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About The Mill City enterprise. (Mill City, Or.) 1949-1998 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 15, 1953)
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THURSDAY, OCTOBER 15. 1»53
GOODYEAR TIRES AND BATTERIES
• CLUB, LODGE, AND LOCAL ACTIVITIES
Mrs. Vernon Todd, Woman’s Editor
We Give -United Trading Stamp
All the classes in the elementary I
school saw the safety film “The Degrees Conferred at OES
Blasting Cap” last week. The picture Meeting Here Monday Nite
Marilyn Chapter No. 145 O.E.S.
teaches the students to recognize a
blasting cap and to know what to do held their regular meeting October 12,
with Laurelli Johnson, Worthy Mat
in case they find one.
ron and George Huffman, Worthy
Escorted and introduced was Ronald
Gilson, member of the budget com
mittee of the Grand Chapter of Ore
gon and Willa Huston, Worthy Mat
ron of Marguerite chapter, of Leban
Degrees were conferred upon Alice
Thomas and Charles Thomas.
The Chapter room was beautifully
decorated with autumn leaves and
flowers by Celene Taylor and Betty i
The Worthy Matron announced that
Irene McKinley, Worthy Grand Mat-
tron would be present at the Novemb
er meeting which would start with a
potluck at 6:30 p.m.
Invitations were extended to the
following chapters for the November
meeting: Trinity chapter, Salem; St.
Mary’s, Corvallis and Barzillia, Al-1
Other guests visiting were: Alice
Walkup, Barzillia chapter, Albany; i
Julia Kemp, El Dorado chapter. El- ;
dorado, Calif.; Hildegarde Olson, Col
umbia chapter, The Dalles and Lora
Mason, North Star, Fall River Mills,
Mabel Nelson, Nellie Ward, Addie
French and Jacqueline Smith were on
the refreshment committee for the
Returned Missionary To
Speak Here October 22
Mrs. Perry Hansen one of the last
missionaries to return from China I
will be at the Presbyterian church
the afternoon of Thursday, October 22.
Mrs. Hansen had been a visitor in
Mill City about 20 years ago and was
a popular speaker at that time. She
was then Miss Irene Forsythe. Since
that time she has spent much of
her time in China. She was interned
there during World War II, and after
her release and leave at home, re
turned to China and was again im
prisoned when the Communists took
over that country.
During Mrs. Hansen’s brief stay I
here she will speak at the church at
2 o’clock in the afternoon, which will
be followed by a fellowship period in
the recreation room.
All who are interested in hearing
Mrs. Hansen are cordially invited to
Mrs. Alice Huber of Lyons was a
Monday visitor at the home of her
sister, Mrs. James Swan.
LEO and ELAINE RUSSELL
New CO OP®
NOW AVAILABLE . . .
... a completely new extra low pressure tire. . . new design
.. . full size . . . full safety-skid tread depth . . . full tread
width . . . designed to new standards to make it outstanding
in its class. Balanced block tread design gives safety grip
control . . . narrow inner ribs give flexibility for wear and shock
absorption. Outer ribs strongly supported by Bpecial design
shoulder blocks take wear and scuff action.
Cold rubber in tread adds longer wear. Strong latex insu
lated cord protects against blowouts . . . adds cooler running.
Gives a smooth cushion ride and levels out road
CO-OP Special Tires, with the same new high standards . . .
an outstanding buy, now available in conventional sizes.
AT YOUR LOCAL CO-OP
SANTIAM FARMERS CO-OP
Grinding and Mixing
With fall weather here now
is the time to get your
youngsters those warm
Flannel Lined Jeans and
A message to every
prospective new car buyer.
You can have
the most popular automatic transmission
to be found in any low-priced car
Chevrolet's Famous 1953 Powerglide!*
Much fleeter, smoother, more economical! Thoroughly proved
and improved through years of development and over a billion
owner-driven miles! Production now running at new high
levels due to record nationwide demand !
Much More Economical
more efficient use of engine power,
Chevrolet's 1953 Powerglide Auto
make it extremely thrifty.
matic Transmission*-teamed with
the 115-h.p. "Blue-Flame'’ high- Great New Passing Ability
compression Valve-in-Hcad engine The car picks up pace in traffic or
—brings you entirely new operating on the highway at the touch of a
economy in city driving and on • toe, for the ’53 Powerglidc has an
added automatic passing range.
Far Livelier Getaway
Put the selector lever in “DRIVE"
position-step on the accelerator—
and you move smoothly away from
a standing start to legal traffic speed
Important New Gas Savings
You’ll never know how economical
an automatic transmission can be
until you try the 1953 Powerglide.
Various improvements, including a
Prices on Groceries and Dry Goods
at Red & White can't be beat!
Full Engine Braking-Power on llllls
Powcrglide’s flexibility lets you cruise
easily up any hill. And you enjoy
constant engine braking power for
maximum safety when descending.
Rock Out of Trouble
Powerglide's smooth power flow lets
you rock out of sand, snow or mud
whenever the need arises. "LOW"
and "REVERSE" are side by side
on the Powerglide quadrant, making
the operation doubly easy.
Smoothest No-Shift Driving
at I »west <x»t
Driving is almost incredibly easy,
changes of speed almost unbeliev
ably smooth ... for this transmis
sion gives simplest, smoothest, no-
shift driving at lowest cost.
Safe Fyea-on-the-Road Driving
Powerglide permits you to concen
trate on driving, with hands on the
steering wheel and eyes on the road.
Put the selector lever in “PARK"
position w hen you leave the car. and
a positive gear-type lock holds it in
position until you return.
WE ARE ALWAYS OPEN ON SUNDAY
From 9:00 A. M. until 5:00 P. M.
Come in. Drive a Chevrolet with
this finer, more popular automatic
transmission-time-proved by hun
dreds of thousands of owners in
over a billion miles of driving!
MORE PEOPLE BUY CHEVROLETS THAN ANY OTHER CAR!
^Optional at extra cost. Combination ot Powerghde
automatic fnmamtaaoai and llf-hp. 'Ilut-Flimr"
engine available or • luo-Ten" and Bel Air models
Poner Steering entailable on ait models.
Gene Teagee Chevrolet
Chevrolet Sales and Service
We have a very good price
on these items
Men's All-wool Shirts
In shadow plaid in grey,
green and red. Also other
wool shirts and jackets.
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