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About The North Santiam's Mill City enterprise. (Mill City, Or.) 194?-1949 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 9, 1948)
MILL CITY ENTERPRISE,
DECEMBER ». 1»48
the scene of a quiet wedding Friday
morning when Mrs. Esther Hi kman,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Pat Lyons,
became the bride of Ed Gisler, son
of Mr. and Mrs. Louis GfitTb'r of Scio.
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Schwindt were
their attendants. A weiFUng break
fast was served at the Riverview
Cafe following the ceremony.
Huffman. Mrs. Walter Bevier drew
the traveling prize.
were Mesdaanes Bob Carleton, Albert
Bass, Earl Allen, Herman Free, Pat
Lyons, Bert Lyons, and Merrill Bras«
field. The next party will be held at
the Brassfield home with a Christmas
party and gift exchange.
Mrs. Floyd Baseett was sostess for
the afternoon card club with the par
ty held at her Fox Valley home. A
1:30 dessert luncheon was served, fol
lowed by several tabl««» of 500. High
honors were held by Mrs. Orville
Downing, second high to Mrs. Vern
St Patrick’c Church in Lyons was Nydegger and low to Mrs. Georg*
The kindergarten school which has
been held at Rebekah Hall has moved
to Twin Cedars schoolhouse.
mothers held their monthly meeting
Thursday evening at the home of
Mrs. Charles Power. Plans were made
for a Christmas party for Wednes
day, Dec. 22, with gift exchange for
the kiddies. All mothers are invited
By EVA BRESSLER
The annual WSOS bazaar was held
at Rebekah Hall Friday evening. A
turkey dinner was served to 55 or
60 people, followed by motion pict
ures and a short program. Marjorie
Prichard played a piano solo. Norma
Jean and Loiena June Devine of
Gates entertained with accordion and
vocal selections. There was a good
display of fancy Work and jwme made
candy which sold well. The evening
was a good success
HOME TOWN FOLKS
The Mill City Enterprise
MHI City, Oregon.
Charle» Wolverton, Editor and Publisher
Elsbeth Wolverton, Business Manager
Entered as second-class matter November 19, 1944 at the post office at Mill City,
Oregon jnder the Act of March 3, 1879.
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Sunday afternoon’s storm.
A tree fell acroes the road below
the fish hatchery west of Mehama,
breaking both long distance line* into
Salem and both local lines to Stay-
Lines above Mill City to Detroit
and Idansa were out intermittently
througout the week end.
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A dinner was held at the home of
'Mr. and Mrs. Roy Heineck Sunday,
honoring Mr. Heineck on his birth
day. Covers were laid for Mr. and
Heineck, Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Veek
of Olympia, Mrs. Evelyn Rutschman
of Hillsboro, Mr. and Mrs. R. E.
Fields of Portland, Mrs. Anna Rose,
and Mrs. Messinger of Oswego. Mr.
and Mrs. Gordon Heineck and family
and Mr. and Mrs. Roy Garber of
Mrs. George Clipfell is spending
some time at the home of her daugh
ter, Mis. Ben Hartley, in Portland.
Wayne Bass, youngest son of Mr.
and Mrs. Albert Base, who has en-
Mrs. Dell Westenhouse and daugh
ter Charymane of Scio visited one
at the Johh Neaf ana
Alex Bodeker homes.
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R. L. Elfstrom Co
listed in the U. S. Marine Corps, left
last week for San Diego, Calif.
Mr. and Mrs. Cheffing who recently
purchased the W’ayne Ransom oro-
iperty, have taken occupanry. *The
Ransoms moved to the Ella Keys
home west of Mehama and plan to
build a new hose.
Mrs. Sarah Cookingham returned
Monday after spending several days
in Portland due to the illness of her
Sam Bridges moved his family here
from Portland the last of the week.
The Bridges purchased the Francis
Jungwirth property east of town. He
is in the appliance and gas heat bus
iness here. The Jungwirths moved
into a house west of town. They are
building a new home in Stayton.
Mrs. Pat Lyons spent several days
in St. Helens with her daughter, and
son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. George
There will be a cleanup day at the
Lyons Methodist Church Saturday At
the same time the parsonage will be
shingled and other repair work done.
The women will serve a pot luck din
ner at noon. Any help will be appre
Considerable damage was done to
the telephone lines in the vicinity in
LYONS WOMEN’S CLUB
Meets every Thursday at the Com
munity Hall, Lyons, at 2 P. M.
SANTIAM AERIE OF EAGLES
Meets al Idanha Rod and Gun Club
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