The Mill City enterprise. (Mill City, Or.) 1949-1998, October 16, 1952, Page 8, Image 8

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    County Libraries
Prove Stimulating
HUCKLEBERRY FINN
October 16, 1952
6—THE MILL CITY ENTERPRISE
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The small library with very little
money is seldom able to buy enough
books to stimulate and hold the in*
terest of readers.
Librarians and
board members in Linn county are
aware of this fact which is true every-
where, not only in Oregon.
It was a California librarian who
wrote, "The small library usually has
such limited funds that its book col­
lection quickly becomes stale. But its
readers may want books on any one
of a hundred subjects—books that a
large library easily supplies. The li­
braries in an area with county service [ a great saving in time and money 1 Eva Bressler, Alma Olmstead and
have access to its larger resources and I This saving might enable the library Ethel Huffman will be in charge,
Mrs. Jim Crowell received word
services. Any book in the system car. to keep open longer hours so that
be available.
The opportunity to more readers could make greater use Thursday of the serious injury of her
enjoy the benefits of the county li­ of all the books, both the library’s I son, Manfred Boggs, PR3, who was in-
brary at small cost has proved a boon own permanent collection and those ! jured in a motorcycle accident and is
to the small town library, which is from the county which may be ex-1 1 in the naval hospital at Fortmouth, Va
thus assured a constant freshening of changed for new titles as often as the
Recent visitors at the home of Mrs.
its collection with books from a county library wishes.
| Alice Huber were her son-in-law and
The county library would thus pro­ daughter, Mr. and Mrs. George Keeley
library."
A former Oregon state librarian, vide the added resources which would of Portland, also Mr. and Mrs. B. C.
Miss Long, put it this way, “A library make ‘the city library of increasing Cochran, who accompanied them.
must be a constantly growing collec­ value to all users.
Sen. Warren Gill of Lebanon will
tion, in which the best of the new ap
be the guest speaker at the meeting
pears with the best of the old, in
of the Mari-Linn PTC club at the
which children are exposed to the
Mari-Linn school house Tuesday eve­
many fine children’s books, where men
ning, Oct. 14, at 8 p.m, He will talk
and women may find the best book,
on the “Holy Bill.”
Mrs. E. L. Roye, assisted by Mrs.
on al) subjects, and where the librarian i
Charles Hiatt of Redmond, brother
knows not only how to buy books, but ; Alex Bodeker, was hostess for the ' of Elmer Hiatt, is spending several
how to get them into the hands of the . meeting of the Women’s Society of i days with relatives in Lyons. He also
people.
Service such as this costs , Christian Service, held at the commu* visited at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
money, and we know that the small | nity hall Tuesday afternoon.
Carl Winzer in Mehama.
Mrs. Alice Huber was in charge of
community standing alone can not af­
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Fuller and
ford it. The solution lies in co-opera­ the business meeting, with Mrs. Geo. family of Sweet Home have moved to
Huffman, secretary, and Mrs. Alex the Fred Lindemann house across the
tion."
“With a county library,” says a , Bodeker, worship leader.
street from the Variety store. Mr
Ohio librarian, “each library shares in
Plans were made for the coming Fuller is employed for the M and M
the benefits of the co-operative county months, with Oct. 24, the date set for company.
system, each has its own permanent the smorgasbord dinner, which will
Mrs. Jerry Lyons and son, Larry,
book collection, plus the use of a cor> be held at the community hall. Mrs. are visiting at the home of her brother-
stantly rotating county collection.”
I-eonard Cruson was appointed chair­ in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Ellis
All this could be enjoyed by the sil man of foods.
Hall, at Los Angeles, Calif.
public libraries in Linn county out
Mrs. Glen Julian will be in charge
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Christenson had
side of Albany if a county library of the tables, and Mrs. Clyde Bressler, as their guests over the weekend, Mr.
were established here.
publicity chairman.
and Mrs. Rod Gough from Seattle, Wn.
Guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. and Verna, also their son and daugh­
November 14 is the date set for the
Collections of county books would
be delivered to these libraries, prob annual bazaar, with committees to Sam Bridges are her parents, Mr. and ter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Sieg
Mrs. Phil Geisen from Sidney, Mont., and daughter Slstan, from Onamia,
ably by bookmobile, all ready to lend be appointed later.
Mrs. Rinke Feenstra gave a report who arrived in Lyons Sunday evening, j Minn., have moved to the Clipfell
to readers. In addition, the city li­
brarian could call on county head on the seminar meeting held at Falls I Mrs. Clare Lee of Eugene, mother house in Fox Valley, recently vacated
At the close of the meeting of Mr. Bridges, also is a guest. The by Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth McCall, who
quarters for any additional material City.
needed by readers, as well as for as­ Mrs. Roye and Mrs. Bodeker served group enjoyed a trip to the Peterson have gone to Nevada. Mrs. Andrew
Sieg is a sister of Mrs. Herman Free.
refreshments to Mesdames Ed Har­ Rock Gardens near Bend.
sistance with he- problems.
Members and friends of the Lyons
The city library would continue, greaves, Clyde Bressler, Virgil Rog­ Jerry Lyons of Lyons has shipped
exactly as at present, to be complete­ ers, I^onard Cruson, Rinke Feenstra, out with the CBI for Jamaica. He Methodist church have received word
ly independent, with its own library Joe Zimmerman, George Huffman, expectstobe there six weeks or two | of the death of Rev. W. J. Hamilton of
Portland.
Rev. Hamilton, who was
board, librarian, local support and its ; Chester Roy, Oscar Naue, Floyd Bas- months.
Mrs. Jack Christenson, Mrs. Wayne pastor here in 1941, died at the Sacred
sett, Alice Huber, Ella McCoy and Inez
own permanent book stock.
Ransom and Mrs. Percy Hiatt were Heart hospital in Eugene.
The additional books from the Ring.
The regular meeting of Faith Re- Thursday business callers in Eugene
Frances Garsjo and Gladys Stiffler
county library would mean a larger,
Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Sieg, Donald , were hostesses for the Lyons Garden
richer, more varied selection with fre­ bekah lodge was held Wednesday eve-
club meeting, held at the Community
quent enough changes to maintain the ning at the hail, with Zona Sischo,
hall Wednesday afternoon.
interest of even the more omniverou, noble grand, presiding over the busi­
The business meeting was presided
readers. Then too they come all ready ness meeting.
over by Laura Neal, president, with
Plans were discussed for the first
to lend to the reader. The librarian
Frances Garsjo, secretary.
It was
and book committee, accustomed to all of December, when the president of
voted to sponsor the Brownie troop
the work of ordering, accessioning, the Rebekah assembly will pay her
of the Girl Scouts, and to give them
cataloging, processing and later re­ official visit. Zona Sischo and Lois
house plants to care for this winter.
pairing their own book purchases, ar* Myers served refreshments at the so-
At the next meeting a school of
•pared all this with the county books. cial hour. For the Oct. 25 meeting
A new form of political holding com­
instruction
will be held to help them
pany has been uncovered in Texas,
one which can control both major po­ with the care, soil, planting and trans­
planting.
litical parties. The Eisenhower drive
Beth Prideaux, one of the Scout
to carry Texas and split the South i*
leaders,
was a guest of the afternoon.
allegedly being masterminded from
Present
for the meeting were Gladys
1405 N. Front St.
SALEM. ORE.
the Dallas law office of Lane and
Kuiken, Madeline Nuttieman, Mary
Savage, according to the New News­
Salem Phones:
Lyons Phone:
Loose, Mattie Stout, Celen Taylor,
paper Service. The senior partner is
149
2-1924; Night 2 4417
Mae Patton, Gertrude Weidman. Mabel
< Alvin Lane, Texas GOP state chair­
Downing, Nina O’Neil, Clare Feenstra,
man; the junior partner is Wallace
HAULING AND MOVING HEAVY MACHINERY
Alice Huber, Gladys Stiffler, Frances
j Savage, Texas Democratic party chai»
and Mill Equipment Up To 25 Tons
Garsjo and Laura Neal.
man. Both are working for the Re-
Including D8 and HD14 Cats, and *«-yard ahovela.
Alvin Garrison is confined to his
publicans.
The firm is busily en-
home
with what might have been more
Complete Rigging Outfit, Winch Trucks, Low-bed Trailer»
' gaged in its unified, double-action po-
serious injuries, which he received
litical maneuvering, its income is dw
while at work at the Manthe planer
rived from several oil companies. The mill.
His arm was caught, pulling
two Texas chairmen of the major
him into the rolls. At first it was
parties say they see nothing strange
feared his arm was broken, as well
about their intimate relationship I
as other bones. He was rushed to
After all, they say, they are seeking the doctor, where no bones were found
the same goal, and we might add .
broken.
they are both financed by the same
in 3 out of 4 cases
outfits.
• • w
in doctors’tests!
The National Farmers Union sued
the Utah Farm Bureau for libel after
• Here's wonderful news for
women and girls who — each
the Farm Bureau referred to the union
month — suffer the tortures of
as ” 'Communist
i
dominated" in a po
•'bad days" of functionally-
litical
attack.
Last week a federal
caused menstrual cramps and
pain — headaches, backaches,
court jury ordered the Farm Bureau
and those "no-guod," dragged-
to pay the National Farmers Union
out feelings.
127,000 for its smear attack. James
It's news about a medicine
Patton, president of the union, says
famous for relieving such suf­
the money will be used to extend their
fering !
work in Utah. Says Patton: “If this
Here is the exciting news.
Haw lydia Pinkham', warkt
Lydia E Pinkham's Vegetable
suit has in any small measure con­
It ho* a calming" and »ooiAlna
Compound — gave complete or
effect on the uterus . . . quiefin,
tributed to slowing up the use of the
striking relief of such distress
the eontrocttomi < see the chert »
smear technique, we are naturally
that Mt olten <-ause menetrual
la an average of 3 out of 4 of
pain, cramp,, other dUtreu
pleased.”
the cases in doctors' tests!
• • •
Salentiflcally Modarn Actian
General Eisenhower, president of
the nervousness and tension,
Tea! Lydia Pinkham's has
Columbia University, got a double jolt
weakness. Irritability — and
been proved to be scientifically
pain—so often associated with
from the students of his university.
modern tn action!
"those days"!
The Columbia student paper came out
This news will not surprise
Remember Lydia Pinkham's,
editorially
for Governor Stevenson.
the thousands of women and
too — if you're suffering the
girls who take Lydia Pinkham s
Shortly
afterwards,
the editorial board
"hot flashes" and other func­
regularly and know the relief it
members of the Barnard College Bul­
tionally-caused distress of
can bring.
• change of life."
letin. published by the women's divi­
And It should encourage you
Oet Lydta Pinkham’s Com­
sion of Columbia, came out 5 to 1 in
<if you're not taking Lydia
pound or new. improved Tab­
support
of Stevenson. With the girls
Pinkham's> to see if your ex­
lets with added iron »trial size
perience doesn t match theirs
who know their Cet era! best, it's Adlai
only 59<>. Start taking Lydia
. .. to see if you. too, don't avoid
Pinkham s today!
I to 1.
IT»S AMAZING!
LYONS
FRANK
EDWARDS
Says:
Salem Heavy Hauling & Equipment Co.
Pains, distress of “those days’’ stopped
or amazingly relieved
E duc M'0H f 0R
FOR SCHOOL DISTRICT
REORGANIZATION
Sarah H. Knot. See , 1006 Broadway Bld, . Portland
— GET YOUR QUALITY JOB PRINTING AT THE ENTERPRISE —
IMdteMMtMKS
THE COMMERCIAL BOOK STORE
SALEM
141 N. Commercial St.
PboM »-4AM
Has Everything for Tour
OFFICE NEEDS
Furniture and Bookkeeping Supplies
Never
a Dull Moment
“At the Bottom of the Hill”
MILL CITY TAVERN
WEINHARD
FORME!
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