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About The Mill City enterprise. (Mill City, Or.) 1949-1998 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 22, 1949)
MILL CITY’ ENTERPRISE, SEPTEMBER 22, 19t9
end of the pole. Mert, Hip and Bud prised all of us Monday wen they re
were celebrating ther 16th wedding
all caught a fish. Of course mine was turned from Portland with a new car.
anniversary. She received a solitaire ,
the one that got away, but it was a
diamond and wedding ring from her
Glessiner and Harvey Parke are
Mrs. Richard Turpin returned re
thrill even though I did lose it.
cently front a trip to Oak Ridge husband. He got an electric shavet.
Todd McGee s brother surprised
Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Faust drove to
wheie she visited her son, Frank
her over the week-end. She had not
Joyce Mattila, Happy MacElvain,
Sunday to visit Mr. and Mrs.
seen him in two yeais.
Klein and family.
Bobby Yates, Mert Carlson and Trig
Alton Parks and family. They then
Miss Hope Baney, Mr. and Mrs. went on to Corvallis and visited con
The Howards and the Carlsons ger Howard all played hookey fiom trailer—a new 1950 Kit—29 feet—
tried their luck at fishing again in housework Wednesday and went black and it will be here sometime this Orville Oderman. Kathy and Jimmy tains.
are planning to go to Eugene this
Mr. and Mis. Charles Kelly and
the Alsea river near Waldport. This berrying on Monument Peak.
week. More things are happening.
week-end to visit Mrs. Oderman’s sis family called upon Mrs. Aaron Wolfe
time the sucker wasn’t on the wrong
Mert and Hip Carlso nreally sur-
Millie and Roy Burton will be on ter, Mrs. Geotge Gillenwater and fam
of Portland Sunday. The late Dr
their way Friday for California. He ily and to attend the Oregon-Idaho
• • •'
Wolfe was minister of the Presby
is employed by Shea Co.
terian church he e
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Burton’s son.
fron’t Borrow, ^utwribe!
Dean, who is visiting them from Al-
I magordo, N. Mex., has returned to of Mr. and Mrs. Lee Bassett who
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the air base there where he is sta
Harold and Opal Werner went to
Salem Saturday and Sunday to Id-
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Have you ever wondered about
things, such as huckleberi ies, ‘h o w
hard they are to get and where you
find them? Have you heard of the
patch on Monument Peak ? Lots of
MELDING AND REPAIRING
people have. This year picking w’as
at its best. A total of 126 cars (passed
through the check station in two
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weeks, with 1604 people. Now’ that’s
a lot of people hungiy for huckle
berry pie. Now listen to this: these
people picked 2522 gallons of berries.
What a pie that would make. But
then, when you come down to it in
figures, is only averages 1% gallon
to the person. Well, what do you
know, I guess I got my share after
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Word was leceived last week that
Lester (Sorty) Gray died of a heart
attack at his home in Springfield. He
was a brother of Mis. Frank White
and a former Elkhorn resident.
Mr. and Mrs. Meiwyn Knox and
familly of Lyons, Mr. and Mrs. Bill
Bickett and family spent Sunday at
Washington Park in Portland.
Ike Myers spent Saturday at the
Soil Conservation Day held on Irvin
Bartels’ farm North of Shaw.
The people of Elkhorn appreciate
the work that is being done on the
Elkhorn-Gates road and on the road
Mrs. Mary Patrick and Mis. Rose
Collin- Acre dinner guests of Mr. and
Mrs. Bill Bickett Friday.
Bob Van Eaton spent the week end
with his patents, Mr. and Mrs. Carl
Roberta Longnecker, Elsie Myers,
and Millie Bickett attended Faith Re
bekah Lodge in Lyons Wednesday.
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