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About The North Santiam's Mill City enterprise. (Mill City, Or.) 194?-1949 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 2, 1948)
MILL CITY ENTERPRISE, DECEMBER 2, 1948
Thanksgiving was observed here
with the usual influx of relatives and
friends from out of town.
At the Clarence Johnson home
weie their daughter, Mrs. Gwen
Schaer and four children and Mrs.
Elizabeth Thompson Week end guests
were Mr. and Mrs. Sherman John
son and daughter of Lebanon.
Mr. and Mrs. Len Younge enter
tained Mrs. Velma Carey and sons
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On Dec. 5 Mr and Mrs Henry Mick-
enham, foi\ r residents of Mill City
will celebrate their golden wedding
annivetsary. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur
Kriever and Betsy are planning to
attend the open house at the Micken-
ham home in Lebanon.
Mrs. H. McKitrick, formerly of
Mill City, has purchased some acre
age in Parkdale and plans to build
a summer cabin there.
Mr. and Mrs. Shields Remine ana
Mary Gay and Mr. and Mrs. Russell
Kelly had Thanksgiving dinner with
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Willms.
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Mrs. Carl Kelly entertained mem
Guests fore the week at tiie Pen bers of the auxiliary of the Lions
nick home were Mrs. N. L. Pennick's dub Tuesday evening.
Elnora Aibiight is the new popcorn
brother and nephew and family, Mr.
and Mrs. W. R. Fulton and Mr. and gjrl at the Mill City Theater on Sat
Mrs. R. B. Fulton and children, all of urday and Sunday, replacing Leia
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Butler and two
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Colburn are I
sons were in McMinnville atrthe home purchasing the property owned by
of his brother and family. The boys Mrs. W. W. Allen, the former Dave
remained there until Sunday.
A family dinner was given by Mr.
Mr. and rMs. Theodore Burton h^d
as their guests over the holiday h.* and Sirs. George Thomas on Thanks
mother ami sister, Mrs. M. Hill and giving for Mr. and M;s. Harvey Kan-
Miss Mary Lee Hill of Seattle.
off and children of Lyons, Mr. and
Mr. and Mrs. James Overlock and Mrs. Lawrence Kanoff and family,
daughter, of Seattle, Edmund Davis, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Tianoff, Mrs.
home from Oegon State for his hol Ruth Vining and Mr. and Mrs Wayne
iday and Mr. and Mrs. Lincoln Hen Thomas.
ness were guests at the Ed. Davis
Mrs. Henrietta Quinn had Thanks
I giving dinner at Seaside with her
PFC Gerald Garrison from San sister.
Francisco was at the home of his > Dick Meeks and Mr. and Mr . G1 -n
parents, Mi. and Mrs. Noiman Gar Meeks and daughter had dinner with
..nily spent the ay a’ M.. and Mr-. Jerry Vint-ti Til %
the Herman Zeller home in Scio.
I giving day.
At the Albert Millsap home w ere, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Estenson
their daughter ami family, Mr. and had as holidr.y guests Mrs. Bertha
Mrs. Edmund Klecker of Stayton. Estenson, his mother, and Mr. and
Miss Janet Klecker visited her grand Mrs. Ed Jackson and family and the
.parents over the week end.
James Paulsons of Silverton.
Mrr. Clyde Oliver was brought
home Tuesday of last week from a
Salem hospital where she had been
confined following a major operation.
Don and James and Mrs. Carey’s
mother, Mrs. Miller from Salem, Mr.
and Mrs. Gale Carey and daughter
joined the group in the evening.
Mr. and Mrs. Glen Hermes I ana son
Earl spent the day in Dallas at the
home of her mother, Mrs. Roy Tay
Mr. and Mis. Burdett Cole of Mill
City were at the home of his parents,
Mr and rMs Burrel Cole.
Mrs. Lula Collins joined her son-
in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs.
C. Rosheim at the home of her grand
son and family, Mr. ami Mrs. Court
land Rue of Mill City.
The Arthur Blackburn family and
Mr. and Mis. Clare Henness and Mr.
and Mrs. Clarence Ball and daughter
Sue were in Mehama at the Ray Sal-
Mr. and Mrs. Chris Knutson, Mr.
and Mrs. Hollis Turnidge and daugh
ter Carolyn ana Mr. and Mrs. Carl
Jenson rove to Futherlin to the home
of Mr. and Mrs. Bob Kelle.
Motoring to Tillamook as guests
of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Shepherd
weie his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Adam
Shepherd and his brother’s family,
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Shepherd and
Mrs. Ruby Horner was a dinner
guest of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Brisbin
ami Miss Georgia Shane dined at
the Nelson Lauphear home.
The Gilbert Brosigs were at his
brother’« home in Molino- the Roscoe
Brosigs Tor the day.
Mr. and Mrs. Xr-rney Ryal and
(laughter -ipent the day in Salem with
Mr. and Mrs. Tilmon Rains attend
ed a family dinner at the home of
their daughter and family, Mr. and
Mrs. Joe Toepfer at Coon Hollow
where they were joined by their sons
Tilmon and Mr. ami Mis. Leon Cline
and son of Sweet Home, Mr. and
Mrs. Ixvwis Cline and son from De
Mrs. William Wight and Mrs. Mary
Howell spent Thursday in Portland
with Mrs. Wight’s daughter, Mrs. L
Betterton and family.
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Mr. and Mrs. John Nelson and fam-
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Mr. and Mrs. Jack Carey and Mrs.
Barbara Walters had Thanksgiving
dinner with Mr. and Mrs. George
Mr. and Mrs. George Crook and
Dick spent the
Louie Radas in Salem.
Maurie Massett burned his arm as
the tesult of spilling a pot of coffee.
The Rev. and Mrs. John Huttulas
of the Messiah Lutheran Church of
Portland were Thanksgiving guests
of the Neal Marttalas.
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