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About The Mill City enterprise. (Mill City, Or.) 1949-1998 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 13, 1952)
I—THE MILL CITY ENTERPRISE
N'o'ember 13, 1952
Marilyn Chapter Holds
Hugh Julls Celebrate
Marilyn Chapter held its regular
.leeting Monday evening, November
M ilma, Bill and Ralph Jull, daugh
10, with Halle Toman, worthy matron ter and sons of Minister and Mrs.
and W. B. Shuey, acting worthy pa j Hugh E. Jull, assisted by the ladies
of the Mill City Christian church,
Initiatory degrees were conferred , held open house last Sunday after-
pon Ardith Jonesv past grand mus I noon at the church parsonage in honor
ician of Acacia Assembly, Rainbow ! of the 25th wedding anniversary of
for Girls. A degree and gift were Minister and Mrs. Jull.
presented in Ardith’s honor by Mrs. were married in Scottsbluff, Nebr.,
W. B. Shuey and Mrs, Charles Kelly. in 1927.
A solo was sung by Mrs. Donald
Ellen Shelton, was in charge of the
guest book, Mrs. Elmer Shaw served
The worthy matron hoqpred the the 3-tier cake, which was decorated
"sideliners” by having them pre with a w'edding bell with “25" inside
sented to the East and giving them the bell. Mrs. Gladys Chance poured
a small token of appreciation. Re coffee, Mrs. Glen Shelton served the
freshments were served in the dining | tea and Mrs. Leora Caraway and Mrs.
room by Mrs. Elsie Potter, Mrs. Dor E. K. Fish assisted in the kitchen.
Fifty guests signed the guest book.
othy Draper and Mrs. Gladys Cowdry.
Members of the church brought gifts
which included a silver offering for
the honored couple.
The Julls came to Mill City church
from Joliet, Montana, where Minister
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the’~orehestra will again present a I Jull served as pastor for six years.
-pecial young people’s concert at 11 Mr. Jull will celebrate next spring
ajn. at the auditorium on the same I his 25th year as an ordained minister.
day. The program will feature short
and lively symphonic selections, and
present the first in a season series
vf three “Stories of Orchestra Fam
ilies”, which will tell the stories be
Mrs. Joe Joaquin visited in Dallas
hind the string, woodwind and brass at the Dan Morrison home from Tues
-ections in an orchestra, The series day through Friday of this week.
has been arranged by Conductor
Miss Clara Scott spent several days
Gershkovitch and David Campbell, in Salem visiting friends and returned
to Gates Monday of last week.
narrator of the children's concerts,
Recent guests from Klamath Falls
Tickets are on sale at the Junior
Symphony office, 618 Park bldg., and at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Clifford
will move to the J. K. Gill box office Ambers were their son-inl-aw and
three days prior to the concert.
daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Rob-
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your friends, "You cared enough to
invited t.> view the ■ II-L-LB-M-B-Mil
Ann Marie Garrison, infant daugh-
ter of Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Garrison, Korean film, "The 38th Parallel" to
SUNDAY and MONDAY
Was buried in Fox Valley cemetery be shown at the high school audito-
Rev. Lester Young con
JEAN PETERS and
This film is sponsored by the Mill a
ducted the funeral services.
W \l 1ER BRI'S X \N
Mr. and Mrs. Monroe Walker visited
the Bill Chamberlain home in Lebanon ; net proceeds of the free-will offering
Sunday and brought Laurie and Linda,
their granddaughters, here to visit work in Korea.
H. D. Pound, custodian of the grade ,
The young people of Santiam chapel school has been confined to his home
attended the revival services at the | the past two weeks due to blood-pois-
Eeature at 5:20, 7:30 Sunday
Mr. Shelton is doing the
-SA» Xapuj 'po») jo A|qiuassy uo|X«*s j oning,
ning after which they returned to the | school work until Mr. Pound is well
Paul Schiewek home for refreshments ' again.
TUESDAY and WEDNESDAY
of cake, ice cream and coffee.
Carol Moberg, 6-year-old daughter j
Mrs. Elmer Stewart, accompanied
by Mrs. Walter Brisbin, were Silver- Ore., parents of Mrs. Joe Fromherz, while playing at school last week, [
and Mrs. Laura Weaver of Kansas , fracturing her arm, and throwing it
ton visitors Friday,
—* of joint at “
The break, I
ertson and his brother, Ronald Rob City, sister of Mrs. De Ryke, are out
elbow, ran up
ertson. Clifford Ambers, Jr., former
Word was received from Mrs. Jack and down her arm. Because of Dr.
student in the local schools, is attend
station she is at the home Jack Reid's illness he was not able
ing high school in Klamath Falls this
winter, while making this home with of her sister in Medford and that her to attend Carol and she was taken
health is improving fast.
his sister, Mrs. Robertson.
Former schoolmates of Miss Gloria
Mrs. Ruth Bass has been busy en
Athey will be interested to learn that ■ his home Sunday troming and is feel tertaining relatives the past week
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. William | ing the effects of the fall, though no when her brother, Harry Dunlap from
Athey, have announced her engage bones were broken.
Grants Pass, and his son Marion Dun
Mrs. Phillip Hess has opened a gift lap and grandson Noel Dunlap were
ment to Gary Shank, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Luther Shank, of Lebanon. The shop in a trailer at the Hess court. visitors at her home while Mrs. Bass’
wedding will be an event of early Fancywork and many dainty articles cousin Bede Armstrong of Chicago
The bride-to-be attended suitable for gifts are for sale.
and Mrs. Bass’ sister Mis. Harley
— Plus —
George Clise who has been employ Bowser of Sweet Home where here
the Gates schools during the family’s
ed in Washington for several weeks, visiting.
America's Top Secret
Mrs. Peter Etzel and infant son of , was at his home the last of the week.
Bill Jull, who is stationed on the
Fern Ridge is spending the week at He planner to leave again Sunday.
U.S.S. Pictor, now being repaired at
Recent guests from out of the state the Bremerton Navy Yard, has been
the home of her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Merle Devine while her husband at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Louie spending a part of his three-week’s
Kelle were his brother and family, Mr. furlough at the home of his parents,
is elk hunting in eastern Oregon.
Weekend guests at the home of Mrs. and Mrs. Henry Kelle and their son- Minister and Mrs. II. E. Jull, this
Lillie Lake and her father, L. T. Hen- in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. week.
ness were Mrs. Marshall Lake and Orville Schwimller, all from Ideal,
The Three Link club, meeting Tues
Visitors S.D. Mr. and Mrs. Kelle and their day night at the Dell Smith home,
Vickie Hiller of Portland.
Kid’s Matinee—2 p.in. Saturday
during the week were Mr. and Mrs. guests motored to Cutler City to visit elected Mrs. Blanche Syverson, presi
•PENROD AND SAM"
Harry Perkins and his sister, Mrs. at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Bob Kelle dent; Mrs. Charles Stewart, vice
Minnie Jones, all from Newberg, and children during their stay.
president; Mrs. Anna Crook, secre
Mr. and Mrs. Layton Gosnell of tary-treasurer. Next meeting will be
Harry Dunlap, his son, Marion, and
The Roseburg spent Saturday and Sun December 18 at the Syverson home.
grandson, Noel, of Medford.
Doors open at 7:20 P.M.
Complete show can be seen any
Dunlap family were residents of Gates day at the home of Mrs. Gosnell's
RALEIGH HAROLD, Florist, open
time up to 8:30
years ago. L. T. Henness, 98, fell at mother. Mrs. I.auia Joaquine.
Sundays and evenings, flowers tele
graphed anywhere. Funeral sprays, j
planters, pot plants, corsages, wed- i
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Mr, and Mrs. Lee Woods and'chil-
Every piano reconditioned and
dren left this week for their former
home near San Antonio, Tex. He has New Spinet Pianos $395.00 with bench
New K imhall-Janssen-t.ulbransen
been employed at Detroit dam.
Spinets as low as $10.00 per month
Mr. and Mrs. Pound received word
for trial period.
of the arrival of a baby girl, born
Try before you buy on our
to their son and daughter-in-law, Mr.
and Mrs. Hawla Pound Jr. at Eugene
SALEM MUSIC CO.
on November 6th.
Mrs. Fred Grimes was a Salem
153 8. High Street
visitor on Friday.
Across from Elsinore Theater in
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Kelly will
attend home-coming this week at Ore
gon State college where their daugh
ter, Leia is a freshman.
Don't let difficult breathing, coughing
John Runyan, superintendent of the
and wheeling, due to recurring
Asthma or aimple Bronchjlto
McKinley Indian Mission at Toppen ruin your «lerp
»nd rner»» without tryln«
MENDACO. Work» through your blood to
ish, Wash., will speak of the work
help loosen »nd remove thick. »trangllng
There's more to life than sleeping and eating, says baby.
of the Mission and show slides at
mucus Thu» usually allay» coughing which
permit» freer breathing and »ounder sleep.
Having fun with father is important, toa.
the Christian church, Wednesday,
Oel MENIiACO under money back guar
antee at druggiet».
November 19, at 7:30 p.m.
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■nd the manifold problems tha,
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vould like answered intelligently.
Answers to many of these burn
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nee was supplied by Dr. Dorothy job of the father u. .
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rear the child cooperatively-from
feverel mtewortny factors the beginning
The Christian Woman's Fellowship
met Wednesday afternoon with Mrs.
Gladys Chance. Following the busi-
ness meeting, which was presided
over by the president, Mrs. Glen Shel-
i ton, Mrs. E. K. Fish presented a pro-
giam on the subject of “Home Mis-
sions and Human Rights”.
Plans were made to sort and wrap
packages of used clothing for Mis
sions in Mexico and Korea next
The next meeting will be a Christ
mas yarty at the parsonage Wednes
day, December 10.
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