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About The Mill City enterprise. (Mill City, Or.) 1949-1998 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 8, 1949)
December 8, 1949
4—THF MIEI. <TTY ENTERPRISE
GRADE s< HOOL BASKETBALL
SCH ED I LE A N NOUN(ED
The first basketball game of the
season of the Mill City grade school
will be played December the in the
gymnasium when they meet Sub
limity. The team will be composed
of «th. 7th and 8th grade boys.
Wednesday afternoon try-outs for
yell and song leaders were made be
fore the Sth, 6th, 7th and 8th grades,
the winners to be announced.
The complete basketball schedule
Sublimity at Mill City—Dec 9th
Mill City at Detroit—Dec. l«th.
Mill City at Turner—Jan «th.
Aumsville at Mill City—Jan. 13th.
Mill City at Gates—Jan. 20th
Gates at Mill City—Jan. 27th.
Mill City at Sublimity—Feb. 3rd.
Detroit at Mill City—Feb. 10th.
Turner at Mill City—Feb. 17th.
Mill City at Aumsville—Feb. 24th.
MILL CITY MEAT MARKET
Complete Food Service
MILL CITY TAVERN
BYRON DAVIS, PROP.
“At the Bottom of the Hill”
SERVING THE CANYON AREA
Laundry: Nu-Method, Mill City and Stayton
..Laundry and dry cleaning: Ken Golliet, Mehama; Mt. Jeff Cafe..
Dry Cleaning: Santiam Self-Service Laundry, Detroit.
163 S. High
By EVA BBEMLEB
There will be a pot luck dinner
and fellowship hour next Sunday,
December 11, following the regular
church service, held at the club house
e.ery body come to church and stay
Mr. and Mrs. Glen Julian were hos
tess for a party held at their home
Saturday evening, following a pot
luck supper the evening was spent
Present were Mr and
Mrs. John Prideaux and family. Mr.
and Mrs. Albert Julian, Mr. and Mrs.
Harley Scott and family, Mr. and
Mrs. Ray Mohler, Shirley and Jerry,
Mr. and Mrs. Clyde McRae, Mr. and
Mrs. John Worden and Marjorie. Mr.
and Mrs. George Nydigger and Larry,
Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Johnston and
family, Mr. and Mrs. Otto Weidman
and family and JoAnne Kunkle.
Santiam Valley grange held their
regular meeting Friday night at the
grange hall. The regular routine of
business was carried out, and plans
completed for the special meeting
which will be held at the grange hall
I Saturday evening, Dec. 10, to confer
the first and second degree on a
class of nine candidates, installation
of officers will be held December 16,
with Bertha Beck state secretary as
installing officer, which will be open
to the public, visiting lodges Lacomb,
Scio and Stayton will also be pres
Recent visitors at the Otto Weid
man home were Mike Bilyeu of Jor
dan, Mrs. Lydia Metcalf and Mrs.
Bud Swartwood of Capalis, Wash.
Sunday afternoon guests at the
home of Mrs. Daisy Johnston were
her two nieces and their husbands,
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Boyer and Mr.
and Mrs. Orville Bowers of Salem.
They were extending birthday anni
versary wishes to Mrs. Johnston on
her 76th birthday.
A cub master and den mother
training course meeting was held at
the Rebekah hall Monday evening.
The scouts are really going to town,
DR. M\RK II U1MERICKSEN
In Jenkins Building
MILL CITY .
(Formerly Baker’s .Jewelry Store)
Telephone 2249 for .Appointments
Open Every Thursday 1 •« <• P.M. 6 P. M. to 8 P.M. by appointment
• Eye examination
* Glasses fitted.
* Eye glass adjustments
* Broken lenses replaced
General offices at TenBrook Jewelers, 313 W. 1st St., ALBANY
TIMBER WOLXE8 WILL RE
LIONS CLUB GUESTS
The local Lions Club will give a
dinner Monday evening here for the
Mill City high school football -team
Each member of the club has been
asked to bring a member of the Tim
berwolves’ squad to the dinner. Ar
rangements are being made for the
affair by Jack Colburn.
Cleaning. it’s the
The Bluebird Camp Fire groups
have been out selling candy during
the past week. Events planned for
them in the future are trips through
the Mill City Bakery to see how
breads, cakes etc. are made, and
through the Mill City Enterprise
office to watch a paper in the mak
Wm. O’Shea (left), executive secretary of the Small Brewers Committee,
Chicago, presents F. W. Shepard, manager Sicks* Brewing Company,
Salem, the first prize blue ribbon awarded the company for its label for
Sicks’ Select Beer.
there are 24 registered cubs and sev
eral more expected after the first of
the year. Den mothers are needed,
any volunteers will be appreciated.
The church choir will hold their
Christmas concert at the Lyons
Methodist church Sunday evening,
Dec. 18, at 8 o’clocg. It will consist
of the regular choir, men’s choirs,
and the junior choir. This will be a
nice feature and every one is invited.
Mrs. Catherine Julian (grandma
Julian) returned home with her
daughter Mrs. Ida Barkley of South
Gate, Calif., where she will spena
Friends were sorry to hear of the
death of Mrs. Voleen Shields of
Salem who passed away Sunday at
the Salem General hospital following
a long illness. She is a sister of Mrs.
Lyon of Lyons.
Mrs. Art *Olsen of Grand Rapids,
Minnesota, visited at the home of her
aunt and uncle Mr. and Mrs. George
Mrs. Glen Julian and her mother
Mrs. White spent the first of the
week in Portland. They will return
I Leroy Comforth had the misfor-
tune of breaking the small bone in
j his ankle while on a skating party
Mrs. Gladys Stiffler who has been
staying at the home of her daugh
ter and family Mr. and Mrs. Marvin
Toland, has gone to Scio where she
will help out at the telephone office
for a few days.
Mr. and Mrs. Amos Hiatt and sons
Richard and James of Lebanon were
Sunday evening guests at the home
of her parents Mr and Mrs. Amos
Mr. and Mrs. Keith Taylor and
children of Walport have moved to
Lyons for the winter, where he will
be emloyed for Sam Bridges, the Gas
Quality job printing at the Enter
SANTIAM CO-OP INSTALLS
The Santiam Farmers Co-op has
installed a free air and water service |
for motorists at its driveway on
First street, Manager M. J. Martin
announced. The facility will be main
tained as a public convenience by the
concern, whiesh does not sell gas.
Highway West of Mill City
WELDING AND REPAIRING
OPEN DAYS AND EVENINGS
Tel. 903 Mill City
may never be regained, but if you lose
an unsigned blank check, you needn't
worry. Safeguard your funds. Open a
checking account and carry convenient
checks instead of large amounts of cash.
Mill City State Bank
MEMBER FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORP.
Now in Progress
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