Image provided by: North Santiam Historic Society; Gates, OR
About The Mill City enterprise. (Mill City, Or.) 1949-1998 | View Entire Issue (May 7, 1953)
May 7, 1953
S—THE MILL CITY ENTERPRISE
B ut >.r;? vou get au
tmcse S ketches ok
TTPCS, Hort ARe T h O
P ut inTo TVe
CC/K’C STRlP ?
(No. 5 of a series)
Nature is the major enemy of
roads — not weight and traffic!
Smoothly wheeling weight has no de
structive impact on a properly built
•nd maintained road.
Everything Built by man has to
be protected against ravages of the
elements. Heat, cold and moisture, in
all their extremes, give our highways
a terrific going-over around the clock
1 — twelve months a year.
r Water works unceasingly to un-
' dermine our highway«. Innocent
| drops of rain keep eating away at the
. shoulder and slab joints. Water de-
j «troys surfaces, too. It gets into tiny
' crevices, freezes, expands and, before
iyou know it, the crevice is enlarged
to a point where the entire surface is
Snow It Rough on road«. Salt
• nd other de-icer« are nece»«ary for
aafety, but have a damaging chemical
setion. Extreme heat and cold ex
pand and contract road-«urfacing
materials. These and moisture are
the worst enemies of the highway.
P When A Highway foundation
ha» been weakened by water or snow,
when a road surface has been scaled
by alternate freezing and thawing,
then every passing tire can contribute
to further damage.
> Weight, which ought to roll
smoothly and harmlessly over a high
way, will roll unevenly, bumpily. No
matter if the car is a light passenger
machine or a big truck-no matter if
it goes 20 miles per hour or 60 —
there’ll be added wear when weather
has roughed up the road.
That is the only way in which
traffic ever hurts a highway. Il is dis
tinctly a secondary effect, brought
about only after the ravages of the
weather have gotten in their dirty
the Paul Hobson home in Idanha Tues to Portland last weekend for a visit
day afternoon. Quick action of the with A. J. Montgomery, Johnnie’s
Idanha fire department saved the bi other-in-law, who is seriously ill in
building from a total loss.
A public meeting of the North San-
Preliminary work started on the
FOE lot Tuesday when 13 stumps tiam Chamber of Commerce, was held
were blown by Lee Hawland and Leo at the Woman's club in Mehama
Plans were dis
nard Bullard assisted by Danny Me- Wednesday night.
cussed on the coming dedication of
Cormick, and Harold Champion.
Visiting at the Earl Capurro home the dam.
Scenic picture slides of the Russian
in Idanha are Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Buck
were shown by s'ate trooper
holtz of Moro, Ore. Mrs. Buckholts
Lt. Farley Mogan of Salem.
is a sister of Mrs. Capurro.
gmn D » n » « » » » n n » » »1 » » « « & aa»a d
ing that we must obtain-fire permits
Refreshments weie pie and coffee,
Mrs. Leonard Bullard, accompanied
for all burning.
and a coin box placed in a handy
i by Mra. John Krause, and Miss Fay
Mrs. Jerry Dumont of.Albany was
place. Proceeds to go towards build- j
I Cooper, motored to Portland Thurs
Ry BOOTS CHAMPION
a caller in Detioit last week. Her
ing an addition to the Woman’s club. 1
day, where Mrs. Krause will remain
husband Jerry is employed here.
Attending from this area were Mr. .
for a few days for medical attention.
« returned to their home in Seattle after
and Mrs. I.en Davis of Idanha; Mr.
Enroute to the Robert Piercy’s
PUBLIC ACCOUNTANT 4 I a few days visit with her mother, Mrs. home in Vancouver, Wash., last week An invitation extended by the FOE and Mrs. K. C. Kennedy of Breiten- I
Auxiliary in Albany, to attend a busi-
Bookkeeping. Accounting and
end, Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Harlan en I ness meeting there Thursday night bush; Mr. and Mrs. Harry Rutheiford;
Mr. and Mrs. Gale Fagan returned joyed a visit with Wilbur's aunt, Mrs. was excepted by the FOE Auxiliary Mr. and Mrs. Otto Russell, Brad Hum
phrey, Tenny Moore, and Nolan Ras-
last week after a week's vacation Lola Bailey of O: egon City.
Corner 3rd 4 Marion
j No. 2745. Members and officers at-
trip into Sikue, Wash., where they
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Layman of Cedar , tending from here were Mrs. Maigaret nick.
visited with Walt Frink. 1 While
............. there! tavern motored to Toledo, the first of ( Hawland, president; Mrs. Helen Bry- i
P. 0. R oa
they enjoyed a cruise across the bay. the week on a combined business and ant vice pres.; Mrs. Elaine Farrow,'
The Fagans were accompanied by Mrs. pleasure trip. W hile there they en- conductor; Mrs. Emma Rhodes, Mrs.
Ann Anderson of Salem, formerly of joyed a floor show and Hawaiian Marion Kite, Mrs. Melba Harlan,
Idanha, as far as Seattle where she music at the Beach club in Newport. guard; Miss Fay Cooper, guard; and
visited with her son Lewis, who is in
Fire of undetermined oiigin com-i Mrs. Oskie Nyberg, trustee,
Providence hospital. Lewis was seri pletely destroyed the upper story of, Mr. and Mrs. John Estey motored
ously injured in a truck accident while
employed in Ala.-ka, and was removed
Visiting in Detroit Sunday, were
Mrs. Emma Ramage and children Joan
Ry proclamation of the governor,
fire season went into effect Tuesday
night at midnight. May 5th. Mean-
W. N. SIMMONS
• Factory-Trcfned Experts
• Genuine Hotpoint Parts
3rd and Washington
«>:>< n a a « :: >t aStjtRBd
Don't let difficult br« •♦King, coughing
»nd «h»Mln<. du« to recurring »p»»ms or
Bronchi»! Asthma or simple Bronchitis
ruin your sleep and energy without trying
MFNDACO. Works through your blood to
help loosen »nd remove thick, strangling
mucu- thus usually allays coughing which
permits freer breathing and sounder sleep.
Oet MKNKACO under money back guar-
ante« at druggists.
Gooch Logging Supply
’‘Erervf/iinß for the Logger
BASSETTS WELDING SUOI’
B« hid h Store I vont»
NO MONTHLY CRAMPS...
not even on the Vfc’RY fIRSi DAY!
»how omoclng pr»v»nfi*» rotto*
•» polo, bockocA»», narvow» tooling»
tn action It exerta a re
• Women nrtd girls who rm
markably cot-on» .Tret on
auffer from the Tunctlon-
the utero»- u-thovt th» use
aUy-caused cramps back- Of paiu-dro.lcni’iff drugs'
¿ches and headaches due
The effectlveneM ot Lydia
to menstruation- who feel
rtnkham'a »rovi» no pro>r to
upset and Irritable on cer
the million» of women an.t
tain “particular days" tiri» whom It h*a benente.t
lut how »bout you’ Do you
every r.ionth—may be suf-
knew what U m»y do tor you?
4- r i nn e qu’tf nuca ’<'<> ,’v '
Tctel.ertla rinkham'»’ Sew
If »<>« dou t . »t the Mme re
from te.ts bv doctori in
lief troni cram p* r nd wen 11 •
Wtuph 1’. dia F Pinkham's
nera . . . feel b ftter both be-
Vegetable C (impound loca ami durtn , your period !
gtupprd or m’
Get either ' v ■Hi Pinkham *8
mt rvM in 3
relief of sue
Tabi. * s ’
ewi o. i//«. .
rtert .1 tor
. i «r f
Watch for it!
3 WHO CHÔINATIP BCx n S?
(1) By dropping matches, razor blades, and other inex
pensive items behind the Iron Curtain, says Nicholas Hyaradi
tn his book, "My Ringside Seat in Moscow.” The Russians
are attracted by foreign knickknacks far more than they
are by glowing Voice of America descriptions of life in the
U. S. À. Nyaradi further suggests
(3) St. Bernadinus, a Catholic
that Americans write warm per
sonal letters of friendship to Rus priest, originated boxing to keep
sians to bridge the international his parishioners from disem
barrier of misunderstanding boweling one another in duels.
which the Kremlin has built. He That was about the year 1200 in
advocates this as the best method Sienna, Italy. Fist fights had
of capturing Russian thought.
bashed gladiators’ brains for cen
<21 Richard Van Smith sug turies. No defense; no rounds;
gests that you try the Sid is meth
od of educating your child from no referee.
Allison Danzig and Peter
babyhood. In This Week maga
zine Smith outlines the p ncipal Brandwein inform us in their
points of the
methixi: (a) book, "Sport Classics of a Cen
tury," that St. Bernadinus ref
ereed his parishioners’ bouts, . and
you say is sc
stopped them when honor had
osity; it is tl
been avenged, before either f fight-
(d) Never f
never put oil
tions. (e) Ne’
to learn nor
May 11 thru 16
Extra tire values are in store for you during
CO-OP TIRE WEEK. Watch for the CO-OP
TIRE WEEK SALE at your Co-op association.
The sale of CO-OP Tires is increasing every
year. A growing list of satisfied customers is
proof of the superior quality of CO-OP Tires.
Wait for it . . . w atch for it
Your (O OP TIRE WEEK!
SANTIAM FARMERS CO-OP
Grinding and Mixing