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About The North Santiam's Mill City enterprise. (Mill City, Or.) 194?-1949 | View Entire Issue (March 24, 1949)
MILL CITY ENTERPRISE, MARCH 24. 194»
He will be gone this summer.
Believe it or not, is snowed Mon
Sally New bioke out with chicken
pox Monday morning. There arc sev
eral cases in the community.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Hiebcrt and
son were week end Dallas visitors.
Mr. Ord, of Mongdi I. superintended
at Idanha Sunday school in Mr. Hie-
After a ten ay absence Mr. and
Mrs. Carl Schaffer tetumed from
Montana where they were called by
the illness and death of Mr. Schaf
Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Evensen re
turned last week from a trip to Cal
Louis Sproggis sold his place to
the new owner of the Idanha Tavern.
Mr. and Mrs. Otis Floyd took their
children out to the doctor Monday
mrnng. All hive been ill w th sore
—iliss Georgia Shane, accompanied
ty Mrs. Curtis Cline of Mill City and
Gene Burris motored to Salem Fri
By REBA I). SNYDER
day to view the spring opening. Bur
Mr. and Mrs. Ebeit Brown went
ris returned home in a new car ha
by bus to Bend Monday for medical
pui chased there.
attention Monday, returning to Id
*lrs ^.yle Potter and daughter Ly
la and Mrs. Fred Mosner of Portland
Miss Eeleanor Barney of Bend and
were Saturday and Sunday visitors
Bill Prophet of the U. S. Navy came
at the home of Mr. an Mrs. Albert
Wednesday to visit at the horn« of
Millsap. They also were guests at
her parents, Mr. and Mis. George
the home of Mr. and Mrs. Willis Pot
Barney. Mr. l'n>pv'et made Tommy
ter and other friends in Mill City.
Barney a gift of a baby alligator, 11
Mr. and Mrs. John Ziebert and
inches long. Tommy is thinking of
two children of Silver Creek Falls
taking over the family bathtub or
were recent guests at the home of
his Uncle Bill’s log pond for his pet
her mother, Mrs. Riley Champ.
' Mr. and Mrs. Doyte Rogers and
Due to severe coTJTs an I stomach
family who have resided in Kings
flu, several children missed school the
Praiiie for the past two years moved
last of the week. Among them were
io a new home they have purchased
Sally New, Alan and Jimmy Girod
and the Otis Floyd children.
Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Colgan, former
Warren Stahl went to Portland on
ly of Pendleton, parents of Mrs. Wil
Wednesday for his son who has been
liam Pennick, have located in- Mill
City, occupying an apartment above
Albert Snyder and Tuffy Woodwar i
the Jenkins Hardwate.
have been putting up wood the past
Members of the Gates Birthday
few days .
Club were entertained Saturday af
Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Pittain and
Cleo Spoelstra of Idaho was the ternoon at the home of Mrs. Walter
girls went to Salem Saturday morn house guest of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Brisbin. Eucher ¡provided diversion
ing on business and on to Roseburg Wilson last week. Spoelstra, a resi for the afternoon. High score was
to impend the week end with his b:o- dent of Gates several years ago, is
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ther Leland and1 family.
planning to locate here later.
Mr. and Mrs. Sol Tucker and boys
Tilmon Rains of Sweet Home ha-
spent the week end with Mrs. Tuck been spending a two-weeks’ vacation
er’s sister in Klamath Falls.
at the home of his parents, Mr. and
Mr. and Mrs. Hiram Wolfe were Mrs. Tilmon Rains.
Fire Cosmetics and Perfumes
guests at the Snyder home Saturday
Robert Meyers and Geie Bu:ris, en
Gifts for Men and Women
gineers in charge of the gravel tests
50 Cents up
Paul Reynolds has ¡been busy put on the properties of Georgia Shane
KAY COLBURN, Distributor
ting up new power lines in Idanha.
and Lang Stafford, have been called
Mill City, Oregon
Milo Harris was a Bend visitor the off the job. Meyers and family have
last of the week. The George Bar been transfeirel to Eugene and Bur Studio 200 feet West of Furniture
neys also went to Bend Friday eve ris plans to attend college in Klam
Telephone 2C0€ for appointm -nt
ning to spend the week end with ath Falls.
Darwin Weathers, son of Mr. and
their daughter Eleanor.
M iss Alice Fryer of Detroit was Mrs. Irvin Weathers, was taken to
hostess to a dinner, movie and pa- Bend' last week for medical attention
jama\narty for »a group of girls Fri for after-effects of a seveie case of
day night. Those invited, from Idan flu. The boy is reported much im
ha, were Eva Lou New. Joyce Wat proved.
The first anniversary of the mar
kins and Charlotte McKeever.
The Otis Floyd family left Thuis- riage of Mr. and Mrs. W'alter Bris
day for Lebanon where they spent bin was observed by a family dinner
the week end returning Saturday af Sunday at the home of her daughter
and son-in-law. Mr. artfl Mrs. Gilbert
Roscoe Franklin was in Idanha on Brosig. Other membeis of the fam
Saturday to collect his belongings. ily present were Mr. and Mrs. Orville
Hayward. Hfrs. Brisbin and her hus
band leceived a cablegram of con
gratulations and best' wishes from
Miss Ethel Morgan of England. Miss
Morgan was a friend of Darrel Hav-
' OPEN SUNDAYS, 9 a.m. -4 p.m. : 1 ward when he was in service in Eng
held by Mrs. Martha Bowes, second,
Mrs. Riley Champ, and consolation
was given Mrs. Lula Collins. Visitors
prize was piesented Mrs. Gerald
Heath. Refreshments were served by
the hostess, assisted by her daughter,
Mrs. Gilbert Brosig. Members attend
ing were Mrs. Edmund Davis, Mrs.
Blanch Dean, Mrs. Martha Bowes,
Mrs. Clarence Johnson, Mrs. Riley
Champ, Mrs. Arnold Syverson and
Mrs. Lula Collins.
were Mrs. Heath, Mrs. Merle Devine were Mrs. Melbourne Ranfbo and two
and Mrs. Hollis Tumidge.
children and Lila Champ, daughter
There has been an epidemic of f Mr. and Mrs. Steve Champ.
stomach flu here the past week. Am
ong those suffering from the disease
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