The Mill City enterprise. (Mill City, Or.) 1949-1998, July 04, 1957, Page 4, Image 4

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    Study Drivers' Book
Before Taking Test
4—THE MILL CITY ENTERPRISE THURSDAY, JULY 4, 1957
Social Events
Viv's Steak House
Phone 5807
• • •
Mill City
Married Here Recently
CLUB, lodge ANI) local activities
Mary Kelly, Woman’s Editor
Phone 625
It pays to know the law before at­
tempting to get a driver’s license in
Oregon, just as it pays to obey the
law in order to keep the license, the
Oregon Traffic Safety Commission
commented today.
As a matter of fact, failure to pass
the rules of the road test, the writ­
ten portion of the Oregon exam for a
license, flunked almost as many first­
time applicants last year as the act­
ual behind the wheel driving test,
according to Department of Motor
Vehicles figures.
The department reported that 10,-
843 of the 60,895 first-time appli­
cants failed to pass the rules of the
road test in 1956 on their first try.
Another 14,485 flunked the behind
the wheel exam. Most were success­
ful on subsequent attempts, the De­
partment said.
The high number of failures, es­
pecially when a passing grade of 75
of the road test, clearly shows that
too many people fail to study thet
driver’s manual before they take the
test, the Commission said.
This is especially true of people
who may have held licenses in other
states and thus assume they can pass
the Oregon test without study.
Ignorance of the law is no excuse
for violation, especially in view of the
fact that failure to obey laws is noted
in about 90 percent of all Oregon ac­
cidents, the safety group concluded.
Open 6 a. m. to 10 p. m
Closed Mondays
Mrs. Albert Toman
Mrs. Jull Is Hostess for
Women’s Council Meeting Tells of Mid-West Trip
Mrs. Hugh Jull was hostess at her
Mrs. Albert Toman returned last
home Wednesday afternoon for the week from a three-weeks vacation
June meeting of the Women’s Council which was spent in Minnesota and
I of the Christian church. Mrs. Elsie Illinois. While in Illinois she visited
Myers presided at the business meet- the area which was devastated by
SHOP
ing and also led the devotions for the the recent tornado. At Delano. Minn.,
afternoon. It was decided to hold the where she has relatives she told of
KELLOM'S
annual bazaar the first part of No- a recent flood in that area which did
vember. A dish towel shower for the extensive damage to both the busi­
GROCERY
church kitchen will be held at the ness and residential areas. The air is
for your every day
I July meeting, which will be a potluck still stagnant from the flood waters.
dinner at the home of Mrs. Myers | She said there was only one real hot
needs
j Refreshments were served by the ,day during her stay in Minneapolis,
Try Our
hostess, assisted by Mrs. Floyd Shep­ and for the most part the weather
herd.
GREASELESS DONUTS
was cool and cloudy. During her Min­
Present were Mmes. Elsie Myers, neapolis stay they had been warned
They’re Good
B. A. Lawrence, Rowen, of Twentj- of an impending tornado. There were
i Nine Palms, Calif.; E. K. Fish, Low- | black clouds overhead but no “fun­
Kellam's Grocery
I ell Cree, Herbert Whitaker, Glen nel” in the cloud was formed so the
Shelton, Ralph Jull, William Shep- area was spared.
Your Neighborhood
I herd, Arthur Hedge, Floyd Shep-
She visited Lincoln's home and
Grocery
’ herd and Hugh Jull.
tomb and also went to New Salem,
Mill City, Oregon
Something to sell? Then try a where she saw a replica of the town
as it was when Lincoln lived there.
■ Classified ad in The Enterprise. “It was really ihteresting,” said Mrs.
Toman.
On commenting on the country,
she said she was very glad to be back
SA
in Oregon. She was accompanied on
the trip by her granddaughter, Lynn
Robison.
Hard work still represents the main
essential of success in life.
Parents Should Have
7 3’A
MILLION
AMERICANS
SAVE AT BANKS!
Open or add to
[ your savings account
at U. S. National
by July 10
.Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Bevier and
son, Jim, went to Foster Sunday
i where they visited their son and
Pictured above are Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Jull who were brother, Gary, who is stationed there
married here recently in a pretty church wedding. They are at with the Linn County Fire PatroL
home now in Cougar, Wash., where he is employed as a civil en- They stated their son, Brian Mof-
gineer’s aide with the Department of Commerce
' fatt and Ron Kuhlman will come
1 Parents should obtain complete
| home for the Fourth.
physical and dental examination^ as
Mill
City
Residents
Plan
soon as possible for all children en-
I tering school for the first time this To Attend Convention
We Have Just Received a New Shipment of
fall, the state board of health an­
A number of Mill City people plan j
nounced Saturday.
to attend the 109th annual convention I
BATH TOWELS, FANCY DISH TOWELS
Early examinations are necessary of the Oregon Christian churches,
to allow time for complete immuniza­ which will be held at the Turner
AND LUNCH CLOTHS
tion schedules and any corrective Memorial Tabernacle at Turner. The
work which is indicated, according to meetings start Tuesday evening and
Come in and See them Today.
' Dr. Harold M. Erickson, state health close Saturday evening. The theme1
1 officer.
for the convention this year will be ■
I Dr. Erickson explained that Ore- “The Love of God Made Perfect.”
on school authorities require records
Among those who will speak dur- I
Phone 2241
Mil J. CITY, OREGON
I of such medical and dental examina- ing the convention are the Rev. Dr.
| tions at a child’s first registration. George R. Davis of Wichita Falls,
He also reminded parents that many Texas; Dr. Orval W. Peterson of
school districts ask parents for cop­ St. Louis, Mo.; Rev. Fred Sawyer 5
ies of birth certificates for all new of Indianapolis, Ind.; and missionar-
admissions.
aries to the Belgian Congo and Jap­
Birth registration cards may be an. The Rev. Ellsworth Lewis and
secured by sending one dollar to the Mrs. Isobel Dittemore will also tell
state board of health, room 979, Port­ of their experiences.
land state office building. Although
the board of health recommends
John Swan and George Stewart
birth registration cards for such pur- went to Roseburg Thursday to at­
popses, complete photostatic copies tend the Eagles convention. While
of birth certificates may be obtain­ there they visited Rev. Ray, former
Presbyterian minister here, who is
ed for two dollars.
Information accompanying requests now 83 years old and still is active in
should include the full name of the church work. Rev. Ray wanted to be
child and parents, and the date and remembered to his friends here and
especially to Lowell Fleetwood, who
place of birth.
used to accompany him on trips
So long as the only test of a man s around the area when Buzz was a
worth is the size of his bank account, little fellow.
the world will lack much of being an
ideal state.
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Phone 2651
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Phone 6803
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