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About The Mill City enterprise. (Mill City, Or.) 1949-1998 | View Entire Issue (July 25, 1957)
3—THB MILL CITY ENTERPRISE
THURSDAY, JULY 25, 1957
THE MILL CITY
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1 Cause One-Third
Of Forest Fires
By Mrs. John T&eten
The Santiam Valley Nurses As
sociation held a picnic at the Dale
fettered as second class matter No Crandall home on the Little North
M), 1944 at the post office a’ Fork Sunday. Only a small group at
for your every day
Mill City. Oregon, under the Act of tended but those coming reported a
Care ees smokers start about one-
third of Oregon’s man-caused forest
March 3. 1879.
very enjoyable time.
Mr. and Mrs. Pete Owens and boys
reports Charles Ross, Oregon
Marion-Lhin Counties, per year 33.00
State college farm forestery special- ’
Outside. Marion-Linn Counties 83.80 visited during the week end with
Mrs. Owens sisters family the Ed
. They’re Good
Keys at Glide. The men enjoyed
_ __ a
In 1955, the latest report
very successful fishing trip at Win
smokers caused 233 of the 729 man- I
70 unoeas-ANO T„e « ^
chester Bay on Saturday when they
caused forest fires in Oregon. Ross |
Kellom s Grocery
«ocxer -»Aktt. ucruee
says smokers are traditionally at the I
got their limit in less than an hour.
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Mr. and Mrs. Joe Martin-of Port
top of the fire-setters list. The holo- I
OF THE «COiu O T h £ MACHthsé
land were week end guests at the
caust that roared out of the woods 1
GUN -TME W?*E
THE 3WEATER T m £ SPEBD'
homes of Mrs. Martins sisters, the
to burn up Bandon, Oregon, in 1936— I
Frank Kimerys and Kenneth Lewis
killing nine persons- was started by
■) 1 A S SO CÎÂ T 1 O N
Mr. and Mrs. Bob Crook and Bar
Smokers are urged to follow three I
bara went to Klamath Falls for the
basic rules to prevent forest fires: |
week end where they visited at the
(1) Use the car ash trap. It is un
Telephone 6681 or 7605
Jesse Coleman home and with other’
lawful to throw cigarettes, cigars,
DON W. MOFFATT Editor-Publiahw relatives and friends.
I pipe heels, and matches front car
Mr. and Mrs. Orville Bilyeu re- ,
windows. (2) Watch woods smoking.
turned home a week ago Sunday from
I Never drop lighted material along
. a vacation trip when they spent some
forest trails or streams. (3) Break
Unit IN COMMON
Memorial time in
northern California and j
matches in half. Be sure the match
ITS NA we FROM
southern Oregon visiting various i
is out before you throw it away.
Born to Mr. and Mrs. Aloysius H. points of interest. They went by the
^ ion ic prom
Neglected or abandoned campfirea
Silbernagel, Rt. 1, Stayton, a boy, coast highway and returned by way
Jwe -ReNCH. -OCNT X LON - JR
ranked second in man-caused fires
of Crater Lake.
in Oregon forests in 1955, accounting
To Mr. and Mrs. Verner A. Bartosz,
Mrs. Mabel Patton returned home ;
for 124 fires. Next on the list was
a boy, 7-13-57, Rt. 1, Aumsville.
logging with 81 fires.
Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert T. Gottenberg I where she was a guest at the home
Burning of debris caused 76 for
Rt. 1, Box 165, Stayton, a girl, 7-14-57. of her son and wife, Mr. and Mrs. 1
est fires. Railroads accounted for 32
Mr. and Mrs. Anton J. Lackner, Rt. Harry Patton. The Pattons daughter
A« m 48 i T OF ajv ng 4/ 5 SA whgs BONDS CAN O
forest fires. Nineteen forest fires
2, Box 231 Sico, a Boy, 7-14157.
A6E4N THE ACCRUAL O BENEFITS T n AT WkL MAKE ¡.’FE EAS-SR ANO M "’RE
and family the Jake Bighams were
PLEASANT IN THE YEARS TO CDMe
SE SMART-STAR! BUYING BONOS NO*'
resulted from intentional setting of
also guests there and they left Thurs
fires. Of the 729 fires that year, 165
day for Washington, D. C., where |
unclassified or listed under
KEEP THIS AD!
' Mr. Bigham is stationed with the '
Over 20,000 Arthritic and Rheu army.
matic Sufferers have taken this I Mr. and Mrs. Ed Castle spent sev
Medicine since it has been on eral days a couple of weeks ago
By Mrs. Albert Millsap
the market. It is inexpensive, can I visiting friends at Klamath Falls and [ Miss Joan Frost has been spending
be taken in the home. For Free j also visited with the Paris Bouche the week at the Friends Church
information give name and ad family at Canyonville.
Camp at Twin Rocks.
dress to P. O- Box 2535, Tulsa,
Visitors at the Gerald Branch home
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Chance went to
' Sunday were Mrs. Branchs parents, Salem Sunday to meet their son, Otis
lias Everything For Your
Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Reynolds from Chance, a Naval Reserve, just re
Tillamook. Mr. Reynolds is manager turned from a month’s Central
By Ronald E. Ragsdale
of the Stewart Market at Tillamook. • America cruise aboard the U. S. S.
♦ ■* ♦
NEW And USED
Gilligan. After an overnight stop at
FURNITURE and BOOKKEEPING SUPPLIES
’ the last of the week into the new their Gates home, they all went up
Last week’s Jaycee garden party
I house they have been building on the to Scout Camp Pioneer where Otis
at the Bill Ingram home was well at
hill above town.
141 N. Commercial Street
will be on the staff for the rest of tended. There were 31 people there.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Crook visit- the summer. Mr. and Mrs. Chance Among the group were two Jaycees
See our selection before
I ed relatives in Portland Sunday. Mr. both spent the day there helping re
and their wives from the Stayton
I Crook’s mother Mrs. Eva Crook ac- pair the water system, and doing area. Mr. and Mrs. Dick Downer at
You Buy Elsewhere
I companied them to Portland and will other small jobs to help. They report tended as guests of Clyde Hathaway.
| stay there for a short visit.
176 scouts there at this time.
THE CANYON’S OWN
The weather was perfect for the af
I Sunday guests at the Alvin Grif
Graveside services were held Mon fair and many of the men tried their
fiths home were Mr. and Mrs. Joe day at the Fairview cemetery for hand at barbecueing the hamburgers
’ Howard and Mr. and Mrs. Earnest Mrs. Faye Clark Russell, 71, late of and turning the ice cream freezers.
Common Carrier — Heavy Machinery and Equipment
Russell all from Salem. Mr. and Mrs. Hillsboro. She will be remembered as Prior to the dinner, a short business
Parker - Hutcheson
! George Farrel who live near Santa a daughter of one of the old Gates meeting was held. Vice president
| Ana, Calif., were Monday night pioneers, Wm. (Billie) Clark, She Tom Kanoff presided in the absence
EXCAVATION and CONSTRUCTION
I guests of the Griffiths.
leaves two brothers, Weaver and of Roy Podrabsky.
' Mr. and Mrs. D. C- Hughes of As George Clark.
The Stayton club has challenged us
toria are announcing the birth of a
Oliver Watson retitrned to the to a softball game, the players all
son, William Carlyn, on July 9. The Sam Jackson Veterans hospital in being Jaycee members. We have ac
new arrival has two older sisters and Portland Friday for a checkup.
cepted their offer with one stipula
is a grandson of Mrs. E. J. Hughes.
Miss Bernice Potter of Woodburn, tion, it being that a return game be
spent the weekend at the home of played on the Mill City field. Softball
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Philo activity in the Mill City area this
year has been slow and we feel that
A houseguest at the Pennick home the local people would enjoy seeing
has been a nephew, Dick Pennick of a few such games. Jim Grant has
Vancouver, Wash. Also present at
this time is Bill Pennick’s cousin, to look into the possibility of having
at least one game here between two
Stanley Fulton from Upland, Calif.
Mayor and Mrs. W. R. Hutcheson of the ball clubs that play in Salem,
left early Saturday morning for Corvallis and Eugene. Jim now plays
Anderson, Calif., taking their grand on a Corvallis team.
On the national level, the Jaycees
son, Dickie Hutcheson to his home.
Also making the trip was the fam recently concluded their 37th annual
ily's pet palomino.
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Millsap of Chuck Shearer, an Indiana attorney,
Portland visited Friday at the home was elected National president. He
of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Albert was opposed by Larry Woodworth
WHEATIES, CHEERIOS or KIX
Millsap. Their nephew, Jerry Klecker from Kent, Wash. Larry was a Na
of Stayton returned to Portland tional vice president last year and
was backed by the entire northwest
Sunday guests at the Millsap home in his bid for the office. He was de
were Mr. and Mrs. Dorland Swan feated on the second ballot by only
and three children of Salem, accom a 17-vote margin out of 3121 votes
panied by Mrs. Mary Klecker, Janet cast. The 1968 convention will be
Designed with the professional logger
and Christine Klecker of Stayton. held in Los Angeles.
in mind, the All-New McCulloch
Christine will remain at Gates this
Model 55 is th* lightest of all
week to be with her mother, Mrs. ver, Lynda, Lynette and Jeri Jo
*3 -limber saws — just
Edmond Klecker, who is caring for Parker, Carol, Brace and Frances
24 power-packed pounds!
Blumenstein and Melody's sister,
Mrs. Albert Millsap at present.
Features like these make the
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Orr and his Debra.
mother, all of Yuba City, Calif.,
gear-drive 55 a standout
spent one day last week visiting at
• T position blade mount for
the Philip Cann home. Also James
bucking and low stump felling
Cann and wife and daughter, Shar
Unmatched lugging ability
on of Yuba City, Calif., visited the
Philip Canns’ on their return trip
Lowest lilhouette for eaty
from Tacoma, Wash.
carrying In woods
Miss Georgia Shane, Miss Loretta
of fast or »low chain ipeed
Starr and Mrs. Mary Champ, all of
Salem and all former teachers in the
OREGON TURKEY TIME
Test it today!
Gates school, visited Royal Johnson I
and other members of his family Sun
day afternoon. Although badly bnus-
ed and shaken from his fall, Royal is
getting along fine and can have visit
NEBERGALL’S ALL BEEF
Garbage. ashes, teunmhurs. Ute.
Mr. and Mrs. G. B. Frost are mov
weakly trickune 8140 per month
ing to their Portland home this weea,
Also light hauUng
and will be at home to their Bad «My Owner
friends at 12334, 122nd and S. Il-
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Kelly after August 1- Such a
EVERYDAY LOW PRICE
can bring complications enough, but
now it is reported that their daugh-
I ter, Joan broke out with measles upon
her return from Church camp.
The Gates Woman's Club will meet
OREGON PRODUCED MILD
Thursday, July 25 at the Commup-
ity House. It « hope there
a good turnout to discuss projects
for the coming year.
Mrs Dick Parker and daughters
were guests of Mrs. Russell Kelly
Buy Merchandise Grown and Produced in Oregon
and children at the Kelly Cottage
By Oregon People
at Roads End for a week. Mr. Park
er and Mr. Kelly spent the weekend
there and returned with their fam-
th of a
THE COMMERCIAL BOOK STORE
Salem Sand and Gravel Company
Sunshine Graham Crackers 1 lb. box 35c
Hunt's Tomato Juice 46 oz. can 4 for 95c
Van Camp's Pork & Beans 303, 2 cans. 25c
4 roll pack
Zee Toilet Tissue
Oven ready A Grade lb 39'
21b. pkg. 79*
RAYMOND BRANCH & SON EQUIPMENT CO.
Cheddar Cheese lb. 49 «
Your Friendly IGA Store
Mrs. David Bernhardt entertained
a group of youngsters at her home
Monday. July 22, in honor of her
daughter, Melody, it being her fifth
birthday. Those attending the party
were Delores Stafford, Kandee and
Gary Henness, Larry and Danny Gar
rison, Sherry, Karen and Sandy Ou-
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