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About The Mill City enterprise. (Mill City, Or.) 1949-1998 | View Entire Issue (July 10, 1952)
5—THE MILL CITY ENTERPRISE_________
Women’s Civic Club
Three Links Club Honors
Mrs. Chrissie Henderson
The Three Links met Tuesday eve
ning with Mrs. Bert Morris with a
covered dish dinner at 7 o’clock on
the beautiful lawn overlooking the
river. Later the meeting was called
in the living room, and dessert served
of home made ice cream and cake by
The honor guest of the evening was
Chrissie Henderson who is leaving for
eastern Oregon to make her home.
The Three Links members presented
her with a bone China cup, also she
received some beautiful hanrkerchiefs,
Mrs. Henderson has been a faithful
worker in the Rebecca lodge and Three
Links activities and will be greatly
Those enjoying the evening were
Dorothy Vail, Ida Fleetwood, Jennie
Davis, Goldie Rambo, Mel Robinson,
Mabie Veteto, Elsie Potter, Ruth Hess,
Ruby Brisbane, Bertha Baltimore,
Minnesota Society Picnic Blanche Syverson, Lettie Swan, Ra
chael Olmstead, Hattie Fencl, Gladys
At Jantzen Beach Park
Podrabsky, Eva Duffy, Alma Thomas,
The Minnesota State society will the honor guest Chrissie Henderson
hold their grand annual picnic at and the hostess, Clara Morris.
Jantzen Beach park, Sunday, July 27.
F. G. Quimby, president, is making
preparations for an attendance of over
Friends are in
vited. Free passes at gate.
Mrs. Runar Stone and daughter
Program at 2 p.m. includes Sher-| Jerry Lynn of San Francisco, arrived
man and Clay accordian band super-I yesterday by automobile to spent a
vised by Grace Whitehead. Governor week’s visit with her mother, Mrs.
McKay or representative will speak.
Introduction of presidents of other I Mrs. W. S. Swan of Napa, Calif.,
states' to follow. Prizes will be given is visiting at the home of Mrs. Arthur
to the largest three counties repre- i Catherwood.
The Christian and Presbyterian
ented—also largest family.
Detroit — Families and friends of
the Detroit Women's Civic club mem
bers will hold their annual potluck
picnic at the Mongold park on Sun
day, June 13 at one o’clock standard
Games and recreation for the chil
dren have been planned and will be
directed by Mrs. Brad Humphrey.
Woody Burgess will lead group sing
ing and entertain with his guitar.
Coffee and punch are to be served
but all attending the picnic are re
quested to bring food, dishes and sil
The committee in charge of arrange
ments includes Mrs. Harry Rutherford,
Mrs. Bob Manning and Mrs. Otto
Russell. In case of rain the picnic
will be held in the Hut at the park.
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Porter-Repp Wed at
St. Patrick’s Church
Lyons — Miss Virginia Porter,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Porter
of Mehama, and William Repp, son of
Mr. and Mrs. John Repp of Sublim
ity exchanged their wedding vows at
the St. Patrick’s Catholic church with
Rev. Father Schneider officiating,
Miss Annette Repp, sister of the
groom of Sublimity and Miss Ruth
Clason of Mehama were the brides
Stewart Clason seated the
guests. A reception was held follow
ing the wedding at the Rebekah hall.
Cutting the bride’s cake was Mrs.
Edith Rogers and Mrs. Leona Daven
port. Mrs. Goldie Peck presided at
the punch bowl, and Mrs. Albert
Seiger served the coffee.
wedding trip to Reno, the young
couple will be at home in Mehama.
churches will hold joint Sunday eve
ning services beginning this Sunday.
These services will be held in the Pres
byterian church July 13 to August 3
inclusive, with Rev. Streeter bringing
the messages. During the remainder
of August the meetings will be held
in the Christian church, with Minister
H. E. Jull in charge. All the serv
ices will begin at 8 p.m.
Mrs. Agness Allen received word
this week that her son Paul had ar
rived in London, where he is now as
signed to the armed forces of our
The Gay Nighters Dance club have
recessed for the summer. The first
dance in the fall will be September
19, at the Fire hall.
Mr. and Mrs. E. O. Hendficson of
San Leandro, Calif., are visiting this
week with Mr. Hendricson’s sister,
Miss Daisy Hendricson at her home.
Minister and Mrs. H. E. Jull, Wilma
and Ralph, returned last Thursday
from a three-week’s vacation trip to
Montana and Nebraska.
Mrs. Harold Pound is visiting her
son in Eugene for a week.
Mrs. Glen Schaer of. Gates enter
tained her old school-mate Mrs. G. A.
Fink and daughter Marjorie at her
home last Saturday. Mrs. Fink anu
daughter are visiting at her mother‘3
home in Mill City, Mrs. Emma Teters.
Mrs. Teters, Mrs. Clarence Johnson
and Mrs. Robert Lavon were Satur
day guests at the Schaer home.
Mrs. James Poole is employed at
the Mill City State bank.
RALEIGH HAROLD, Florist, open
Sundays and evenings, flowers tele
graphed anywhere. Funaral sprays,
planters, pot plants, corsages, wed
dings, also shrdbs and landscaping.
319 W. Washington, Stayton. Phone
Sam Delany and son of Hood River
spent a few days with the W. H. Davis
Mrs. Dell Smith left Monday for
Pacific Grove, Calif., to attend the
funeral of her sister, Mrs. Florence
Donnell, a former resident of Gates.
Miss Eleanor Simmers of Portland
and Carl Carlson of the U. S. Air
Corps stationed at Moses Lake, Wash.,
visited her mother Mrs. Bert Morris
over the weekend.
Mrs. Smith was joined by a brother
from Portland and a sister from Al
bany, who made the trip together to
Mrs. J. E. Lindermayer of Eureka,
Calif., visited a few days with her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lee Dike. Mrs.
Dike who has been ill, is slightly im
Mr. and Mrs. Bud Mattson, Kathy
and Jan and Phillip Goble celebrated
the Fourth at Mollala.
Mr. and Mrs. James Rose and chil
dren visited the Art Robison family
over the holidays who recently moved
to eastern Oregon.
Mr. and Mrs. Lowell Stiffler and
children, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Hyden,
and children and Mrs. George Steffy
I picnicked on the river Wednesday eve
Mr. and Mrs. Delbert Daniels and
three children of Olympia, Wash.,
stopped for a short visit at the Ed
Cooke and Don Peterson homes Tues
day. They were traveling through on
their vacation to California.
Daniels is a cousin of Mrs. Cooke and
Mr. Peterson. Mr. Daniels is pastor
of the Olympia Christian church.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Farris, former
residents here and employed on the |
Detroit dam as an engineer are due i
| to arrive at Bombay, India, Saturday,
July 12 by plane. They stopped over I
in London on their way, and will be
¡employed on construction engineering
I in India.
Mr. and Mrs. George Veteto spent I
the holidays at Klamath, Calif., taking
their granddaughter Sharon Gray who |
is spending the summer with her aunt
: at Klamath.
Mrs. Ernie Brown is helping Mrs,
i Kellom this week in Kellom’s grocery
during the absence of Mrs. Dell Smith j
1952 POLIO PRECAUTIONS
SUNDAY and MONDAY
JANE RUSSELL and
The Las Vegas
Feature at 5:30, 7:30 Sunday
TUESDAY and WEDNESDAY
DAVID WAYNE and
TOM EWELL. a«
WILLIE and JOE
THURSDAY, FRIDAY and
BUT DO -
RECOMMENDED BY THE NATIONAL FOUNDATION FOR INFANTILE PARALYSIS
Seven-year-old Karen Blecha enacts 1952 polio precautions
recommended by the National Foundation for Infantile Paralysis.
When polio is around, the National Foundation cautions parents
to watch for these signs: headache, fever, sore throat, upset stom
ach. tenderness and stiffness of neck and back. A person showing
such symptoms should be put to bed at once, away from others.
Then, call your doctor and follow his advice. If polio is diagnosed,
call your local chapter of the March of Dimes for advice and
assistance, including needed financial help.
who was called to California for the
funeral of her sister, Mrs. Folrence
Mr. and Mrs. Bob Fields of Bend
attended the funeral of A. F. Cather
wood. The Fields were former resi
dents of Mill City.
Ed Kellom, proprietor of Kellom’s
grocery collapsed in his store last
Wednesday. He is confined to his
home under his doctor’s care.
Mrs. George Stewart and son Merle
drove to Tyhe valley to visit Mrs.
Stewart’s sister over the holidays.
Minister and Mrs. H. E. Jull will
take a load of young people to the
Christian Youth Camp at Silver Creek
Falls Sunday afternoon, and remain
for the week. Mrs. Jull will assist in
the kitchen, and Mr. Jull will serve
as camp manager.
Dr. Lawrence Remus, will become
associated with the Dr. William H.
Burrell dental office starting Monday,
July 14. Come in for appointments.
Mrs. Elsie Potter and Mrs. Mildred
Allen spent the holidays at Roads End.
Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Swan, John
Swan and George Stewart attended
the Water pageant at Bendon the
Fourth of July.
Mr. and Mrs. Arey Podrabsky re
turned home last week from a lengthy
visit to points east as far as Minne
Mr. and Mrs. Jim Poole and John
Slagle drove in to Washington to the
home of Mr. Slagle’s parents and en
joyed some fishing over the Fourth.
Mr. and Mrs. Jim O’Leary attended
the ball games in Portland Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Walkup enter
tained Mr. and Mrs. Jay Palmer, Mrs.
Warey Wallace and Arthur Palmer
from Albany Sunday afternoon at
The Christian Women’s Fellowship
met Wednesday with Mrs. E. K. Fish.
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Sublimity, four; West Stayton-Aums-
ville, one; Scio, one; and four at large.
The director may qualify for serv
ice by living in the area or by having
his principal business in the area,
The amendments were presented to
the directors by J. C. Kimmell of
Mill City, vice president, Acceptance
was by unanimous vote of the di
Filing of five suits for collection
of delinquent amounts due to the San
tiam Memorial hospital corporation
was authorized by the hospital’s board
of directors Tuesday evening.
The committee on delinquent ac
counts reported excellent response to
its recent appeals for payment of past-
due accounts; but, since the corpora
tion must keep funds coming in con
stant flow, the directors were unani
mous in feeling that legal steps must
be taken in some instances wherein
requests for payment have been re
peatedly ignored or refusal to pay has
been made without justification.
The building committee, of which
T. G. Freres is chairman, reported ex-
celent progress is being made on the
hospital construction job, with pros
pects good of completing it earlier
This situation also
pointed up an increased demand for
prompt collection of pledges which are
in the form of promissory notes.
Mrs. E. D. Cooke was the program
chairman, and Mrs. H. E. Jull led the
devotionals. Visitors were Mrs. Cleah
Fink of Klickitat, Wash., and Mrs.
Connie Stone of San Francisco. The
next meeting will be held August 13
at the home of Mrs. Eathel Hill.
Doors open at 7:20 P.M.
Complete show can be seen any
time up to 8:30
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