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About The Mill City enterprise. (Mill City, Or.) 1949-1998 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 1, 1949)
Billie of West Stayton, and Mr and |
9—THE MILL CITY ENTERPRISE
IK-emtxr 1, 1949
Mrs. Bob Smith of Lyons.
Mr and Mrs. Vem Goodell enter- |
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tained with a family dinner, present FIRST PRESBYTERIAN (Hl'RCH
were Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Crook.
Dr. David J. Ferguson, Preaching
Bobbie and Clifford of Mehama. Mr
Mr and Mrs. Lyle Rush of Salem
Studies of the incarnation of Christ
and Mrs. Jack Goodell. Jack Jr..
are parents of a daughter, Diane
Dec. 4 — "The World That Was
Richard and Mary, of Lyons. Mr. and I Waiting for Him".
Elizabeth bom November 26 Grand
Pacific Northwest industries and parents are Mrs. Bess Vandermeer of
Mrs. Vern Goodell and Clarence
Dec 11 "The Nation From Which
utilities will continue to enjoy the Mill City and Mr. and Mrs. C. 3.
Dec. 18 — "The Town Where He lowest wholesale firm power rates in Rush of Gates.
Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Heineck and
the nation for another five - year
children spent Thanksgiving day in Was Brought Up".
Mr and Mrs. Cy Atwood of Ar
Dee 25—'The Mother Who Bore period. today announced Paul J. cadia. Calif , were in the city Fri
Portland with relatives.
Raver, Bonneville Powe r Adminis-
day visiting old friends. Mrs. A. A.
Mr. and Mrs. Alex Bodeker with Him".
tratir. Extnsion of the current Bon-
Special music by the choir.
Holthouse of Corvallis, his mother,
their daughter and son-in-law and
neville rate of $17.50 a kilowatt-year
Mrs. Norman Johnson of Portland I Remember the annual bazaar, De
on all existing contracts to December
is »2 years of age. Mr. Atwood was
spent the holiday and weekend in ember 9.
20. 1954 (in accordance with provi
with the Hammond Lumber Co. and
Pendleton at the home Mr. and Mrs.
sions of the Bonneville Act for per
FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH
left 16 years ago when the mill closed
Mrs. Hampton is
iodic equitable rate adjustments) was
Services Every Lord’s Day
and he was transferred.
another daughter of the Bodekers.
11:00 officially approved today by Secre
Come in and see Christmas Cards,
Dinner guests at the home of Mr. Morning Worship
6:30 tary of Interior Julius A. Krug.
Wrappings, Gifts, Note Paper. Etc.
and Mrs. John Worden were their
Bonneville recommondations for First Presbyterian Booth in lobby of
daughter and son-in-law and baby of Evening Worship
Sportsman green — a beautiful chartreuse which comes with a char
continuance of present wholesale Mill City State Bank.
Stayton and Mr. and Mrs Earl Allen
treuse and black leather trim or a combination of black leather and
Mrs. Lowell Cree was hostess at
rates for the five-year period begin
Bedford cord — and .Matador red metallic — a medium red color trimmed
ning this December 20, are based on her home Tuesday evening honoring
SI. ( VI’HERINE CATHOl.h
with black and red leather or Bedford cord combination — are new and
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Olmstead and
an analysis of estimated annual rev Mis. Tom Shelton. Girls of the high
< Hl Kl II. Mil l cm
exclusive colors on the new 1950 Ford Convertible Coupes now on displas
sons Donald and Walter spent the
enues and financial requirements of school class of First Christian church
in dealers' showrooms. Nine other colors with attractive trim combina
day with relatives at Oak Grove.
the federal power system through and their mothers were Invited
Confessions heard before mass.
tions also are available in the smart new Ford convertibles which feature
Mr. and Mrs. Garth of Salem were
Father C. Mai, Tastor 1954, Raver said. Higher construc guests. Many lovely gifts were re
an improved top mechanism and improved weather sealing. Foam rubber
Thanksgiving day dinner guests at
tion costs for the eight power dams ceived.
front seat cushions and an improved regulator handle for the quarter
the home of Mr. and Mrs. Laurence I \ I 11 i: DAI BAIN i s O1 JB8U8 to be added to the, system during this
windows are other features.
C. E. Coville spent the holidays
period will not be a serious factor having the flu.
CHRIST CHURCH. DETROIT
Rev. and Mrs. O. A. Jewel with
of their daughter and family in
Sunday School each Sunday 10 A.M. until 1953.
Mrs. Glen Shelton and Mrs. Tom
Olympia. Wash., returning home Sun their sons, Bob and Paul who are in high school building, Detroit.
"Estimated annual revenues are ex Shelton were hostesses at the form
college students in Salem and Port
Priesthood meeting 11 A.M.
pected to meet all costs of genera er's new home on the River Road for
By EVA BRESSLER
Zealand Fryer, Presiding tion and transmission until fiscal the Women’s Council of the First
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Gooch were din land, spent the weekend with rela
Turkey and a stroll chicken and a ner guests at the home of their son tives at Richland, Washington.
year 1951 when the Columbia river Christian church.
A family dinner w’as held at the
napp. some prayers and thoughts of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Gooch Jr. at
power system will include McNary,
Mrs. Morris has returned from sev
Thanksgiving set of Thursday as Sweet Home, other relatives were George Clipfell home. Covers were
CHURCH OF CHRIST
Hungry Horse, Albeni Falls, Roza, eral days at a Salem hospital.
laid for Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Turn- Sunday Sohool
Thanksgiving day in Lyons with the also present from Salem.
10:00 Chandler, Detroit. Big Cliff, and Hills
A daughter, Barbara Jean, was
idge and son of Jefferson. Mr. and Morning Worship
many bounteous laden tables, with
11:00 Creek projects." said Raver.
Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Stockwell and
to Mr. and Mrs. Milton Roten,
many receiving guests and others go three children of Salem were dinner Mrs. Pery Clipfell and three children Christian Endeavor
"Construction costs of the new pro Mehama. Grandparents are Mr. Mrs.
ing near and far for the day and guests at the home of his mother
jects as well as transmission facili Floyd Shepherd and Mr. and Mrs.
son. and Mr. ami Mrs. George Clip
over the weekend.
Walter Smith, Pastor.
Mrs. Ina Stockwell at her home in
ties are substantially higher than for Mattie Murdock, all of Mill City.
Mrs. Minnie Smith and Mrs. Cath Fox Valley.
Bonneville and Grand Coulee, built
Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Jungwirth,
erine Lyon entertained the following
Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Lambert and Dickie and Gale were guests at the DETROIT ( KRISTIAN CHURCH largely on the basis of prewar —
for Thanksgiving day dinner, Mr. and
Warren Knape, Pastor
daughter Wilma spent the day with home of her parents Judge and Mrs.
Mrs. Harry Bosch, Miss Marie Bosch,
.... 10 a.m.
relatives in McMinnville.
Grant Murphy in Salem.
Stanley Johnson of Brooks, Mr. and
The real name of the almost leg
Guests at the Floyd Bassett home
Mr. and Mrs. George Nydigger and Youth meeting ....
Mrs. Howard Summers and children,
. 6:45 p.m. endary Johnny Appleseed, who
Youth night Saturday
Howard Lyon of Portland. Mrs. Lyon
. 7 p.m. tramped through the frontier country
Hours: 10 to 7
returned to Portland with them for Corvallis, and Mr. and Mrs. Paul Bas- and dinner held at the home of her
Sermon topic for the Detroit Chris- of Ohio and Indiana in the early 19th
I sett of Salem. Mr. and Mrs. Walter I parents Mr. and Mrs. John Thask in tian Church is "How to Remain a
the reminder of the week.
century, starting apple orchards
Guests at the home of Mr. and
wherever he went, was John Chap
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Andersen
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Berky of Eugene
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Mrs. E. L. Roye were Mr and Mrs.
Russut Stong of Portland, Mr and were dinner guests at the home of were Thanksgiving day guests at the
FREE METHODIST CHURCH
Thomas Edison, during his lifetime,
Mrs. Archie Everhard and Judith of his sister and family Mr. and Mrs. I home of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Bass. “The Church of Light and Life Hour”
over a thousand patentable
Mr. anr Mrs. Clyde Bressler were Sunday School
Silverton, Imogene Roye of Lebanon, 1 Jack Spaulstra in Salem.
Thanksgiving day dinner guests at
Juan Schwendener o f Longview,
Serving Turkey Dinner
11:00 SANTIAM Fraternal Order of Ea
Wash . Lynn Roye of Corvallis, and the Wilson Stevens home were Mr. Mr and Mrs. Oliver Wood and Elmer Junior Church
Friday, Saturday, Sunday
7:30 gles 2745 meets at Rod and Gun Club
Virginia Rogers of Portland.
Mr. and Mrs. Donald Huber, Dennis Wed. Prayer Meeting
7:30 in Idanha each Wednesday 8 p.m. 30
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Heineck spent i Albert Thoman and son Stephen of
the holiday and weekend at the home Mill City, Mrs. Scott and daughter and Donna Lou with his mother Mrs. Phone
Alice Huber were dinner guests at Rev. L. C. Gould
Mill City Lodge No. 144, I.-
the George Keeley home in Portland.
North Mill City
Meets Every Friday
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Mrs. Keeley is a daughter of Mrs.
night. Visiting Brothers Welcome.
Huber and sister of Donald Huber. IDANHA COMMUNITY CHURCH
Mr. and Mrs. Talbott of Grand
Sunday School 10 A M.
Rounde were guests at the home of
Morning Service 11 A.M.
her mother Mr. and Mrs Loren
"That Ye May Live”
Evening Service, 7 P.M.
and Finish Lumber
Mr. and Mrs. Percy Hiatt spent the
"The Christ of the Cross"
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day in Albany at the home of their
Thursday prayer meeting 7:30 P.M.
AND HEATING. NO JOB TOO LARGE AND NONE
daughter and son-in-law Mr. and
Eldon Haley, Pastor
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Mrs. Harry Elmer, their grandson
Gail came home with them for the CHURCH OF CHRIST SCIENTIST
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rest of the week.
Phone Detroit 7024
Services Sunday morning
A dinner was held at the Oscar American Legion Hall
Naue home Sunday honoring Gus
Stienbom on his birthday anniverary,
Covers were placed for the honored
Rev. Wayne W. Watkins, Pastor
guest, Mr. Steinhorn, Mr. and Mrs Sunday School
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Alva Wise of Marion. Mr. and Mrs. Morning Worship
John McClurg, Mr. and Mrs. Howard Evangelistic Service
Naue. Dick Brown, Mr. and Mrs. Os Wed. Bible Study
car Naue and Ruby.
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