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About The North Santiam's Mill City enterprise. (Mill City, Or.) 194?-1949 | View Entire Issue (April 7, 1949)
MILL CITY ENTERPRISE. APRIL 7. 1949
DAI.UA bubs; stated begor.ias,
glads, shrubs. etc. Raleigh Harold
Nursery, 319 W. Washington St..
Stayton, Ore., Phone 6842.
C. Moore, district ranger,
showed two forest reserve films that
were educational and interesting. Cof
By MRS. REBA SNYDER
fee __ and sandwiches were _____
p,.'" regular meet.ng of the Deanha the siaxth grade mothers. The fourth
; *'■ 1 e high school grade again won tTie attendance aw
building Monday night. Officers for ard.
the coming year were nominated, to
be voted by balffl? «1 the tegular
The Lloyd Girod family Tiave had
meeting in April.
the pleasure of his mother’s piesence
Mrs. Eli Bangs, principal of the the past week. Mrs. Girod returned to
grade school, reported hot lunches her home in Salem Tuesday.
would be served starting Mor’ay
The American Legion and Auxil
iary gathered for a pot luck dinner
Tuesday evening at Idanha Hall.
New members were initiated, and a
■ social evening followed.
Mr. and Mrs. McIntosh, sister and
brother-in-law of Doris Haseman,
have moveif 'into one of the Idanha
Lumber "Co. houses across the river.
He came here from Lebanon to work
in the mill.
• THE OPENING OF
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At Richard’s Ta>ern
GLEN HEARING. Prop.
Jacquith Music Co
Stop and shop at
136 S. High St.
The Little hrench
forlatest fashion in coats
suits and dresses
Pay one-half, charge one-half
115 N. High SA
3059 Portland Rd.
• Salem Laundry
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Laundry: Nu-Method, Mill City and Stayton
..Laundry and dry cleaning: Ken Golliet, Mehama; Mt. Jeff Cafe..
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The pot luck dinner of the Idanha
Sunday school was a huge success.
Eighty-six were present at Sunday
school with more for the dinner and
the film in the afternoon.
Mrs. Wairen Stahl and son and
Mrs. Carl Schaffer and Mrs. Albert
Snyder were in Salem on business
Mi. and Mrs. Lloyd Girod enter
tained- Saturday night for a number
Many in the community are suf
fering from severe colds and chil
dren’s diseases. Could be the change
Business took Jerry Pittam and
Lloyd Giiod to Salem Friday.
Carl Schaffer is much improving
the appearance of his house, occu
pied by Homer Thacker and family,
with new -siding. Barney Johnson is
Mrs. Warren Stahl entertained 12
children Saturday afternoon, honor
ing her daughter, Becky, on her 7th
birthday. Games and records were
enjoyed. Ice cream and cake were
served to Buddy Brown, Dolores
Gescher. Larry, Shirley and Doug
Anderson, Butch and Claudia Fry,
Sharon Thorton and LeRoy Hamil
ton. Mrs. Bill Hamilton assisted the
Fifteen members met at the Sny
der residence to .<^lect the cast for
the PTA play. The cast was chosen
and rehearsals are under way.
Arnold Snyder t elephoned from
Seattle to let home folks know he
had hit port from another trip to
Alaska with the army transprt and
hopes to be home for a few days soon
Mrs. Carl’ Schaffer drove Mrs. Jer
ry Pittam ami girls to Bend Monday,
for treatment of a bronchial cold.
Little Patty was taken to a doctor
By EVA BRESSLER
A 4-H Club leaders meeting was
held at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Paul Johnston. Plans wete made for
the 4-H Clubs to furnish the pro
gram at the PTA meeting Friday.
About 80 members will present a
series of tableaus-nhowing what each
club is doing. There also will be a
Plans were made for a paity
for achievement day May 11.
The silver tea sponsored by the
Women’s Society of Christian Ser
vice was held in Rebekah Hall. Pre
sent were guests from Stayton, Mill
City and Mehama. Mrs. (Tiarles Pow
er sang two vocal nunrl\ -s. Mrs. Ev
erett Limbeck furnished accordian
music. A table discussion was led by
Mrs. Lester Hathaway and Miss Geo
rgia Shane. Table decorations were
I provided by Mrs. Glen Julian. Pre-
sey. Donald Teeters. Reer White,
Milton Roten, C i; i ... Crook, Seth
Crook. Earl Wolfkeil, Jack Ryland,
Giles W agner »no t.iiner i'ayior.
Several members of the Lyons Ex
tension Unit attended the Home Mak
ers Festival in Albany Thursday and
Mrs. Robert Fetherston was hos took pait in the exhibition of dress-
tess for the meeting of the WSCS es.
at her home Tuesday afternoon. Mrs.
Alex Bodeker presided over the bus > Mrs. George Huffman was hostess
iness meeting and Mrs. Laurence Wai for the afternoon card club with the
worth led the devotions. Plans weie party held in her home. Several ta
made for the mothers and daugh bles of 500 were in play. High score
ters banquet to be hel Tn the first went to Mis. Vern Nydegger, second,
week of May. It vv -is voted to pay $50 Mrs. John Neal low to Mrs. Frank
on the well being purchased by the Kinsman, and Mrs. Orville Downing
church, $5 to the Red Cross and $5 drew the travel.ng prise. Present be-
to the emergency fund. Present were 1 sides were Mesdames Roy Heineck,
Mesdames Albeit Julian, Glen Jul i Sid Thomson, Herman Free, Floyd
ian, Laurence Walworth. Burl Smith, Bassett, Roy Huber. Albert Ring, Al-
Jim Lande, George Huffman, Alex | bert Carr, Bob Free, Albert Bass,
Bodeker, Oral Toland, Roy Huber, Arthur Olmstead, and the hostess.
Wallace Power, Mrs. Daisy Johnston
Miss Juanita Downing, student at
Mrs. May Swank and the hostess.
Guests were Mis. Joe Cribbs, Mrs. OSC, and daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Orville Downing, spent her spring
I Marvin Toland and Mrs. Hartnell,
vacation in Grants Pass as a guest
The Mehama Home Extension Un
Dick grown was taken suddenly ill
it met Friday w i th Miss Eleanor
Trindle giving an interesting talk on Saturday night and was taken ta
“Conserving You” — shortcuts in Salem Memorial Hospital. He is re-
household tasks and the proper tools ] potted improving.
The card party held at the Grange
to- reduce time and labtfr. Election
of officers resulted in the following
choices: Mrs. Ira Kirsch, chairman,
Mrs. Ed Castle, vice chairman, Mrs.
Harry Monroe, secretary - treasurer,.
Several members plan to attend the
Home Makers Festival in Salem on
April 8. Others attending were Mes
dames Vernon Goodell, Larry Kim
siding at the tea table were Mis. An
na Johnson and Mrs. Daisy John
ston. Committee in charge included
Mr». Wallace Power. Mrs. Eugene
Hoye. Mr». Roy Huber, Mrs. Jim
Lande and Mrs. Wood Oliver.
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112 tables in play an many other
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