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About The Mill City enterprise. (Mill City, Or.) 1949-1998 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 3, 1949)
MILL CITY ENTERPRISE. NON EMBER 3. 1949
ing over all the proceeds for the be- drill team from Bend.
nitit of the grade school library and
A drill team from Bend showed
wonderful training in the ceremonies
In a talk by Mr. Loy after the in
At impressive ceremonies at the stallation, he said one important
new school auditorium here on Sun thing in joining the Eagles is that
day afternoon the ladies auxiliary of the group could do so much for hu
Santiam Aerie 2745 F. O. E. was in manity, while one individual could
stituted. There were 66 charter sign do nothing much by htnunself. He
ers, 48 being initiated during the aft reported two other auxiliaries install
ed in the state this week, one at Myr
Officers for the auxiliary also tle Creek and one at John Day.
A lunch was served at the auxiliary
elected and installed were: Past Ma
dame President Eva Fowler, Detroit! building at the CCC camp following
madame president, Lillian E. Ingalls, the cere<mmonies.
Detroit; vice president, Wamell L.
Smith, Detroit; chaplain, Effie Viola
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Smith; conductor, Christina Utter,
Idanha; secretary, Geraldine Howard;
treasurer, Lois White, Detroit; inner
guard, Lillian Gescher, Idanha; outer
guard, Estaline Holbert, Detroit; trus
tees: Melba G. Dellaire, Anne Ander
son, Eva Debolt, all of Idanha.
Investigating committee: chairman,
For your excavating
Lola V. Henness, Gates; Mary Wilson,
Detroit; Margaret Rasnick, Detroit;
and dump truck work
Entertainment committee: Ester
3-8 yd. 10—B Shovel.
Franse, Dettroit; Myrtle Geston, Id
anha; auditor, Genevieve Bangs;
and General Excavating
membership campaigns, Inez Haun,
Silver Saddle Trailer Camp
Gates, Valderia Maliszewski, Detroit,
Mill City, Ore.
Lillian Gesher, Idanha, These com-
mittees were appointed by Madame
President Lilian Ingalls ait the insti-
tution meeting Ort. 30.
W. M. Loy, state president of F.-
O. E., was the instituting effioer. Pre
sent also were his wife, Eunice Loy,
staite auxiliary chaplain, and Aura
Harmon, M. P. of Bend auxiliary, and
Louise Nicholson, captain of the
in camp. Everyon spent dollars and
dimes and hours of time fixing things
John and Gloria Westgaard had for trick-or-treaters, and and the
friends in Sunday night for pinichle. children did their vey best to make
They were Mr. and Mrs. Don Walker, us all happy. By 9:30 they were all
By Trigger Howard
Things really happened Sunday his two brothers, Walt and Ralph heading home with their booty, tired
night. We had an explosion in camp. Westgaard. Lunch was served. The and ready for bed. Ronnie Walker
(No, not what you think.» Richard game was won by Walt and Shirley. was so tired when he got home he
Helen and Marion Wiley spent the just barely made it to the door, and
Kirth tried to light his butane heater
end building a porch on their landed on the floor, too tired to get
and it blew up, throwing his wife
against the kitchen cabinet and bump trailer. They are preparing for a up. His mother asked him where his
sack of candy was. He said, “ I ate
ing her head.
A Hallowe'en party was held at all 1 could, Mommy, and then just
Their four-year-old daughter was
the home of Mr. and Mrs. Don Smith threw it all away.”
unhurt, but tihe concussion was so | Sunday night by Frances Smith and •
A masquerade party was given at
strong rt thew Mr. Kirth out and into Joyce Mattila. The living roam was
the living room. He was badly burned cleverly decorated with crqpe paper, the Floyd Kilbourne 'home Saturday
on the hands and arms. The explo baloons, skeletons and jack-’o-lan- night. The first couple of hilarious
sion knocked over a glass of milk on terns, with a large hand-drawn pict- hours were spent without conversa
the cabinet and split the stove pipe ture by Frances Smith. Guests were tion, each trying to hide his identity.
The evening was spent dancing and
greeted with refreshments, and games a buffet lunch was served. Eight cou
were played, including a treasure ples were present.
hunt for prizes. Guests were Mr. and
Mrs. Paul Hansen, Mr. and Mrs. Al,
Ward, Rames Shehee, Mr. and Mrs.
, Lowell Stiffler, Mr. and Mrs. Ed
i Getz of Detroit, Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur
By MRS. J. A. WRIGHT
Carlson, Mr. and Mrs. Bud Howard,
Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Johnson
Don Smith and Wally Mattila.
and children Myron and Lynn came
Gloira and John Westgaard drove from Pacific Grove on Wednesday to
into Salem Monday to do some shop Mill City to get their furniture. There
ping. They parked the car by a park they visited her aunt Mrs. Smith, and
ing meter, got out to donate a nickel then came on to Detroit for a visit
the city and found they had left with his parents Mr. and Mrs. Oliver
At the Mill City Furniture Store
their money at home. I guess the Johnson, and his borther Bob Johnson
midnight show Saturday was too ad family. On Sunday Mr. and Mrs.
much for them.
Oliver Johnson had as their guests
Happy and Howard McElvain had their daughter and husband, Mr. and
company Sunday: Howard’s mother Mrs. Kenneth Smith of Stay ton. They
and two sisters and their two hus took their guests for a view of the
GOODE’S FLOWER SHOP bands, all of Portland.
Peterson Rock Gardens near Red
Melvin Woodrum and friend Jean mond.
Phone Blue 64B Stayton, Oregon
spent the week end at the home of
Jos Mazerke of Minneapolis arrived
his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Woodrum. on Thursday for a visit with his
Edna and Lou McCabe spent the brother-in-law and sister Mr. and Mrs.
week end helping their friendh, the Charles Jacobs before going on to
Morrisons, move into their new du- California where he will work this
Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Carlson spent
Several women from Mill City,
the week end In Portland where they
Lyons and Gates were among those
1 had a trailer hitch put in their new
initiated into the Fraternal Order of
Eagles auxiliary of Santiam Aerie at
Don and Shirley Walker now have
ceremonies held here Sunday after
a new awning for their trailer.
Mr. and Ms. Bud Howard had as
guests over the week end Mr. and
A minstrel show ttponsored by the
; Mrs. Ed Getz of Detroit.
Santiam Fraternal Order of Eagles
Monday night was grownups’ night Aerie 2745 will be given some time in
This is being produced
by Frank Wilson. Stagge director is
Mrs. Eli Bangs, and Mrs. Ferguson
of Mongold directs the chorus and
Mrs. Gordon Skidmore has charge of
the orchestra. The Eagles are turn-
Dry Goods, Notions
HARLOW L WEINRICK
Attorney at Law
THE c lit) Ambers'
HOWARD CORSET SHOP
Special Attention Given to Fitting«
131 High St. Salem Ph. 4088
David M. Reid
City Lodge No. 144, I.-
O.O.F.. Meets Every Friday
night. Visiting Brothers Welcome.
A friendly family
WHERE FHIZMM MEET
On Highway 222, Linn County side
Kiln Dry Lumber
and Finish Lumber
Popular - - l»e<
In the Heart of the
Theatre and Shopping District
Idanha Lumber Co.
Rates with Bath
Rate* without Both
George ‘Sparky’ Ditter
• True, that "little illneM "
you've been mentioning la
■ a offhand way, may nCt
teem to amount to much—
just ■ few faint symptoms!
But, neglected, these "little
ius” can lead to big bills for
doctors, medicines, etc; oot
» mention needless suffering
and loaa of precious time.
Consult • Doctor now—*
you'll save by it in the endi
And,of course, we hope you'll
bring his prescription to as
for eereful compounding!
Phone Detroit 7024
BEN E F I T
Capital Drug Co
fpRl Si RiPTIONS
Off Our Regular
Mill City High School Gym
Saturday, Nov. 19,6 p. m
MEN’S, WOMEN’S AND CHILDREN’S
OVER $1500 IN PRIZES
BAGS and HOSIERY included
Select from such famous lines ai
Turkeys, Hams, Bacon, Merchandise
Florsheim - Winthrop - Robin Hood by Buster Brown - Jumping Jacks
Gotham Gold Stripe Hose
Rowe’s Shoe Store
Next to Star Theatre
Door Prize on dance tickets
Bring Your Friends