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About The Mill City enterprise. (Mill City, Or.) 1949-1998 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 5, 1953)
February 5. 1953
t—THE MILL CITY ENTERPRISE
Scouting Begins 42d
Rural Life Group
Improvement of rural living condi
tions and the raising of health and
citizenship standards is the general
aim of the Linn county Farm Home
and Rural Life committee which met
'Tuesday, Jan. 27 in the extension of
fice at the court house under the chair
manship of Mrs. Robert Schmidt, of
route 2, Albany.
The committee consists of twelve
members from different communities
of the county, serving a term of four
years. Three new members are se-
4octed each year.
Mrs. Glenn Ohling was elected
chairman; Walter Kihs, vice chair
man; Mary Frances Minette, county
extension agent in home economics,
The library sub-committee reported
they plan to sponsor a county-wide
Mrs. Ohling reported that the series
of recreation meetings under the lead
ership of Miss Jessalee Mallalieu, ex
tension recreation specialist, O.S.C.,
b«s attracted considerable interest.
-The present series of meetings are
planted to teen-agers but many of the
ideas are also suitable for other age
The committee is sponsoring a large
The Mother’s March Thursday eve
ning of last week netted the sum of
$90.78 to be added to that collected in
the Mill City March. Mrs. Kenneth
Gates—The newly re-organized Boy Mai tig, president of the Gates Parent-
Scout troop, No. 45, will observe Boy Teacher association, was in charge of
Scout Sunday by going to church in the drive here.
uniform this Sunday, a nation-wide
Floyd Blackburn arrived at the
day for beginning Boy Scout Week, home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs.
according to Scoutmaster Dutch Stett- Arthur Blackburn, Friday evening.
ner of Gates..
The troop held its Blackburn has served with the U.S.
first meeting Tuesday night under the [ Army for the past two years in Korea.
supervision of Clarke Lethin, Scout He has received his discharge from
executive from Albany.
Scoutmaster Stettner is a safety
Harold Wilson has accepted a posi
man on dam construction currently- tion at the Marion Forks fish hatch-
working on North Santiam canyon ery, where he started work Monday
Wilson had been janitor-
bus driver for the local schools for
the past 13 years.
Mrs. Robert Levon was substitute
| teacher in the grade school last week
A DAUGHTER—To Mr. and Mrs. duting the illness of the regular
Harry Andersen, Route 1, Lyons, Feb. < teacher, Mrs. Janet Harold of Stay-
3, at Salem Memorial hospital.
A SON—To Mr. and Mrs. Francis. Over the weekend guests at the
Nosack, Mill City, Feb. 2, at Salem home of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Millsap
were Mr. and Mrs. Edmund Klecker,
daughters Janet and Kristine, and
annual wail calendar on which activ son Jeffrey, from Madras.
ities of county-wide importance are
to be posted so that organization can Swan and Kathy. Rodney and Lee
plan meeting dates to avoid conflicts. Klecker of Stayton joined their par
ents Sunday at their grandparents
Mrs. Marvin Long served refresh
Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Hutcheson re
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to Reno, Nev., and Oakland, Calif.
Guests this week at their home are
their son and family, Mr. and Mrs.
W. R. Hutcheson, Jr., and three chil
dren from Hoopa, Calif.
All Building Supply
A group of women have met at the
home of Mrs. George Clise one after-
Kelly Lumber Sales CHOKED Xh.b GAS?
NEW RETAIL LOCATION:
East Citv Limits on Highway 222
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indigestion. When it »trikes, take Bell-ans
tablet«. They contain the tastest-actinz
medicines known to doctors tor the relief ot
heartbum, gas and similar distress.
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region. I prefer the use of the word
“canyon”, but if it must be changed
I think I could go along wtih the
use of the word "playgroand”, such
as the “North Santiam Playground”.
If anyone has any thoughts on this
subject I would like to invite letters
to the editor expressing your opinions
on this matter, or any other subject.
i pointed out that had the BPA not
sold to a reasonable point the cry
would have risen from critics of the
| BPA that they had power to sell and
were not selling it, that therefore
more dams were not needed, that
was the case of the power inteiests
The chamber meeting was enter
noon for the past two weeks for the
in Montana not very many years ago, tained at the close of the meeting by
purpose of sewing for the Stayton
when the Montana Power company a charming new citizen of Mill City
said they could meet all demands for with poetic songs and music on the
nightgowns were completed in the two
i power in that area.
guitar by Mrs. Ione Love Thielke.
afternoons. The group included Mrs.
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She presented several original poems
Clise, Mrs. Floyd Völkel, Mrs. Glen
Considerable talk was heard after set to music and received a hearty
Hearing, Mrs. Elmer Klutke, Mrs.
Bea Graunke and Mrs. Juanita Wag the meeting about the time being ripe round of applause from those present.
to organize municipal power for the Mrs. Thielke will entertain at the
Mr. and Mrs. Morris Jones from canyon communities. Perhaps now is coming “Old Fashioned Valentine Box
Eugene and Mrs. Glen Hearing and the time to get going and organize Social” to be held at the IOOF hall
two children were Sunday dinner a public power unit for Mehama, in Mill City February 14 for the March
Many of Dimes. Everyone should plan to
guests at the A. T. Barnhardt home. ' Lyons, Mill City and Gates.
feel that the earnings would go a be present, it will be a treat in more
Miss Pattey Stewart was hostess
long way toward paying the costs of ways than one.
Come and bling
Saturday evening to a group of the
city government and street paving, your Sweetheart!
younger set at her home. The host
etc., besides such a power development
ess, assisted by her mother, Mrs. El
would be able to encourage new busi-
mer Stewart, served refreshments to
. ness to come into this wonderland of
Misses Elda Webster, Lorena Devine,
opportunity and good living.
Maxine Schroeder, Connie Stewart,
i company could be set up to care for
Betty Tucker and Idabelle Blackburn.
the needs of all these communities,
Escorts were Earle Henness, Marlin
and perhaps to even include Stayton
Cole, John Barnhardt, Eddie Butler,
and Sublimity, the earnings to be
Allen Vail, Jerry Larson and Gordon
pro-rated back to each community. '
Power will soon be ready for delivery
The Gates Community Christian from the Big Cliff dam and action
church is sponsoring the 4-H work must not be delayed if we have any
in this area. Sunday of last week, hope of getting this service.
Mrs. Lang Stafford, superintendent of next meeting of the North Santiam
the Sunday school, presented certifi Chamber of Commerce should spend
cates of service to the community and considerable time on this subject we
4-H leadership pins to the various believe.
41.50 per month and up
leaders. Mr. and Mrs. Verner Evans
* * *
Also serving Gates, Lyons.
Idanha and Detroit
were awarded both for livestock; Mrs.
Some members of the chamber pre
Glen Hearing and Mrs. A. T. Barn sented the idea that reference to the
hardt, cooking; Mrs. Elmer Stewart North Santiam canyon should be
and Mrs. William Pennick, sewing; changed to some other word than
Mrs. Edward Chance, forestry. Spe I "canyon”, such as “area”, “valley”
cial certificates were awarded Mrs. or some word more expressive of this
Hearing and Mrs. Barnhardt, whose
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cooking club members had completed
L, T. Henness, who is convalescing
at his home following a long illness,1
is gradually regaining his strength. I
His daughter, Mrs. Fred Ratzeburg of
Salem, and Mis. Lester Mason, a
neighbor from Mill City, redecorated
the interior of his home.
Tex Allen left Tuesday of last week
for Cleveland, Ohio, where he will be ,
connected with the Prepakt Concrete
Co. Allen has been structural engi
“At the Bottom of the Hill”
neer with the Consolidated Builders,
Inc., at the Detroit dam since work
was started there. Mrs. Allen will
remain in Gates until their property
here is sold.
Never - -
a Dull Moment
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Crackers, Sunshine lli-llo
Dennison’s Catsup. 11 oz. jar
Sunshine Orange Slices lb. bag
Sierra Jelly Beans
2 lbs. 49c
Sw ift’s Corned Beef Hash Ih. can 29c
12-oz. can 39c
Durkee’s Whipped Salad Dressing
Durkee’s Genuine Mayonnaise
Tasty Pak Cream Corn. No. 303 can
> cans 29c
Elsinore Freestone Peaches . No. 2'2
can. each 35c
3 cans $1
(¡arden Brand (¡rapefruit. No. 303
2 can«. 25c
Radishes and Onions
2 bun. 9c
8-lb. bag 49c
Mixed Vegetables, Super Market
•> pkgs. 29c
Flav-R-I’ak Straw berries. 12-oz.
•> pkgs. 49c
Flav-R-I’ak Orange Juice
I’eas. Super Market
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Turkevs. Strictly Fresh. Grade A
Morrell's Sausage. Pure Pork, lb 45c
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