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About The Mill City enterprise. (Mill City, Or.) 1949-1998 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 8, 1949)
RANDALL PAINTINGS POPULAR i John Hodiak (Ann Baxter) of Holly
The son of an Elkhorn couple is
making a name for himself in San
Mr and Mrs. Charles Wolverton re
turned Monday from San Francisco.
While there they spent some time
with Mr. and Mrs. Byron Randall.
Mr. Randall is a well known Bay
artist and is the son of Mr. and Mrs.
Kenneth Randall of Elkhorn lodge.
Mr. Randall was giving a one man
show at The Iron Pot. Mr. and Mrs.
wood purchased one of his water
colors. He also had sold six or seven
more within two davs after the show
B.v JEAN ROBERTS
»—THE Mll.l. ITTI ENTERPRISE
FIRST C HRISTIAN CHURCH
December M, 1949
hama an unusually vicious swarm Of
honey bees were encountered putting
the entire cutting crew to flight. Az
usual the call was relayed to Sher
man who willingly came and jumping
into the nest stamped it to bits.
Yellow jackets which are notorf»
ously ill tempered and show no af
fection for man nor beast are equally
unfeared by Wall. Occasionally Ijp
is stung by a more rebellious one on
the arms or face, but it doesn’t
dampen his enthusiasm — he simply
mashes them with his thumb.
Mrs. Genevieve White, chairman of
Services every Lord's day
the Azalea house committee of the
Morning worship 11:00 A M
Mehama home extension unit at Young People’s meeting 6:30 P M.
By JEAN ROBERTS
Author of Horse Sense Bridge, Sam tended a committee meeting at tise
Evening worship 7:30 P.M.
wanting a hive of bees or
Gordon will appear December 14 at home of Eleanor Trindle, county ex-
Tom Courtney, Pastor a bee tree robbed or a swarm of yel
7:15 instead of tonight as previously tension agent last week. Purpose of
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low jackets disposed of, the man to
scheduled. Don’t forget that date! the meeting was to appoint commit
FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH call on is Sherman Wall. Bees of
His column is appearing daily in the tees to attend the county apron sale
Dr. David J. Ferguson, Preaching
any kind hold no fear for Sherman,
Oregonian, and will be at the weekly at the Portland Gas and Coke Co. on
Studies of the incarnation of Christ in fact he relishes the idea of
card party in Mongold.
S. Commercial on December 15.
Dec 11 "The Nation From Which "stomping” a nest of jackets or
A last report 150 aprons were on He Came".
"mashing" these irasible insects in
display most of them clever and uni
Dec. 18 — "The Town Where He his fingers.
Was Brought Up”.
Roughly, one-fourth of the area of
Last week while felling timber on
Dec 25 "The Mother Who Bore McCully mountain, a tree bought by the U. S is commercial forest land.
Leo Kirsch, Mehama logger who
was injured last week in an accident Him"
Elizabeth Cochrane Seaman (Neills
Ray Roberts and Harley Scott yielded
Special music by the choir.
near the Detroit dam is reported to
a large comb of honey valiantly pro Bly) was the first woman to travel
Remember the annual bazaar, De tected by a horde of tying stingers. around the world. It took 72 days.
be "still critical". Ellwyn Erickson
also injured is reported as "fair”.
While the rest of the crew watched
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SANTIAM Fraternal Order of Ea
The county school hot lunch in
from a safe distance and unmindful
gles 2745 meets at Rod and Gun Club
ST. CATHERINE CATHOLIC
spector visited the Mehama school
of bees crawling up his sleeves and
in Idanha each Wednesday 8 p.m. 80
Monday to check menus and food
over his face, Sherman withdrew the
Sunday Mass at 9 AM
served school children.
comb and filled all the lunch boxes
Mill City Ix>dge No. 144, I.-
Confessions heard before mass.
O^Oo.O.F.. Meets Every Friday
A new bridge over Stout creek on
Altar Society meeting 2d Tuesday.
Last year while working above Me- night. Visiting Brothers Welcome.
the Fem ridge road was put in Mon
Father C. Mai, Pastor
day by the county bridge crew.
Buckler service station at Mehama
now gives S & H green stamps. They
FULL COURSE DINNERS
CHRIST CHURCH, DETROIT
STEAKS AND (HOPS
Sunday School each Sunday 10 A.M.
First snow of the season was noted in high school building, Detroit.
Monday in several inches of snow on
Priesthood meeting 11 A.M.
the logs coming from Freres logging.
Zealand Fryer, Presiding
Mrs. Floretta Neely of Portland is
spending the week visitng her sister
Mrs. Andy Spriggs.
CHURCH OF CHRIST
Jack Ryland, Mehama postmaster Sunday School
is home after an extended absence. Morning Worship
Mrs. Louise Erickson assisted in the Christian Endeavor
postoffice while he was gone.
and Finish Lumber
Walter Smith, Pastor.
John Allen attended services Sun
day morning for the first time in
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several weeks. He has been recup DETROIT CHRISTIAN CHURCH
erating from a major operation.
Warren Knape, Pastor
Mae Patton who has been quite Sunday school
Phone Detroit 7024
ill at her home the past week is able Morning worship
.... 11 am.
to be up and around.
Mrs. Ida Kirsch cut the palm of Youth night Saturday
her hand early this week while
Sermon topic for the Detroit Chris-
sharpening a knife. She was taken tian Church is "How to Remain a
I to Salem where several stitches were Christian”.
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required to close the wound.
To have a Christmas program at
FREE METHODIST CHURCH
the church Tuesday evening, Decem- “The Church of Light and Life Hour”
ber 20 so as not to interfere with Sunday School
LET US FIGURE YOUR ESTIMATES ON PULMBING
, any school programs was decided Morning Worship
AND HEATING. NO JOB TOO LARGE AND NONE
: Sunday morning at Sunday school, Junior Church
Each class is to contribute some- Evening Service
thing to the program.
Wed. Prayer Meeting
Shop and Residence 4269 Macleay Rd. SALEM
Your Power Tool Rental Headquarter»
A large group of Salem Cnem- Phone
i eketans directed by Ex-Governor Rev. L. C. Gould
North Mill City
1410 So. 12th
Sprague drove to House Mountain
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| above Mehama last Sunday. Later
the ygathered at Sprague’s summer IDANHA COMMUNITY CHURCH
COMMERCIAL, INDUSTRIAL AND DOMESTIC
Sunday School 10 A.M.
home located up the Little' North
Morning Service 11 A.M.
“A Working Faith”
Floyd Johnson of Mill City en-
Evening Service, 7 P.M.
3 countered a buck deer near the Keith
| Phillips home early Monday morning
"The Things We Seek’’
] while enroute to work extensively Thursday prayer meeting 7:30 P.M.
236 N. High St.
Eldon Haley, Pastor
! damaging his car and killing the
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» W i Ladies Aid met last week at the CHURCH OF CHRIST SCIENTIST
“ home of Mrs. Winnie Branch. It was Services Sunday morning
« decided to donate some money to American Legion Hail
H I help with the Christmas candy at the
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of Salem cordially invites the Bowling Public to come in and en
ii school. Present were Mesdames
II YOU’RE STILL OPERATING YOUR CAR
joy the sport and fun of bowling.
Rev. Wayne W. Watkins, Pastor
12 Modern Brunswick alleys to bowl on
ON SUMMER LUBRICANTS YOU’RE TAK
x evieve White. L. W. Kirkland. Fran- Sunday School
OPEN II A. M. to 12 P. M.
ING AN UNDUE RISK. CHANGE NOW TO
Rate 35c per line—3 lines for $1.00
» I ces Bailey. Inez Crook, Ray Roberts, Morning Worship
i As a Special GET ACQUAINTED Offen, this Ad. is good I
and Mae Patton.
for one Line of bowling st our modern bowling palace, I
The Mehama home extension unit Wed. Bible Study
I the finest in the Northwest.
m members will meet with the Stayton
1340 State St.
£ unit December 9th at the Women's
Tel. 20631 for reservations
club promptly at 1:30 P.M. The dem
COME IN AND TRY FOR SOME OF THE HANDSOME PRIZES
r TUNE IN TO
’s onstration will be Christmas decora-
x tions, consisting of making of Christ-
Ji mas wreaths, door swags, Christmas
x I corsages, and table decorations
which can be used for the holidays.
Anyone interested is welcome to at
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Saturday, Dec. 10th
Rainbow Inn & Cafe
Kiln Drv Lumber
Idanha Lumber Co.
WOODBOSS CHAIN SAWS
GREENLY’S Plumbing & Healing
Salem Lighting & Appliance Co
COLD Weather Supplies
Tire Chains - Heavy Duty Batteries
The University Bowl
Our Christmas Special!
Let’s Talk Turkey!
Tune In REX each Sunday at
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1st and 3rd Sunday each month
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any purchase of a
Freezer, Water Heater
Washer or Radio, between now and
Christmas if your purchase amounts to $150 or more
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