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About The Mill City enterprise. (Mill City, Or.) 1949-1998 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 28, 1954)
Assistance for Tansy
I—THE MILL CITY ENTERPRISE THI RSDAY, JANTARY 2*. 1954
Mr. nd Mr«. Ike Myers »ere Ragwort C ontrol in 1954
The Linn County Agricultural Cor.-
guests at a buffet supper and card
party at the Emanuel Miller home in I nervation program for 1954 has been
1 amended to provide for cost sharing
| in chemical control of Tansy Ragwort,
Mrs. H. E. Smith. Mrs. Prichard 1 .says George L. Koos, chairman of the
Hugh Walkup was a business vis and Donna Smith of Lyons, motored County ASC committee.
Because of the serious increase of
itor Salem and Albany Friday.
to Ranier, Oregon last week, where
they attended the funeral senices for this poisonous weed on pasture land
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Toman were in Mrs. Myrtle Neilson, a friend of Mrs. the County Committee requested a
special conservation practice for its
Portland Sunday to attend a showing Prichard.
control. This request was granted by
of spring merchandise.
Mrs. Oscar Johnson motored to the State and National ASC offices
Spending the weekend at the home Salem Sunday to visit her husband but too late to permit inclusion of the
of Mrs. W. J. Robinson was Mrs. who is a patient at the TB sanitar practice in the 2300 handbooks that
Bertha Shepherd of Portland. Mrs. ium there. Mr. Johnson is planning were mailed out early in December
listing 20 conservation practices
Shepherd formely lived in Mill City.
to have surgery soon.
needed in Linn county.
All Community Committeemen in
Mr. and Mrs. Russell King returned
Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Large and
Saturday from Roseburg where they son, Larry, and Larry Kanoff, visited | the County have received a copy of
had visited for several days with Mrs. at the Jim Dennison home in Salem : the amendment explaining that the
Saturday. The Dennisons moved to government will share to the extent
San Flancisco Sunday. They are form I of 50% of the cost of chemicals used
to control tansy ragwort.
Mr. and Mrs. II. E. Smith, Dale and er Mill City residents.
Farmers wishing to cooperate with
Lynne, visited Sunday at the home
of -Mr. Smith's brother, James Smith
Attending a recent schoolmasters’ the government in the battle against
and family at Vernonia.
meeting in Stayton were Vernon Todd, this weed should write, phone or call
Howard Means, Burton Boroughs, and at the County ASC Committee office
Mrs. J. C. Kimmel, president of the Daron Dierks. This is a new- organi on the third floor of the Courthouse
Santiam Memorial Hospital auxiliary, zation, composed of men teachers in before Apiil 1. No assistance can be
given unless such application is made
Mrs. W. W. Allen, and Mrs. Arlo the canyon, East of Salem.
i before time for applying chemicals.
Tuers attended a meeting in Stayton
The second and third grade rooms JOHN DAVIS, IDANHA ON
of the Mill City grade school will pre TOl’RS COMMITTEE AT OCE
Mr. and Mrs. W. I). Nettleton and sent a program in the elementary gym
John Davis, Idanha, OCE sophy-
Ciaig of Dallas, visited the John Muir nasium Thursday evening of this
at Monmouth has been named
home Friday. While here, they and week. These programs are presented
of the conducted tours com
Mrs. Muir, attended the cub scout periodically by the various grades.
mittee for the annual Folk’s Festival
program at Lyons Friday evening.
Mr. and Mrs. James Grant (form to be held there this weekend, Janu
Mr. and Mrs. Dub Stewart and el ly Paula Jane VanBuskirk) became ary 29 and 30.
children, Mr. and Mrs. Verne Shaw parents of their second son at a The Girl Shuffleboard team from
and Father O'Hara of Sublimity were Salem hospital on Sunday, January 24. Meander Inn did not go to Detroit
dinner Quests at the Earl Bassett Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Cloyd Tuesday night for their game wtih
The Lake on account of the weather.
Weather permitting they will go there
Mr. and Mrs. O. D. Flook, of Weed,
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Morrison re next Tuesday night.
I California, visited for several days ceived word of the death of their
Minister and Mrs. H. E. Jull drove
I last week at the home of his brother son-in-law, Clifford Carter, in La-
¡and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Grande, last Friday. Mr. Morrison to Salem Monday on a combined busi
Flook. His sister, Mrs. Paul Smith, has been under a physician’s care at ness and shopping trip. They were
accompanied by their daughter, Wil
I was also a visitor in the Flook home. his home here all winter.
ma, who was returning to her work
at the State Hospital and Mrs. E. D.
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drive it home
Il - block
Rev. and Mrs. Harold Martin are
the parents of a son, born to them
at a Portland hospital Monday, Janu-
i ary 12. The baby has been named
David Paul. They have one other son.
The mother and new baby expect to
return to Mill City this weekend.
The following news was sent to the
Enterprise this week: “Rex Herron
killed a chicken hawk with a 24-inch
wing spread, that had been getting his
grandfather’s chickens. He dressed
him and fed him to the chickens. He
said he called it turn about face.”
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Mr. and Mrs. Don Moffatt on son,
Brian, motored to Troutdale Friday
where they were guests at the home
of their son-in-law and daughter, Mr
and Mrs. John Frace. They returned
Sunday evening, reporting much more
snow there than in this area.
Mr. and .Mrs. Leo A. Poole and son
of Monmouth spent the weekend at
the home of Mr. and Mrs. Jim Poole.
Sunday, Bill Mikkelsen of Portland,
brother of Mrs. Leo A. Poole was also
a guest at the Jim Poole home. The
gathering was in honor of Mrs. Leo
Poole’s birthday anniversary.
Word was received by Mr. and Mrs.
Frank Rada that a fourth son was
born to Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph Rada
of Pendleton Sunday, January 17.
Young Rada is assistant superintend
ent of schools in Pendleton. Names of
the other three boys are Robert. Roi -
aid and Roger. The new baby has been
named Paul Edward. •
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In observance of youth week,
young people of the Mill City Christ
ian church will conduct the morning
worship service this comnig Sunday.
Sermonettes will be presented on the
subject. “Watch,” as follows: W-ords,
\ era Loucks; A-ctions,
Clark; T houghts, Bob Shelton; C-
haracter, Ralph Jull; H-abits, Wilma
Jull. Others taking part will include
Y vonne Dart. Bill Shepherd, Ellen
Shelton and Audrey Shaw.
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