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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, 194»
Mrs. Paul Johnston unredwent sur Fetherston, secretary; and Jim Lan
I communion services at the Lyons Me-
Miss Dorethy Libby and Miss Car- I
ol Klecker, t‘xl i t f )m Willamette 1
-t Cnuuh Thursday evening. A gery at Salem General Hospital on de, tiea surer.
A short musical program was pre t niversity. who -rrent their spring
| missionary will be present to speak Monday.
Hr EVA BRESSLER
George Wilson is convalescing in sented. About 60 4-H members re vacation with Mis* Klecker’s grand
and show film.
Santiam Valley Grange held its
Salem Me.” orial Hospital following a presenting 12 clubs were present. parents. Mr. and Mrs. Albo.t Mill
regular meeting at the hall Friday
Mr. and Mrs. Pad? Tennington are back injury he teceived while work Each club exemplified a club meeting. sap, returned to Salem Sunday. In
evening. They were honored by a the parents of a baby girl torn at ing in the woods.
H. Joe Myers, Linn County club ag Mill City while here they attended
visitation ftom the Scio Grange. At the Salem Memorial Hospital Friday.
Mrs. Eldon Mulkey and her mother ent, was present and gave a short [a fudge party at the home of Miss
the lecurer’s hour the lecturer from Mrs. Pennington and infant were Mrs. Parish of Silverton visited Mon talk on the 4-H program. Kenneth I Isabelle Mason in Mill City. Miss
Scio presented a program of skits brought home Monday afternoon. day at the home of Mrs. Donald Hu W. Priest, assistant agent^ took flash I Helen Wilson accompanied them. The
pictures of the clubs.
and readings. Mrs. Rollier displayed Her mother, Mrs. Sid Gruggett of ber.
I two are roommates at Lausanne Hall
her collection of dolls of many vari Newport, is here caring for them.
Chet Grimes and Walter Hilton
Mrs. Steve Champ has returned
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Hilton have led a group of Boy Scouts Satuiday
(from a trip to Washington where she
purchased the Bob Free property and for an all-night camporee on the Lit-
visited in Seattle at the home of her
Dr. Roy Fedje of Salem w 11 hold moved in Sunday. Mr. Hilton is agent tie North Fork above Mehama. It
brother, Judge Roy De Grief, an I in
was a joint outing for Scouts from
itaciHeuiaaitiBniiiiiiiiimi at the Southern Pacific depot.
Mr. and Mrs. Darrel Cole and Tacoma where she was the guest of
Janice Huffman, oldest daughter of Gates, Mill City and Stayton.
daughter Jo Ann of Waldport were her sister, Mrs. Riley Champ, and
The second quarterly conference of week end guests at the home of his family.
Mr. and Mrs. Geoige Huffman, is
confined to her home with rheumatic the Methodist Church was held with parents, Mr. and Mrs. Burrel Cole.
fever. Janice is a sophomore in Stay Dr. Roy Fedje in charge.
A family dinner at the home of Mr.
Mr. and Mrs. Bob Baker of Salem and Mrs. Clyde Oliver in observance
ton h;gh school and had to be taken
were Sunday evening guests at the of the birthday anniversary of Mr.
home one day- last week.
Mr. and Mrs. John Kampe and son home of Mr. and Mrs. Alex Bodeker. Oliver was the occasion for the re
A friendly place to meet
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Ring and Mr. turn home of several of their children
of Portland were week end guests
at the home of her sister, M:s. John and Mrs. Ray Lewis visited one day for the week end./Miss Jean Oliver
McClurg. Ray, their son, is spending last week at the Odd Fellows home ¡of Salem;; Bill Oliver and Mr. and
this week w’ith his aunt and uncle.
Mrs. Bob Oliver, students at OSC.
' ’ i.is?
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Allen visited
Bill Oliver, student at OSC, spent
Sunday evening at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. Fred Hester in Salem Mrs. the week end at the home of his
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Oliver.
Hester is Mr. Allen's aunt.
He was driving a new Chevrolet se- I
OPEN SUNDAYS, 9 a.m. -4 p.m.
Mrs. Oiville Downing was hostess
Mr. and Mrs. Cyrus Crawford of
for the afternoon card club at her
24 hours a day
were week end visitors at the
home in Fox Valley. Several tables Salem
of 500 followed a 1:30 dessert lunch home
Mrs. Crawford is the daugh-
Film and Developing.
eon. High score was held by Mrs. ward.
One .Mile East of Detroit
Pat Lyons, second high, Mrs. Earl ter of Mr. Edwards.
Sunday guests at the home of Mr.
Allen, low to Mrs. Herman Free and
JEWEL MYERS. MGR.
CANDY' - CIGS - TOBACCO
Mrs. May Patton drew the traveling and Mrs. Norman Garrison were Mr.
prize. Present for the afternoon, in and Mrs. Herbert Sitalla and daugh
addition, were Mesdames George ter Patty Ann of Salem; Mrs. Her
Huffman, Vern Nydegger, Bob Fiee, man Zeller and son Gene of Scio and
COMMERCIAL. INDUSTRIAL AND DOME TIC
Floyd Bassett, Francis Jungwirth, her daughter. Miss June Zeller of Sa
PRICES IN THE
meeting at Rebekah Hall Friday eve
ning, with Mrs. Wilson Stevens in
charge of the business meeting.
236 N. High St.
NEW & USED
It was voted to sponsor two schol-
arships for the 4-H Club summer ses
sion in Corvalli^.
The nominating committee submit
ted the following for election:
Burl Smith, president; Mrs. Wilson
1605 N. Summer
Stevens, vice president; Mrs. Robert
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