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About The North Santiam's Mill City enterprise. (Mill City, Or.) 194?-1949 | View Entire Issue (April 14, 1949)
MILL CITY ENTERPRISE, APRIL 14. 1949
By MRS. J. A. WRIGHT
The Women's Civic Club met at
the home of Mrs. Ray Johnson Wed
nesday evening with 13 members at
The business meeting was conduct
ed by Mrs. Johnson, vive president,
in the absence of the piesident, Mrs.
J. Cal Schlador.
A nominating committee, Mrs. S.
T. Moor?, Mrs. Earl Parker and Mrs.
J. A. Wright, was appointed. Three
of th« five delegates allotted to the
club were elected to attend t£g Coun
ty Federation of Women's Clubs at
Macleay Grange Hall April 22. They
were Mrs. Ray Johnson, Mrs. Archie
Mom & Pop’s
Mattoon and Mrs. Parker.
I Plans were discussed for getting
I the library in shape. It will be set
up in a small room in the grade
Refreshments were served by Mrs.
Johnson, Mrs. John Weisgerbgr and
Mrs. Nolan Raznick.
Next meeting will be held at the
home of Mrs. S. T. Moore at the
A flue fiie at the John Hanan home
brought out three fire trucks, but the
blaze was extinguished before tney
arrived. Volunteering were neighbors
Mrs. Cliff Peterson and Mrs. Otis
White. Damage to the roof was es
timated at about $20.
Mrs. Glen Dryden who has been
here for a week’s visit with her hus
band returned to Enterprise Thurs-
I day accompanied by Mrs. Gale Fa-
[ gan. Mrs. Dryden expects to return
ot her Pr0Perty
At club mating Mrs. Eli Bangs
principal of the grade school and
second grade teacher, gave a report
on the success of the school lunch
piogram which was started last week
at the new grade school building.
Mrs. Bangs does all the meal plan
ning and buying as well as getting
the lunch started each day. Mothers
are taking turns with the cooking
Three women work each week and
AT YOUR FINGERTIPS
Once in Love With Amy
Ya Wanna Buy a Bunny
You, You, You Are th« One
Three Suns I
Clancy Lowered t’.'.e Boom
Cruising Down the River
Frankie Carle |
PORTER & LAU
have the assistance of the home ec
onomics class. This year the govern
ment pays for milk for each child-'
It is expected that the program will
work much simpler by next year, as
they can have everything planned in
advance. Volunteers say that the ben
efits of fthe program to the children
repay them for all the work.
the North Fork. Troops from four
towns, Gates, Mill City, Lyons and
Stayton were there. In competitive
•vents the Stag patrol of Gates were
winners over all others. Those from
Gates were George Rambo, Clifford
Ambers. Jon Burton, Mervin Haun,
George Burton, Jerry Larson. Philip
Hayward, Herbert Romey, Edward
Bishop, Allen Vale, Gordon Devine
The Detroit Theater was closed and Ronald Knapp. Scou..naster Gale
Wednesday evening when one of the Carey accompanied the boys.
generators burned out at the Idanha
Power Co plant
Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Thomson and
Mr and Mrs William Cauble Jr. son of Lyons were Sunday guests at
made a trip to Portland Wednesday the home of Mr. and Mrs. Melbourne
nd retume Thursday.
Mrs. W. R. Don ham and son Dan
A group of friends gathered at the
ny of Portland are visiting a few home of Mrs. Mary Howell Saturday
days at the home of her sister, Mrs. in observance of the birthday of Mrs.
Nolan Rasnick. They were accompa Rosa Roten.
Following a no-host
nied by Jerry Noble who will spend luncheon the afternoon was »pent in-
this week with his mother, Mrs. Ras frmally. Gifts were presented to Mrs.
Roten by thoe present: her dav yhter,
The Santiam Food Mart has rent Mrs. Louisa Romey and son Daniel,
ed a ¿Mirier of the stare for a watch Mrs. Ben Wrigglesworth and baby,
repair shop to be operated by Pat M tb . Clare Henness, Mrs. Arthur
Gammon of Toledo.
Blackburn, Mr. and Mrs. Wi’liatn
Roy Newport was in town for a
Wight, Mr. and Mrs. Tillmon Rains,
few days looking after business in
Mrs. Maud Shepherd of Mill City and
terests. Mis. Newport has been quite the hostess, Mrs. Howell.
ill in Portland recently.
Mrs. Minnie Everton who spent the
Gale Dorothy of Mill City was vis
winter at the home of her daughter,
iting his brother Emmett here.
Mrs. Burrel Cole, is visiting in Wash
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Hansen and
ington with her son and family in
family attended a family reunion at
Walulla and her brother in Yakima.
her bi other’s, Glen Schaffer, of La
Mr. and Mrs. Burrel Cole have re
ceived word fiom their son, Thurlo,
Jane Hillman and Martha Kauko
who is In service and stationed at
of Salem stayed overnight Saturday’
Almeda. Calif., of his hospitalization
at the home of the latter’s parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Alex Kauko. Sunday for a severe case of th« flu.
There have been more than 30
they called on the Frank Wilsons.
of measles, chicken pox and se
The Detroit market is putting in
a line of appliances, including radios vere colds reported here in the lats
and refrigerators; cameras and a wid two weeks in the schools and as many
er line of general merchandise and as 15 pupils from one room have been
absent at a time. The latest case of
measles is Carol Sue, small daugh
ter of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Ball,
who became ill Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Edmund Davis mot
Boy Scout troop No. 45 spent Sat ored to Corvallis Sunday to attend
urday and Sunday at a camporee on a program on which their son, Ed
children ftom the Sunday school will
mund, student at OSC, sang.
be taken on a hike by Miss Jean Cun
A no-host dinner was held at the ningham of Eugene.
social rooms of the high school last
Sunday with members of the Sunday
school and congregation of the local
Church of Christ attending.
A special Easter service and pro
gram has been prepared, to be held
next Sunday. An invitation is ex
tended to all. Following the service
now os • ow as
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