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About The Mill City enterprise. (Mill City, Or.) 1949-1998 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 25, 1975)
5—The Mill City Enterprise, Thursday, Dec. 25, 1975
Poems By Detroit
School Students Forest Service Map Sales Begin Jan. 1
Slowly the veil lifts
"Baha'i communities are
a wuy of saying that the
put, with Its local hatreds,
Its regional prejudices, its
distru ts of peoples from
across a . . (boundary) .. .
is gone.” Baha'i Writings
Electricity is the lifeblood of
many modern household appli
ances which can make a moth-
ct's job a little bit easier.
But, according to Dr. Albert
H. Domm, child s ifety '|- i I-
ill and former medical director
of the Prudential Insurance ( <■„
that same electric current c i
cause serious injury or eve i
death for a
dler if pre
their horn .
for electro .1
tion if any
J*- JU’-TTXvX h
77iose things we all hold
so dear to the heart
always in some wav come
home to us at Christmas.
Mon. - Tues — Closed
Wed. - Thurs. — 11-81
Fri. - Sat. & Sun.
Ted's Drive In
Dr. Domm «urgests these
safeguards: (1) Keep nil electric
outlets covered when not in use.
Curious children can stick con
ductive objects into uncovered
sockets. (2) Be sure you have
no worn extension cords. (3)
Place all electrical machinery
and appliances out of the reach
of tixldlcrs. (4) Light switches,
electrical appliances, or outlets
should not be within reach of
"The bathtub requires special
attention from parents since
many electrical accidents take
place there,” he said. "Wet
hands and feet increase the
possibility of shock.”
If such a mishap occurs, shut
the current off immediately and
remove the victim from the
contact using a stick or gloves,
but not bare handed. Call an
ambulance or doctor and ad
minister artificial respiration un
til help arrives.
THE LYONS MARKET
Seven Days a week 7:30 a.m. to 9:30 p.m.
We Will Be OPEN
8 Track Tapes
THE HAPPY FOOD STORE
AND MY LAND"
In the -pint of Christmas,
The fore t service will begin forest .ervice
poem. wen- written by the a new map -de program in free maps to the public. We
student of Mi . Joyce Reinke Oregon and Washington on have always had authority to
hi Detroit Elementary School.
Jan. 1, 1976. Recreation map charge for them but until now
1 eliclta tPhylis) Rhodes
The following poems were I of 19 national forests in the ; have not had authority to use
(Phy Ils) i writ.cn by two or her stu
two states and certain topo 1 money collected to print more
'Rhode,, «1, of 3119 Field St., dents.
graphic map . will cost 50c each map
With the new sales
Longview, died at home on
Christmas is falling snow, after that date.
we will be able to
| Dec. 10. Horn Sept. 1, 1914, in
Having fun, g'ving gifts,
recover printing costs and
I Richmond, Va , in- had been
looking at snow.
1 apply the money directly to
a resident of Longview for 30
money received from the sale I the job of keeping our maps
by Haze) llayt-s
Decorating the tree,
year-.. She retired from the' Decorating the house,
of maps into a fund earmark updated and of the quality the
Young Ebvnezcr Scrooge
department of public assist- I Laughing for fun,
ed for reprinting and updating public has come to expect.”
'Die ghost, »topped at a cer- ance, was a member of St.
maps and the production of
I tuin warehouse and a kill Rose Catholic Church and the
new mips. Previou ly, maps
Map ; for sale under the new
I Scrooge if he recognized it.
have been distributed in small system will include recrea
Talking to zomeone,
"Recognize it!, I wa . appren
Survivors include her hus
quantities at no charge, with tion maps of the 19 National
Being nice to omeone
band, Wilfred, at home; two
money to print the e maps
Going on a leigh ride^
They went in. "Why it's old 'sisters, Theresa Metzger and
appropriated Forests in Oregon and Wash
Making happy cards,
Fezziwig, Ble s his heart. It's Sybil Barden of Richmond,
high qual- ington; the following Wilder-
old Fezziwig alive again.”
steadily ne maps with contour lines—
Having a good day.
Rosary wa recited Thurs-
Fezziwig laid down his pen
Having a party with each i over the years along with cost Eagle Cap, Glacier Peak, Goat
the ' day. Requiem Mass was at
! of producing them, and it has Rocks, Kalmiopsis, Mt. Hr>od,
clock, lie rubln-d his hands, 11:00 p.m. Friday, Dec. 19 at
1 become difficult to satisfy the Mt Jeffer on. Mt. Washington,
adjusted his capacious waist i St. ¡to e Catholic Church,
and Three Sisters; and one
coat and laughed all over him- 1 Longview, with Father Joseph
Regional Forester T. A. I special topographic map —
I self. He called out in a jovial O’She i officiating Interment
Schlapfer said, “For years, the “Mt. St. Helens-Spirit Lake.
I voice; “Yo ho there! Elienezer! I was at Longview Memorial
Christmas is snow ball
; Dick! No more work tonight, Park.
Her widower, Wilfred Lee
i Christmas Eve! lx-t's clear
Christmas is pretty snow
I away and have lot of r<x»m Rhodes, i. a former resident
'hei<-. Hilli Ho Dick! Chirrup of Mill City. Mi Carl Kelly
Christmas is stickings
is a cousin and Mrs. Frank
Clear away! There was no- Blazek and Mr Agnes Harris,
Chr i tma i snowman
I thing they wouldn't have clear- of Salem, aunts.
. ed away. Evi ry movable thing
j wa packed off. The flixir was
by Traci Feyerherm
wept, the lamps were trim I Ki-nneth Donald Crofoot
Word was received here of
med. fuel wa, theaped upon
1 tlie fire and the warehouse was
Kenneth Donald Crofoot, 49,
as warm and bright a ballroom of
Riverside, Wash, on Wed- j
as you would desire to see
Dec. 17, after a long i
upon a winter's night.
by Eva Bressler
In came a fiddler and tun illness due to cancer. He had
been postmaster at Riverside.
ed like fifty stomach-aches.
residence here, Seattle spent several days with
In came Mrs. Fezziwig, one During his
va t smile. In came the three however, he was the first-aid i his brother-in-law and sister,
Mr. and Mrs. William Prichard.
Miss Fezziwig* beaming and man at Detroit Dam.
Services and interment were . He, with his sister, visited an-
loveable. In came
the six held
in Riverside on Saturday, I
another sister, Mrs. Elizabeth
young followers whose hearts
Prichard and sons at Goshen.
In came all the Dec. 20.
Crofoot is survived by his
Mrs. Fem Shuey was taken
young men and women em
wife, Paula, and six children. to the Santiam Memorial Hos
ployed in the business.
—I pital in Stayton Tuesday for
• Away they all went, twenty
'couples at once; hands half-
Charles Lee Cruson
Iway round and back again;
Relatives and friends have
Late resident of Rte. 1, Box
top couple always turning up 55, Lyons, Ore., Dec. 20 in received word of the death of
STLHL 015 With Electronic Ignition
in the wrong place; new top residence. Survivors include, Mrs. Edna Kuiken at Elma,
couples starting off again; all Ison,
Purchase America’s No. 1 Value in a weekend
Lyons;! Washington, on Sat., Dec. 13.
| top couples to the foot.
Cruson, J Mrs. Kuiken is a former resi
chain saw. Attractively gift-boxed- Completely
I There were more dances, Lyon-, Edward, Woodburn; t dent of this area, having lived
assembled with 14” bar & chain.
. there were cakes and a great sisters, Mrs. Mamie Wofford on McCully Mtn. She was the
. SAVE $38.45
cold roast and mince pies
and Florence Cruson, both of wife of the late John Kuiken.
Then the fiddler struck up, Portland; grandchildren, Mrs.
See it now at:
"Sir Roger de Coverly.” Old Bonnie Bennett, Beaverton, If the number following
Fezziwig stood out to dance Buddy Cruson. Lyons, Mrs.
■Ml RAYMOND BRANCH
with Mrs. Fezziwig When they Merry Jo Bryant, Salem, Gary your name on The En
, had gone through “Advance Cruson, Nampa, Idaho, Gene terprise label reads
1 and Retire” both handt to your Cruson, Townsend, Montana.
pardner,” “Bow and Courtsey,” Ten great-grandchildren also
the survive. No services will be a check for renewal.
Needle" and back again, they held. The family requests for
were all breathless.
those who wish to make con
As the clock struck eleven. tributions to the American
Mr. and Mrs. Fezziwig took Cancer Society. Local arrange
their stations on either side of ments under the direction of
the door, shaking hands with Weddle Funeral Home.
every person, wishing him or
her a "Merry Christmas.” FRESHMAN BASKETBALL
When everyone was gone but
the two apprentices they did
Girls Varsity Bxsketball
the same to them and as the
cheery voices died away, the
lads were left to their beds Thors., January 9
which were under a counter in Thors..
Mon., January 26 .
the back shop.
Thurs., February 5 Kennedy
Give more to I
It\ a matter of
life and breath! ’
May Santa bring you
many things and joy and
peace surround you.
To valued customers,
and dear friends-
Best Wishes for
a happy holiday.
I’hone 897-2324 or 897-2754
MW City, Oregon
May your stocking be
filled, your heart be
warmed with all the
joys of Christmas.
D&S Drive In
Jerry Pittam Insurance
Thur«., Feb. 12 Salem Academy
Mon., February 16
Mon., Feb. 23
Mon., January 12
Thurs., Jan. 19 Salem Academy ,
Thurs., January 22 .
Thurs.. January 29 . Colton
Mon., February 2 . Jefferson
Mon., February 9
Thurs., February 19 • Amity
Don and Snookie
Mill City, Oregon
to all our friends, old and new.
May your holiday be one to remember
in all the years to come.
Green Veneer, Inc.
Young & Morgan, Inc.
North Santiam Plywood Co.