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About The Mill City enterprise. (Mill City, Or.) 1949-1998 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 24, 1949)
The MILL CITY ENTERPRISE
MILL CITY, OREGON
By JEAN ROBERTS
DON PETERSON. Publisher
LEO C. DEAN. Editor and Advertising Manager
Entered as second-clas» matter November 10, 1944 at the post office at
Mill City, Oregon, under the Act of March S, 1879.
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Santlam Trailer Court, Gates
By Mrs. Alvin Haman
Mrs. John Bonham and children
left Sunday for Klamath Falls where
she will attend to some business.
Mr. and David Luck spent Satur
day shopping in Salem.
Mrs. Alvin Haman and Nancy and
Mrs. Arthur Peterson and children
spent Saturday shopping in Salem.
Mr. and Mrs Plant and Mr. and
Mrs. R. L. Jackson were Saturday
evening guests of Mr. and Mrs. Wil
Mrs. L. Dupuis entertained a group
of classmates Thursday for her son
Jere’s seventh birthday. Those pres
ent were Marcia Bamhardt, Jimmy
Fish, Nancy Haman, Joanne Haman,
Bobby, Sue and Claudia Park, Colleen
and Donna Atkison, Terry Lee and
Ronnie Bonham, Gerry Haman and
Mrs. John Bonham and children
and Mrs. Arthur Peterson spent Fri
day visiting Mrs. Bonham’s son in
Mr and Mrs. L. Masoner and chil
dren of Canyonville are visiting Mr.
and Mrs. Geo. McBride. The Mason-
ers are former residents of this camp.
Chares Dupuis celebrated his 65th
Arthur Peterson celebrated his
Mr. and Mrs. Bob Zitzewitz spend
the weekend visiting in Hood River,
Butler’s Trailer News
Mr. and Mrs. Art Durham had their
daughter and son-in-law, Evelyn and
Roy Hushfelt for guests Sunday.
Evangelist Henry L. Rock of Santa
Cruz, Calif., was a dinner guest at
the home of George Davidson. Mr.
and Mrs. Davidson also showed Mr.
Rock the Detroit dam under con-
Mr. and Mrs. C. T. Lankins have
moved to Salem.
A new enterprise opened last week
in Mehama with the completion of a
smoke house adjoining the barbeque
pit, at the Southern Bar B Q built
by Ed Kubin and Andy Springs.
The smoke house which is built of
rock, with a furnace beneath, con
sists of two compartments, one for
meat and fowl and the other for fish
and is now open to custom smoke
meat of any kind.
There have been reports of gaso
line theft recently from Mehama resi
dents living on or near the highway.
Gasoline was allegedly stolen from
several parked cars and trucks.
While most of the valley towns
Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Johnson and
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Sharp motored
to Portland Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Jim St. Clair spent
the weekend at Junction City.
Dorothy Long spent the day Satur
day in Salem shopping.
Fred Wilson and family and Lynn
Johnson and family spent Friday
evening in Salem.
Mrs. L. C. Wimer has her daughter
of Oregon City as her guest.
Gene Jaenicho was hurt on the job,
but is coming along nicely. He is
concerned with the Peck Bros.
Mr and Mrs. Max C. Dorland and
family have moved to Canyonville,
shivered in a dense fog last week, I
Mehama and vicinity basked in a I
warm November sun. In the eve
nings however the fog crept up the
river and enveloped this area nearly
halting traffic on highway 222.
The chicken noodle dinner to bene
fit the school hot lunch program was
well attended Friday night despite
the gathering fog. A fish pond and
a Dutch auction were two of the at
tractions and approximately $104
Young peoples meeting was held at
the Ray Roberts home Monday night
with eight young people chaperoned
by Mrs. Reed WTiite and Mrs. Rus
sell Wilson attending. The evening
was spent singing and playing games.
Women’s club met last Wednesday
with Mrs. Rollier of Lyons displaying
her doll collection.
A good many
members were disappointed at the
small attendance as they had ex
pected Gates, Lyons, and Mill City
Women’s clubs to attend. Due to an
oversight however, invitations were
Misses Lois and Gerry Roberts sang
a duet accompanied by Spanish
guitar at church Sunday morning.
An old landmark, the Kirsch-Crab
tree mill, located on the Little North
Fork was burned last week by C. L.
Mitchell, the present owner The mill
which has stood for many years was
comprised of heavy timbers which
were rotting and causing them to
cave in making it unsafe for live
November 24. 1M9
2—THE MILL CITY ENTERPRISE
The University Bowl
of Salem cordially invites the Bowling Public to come in and en
joy the sport and fun of bowling.
12 Modern Brunswick alleys to bowl on
OPEN 11 A. M. to 12 P. M.
Rate 35c per line—3 lines for $1.00
As a Special GET ACQUAINTED Offer, this Ad. is good
I for one Line of bowling at our modern bowling palace, I
i the finest in the Northwest.____
1340 State St.
Tel. 20631 for reservations
COME IN AND TRY FOR SOME OF THE HANDSOME PRIZES
DR. M \RK HAMMERICKSEN
In Jenkins Building
MII.L CITY .
(Formerly Baker’s Jewelry Store)
Open Every Thursday 1 to 6 P.M.6 P. M. to 8 P.M, by appointment
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