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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 ENTERPRISE,
GRANGERS HEAR STORY
OF OREGON TRAIL RIDE
It Pays to Be
Polite to Civits
Marion County Pomona Grange in
a meeting in Stayton last week heard
Rev. John W. Beard of Portland tell
Fred Skilling!-, Mill Valley (Gooch)
of the 2500 mile horsback ride they logger, operates on the theory that
Seventeen high school students took last year along the route of the I it pays to be polite—even to civit
were listed on the honor roll for the old O egon trail.
W. M. Tate, master presided over
six weeks' period just ending.
The other night, when the cold
the meeting which voiced opposition
was bringing the wildlife
Seniors: Marian King, David Karr, t«T.ie tax .ncrease calsed by the op out of the hills into the valley, for
John Straight and Virginia Jackson.
school district; approved a r-solution warmth and food, the Skillings house
Juniors: Phyllis Timm, Ethel Ski
hold was asleep. A bedroom window
lings, LHdores Brewer and Ronald calling for the diversion of more in was slightly open. Mr. Skillings and
come and excise taxes for school sup
his wife awoke to find they had a
Sophomores: Wanda Vanderm'’er, port; and opposed any alteration in visitor, and a strong aroma indicated
Marlene Verbeck, Betty Humphrie initiative and referendum statutes.
Elmer McClure, Portland, state ov the species.
Freshmen: .Alona Daly, Dolor» s
A whispered conference finally de
Poole, Leia Kelly, Arlone Kuhlman erseer, called upon the Granges to cided on tactics.
Donna Cook and Bob Shelton.
They call» to their son, Delmar,
Saturday night of Mr. and ’Mrs. R. who was upstairs, to come down and
turn n the front room light, open
the front door and the bedroom door
they were tiying to b<- as nice
The executive committee of the
Mr. and Mrs. George Veteto visit
Lyons PAT met at the home of M i s. ed their boss, John Johanson, and as could be to their visitor. They
Burl Smith Thursday evening to plan I Mrs. Johanson in Silverton Tuesday did’nt say, “Nice kitty!” however, al-
thought they doubtless would have,
for the coming year. A pie social will night.
be held at Rebekah Hall Feb. 11. Al | Mr. and Mrs. Milan Weston, for if it could help.
The civit cut decided to make an
so a musical program and games will merly of NITI City, are now living
] in Waldport, having moved there re exit out through
cently from Klamath, Calif.
a calling card.
About 50 peisons attended the dance
Mrs. Artie Mack left for San Fran
Saturday night at the Bohemian hall.
It was the first of a series of dances cisco Tuesday accompanied by her
planned by the lodge. The orchestra aster, Mrs. Gladys Kimsey of Meha
The Timberwolves came back from
included Mrs. Beatrice Jones, Anton ma to visit either siter there.
Gates' Tesday night with a 56 to 10
Dick Turpin says that great flock victory on their neiglibor’s basket
and Don Ficek and Ernest' Podrab
«ky. In charge of the lunch was Mrs. of grosbeaks are here, portending an ball court.
Ernest Podrabsky and Mrs. Jack Car ffarly spring.
The Gates team had one go»>d quar
Mrs. Chailes Wolverton had lunch ter. the second, when they outplayed
I in Salem Tuesday with Mrs. Larry and outscored their visitors.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles French had i Laarbaaken. Mrs. Virgil Johnson and
Hunter for Mill City led the scor
dinner with the* Kenneth Harris’ Sun- Mrs. James Kerber of Cutler City ing with 16 points, an I Leo Poole
joined theip later.
had 14. Miller was close behind with
Mr. and Mrs. Linn Berry, son and 12. Muise foi Gates accounted for
Mill City xirls recently installed daughter-in-law ofN-'oriest Berrv, of 12 of their points.
in the Order of Rainbow for Girls, California, stopped overnight Tues
In the game for Mill City were
Acacia Assembly, Stayton, were:
also Thorby. Baltimore, Wirick, Key,
Mrs. Everett Elliott is ill with a Lawrence Poole, Venheck. For Gates
»Marlene Verftett, Faith; Patricia
Cree, confidential observer; Leia Mel sinus infection.
Ziebert Eccleston Carey, Knarp,
Miss Daisy Hendricson and Mr. and Cripes, Romey, J. Oliver and E. Oli
Kelly, musician; Dorothy Downer,
member of choir; Jeannin»“ Bently. Mrs. James Houston drove to Salem ver.
installing officer. Mrs. W. B. Shuey Tuesday-
The ’Wolves won another league
and Noima Nelson are game with Turner 39 to 25, with
was named to the advisory board.
Visitors included Mrs. !x>is Walker confined to their home with the flu
A benefit dance will be given Fri
and daughter Lois, Mr. anil Mrs. Low
day at the Fire Hail.
ell Cree and LaVetta Powelson.
Mr. and Mrs. Bob Hill and son had
dinner in Stayton Tuesday evening.
Don't btnrow. Subscribe!
JANUARY 27. 1949
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Verbeck taking Hgu point honors.
The also won a close one with the
Salem B team, winning 32-31. Lawr
ence Poole, guard, took scoring hon
ors from the legular forwards, with
9; Miller, center, had 8; Leo Poole, 4;
JUST EAST OF GATES
Friday night the Timberwolves will
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play the Detroit team here.
It will be one of the few remain
ing home dates for the high school I
team which has, if not the best, at
'.earn in the league.
So far they have lost only to Sublim-
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