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About The Mill City enterprise. (Mill City, Or.) 1949-1998 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 18, 1952)
6—THE Mil I CITY ENTERPRISE
Boy Scout Council
Meets in Salem
S. T. Moore of Detroit attended
the Cascade area council of
Scouts of America in Salem
upper North Sant.am portion of
Bill McKinney, Salem, Jamboree
chairman reported on the 1953 Jam-
boree. This will Ise a highlight in
the life of every Scout going;
Scouts and leaders may go from
council, Scouts -hould get their
plications in early.
Lew Amort, Salem, camping
activities chairman pointed out
serious need for camp development.
President Thompson and Bill Phillip-,
Salem, presented the financial picture
to the board; and pointed out the need
for additional funds. The 1953 budget
is short due to the failure of the Com-
munity Chest to provide adequate
He pointed out that Lebanon had
done a consistently fine job. .Means
were discussed to improve office ar
rangiments so that the professional
staff could be of more service to their
respective district*. He pointed out
that the staff was extended to it-
limits, and that additional help would
be needed for continued growth.
“Scouting is important to us in the
development of boys with ideals and
good citizenship. We need the full
co-operation of everyone,” Thompson
sai<l. Thirty-six board members at
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P lissing Model
The Mehama local of the Farmers
I nion held its Christmas party at the
Women’s clubhouse Friday evening,
December 12, with a very good at
was in charge of the program which
consisted of varied musical numbers,
both vocal and instrumental.
usual gift exchange was held and
everyone received treats of nuts, can
dy, oranges and popcorn balls.
Potluck refreshments were enjoyed
at the close of the evening.
The Mehama Sunday school and
church are having their Christmas
program at the church Saturday eve
ning, December 20, at 7.30. All who
are interested are cordially invited
Mrs. Lou Kirkland was hostess Sun
day for a family gathering honoring
the birthdays of her husband and their
daughter, Mrs. Jim Hudgins. Those
present for the day and enjoying the
dinner were Mr. and Mrs. Norman
Norby of Portland and their two
daughters, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Klutke
of Gates and their two sons, E. E.
Miller, Mr. and Mrs. Hudgins, the
hostess and her husband and their
granddaughter, Paula Kirkland.
Mr, and Mrs. Charles Crook went
to Portland Sunday morning to meet
their son Clifford who has been visit-
ing at the Clifford Crook home in
Minnesota since October.
Mr. ami Mrs. Harry Monroe and
family are moving this week into their
new home which has just been com
Mrs. Kate Patton and Mrs. Vala
Pullen of Portland visited relatives
here last Saturday.
Susie Teeters visited friends in
There is n national hunt on for
old models like this—the motor not
the girl. Johnson Motors of Wauke
gan, 111., is offering brand-new 1953
motors in exchange for the 10 old
est Johnsons they can locate They
will be displayed this year when
the company becomes the first firm
Io make a million outboards The
first motors were produced in 1922
and the serial numbers started with
“A 501 ” However, they say num
tiers in the low thousands may well
win as they are also offering 40
merchandise prizes for the oldest
models reported to the company or
its dealers before Christmas
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footed beasts T.AT
WALKED ON LAND
the consumption of ‘
VJAS restricted in A ncient
W eek was aiiowed J
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Salem Heavy Hauling & Equipment Co.
1105 N. Front St.
Mr. and .Mrs. Edmund Davis have
received word of the arrival of their
first grandson, born to Mr. and Mrs.
James Overlock (Virginia Davis) of
Seattle, Wash. The 9'z-lb. boy was
born on the sixth birthday of his I
sister, Katheryn Lee. Paternal grand
Smark sleek lines accentuated by new jet-tube taillights and a new chrome molding through the center of the
rear .. fender . line . . are
in the , 1953 , lord
parents are Mi. and Mrs. Harold Over-
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lock of Seattle.
...’ costlier cars.
Mr. and Mrs. .1. F. Diblee spent the
weekend in Brownsville visiting rela
Mr. Henness, Gates oldest
tives. Mrs. Diblee is a teacher in the have returned to their former home, county side of the river recently. Mr. ment.
but with the expectation of returning and Mrs. Knutson have moved to Mill resident observed his 98th birthday
local high school.
Mr. and Mrs. William Wight left to Gates to make their home in the City and will make that their home.
Mr. Black is Mrs. Bob
George Clise is carrying his right
the last of the week for Superior, spring.
Members of the Girl Scouts, troop
arm in a cast as the result of a fall 52, held a combined Christmas party
Aril., their former home, where they Oliver's brother.
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Millsap and at the home of a neighbor where he and surprise birthday party honor
will spend the winter. Mr. Lee and
and Mrs. Clise were calling one eve ing one of their members, Darlene
Vina and William Havener will occupy son Robert of Portland, were Sun-
the Wight home here until their re I day guests at the home of his parents, ning last week. The arm was broken. Joaquin, Tuesday evening.
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Millsap.
turn in the spring.
Fred Ratzeburg of Salem and his
Games and refreshments provided
Mr. and Mrs. Don Thorp and son
Mrs. Mary Egglestrom has re son and wife, Mr. and Mrs. Vern entertainment for Darlene Joaquin.
Dick, from Vancouver, Wash., spent turned from Knoxville, Tenn., where Ratzeburg fioni Tillamook, were Gates Juanita and Aloha Thomas. Ellen and
the weekend at the William Pennick she had visited her mother and other visitors the last of the week at the Roberta Chance, Susan Gordon, Don-
. home of relatives, among them, Mr. nalee Oliver, Wanda Dodge, Judith
relatives since October 1.
Mr. and Mrs. John F. Black and
Newcomers to Gates are Mr. and and Mrs. Glenn Henness. Mrs. Lillie and Nancy Watson, Charlene Evans,
two children who arrived here in the Mrs. Andy Renner, who purchased the Lake and L. T. Weeks. At latest re- Sherry Shiner, Diane Pinkstaff, Joan
early spring from Three Rivers. Minn., Chris Knutson place on the Linn I ports he had made a slight improve- Hull and Sharon Hirte.
2 1924; Night 2 1117
HAULING AND MOVING HEAVY MAC HINERY
and Mill Equipment Up To 25 Tons
Including DR and II Dii Cats, and a«-yard shovels
Complete Rigging Oirtfit, Winch Trucks, Low lied Trailers
a Dull Moment
“At the Bottom of the Hill”
MILL CITY TAVERN
Hot flashes" of Change of Life stopped
or strikingly relieved
In 63-80%* of the cases
in doctors' testsl
alternating with tier
voua. clammy feelings
accompanied often by rest le v-
irritability and netvour
are well known to women suf
fering the functionally-caused
dUtreMOf middle life change '
You want relief from such
suffering And chances are
you can get it Thrilling relief'
Thanks to two famous Lydia
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brought relief from such dis
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ylete or striking relief! I •
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know from experience what
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Their action — actually — is
very modern They exert a sci
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other funcftondGfrMM u.«rd 4u-
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lets with addl'd iron (trial sue
Wonderful — too - for the
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