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About The North Santiam's Mill City enterprise. (Mill City, Or.) 194?-1949 | View Entire Issue (June 16, 1949)
MILL CITY ENTERPRISE, J UNB 15. 1949
und Donald will work the rest of the
Vernon Hallford was ill Thursday
night and Friday.
About 50 couples attended the En
Mrs. Frank New and g.rb came gineers Club dance Jun« 10 at the
ome Thursday evening, returning to Rod and Gun Club. Music was fur
t e berry field Friday night. Mr. New nished by Mrs. Gordon Skidmore. El
went wits them, returnin;’ Sunday.
don White and Frank Wilson. Re
All material has been obtained for freshments were served by Mrs. Rus
the church foundation, which will be kin Smith.
poused soon. Your assistance will be
The meeting to set up a recreation
Most of Idanha attended one or club at Camp Mangold was held in
the other of two groups picnicking th« mess hall June 7 with about 60
at Suttle Lake Sunday. The Idanha j persons attending. Mrs. Lewis Mc
Little Theatre Group met with three Daniel, who has had experience or
The Frank News ganizing similar projects, was ap
and Warren Stolls were out of town pointed temporay chairman by Col.
and the Vickers’ were kept at home Jack Miles, resident Detroit Dam en
by the illness of a son. The next gineer,
meeting will be July 16 at the Sny
Mrs. W. D. Smith is temporary sec
retary. T. S. Brown heads the recre
The Gun Club ipicnic was well at ation committee and Claude Beck the
tended with laden tables. The main organization committee.
attractions were hors shoe pitching
Members of the committees are A
and boating. Huber Ray won the one G. Bell, Mr. and rMs. Hubert Lisle,
race of the day.
Bill Shuford, Brad Humphrey, Ray
Mr. and Mrs. Russell Hoyt are at Goebel, Carl Anderson, William Veal
tending summer school.
ey, Mrs. Claude Beck, J. C. Schlador,
Sally New came home ill with in Gus Gustafson, Harry Rutherford,
testinal flu last Monday. She will stay Norman Quail and W. D. Smith.
in Idanha until fully recovered.
Election of permanent officers wlil
Jerry Pittiam made a business trip be held after initial organizational
to Portland Monday evening, return work is done.
ing Tuesday evening.
Coffee and cookies w-ere served af-
ter the meeting.
Mr. and Mrs. Rray Johnson were
Newcomers to Camp Mongold are
hosts Saturday at a dinner. Guests
and Mrs. Egbert Ferguson and
were their son and wife, Mr. and
Humphrey family of Inde
Mrs. Cletus Johnson and daughter of
Portland, their daughter, Lola Chris
Th« committee for setting up the
tianson and children, her brother-in-
Shop met with chairman W.
law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. T. D.
Leon of Concord, Calif., her sister, D. Smith June 8.
Coffee was served to the caravan
Mrs. Winifred Booth, and her mother.
visiting the damsite Saturday by Mrs.
Mrs. Jennie Thompson.
Ruskin Smith, M r s. Fred Cordum,
Mrs. Claude Beck, Mrs. Gus Gustaf
son and Mrs. William Vealey.
By REBA SNYDER
Mr. and rMrs. Warren Stoll we e
in Salem We nesday on busine?* and
called on relative» in Stayton
Mrs. Anna Girod of <alerr. and Dr.
■ nd Mrs. Frank Giiod and family of
Lebanon spent the week end with
Lloyd Girod and family, accompiny-
ing them to Suttle Lake for a panic
Ml. and Mrs. Bert Scott of Fort
Hill called on the Harrv W'l! s fam
M. Rudy of Smith Rive , Calif..
1 ew foreman of Idanha Lumber Co.
mill, arrived Tuesday HA wife will
follow him soon.
Mrs. A. R. Snyder, Donald and
Leonard went to Salem Wednesday
< r. business. Mrs. Jerry P ttam and
Frankie Payne accompanied them as
far as Etzel’s berry field where they
For a comfortable and
inexpensive place to stay
it’s- - -
It’s the Hospitality
D W. Reid MD
PHYSICIAN & SURGEON
COMMERCIAL, INDUSTRIAL AND DOMESTIC
Salem Lighting & Appliance Co.
236 N. High St.
Salem Woodworking Co.
1225 Cross St.
MFI A RE-ELECTS CRAHANE
Joe E. Crahane, Brownsville, was
reelected president of the Western
Forest Industries Assn, at its annual
meeting in Corvallis Saturday.
The organization opposed the pio-
posal of U. S. Sen. Clinton P. Ander
son (D-N.Mex.) to regulate the cut
ting of timber on private land; asked
revision of mining laws to prevent
filing of mining claims for the pur
pose of acquiring federal timber; and
urged construction of more access
roads into federal forests.
WINDOW FRAMES OUR SPECIALTY
Our quality is up and our prices DOWN
We are in a position to furnish any style of sash, window or
fram. according to your needs
AT THE SILVER SADDLE
Darrel Jones returned from Idaho
Sunday after visiting his grandpar
ents in Idaho. Mr. and Mrs. Jones
met him at Corvallis.
Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Kurtti and
children of Portland arrived Sunday-
evening. Mr. Kurtii is an iron worker
and works for H. O. Montag.
Mr. and Mrs. M. H. Long went to
visit her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. H.
Wesner of Odell Lake last week end.
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Snyder are
leaving Friday for Dallas. Mr. Snyder
who is a stove repair man plans to
return next year.
George Price and Charles King
of Salem have been at the court about
two months. They aie working on the
housing project for C. B. I.
Mr. ami Mrs. C. V Sullenberger
and Walt Wescott went fishing on
the North Fork and caught the limit.
The Sullenbergers purchased a new
car this week.
Mr. and Mrs. K. H. Dickerson of
Torrence, Calif., moved into the court
Saturday. Mr. Dickerson is a struc
tural steel worker and is employed
by H. O. Montag Co. on the tower
Mr. and Mrs. Wayne McBride, Joy
and Martha of Los Angeles are new
residents of Mill City. Mr. McBride
is a welder for the Shea Construction
Co. Over the week end the family
had a picnic at Silver Creekk Flails.
Bud Howard, Army Engineers em
ployee, was injured Wednesday when
a drill rig started to fall and he
tried to throw it out of gear, catch
ing his wrist. He suffeder lacerations
on his arm and shoulder, and his
wrist watch was ripped off.
The Howards have lived in Mill
City since September, coming from
Barbaia Sexton, of Boise, a sister
off Mrs. Howard, is visiting them.
Mr. and Mrs. H. C. McElvain of
Portland came to Mill iCty in April.
Mr. McElvain is a shovel operator
for CBI. Mis. McElvain attended the
Rose Festival in Portland Thursday
and Mr. McElvain went in for the
Mr. and Mrs. D. L. Walker and
three sons, Kenny, Ronny and Dar
rel of Freson, Canif, have been resi
dents of Mill City for ten months.^Mr.
Walker is a cat driver for Byers. All
the children have been confined with city 5(, Hammond is a mechanic on
! heavy construction macinery. Sunday
Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Moore, Jerry I drove to the Cascades so the children
Lee and Jackie LftRoy of Portland I could play in the snow.
have been residents of Mill City for
six months. Mr. Moore is a truck dri
Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Peterson have
ver for BPA. Mr. Moore and Mr. I been residing in Mill City the past
Walker went to Redmond on the air
| two weeks. She is employed at the
plane breakfast hop. Mr. Moore has
his own plane. Mr. Walker is a li Innside Cafe. He is a miner.
Mr. and Mi». Charles Cline and
family of Grandview, Wash., are va
Mr. and Mrs. William Tuttle, Sher
yl, Carol and Billy of South Bend, rationing with his iparents, Mr.
Ind., came to Mill iCty last Septem Mrs. Curt Cline.
Mr. and Mrs. Burton Hubbard amt
ber. Mr. Tuttle works for R. W. By-
ers. The Tuttle children have been family of Portland are visiting
and Mrs. Otto Witt. Mrs. Hubbard Is
down with the measles.
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph L. Valeck and Mr. Witt’s niece.
The merchants credit assn, met at
children. Ruth Ann, Danny and Da
vid drove to Dallas Sunday. They are the home of Mr. an 1 Mrs. Albert To
man Friday and Monday evenings.
former residents of St. Louis, Mo.
Mrs. Ruby G.egory and Donnie at
Mr. and Mrs. Michael Esank and
the Rose Festival in Portland.
children Wayne, Karen and Dennis
House guests at the home of Mr.
of Heber, Utah, arrived in Mill City
a week ago. Mr. Esank is a machin- and Mrs. George Stewart were her
ist for the Kuckenberg Con st ruction mother, Mrs. M. Davis of Oak Grove,
Co. The Esanks drove to Detroit Sun Mrs. F. Anderson of Molalla and Mi».
M. E irhart of Whit Fish, Mont. Mr.
Mr. and Mrs. George H. Hammond and Mrs. Stewart joined Mr». Ear
and childen Aloha and Donna of Los hart in a visit ith her bi other in Su-
Angeles have been a month in Mill ' therlin.
Watch for opening of Complete Food Service
Mill City Meat Market
COM.MERCIAD & INDUSTRIAL WIRING
Mill City Phone »02
245 Center St, Salem
PLUMBING & HEATING
LET US FIGURE YOUR ESTIMATES ON PLUMBING
AND HEATING. NO JOB TOO LARGE AND NONE
Shop and Residence 4260 .Macleay Rd.
Freres Building Supply Co
BY RIDERS OF THE SANT1AM
June 18th. & 19th.
BARE BACK - SADDLE
BRONC - COW MILKING -
CALF ROPING - HORSE
RACES - NOVELTY ACTS -
Ou Highway 222 Between Lyons - Mill City
Show Starts 1:30 P.M.
RODEO STOCK FURNISHED BY De LASH Ml I I
and BARNARD Sheridan. Oregon
Adults - $1.00
Children - $.5O
Earl Smith, Mgr
FR.I-E PLANNING SERVICE AND COS I
op«Jar - - b«<au*»
G. C. McKinney
310 S. High St.
Construction, Plans and
for Cooking, Hot Water, Refrigeration, and Heating requirements-
BE SURE TO GET Ot R BID
BEFORE PURCHASING! Ihie to
volane buying we can nave you
at the Lazy Maple Ranch
Building Materials of All Kinds
& APPLIANCE COMPANY
34« FERRY STREET
Opposite Manon Hotel