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MILL CITY. OREGON
I Child Clinic To Be
Held I Here Tues. July 23
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Mrs. Edsel Croan states there will
be a well child clinic held here from
1 to 3:30 Tuesday, July 23. All those
At a breakfast meeting of the
Members l(f the
children entering the first grade or Santiam Union Student Loan Fund
Square Dance club made a trip to
high school for the first time are club, held at Chuck's Fine Foods
the beach over the weekend for their
urged to have their physical exam Tuesday morning, the board went on
annual outing. According to plans
inations at this time. If impossible record as being in favor of forming
the group for the most part were go
to attend this clinic, they should make a non-profit corporation. Funds are
ing to can p out at Beverly Beach,
every effort to come to the clinic in available at the present time to make
of the state camp grounds on
The Santiam Shriners say that August.
Street Commissioner C. E. Mason
a loan to one student for a four-year 1 About 450,000 cubic centimeters the coast. When the Howard Earm-
they can still take more children to
l.° | Dr. Stone will be present.
other members of the City coun
ens arrived to stake out camp sites
the Circus on Saturday. While it
application was presented to the some 117 gallon jugs—have already for the group they found there was cil outlined plans for the summer
would be a great help if all who are
board for the loan this year, that been received in Oregon through the not enough room to accomodate them paving program in the City at the
going could register by the 18th,
being the request of Bruce Gordon, national polio vaccine assistance act all. After due search, however a Wednesday evening meeting of the
Thursday, no one is going to be left
, who p’.ans to enter college this fall. I of 1955. Enough 980,000 cc’s have been camping site was found at Gleneden group. It was agreed that the amount
behind just because he didn’t let it
spent should not exceed $5,000.00
. The board approved his application. distributed through regular com Beach.
be known beforehand.. So, come on
Not only that, a community hall which is well within budget allow
if you can, register before Thursday,
Although the 23-month-old federal was available for rent, and a dance ance. The City recently oiled most
if possible. The Big Show is to be
Each member signing up for mem- program officially ended throughout was held Saturday night. High wind of the streets which had not been
at Waters Park in Salem and will
A road grader was
; bership has pledged $50 a year for the United States the first of this and rain more -r le<s dampened the I previously i paved. A
start at 2:15 p. m. on Saturday, July
I four years. The loan to the student month, state board of health spokes picnic breakfast
morning,! ' l,urch«"wi recently which will enable
1 amounts to $500 per year, payable at men in Portland revealed Tuesday but the group did have a fine time. the street department to do a better
The caravan will form at Detroit
$50 per month. The student gets the that orders placed several weeks ago
Attending were Mr. and Mrs. | job of street maintenance. The old
and those from that area should plan
for an additional 230,000 cc’s of tax- James Wright and daughter. Mr. and grader, which is an outmoded model,
to be at Don Hiner’s Union Station
Division of a jointly-owned 20,-
will be sold.
1 Mrs. James Gordon and daughter,
in Gates by 12:20 for the Gates bus 000-acre tract of virgin Douglas fir to make any payment on the loan purchased vaccine are expected to',
A petition was presented from
keep the program operating on a slow
will leave there at 12:30 p. m. Front timber valued at more than $50,000,- until after he has completed his four- ly-diminishing scale in Oregon until Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Rosamond. Mr. residents in Riverview Addition ask-
and Mrs. Al Nesbitt and daughter,
Mill City circus bound passengers . 000 is sought in a federal court ac-
do so. In the event he does not com early next year.
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Mr. and Mrs. j
will leave the Fire Hall at 12:45 p.m. ' tion in Portland.
W. Linn Blvd, to S. W. Spring
Simpson Redwood company, a sub plete his course, or flunks out, the all vaccine now ordered nationally daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Howard (street. Council members agreed that
The Lyons-Mehama group should be
______ _ Mr. and Mrs. Joe Lalaek.
, , .
ready to leave front the Ginger Bread sidiary of Simpson Timber company,
has been used, about 29 million Am Mr. and Mrs. Jack Scott, Mr. and I there would be less of a traffic
House at 1:00 p. nt. The last contin asks the court to partition the tract iately.
hazard that way and permission was
Those who have signed pledges are
Mrs. F’rank Spellmeyer and daugh
gent will get under way from Stay and set aside to it in severalty Simp
ers, accounting for 45 percent of the ter, and Mr. and Mrs. Don Moffatt. granted. Russell King, police com
ton Union High School in Stayton son’s 12/32 interest in the timber,
population m these two groups, will
is now planning an out- missioner, was instructed to find a
at 1:20 p. m.—next stop Waters Park, said to be one of the finest stands posited in the United States Nation have received one or more injection. I The group
a( Rreitenbush in the 1 relief patrolman to replace Percy
a glorious afternoon's fun and each of yellow fir remaining in Oregon.
1 Mulligan, who is leaving soon for
through the tax-financed program. | ”
and everyone will have a circus treat The tract is in the Thomas creek
| California. Chief Meader repotted
Dr. Harold M. Erickson, state near future.
drainage in Linn county.
waiting before the show begins.
five arrests for the month of June
health officer, said the program was .
Other major ownership is that of officer of director. They are J. C. established by Congress to provide
For those parents who wish to take
with 17 calls answered and 1614
their children to the circus personal Sewell Avery of Chicago, board Kimmel, president; Carl Kelly, vice "free" vaccine for complete three- .
miles driven by the police car.
ly, free tickets can be obtained at chairman of Montgomery Ward, and
1 It was called to the attention of
shot protection for 25 percent of all
each of the following places: Idan Waldo A. Avery of Grossepoint,
I Council members that there have
children and all expectant mothers,
ha, Stoll’s IGA Store; Detroit, Fred Mich., who have a combined 17/32s
I been buildings and additions being
as a guarantee that no highly-sux- ¡
Snider’s Boat Landing; Gates, Don interest.
ceptible person would be denied polio .
. II T
1 j constructed without a permit, which
Hiner’s Service Station; Mill City, company owns the remaining 3 32s
is required by city laws. Frank Hunt
The Mill City Enterprise and the interest.
er is building inspector.
Simpson asks the court to order j
Marshall Wells Store; Lyons, Lyons
t>f the public vaccine is adequate for | At the fourth annual invitational
Food Market; Mehama, Ken Golliet’s partition of the tract according to
only about one shot for each of the ( softball tournament at Corvallis four
and in Stayton at Charlie Clarkson’s the respective rights of the parties
approximately 621,245 eligible per- members from the first three teams,
Service Station. Adult tickets can be involved, and further asks that
sons, he pointed out.
Bashor’s of Portland; Rubensteins
three referees be appointed by the
purchased at each place.
Although much of the vaccine has Furniture of Eugene and Nored
Just as last year a police escort will court to divide the property and to
been given on an individual basis in Builders of Corvallis, won individua
conduct the busses into Salem and allot Simpson its portion, consider
doctor’s offices, Dr. Erickson said awards.
on to Waters Park. The Santiam
Mrs. Maude McKitrick. 70, widow
the bulk of the tax-purchased supply | Carl Beyer and Gordy McMorris,
Shriners are indeed grateful for the suit asks that costs of the parti
A record distribution of $415,406.05 has been used at mass clinics such as wbo paced the Builder’s to a surpris- of Henry L. McKitrick, win at one
opportunity to make it possible for tioning be paid pro rata by the par in earnings from the irreducible those held recently in Mill City and ' , ing
tnira place in the
me tourney, walked time operated the Mill City news
every youngster to see the circus ties.
school fund to the public schools of many Oregon counties.
individual awards. paper, died Thursday, July 11, in a
U. S. District Judge J. Frank Oregon was authorized Tuesday by
again this year. The club sincerely
I M. Morris was named the
val- Salem hospital. She was a late reai
appreciates the financial assistance McLaughlin, on motion of R. L. So the State Land Board.
rnost striking examples of teamwork uable . yer to hig t,,an, duriIlg the dent of Nelscott, where for the past
that has been provided by merchants
Governor Robert D. Holmes, Chair we have ever witnessed in the health 1 j tournament. —
• —--*■— four yneri* sh<_ had owned and op
r,>si<lents of each community in the Simpson company, ordered the man of the Board, said the figure field.”
erated cottages. Mrs. McKitrick be
I fielded brilliantly and hit -333 in five
Averys to appear or plead to the which represents just over 87 cents
“Although Congress provided the games with six safeties in 18 trips, came ill at her home Wednesday
complaint on or before September 3. for each of the State’s 475,293 school
funds for the vaccine, we certainly jwo of his blows were home runs, night and was taken to the hospital
Simpson acquired its interest when
in an ambulance.
not have achieved the present
. including a 1 bases-loaded clout and
it purchased that M & M Woodwork
She is survived by her father,
amount of protection against 1
doubles. McMorris also
ing company last fall. The tract con years.
H. Harper, Parkdale; sons
tains some 1,500,000,000 feet of tim
I I drove in seven runs.
John T. McKitrick, Portland, and
ber, much of it mature. Simpson 000 in irreducible funds collected by a time without the wholehearted co
Beyer pitched four of the
McKitrick, Los Angeles,
wants it divided so the timber can the Land Board from the sales of operation of Oregon physicians, nur I Builder games, and in one night William E.
Tom K. Harper,
be harvested before it deteriorates.
against Lebanon and Eugene, worked
A spokesman for Simpson said lands and royalties from sand and departments, the press, the radio and 21 innings. He won two and lost two, Canada; George Harper, and Earl
the company wanted to develop the
pitching in 35 innings. Beyer struck Harper, Long Beach, Calif; sisters.
Effective Midnight July 11
tract, on a long-range program con Oregon’s navigable streams, Gover volunteer workers,” Dr. Erickson out 34 and walked seven in his four Mildred Beam, Parkdale; Anna Woos
The special permit closures on the sistent with sound forestry practices,
ley, Montana; and Jean Bliler, Fres
W’illamette National Forest are in ef a a timber supply for its Albany and invested in mortgage loans and bonds concerned over the terrible effects
James Grant and Marlin Cole of no, Calif-
fect on and after midnight Thursday, Lyons plywood plants.
Mrs. McKitrick was a member of
ren owes these people a real vote of Mill City also played on the Nored
July 11, according to word just receiv-1
Chapter, No. 145, Order of
ed by Forest Supervisor Robert Auf-1
Land Board timber lands for adminis
Those selected on the all-star the Eastern Star, of Mill City, in
He estimated that at least 80 per
derheide. These closures are neces- |
tration from the Land Board to the cent of the tax-purchased vaccine has team are: Catchers, Bill Mehle, Nor which she took an active interest
sary due to the extreme fire haxard
Board of Forestry was approv been administered as a free public ed Builders, and Eimer Sanetel of while here.
that exists in the areas which are pre- ,
Funeral services were.held Wed
ed in a resolution adopted Tuesday service by privae physicians, who Oregon City.
dominantly comprised of old burns or
afternoon, July 17 in Salem
logging areas. It is required that an 1
Provisions for the transfer were hours time from their offices to the Builders, Don E'loren and Kenny A fellow member of the Christian
entry permit be obtained by persons
included in laws passed by the 1957 progam.
Westmoreland, Bashor’s of Portland. Science church conducted the service,
wishing to enter these areas for bus
First Base, Ron Koski, Bashor’s.
reading passages from the Bible and
iness purposes only, except that no
A new “raincoat” that protects ' legislature and signed by Governor
Second Base, Bob Bartholomew, Science and Health, with Key to The
permit will be required of any ac houses against weather damage, such Holmes. Included are Elliot State
Scriptures by Mary Baker Eddy.
tual settler going to or from his as blistered paint and rotting wood, ; Forest Lands in Coos and Douglas
home. Full information, together is now available as a water-repellent counties, totaling some 71,643 acres.
Acreages in counties outside of Elliott
Eugene (Bob played for Mill City
with permits, may be obtained from wood preservative, according to
the ranger station indicated below, or Charles Ross, Oregon State college
Benton County, 440; Clackamas,
Shortstop, Gordy McMorris, Nor I
from the guard station nearest the forestry specialist.
The preservative is pentachlorphe
ry, 1,159; Douglas, 3,377; Jackson, couple months requires extra care
Outfield, Gene Smith, Eugene;
Detroit Ranger Station
nol, often referred to simply as “pen
13.061; Josephine, 5,458; Lane, 1,682; in our lawns, according to County Mickey Newell, Bashor’s and Phil
Area No. 126-P, Tumble Creek ta.” It is sold under various trades Lincoln, 4,373; Linn, 40; Marion, 160;
names, already mixed in a water re Polk, 160; Tillamook, 964; Yamhill, Extension Agent Wilbur L. Bluhm. Gatto, Oregon City.
This extra care helps greatly in de
Utility, Kuykendall, Eugene and
solution so as a concentrate
Area No. 97-P, Whitewater Area. to be mixed according to directions on
Publication of three new education
Lake, 640; Klamath, 3,043; Union. weed-free turf throughout the year.
Area No. 99-P, Bugaboo-Straight the label.
al materials on communicable diaease
Umatilla, 800; Wallowa, 280;
Wood siding, especially when it
control was announced Friday by the
Wasco, 240; Wheeler, 560; Grant, should be followed at this time of the
Area No. 100-P, Marion Creek has not been recently painted, soaks
state board of health.
up moisture rapidly when subjected
The leaflets, entitled Measles,
1. Watering^only when necessary-
Whooping Cough, and Scarlet Fever,
Area No. 127-P, Lost Creek Area. to a driving rain or water running I
will be distributed without charge
Area No. 93-P, Kinney Creek down over it. Tell-tale signs are paint
2. Mowing grass higher.
blisters or streaky stains from wood,
local health departments, pri
Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Syverson have
3. Adequate fertilizing.
Area No. 128-P, Leone Creek Sale building paper or rusty nails.
Watering the lawn to a depth of 8 received word that their son A2c vate physicians, schools, and local
Before repainting a house, Ross
I to 12 inches encourages deep root Raymond “Dick” Syverson has been civic and health organizations.
suggests scraping and sanding blist
The 7%x5*4” leaflets each contain
Mrs. Fay Weavill of Gates was ing and a healthier grass. Light, shal I named airman of the year in France. two pages of uommon questions and
ered areas. Then, before applying new
paint, brush a penta water-repellent seriously burned on both arms Mon cause shallow rooting. The lawn sented a gold trophy from General answers on prevalence, recognition
preservative into overlap joints, butt day, July 8, when a kettle of hot
should be watered rather infrequent Gearhart. Syverson is a crew chief of disease, symptoms, ’ and normal
ends, and all joints on door and win- grease, in which she was going to do ly, only as it needs it.
on a F86 for the 417th E'ighter Bomb precautions which should be followed
low trims and house comers. Penta some deep frying, caught fire. Mrs.
It is desirable to raise the lawn er Squadron. He is also crew chief to avoid complications. They are de
treatment is especially important Weavill was afraid her house was go
to clip the grass higher dur for Colonel Yeager, the jet ace who signed to aid parents recognize the
24th Div., Korea.—Pvt. Richard J. where old paint has loosened. Excess ing to burn down, as the kitchen cur
I need for proper care of cotrimon child
weather. Bentgrass lawns first broke the sound barrier.
Porter, son of Mr. and Mrs. John penta that runs down over the paint tains caught on fire.
hood disease and to help interpret the
Porter, Mehama, Oregon recently was should be wiped off with a cloth
assigned to the 24th Infantry Divis dampened with paint thinner. Allow and carried it outside, receiving ser
The state board of health distri
higher. Avoid letting grass get too tober. He is presently stationed at
ion in Korea.
the penta to dry thoroughly before ious burns to her body. She was burn tall by regular mowing.
butes films and pamphlets on sever
ed on the chest also when the grease
A tank turret mechanic in Company the house is repainted.
al hundred subject« as part of its
A light green color of the grass
B of the division’s 6th Tank Battalion
In replacing rotted siding, Ross ad splashed out of the container. She is
continuing educational program on
Richard entered the Army in Septem vises first soaking or dipping the new under the care of the doctor at the may indicate a need for fertiliser.
common health hazards. Last year
ber 1956 and arrived in the Far East wood in a penta solution.
these materials were used by more
mended, but fertiliser applications
Persons building new houses may
than a million persons in Oregon.
He attended Stayton High School. be able to obtain treated lumber since
The annual Minnesota Picnic will
many lumber yards are now install
At a Linn Democratic eentral com Weather at Detroit Dam
ing wood-treating equipment. Add be held at Jantxen Beach Park in oughly, especially at this time of the
Gates Woman's Club
year. The application rate now should mittee meeting in Lebanon, July 9, 7:00 A. M. Daily Weather Reading*
ed life in the wood and lower repair Portland, Sunday, July 28.
A ad I-ake Elevation
To Meet July 25th
This i» the annual gathering of all be half the nomal rate.
Mrs. Katherine Harris, Lebanon, was
toils will justify the expense of the
Weed control practices should be elected county chairman, replacing
Max. Min Pep.
former Minnesotans now living in the
Mrs. Dick Parker stated Monday treatment, Ross says.
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Pacific Northwest. These ex-Gophers continued throughout the summer Mrs. Eva Sylvester, who recently re July 10
that the Gates Woman’s club July
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come from the states of California, months. Spraying and hand pulling signed to accept state work.
meeting would be held Thursday,
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Other vacancies caused by similar July 11
Rev. and Mn>. B. A. Ia»renr*> and Washington, Idaho and Oregon f°r supplement good lawn care in obtain
July 25, instead of July 18, the regu
ing vigorous turfs.
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resignations were filled by Francis July 13
lar date. The change of date was their children and her parents, Mr. their annual get-together.
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Semler, Albany, vice-chairman of the July 14
made necessary because so many of and Mrs. Lloyd Roland of Duarte,
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Whoever runs from an enemy per
Smartness is never synonomous entrai committee, and Mrs. Elaine July 15
the officers would be out of town on Calif., spent Monday at Breitenbush
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Cahill, Albany, alternate chairman. July 16
with vulgarity and improprieties.
and Wednesday at Stiver Creek Falls. nuts that enemy to run his life-
•-’■J ** •*»«••-
Gordy McMorris Named
X’.: In Softball Tornament
Wife of Former
Publisher Dies in Salem
Helps Guard Home
From Weather Wear
Water Lawns Deep to
Form Better Roots
Gates Woman Receives
Serious Arm Burns
Mehama Man With
Army in Korea
Leaflets to be
Dick Syverson Honored
In France by Air Force