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About The Mill City enterprise. (Mill City, Or.) 1949-1998 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 30, 1952)
names and addresses in to the San-
tiam Memorial hospital office, Stay
children accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. ton, Ore.
Willa Loucks, Roberta Loucks, Bar
Albert Millsap of Gates motored to
Madras Sunday where they visited at bara Podrabsky and Ralph Jull at
Word has been received in Mill City the home of the Edmund Kleckere, tended a Christian Endeavor rally at
and the the Crabtree Christian church last
that Willis Laine, a former resident former Stayton residents,
Sunday afternoon. Minister and Mrs.
daughter of the Millsaps.
here, is hospitalized in Sweet Home
Jull, after dropping the young people
for treatment. I-aVine has been a i
off at the rally, drove to Lebanon to
resident of Sweet Home for the past who are interested in work and Nurses visit at the Joe Vaughan home.
Aid training at the Santiam Mem
Mrs. C. A. Bruder returned home
Mr. and Mrs. M. G. Rambo and two - orial hospital are asked to send their last weekend after spending several
days in a Salem hospital. Her condi
tion is reported as still quite serious.
George Ditto, Iryl Plymale and
Obligated to no one but the
H. E. Jull attended the dis
trict meeting of the Ninety and Nine
Make public all business of the
Men’s organization at the Silverton
Christian church Monday evening.
AN INVITATION—You are cordi
ally invited to an open house at the
Better business methods for the
Christian church parsonage, Sunday,
Nov. 9, two to five p.m., in honor of
the 25th wedding anniversary of min
County equipment purchases should
ister and Mrs. Hugh E. Jull.
be made by competitive bid.
Equitable consideration of the
Dr. Mark Hammericksen has moved
his optometrist offices from Mill City
to Stayton this week and beginning
next Thursday afternoon 1 to 6 p.m.
he will be found in the offices oc
cupied by Dr. Victor J. Myers, chi-
ropratic physician, located in the Post
Office building on the second floor.
Dr. Hammericksen invites all his
friends and patients to visit him in
his new location, where he will be
ready to serve them in the future as
in the past.
Paid Pol. Adv. by P. W. Hale, Salem, Ore.
J. B. Love is also hospitalized this
past week. He has lived here the
past two years. He is suffering an
attack of the flu.
Robert Keyes, Donna Nelson and
Joan Johnson, members of the Mill
City high school annual and paper
staffs were in Eugene last Friday
and Saturday attending the Oregon
Scholastic Press conference at the
University of Oregon.
they met many friends, among them
was Gary Peterson, a member of last
year’s staff and writer of the Hi-Lites
column during last school year.
“At the Bottom of the Hill”
The Cub scouts Monday were
around the city hanging paper Lib
erty Bells on doorknobs reminding
voters to get out and vote.
Monday night the Scouts will again
bi it IUUIIU3
more bells for
the doors—they urge you i not to for-
get to get out and vota.
October 30, 1952
•—THE MILL CITY ENTERPRISE
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Confused about Milk?
This will help you vote
what you believe
If you are FOR
If you are AGAINST
RICHER MILK... LOWER PRICES
THE MILK CONTROL LAW
332 YES will restore competition and
remove arbitrary limits on butterfat.
332 YES will repeal ill state controls ex
cept farmer price protection and butterfat
labeling. Milk cleanliness is protected by
special federal, state and city laws.
332 YES will restore our declining dairy
industry, allow it to grow with our popu
lation. Our supply of pure milk will
332 YES will remove these powers of the
FARM PRICE PROTECTION
Marion County CAN Have Better Roads
—to dictate which farmers shall sell milk
and how much.
332 YES will protect farm prices, based
on cost of milk production. No longer will
producers hive to take what is left after
retail prices have been fixed and distribu
tors have been guaranteed their profits.
Without Raising Taxes
Elect.... P. W. Hale
—to say who shall engage in the milk
business and where.
—to prop up retail prices and cut down
COMMISSIONER - MARION COUNTY
a Dull Moment
MILK PRODUCTION AND MARKETING ACT BILL—Purpose: Authorizes
governor to appoint niilk control administrator, an instrumentality of
state, with annual salary of »7200, vested with power to investigate
supervise and regulate the production of milk for human consumption
within the state Act requires butterfat labeling of milk and licensing of
milk dealers. Appropriates license fees for expense of administration.
Authorizes administrator to designate marketing areas, require uniform
records and accounts to be kept by producers and dealers, fix minimum
milk production prices after public hearing, and require bonds of milk
dealers. Appeals are provided (or and penalties for violations, all existing
milk control laws are repealed.
Vote YES or NO
332^^ Yea. I vote for the proposed law.
No. I vote against the proposed law.
P.id Adv.. Aftli.i.d Milk C«»p.ign ( omiiiwi
Oregon. Mrs. Irra« Taylor. 426 Park Building, Portland. Oregon.
MILL CITY TAVERN
W£ CAN'T athhw
to let them cripple
county & state fairs
and other agricultural shows
TOP GRAPE FOODS
Girods Super Market
IF they push through the anti-pari-mutuel
On the Highway at STAYTON
racing bill, these things will happen ...
S & W GLACE CAKE MIX
2— County fairs will suffer!
FISHER S CAKE ELOUR
3— Personal rights will be taken away!
Racing can and will move to Washington!
HERBY’S CHILI CON ( ARNE
1-lb. can 27c
RADISHES and GREEN
Del Monte Pumpkin
1— Your taxes will go up, an average of $7.27 per homeowner and
if you own a farm, it will be lots more!
SURE YOU VOTE 327 X NO
3 cans 50c
"THE 36 COUNTY FAIRS AND
PICNICS. SUGAR CURED,
CAMPBELL’S BEEF NOODLE
3 cans RQC
RIB STEAKS. Commercial, lb
OTHER AGRICULTURAL SHOWS HAVE
PARI-MUTUEL REVENUES —1952
STATE GENERAL FUND
38 COUNTY FAIRS @ »12.800 EACH
THE 10 SPECIALTY SHOWS;
Oregon State Fair.............
Pacific International Livestock Show
Eastern Oregon Livestock Show ....
Mid-Columbia Livestock Show..........
Northwest Turkey Show...................
Klamath Ba^in Round-Up.................
Spring Lamb and Dairy Show...........
Oregon State Corn Show...................
Pacific Coast Turkey Exhibit...........
5 000 00
2 500 00
»104 800 00
DOM'T 1er TMÍM mu KAC/HC KtVlHUlS!