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made a weekend trip to Spokane. were Thanksgiving day guests at the
S—THE MILL CITY ENTERPRISE
December 1, 1949
Wash , where they visited friends.
home of Mrs. J W Sarver, Dallas,
Mr and Mrs. Athol Savage and
Guests at the Huber Ray home
scores in 500 went to Thelma Nydig- fight. Dog fight and Chinese get up
By RHEBA SNYDER
Mr. and Mrs. Pat Lyons spent I the ger and Percy Hiatt Low was Mar 1 furnished the
daughter were Thanksgiving dinner Thanksgiving were Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. Even Evenson and guests of the Clarence Golden family Frank Ray.
weekend in Portland where they wi ■ere garet Phillips and Fred Weiman, and chocolate and
cookies were served at
Mary Witts visited Mr Evensons’ of Detroit.
Thanksgiving guests of Mr. ju>d called by the serious illness of Mr. Thelma Nydigger held the lucky the close of the evening.
sons and daughters and their families
Mr. and Mrs. Sol Tucker and boys M! s Paul Reynolds were Dr. and Owen Minich brother of Mr. Lyons. ticket No. 58 for the door prize. 1 master and Den mother training
in Merrell, Ore., the past weekend.
spent Thanksgiving weekend visiting Mrs. Ruedy, Mr. and Mrs. Augur. Mrs Lyons returned home Sunday There were 55 people present with course will be held at the Rebekah
Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Lierman points of interest along the Oregon and Reynolds son. James Reynolds evening, but Mr. Lyons remained to 40 players.
The party was spon- hall December Sth. A joint meeting
and Letha Mae. Silverton, and Mr. coast.
help them this week.
sored by the Mari-Linn PT.A. and with Lyons. Mill City and Slayton.
; and wife all of Portland.
and Mrs. Richard Udey and boys,
Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Bass are the ( proceeds to go for Christmas treats
Mr. and Mrs. Bill Hamilton and
Mr. and Mrs. James McKinney
A dinner was held Sunday at the
ot Stayton, were Thanksgiving din were hosts Thursday to the Dave son were Thursday guests of Mr. and , parents of twin daughters born at | for the kiddies.
of Mr. ami Mrs. Albert Julian
ner guests of Mr and Mrs. Warren
Roberts and the Ralph McKinney Mrs. George Cannon and family, j the Salem General hospital Novem
Faith Rebekah lodge held their honoring his mother Mis Catherine
Stoll and children.
I of Willamina.
meeting Wednesday evening with a Julian (Grandma Julian) on her 85th
Thursday guests at the home of
W hen the Mari-Lynn school census ■ small attendance. Election of offi-
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Stevens. Sheri,
the Frank New family were Mr. and
was completed it showed a total of
day guests of Mr. and Mrs. Chet dan, visited their daughter. Mrs. Hu 312 in Linnsvounty and 43 in Marion | cers was the main business with the laid for the honored guest Grandma
Mrs. Wilbur Rice, Barbara and Gene,
i following officers elected: Blanche Julian, Mr. and Mrs. Glen Julian,
Slater and son of Sweet Home and ber Ray and family a few days the I county. The
McMinnville and Mr. and Mis. Rich
new school house is ex Wagner, nobl« grand. Beulah Lewis,
Glen Jr , and her mother Mrs White,
visitors in Crestwell the remaining of past week.
ard Rice and baby of Hillsboro.
The Idanha Little Theatre Group petted to be finished by Dec. 1. A vice grand: Garnett Bassett, secre- Mr. and Mrs. Rex Julian, Mr. and
Mr, and Mrs. George Barney and
will meet Saturday night December
j tary; Celene Taylor, treasurer; and Mrs Albert Julian, all of Fox Valley,
Mr. and Mrs. R. Hoyt were week
Tommie were weekend guests in
3rd, at the Rod and Gun club. All to make the mountain hauls in bad Helen Anderson, financial secretary. Mr and Mrs Joe Johnson of Albany,
Prineville at the home of Mr Bar- end guests of Mrs. Hoyt's sister and members are to bring prospective weather, W. R. Stevens will drive it. The social hour and refreshments
and Mrs. Ida Barkley of South Gate,
brother-in-law in Albany.
ney's brother, Grant Barney.
members, as the group is very an Gordon Heineck is the other driver were omitted due to other activities
Mr. and Mrs. U. S. Floyd and Ron xious to enlarge. A special invita and Thomas Putman will drive one A short meeting of the Three Links California.
Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Ericson were
Thanksgiving dinner guests at the
weekend visitors with friends in Coos nie were Thanksgiving dinner guests tion is not necessary to attend, any j of the buses when the new routes club was held following the lodge
home of Mr. and Mrs Oscar Naue
of John Arthur. Detroit.
who are interested in dramatic arts
Plans were completed for
The benefit card party held at the the party dance to be held at the were Mr and Mrs. Sam Culwel), Gus
Ray Monroe and Junior Barney
Jackie Hopson, Portland, son of Lee I and in the benefits of same to the
Hopson was a visitor here from community, you are more than wel Santiam Valley grange hall Wed- hall Saturday evening, with refresh Stineborn. and Mr. and Mrs. Howard
nesday evening. November 23 was ments to be served by the club.
Thursday to Sunday, when his father come.
Funeral services will be held Thurs
j took him back to report at school Mrs. Louis Joyce and new baby re well attended, with several tables of
Mrs. Floyd Bassett was hostess for
Monday. Friday and Saturday guests turned home Sunday, after a month 500 and Pinochle in play, high scores the social meeting of the V.F.W. aux day afternoon at two o’clock from
at the Hopson home were Mr. and or so stay in a Portland hospital and in Pinochle were held by Lois White iliary of Mill City, at her home in the Weddle Funeral Home in Stayton
for Jack Nash who was killed Mon
j and D. A. Franklin, low Dorothy Gar
Mrs. Harold Caligan of Willamina.
at the home of her mother.
Fox Valley Tuesday evening.
day morning when a crummy with
Thanksgiving dinner guest of Mr.
Mr. and Mrs. Perkins were Thurs
Mr and Mrs. Jack Goodell are 10 men plunged down the Santiam
See Ed L. Davis
and Mrs. G. Geston were Mr. and day and Friday guests in West Salem
boasting of having the right kind of embankment near the CBI warehouse
Lyons, R. F. D.
Mrs. Barney Johnson and Otto Schef- at the home of their daughter, Mrs. stricken Eagle, whose engine room chickens. When gathering eggs Mrs.
which is located below the log-jam
Lester Honey and her husband. An was aflame, in the Pacific last Wed Goodell found one measuring 8U. by as they were on there way to work.
Mr. and Mrs. Baxton Fouts, Mr. other daughter, Mrs. Ralph Boje and nesday. The Freeman left the port 6*4 inches.
Some egg and some j He is survived by his widow Lucille
and Mrs. Richard Cannon and Sheila daughter of Coming, Calif., were also of Seattle two days before.
chickens, they are seven-month old Nash, two children Marjorie and
The American Legion auxiliary met
visitors there, who accompanied the
Bille. Mrs. Amy Patterson will offi
Perkins to their home here Friday at the home of Mrs. John Weisgerber
The Cub Scouts held their pack ciate and interment in the Fox Valley
Tuesday evening, with 16 members
and on to California Sunday.
meeting at the Rebekah hall, Friday cemetery.
It will be of interest to many to answering roll call. The Gift to the evening, with 24 registered Cubs, 20
Mr. and Mrs. Mike Schwindt and
learn that Chet Slater, a former resi Yank campaign was discussed. Mem of them received their Bobcat pins. children were guests at the home of
dent of Idanha, now of Sweet Home,
Their theme of the month was “Keep his brother Fred Schwindt in Stay
veterans hospital in Portland.
has opened an electi’c shop there.
ing Strong” contest games, Rooster ton.
Refreshments were served by the
An attendance of fifty-three adults
were at the general meeting of Dean- hostess and Mrs. Floy Storey. The
ha PTA Monday night. Many chil next meeting will be at the Fouts
dren also were present due to the residence.
Mr Eldon Haley and family were
fact that Mrs. Wise's physical fitness
class, of the fourth and fifth grade, weekend guests at the home of Mr.
demonstrated a few of the many ex Mrs. G. T Pittam. They were din-
ercises practiced and Mrs. Hanan's ner guests Sunday at the James Mc
hi-school girls glee club honored the Kinney home.
It s Smart !
Idanha Power Co. ir. order to ac
group with three vocal selections.
The speaker of the evening Mr. Pyfer commodate the extensive growth of
of Salem was unable to be there, as the canyon, has recently completed
Where Friends Meet
he was on the other side of the road a new diesel general plant, adding a
blockade, which closed the road all 200 kilowatt generator to the present
On Highway 222, Linn County Side
The president, T. S Moore facilities.
The new plant is housed in a con
presided at the business meeting. Re
George ‘Sparky’ Ditter
freshment of coffee and cake were crete block building.
Thanksgiving guests at the Orval
Mrs. Warren Stoll and children and Lady home were their daughters,
Mrs. Lloyd Girod and sons were busi Evelyn Martin and family and Thel
ma Storey and family.
ness callers in Salem Friday.
Has Everything for Your
Mr. and Mrs. Glen Willis and Shir
Paul Floyd, Colton, brother of U.
S. Folyd and Mrs. John Rone, under
went surgery in an Oregon City hos troit. and Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Hall
pital Saturday night. The appendec
FURNITURE AND BOOKKEEPING SUPPIJE8
tomy proved to have complications as guests of relatives in Willamina.
141 N. Oom mereiai St.
Guests of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Schaf
that organ was Intertwined with his
intestines. His condition is reported fer Thursday were Mr. and Mrs.
as fine. The Floyds and Rones vis Lloyd Girod, Alan and Jimmie, Mr.
and Mrs. G. T. Pittam, Sherry and
ited him Sunday.
The General H. B. Freeman, on Patty and Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Snyder,
which Arnold Snyder is one of the Donald and Leonard.
Mr. and Mrs. James Gordon and
crew, rushed to the aid of the
were weekend guestB of rela
tives in Portland.
Louis Joyce spent Thursday at the
Manning home in Detroit.
Mr. Howard was a Thanksgiving
dinner guest of Mr. and Mrs Elbert
Bill Cobb, Kelso, Wash,, was the
Washed Sand, Cement Rock, Crushed Road Rock,
guest of his daughter Mrs. Fred Bru
Oil Rock, Fill Rock
baker and Mr. Brubaker Thanksgiv
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Heibert were
Shovel and Trucks for Hire
Thursday to Saturday guests of rela
tives in Dallas.
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Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Evenson and
family and Mrs. Evenson’s sister,
Elain were weekend guests in Rose
Mill City Plant 2 miles west on River Road
burg at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
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This is motherless 4-year-old Ursula
Gramarozk. who lives in the Grub-
weg church home in Germany. Her
first taste of really nourishing food
reached her through the Christian
Rural Overseas Program (CROP I,
through which American farmers
last year contributed 75,668.581
pounds of farm commodities.
Keep Ursula, and thousands like
her, alive - by contributing food
now to the CROP Friendship Food
train being assembled in this state.
Your pastor, county agent, or farm
leader can tell you where and how
to support this wonderful program
founded upon Christian brother
Local churches and farm groups
are cooperating to make the local
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