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About The North Santiam's Mill City enterprise. (Mill City, Or.) 194?-1949 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 27, 1949)
MILL CITY ENTERP-RIAE. JANUARY 37. 1943
Edward Chance Jr. was brought
home from Dornbecker last Friday
and is repotted getting along nicely.
He was taken to Portland Wednesday
for a checkup by his parents, .Mr.
and Mrs. Ed Chance.
Mrs. Otis Dike of Salem has re-
turned to her home after a visit with
her daughter, Mrs. Ed Chance.
The Gates Women’s Club is spong
soring a miscellaneous shower for
Mrs. Glen Hennes whose home burn
ed to the ground Sunday morning.
It will be held Saturday at 1:30 at
the school house.
Furniture for New
. We anticipat a brisk trade in used
; furniture, when the dam gets going.
Why not get rid of your old stuff
I now ?
Mill City Furniture Co
The Mill City Enterprise
____ _ those
-__ ‘ the show
presente(j at the State Penitentiary
by the convicts as a benefit for the
March of Dimes were Mr. and Mrs.
Glen Henness, Mrs. Clarence Rush,
Mrs. George Stafford and daughter
Carmen, Miss Esther AVeathcrs and
T .R. Burton, principal of the local
been ill at his home for
fore than a week. Mrs. N. J. Pennick
was engaged as substitute teacher
during his absence from school.
Carl Knutson of Salem, formerly
of Gates, spent Saturday at the home
of his brother and wife, Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. Bob Kelle and son of
Sutherlin were week end guests at
the homes of their parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Lou Kelle and Mr. and Mrs.
Miss Jackline Bidegary of Lake-
^ew is a guest at the Norman Gar
The Glen Henness home in Gates
burned to the ground early Sunday
morning when fire broke out, sup
posedly from an overheated furnace.
A benefit dance for the Henness*
will be held at the Fire Hall in Mill
City Saturday night.
The house was a total loss, anil
only a few articles of clothing were
Mr. and Mrs. Henness, their son
Earl and a schoolmate, Mailin Cole,
were in the house at the time of the
fire, which drove them from their
home in 10 degree cold.
Keith Henness, another son, re
turned in time to see the home ablaze
and in his anxiety to learn of the
safety of his parents and brother,
drove so rapidly that his car skidded
into a car parke in the driveway
leading to the house, damaging both
The home was a landmark over
looking Kings Prairie and was one
of the most atti active places in the
Canyon. The house, two stories, had
been completely remodeled inside and
MHI City, Oregon.
modernized. Among the many valu- i
able articles lost were a new electric
Charle« Wolvarton, Editor and Publisher
range and refrigerator, which had
Elsbeth Wolverton, Business Manager
only recently been installed. A wash
ing machine was recovered from an
Entered u second-class matter November 10, 1944 at the post office at Mill City,
Mrs. Lyle Rush of Salem was com- Oregon jnder the Act of March 3, 1879.
ENTERPRISE CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING
plimenfed Thursday evening when
Ads received by Wednesday noon will run in the regular classified section and
Mrs. Norman Garrison and Mrs. Glen
Henness were hostesses at 3 bridal those received later up to 10 a. m. Thursday will run in the “Too Late to Classify’
shower given in her honor at the section.
Errors in advertising should be reported immediately. The Enterprise wdl not
home of Mrs. Joe Joaquin.
Games and music provided diver be responsible for more than one incorrect insertion.
sion for the guests during the eve
One insertion for 50c or three insertions for |1.00. Display advertising 40c inch
ning before the gifts were opened.
Mrs. Elmer Stewarj and Mrs. Bess
Vandermeer were awarded prizes in
> * ✓ 1 I A 5 SO C- i I a T i S n
the games and Misses Norma and Lo
v. te -xd I
rena Devine presented several ac-
cotdian nunrfSers. Refreshments were
served by the hostesses to the hon
ored guest, Mrs. Rush, her mother ford, Miss Eileen Eccleston, M r s.
of Mill City, Mrs. Vandermeer, Mrs. William Pennick and Mrs. Nancy
Clarence Rush, Mrs. Martha Bowes, Pennick, Mrs. Burrel Cole, Mrs. Al
Mrs. Charles Rush, Mrs. Henry Ec bert Millsap, Mrs. Riley Champ, Mrs.
cleston, Mrs. Laura Joaquin, Mrs. Lang Stafford and Mrs. Melbourne
Elmer Stewart, Mrs. Blanch Dean, I Rambo.
Mrs. Elmer Cooper, Mrs. Joe Joaquin,
Mrs. K. J. Wells of Anchorage, Al-
Mrs. Merle Devine and daughters
Norma and Lorena. Those sending ’ aska, is the house guest of her grand
gifts were Mrs. Tina Graham, Miss mother, Mrs. Lula Collins. She was
Wanda Vanermeerd of Mill City, Mrs. joined by her sister, Mrs. Robert
Dale Bassett of Corvallis, Misses Iva, Sweeny, and daughter Shannon of
Joy and June Zeller of Scio, Mrs. Portland over the week end.
George Stafford, Miss Carmen Staf- Mike Plant has returned from Long
View, where he was called by the
death of his nephew.
Mrs. Edward Tietze has returned
to Portland for medical attention and
is at the home of her aughter, Mrs.
Plumbing • Heating
Scott Lindsey. Mrs. Tietze has been
Tel. 3-1414 279 N. Commercial (ill since before Thanksgiving and it
is thought she suffered a slight
Miss Georgia Shane spent several |
days in Salem where she received
Weddle Funeral Home
treatment for a cold she has suffered
for two weeks.
LYONS WOMEN’S CLUB
every Thursday at the Com
Lyons, at 2 P. M.
A Friendly Place
To While Away
Your Idle hours
SANTIAM AERIE OF EAGLES
Meets at Idanha Rod and Gun Club
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MILL CITY—4th Friday Monthly
IDANHA • 2nd and 4th Thursday
LYONS - 1st and 3rd Friday Monthly
Second Friday open for special meet
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15 cents per road
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