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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. HMS
for the sod. All the work has been
(done by hand.
Cleaning, it's the
By MRS. JEAN ROBERTS
Ken Golliet. Mehama merchant, en
the entire community with
Mr. and Mrs. Howard Ross are im
proving the appearance of their a Hallowe'en party Monday night in
home with a new lawn which has | the elaborately decorated women’s
emerged from a tangle of brush, clubhouse.
A large crowd attended, and old
roots and rocks. The rocks have been
piled neatly into a rock fence sur I and young alike entered into the spi-
rounding the yard and the roots and 1 rit of the occasion with masks and
clods have been rolled and smoothed | costumes.
Prizes were given for the best cos-
; tumes, with first prize going to Lin
da Monroe in the little folks group,
and Gene Small in the older group.
IA bubble gum contest was won by
I Ray Richmond, and Yvonne Bouche
took a prize as the yougest person
attending, and Lillie Wolfkeil as the
looking woman present.
Cider and doughnuts were served to
44-HO I 'R SERVICE
At the bridge
A good many elk hunters are back
from eastern Oregon, most of them
having had a successful season. Giles
and Whitey Wagner, Walt Bevier,
Willard, David and Leonard Blum,
Bud Johnston and Curley Behran re-
Hallowe’en damage was slight in
the Mehama community this year
with pranks confined mostly to wax
ing car and store windows.
Citizens, however, were incensed at
the entry- into the church, with the
bell being rung as a Hallowe’en
prank. It has been an unwritten law
for years in this area that the bell
was to be rung, in emergencies, only
in case of fire.
Call George, 3403 or 88 for
PRICES IN THE
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GLENN’S MARKET I
1605 N. Summer
• Wool Carpet
’’ a drama of the great heroiam of a Chi
back to win games after losing a leg in
cago White Sox pitcher who
a hunting accident.
• Living Room Funrniture
turned bringing seven elk home.
Mr. and Mrs. Fritz Anunsen are
Leo Kirsch, Felix Kirsch and Bud iparents of a baby girl born early
Barkmeyer returned Thursday, each Tuesday imorning.
boasting an elk.
Mr. and Ms. Hugh Frank and baby
daughter of Columbia City, Ind., vis
Mrs. Keith Phillips w’ho was called
ited briefly in Mehama last week at
to Washington last Wednesday by the
the Hohn Teeters. Reed White and
illness of her father is home again.
Elizabeth Hughs homes. The three
Willowjean stayed at the Harry Mon
women are cousins of Mrs. Frank.
roe home during her mother’s ab
Carl Longnecker and family spent
Ladies of the Stayton C h r i s t i an
Saturday with Mrs. Anna Longneck
Church held their regular monthly er. Carl and brother Fred of Eugene
PHYSICIAN & SURGEON
meeting at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Tim Kirsch Thursday night. Present
were 35 adults and three children.
The T. C. Martin family moved to
l'.lgin Watches have won the
Stayton last week.
SANTIAM Fraternal Order of Ea
Academy Gohl Medal
The 4-H cooking and sewing clubs
gles 2745 meets at Rod and Gun Club
not a disease.
Award for 1040. These are the
met Monday afternoon at the homes
in Idanha each Wednesday 8 p.m. 30
same watches with the exclusive
of their respective leaders, Mrs. Don
are the under
Dura Power Mainspring. Come
ald Teeters and Mrs. Madaleine Rid-
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in and let us show them to you.
ling. They plan to meet every two
Hemoroida and other
weeks. The sewing club is starting
USE OUR LAYAWAY PLAN—
ailments must be corrected.
needle cases to be made in their 4-H
’No loss of time
A SMALL DEPOSIT HOLDS ,
ANYTHING UNTIL NEEDED.
The Farmers Union presented two |
Free descriptive booklet
free movies Friday night at the club
Dr. R. Reynolds Clinic
house. A picture on bee culture and
one on soil conservation were shown
with Mr. Bunmester of Stayton fur
Sale« — Rentals — Service
1144 Center St.
nishing the projector. Pie and coffee
and home made candy were sold. A HMnufliniiiiiininniraMnNMiHiiHmiiRniniinH'.fliiiniiiininniiuninflinMiimniii'iiiiiiiiiiniiMir:!
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short business session was held, in
which several new members were
John Allen entered General Hos
pital in Salem Sunday for surgery,
the next day.
Ladies Aid met at the home of
That's what folks outside the caayon are saying about THE
Mrs. Merle Teeters Thursday' after
noon. Regular business meeting was
called to order by Mrs. Violet Wallen.
MILL CITY ENTERPRISE.
Yet just a little over three yeara
It was decided to put in an inside
stairway to the primary room as
ago, The Enterprise was a four page, handset weekly. Like doz
soon as a carpenter could be found.
Dainty refreshments were served fol
ens of other businesses, it's growing with the Canyon.
lowing the meeting.
D W. Reid MD
Mill City Jewery
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