Image provided by: North Santiam Historic Society; Gates, OR
About The Mill City enterprise. (Mill City, Or.) 1949-1998 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 24, 1949)
: the Cub Scouts. Robert Fetherston Fern Sletto, secretary. Anna B. Ju
The Lyons Extension Unit held s— Tin-: MIIJ. (TTY ENTERPRISE
has been appointed -general chairman lian, treasurer; executive committee, their meeting at the community club
of the Cubs, with Arthur Olmstead, Wilson Stevens, Elmer Taylor and house Friday afternoon, Mrs. Weid
Bx EVA BRESSLER
cub master, Calvin Trahan, assistant Lloyd Sletto.
man was in charge of the business
At the meeting of the Mari-Linn master, Chet Grimes and Floyd John
Installation of officers will be held meeting, followed by an interesting
29-J district 4-H Club the following son. committeemen. Mrs. Pete Ro- Dec. 16, with an invitation to be sent
demonstration in "Color and design j
officers were elected and leaders ap dich, Mrs. Oralan Elwood and Mrs. Bertha Beck, to be installing officer, in Rugs by Miss Ainley of Albany
pointed under the direction of Viola Ralph Jones, registered den moth- and invitations will be extended to Present for the meeting were Mes-
Hanson, home demonstration agent: ers. With 24 cubs now enrolled and Scio, Crabtree and Lacomb Granges
dames. Paul Johnson. Hugh Johnson. J
Local chairman, Mrs. Percy Hiatt, seven more exyected after the first to attend.
Alex Bodker, Otto Weidman. Burl
chairman of asembly, Mrs. Wilson of the year, two more den mothers
A meeting was held Sunday after- Smith, Glen Julian. Clyde McRae.
Stevens, Cooking I leader, Mrs. Jim are greatly needed. Any mother hav- ' noon of the teachers, officers and
W illard Hartnell,Ralph Jones. Mrs.
Lande, with nine enrolled; Cooking ing time and wishing to help out Sunday school to make plans for Daisy Johnson, Mrs. Alice Elwood,
n, Mrs. Burl Smith, with 12 enroll with the scouts please contact the Christmas, Mrs. Willard was appoin Mrs. Nell Moore, Mrs. Alice Huber, I
ed; Sewing I, Mrs. Ed Gisler, five cub master, Mr. Olmstead.
ted chairman to promote a white and Miss Ainley.
enrolled; Sewing II, Mrs. Alice Hu-
The Fox Valley cemetery has just Christmas. Mrs. Paul Johnson, Mrs.
Mrs. Floyd Basset was hostess for '
ber, seven enrolled; Sewing III and recently been cleaned by Paul Smith O. A. Jewel. Mrs. Charles Power and
Hje afternoon can! culb. with a
IV, Mrs. Paul Johnston, with nine of Mill City, who was hired by the Mrs. Glen Julian the decorating com-
party held at her home in Fox Valley. [
cemetery association under the di- | mittee, with Mr. Laurance Walworth Several tables of 500 were in play
Woodworking, Paul Johnston, 7 j rection of Mrs. Gladys Mason who in charge of the lighting. Mrs. Geo.
following a one-thirty desert lun
enrolled; Forestry I and II, Mrs. is vice president. A very good job Mrs. Alice Huber in charge of the
cheon. First prize went to Mrs. Earl
William Prichard, 16 enrolled. Live i has been done and another cleaning treats, and Mrs. Laurance Walworth
Helemn, second to Mrs. Vern Ny-
stock, four divisions, Frank Studnick will be done sometime in May before and Mrs. Jim Lande the general
low to Mrs. HHermon Free.
with 11 enrolled.
j Decoration day. This work was made chairman.
Mrs. Oscar Naue drew the traveling
A meeting was held at the Orlan possible by donations from members
Mr. and M
: rs. Orville Downing and prize and the guest prize went to
Elwood home Friday evening to having lots in the cemetery,
Mr. and Mrs. Bob Carleton and Mrs. Mullians. Present for the party I
make plans and discuss problems of
Santiam Grange held its meeting Duane Downing of Portland visited were Mesdames, Pat Lyons, Earl |
at the grange hall Friday evening Sunday at the home of Mr. Down Allen, Vern Nvdigger, Earl Helemn,
j with election of officers the main ing's uncle .Orville Downing and cou Herman Free. Bob Free Percy Hiatt.
j business of the evening. The follow sins, Clarence and Everett at Red Oscar Naue, Sam Bridges, Arthur
ing were elected:
Olmstead, Roy Heineck, Albert Bass
Mr. and Mrs. Chet Grimes recently and the hosstess Mrs. Basset.
Tony Moravec, master. Matt Bea
ver, overseer, Celene Taylor, lectur- purchased the house vacated by
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Trask of Al
. er, Giles Wagner, steward, Albert Ju- Felix Johnson, and moved the last of bany and Mr. and Mrs. Dean Trask
See Ed L. Davis
| lin, chaplain, Jake Myers, gatekeep the week, the house was owned by and daughter Pamela of Portland
Lyons, R. F. D.
er, Frank Basl, assistant steward. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne, located across were Sunday dinner guests at the
assistant steward, the highway from Heinecks grocery. j home of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Ring.
Phone 751 Mill City
i Blanche Wagner, Ceres, Lois Myers,
miiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii! Pomona, Melvina Franklin, Flora,
November 24, 1949
Plan Your Sunday Dinner
At MANOLIS CAFE
Full Course Dinner $1.50
Also Delicious Steaks and Fried
Oregon Mutual Fire
Sand and Gravel Co.
Washed Sand, Cement Rock, Crushed Road Rock,
Oil Rock, Fill Rock
Shovel and Trucks for Hire
MILL CITY-Phone 9242 Days LYONS
Mill City Plant 2 miles west on River Road
Where Friends Meet
On Highway 222, Linn County Side
George ‘Sparky’ Differ
SO WAYS NEW
FORD for SO
MEN’S WORK GLOVES
JÄe o/re fine ear
in the low-price field
is coming in daily
Shop early for the best selection
MILL CITY VARIETY
That are cF
The 1950 Ford is 50 ways new and finer
I., from new heavier gauge steel frame and
13 way stronger "lifeguard" Body to new
designed ceiling and seating for greater
head room. New comfortable foam rubber
front seat cushions, over new special non-
lagging springs. New richly colored up-
holilery fabric!. New push button door
handles, new rotary secure door latches.
Eleven brand-new baked-on enamel colors
that keep their freshness because they're
"built to live outdoors.”
Just touch the latch of Ford's
Deck" luggage locker — 22.9 cu. ft. of us
able space await, any load you con muster.
Just sit in the '50 Ford's luxurious new
interior that seats •ix big p^oph—Ford
has more hip ond shoulder room than ony
car In its class. For on even bigger thrill
drive this '50 Ford... the fine cor In Its field.
to Keep Brighfând Clean
Here's enduring beauty for your
home! A single "snap" and each
•lat is free for easy cleaning. And
they're clean-quick aluminum —
warp-proof, rust-proof, chip-proof
and fireproof I They close tight as
a tick, too! In your choice of
lustrous colors. Priced low.
nur nom too ay
roo me esTinrrei
They rt Out*
SWISH They're Cleon'
SNAP/\~ Thpy’r» Bock'
FRERES BUILDING SUPPLY
See : : ; hear ; : ; and feel the difference
at your FORD DEALER’S
Herr old-Philippi Motor Co., Stayton