The Mill City enterprise. (Mill City, Or.) 1949-1998, April 16, 1953, Page 5, Image 5

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    5—THE MILL CITY ENTERPRISE
April 16, 1953
FEMME PAGE
After seven long years of labor and saving, members of the Gates
Woman'» club are putting finishing touches on their new club house.
Craftsmen of the town are supplying the labor for completing the build­
ing. inside and out. Albert Millsap, Gates' first mayor, donated the site.
(Photo courtesy Capital Journal)
Roye, Georgia Oliver, Doris Roy, Jes­
sie Chamberlain, Jewell Hartnell, Lu­
cille Rogers, Aiea Bodeker, Garnett
Bassett, Carrie Naue, Jacquie Smith,
Reta Cruson, Inez Ring. Alice Huber
The Women’s Society of Christian and Ethel Huffman.
Service held their meeting at the home
of Mrs. George Huffman Tuesday aft­
ernoon.
Mrs. Alice Huber presided
over the business meeting and Mrs.
Alex Bodeker was in charge of de­
Lyons — The Linn County Health
votions.
Plans were discussed for the carni­ Department is planning a pre-school
val sponsored by the Sunday school clinic at the Mari-Linn school at Lyons
which is to be held Saturday evening, April 21 from 9 a.m. to 11.45 a.m.
All children entering the first grade
April 25th, at the Mari-Linn school
with the proceeds to go to the building are required to have a physical ex­
amination.
of the new church.
This will be the only clinic at this
The nominating committee pre­
school.
All children in the district
sented the following for the new of­
ficers for 1953-54; Ethel Huffman, entering school next fall are welcome
president; Reta Cruson, vice presi­ to attend this clinic. Parents may
dent; Lucille Rogers, secretary; Eva take their children to their family
doctor if desired. There will be no
Bressler, treasurer.
Present for the meeting were Orpha charge for this examination, but no
child will be examined unless the par­
ent is present.
There will be no pre-school that
morning as the clinic will use the
pre-school room.
Women s Society
Meets at Lyons
Mori-Linn Pre-School
Clinic Planned April 21
Quality Job Printing at
The Mill City Enterprise
LYONS PLUMBING
& ELECTRIC SUPPLIES
DEALERSHIP FOR MONTAG ELECTRIC RANGES
Water Systems
Phone 1634
Open Evenings
Lyons, Ore.
Expert Lubrication
CAR POLISHING ANI) WAXING
Protect Car Finish Against Summer Sun Now!
We pickup and Deliver
Local Girls Invited
Lyons Garden Club
To Nursing Meeting Holds Meeting
Mill City atea girls interested in
a nursing career will be entertained
by the Marion-Polk Medical Society
Auxiliary, Saturday, April 18, at 10
a.m. in the Oregon State Blind School
auditorium.
Girls in the ninth and tenth grades
in school in both Marion and Polk
counties are invited to the special
meeting at the Blind school by the
auxiliary. The meeting will last for
two hours.
A movie, “Girls in White” will be
shown by Dr. Robert F. Anderson.
Representatives of various branches
of nursing will be present.
Mrs. Bernice Yeary of the Marion
County Public Health office will rep­
resent public health nursing.
Mrs.
Dean Brooks will present five nurses
in psychiatric training from the Ore­
gon State hospital.
Salem Memorial and Salem General
hospitals will each have a representa­
tive at the meeting.
Mrs. Bert Myers and Mrs. W. W.
Bowen, both past state presidents of
the auxiliary, will have charge of
refreshments. Mrs. Carl Emmons will
will greet the guests at the door. Mrs.
John Ramage is the over-all chair­
man. Mrs. James Haworth is hospi­
tality chairman, Mrs. Robert Ander­
son, invitation chairman, Mrs. Robert
Wulf, decorations chairman.
Mrs. John Goldsmith has charge of
publicity, Mrs. Willard Stone, pro­
gram and nurse recruitment chairman.
Saturday’s program for girls inter­
ested in nursing is a part of a coun­
try-wide progiam, according to Mrs.
Goldsmith.
Eagles Hold Joint
Meeting April 15
The Lyons Garden club held their
By BOOTS CHAMPION
' meeting at the Rebekah hail with Mrs.
Detroit—The joint meeting of the
George Huffman and Mrs. ChesterI FOE Wednesday night April 15th was
Roy as hostess. Mrs. John Neal pre­ I favored with t nice turn out.
sided over the business meeting with
Plans were discussed on the clear-
Mrs. Ernest Garsjo secretary. Each I mg, drainage and fill o nthe lot don-
member answered roll call by naming | ated to the FOE by Sister Carrie
their favorite herb.
Bullard.
Plans were completed for the Spring
It was decided to postpone any im­
flower show which will be held at the mediate building until after the con­
Rebekah halh Friday. April 17, with struction of the fire hall.
Mrs. Orville Downing general chair­
After refreshments were served
man.
moving pictures taken and shown by
Guest speaker of the afternoon was Harold Champion, were enjoyed.
A. M. Bouquet from Portland, who
is with the Miller Products company.
He talked on Pest control, fertilized,,
and transplanting. The May meeting
will be held at the home of Mrs. Carl
Nuttieman with Mrs. Alex Kuiken co­
hostess.
By MRS. S. T. MOORE
Attending the meeting were Mrs.
Seventeen eighth grade students
Glen Julian, Mrs. John I.engascher,
will receive diplomas the latter part
Mis. John Kunkle and Mrs. Fred
of May. according to an announcement
Steinfelt who were guests of the aft­
made Friday by Mrs. John Ray, eighth
ernoon, and members, Mesdames Ray­
grade instructor at the Detroit ele­
mond Branch. Alex Kuiken, George
mentary school.
Huffman, Mike Fink, Percy Hiatt,
Mothers of the students assembled
Oscar Naue, Lynn Lambert, John
to discuss plans for the graduation,
Neal, Clyde Bressler, Orville Down­
approving the vote of the class to
ing. Cleave O’Neil, Phillip Pietrok,
have the annual dinner for graduates
Don Brotherton, Otto Weidman,
and their parents, followed by the
Ernest Garsjo, Chester Roy, Mrs.
graduation program and informal
Alice Huber and Mrs. Cora Jenner.
dance.
The eighth grade class includes the
following students: Danny Bowers,
Rosalia Bowers, Danny Gescher, Bruce
Gordon, Judy Haseman, Michael How­
Lyons—Regular meeting of Faith land. Bradford Humphrey, Roger
Rebekah lodge was held at the hall Fleming, Phyllis Ketchum, Donald
Wednesday evening with guests pres­ Jackson, Michael Moore, Melodie
ent from Stayton, Jefferson and Mill Palmer, Leonard Snyder, James Stahl-
City, and the following officers in the man, Lanny Vickers, John Wallace and
chairs, Jean Roberts, noble grand; Donald Watkins.
Following the discussion the stu­
Garnett Bassett, vice grand; Helen
dents’ mothers were served punch and
Anderson,
secretary,
and
Helen
John
­
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cupcakes by the eighth grade girls at
ston, treasurer.
of walnut, he said, Had another proj-
Hazel Lewis, who is an officer of card tables decorated with yellow for-
ect all finished and at home, A round
the grand lodge in May, was hbnored. sythia and candles. Mrs. Doris Hase­
coffee table. His pride and joy, one
At the social hour a silent auction man, room mother, assisted with the
inferred.
refreshments.
was held.
Bill Shepherd had a lot t of well-
sanded sticks lying about. 1 What was
it? A dining table and a pair of
chairs. Well, at least he’s ambitious!
Lyle Fleetwood was flitting about
from saw to jointer to sander to bench
By MRS. S. T. MOORE
The next Mill City Garden club
and back again, busy building some
Detroit—Mrs. Irving Steers enter­
meeting will be at the home of Mrs.
kind of smoker's stand. A gadget to
Izabelle Heller, Thursday, April 23, tained recently with a party celebrat­
hold the SMOKE trails he left when
with Mrs. Hattie Fencl and Mrs. Mabel ing the first birthday of her little
making end runs, he says. O, maho­
daughter Nancy.
Bruder, co-hostesses.
gany plywood—-I recognized it myself,
Seated with Nancy at the table were
Each member is to bring one pack­
this time.
And Sy Syverson was
age of vegetable or flower seed in Douglas Reed, Penny Lou and Terry
working on something the like of
Dean, Frankie Moore, Michael, Sus­
an envelope for exchanging.
which has never been seen. A lamp,
anne, Mary Lou, Bobby, Patrick and
he called it. And Dick Kanoff—boy,
Peggy Moore.
is he versatile; a butcher knife, he
A decorated cake centered the table
says his pa cut a finger demonstrat­
and each guest had a cupcake with
ing its keen edge to a friend, a hunt­
one lighted candle.
Balloons and
John W. Anderson was taken to candy baskets completed the table dec­
ing knife, a book case that is a honey,
Santiam Memorial hospital last Fri­ orations.
and I don’t know what all.
Bleeding ulcers have forced
This is the Junior-Senior shop class. day.
Sharing refreshments with the
A visit to the Freshman-Sophomore several blood transfusions since his baby’s mother were Mrs. Howard
class to see if what they are making entering the hospital. Anderson re- Dean, Mrs. Starr Reed and Mrs.
compares with these projects is called , mained seriously ill at last report.
Spencer Moore.
Bob Veness announces that the aft­
for. Next week perhaps.
Honestly, you should see the things. ernoon matinee this week is all car­ reminisced.
The Hermans left on
And the fellows say you may, for they toons with no feature or serial picture. Friday afternoon returning Sunday.
are planning an exhibit May 7 at the Any of the small fry will be inter­
RALEIGH HAROLD, Florist, open
“Mother’s Tea” and then an extra ested in this information, if you moth­
Sundays and evenings, flowers tele­
special showing for the townspeople ers will please note.
graphed anywhere. Funeral sprays,
Leonard Herman and family visited
on Saturday, May 9 in the old Mill
planters, not plants, corsages, Wed­
Ctiy Furniture store. Keep that date the Mr. and Mrs. Paul Wargnier and
dings, also shrubs and landscaping.
in mind that you may come and help family and Mr. and Mrs. Howard Bair
319 W. Washington, Stayton. Phone
select the projects to be taken to the family, both former residents of Mill
3684.
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Industrial Arts contest in Salem on City now living in Richland, Wash.
Mr. and Mrs. Donald S. Peterson
May 21, 22 and 23 in competition with Many nice thoughts and doings of the
and baby son Marty of Silverdale,
people and town of Mill City were
many of the valley schools.
Wash., spent the past weekend visit­
ing at the home of his parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Don Peterson. They came
to attend the funeral for Dean Culp,
their brother-in-law, on Monday of
this week. Don Jr. is a chemist at
the Bremerton navy yard.
Mr. and Mrs. Walter L. Peterson
and son Gary of Eugene were week­
end visitors in Mill City at the Ed
Cooke and Don Peterson homes.
Detroit Grade School
Graduates Seventeen
Faith Febekah Lodge
Honors Grand Officer
Hi School Shop--
Mill City Garden Club
Plan April 23 Meet
Nancy Steers Celebrates
First Birth Anniversary
SUNDAY & MONDAY
CLIFTON W EBB and
DEBRA PAGET in
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Stars & Stripes Forever
In Technicolor
Don't Miss This One!
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Feature at 5:20, 7:30 Sunday
TUESDAY and
WEDNESDAY
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GENE TIERNEY and
RORY CALHOUN in
Way of a Gaucho
In Technicolor
Spectacular Scenes—
Filmed in Argentina
THURSDAY. FRIDAY
and SATURDAY
ROBERT NEWTON and
LINDA DtRNELL
in
Blackbeard,
The Pirate
g
In Technicolor — Plus —
KIRBY GRANT and
"CHINOOK THE DOG
in
Northwest
Territory
Kid's Matinee—2 p.m. Saturday
JOEL Met REA in
"Stars In My Crown”
Doora open at 7:20 P.M.
Complete show can be aeen any
time up to 8:30
WEDDING ANNOUNCEMENTS
AND INVITATIONS
at The Mill City Enterprise
MILL CITY
Administrator's Sale
I WILL SELL AT PRIVATE SALE
Subject to approval of the
Marion County Court, the
WE CAN SUPPLY YOU WITH FEED FOR
YOUR LIVESTOCK AND POULTRY.
OUR FEEDS ARE MIXED RIGHT HERE AT
HOME UNDER THE DR. HESS AND CLARKE
FORMULAS.
SAVE ON FEEDS AND GET THE BEST AT
SANTIAM FARMERS CO-OP
Bassett & Stover
læe Bassett and Bill Stover
Feeds
Seeds
Fertilizer
I CAS STATION
Telephone 5024
Grinding and Mixing
Custom Cleaning
Seed Marketing
Household Appliances
Machinery
Hardware
Petroleum Products
STAYTON, ORE.
John Stamos Farm
of 160 Acres
I xw a ted three miles West of Mill City,
in Marion County, Oregon
INSPEC TION MAY BE MADE AT ANY TIME
I wish to sell this farm at an early date, in order to
close the Estate of said John Stamos.
D. B. Hill, Administrator
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