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About The Mill City enterprise. (Mill City, Or.) 1949-1998 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 29, 1953)
January 2», 1953
•—THE MILL CITY ENTERPRISE
lust Arrived... Manufacturers
Life * New Water-Soluble Lyons Substation--
, starts depressions and depressions
A SON—To Mr. and Mrs. Burnette
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clean up the savings of little people,
Cole, Mill City, January 16, at Salem
The first circuit from McNary dam
thus making workers more willing
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The Manufacturers Life reports
A water-soluble fertilizer which has via Maupin and Detroit, designed for
workers at the wage the employer is
day. If there was anything dishonest
A SON—To Mr. and Mrs. Lauren Business in Force of $1,591 million, been formulated to minimize risk of eventual 300,000-volt operation, will
willing to pay.
•bout the work performed it was more
Walker, Lyons, Route 1, Jan. 17, at
The new business in 1952 was $15 leaf or grass burn has been developed terminate at a major substation to
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on the part of the employers who
Salem Memorial hospital.
million greater than that written in by a chemical company, it was an be developed in the North Santiam
We must agree that wars are use
hired men when they didn't need them
A DAUGHTER -To Mr. and Mrs. the previous year and amounted to nounced recently, The new product, valley. From the Santiam substation
because they could charge the cost off less, but exceedingly profitable, how- Richard Fail, Lyon?, Route 1, Jan. 18, $213 million.
called Folium, is now being manu- a 230,000-volt transmission line will
to the government at 10% plus and i ever until the United Nations is made at Salem General hospital.
Payments made to policyholders factured and will be offered to the extend to Chemawa, where an addi
make more profits. Why is it that strong enough to prove it has author-
A SON—To Mr. and Mrs. Glen G. under their contracts totalled $27 public within 30 days through dis- tional high capacity substation is now
1952 shows bigger profits "after taxes \ ity to stop aggression we have no
being developed. Also included is a
Mill City, January 20, at million and were distributed to bene- tributors and dealers.
hope of putting a stop to wars. Who
are paid” than 1951 did?
second 300,000-volt transmission line
I ficiaries and policyholders in death
Here is the clincher in the Babson was it that prevented the League of
A DAUGHTER—To Mr. and Mrs. claims, matured endowments, annuity ganic fertilizer of 20-20-20 composi- between McNary and Maupin to in
report, and I consider it a most shock Nations from having any force and
payments and other policy benefits, • tion (20 percent nitrogen, 20 percent ( terconnect and reinforce the existing
ing admission, I quote the final para effect at the time that Woodrow Wil Sylvester Etzel, Route 1, Lyons. Jan. including $3% million in dividends to phosyhorus, 20 percent potash)
I. transmission facilities at that point,
graph in full:
contains a chemical which keeps the ^or a"
these facilities $3,927,000
“It is entirely possible that the in a futile attempt to build a World
The Assets of the Company grew product in free-flowing, non-caking *s requested,
stock market will go higher; but
. by $42 million to $491 million. Gov condition and assists in the absorption I Customer service facilities, mostly
this possibility does not interest me. they couldn’t have been Republicans!
ernment and government guaranteed of nutrients by the plant leaves.
I 115,000-volt transmission and trans-
Based on all previous history, I Today, we have artists at controlling
j bonds constituted 19% of Assets and
know stocks will some day sell 100, labor and thought control firmly in
Tests with radio-active tracers have 1 former step-down facilities, to provide
Mr. and Mrs. Elmer L. Payne of corporation and municipal bonds 41%;
or perhaps 200, points lower. I'm I the saddle in Washington in the per
shown that the plant food available in for added load growth of local areas
Bonneville has purchased a home in * mortgages constituted 18% of Assets, water-soluble fertilizers is absorbed total $3,839,000 and include, among
putting my hard-earned savings in
sons of Taft and McCarthy; and a Mill City and moved here. He will preferred and common stocks 11%,
the bank awaiting such a time.
by plant leaves within 30 minutes to others: North Santiam valley sub
What money I have made has been cabinet composed of “eight million be one of the senior operators at the cash and other assets 11%.
hours after the fertilizer is ap station.
through Patience. Who was it said: aires and a plumber the plumber to Detroit dam operation.
The rate of interest earned on the plied.
‘Patient waiters are never losers.'?"
Mr. and Mrs. Shields Remine left | Assets was 4.46%, an increase over
In the home garden field the new
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Tuesday on vacation for California the previous year’s rate of 4.29%.
fertilizer may be sprayed or sprinkled
It would appear that the stqge is
and several other bordering states.
Five Peak Polio Years
on grass, flowers, vegetables, shrubs
about all set for the next depression, (
Mill City women attending the Pres vorable and contingency reserve and and trees by use of a garden hose
and anyone with any money is duly | Polio incidence in the last five years byterian meeting in Albany Thursday surplus now amount to $30 million.
coupled with a siphoning device. It
warned to hang on to their money, l has been more than twice as high were Mrs. James Swan, Mrs. Lester
and rightly ¿0
When finance is frozen and business during the preceding five years. The Hathaway, Mrs, Fred Grimes, Mrs. she had the chicken pox. Just over also may be used with any one of
¡refuses to venture capita) unless they March of Dimes now is annually faced Herbert Schroeder, Mrs. W. W. Allen. them, she then got the flu, and was 1 several commercially-available spray
get their “usual” profits men must with an average of 35,000 to 40,000 Mrs. Schroeder, who is missionary a very sick girl. She hopes she can applicators or an ordinary sprinkling
be laid off and when that moveaient , cases in contrast to the fifteen to education chairman in the Presbyte be back with her little kindergarten can.
Additionally, Folium is expected to
gets into full swing you have your twenty thousand cases a year former rian Women’s association in Mill City friends sometime this week.
have wide usage in greenhouse and
depression. It is just such action that ly considered norma).
Mr. and Mrs. John Swan have pur nursery operations because of the in
plans to attend the two-day church
session in Portland January 29 and 30. chased the Virgil Cribbs home near creased efficiency and economy of
The Gay Nighters, local square the school. They moved in this week water-soluble fertilizers in these
dance club, have resumed their regu end. Their son and his family Mr. fields.
$1.50 per month and up
lar meetings following the holidays. and Mrs. William Swan, have moved
Also serving Gates. Lyons.
Officers elected to serve during 1953 into the former John Swan home.
Idanha and Detroit
Larry’ of Roseburg visited the R. C.
are Al Nesbitt, president; George
RALEIGH HAROLD, Florist, open Berrys, relatives and friedns over the
Veteto, vice president; and Mabel Sundays and evenings, flowers tele
weekend. Returning to Mill City with
Veteto, re-electer secretary-treasurer. I graphed anywhere. Funeral sprays,
them was Mrs. Howe’s mother, Mrs.
On the sick list the past two weeks planters, pot plants, corsages, wed
‘ has been Sharon Diane Berry. First dings, also shrubs and landscaping
in Roseburg the past month.
319 W. Washington, Stayton. Phone
Minister and Mrs. H. E. Jul), Wilma
NEW RETAIL LOCATION:
Jull, Ralph Jull and Ellen Shelton at
THANK HEAVENS! Moit attacks are lust acid
tended the 62nd convention of the
indigestion. When It strikes, take Bell-ans
East City Limits on Highway 222
tablets. They contain the fastest-actln»
Central Willamette district of Chris
medicines known to doctors for the relief of
tian churches, held at Albany last
heartburn, gas and similar distress. 25<.
Sunday afternoon. After the session
uaXDOXDOQf mhcxih M »nt
Wilma continued on to Eugene where
she is attending Northwest Christian
Mrs. Melbourne Rambo entertained
in her home Thursday afternoon for
the younger set in honor of her daugh
“At the Bottom of the Hill”
ter, Laura Jo, who was celebiating
her fifth birthday. Spending the aft
ernoon with Laura Jo were Patricia
and Kathleen Kelly, Sonja Herlofsen,
Nancy and Charlie Stewart, Nancy
Woods and two of the mothers, Mrs.
Max Kelly and Mrs. Charles Stewart. t
Mr. and Mrs. Warren Howe and
All Building Supply
Kelly Lumber Sales CHOKED
a Dull Moment
MILL CITY TAVERN
Girods Super Market
On the Highway at STAYTON
HOW ABOUT Some Good FUDGE?
Patty Day Marshmallow Creme
2 jars 35c
Kraft Salad Oil
50 lbs. No. 2 Potatoes
Red Ripe Tomatoes, tube
Nalley’s ('hili. 15 oz. can
('risco. 3-lb. can
2 lbs. 45C
Swift Peanut Butter, 20-oz. can 55c
1-lb. can 49c
Derby Vienna Sausage, l-oz. can 19c
Overlook Peas. No. 303
2 for 23c
Del Monte Peas. No. 303
2 f‘»r 39C
A mazo Dessert
Fancy Loose Rome Beauty Apples
Tasty Cheddar Cheese
deal in town
AvaiUbihtv of »quipment.
accstKriss and trim as illustrata^
is dtpendent on material
Flav-R-I’ak Lima Beans. 2 pkgs. 45c
Flav-R-I’ak Strawberries. 12-oz.
9 pkgs. 49c
Flav-R-I’ak Orange Juice
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