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About The Mill City enterprise. (Mill City, Or.) 1949-1998 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 3, 1949)
MILL CITY ENTERPRISE,
NOVEMBER 3, 1949
day dinner guests of the Burt Smiths. | is employed.
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Manning of
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Fetherston,
Bay City visited relatives in Lyons. 1 Ann and Leone and his mother Mrs.
Mrs. Manning will be remembered as William Fetherston visited Sunday at
Venetta Lewis and is a sister of Clyde the home of Mr. and Mrs. Page in
and Velvie Lewis ami Mrs. Bert | Prinnville.
I Halloween was in full swing Mon-
Several froim the Lyons Women’s i day evening with ghosts goblins and
Society of Christian Service attende« 1 I what not. The kiddies well enter-
the W. S. C. S. I caravan held in , tained the people by running from
house to house with their old cus
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Allen left for tom of trick-or-treat. It was quite
Mirivale, Idaho, Saturday afternoon a r.a.squerade party with many clever
where they will .«pend a week at the ■costumes.
home of her sister and family Mr.
The Boy Scouts were hostess for a
and Mrs. Jess Fox.
held at the Rebekah hall en-
Several of the successful hunters
1 tertaining the children of the district.
are returning from their hunting trip
Mr. and Mrs. Willard Hartnell were
to eastern Oregon with their elk.
Tuesday, November 115, at the an
Sunday dinner guests at the home of
nual bazaar of the Women’s Society
Faith Rebekah lodge held its meet Mr. and Mrs. Laurence Walworth.
of Christian Service, the 'men have ing at the hall Wednesday evening
A short prayer meeting, testimony
planned to serve an unusual dinner. with 23 members in attendance. and song service was held at the
They are serving a complete meal in- Frances McCarley, noble grand, and Methodist church Sunday evening.
They boast of several excellent cooks Blanche Wagner, vice grand, presided
eluding coffee and dessert for 75c. over the business meeting. The first
Quality iob printing at the Enter-
and promise good service with a sur nomination of officers was the main
prise program. The bazaar includes busines. Plans were also made to prise.
fancy work, home made candy, a fish visit the Odd Fellows home in Port
pond and Christmas cards. It will land, Friday, November 4, and take
In Furniture, Stoves, Dishes
fruit and vegetables, which were
begin at 5 o’clock.
canned by the members. There were
Mrs. Alex Bodeker chief operator 2255 quarts ready. The
at the Lyons telephone office with club held a short meeting following
Mrs. Lester Mason and her assistant the lodge session, with Beulah Lewis
Mrs. Rose Daly of Mill City went the new president in charge. Various 145 S. Church, next to Salem Parking
to Salem Thursday where they at plans were made with a benefit din
tended the joint traffic conference of ner to be held the first part of No-
the Pacific Telephone and Telegraph |Vember, with committees appointed.
Co. and independent connecting com
Mr. and Mrs. C. O’Neil of Los
Mrs. Alice Huber spent the week Angeles have bought the Kirk Wirick
end in Portland at the home of her farm in Fox Valley.
daughter and son-in-law Mr. and Mrs. have returned to California where he
George Keeley. She also visited oth
er relatives while there.
Mrs. Summers and children of
Portland spent several days with her
mother Ms. Catherine Lyon.
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A Halloween party iwas given Fri
day evening at the Burl Smith home,
by hostess Donna Diane for a group
were Cecil Bassett, Pauline Bridges,
Pauline Schiewek, Cheita Lande,
Jean Walker, Richard Porter, Jack
Porter, James Courtney, Richard
Baltzer, Lois Roberts, Aimmeta Ooff-
unan, Donald Olmstead, Leland Hum-
iphreys, Betty Nydegger, David Neal,
Shirley Wagner, Billie Wilson, Jean
Pietrok, Nova Ann Gerath, Laura
Karr, Carroll Kuiken, Genevieve
Porter. Games and refreshments fur
nished the entertainment. Accordian
playing by Cecil Bassett while the
group all sang popular songs was
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th«ir home Saturday evening.
scavenger hunt furnished the enter-
' tainment, and refreshments were
By EVA BRESSLER
served at the close of the evening.
Mr. and Mrs. Otto Weidman were ■ Present were Mr. and Mrs. Ray
I Mohler, Shirley and Jerry, Mr. and
Jjoats for a Halloween party held at
Mrs. Harley Scott and family, Mr.
and Mrs. Willard Chamberlain and
daughters, Mr. and Mrs. Claire Hum
phreys, Betty, Leland, Clarice and
baby, -Mr. and Mrs. Glen Julian and
Thumper, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Downer
and family, Mr. anti Mrs. John Wor
den and Marjorie, Mr. and Mrs. John
Kunkle, Joanna, Judy, Juanita and
Johnnie, Kathryn Johnston, Teddy
¡Nydigger and Mr. and Mrs. Otto
Weidman and family.
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