The Mill City enterprise. (Mill City, Or.) 1949-1998, January 21, 1954, Page 5, Image 5

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Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Tickle and à—THE Ml LI. CITY ENTERPRISE THl’RSDAY, JANI \RY 21, 1954
children, Dickie and Barbara, motored
to Portland where they sepent the-
weekend at the home of Mrs. Tickle's
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Mc­
Creary. They returend Sunday eve­
Mrs. John Muir took Terry and She- ning.
reen to Salem Friday where they had
Mrs. Victoria Stiffler of Salem,
dental work done.
spent the weekend at the home of her I
Mr. and Mrs. Kusselll Brown and son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs.
i son, Russell, Jr., were visitors in Lowell Stiffler. She was a guest of
I Salem Saturday with their daughter the George Veteto’s at the Oddfellow-
Rebecca instalation services Friday
1 and sister, Miss Patricia Brown.
-•Mill Ends--
Quality Meats and Groceries
L’nder New Management
Come in and get aquainted with us.
Shuffleboard tournament eliminations every
Wednesday night.
Meet your friends here for the
Best In Beverages
Closing Out
Of 1953 Gibson
Ranges and
The Woman’s Council of the Christ­
Nearly enough members were pres­
ian church will meet Wednesday, Janu­
ary 27 at 2 p.m. at the Ike Myers home ent Saturday evening at the Gaynight-1
ers square dance meeting for two
in Riverview addition.
squares. As the president was absent,
Mr. and Mrs. Tom Morgan and in­ no business meeting was held. Some
fant daughter, Pammy, were weekend new dances were practiced during the
visitors of Mr. and Mrs.
Charles evening. Refreshments were served.
Mason. The Morgans live at Ocean
At the First Christian church, min­
i Lake, Oregon.
ister H. E. Jull will speak on the
Nelson S. l.anphear, of Stanfield, subject "The Dynamic Gospel” from
was a visitor in Mill City Monday. Mr. I Thessalonians 1:5, at the morning
Lanphear formerly operated the service, and using Matthew 22:42 for
Shake Shack east of Mill City, and the text at the evening service will
now is school custodian at Stanfield. preach on the topic, “A question About
the Christ.”
Visiting at the home of her daughter
Sunday several couples and their
Mrs. Ford Wilson this week is Mrs.
friends enjoyed the first of a once-a-
Harold Pound. The Pounds expect to
move to Cottage Grove, where Mr. month special Sunday evening service
which features a program for the in­
Pound is now employed.
terest and help of the home. A film,
Mrs. W. B. Hirte, assisted by Mrs. “A Wonderful Life,” was shown,
followed by refreshments in Fellow­
Kadin, entertained at a birthday
ship hall.
party this wek for Cheryl Hirte, who
was celebrating her 10th birthday an­
Huber Ray, Don Hiner, Jack Hase-
niversary. Ice cream, cake and jello
man, Alva Johnston and Albert To­
were served to 12 guests.
man motored to Portland Monday
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hirte purchased evening where they attended a stated
a house this week on Juniper street communication of Al Kader Temple.
in Mill City. The deal was closed bv About 360 Shriners were present at
Gen Shelton. The Hirte’s are doing the meeting.
some work on the place prior to mov­
Mr. and Mrs. V. J. I.oughridge are
ing in.
the parents of a son born to them at
On Saturday Rev. and Mrs. Noble Emanual hospital in Poitland January
Streeter, acocmpanied by Susan Gord­ 6. Mrs. Loughridge and the new son
on and Marcella Warringer, attended came home to Mill City Saturday-
a youth rally in Salem at the First night. Mrs. Myrtle Loughridge of
Presbyterian church. About 80 young California is here at the present time
caring for her new grandson. This
people were in attendance.
is the Loughridge's third child.
The Christian Woman's Fellowship
met last Thursday evening in the Ed
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Scott entertain­
Cruson home at Lyons, with Mrs. Ada ed Tuesday evening in honor of Mrs.
Plymale as program leader. The les­ Scott’s sister, Mrs. A. W. Toman, who
son gave a bird’s eye view of the task celebrated her birthday anniversary-
of missions throughout the world. It on that day. Those present were Mr.
I was decided to have meeting on al­ and Mrs. A. W. Toman, and sons,
ternate dates, one month to be on the Steven and Bradley; Mr. and Mrs. W.
I second Wednesday afternoon, and the R. Stevens of Lyons; Mr. and. Mrs.
netx on the evening of the second Ivan Kelly and Sir. and Mrs. Albert
Our Farm Organization
Is a Democracy, Too
Y es . Uncle Sam, our farmer coopetatives and our govern
ment have a lot in common. Wv're both working for
America. Our farmer cooperatives ; 'e founded on the
principle of one man one vote Tlxt’s what you believe
in and practice, loo.
Our Pilgrim Fathers were the first io pract e farmer
cooperation. When they came to this country they worked
together to build their homes, to punt their crops and to
protect themselves from the i enemies Through our
farmer cooperatives we re doing the same thing today.
Our enemies are no longer savages, but we still have to
lick the economic problems, production difficulty
fair charges against us sometimes, and like you the
threat of "isms” that, if left alone could destroy
whole system of free competitive enterprise
It was a group of farmers who fired the shot heard
round the world in Revolutionary Days, and well keep
working—and firing, too. if necessary—to protect yeti
and our homes and the American way of life.
Since Pilgrim Days, farmers have continued to work
together in planting their crops, marketing their products
and purchasing their supplies. Our country is big now,
and we have to do our marketing and purchasing through
our cooperative associations. Bjt they're governed by
the one man one vote principle and they're operated for
the benefit of the folks who eat the food as well as the
ones who grow it. Yes, Uncle Sam, we're proud to be
a part . . . and to do our part.
Santiam Fanners Co-op
Grinding and Mixing
Custom Cleaning
Seed Marketing
Petroleum Products
Household Appliances
Telephone 5024
Buy now and Save. Take advantage of our
generous trade in allowance on your old range
or refrigerator.
$75 Trade In Allowance
Gibson Ranges
Check these features. Do-All oven, 7 speed
surface units with super-speed heat. High speed
Smokeless broiler, Automatic Pre-Heat and Acid-
resistant Porcelain Exterior, Fluorescent Light­
ing and concealed oven.
Regular price
I^ess trade in
Close-out price
Fine-car Styling An outstanding example of fine-car beauty in the low-price field . . .
the new Crestline Fordor is the fashion car for the American Road.
Never Before
Such a big value in a two-oven range. Per­
fect for the budget minded large family who wants
more cooking and baking capacity for the money.
This plus all the above mentioned features of the
single oven Gibson.
Regular price
Less trade in
Close out price
New Astra-Dial Instrument Panel i- a -afetv dividend
with speedometer placed high on the panel for easier reading.
Warning lights tell when generator is discharging or oil
pressure falls too low.
Gibson Refrigerators
9 cubic foot capacity, full freezer locker, keeps
45 pounds of frozen foods. Swing’r Meat Locker
and Swing’r Crisp rs keeps vegetables and fruits
garden fresh. Door rack for convenient storage
of bottles and jars.
Regular price
Less trade in
Close out price
at no oxtra cost I
I I k - .jI l«»rd yivcH you extra Dividend*
in sty l<. in performance, in ride, with
tine-ear features you would normally cxjtcct
11 Cubic Foot Gibson
53 pound capacity freezer locker. Has butter
keeper. Swing’r shelf plus two swing’r vegetable
crispers and swing’r meat keeper. Roomy door
racks for bottles and jar storage.
Regular price
Lest» Trade in
Close out price
Your ZENITH Television Headquarters
Qualified T. V. Technicians at your service
Open evenings for your convenience.
McCarthy Furniture
Phone 2622
Mill City, Oregon
Style-Setting Interiors in 17.rd give you l>eaiity f... i the
inside out! Colorful new upholstery fabrics and trim
are another .»1 Ford dividend . . . help makr Fold the rtyle
leader of the industry.
to find only in Jliigiicwt-priee«! ears.
New Ball-Joint Front Suspension
The new Y-block V-9 —<rh the
The new I-block Six ho« 115-
r«w «itro-deep eronVcote end
tree-turning overhead valve», hoi
13C-hp. for o dividend of 18%
h.p. for a dividend of 14% mere
mor« power. And you con enjoy
V 8 cdvantagei on /•«« poi/
power litre «he V-8, if hot Ford's
H>gh-Turbulence Combustion Cham­
ber« for more compie** and eco-
Simple, -caled hall joints replace king pin
system used on nio«t cars. This revolu­
tionary new system eliminates 12 wear­
points . . . Iwlps keep wheels in line for
conaietently easy handling . . . makes rid­
ing smoother.
in for a Trat Drive
nnmrnl combvttion at fuel.
Phone 2344
Phone 2724
Mill City, Oregon