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About The Mill City enterprise. (Mill City, Or.) 1949-1998 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 6, 1952)
S—THE MILL CITY ENTERPRISE
Mill City PTA Plan
For Nov. 12 Meet
Miss Joan Johnson
To Be Wed Nov. 29
Mrs. Roger Nelson, president of the
Mr. and Mrs. Floyd E. Johnson this
Mill City PTA wishes to extend con
gratulations to the committees who week are announcing the forthcoming
worked and planned so hard to make marriage of their daughter. Miss Joan
the annual International dinner a suc Marilyn to Jerald LeRoy Hudgins,
cess Thursday night of this week and son of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert E. Hud-
the appreciation of the PTA member I gins of Lowell.
ship to the community for its fine
Miss Johnson is a member of the
spirit of co-operation and attendance. senior class of Mill City high school.
She declared it was a grand success. Hudgins, Miss Johnson's fiance, is a
The second meeting of the Mill City graduate of Stayton high school, class
PTA will be held Wednesday, Nov of 1951.
Miss Johnson and Hudgins will wed
ember 12, at 8 p.m., in the Mill City
high school auditorium. There will Saturday, November 29, at 1:30 p.m.
be a program of interest to all par in the Mill City Presbyterian church.
ents. Wednesday’s program is under Rev. Noble Streeter, pastor, will lead
the auspices of the Marion county in the recital of the marriage vows.
The F. E. Johnsons issued an in
to the church wedding to
Mrs. Detering, Marion county pub
lic health nurse will be the speaker. friends of the young couple. Miss
The film “Angry Boy” will be shown. Johnson’s fiance is employed as a
Following the film there will be an carpenter in Lowell.
open discussion period.
Refreshments will be served; and
all newcomers to Mill City are espe
cially invited to this meeting.
Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Thompson and
Henry Thompson from Minneapolis,
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Sexton from
Mrs. Bea Graunke Host and
Aurora, visited at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. Oscar Naue. Mr. Thomp
For Lucky Twelvers
son is a brother of Mrs. Naue and
Mrs. Bea Graunke was hostess for Mr. Saxton, a nephew of Mr. Naue.
Gates Lucky Twelve Pinochle club
Mr. and Mrs. David Zimmerman of
members the Thursday before “Ike Portland are the parents of a son,
Mrs. Graunke prepared and born Monday, Oct. 27. Mr. and Mrs.
served to her 11 guests creamed Joe Zimmerman of Lyons are receiv
ing congratulations as this is their
Mrs. Marcie Peterson thrived on first grandchild.
the fare as proved by the fact she
Mrs. Ramie Martell honored her
carved out a superior card score to husband on his birthday anniversary
that of any other competitor. Mrs. when a group of friends and relatives
Bert Vanderhoff brass-ringed the pi gathered to spend the evening. The
Mrs. Margaret Clise time was spent in playing pinochle.
clung hopefully to low prize.
Refreshments were served to Mr. and
SUNDAY and MONDAY
Idanha—As a Christmas fund rais
ing project the Idanha American Le
BURT LANCASTER as
gion Auxiliary will serve a turkey o
dinner November 11 at the Detroit
Proceeds from the ticket sale will
be used by the auxiliary to give the
annual Christmas party, a commu
for the Family.
nity entertainment for both Idanha
lhe Mill City Ministerial association is sponsoring
5:20, 7:30 Sunday
Dinner will be served between the
the showing of the film "'rhe 38th Parallel" Saturday,
November 15, at 7 p.m. in the high school audito
of $1.00 for adults and fifty cents |
rium. This film was taken in Korea by Bob Pierce,
TUESDAY and WEDNESDAY
correspondent for several Christian magazines, and
DORIS DAY and
depicts the religious and economic conditions there
Committee members include Mrs.
GORDON MacRAE in
just preceding and during the present conflict. There
Floy Story, Mrs. Opal Leming, Mrs.
will be no admission charge, but a free-will offering
Bernadine Stoll, Mrs. Ijinelle Davis,
will be taken, the net proceeds to be sent through
Mrs. Myrtle Geston and Mrs. Esther
"World Vision" for benevolent and relief work in
Mrs. Dallas Franklin, Mr. and Mrs.
Idanha Elects Three
Monroe Walker, Mr. and Mrs. Bud
Walker, Mr. and Mrs. George Huff
New Council Members
man, Mr. and Mrs. Loren Walker and
Idanha — Three council members
STEVE McNALLY and
Mr. and Mrs. Ramie Martell.
were elected to serve a four-year
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Olmstead,
term on the Idanha city council Tues
Donald, Walter and Jimmy were City were hostesses for a Halloween day.
weekend guests at the home of her party at their home Oct. 30. Games
mother, Mrs. Nibford at Burnt Woods. played in keeping with the season in Frank Ray, Noyes Whitten and Len
Jet Pilots in Training
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Selenska and cluded bobbing for apples and fortune Davis.
son, Richard, from Park River, N.D., telling.
and Mrs. Martin Gustafson from Sil- | Costumes were worn, and the most
FRIDAY and SATURDAY
verton were recent guests at the home completely disguised were Shereen Mrs. John McClurg.
Mrs. Viola Zander is visiting in
of Mr. and Mrs. Bud Walker. Mrs. Muir and Sandra Thomas.
MAUREEN O’HARA in
Highlight of the evening was the Seattle, Wash., at the home of her
Selenska is a sister and Mrs. Gustaf
1 visit from two uninvited _ guests
son the mother of Mrs. Walker.
Mrs. Jerry Lyons and son, Larry,
The Lyons Methodist church it masked as an eerie old man and have returned home from Los An-
— Plus —
showing on Thursday at 8 p.m. this woman,
geles, Calif. Mrs. Lyons and son,
ANN SHERIDAN in
week a sound movie entitled “All Others present were: Shereen Muir, have spent the past month at the
, Claire Melting, Sandra Thomas, Elena
That I Have.”
home of her sister.
The Boy and Girl Scouts with their Beery, Billy Provost, Terry Harring
Several from Lyons have gone to
leaders in co-operation with the PTC ton, Mike Kelly, Sandra Harrington, eastern Oregon for the Elk hunting
club of the Mari-Linn school spon Y’vonne Dickie, Donna Thomas, Peggy Among them are Mr. and Mrs. Wil
Kid's Matinee—2 p.m. Saturday
sored a Halloween party and carnival Thomas, Neal Thomas, and Carole son Stevens. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Linde
“The Return of Wildfire”
held at the Mari-Linn gym Friday Warner.
mann, Bill Kimery and Harvey Kan-
evening. Those winning prizes were
Doors open at 7:20 P.M.
Brenda Johnson, Marlene Thayer, While there she was a guest at the
Mrs. Ivan Smith and Mrs. Duane
show can be seen any
Joan Schmidt, Albert Morgan, Michael home of Mr. and Mrs. Owen Minich Downing were in Albany Thursday
time up to 8:30
Cruson, Kathryn Johnston, Caroline
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Dalles of Port and Friday where they attended the
Hellemn and Kathryn Carr. Judges land were Sunday dinner guests at Trainer's class in meal craft for the
were Mrs. Percy Hiatt, Mrs. Cora the home of Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Roya Home Extension unit. They will
Mr. and Mrs. Dalles are former resi- present the project to their local unit Home Nursing Course
Jenner and Beulah Lewis.
Relatives gathered at the home of dents of this city when he was super at a later date.
Begins November 12
Mrs. Alex Bodeker, Elmer Hiatt,
Mrs. Martha Hiatt Sunday to help her intendent at the Mt. Jefferson lum-
Idanha—The Red Cross home-nurs
Mr. and Mrs. Leland Manning and
celebrate her 75th birthday anniver
Mrs. Phillip Pietrok who has been Mrs. Clyde Bressler attended a house ing course to be presented by Mr».
sary. A dinner was served at noon
with covers laid for the honored gues^ visiting at the home of her sister, warming for the Norman Johnson Lavelle Haseman is scheduled to be
Mrs. Hiatt, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Mrs. Louis Kraph at Missoula, Mont family at 2690 Lancaster Dr., Salem, gin Wednesday, Nov. 12 at the Idanha
Thoma, Mrs. Leonard Thoma and She was accompaneid by her two Wednesday evening. Mrs. Johnsan if fire hall.
Enrollment is limited to sixteen
James from Lebanon; Mr. and Mrs sisters, Mrs. Lawrence Pietrok of a daughter of the Bodeker’s
is now nearly complete.
Harry Elmer and son, Gale, of Al Stayton and Margaret Kraph of
Wednesday that her father, Walter course will be presented in seven two-
bany; Mr. and Mrs. Percy Haitt and Salem.
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Allen visited at Bevier, who has been in a Salem hos hour sessions offering practical ex
her mother, Mrs. Cora Jenner of
the home of his uncle, Mr. and Mrs. pital for the past two years is in a perience in home nursing techniques.
Hour» for the course are 7 to 9
Mrs. Alice Huber, with Mr. and «George Allen near Belnap hot springs critical condition.
p.m. Further information may be ob
Mrs. Alfred Shelton of Mill City were
tained by called Mrs. Haseman,
Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Garrison and called to Salem Wednesday evening
Sunday guests at the home of Mr
and Mrs. Delbert Shelton at Rickreall
They will also visit his Mrs. Myrtle Hester who has been iu
Mr. and Mrs. R. P. Lyons spent the Medford.
IJon't let dUDcult brealbli.», coughin»
the Lansing home for the last four
weekend in Marion, where the week
• nd wheeling, due to recurring »pa»m< ot
Bronchial A»thma or glmple Brunch Ills
Mrs. Joe Altgilbers who has beev months.
end in Marion, where they were guests
ruin your sleep and energy without trying
MENDACO. Works through your blood to
at the jjome of their daughter and in a hospital in Portland for some
help looeen and remove thick, strangling
mucue Thue uiually allays coughing whlcn
family, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Gisler. Last time has been brought to the home
permit» freer breathing and eounder »leap,
week Mrs. Lyons was in Portland of her daughter and husband, Mr. and
(let MENDACO under money back guar
at The Mill City Enterprise
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Foundation for Blind Observes
Centennial of Braille's Death
The passing of Louis Braille, originator of the raised dot read
ing and writing system which bears his name, 100 years ago, is now
being observed around the world. M. Robert Barnett, the Executive
Director of the American Foundation for the Blind, pointed out that
since only 20 per cent of the 260,000 blind persons in the United
States know braille. “It is important to promote the teaching of this
system in every»
of Braille’s sys
tem, once wrote
■Braille is the
key to books in
We who are
NEW SEAL celebrate
one who poured the sweetness of
tangible printed words into the
bitter waters of our affliction.” <
As part of the international ob • Intended not primarily to raise
servance of the centennial of money, but to foster public aware
Louis Braille's death, the Amer ness of the increased opportuni
ican Foundation for the Blind ties afforded to the blind through
and its affiliate, the American the development of modern teach
Foundation for Overseas Blind, ing methods based on the use cf
have jointly issued a special com braille. Mr. Barnett advised that
memorative seal to be widely cir individual contributions received
culated. The seals will be dis through the distribution of these
tributed in sheets of 50 each by seals will be earmarked for braille
organizations and groups which printing presses and other equip
show a deep interest in the for ment for workshops and scho t
here and abroad.
tunes of blind people.
THE COMMERCIAL BOOK STORE
Him Everything for Your
Furniture and Bookkeeping Supplies
Mondays and Fridays
OF EAC H WEEK
MILL CITY MEAT MARKET
Quality Meats and Groceries
Salem Lighting & Appliance Co.
183 N. High Street
Court House Square
The Most Show for Least Dough
Jack’s Richfield Service
On Hiway 222, in East Mill City