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»—THE MILL (TTY ENTERPRISE
THE R.SDAY. APRIL 29, 1954
1 Friendship Circle Meets
Appear Here Friday Night At Tarrs Home Tuesday
I Democratic Candidate To
7— — . democratic
Mrs. Arlo -
Tuers, president of the
in Congress Friendship circle of the Presbytei lau
■late i for
at the file hall Friday. , church, was hostess to the group at
April 30 at 8 o’clock. County candi- her home Tuesday evening. Minutes
S19 West Washington Street.
dates will al-o be present, and ' a were read by the -ecretary, Mrs. De
speaker on tne
, los Hoeye, who also .. read
OPEN SUNDAYS AND
MILL CITY DEBATES SCIO
This word was received heie Mon-, Church World Service thanking the
ON THE STAGE
and bounced for the high country a»
IN 1JASI II H.l. G AME
Mill Citv Lions Club
I used for the sewing machine project
By Richard Anderson
moved to third. Don Elling.-on squeez ic cour.ty chairman of Shedd.
I The Mill City Timberwolves added ed Bassett in with his second perfect
World service chairman, Jeanette.
Scio to their list of victories making sacrifice bunt of the evening in as
for Korean widows.
Proceeds to Finish the
a total of three wins and two losses. many trips to the plate. The next man Dustin got on by an error, which ( Andersen, is assembling a layette
lfc>y Scout Cabin
t Elton Gregory, receiving plenty of
C urtain at M:00 P- M.
was thrown out to retire the side. Mill sent him on to second, He took third | from among the members to be sent ■
i help from the field, pitched a two-hit City
Come early for bent seat*
had the big end of the 3-1 score. on a wild pitch and came in on Maurie to a hospital at Kayenta, Arizona. De
ter, striking out eight and walking
Fowler Clothes Dryers
In the fifth, Bob Slover walked, a Bassett’s single. Delmer Syverson votions were read by Sigiun Grmistad.
Jeanette Andersen was in chaige of
four. Losing pitcher, Bob Slover, strike-out followed, and then Thomas singled, but Bassett was thrown out
the program, the theme being "Mis
yielded seven hits and seven wrlkt, was hit by a pitch. After the next Scio to retire the side.
Another run came in the third on a sionary Work of the Presbyterian
April 30, May 1
■ and struck out seven.
The first inning was three up, three Stewart, a former Mill City player squeeze play. Teiry Dustin got to
Assisting with the program were
FRED MacMt KRAY, in
blasted a two-run double into center
2 I the second, Gregory walked Janis, field. The next batter was thrown out verson’s bunt scored him. In the fifth. 1 Helen Ki.ewer, Marian Pescheck, Sig
who then advanced to second and third at first, retiring theside with a 3-3 Ward fouled advanced on an erior and 1 run Grimstad, Mai ion Todd, Virginia
came in on a blow by
. Phil Carey, , | Hoeye, and Edythe Means. Scripture
on wild pitches. On the second batter’s score.
Cai ey 1
Gordon. Re-1 :
third strike, the catcher missed the
Mill City s first batter, Dick Crook, which wasn't a hit because Cgiey ' was read by Bernice Gordon, the
■ ball, and, on the throw to first for walked. Then Lloyd Ross knocked on«
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GORDON MeRAE in
the put-out, Janis scored. A pop-up to second baseman, who assisted the Bassett scored on Syverson’s single. J meeting.
land a throwout retired the side. Mill shortstop, putting Crook out. The
----- singled advanced
City failed to score in the bottom shortstop, trying for a double play, with one awa,
scored ..n Dustin’s Grade School Horseshoe
half, making it 1-0 for Scio.
threw a wild one to
In the third, Scio went out with a on to second where another attempt single. Maurie Bassett knocked one j Pitchers Still Winners
JERRY’S CORNER . .
man on second. Delmer Syverson to cut him off went deep into center to the second baseman, whose bad | In horseshoe games played at the
, I Mari-I.inn school last Friday, ...»
walked, as Mill City’s first batter, field, allowing Ross to score.
That throw scored Dustin.
__ ra , je gchool
i . 1. lost
All of Sublimity s runs weie in the 1 z*«.
and Don Ellingson sent him to second was the winning run; Mill City didn’t
May 2 and 3
I with a perfect sacrifice bunt. No runs have to bat in the seventh as Scio
ns Minden was thrown out at first, i with Scio here, the local boys won
I were scored, however, as a fly ball, a managed to get only one man on in the
Jim Lewis singled and came home on seven straight games.
JANE RUSSELL in
I walk and a sti ike-out ended the in- final two innings, a walk. Six other
a long fly-ball by Ron Bentz, which
Taking pait Friday were Louis
, batters walked up to the plate and was flubbed allowing Bentz to reach
THE FRENCH LINE | ning.
Morgan, I.ahny Podrabrky and Tom
With one away in the fourth, Janis back to the dugout with that tying I third. Bentz scored on Vic _.
Kiester s ! my Fencl, who won all four of their
’ singled for Scio’s first hit, and once run only a pleasant thought.
Not Recomended for Children
o n riftames; James Williams and Donald
again he reached third on two wild
Mill City’s next scheduled game is
K H E i cree who each won one and lost one.
I pitches.He was cutoff at home after a a Marion B leaguer at Jefferson Fri Mill City 401 020 2
9 8 2 Representing Mari-Linn were Earl
walk and a strike-out, on an attempted day, April 30 After that on the fol Sublimity 000 003 0
3 6 9 McWhirk, Mike Ciuson. Ray Aronson,
lowing Friday, the Timberwolves play
Mill City—Dick Crook, Al Ward.
and Darrell Mansveld.
Mill City took over in the fourth, their last league game, with St. Paul,
Sublimity—Dave Parrish, G. Min-
May 4 and 5
with the help of a couple of throws under the lights, starting at 8 o’clock. den.
¡Mill City May Have
to third base, which were nice except
Preceding Mill City’s 4-3 victory
Gene Teague Chevrolet
that the third baseman wasn’t there. over Scio, at Mill City, April 23, there
i Driver Training Project
BRUCE BENNETT, in
Al Ward singled and stole second as, was a JV game. Scio’s junior varsity Mill City Defeats Stay ton
For High School Students
the second batter fanned. Then he whipped the Mill City team 5-1 in five
THE LAST OUTPOST
Mill City is beginning the organiza-
tried for third. The catcher threw the innings. Five hits told the story of
tion of a driver training project for
By Richard Anderson
hall, no baseman, and Ward came in Mill City went hitless.
school students. Several meet-
as the ball bounded down the
been held and I.ee Knowles
Mill City: Elton Gregory, Al Ward.
field fowl line. Phil Carey singled and
Wednesday night. Winning Pitcher I and Police Chief Meador are aiding
Scio: Bob Slover, Jim Dain.
took second as Maurie Bassett was
Doors Open at 7:0« P. M.
Elton Gregory struck out fourteen, in getting the project started.
hit by a nitched hall. As Slover was 1
Complete show can be seen an»
This is a worthy undertaking and
gave up two hits, walked six, and hit
MILL CITY WINS FROM
time up to H:30
should have the support of all parents
batter with four straight balls, Carey SUBLIMITY SCORE 9-3
6 one. The loser, Bab Key, struck Out
five, gave one hit, walked three and in the city. More details will be given
1 *ook for the third. Another throw to
By Richard Anderson
th>ee, before he was relieved mid in The Enterprise next week.
third by the catcher found no baseman J The Mill City Timberwolves won
Way in the bottom of the third inning
~ ~ "i
Nelson struck [ Mill City Tavern Wins
cord to four wins and two losses. The by Robert Nelson,
A FRIENDLY STo*-r-
out seven, allowed six hits, walked CanyrtP Shuffleboard Crown
TRY OUT A NEW SINGER SEWING MACHINE
day. Dick Crook pitched the win, al one, and hit one.
Byron’s Mill Citv Tavern defeated*
lowing six hits, four walks and strik-
Seven day FREE TRIAL in your home. When in need
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Meander Inn in the playoff of (he lie'
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, ing out seven.
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The big inning was the first. Mill Mill City:
used Sewing Machine, Call or Write
Stay eon: Bob Key, Roger Nielson yon shuffleboard league. Meander Inn
City's first batter, Jack Melting, bunt
won the game Friday night on their!
Always High Quality
ed to the pitcher, Parrish. Parrish's (3) and Dave Nietting.
• rr.1. W.rt 1 THS alsou MFO. oo.
Mill City: Elton Gregory and Al own board by 18 points, and Mill City!
throw to first was fumbled, so Melt
Tavern won on their home board by,
ing got on. He advanced on a wild Ward.
20 points, thus breaking the tie. Thei
Winner: Gregory; Loser: Key.
pitch and stole third. Dick Crook walk-
final point score was 257 to 259.
book ».tip M«iU»r MNecK ««WINS HACHIM -«■
j ed. Then Lloyd Ross tripled for two
Final League Standings
| runs. Al Ward’s grounder to first
one 3 3512
base scored Ross as Ward was put Mill City Takes Second
ON THE HIGHWAY
out. The next batter fanned. Terry In Chemawa Track Meet
i Meander Inn
By Richard Anderson
The Lake .........
The Mill City track team come out Cedars Tavern
Specials for Friday and Saturday-
second to Cheniawa in a three-way Spillway Tavern
I track meet there Wednesday, April Les’s Tavern
22. The third team was St. Paul. Jerry’s Tavern
Andy Joseph personally accounted for
Make our city a better place in which to live
30 of Chemawa’s 72tt points« Fit sts:
low- hurdle, discus, high jump and
pol-vault; seconds: hirfh hurdles, jav
elin, afid Wrodd jrimp; fourth! 220-
For Miff City, Elton Greorgy made
iJAi of the 53 points by winning the
s 4 k £ plit and broad jump, besides plac
ing ibud in the 220 and running on
the rela'.^ tvSm, which placed second.
St. Paul «royred 26 points.
Timberwolves Make Good
Showing In Baseball Games
FLORIST and NURSERY
SINGER SEWING CENTER
Margarine 4 ibs
FLOUR io ib bag
Birds Eye Frozen
Peas 3 pk« 55c Tomato Juice
Campbell’s—IB ounce tin
Frost Queen. 10 oz. qk«.
2 for 49c
Make our city a better place
In which to live
> I ORE HOI RS
For details see display in our store
Buy one and get one free
Nalley’s Sweet or Hamburger
12 ounce jar
7:00 to 7:60 Except Sundays and Holidays
Daily Delivery in the City
Order Deadline 3:60 P. M.
Mill City. Oregon
Now Is Good Time To
[Control Broadleaf Weeds
Now is a good time to control the
broadleaf weeds in lawn» with 2,4-D,
»ays O. E. Mikesell, county extension
The killer is available as a liquid
| or in handy shakers containing a
dust mixture. Some
small pressure sprayers that they
loan or rent to their customers.
Mike-ell says there isn’t much dan-
I ger to susceptable plants and shrubs
aiound the home if certain precau-
mends that control can be done on a
, tions are taken. The agent recom-
.nends that contact can be done on a
quiet day, that spray pressures be
kept low in order to insure rather
large droplets and that the manu
facturers recommendations on rates
A follow-up sptay later
in the season will be necessary for
heavily infested lawns.
Warming Fires in Woods
Illegal Says Forestry Dept.
Warming files in the woods are a
serious threat to the security of the
timebrlands, the state forestry de
partment cautioned Wednesday.
James Walker, assistant state for
ester. advised that warming fires are
illegal when started in the forest
areas, He said the first fire of the
season had already been checked up
to this cause, with three acres charred
in the central Oregon district near
He also cautioned a-
gainst debris burning without first
getting a permit form the local war
den or rang«>r. After the closed seas
on starte«! April 1. all debris burning
must be covered by a written permit
from a local forest officer
CANCER STILL INCREASING
The annual death rate from cancer
m the V. S. since 1900 has increased
from 64 to 145 per hundred thousand
population. The The American Can
cer Society attributes this increase
mostly to a longer potential life span
which re»utls in larger population in
the older age bracket where cancer is
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