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About The Mill City enterprise. (Mill City, Or.) 1949-1998 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 3, 1949)
MILL CITY ENTERPRISE,
NOVEMBER S. 1949
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The MILL CITY ENTERPRISE
MILL CITY. OREGON
DON PETERSON, Publisher
LEO C. DEAN. Editor and Advertising Manager
Entered as second-class matter November 10, 1*44 at the post office at
Mill City, Oregon, under the Act of March 3, 1S79
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Mrs. Theodore Burton, assisted by
Mrs. Fiank Saunders, was hostess at
her home Thursday afternoon to the
members of the Gates Womans Club
at the social meeting. The afternoon
was spent in informal discussion of
plans for the annual bazaar to be
given Saturday evening, Dec. 3, in
the social rooms of the high school.
Theodore Burton gave a short talk
offering suggestions as to ways and
means of raising money to finish the
clubhouse now under construction.
Refreshments were served by the
hostesses to Mrs. Lincoln Henness,
Mrs. Albert Millsap, Mrs. Elmer
Stewart, Mrs. Harold Wilson, Mrs.
Lairy Shelton, Mrs. Floyd Völkel,
Mrs. Laura Joaquin, Mrs. Glen Hear
ing, Mrs. C. O. Rhames, Mrs. Edward
Chance and Mis. Joe Joaquin. The
next regular meeting of the club will
be held at the school house Dec. 10.
Mrs. William Pennick was hostess
to a group of the small friends of
her daughter, and their mothers, on
Patty’s fourth birthday.
an afternoon of party games and the
opening of gifts, refreshments were
served by the hostess to the honoree,
Patty Pennick, her brother, Billy,
Mrs. Tony Baker, David, Nathan,
Timmy and Judy; Mrs. Theodore Bur
ton and Billy Joe; Mrs. Elmer Stew
art Billy and Connie; M s. Don Smith
Judy, Ernie and Donna Jean; Mrs.
Lester Bemish and Claude; Miss Mar
gie Murray; Mis. Charles Ball and
daughter, and Mrs. Ray Colgan.
Mrs. Lincoln Henness spent sever
al days in Salem visiting at the home
of her daughter, Mrs. James Wiltsey.
A. D. Scott accompanied his daugh
ter, Mrs. Larry Shelton, and Barbara
weie Salem visitors one day last week
Mr. and Mrs. William Hall, teachers
in the local high school, who have
been living in Mill City, have moved
to Gates and are living in the Forest
service cabin to be nearer their work.
Mr. and Mrs. J. Wisehart, foicr.erly !
of Portland, have rented the Robert [ Scene from “Neptune’s Daughter , fil in coining to Mill City Theater soon.
Wilson home. Wisehart is employed
at the dam. Mr. and Mrs. Wilson are
living in Roseburg wheie he is em- j ing any signs of prosperity in their motel he has already completed. His
ployed in the Montgomery Wa r d garb were fined. After the fun the property is located in the west end
guests all departed well “stewed.”
of town and is near the site of the
Darlene, small «laughter of Mr. and
old Gates hotel, which was torn down
Mrs. Joe Joaquin, was hostess at her
Talk about the absent-minded pro- a number of years ago.
home Friday evening to a large num fessoi 1 One even i mb last week the
A crew of men have been filling
ber of her schoolmates. Amid a set- erstwhile editor and publisher of the and leveling a lot on the highway
eing of jack-’o - lanterns, witches and Mill City Enterprise brought his wife
east of the new postoffice building,
black cats, the little guests played and family to Gates to get a square under construction, and it is t«ported
Hallowe'en games and enjoyed a jol meal at a cafe heie. After he had the Union Oil Co. will build a ser
ly evening. Refreshments were serv sated himself, both with food and vice station there.
ed by Mrs. Joaquin to Darlene, Carol conversation with the proprietor’s
P. A. Lee, who is connected with
Sue Ball, Eddie and Ann Marie Hir- wife, he left, leaving his one and
te, Sharon and Sherall Hirte, Dar only hat hanging on the Garrison the Vancouver Plywood Corp., is hav
lene and Elaine Schafer, Nancy Ann family tree. When he was called sev ing a large home elected on lots he
Hamen, Patsy Sitala, Barbara Shel eral days later and asked if he knew recently purchased of Mr. anil Mrs.
ton, Joan and Roger Harden, Rodney where his hat was, he didn’t even Charles Smith o nthe highway east
Stubbs, Claudia, Sue and Bobby Park, remember he owned a hat! We won of the town. The building is of pum
Rodney and Roger Schaer, Marshall der—was it the good food, the pro ice block construction.
Bamhardt, Ross and Dennie Klutke, prietor’s wife, or the fact that the
Quality job printing at the Enter
Irvin and Jerry Tucker and Jimmy hat has grown too small for his head
since he now is a gentleman of leis prise.
A Hallowe'en hardtimes community ure.
party was held in the social rooms of , Ed. note: Neither, since his hair
the school house Monday evening. It | faim experiment of last summer, he
was sponsored by the Womans Club, j has so much hair he doesn’t need a
for members, their families and hat.
A program of Hallowe’en
Mr. and Mrs. Fount Paul, accomp
games was prepared by Mrs. Edward
Chance and Mrs. Theodore Burton. anied by Mr. and Mrs. Tex Allen,
Admission was one vegetable from were Portland visitois Sunday.
Friday, Saturday, Sunday
Mr. and Mrs. Warren Varcoe spent
each guest, which was prepared by
them and added to the stew which the week end in Potland visiting re
was served as refreshments at the j latives.
close of the evening. All those show- I Mr. and Mrs. Harry McKee who
have been living in the Oak Park
Motel have moved to Milwaukie,
where he is still employed by the
Montag Construction Co.
A numbei of the men employed by
the Rogers Construction Co. are idle
due to the accident that damaged the BARBER I 2ND58WAY
rock crusher and are taking advan SHOP 0
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tage of the lesulting lay-off to visit
their homes. Albeit (Buck) Morris
left Friday for his home in Idaho
to visit his mother who was not wall;
Sam Rutherford spent the weekend in
Salem with his family; Howard Sulli
van went to Salem over Sunday and
Shelton North: up left for North
Plains for a week or ten days.
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Knutson, former
residents of Gates, now of Salem have
been here caring for the faim home
of his brother and wife Mr. and Mrs.
Chris Knutson who have gone to
Seattle, Wash., for a visit of two
Larry Shelton has been employed
the past two weeks building the new
home of Mr. and Mrs. Melbourne
Rambo in Mill City.
Mrs. C. O. Rhames is manager of
the Oak Park Motel since the de
Phone Blue 118B or 42R
parture of the owners, Mr. and Mrs.
Rain Clothes water-proofed
reside in the motel.
Several businesses and homes aie
in process of construction here. T. W.
Lord is adding several units to the
( Quality Repair Parts
Knowles Body & Fender Repair
$1.00 Dinner from 5 to 9 p. m.
Other Dinners from 5 to 12
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Santiam Trailer Court, Gates
By Mrs. Wilson Park
Guests at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. Floyd Völkel Sunday were hi*
patents, Mr. and Mrs. G. 1’. Völkel
and Mr. and Mrs. Don Hughes and
son Raymond of Salem.
Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Rines and
daughters Mary Ann ami Amita of
New erg wete Sunday guests of Mr.
and Mrs. Frank Atkinson.
Mrs. Arthur Peterson is lecover-
ing fom her operation very nicely.
We wish to extend our sympathy
to Mrs. Clifford Haman on the death
of her sister, Mrs. Loyd Haase of
Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Ash and his
paients from Tacoma and Mr. and
Mrs. Tracy Cox and daughter of Sa
lem called on Mr. and Mrs. A. T.
Barnhardt Sunday afternoon.
The children of the court enjoyed
a Hallowe’en party at the home of
Darlene Joaquin Friday evening.
David Bamhardt spent the week in
Mr. and Mrs. Otis Mann of King-
man, Ariz., have occupied the cabin
which was vacated by Mr. and Mrs.
Barney Helt. The Heits have moved
; to Mill City.
Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Haman and
! laughter Nancy viaited his father,
' Carl Haman, in Portland Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Haman and
child.cn of Hillburn were Sunday
guests of hi» brothers, Duane and
Clifford Haman, and families.
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Hoyan and fam
ily visited ier father, John D. Beatd,
in Portland Sunslay.
Mrs. Barney Helt entertained her
moChe . Mrs. L E. Sutliff, her sister,
Mrs. J. F. Snook, and her sister- in
law, Mrs. L. L. Sutliff, on Wednes
day. They are all from Salem.
Mr. and Mrs. Orvill Parker went
shopping in Salem Monday.
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