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About The Mill City enterprise. (Mill City, Or.) 1949-1998 | View Entire Issue (April 8, 1954)
5—THE MILL CITY ENTERPRISE
THURSDAY, APRIL ». 1954
case of trench mouth and three of
scarlet fever are listed. Reported as
recovered is Bruce Gordon, son of Mi.
and Mrs. Jim Gordon, of Idanha, wtiO
was ill with a slight case of trench
By Boots Champion
mouth. The'three children of Mr. and
Investiture ceremonies for the first Mrs. John Zeibert, Johnny, Jimmie and
| year Brownies, under the leadership
1 Windy, aie reported as one the road
of Mrs. Betty Pittam, was held in 1 to recovery from scarlet fever. Mrs.
room V at the Detroit school Thursday Zeibert stated the children were not
afternoon, April 1. First year Brown
An official headquarters has just ies who came into scouting and le- too ill with the fever, and that Johnny
been opened in the Library building, ceived pins are: Shirley Kay Pittam, who came dow-n with the fever, the
room 11, 241 North Liberty stieet, Patricia Kettleson, Gerilyne Hopson, last of March, had just recently re
through the courtesy of the Commun-, Shirley Tucker, Lana Lee Storey, Sar cuperated from the mugips and the
ity Chest, for the purpose of publi ah Smith and Candance Firestone. As measles. The two younger children
became slightly ill last weekend.
cizing the all out drive to insure pas sisting with the refreshments
Gloria Evenson entertained at her
sage in May of the measure for a Mis. Floyd Storey and Mrs.
E<ina home Thursday evening with a birth
Youth Service Center for Marion Tucker.
day party honoring Becky Stoll on hei
county, according to W. W. McKinney,
On March 20th, Miss Lou Ann Man- 12th birthday. Games were played and
chairman, for the drive and represen
ting the Salem Community Council and | ning became the bride of Gary Steph a birthday cake and ice cream were
the citizens committee.
sponsoring I ens, formerly of Tacoma, Washington. served to the honored guest, Becky
Rev. Noble Streeter of Mill City per Stoll, Caroylne Lady, Sherry Shepard.
Darlene Storey, Sandra Y'oungblood,
Miss Alma Pohle has taken charge I formed the 8 o clock ceremony before
of the office and will book speakers, | relatives and friends, at the home of Cookie Whitten, Claudia Storey, Mary
facilitate correspondence and print the bride’s mother, Mrs. Ellen Man Whitt and the host, Gloria Evenson.
ning in Detroit.
Two events are scheduled to take
ing matter to be sent out over the
The bride, given in marriage by her place in May for students of the
Detroit school. On May 5 the annual
Serving in an advisory capacity are brother-in-law, Dorian Ray, woie a
prom will be held in the auditorium
Circuit Judge Joseph Felton of the white lace balleiina dress, with a
of the school. The Junior and Senior
juveniel court and Dr. James Ash- pearl tiara holding her shoulder length
veil. Her corsage was white rose buds. class will motor to Seaside for their
baugh of the juvenile department.
annual outing May 21-23.
An eight page pamphlet has just Edna Golden, matron of honor wore a
A miscellaneous nuptial shower was
come off the press which states the
held at the home of Mrs. Opal Lem
proposal to come before the voters, the
ing in Idanha Tuesday evening, March
reasons why such a facility is need Benny Livingood of Idanha, was best
30, honoring Mrs. Gene McClellan,
ed, who is endorsing it, how much it man. A reception was held. Presiding
wd] cost and what jg wrong with the at the coffee urn was Mrs. Geoige formerly Pat Wright of Idanha. Co
Renner and Mrs. Doi lan Ray, Miss hostesses were Mrs. Pearl Hamilton,
and Mrs Floy Storey. Attending were
More than 50 letters have been mail Janet Thompson of Nelscott, served
Mmes. Ester Ekerson, Pat Thorton,
ed to county leaders asking permis the wedding cake.
LaNelle Davis, Lottie Wright, Myrtle
sion to use their names for the of
Gestson, Ester Fouts, Christen Mc
ficial stationery and for the news home in Idanha, where Mr. Stephens
Kinney, Ruth Cole. Ada Tompkins,
paper ads to be run just before the is employed at the M & M plywood
Rozrosell Vickers, Thelma
The drive will feature as theme for
A special feature has been added to
Dorothy Williamson, Bobby Wright,
stationery, ads and brochure a picture Sunday school, and church services at
Bernadine Stoll, and the honored
of a small boy in the open hand of the Detroit Church of Christ. Be
guest, Mrs. Gene McClellan. Sending
an adult with the line, ‘You Hold Their
gifts but unable to attend were Alma
Future In Your Hand,' just beneath it. young school children, sang a special
Lady and I.ela Cannon. From out of
The pamphlet has the sentence over song at Sunday school; and a junior town sending gifts were Mildred
the cover, Mighty Oak
Criminals choir of six teenagers sang a special
Oliver, sister of the bride. Betty Hart,
From Small Delinquene Acorns Grow.’ number at the morning church serv
and Mrs. Pearl McClellan. The Mc-
Quotes are used in the pamphlet ice. The group is under the direction
Clennans were united in marriage
from Life magazine’s spread on juv of Mrs. Raynjond Sophy, and plans March 13 at Reno, Nevada.
enile delinquency, which stated in are for the continuation of this added
The regular business meeting of the '
part, ’The best use of toughness (in feature. On Palm Sunday, April 11th, civic club was held at Marion Forks
handling delinquent children) is for a pot luck dinner will be held at the Lodge Wednesday evening. The first
parents to get tough with them Detroit church of Christ. The dinner year Brownies were guests of the
is in part to welcome student Robert
club. The club sponsors the group.
And from the report just put out Cone, of the N'.W. Christian college
The Brownies, who are under the
by the United States Senate on their of Eugene, who is delivering Sundays leadership of Mrs.
investigation into the problem, ‘The sermons at the church. Everyone is showed their achievements of the past
time has come to declare all-out war j
year. Refreshments were served.
is juvenile delinquency.’
Mrs. Helen Bryant, chairman of the
There will be an important meeting
Some of these organizations already Red Cross campaign in this area, re of members and officers of the FOE
on record as endorsing the proposal ported a little over $200 was netted auxiliary April 14. Vour presence will
are: Salem Community Council, Salem in the district of Idanha and $58 in be appreciated.
Ministerial Association, Oregon Juv the Detroit area.
In last Friday evening’s shuffle
enile Council. Oregon Prison Associa
Miss Joyce Watkins was host at a board league games, the Spillway won
tion, National Probation and Parole miscellaneous nuptial shower, honor with a 25 point lead over Jerry’s Tav
Association, Baker School Mothers’ ing Mrs. Gary Stephens (Lou Ann ern. Score 185 to 160. The game was
and Dads’ club and Circle 7, First and
Eva New, played at Jerry’s. The Cedars vs.
Methodist Church, Salem.
30. The shower was held at the I.es’s at Mill City, lost the game by
McK inney emphasized that anyone home of Mr. and Mrs. Ray Watkins four points to Les’s. Score 161-157.
who wishes to help may come ,to the in Idanha. Games were played, and The Lake drew the bye.
headquarters office. He added that refreshments were served. Co-hostess
Next Friday’s league games will
club program chairman should feel was Mrs. Ray Watkins. Those at bring to a close the tournament for
free to call the headquarters at any tending were the honored guest, Mrs. the season. The games will be played
time for a speaker for their club and Lou Ann Stephens, her mother, Mrs. as follows:
for material to pass out to members Ellen Manning, Mrs. Janet Woodward
Spillway vs. Mill City Tavern, Mill
so that everyone in the county may ad Mmes. Edna Golden, Eva New, City. Jerry’s Tavern vs. Lake. Detroit
aquaint himself with the measure
Verna Warthen, Joy Vern, M. C. board; Cedar- vs. Meander Inn on the
soon as possible.
Ciaven, Judy Cummins, Alice Fryer, Cedars board.
Lillian Butler. Berniece Meals, Phy
Be It Enacted by the People of llis Ketchum, Rozlia Bowers and Judy New 8c Stamp Being
Marion County, Oregon, state of O re- Haseman,
Introduced to Public Today
Mrs. Vern Alvin and Mrs. Clyde
A separate facility
The Post Office department will in
Golden, of Idanha, motored to Port
known as the Youth Service Center
land Wednesday, where they visited troduce its first regular 8c United
shall be located, constructed, opera
States Stamp beaiing the motto, "In
with relatives for a couple of days.
ted and maintained by the County
God We Trust” and also portraying
There seems to be no end to the the Statue of Liberty to a nationwide
Court of Marion County and said
County Court is authorized and direc woes and illnesses in this area. Meas television and radio audience today
ted to proceed to locate, to purchase les, mumps, colds, sore throats, one noon, April 8, in a program emanating
the necessary land, and construct said will discuss problems of the deaf and from the office of the Postmaster
facility at a cost not to exceed the haid of hearing.
sum of $105.000.00 and to operate
The part of the design printed in
Parents are asked to bring their
ar.d maintain such facility for a per deaf or hard of hearing child with red portrays the Statue of Liberty
iod of not less than six (6) years.
them, and living accomodations will be with the wording “In God We Trust”
The County Court of furnished by the school during the in dark gothic, forming an arch over
Marion County is authorized to make clinic without cost to the parents.
the head of the statue. The frame, or
a levy of 2 mills the first year to
Anyone who is interested in at background, which defines the out
provide a fund for the purchase of tending should contact their local line of the stamp, is printed in blue
¡and, construction, equipment and op county health department or write in a gradual tone effect with the dark
eration of a Youth Service Center, directly to M. B. Clatterback, super tone at the edges and fading towards
and a levy of 0.5 mills for second year intendent, Oregon State School for the center to create a white halo in
through six years for the operation the deaf, Salem.
back of the statue. ‘U. S. Postage’ and
of said facility, providing that if such
funds are not available within the lim
itation imposed by Article XI, section
11 of the Oregon Constitution that
said County Court is hereby auth
orized to make a levy outside the lim
itation imposed by Article XI, Section
II of the Oregon Constitution.
The primary function
of the Youth Service Center shall be
to provide temporary care, guidance
and safekeeping for children (per
sons under 18 years of age ) Delin
We are leaving Mill City to make our home in ( ali-
quent children under the jurisdiction
and are holding a public auction of our house
of the juvenile court who cannot safe
hold goods at our home east of the American legion
ly, from the standpoint of their own
welfare or the welfare of the com
hall in Mill City.
munity, be left at home pending the
disposition of their
cases in the
juvenile court shall be the first con
( lothes Drying Rack
Kelvinator Electric Range
cern of the Youth Center. In an e-
mergency, or »here security measures
5-Piece Chrome Dinette Set
Three-Way Table Lamp, Aladin
are necessary, dependent children also
Daveno Bed, Platform Rocker
W affle Iron
may be kept at the Youth Center.
Small T. V. Table
Radios—( ar. Portable, Table
Children may be detained or releas
Duo Therm Oil Heater
Sets and Console
ed from the Y’outh Center only upon
Hollywood Bed With Book Shelf
Record Players and 2 Automatic
the order of the court.
(hangers, 1 Wireless
Inner Spring Mattress
I Spring W ound
Oregon School For Deaf
Nuts, Bolts, and
Night Stand With Chest
To Hold Preschool Clinic
of Drawers to Match
Rabbits, Fryers and Bred Does,
The Oregon State School for the
Large Chest of Drawers
and Litters and Bred Does
Deaf will hold its sixth annual pre
Small Cheat of Drawers
Many Other Miscellaneous items
school clinic for parents of young
deaf and hard of hearing children on
April 12, 13 and 14, Supt. M. B. Clat
terback announced todav.
The purpose of this clinic is to as
sist parents in working with their
deaf child and to acquaint them with
Third hou*e east of the legion Hall
the educational facilities for the deaf
in the State of Oregon.
Parents will have an opportunity to
MILL CITY, OREGON
observe classes from the kindergarten
level through high school work. V ari-1
ous members of the staff of the school
Set Up For Marion
County Youth Center
THE COMMERCIAL BOOK S10EE
Ry Mrs. John Teeters
About twenty-five women were
present at the Women’s club house
Has Eeverything for Your
Friday, April 12, for the meeting of
the Mehama Home Extension Unit.
"Making of Fabric Lamp Shades”
was the pioject and »as presented
Furniture and Bookkeeping Supplie»
by Mrs. Louis Pemberton assisted
by Mrs. G. V. Christensen. This will
141 N. ( ommerrial Street
be the project exhibited by the Me
hama Unit at the Spring Festival;
and the committee in charge will meet
this Thursday to plan for the ex-
niDit. A buffet luncheon was serv
GET YOL K LAWN ANI) GARDEN
ed at noon by Mis. Lou Kirkland, Mrs.
Jack Ryland, Mrs. J M. Teeters and
Mrs Ed Castle. The next meeting will
be held at Gates May 7 with the
Gates members as hostesses. This will
visitors at the Crook home were Mrs.
be the last meeting of the year and
new officers will be installed. Anyone
interested in the Home Extension pro
gram is cordially invited to attend.
We handle the tried and tested
The project for the May meeting is
The Charles Crook home »as the
scene of a large family gathering
Sunday, March 28. Those present for
dinner were Mr. and Mrs. Chet Barr
and Mr. and Mrs. Marion Stone of
Seattle, who were weekend guests at
the Vernon Goodell home and also
visited other relatives here and at Mill
We carry plenty on hand for your needs
City, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Goodell
and family from Mill City, Mr. and
Mrs Vernon Goodell and Mr. and Mrs.
Chailes Crook and Bobbie. Visiting
in the afternoon were the Jack Good
MILL CITY, OREGON
ell family from Lyons. Last Sunday
visitors at the Crek home were Mrs.
Mabel Crook and daughter I.oetta
Have Something to Sell? Enterprise (lass Ads
Mis. Ken Golliet was hostess at her
home to a group of children and their
mothers Tuesday afternoon March 30
honoring her daughter, Harriet, on her
Happy is the husband
Visitors last Saturday at the Milton
Roten home were Mr. Roten’» aunt, I
whose wife keeps the
Mrs. Rosa Roten and two grandchild
ren of Gates.
refrigerator well stocked
Mrs. B. L. Kirsch left Monday af
with rare flavored,
ternoon by bus for Bakersfield. Cali
fornia to get her granddaughter, La-
refreshing Olympia Beer.
Lonnie Kirsch, who expects to spend
some time with her grandparents
/ys TH* t
Mr. and Mrs. Al Molnar and son,
Jimmie from Albany, were Sunday .
visitors at the Frank Bucklers.
The G, V. Christensen family spent
the weekend at Rhododendron and I
Mr. and Mrs. Ted Pruett and family ,
finished moving the first of the week
Hirte Feed Store
the denomination ‘8c’ appear across
the top with the word ‘Liberty’ prom- i
inentlv displayed across the bottom,
in white-face gothic.
APRIL 9 AND 10
Specials for Friday and Saturday
B.C. Angle Food
TREE TEA I™™
RICH IN DMUfELING
12 ounce tin
10 pound hag
2 ereal howls free
1C * GRAIN
28 " 37c
24 07 37c
Solid pack, tin
Kraft’s Quart Jar
Large package .
1 pound box
3 pound tin
Shop Our Fresh Produce
Supply Always Fresh
Juice Oranges - 3 doz 69c
Open Dailv 8:00 A. M. to 7:00 P. M.
Closed Sundays and Holidays
HILL TOP MARKET
Mill City, Oregon.