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About The Mill City enterprise. (Mill City, Or.) 1949-1998 | View Entire Issue (June 4, 1953)
5—THE MILL CITY ENTERPRISE
June 4, 1 S.»3
Mrs. Vernon Todd, Mrs. Martin Kelly
and Mrs. Yarnell led discussions.
Later in the evening Mrs. Clayton
Hl'HeiT—To Mr. and Mrs. Ralph
Baltimore was surprised with a hand- Hurst, Lyons, a son, June 2, at San-
| kerchief shower. Mrs. Baltimore, a tiam Memorial hospital.
■ . Toastmistress speakers for the <'< , pastpresident of the group, is moving
GRAHAM—To Mr. and Mrs. Robert
ning of the Mill City 7 oastnn.-tjess , eastern Oregon this summer Mrs
club meeting Wedqesday, Maj 27. Kelly selVe(1 refreshmvnti t0 the foj. I.. Graham, Mill City, a daughter,
May 31, at Santiam Memorial hospital.
were Marion Todd. Lucille Lo*««y. lowing: Mesdames Delos Hoeye, Nobte
Louise Palmer, Pal Wingo, and June streoter, Herbert Schroeder.’ Richard I MONROE- To Mr. and Mrs. Aubrey
I Becker, Wendell, Marvin Wallings- Monroe, Idanha, a son, June 2, at
, Invocation was given by Mabel ford, James Armstrong. Vernon Todd, Salem Memorial hospital.
All square dancers are invited to Nelson.
Mrs. Luella Morgan of Mill City
WHITNEY—To Mr. and Mrs. W
Edna Hutcheson lead the Howard Becker, Ed Yarnell, Martin
was honored by a stork shower at the Lebanon Strawberry -Festival meeting as toastmistress with a theme Kelly_ Louis
Delbert HilI> M#1. Whitney, Gates, a daughter, May 28,
Ruby bourne Rambo, and Mrs. Baltimore.
the home of Mrs. Wilma Ragsdale, street dance Saturday, June 6 at 8:30. of “Signs of our Times”.
at Salem General hospital.
Tuesday evening. Hostesses were Mrs. Music will be furnished by Bend Corn Crosier presided.
SCOTT—To Rev, and Mrs. William
' Poppers, at this our 5th annual street
June Miley presented her guest,
Ragsdale and Mrs. Vesta Golden.
Scott, Lyons, a girl, May 31, at
panied by Mr. and Mrs. Lee Ross,
Mrs. Henry Miley of Long Beach,
Salem General hospital.
Guests in the Ragsdale home for dance.
In case of rain the dance will be California, to the club.
the occasion were: Mrs. Helen Kanoff,
Elaine Keirsey as topicmistiess led
Mrs. Evelyn Kanoff, Mrs. Grace held at Rolla Rena on South Main,
Mr. and Mrs. William Horn of Port
The Mill City Christian and Presby
Hutchinson, Mrs. Ida Plymale, Mrs. according to Frank Grove, street dance that portion of the meeting devoted terian churches will hold combined land are moving to Mill City this
Each member had been
Jane Culp, Mrs. Mabie Mason, Mrs. 1 chairman.
week. Mr. Horn is associated with
asked to prepare a one-minute an evening services during the summer the Westinghouse corporation.
Alice Walkup, Mrs. Fern Stone, Mrs.
nouncement, choosing her own sub months. Through June the services
Sonnie Chance, Mrs. Pauline Brunner,
This was a follow-up of the will be held in the Presbyterian church
Mrs. Lettie Swan, Mrs. Martha Rags
previous meeting, during which the with Noble Streeter in charge, and in
dale, and Mrs. Mabie Bruder.
of announcement making was the Christian church during August,
Sending gifts were: Mrs. Opal Mc
covered thoroughly by Barbara Y’ar- with July meeting-places to be an
Roberts, Mrs. Eathel Hill, Mrs. Gladys
nounced. Rev. Streeter has announced
Scouters from Gates, Aumsville, nell.
Lake, Mrs. Don Peterson, Mrs. Wanda
Extemporaneous subjects were as a series of sermons on the “Letters
Richards, Mrs. Forrest Baker, Mrs. Stayton, and Albany concluded their
to the following, for a two to to the Se.ta Churches” for his por-
Gladys Mason, Mrs. Betty Kelly, Mrs. final training session at the Gates
speech: Faustina Nes- tion of these services.
Judy Ragsdale, Mrs. Goldie Sorenson, high school, Thursday, May 21.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Stewart and
”; Gwen Jones “Wis
This session was highlighted by
Mrs. Mabie Veteto, Mrs. Frank Carter
dom”, and Aline Steffy “Perfection”. children spent Sunday visiting his
and Rose Daly.
Pat Wingo also gave an interest parents at Scio. The Stewarts are
Scout to Otis Chance of Gates.
Leaders for this session were Harry ing report on her trip to Tacoma, as former residents of Mill City, recently
the delegate from Mill City Toast purchased a general merchandise store
Way and Ted Boehme of Stayton.
Those attending from Albany were mistress club to the regional speech at Scio.
The May meeting of the Mill City
Bob Weeks, and Del Racette, assistant contest and conference held in Tacoma,
Wash., May 16 and 17.
Lions Auxiliary was held at the home
scoutmaster of Troop 29.
On June 4 a dinner meeting will be of Mrs. Carl Kelly with Mrs. Howard
Maurice Bassett has recovered from held by the Toastmistress clubs in Means co-hostess.
an appendectomy operation and is at the Salem area, at the Golden Pheas were Mrs. Roger Nelson, president;
ant, for the purpose of amending the Mrs. George Veteto, vice president;
by-laws relative to election of the in Mrs. Alfred Nesbitt, secretary-treas-
coming council chairman. Ruby Cros urer. Several members volunteered
ier and June Miley were selected to to give blood to the blood bank, for
I attend this meeting, as two voting use at the Santiam Memorial hospital.
Father's Day Cards
members from the Mill City club.
After the business meeting the host
The next regular Toastmistress esses served refreshments.
from our complete
meeting will be held Thursday, June
Mrs. Russell King spent several
days this week in a Portland hospi-
I tai. Mrs. King has been in ill health
I this winter a,’d >s undergoing treat-
“The Home of Halmark Cards”
Guests this week at the Harry Wood
330 Court Street
“At the Bottom of the Hili’’
and Devere Wood of Dunsmuir, Calif.
The Friendship class of the Presby-1
terian church held its i monthly meet-
ing at the home of Mrs. Charles Kelly,
Tuesday evening, May 26. After a I
short business session the group held
the regular study program. Mrs. Ed (Heard over KPOJ, Portland, at 10:15
Yarnell was in charge of the meeting.
p.m., Monday through Friday)
Meets May 27th
Airs. Luella Morgan Square Dancing At
Honored by Shower Strawberry Festival
Scout Leaders End
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a Dull Moment
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MILL CITY TAVERN
TOP GRADE FOODS
Girods Super Market
On the Highway at STAYTON
Lettuce, Large Heads
2 for 19c
Cucumbers, No. 1 Field Grown
2 for 19c
Radishes and Green Onions bun. 5c
Sunkist Juice Oranges
3 doz. 49c
Kraft Miracle Whip
Lindsay Select Olives
Southern Beauty Oysters
8-oz. can 29c
I pkgs 29c
1 pkgs 29c
3 for 49c
Campbell’s 18c Soup
Campbell’s 1 Ic Soup
2 for 25c
16-oz. can 25c
Hi-C Orange Drink
Del Monte Tomato Juice
16-oz. can 25c
New Potatoes. No. 1 California
10 lbs. 35c
Baby Beef Fot Roasts
SAVE at Girods
Legalized Looting: The New Vogue I
The Come-and-get-it Gang is headed
for the public trough again.
raid is the so-called public grazing
lands bill now being rushed through
congress. The scheme isloaded with
booby traps from the taxpayer's view
The promoters make up in
cunning what they lack in courage.
Vast areas of public property can be
turned over to private cattle interests
for free feeding grounds at public ex
pense—and the millions of campers,
hunters and fishermen who now enjoy
the use of these grounds can be kept,
out. Like the offshore oil grab, the ,
public power grab, and the raid on
the postal savings program—this is
another phase of the legalized looting
now in vogue.
* * *
Unless Congress takes action at
once, the boys coming back from
enemy prison camps in Korea will re
ceive no prisoner-of-war pay for the |
time they spent in the hands of the
Communists. The law provides for
such payment to GIs who were held ,
by countries with which we have de
clared war . . . and no war has been
declared against China or North |
Korea. No war—no pay to the pris-1
oners of war coming back from the
enemy camps — unless Congress gets
busy and amends the law to make
SUNDAY & MONDAY
ROBERT T \YLOR and
Feature at 5:20, 7:30 Sunday
RHONDA FLEMING and
Central American Action!
JOSEPH COTTEN and
In Technicolor — Plus — .
RED SKELTON and
Doors open at 7:20 P.M.
Complete show can be seen any
time up to 8:30
at The Mill City Enterprise
trek to the 66th annual
A big time in store for all in the celebration of the
coming of our forefathers to this valley. Entertainment
aplenty, and Reddy Kilowatt gives his wishes for a sue*
This advertisement Is appearing In IS newspapers within com
pany service areas of I.inn. Benton. Polk, Lincoln,
Marion and Lane counties.
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