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About The Mill City enterprise. (Mill City, Or.) 1949-1998 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 4, 1954)
up in their children as they go off to
school day after day. Perhaps the
THE MILL CITY
town’s banker, a famous research
By Boots Champion
scientist, a noted lawyer is in the mak
ing. Or a future president of the
Mr. and Mrs. George Renner, El
Frame, Axle, Wheel and Hub Aligning Entered as second class matter No United States. Who knows for sure? len Manning and Dee Palmer, returned
vember 10, 1944 at the post office a'
Then, one day, traffic news shatter home Friday evening from San Fran
E. Powell Blvd.
203 N. E. Grand Mill City, Oregon, under the Act of ed all such dreams. The child has cisco. Ait Hansen, who accompanied
March 3. 1879.
been cut down by a speeding driver them to Frisco, remained there for
who couldn’t stop in time. Or the a visit with his brother-in-law and
youngster was mn over by a careless sister, Mr. and Mrs. Al Schuler, and
motorist who didn't allow for the un a brother who resides at Gilroy, Cal.
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expected things a child might do He plans on returning home about
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the middle of February.
while playing or riding a bicycle.
Mr. and Mrs. George Renner visited
The extent of these street and high
way tragedies snuffing out the lives with son, Moyne, whose ship docked
of promisiing boys and girls of school there from Japan, also with Mr. Ren
age or younger, or inflicting injuries ner’s sister, Carol Wegner. Ellen Man
that may cripple them permanently, is ning called on Mrs. Myrtle Manning,
something every driver should know and Mr. and Mrs. Hugo Wiedehoffer.
and always keep in his heart.
In a Mrs. Wiedenhoffer is an opeia singer.
Mr. Palmer visited with his mother,
a a e
Per Year Marion-Linn Counties $2.5#
Mrs. Laura Z. Palmer, and sister,
Outside Marion-Linn Counties $3.00 children under 15 are killed and 115,- Mrs. Elois Myers, all of San Fran
000 injured. Well over half of them
cisco. They reported a pleasant trip,
Open 6 A. M. to 11 P. M.
DON W. MOFFATT Editor-Publisher die and an even greater portion are with good highways, and climactic
hurt when struck by drivers
ALWAYS GIVE THE KIDS
should be fully pi epared for sudden condictions.
After the shuffleboard game Fri
A BREAK ON HIGHWAYS
emergencies when children are in
day night, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Layman
Fond hopes of narents are wrapped the streets.
The burden of caution rests squar entei tamed at their home, with a
ely upon the shoulders of a driver : March of Dimes Chinese dinner of
i who is approaching any child or a chow-mein, egg foo young and baked
group of children on a street or high spare ribs.
Those attending were Mr. and Mrs.
way. Children’s actions are never
predictable, although we have been Otto Russell, Ann Stevens, Al Fred
able to train them in ways of safety rickson, Dale (Dutch) Mileger, Mrs.
Elaine Fariow, Mr. and Mrs. Herman
with some success.
Uusually it is
Smith, Mr. and Mrs. Marion Kite, Mr.
1 when a driver is going too fast to
’ stop safely or thinking of other and Mrs. Bye Rarey, Mr. and Mrs. Ed
things rather than the very important ! Nash, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Champ
ion, Mr. and Mrs. Bud Gescher, Lee
job of driving properly, that kills or
Baker, Mrs. Oskie Nyberg, and the
I injures one or more children of tender
host and hostess, Mr. and Mrs. Earl
The protection of police or adult
The Raymond Sophy family moved
“At the Bottom of the HiH”
1 crossing guards at school intersections
| has helped greatly in keeping acci
dents at these places at a minimum. zones near schools or play areas, or
I School by safety partols also have making a full stop when children are
helped. Most drivers obey the signals | leaving or boarding a school bus. But
Mill City, Oregon
Byron Davis, Owner
of these protectors of children and even more than that is needed. To all
respect the ever-present need for a- drivers we recommend the admoni
' lertnes and slower driving in speed tion; "Always give the kids a break.”
t—THE MILL CITY ENTERPRISE THURSDAY. FERRI ARY 4. 1954
Viv's Steak House
a Dull Moment
! from their home on Clester road, to > «raaooD a o oo nosco o oazroenenenaa
1 their home on Santiam street, and
I the Johnson family, who have been
' occupying the Ann Stevens home,
I moved into the Sophy home on Clester j
Garbage, ashes, trimmings, etc.
Mr. and Mrs. Dorian Ray and son,.
weeklv nirkuns $1.50 nor month
Gregory, of Idanha, and Miss Lou 1
Also light hauling
Ann Manning, and Gary Stevens, spent
last weekend at the home of the ‘girls’:
grandparents, the Joyces in Portland. Leonard Herman
Saturday evening, Mr. and Mrs. rwwwtrrrwwwwerwwmwwwwwwwwwtrerB
John Bryant of Detroit held-open I
house from 6 to 9 with a March of j
Dimes "spaghetti dinner.” Attending I
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w-ere Mr. and Mrs. Al Butler, Mr. and !
Mrs. Marion Kite, Mr. and Mrs. Bye j
Rarey, Martin McCann, Mr. and Mrs. !
Earl Layman, Mr. and Mrs. Otto Rus
sell, Edna Myers, Mr. and Mrs. Herm-1
an Smith and daughters, Enita, and j
Myrna, Al Fredrickson, Mr. and Mrs. >
Bud Gescher, Tommy Sheehan, Jerry I
Myers, Ann Stevens, Lee Baker and I
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Champion.
Phone 1634 Lyons, Ore.
Jim Giebler is running around with
a big grin on his face these days. The
reason? He trapped a fair sized bob
cat last week that had been stealing
ui first for .
his chickens. Good work, Jim.
Folks in this area are enjoying
spring-line weather after the recent
heavy snow storm. There is still
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plenty of snow around yet, and we
had hoped the ground hog (Tues. Feb.
• Foctery-Trained Expert«
2) would not be able to come up
• Genvin* Hotpoint Fart»
throught it, but I guess the stinker got
through anyway and saw his ‘shadder’ i
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so maybe we better run out and bottle j
up some of this sunshine.
on all makes
' flotpoint j
Ranges and Water Heaters
MILL CITY TAVERN
ELL IT THRU THE
Now you can make that end tab'.«
out of real hardwood
maybe decorate a room with hardwood
We have lots of hardwood plywood
on hand and will cut the size you need.
Open On Saturdays
Kelly Lumber Sales
East CitV Limits Hiway 222
TOO YOUNG TO D/E
• Don’t expect your Phy-
aician to perform mira
cles. Remember, it takes
more time and effort to
climb uphill than to coast
down! Your patience and
full co-operation are es
sential to rapid recovery.
Capitol Drug Co.
When epidemic strikes and takes its sudden and deadly count of the
young, it tears at our heartstrings for there is so little we can do about it.
Such tragedies may occur once in a year or two. But the highway toll of
young innocents produces a casualty list every day, year after year. There
is much we can do about it, for we are responsible.
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In one year 4300 young lives are snuffed out, over 200,000 injured and
maimed for life. I hree out of every four of these lives sacrificed to care
lessness are from 5 to 14 years of age. l oo young to die!
School safety patrols are holding down the casualties of children going
to or coming from school. Two out of three are killed while outside of
school supervision. That’s the big reason why it’s up to you. Mr. and Mrs.
Drixer, to protect little children. Be alert for the unpredictable actions of
youngsters at play, crossing streets, chasing balls and riding bikes.
Little ones arc thoughtless of danger; perhaps, too, they trust grown
folks to guard them. Don t be the one to carry on your conscience the life
of a child. Slow down, be alert where children may be at your mercy.
That’s what you get when you let
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