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About The Mill City enterprise. (Mill City, Or.) 1949-1998 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 28, 1954)
Layman. Tho-e at*, inding were Mmes. »—THE MILL CITY ENTERPRISE THURSDAY, JANI ARY 2». 195» replace all the present yellow and
black signs on the state system,
Lauia Rarey, Dollie Kite, Tude Rus
First replacements will be done as
sell, Oikie Nyberg, Irene Stout, Lu Idanha and the Lake club in Detroit, Send In Reports on Fishing
yellow signs wear out or are
By Boots Champion
And Hunting Experiences bioken.
Greetings everybody. It’s good to John Estey, the honored guest Enid Spillway’s 130.
The Mill City Enterprise would like
The American Association of State
be home again. We had a wonderful Arsenault, the host Lillian Gescher, i On Tuesday night an all-woman to get all fishing and hunting reports
team from Mill City, vied with an in the canyon area. A real local Highway Officials at its meeting last
trip and weather conditions and high and co-hostess Audrey Layman.
November in Pittsburgh, recom
Those sending gifts but unable to all woman Detroit team in an off-the- sports coverage woald be the result.
ways were good both ways.
mended that each state adopt the red
A miscellaneous nuptial shower was attend were Mmes. Helen Bryant, Lor-1 i ecord game. The score will be an
Send your reports to Jerry Coffman sign as standard. The red sign i»
held Wednesday aftenoon al 2 o’clock laine Sophy, Edna Myers, Ann Fa nounced in next week’s paper. On Fri at Mehama or mail or phone them to
said to be more effective in calling
January 20 at the home of Mrs. Lillian gan, Melba Harlan, Millie Stahlman, day night the Lake and Cedars will The Enterprise diiect.
attention to stop, as red at a traffic
Gescher, honoring Mrs. Joe Arsen and Boots Champion. Refreshments fight it out for top score in another
intersection light means stop, where-
ault, the former Enid Bennet. As were served. The Arsenault marriage | league game at the Cedars.
as yellow means caution.
Burton Harris of Detroit left here New Look Coming For
sisting the hostess was Mrs. Audrey was solemnized New Year’» Eve.
i Tests are now under way in Wash-
Washington Road Signs
Mr. and Mrs. Eail Clester, non and Monday, January 18 for San Diego
New stop signs on all state high- ington of a new sign which
daughter-in-law of Mis. Carrie Bui- where he will receive his boot train-
ways, country load.- and city streets "Yield Right of Way.” If a _ favorable
lard, arrived in Detroit Saturday and
in the state of Wasington will have reports received from the tests, these
are making their home at the Bullard
Leaving here Sunday for a short a red background with the word signs may be used at intersections
residence for a couple of. months. Mr.
where traffic is not heavy enough
Clcster, who recently returned from visit in San Francisco were Mr. and “STOP” in white. This announce to warrant a stop sign. They will
Mrs. George Renner, Ellen Manning, ment was made by William A. Bug
Korea, has received his release from
Art Hansen and Dee Palmer. While gee of Olympia, Washington, direc indicate to the driver that that he
have the right «f "ay ani
there" they will visit Art’s sisters. tor of highways for the Washington
Mrs. Clester is the former Mickey I They plan to return Thursday.
state highway commission, in an an- will be considered to be in the wrong
Hamilton of old Detroit.
Mrs. Joe Leis is holding her head noucement to Ray Conway, general if he collides with another vehicle
The Bullards are making their home very straight these days. The reason? manager of the Oregon State Motor coming from across the street at
15 Years of Shell Research
in The Dalles for the present where She is sporting a boil on the back of association.
! that point.
Overcomes A Major Cause
Mr. Bullard obtained employment,
the neck. Our sympathies are with
The word ‘‘STOP”.will be fully re-
To all members of the FOE Auxil you, "Mama Joe.”
Society has the habit of throwing
flectionized so that the new sign will
of Oil Burner Service Cails
iary Arie 2745, meeting time has been
Little Christina Nyberg, accompan-1 stand out when headlights strike it at people over-board to get them out of
changed from 8 p. m. to 7 p.m. until led by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Eric night, The new sign has been under the swim.
Clogged filter screens have
further notice. On February 3 our Nyberg, of Idanha, was a birthday study for several years. Buggee es
be. a recognized for years as
local auxiliary will be honored with guest on Saturday at the home of timates that it will take six to
a major cause of oil burner
the presence of Mrs. Leona Pickell Little Miss Suzie Rynearson, daugh
of McMinnville, state president of the ter of Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Rynearson,
Shell Research spent 15
FOE auxiliary. Your presence will b" of Gates. On the return home Sun- j gon State Medcial Society. The com
y. '.r: developing a way to
day they were the guests of Miss Fay
Son home from college:
combat screen clogging. The
We are sorry to hear that Mrs. Cooper in Detroit, who entertained age, so that all physicians and others
result . s FOA-5X, an ad
“Father, I think I will
Frank Moore, correspondent for the with a birthday cake, honoring Mrs. professionally concerned may be ac
ditive that is now in every
curately advised of newly adopted
Capitol Journal and Statesman has Eric Nyberg, and Mis. Betty Hayes.
down and raisej
gallon of Shell Furnace Oil.
Mr. and Mrs. Otto Russell enter- aids, techniques and drugs useful in
discontinued reporting from this area.
Ifirii i three year» of ex
Her newsy items will be missed ■ tained a group of friends at their the diagnosis and thratment of card
haustive testin'/ of FOA-oX u
thou gauds of homes not a sin</le
In a nation-wide crusade against with a lovely chicken buffet supper.1 Arrangements for speakers, either, owls, they will like youri
rose of burner failure due to a
polio, clubs, organizations, and coffee After the supper the early part of for lectures, clinics or panel discus 1____________
may be made through the
clogged filter screen was re
parties are in full swing in this area, the evening was spent playing cards. sions
in a march of dimes campaign.
On Wednesday evening the Civic joyed an elimination game of shuffle tion, 919 Taylor Street Ijuilding, Port
For carefree heat all sea
land 5, telephone CA 4747.
club of Detroit sponsored a show at ' board at the Cedar Tavtern.
son, switch to Shell Furnace
Oil with FOA-5X. It costs
Gene Teague Chevrolet
the American Legion Auxiliary and . whose birthday was also honored, Mrs. ments this annual scientific symposia,
no more than ordinary heat
Willing Woikers club of Idanha, spon-1 Edna Myers, Mr. and Mrs. Marion sponsored by the association,
ing oils. Call us today. We'll
___ [ Kite, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Layman,
sored __ a __
at the _____
Mr. open to physicians throughout
n. i'.e all the arrangements.
¡Members of the FOE Auxiliary are I and Mrs. Herman Smith, Mr. and Mrs, i ~tate’
’ holding coffee parties in which friends | John Bryant, Mrs. Elaine Farrow,
I . and
I O • 1
1U I uiu v
i invited, in turn, hold coffee parties.! . Mr.
| Climaxing the campaign, the city of ‘ I my Sheehan and the host and hostess,
j Detroit is sponsoring a March of Mr. and Mrs. Otto Russell. Winners
i Dimes dance at the Detroit school of the elimination game were Mrs.
| gym, Saturday, January 30. Johnny Elaire Farrow and Herman Smith.
The same group attended a buf
Martin and his Western Night Riders
■ will furnish the music. Dancing will fet dinner at the home of Mr. and
be from 9 to 1. Door prize will be a Mrs. Herman Smith. January 26.
Take advantage of our January
complete spinning outfit.
9 cent sale. See our broadside for
The FOE Auilixary will sonpsor Heart Fund Campaign
i a stand, where refreshments may be Slated for February
| obtained. All proceeds will go to the
One of the major functions of the
i March of Dimes. Tickets for the dance
may be obtained from high school Oregon Heart Association, which as
students, who are very active in this a direct affiliate of the American
campaign. Audrey Layman, Cedar Heart Association will sponsor a heart
H. L. ASHBY
Tavern, yours truly. Tom Sheehan fund campaign during the month of
February, is that of transmitting new
and John Bryant, chairman of the
research findings helpful to the rec-
Detroit campaign. Parking area will
ognition and treatment of
be cleared of snow.
diseases, to physicians and
Phone Stayton 4774
The Shuffleboard League Tourna
workers throughout the state,
ment played between the Spillway of
To ach ieve this purpose Dr. Herbert
E. Griswold, chairman of the associa
tion's scientific activities and profes
sional committee, reports that skilled
and trained physicians, who
Theatre tickets for the Saturday matinee will be
without compensation are available
FREE with any purchase at our store. Get
to speak before county medical soci-
them for all your children.
ties and other professionally interest
ed groups and at regional medical
meetings throughout the state.
A number of organizations have
taken advantage of the service, Dr.
Griswold said, since it was inaugurat
Mill City, Oregon
ed six months ago with the coopera
tion of the speakers bureau of the Ore-
11.50 per month and up
Also nerving Gate». Lyons.
Idanha and Detroit
HILLTOP KIDS MATINEE
2:00 P. M. SATl RDAY
Sally Forest, Keenan Wynn in
“< ODE rwo1
January 31, February 1
VIRGINIA MAYO in
SOUTH SEA WOMAN
February 2, 3
PEGGY LEE in
THE JAZZ SINGER
Doors Open at 7:00 I’. M.
Complete show can be aeen any
time up to 8:30
Sale Lasts Until
Hilltop General Store
January 29 and 30
Specials for Friday and Saturday
Y es Tissue 3
FLOUR Fishers Blend 10 xnd <39c
Old Fashion Franks
4 lbs $1.00
3 lb 8ÇC
Regula ’ 33’
Re-opens January 31st
W E H ILL GIV E FREE .... 30 Ice Cream Cones to the boy or girl in each age
group who. in the opinion of our judges submit the best picture of the Ginger
bread House in Mehama. The picture may be a painting, sketch, paper cut
out, or any kind of hand work. No snapshots or photographs will be ac
IN EACH AGE GROUP 4 PRIZE CERTIFICATES WILL BE AWARDED
FIRST PRIZE 30 Ice Cream Cones
SECOND PRIZE—15 Ice Cream Cones
THIRD PRIZE—10 Ice Cream Cones
FOURTH PRIZE—5 Ice Cream Comes
Borene Soap Pdr.
THIS CONTEST CLOSES MIDNIGHT. MARCH 31,1954
STORE HOURS—7:00 to 7:00 Except Sundays and Holidays
Daily Delivery in the City
Order Deadline 3:00 P. M
Mill City, Oregon
Submit as many entries M you wish, but each entry mint he ar-
companied by an official entry blank obtained at The Gingerbread
House in Mehama, upon request.___________
REMEMBER: An official entry
blank must accompany each picture submitted.
2. The picture may be black or white or colored to suit the young
artist s fancy. It may he a painting, sketch, paper rut-out or any
kind of hand work.
3. Mail or present your entry to the Gingerbread House, Mehama.
Oregon, on or before midnight. March 31. 195».
4. Priiea will be awarded for the be*>t entrie« received in the npinion
of the judges. Neatness, originality. and uniquenev« will be ron-
»idered by the lodges. Judges décision« «ill be final, and duplieaie
prues will be awarded in ranea of tie-,. YII entrie« will beeome the
property of the Gingerbread Hove and none will be returnwd
5. Winners will be notified by mail and a rnmplete list of all winner«
ill he be published in local papers.