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About The Mill City enterprise. (Mill City, Or.) 1949-1998 | View Entire Issue (July 25, 1957)
I—THE MILL CITY ENTERPRISE TH I RSDAY. JULY 25. 1957
A recent visitor at the home of
Mrs. Fred Grimes and Mrs. Doris
Morris was Ronald Sumpter of Port-
1 land, who was accompanied by his
Mrs. W. D. Sumpter, with
CLUB, LODGE AND LOCAL ACTIVITIES
Mill City ; mother,
whom he makes his home. The Sump-
Mary Kelly, Woman’s Editor
< ter family lived here for many years,
noth Ronald and his sister, Marjorie,
Open 6 a. m. to 10 p. m. graduating from the local high
Mrs. R. 8- Corbin, mother of Mr». i Mrs. Carey Reports Bears
! school in 1930 and 1932 respectively.
I The visitor, who is a cousin of Mrs. Donald Sheythe, recently spent a
j Morris, stated his sister is married few days in the hospital for observa In Park Cause Excitement
GATES—Mrs. Velma Carey re
tion. She is sa'd to be improved.
1 and has four children.
turned to her home Sunday from a
vacation trip with her son and
daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Eu
gene Carey and granddaughters, Di
anne and Beverly of Portland. They
went through Idaho, West Glacier,
Mont., stopped at Lewis and Clark
Cavern and saw the Grand Teton
National Park, then on to Yellow-
where they camped for about a
Bears were numerous this year.
I They counted 107, and were rudely
' awakened one night by one who
! had gotten into camp and “took a
shine” to the neighbor's portable ice
I chest. Not being able to open it, he
I tossed it like a basketball, and be
came vicious and did a bit of boxing
—sending all the watchers to cover.
Next day the owner put the portable
Formerly Lake Lodge
chest into the litter barrel—a total
Viv's Steak House
SATURDAY NIGHT, JULY 27
Plan To Attend This Gala Event. The Club Has Been Redecor-
ated And You’ll Enjoy Dancing To The Music By The
A FINE WESTERN BAND
Well Be Seein' You Saturday, July 27th
Polished Floors in
Hurried mothers in the kitchen are
headed down the roCd toward the
. hospital with accident injuries, warns
Barbara Fessler, Marion County ex
i Many w6m,„ would never drive
I over 35 on the highway, but you
would never know it by the way they
I speed around the kitchen. And acci-
dents in the home cause almost as
many death» as automobile accidents.
Recently, a Marion County woman
fell on a waxed floor and jammed
together the discs in her back.
Waxed, shiney floors look nice, but
they’re too often slick and danger
ous. It s, better to have a less polish
ed floor, but one that is safer to
Anna Lee Howell Married , walk on.
Slow down, take it easy, and think
July 1 Sth to Richard Sibley ¡about
your kitchen. How can you
GATES—Mr. and Mrs. William eliminate unsafe and ^*dangerous
Howel], Rt. 1, Lyops, announce the ¡working habits?
marriage of their daughter Anna
The first and most important habit
Lee Howell to Richard C. Sibley, son to acquire for safety’s sake is the
of Mr. and Mrs. George Bailey of planning habit. Planning plays big
Gates, Monday July 15 at Stevenson, dividends in the saving of time and
Wash. The ceremony was performed strength and reducing fatigue.
by Justice of the Peace, Ruth A.
Many women have found that plan
Miles in the presence of parents of ning their kitchen work was their
the bridal couple.
biggest time-saving device. A plan of
The bride was attired in a biege work for kitchen duties is like a
Mrs. Hill and Mrs. Allen
suit with white accessories, and wore road map. It routes the homemaker
I Honored on Birthdays
a white orchid corsage. She was a
a destination so that even though
I A group of ladies of the Presbyter 1957 graduate of Santiam Union I j to
she strikes a "detour” she will reach
ian church held a no-host luncheon high school and will remain at the
her goal more quickly and safely.
at Fellowship hall at 1 o’clock Fri home of her parents, at present, while
For example, meals may be plan-
day afternoon, honoring the birthday her husband returns for eight weeks ' ned by the day or by the week. The
anniversaries of Mrs. W. W. Allen schooling at Fort Ord, Calif.
further ahead they are planned, the
and Mrs. D. B. Hill.
The same Justice of the Peace per more rush and bustle and health haz
At the close of the luncheon, each formed the marriage ceremony for
of the guests of honor was presented Dick’s mother and father, and for his ards can be eliminated. If food
shopping is planned along with the
with a decorated birthday cake and brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and
meals, such hazards can be reduced
many congratulatory cards.
Mrs. Walter Funk, of Portland.
I still further.
A contest to identify each guest
The next step in developing safe
by her baby picture was won by Pink and Blue Shower
habits in the kitchen is to
Mrs. Harry Mason. Consolation prize
j streamline yourself. Wear clothes
i went to Mrs. J. F. Potter, who had Held for Mrs. Bert Frost
that will not catch on protruding ob
I the most unique picture, however, it
GATES—The Gates Woman’s club
! being an old tin-type of herself and building was the scene of a lovely jects. Pockets, ruffles, and sashes can
her twin brother, the late Ellis Hill. pink and blue shower Friday evening, be hazardous. Since high heels cause
Mrs. C. M. Cline was in charge of given by Gwenn Schaer, Allura fatigue and might cause tripping,
the entertainment for the afternoon. Chance, Rose Haywood and Beulah wear low-heeled shoes.
Examine your tools and equipment
I The affair was arranged by Mrs. Bowes for Mrs. G. B. Frost.
i lister Hathaway, president of the
Decorations were unique and bou to see that they are the best and
Presbyterian Women’s association. quets of summer flowers were very- safest for the tasks to be done. Study
lovely. After an unscrambling word the labels to see whether the pro
Mr. and Mrs. Bill Howe of Port contest, won by Margaret Clise, each ducts contribute to safety.
land spent the wekend with his par one present offered their favorite ; Before using your equipment study
instructions for use and care.
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Morris Howe. name for a boy and a girl. Opening (the
and inspect all electrical
of the beautiful packages was follow-1
ed by the serving of the lunch of cake, j "*
cook.es and punch, served from a '8,s’ CIe“n and oil as directed by the
buffet table to the following: Velma manufacturer. Before cleaning, make
Carey, Alice Watson, Laura Joaquin, sure the current is off and the ap
Grace Meyers, Mrs. Frank Novak, pliance cool.
Disconnect electrical appliances by
Hazel Devine, Mary Howell, Sarah
Rains, Lola Henness, Hattie Cole, pulling the plug, not the cord, from
Margaret Rush, Maude Davis, Carol the outlet.
Keep electric cords and appliances
Sue Ball, Geneva Ball, Margaret
Clise, Ruth Kershaw, Elsie Völkel, dry, and never touch them with wet
Edna Hutcheson, Lois
Putman. hands or while staryjing on a wet
Olivette N. I floor. All appliances which are used
Roles, Mrs. Harry Mason, Mrs. Vir in damp spots should have moisture
ginia Hoeye, Mrs. Earl Loucks, Mrs. resistant cords.
When a fuse blows, find out the
Charles Tucker, Wilma Bumgarner
cause and correct it. Then put in a
and Mary Wilson.
Sending gifts but unable to be pre new fuse of proper size—not a pen
sent were: Pat Ingram, Elsie Ohmart, ny or other substitute.
As a safety precaution, kitchen
Mr. and Mrs. Dave Barnhardt, Mar
gie Parker, Jo Hiner, Mr. and Mrs. tools should always be selected very
Oliver Willis, Connie and Wilma carefully. It is very important to
Stewart, Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Vail, choose pots and pans with rigid
Mrs. Phillip Cann, Barbara Pennick, handles and sturdy bottoms. Sharp
Olive and Marcia Barnhardt, May knives are safer than dull ones since
Haywood. Ellen Chance, and Ruth they require less pressure and,
therefore, do not slip so easily dur
I ing cutting.
Examine your methods of working.
Clas$ of '42 Holds
An organized work surface is an ex
cellent safety device in itself. When
Reunion in City Park
The third reunion of the class of equipment and supplies are stored
’42 of Mill City high school was held near or in the work center in which
Sunday at the City Park. A picnic they will be needed there is less
dinner was served and the afternoon danger of accidents resulting from
spent visiting. The next reunion will disorder and haphazard working ar
be held in five years.
In all your kitchen activities
Present were Lowell Fleetwood,
” and ask yourself “Am I do
Ruth Higdon of Mill City; Mr. and
Mrs. Perry (Virginia Harris) and ing this the safe way?” When the
Greg and Michael of Tulare, Calif.; National Safety Council reports that
Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Guy and children 85% of all accidents are due to human
of Eugene; Mr. and Mrs. Jack Cory failure of some kind, it ia easy to
ell, Scott and Jeffery of Portland; see that kitchen safety needs con
Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Weitman of stant attention.
Turner; .Mr. and Mrs. Howard Naue,
Lyons; Mr. and Mrs. Milton Roten, i Something to sell? Then try a
(Florene Shepherd) Barbara Jean I Classified ad in The Enterprise.
and Bobby of Mehama; Mr. and Mrs. 1
Elmer Culwel] and children, Mrs.
Sam Culwell, Jesse and Harlan Gib
son, Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Shepherd
THIS WEEKS SPECIAL
and Mr« Cecil Lake.
( rhrough Sat., July 27. 1957)
Conversational bit overheard deep
in the heart of Greenwich Village:
’‘Listen, it’s my party, and 1’11 invite
who I want and who I don’t want.”
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