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t—THE MILL CITY ENTERPRISE
October 23. 1952
MILL CITY Child Health Conference
Plans Blood Bank
A Cub Pack meeting will be held
Monday. Oct. 27, at 7:30 in the high
A fiumber of matters of importance school for giving out awards and the
were brought up for discussion and initiation of new members. Parents
settlement at the regular monthly J and friends are invited to participate
meeting last Thursday of the Santiara in the meeting.
Memorial hospital women's auxiliary
Mrs. Lawrence Baird, and three
in the Stayton city hall.
children, Gloria. Jen and Melody, of
Plans were completed for the blood ( Myrtle Creek, came Thursday'eve-
with EvangeHst ’ Baird
A bridal shower honoring Mrs. Gene bank which will come to Stayton twice i ning to
Friends of Mr. and Mrs. Charles
Powelson, former residents of Gates Gibson, the former Miss Mary How annually. ’ The first visit is scheduled durinK the closing days of thp revjval
rrnm .X 3 to
tn 8 X r» p.m
have received word of the marriage ard, was given at Mon & Pop’s cafe for November
meeting at the Mill City Christian
More than 200 donors must be se church. They returned home Sunday.
of their daughter, Miss La Veta Rose i Wednesday, Oct. 15 at 8 p.m. Those
to Vernon Duane McFadden at St ' present were: Mrs. Charles Sullivan, cured to make the blood mobile trip
A reception will be held Sunday
Mary’s church in Corvallis, Saturday, Mrs. Bessie Lyons, Mrs. Clyde Golden, worth while. Donors will be solicited after the evening service by the local
I Mrs. Dewey Flatman, Mrs. Leland in this and the Lyons’ area.
Christian church for all new members
It was planned that blood donors received during the recent revival
The bride is a graduate of the Gates Kaplinger, Mrs. Ray Case. Mrs. Pat
high school and has been employed I Ader, Mrs. Leonard Herman, Mrs. would be contacted principally meeting.
at the Oregon State college since her Marvel Anderson, Mrs. Roy Gibson, through business offices and through
Evangelist Lawrence Baird of
Mrs. Evelyn Pugh is Myrtle Creek, who had been conduct
graduation wtih the class of 1951. He and Miss Phyllis Gibson.
Those sending gifts but were unable acting chaiiman for the blood bank, ing a revival meeting at the local
was a student at the Mill City high
school, and is now at Oregon State ' to attend were: Mrs. Edna Hutche and gave her report at the meeting, Christian church, left by plane from
college. They will be at home after son, Mrs. Percy Mulligan, Mrs. Geo, The Rainbow Girls in Stayton have Salem Sunday afternoon to begin a
October 24 at 3261 Jackson St., Cor Veteto, Mrs. Gladys Asbell-Scio, Don volunteered their help at the canteen. , similar meeting at Port Angeles,
Members at the meeting established | Wash., that evening.
nie and Gary Roberts. Mrs. Bill Rich
ards, Mrs. John Muir, Mrs. Bill Vin an honorary membership roll of the
Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Chance and
ton, Mrs. George Stewart, Mrs. Al ol ard of directors Auxiliary; making ' Deborah, left with their trailer last
Shelton, Mrs. Bill Timm, Mrs. Ruth it possible for inactive members tc I Sunda7‘for California"'where"Kenneth
Johnson, Mrs. James Swan, Mrs. John attend meetings at anytime, however, has found employment.
I Swan, Mrs. Harry Wood, Mrs. Syble Mrs, W. E. Weddle, president of thr
RALEIGH HAROLD, Florist, open
j Walczek, Mrs. Howard Farmer, Mrs. Auxiliary, explained that everyone is Sundays and evenings, flowers tele
Byron Davis, Miss Evelyn Johnston, welcome at any of the meetings.
graphed anywhere. Funeral sprays,
It was decided that a committee planters, pot plants, corsages, wed
Mrs. Mabel Baltimore, Mrs. Buck
Delano of Detroit, and Mrs. Earl Con- from the Auxiliary membership, othet dings, also shrubs and landscaping.
than board members, would be asked 319 W. Washington, Stayton. Phone
ness of Jefferson.
to serve lunch to the hospital board 13684.
of directors when they meet at the
Mr. and Mrs. Warren Howe and
sons Larry and Bobby of Roseburg
Mrs. Bertha Vanderhoff hospital building on November 3.
After a general discussion concern W'ere weekend guests at the home of
Entertains Lucky Twelve ing window blinds for the hospital, Mrs. Nora Goodwin of Mill City and
Mrs. Bertha Vanderhoff entertained members recommended draw drapet Mr. and Mrs. Roland Berry of Gates.
Mr. and Mrs. Adolf Breuner from
her associates of the Gates Lucky rather than blinds. It was thought
Twelve Pinochle club at her horn« that most of the drapes would be Woodburn Heights have moved to
Thursday. The hostess served fruit donated by the various organization! Mill City recently. N. J. Bruener is
in the communities. Some clubs al employed at the Detroit dam. Mr.
jello and snowballs to her guests
Mrs. Rose Haywood displayed a ready have asked about furnishing and Mrs. Bruener are parents of Mrs.
stroke of pinochle finesse by a win curtains for a room.
Welcomed to the auxiliary as nen
Rev. and Mrs. Noble Streeter were
of first place. The magic wand of
Prineville last week where Rev.
luckdipped to Mrs. Millie Wood with
Streeter officiated at funeral services
the lucky pinochle. Edna Duval wai and Mrs. Clayton Baltimore.
Members present were: Mrs. W. E. for his cousin, William Streeter, 40,
hoisted out of the deths of pinochlt
Mrs. Ear) Allen, Mrs. G. W. who was shot in a hunting accident
despair by the award of a low prize.
DeJarden, Mrs. T. G. Freres, Mrs. on his own farm and died several
Kenneth Hanson, Mrs. Percy Hiatt, days later, it was thought to be, from
Mrs. George Huffman, Mrs. J. C. loss of blood. Mr. Streeter is sur
Kimmel, Mrs. Evelyn Pugh, Mrs. vived by his wife and four children.
Sylvia Hinricks, Mrs. Clayton Balti-
Frank “Red” Stovall, who has been
more, Mrs. Byron Shuck, Mrs. John operating the second hand store for
Teters, and Mrs. Arlo Tuers
almost two years is moving to The
The next meeting of the auxiliary | Dalles where his store is being com-
will be held Thursday afternoon Nov- | pleted within a few days. Mr. and
ember 21 in the Stayton city hall.
. Mrs. Stovall and sons came here from
Mr. and Mrs. Don Henness of Seat
tle, who were enroute to California,
stopped in Gates over Saturday night
I at the home of Mr. Henness’ parents,
Twenty-five members of the Salem ! Mr. and Mrs. Lincoln Henness.
Chamber of Commerce toured Detroit | Derrel Farman of Cottage Grove
Will be at his Mill City office in the Jenkins Building
dam last week under the direction | returned Sunday after a week’s stay
Thursday afternoons 1 to 6 p.m.
Harry Rutherford, resident engi here visiting his mother, Mrs. Guy
Also Thursday evenings by Appointment
Forest service personnel visiting I Mrs. Ernest Graham returned last
HOME OFFICE: 313 W. FIRST, ALBANY
the Detroit ranger station this week | week from a week’s trip to San Fran-
were Bill McDonald of the Portland | cisco, where she visited her daughter,
regional office accompanying Ward Miss Irma Graham.
Mrs. A. J. Namialos and daughter
Gano and Mr. Webb of Missoula,
Mont. The Montana visitors are in-!---------
Frances is at-
terested in changes brought about by from Philadelphia, .
the Detroit dam because a similar tending high school. I he Namialos
project is planned for their territory i are relatives of C. E. Stewart of
Detroit parents who wish to take ' Mr. and Mrs. Chet Ferguson and
advantage of the free health exami I two sons are moving this week to
nations available for children of this Seattle, Wash., where he has accepted
area are urged to contact Mrs. R. C. employment in an office there. Fer
Haseman of Idanha for appointments guson has been employed in the en
on October 28.
> gineering department at the Detroit
Miss Ruth Wentzel has been re-l dam. Ferguson has been active in
NEW RETAIL LOCATION:
leased from the Salem hospital where local softball circles and served as
has been recovering from injuries commissioner for this district in the
East City Limits on Highway 222
received in an automobile accident two , state softball league,
5« Phone 3215
Mr. and Mrs. Bill Shufford brought Mr. and Mrs. Lou Schultz, Mrs.
home two deer from a hflnting trip Dean’s aunt and uncle. Joining them
in a family reunion were Mrs. Annie
in eastern Oregon.
The Pruitt contracting company has Seeger, her son and family, Mr. and
completed a roofing job at the Marion Mrs. Delbert Seeger and children,
: Francis and Nancy of Salem, and Mrs.
Three band groups are practicing Hulda Maves, Salem.
Mr. and Mrs. Irving Steers and
weekly on Wednesdays at the school
under the direction of Roy Shelton daughter Nancy spent the weekend
The groups are divided in Seaside wtih relatives.
Other visitors at the Dean home
into beginners, grade school and high
school bands. - •
, last week
__ were Mrs. Dean’s _ parents,
San Francisco visitors at the How- Mr. and Mrs. Ed Wert of Cottage
ard Dean home last weekend were Grove.
For VICE PRESIDENT
Powelson-McFadden Bridal Shower Given
Married at Corvallis Mrs. Gene Gibson
All Building Supply
Kelly Lumber Sales
Scheduled, October 28
Stevenson & Sparkman
Walter A. Swanson
FOR CONGRESS, Ith Dist.
Edith S. Green
FOR SECRETARY OF STATE
FOR STATE TREASURER
Robert Y. Thornton
FOR ATTORNEY GENERAL
LINN COUNTY CANDIDATES —
Dan W. Poling
FOR STATE REPRESENTATIVES
Glenn W. Huston
FOR COUNTY CORONER
Pol. Adv. paid for by Linn County Democratic Central Committee,
Anna D. S. Pratt, Treas.. Lebanon
* Obligated to no one but the
* Make public all business of the
* Stop Favoritism.
* Better business methods for the
* County equipment purchases should
be made by competitive bid.
* Equitable consideration of the
Marion County CAN Haie Better Roads
Without Raising Taxes
Elect.... P. W. Hale
Paid Pol. Adv. by P. W. Hale, Salem, Ore.
SUNDAY and MONDAY
STEW \RT GR INGER and
Feature at 5:15, 7:30 Sunday
g TUESDAY and WEDNESDAY
GREGORY PECK and
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Levon were
recent visitors in Portland, a cons
bined business and pleasure trip
Mrs. Cecila Miller, who makes het
home with her daughter, Mrs. Velma
Carey, returned to Gates last week
following a summer vacation spent
in Montana with her sister.
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Millsap ac
companied Mr. and Mrs, Melbourne
Rambo and two children of Mill City,
to Madras Sunday. They visited Mr.
and Mrs. Edmund Klecker.
guests present were Mr. and Mra
Dorland Swan and baby daughter, of
Mrs. Laura Joaquin returned Satua
day from Roseburg where she had
spent a week as guest of her daugb
Sunday guests of Mrs. Lillie Lake
and her father, L. T. Henness were
Mr. and Mrs. Forest Nydigger and
Mrs. Vaughn Hunt, their daughter,
of Lyons, Mrs. Bud Schroeder of Till
amook, Mrs. Clyde Schreoder and in
fant son and Mr. and Mrs. Lincolt
Kid’s Matinee—2 p.m. Saturday
Shirley Temple in ‘Seabiscuit’
I’m a mess!
Doors open at 7:20 P.M.
Complete show can be seen any
time up to 8:30
ANTHONY DEXTER and
FRIDAY and SATURDAY
William Powell in
In Technicolor — Plus —
Ozzie Nelson Family in
For Guaranteed Cleaning
No pop. I only lay a couple of eggs
a week. I eat and eat, but I’m
always ravenously hungry.
Sounds like worms to me, old
girl. And that reminds me, it’s high
time the flock was getting that fall
worming with Nicozine.
Nicozine contains nicotine and
PTZ. Destroys large roundworms
and cecal worms. Birds eat it
with a little feed. For individual
treatment, use Nicozine Tabs.
Same as the regular Nicozine ex
cept in tablet form. Nicozine
costs only lc or less per bird.
Close« at • P.M.
and »heeling, due to
Bronchial Aathma or ilmple Bronchitis
ruin your Bleep and energy without trying
MENDACO. Work» through your blood to
help looeen and remove thick, stransUag
mucus Thu» uaually allay» coughing which
permit» freer breathing and »ounder »leap.
Oet MXNDACO under money back guar
antee at druggists.
Witsey Music House
of Salem and Corvallis
Announce the Opening
Vote for Progress!
Idanha—The date of the next child
health conference is October 28 when
Dr. W. J. Stone and Miss Etta Mae
Detaring of the Marion county health
department will give free health ex
aminations at the Mill City grade
Parents of children in the Detroit
and Idanha area are urged to call
Mrs. R. C. Haseman for appoint
ments. Lack of interest in the health
conference may result in cancellation
of the program, according to Mrs.
of an Accredited School of Music in
Lyons at the Mari-Linn School
Private instruction and Bands for the Youngest Beginner to
the Advanced Professional Player.
APPROVED FOR VETERAN TRAINING
There Are No Contracts or Obligations—
We RENT Accordions, Marimbas, and Guitars at reasonable
rates, while you determine your interest and ability to play.
DECIDE TODAY —Phone Salem 3-71K6
or mail following information—all periods will be
taken by November 1st:
To Wiltsey Music House
1630 N. 20th St., Salem. Ore.
Have you studied this instrument before?