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About The North Santiam's Mill City enterprise. (Mill City, Or.) 194?-1949 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 16, 1948)
MILL CITY ENTERPRISE, DECEMBER 16. 19*8
By EVA BRESSLER
The Women’» Society of Christian
Service held its meeting at the home
of Mrs. Lyle Kinzer Tuesday after
noon with 12 members present. Mr».
Alex Bodeker was in change of the
business meeting and Miss Helen
Queen led the devotion» in the ab
sence of Mrs. George Clipfell. A good
report was given on the bazaar, and
plans were made for the next meet-
ing which will be held at the home
of Mr». Alex Bodeker with Mis. Roy
Huber a» hostess. A Christmas party
will be enjoyed iwith members bring
ing gift« for their »¡lent risters and
revealing their names. Gifts will be
sent to the Children's Home. At 'he
close of the meeting refreshments
were served to M edames Alex Kui
ken, Ramie Martell, Alex Bodeker,
Roy Huber, Geoige Huffman, Albert
Ring, Loren Chamgerlain, Daisy
Johnston, Anna Johnson, Miss Queen
and the hosteM.
Faith Rebekah Lodge held its
meeting at the hall with a good at
tendance, with Ruth Morris, nobel
grand, and Helen McClurg, vice
grand, p esMirrg. The regular routine
at business was carried out, with el
ection of officers the main business.
The following were elected:
Helen McClurg, noble grand, Fran
ces McCarley, vice grand, Garnett
Bassett, secretary, Beulah Lewis,
treasurer, and Alma Olmstead, finan
Plans were made for the next meet-
Who says there isn’t a
I When you Shop at the Mill City Furn
£ iture Co. for Christmas gifts you’ll find
I there is a Santa Claus who makes your
« gift dollar go farther.
ing when a Christmas party will Tie
held. Each member is to bring a gift
for the gift exchange, also a gift for
MHI City, Oregon.
their silent sister, at which time their
Charla» Wolverton, Editor and Publisher
names will be revealed.
At the social hour dainty refresh
Elsbeth Wolverton, Business Manager
ments were served by Clene Taylor,
B inche Wagner and May Patton.
Entered as second-class matter November 10, 1944 at the post office at Mill City,
Table decorations carried out the
Oregon jnder the Act of March 3, 1879.
ENTERPRISE CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING
The Mill City Enterprise
Ads received by Wednesday noon will run in the regular classified section and
The Missionary Friendship tour,
received later up to 10 a. m. Thursday will run in the “Too Late to Classify”
"Tomorrow Is Here,” was completed
Friday evening with the final meet section.
Errors in advertising should be reported immediately. The Enterprise will not
ing held at the Methodist Church.
This series of meetings was held be responsible for more than one incorrect insertion.
weekly, and found to be very instruc
One insertion for 50c or three insertions for $1.00. Display advertising 40c inch
tive. Mrs. Laurence Walworth and
Miss Helen Queen were instructors.
this week end.
ny was held for Arlo Ashley. Den
Miss Imogene Roye, a student at
The Lyons Parent-Teacher Assn, Mothers Mrs. Aithur Olmstead and OSC, is spending the holidays at the
held its meeting Friday evening at Mrs. Art Ayers were present with home of her parents,
the school house with Buri Smith, their troop.
president, as chairman. Plans were
Leland Manning accompanied by
made for the Christmas program and
Berry left Friday morning for
tree which will be held at Rebekah
Hall, Thursday evening, Dec. 23. Mrs San Francisco with a large truckload
Floyd Bassett and Mrs. George Huff of Chistmas trees. They will return
man were appointed on the candy
committee to see about treats for the
children. Glass jars were placer! at
the stores and telephone office for
donations for the treats. Contribu
tions will be greatly appreciated. A
committee, Mrs. Bassett, Mrs. Paul
Johnston and Mrs. Wilson Stevens,
was named to buy choir robas. Re
freshments were served at the close
of the meeting.
A Friendly Place
To While Away
Your Idle hours
Mr. and Mrs. Norman Johnson of
Portland spent the week end at the
home of her parents, T
Mrs. George Keeley of Portland vis
ited at the homes of her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Roy Huber and her brother,
Donald Huber and family.
The cub scouts held their pack
meeting at Rebekah Hall Friday eve
ning with a good attendance and an
excellent display of work. A whoit
program of accordion music was fur
nished by Mr. and Mrs. Alex Muze-
chenko, and a vocal aolo by Jeannine
Bentley was heard, followed by other
entertainment. A graduation ceremo-
LYONS WOMEN’S CLUB
Meets every Thursday at the Com
munity Hall, Lyons, at 2 P. M.
SANTIAM AERIE OF EAGLES
Meets at Idanha Rod and Gun Club
J. C. JONES, Prop.
GIFTS FOR HER
Cedar Chests SOLID TENNESSEE CEDAR
Pottery Sets HOLLYWOOD, Strvice for 4, 6, 8
other Pottery Gifts
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Smoking Stands ALL STEEL
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COME IN AND LET US STRETCH THAT GIFT DOLLAR FOR YOU
OPEN CHRISMAS EVE AND EVERY EVENING TILL 8
6.95 to 11.90
Mill City Furniture Co
A friendly family
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Rp^iliir Meeting Nights
BII j LFOLDS
School Ring Binders for Notebooks
Cowboy >>nd Cowgirl
MILL CITY—4tb Friday Monthly
IDANHA - 2nd and 4 th Thur= ay
LYONS - 1st a: 1 3rd Friday Monthly
Second Friday open for special meet
Ladies' and Children’s
GENERAL DRV GOODS
C.E.”Pink” Mason Prop
Auto Storage, Batteries
125 N Commercia
Bell & Devers
ATTORNEYS AT LAW
All types and makes to choose from
Selling and servicing transportation is
Herrold-Philippi Motor Co.
HARLOW L. WJNRICk
Attorney at La*
Drop in and let us show you what we
See Vern McFadden or (\ F. (Buzz) Cheffings
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Mill City S»ate Bank
Mill City. Oregon
A Home Bank.Owned
and Managed by Home
Established in 1919
AD Depositors Insured up to
$5000 00 Under the Term« of
the federal Deposit Insurance
Fire and Automotive Insurance