 7:30 Sunday
TUESDAY and WEDNESDAY
DICK POWELL and
TH I RSDAY. FRIDAY and
Two Terrific Adventure
— Plus —
Kids Matinee discontinued
Doors open at 7:20 P.M.
Complete show can be seen any
time up to 8:30
TUE ECY*S SECE
Next Time You Need
An Oil Change
MRS. J. H. JOHNSTON
The Hugh Johnston’s returned home
Friday from a vacation trip as far
j east as Chicago and other more north-
I ern points. They spent a few days
at Duluth, Minn., where they joined
j the Jack Christensen family and came
I with them as far as Billings, Mont.,
and from there, the Christensen’s went
■ by way of Portland and the Johnston’s
■ came on through eastern Oregon.
Jack Christensen drove a school bus
■ to Portland from Ohio.
i school district had purchased the new
j bus for Mari-Linn school transporta
Mr. and Mrs. George Clipfell were
host and hostess for a large group of
Salem friends at their “Fern Acres”
home in Fox Valley. A special chop
suey luncheon was enjoyed.
Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Kerr returned
to their home in Lyons Friday eve-'
ning. They occupied the Hugh John- j
| ston house while the Johnstons were
Orville Britton is moving his power,
saw shop to Mehama to be more cen- .
trally located in his territory.
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