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About The Mill City enterprise. (Mill City, Or.) 1949-1998 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 12, 1950)
By JEAN ROBERTS
By REBA SNYDER
By MRS ALBERT MILLSAP
Ivan Darby plans to be a good dis Mr. and Mrs. Carl Schaffer spent Just how the heck, I'd like to know,
tance from snow and ice for the the week end in Salem on business can you expect, with all this snow,
remainder of the winter. He left for and to visit Mrs. Schaffer’s mother. when no one comes and no one goes,
easem Oregon last week to join his
but all stay home with a runny nose,
brother, and from there they plan to Thursday and Friday guests of Mr. poor me to write, betwixt the blows,
drive to Florida for a three month
were Mr and Mrs. Bill Lee of Medi the local news in verse or prose. I
say, old top, my toes are froze, but,
cal Lake, Washington.
Ollie and Ray Adams spent sev
¡darn it all. now here I goes:
eral days last week hunting for their
hounds who were lost on a recent dren and his mother, Mrs. Frank There has been guite a few cases of
flu here the past week. "Bing"
trip into the woods. After being Storey, returned Monday morning
j Duboise. foreman of the Rogers Con
gone several days, the dogs returned from a two-week vacation trip into
Calif, and Arizona, They visited struction company has been confined
of their own accord.
to his home with the disease.
Leon McCarley left the last of the Mrs. Frank Storey's sisters in Thoe-
Fount Paul, who Is employed by the
week for Montana after receiving a
Consolidated Builder’s company has
report that his wife is ill She has Calif., where she remained while the
been at home, ill with the flu since
been visiting her parents in that | younger Storey family visited Mrs.
after the new year.
Mrs. Ed. Kadine who was called to
A new truck to replace the station
Wisconsin by the death of her father
wagon delivering meat on the Me and foundd three feet of snow and
has returned to her home. She was
hama to Marion Forks run was put their water pipes frozen on returning.
Edison Vickers, Mrs John Rone accompanied by her daughter on the
into operation Saturday by Myran
Fender local butcher. The truck also and the Clyde Storey children have
James Moore, one of the most ser
been ill the past week.
carries fresh vegetables.
iously injured of those who went over
Nineteen young people braved the Mr. and Mrs. Eldon Haley and sons the bank with the crummy, and who
snow and stormy weather to indulge were Friday night to Monday morn has been hospitalized in Salem since
in a coasting party at the Ray ing guests of Mr. and Mrs. Walter the accident was brought home the
Roberts home Sunday. They were Reynolds.
day before Christmas. The Moores
transported by Mr. and Mrs. Charles Friends of Mr. and Mrs- Dorland live on the old Schroeder place three
Crook. Mr. and Mrs. Horace Mc Ray went to their home in Detroit j miles east of Gates.
Carley and Mr. and Mrs. Ray Ro- and charivari them Sunday night.
Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Siltala and
The young couple were married in daughter have moved to Salem, their
The Home Extension meeting that Washington. December 28.
■ former home. They have been em
was to be held last Friday was post
ployed in the Garrison cafe for sev
poned until Monday January 23. Floyd Fox who recently returned eral months and resided in the Oak
Because of snow and bad weather it from a trip back east where she at Park motel.
was feared that only a few would be tended the meeting of the Home
Mrs. William Rrames, manager of
able to come.
Demomst ration council. Only unit the Oak Park motel has been con
Mrs. Harry Monroe and Mrs. Ira officers were invited.
fined to her home this week with the
Kirsch attended a meeting in Salem
Mehama school children would flu.
last week to hear the report of Mrs. like to request parents who bring Mr. and Mrs. Einer Skinnerland
their children to school, to please let who for several months have resided
them off at the foot of the hill, when i in the Oak Park motel have secured
is snow on the ground. All the a place in Mill City and moved this
In Furniture, Stoves, Dishes
school children like to coast and the week. Skinnerland is employed in
hill near the 'school is the only avail the office of the C. B. I.
Miss Norma Jean Devine, daughter
145 S. Church, next to Salem Parking
of Mr. and Mrs. Merle Devine has
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accepted a position in the Mill City
State bank. Miss Devine is a local
girl, and attended the Gates schools,
graduating from the high school a
Mr. and Mrs. Hollis Tumidge and
daughter Carolyne have returned
CBI Has A Big Project
- - So Have We - -
3—THE MILL C I IA ENTERPRISE
Rev. and Mrs. Tom Courtney of
Mill City were business visitors here
Mr and Mrs. Thomas called at the
Clifford West home early Tuesday to
see their daughter Waunita. who
stays with the Wests while she is at
tending Mill City high school.
The Thomases were returning from
Trail where he was to work with a
road construction company, but the
snow halted work there. They were
enroute to Browns to spend two
months until his government work
opened up again They did not like
the damp climate they encountered
Roy West of Salem spent Sunday
with his son and family here. Mrs.
West is in the east on a visit with
relatives. She went to Drumright,
Ind . in December and plans to get
home the last of January. A letter
from Mrs. West last week stated she
would be in Oklahoma visiting her
daughter for a while yet.
The Clippell Monthe Lumber com
pany have been running on rather
broken time during the past two
weeks. Trucks have not been able to
from a trip to Klamath Falls where
they visited at the home of her
daughter and family, Mr.s and Mrs.
Carl Jensen. They were accompanied
home by Miss Norma Devine who
had been visiting relatives in Klam
Mr. and Mrs. Wallace McKain
recently from Calif, have moved
from the Rainbow Trailer court to
the Adam’s court. Mrs. McKain is
a sister of Mrs. Elmer Stewart of
A toboggan party was held at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Rush
the first of the week. Those who!
gathered around a huge bonfire and
enjoyed the winter sport were. Mr.
and Mrs. Floyd Völkel and son Gerald
Harry and Dave Bamhardt, Mr. and
Mrs. Norman Garrison and son Ger
ald and the hosts, Mr. and Mrs. Rush.
While most of the guests coasted Mr.
Völkel and son skied.
January 13, 1950
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By MRS J. A WRIGHT
Robert Leis, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Joe Leis, arrived in Detroit recently
from Canada for an extended visit
with his mother. He also stopped
over several days in Hood River on
his way down to visit his father, who
is working there.
J. E. Fry left Friday evening by bus
for Seais, Calif., to see his mother,
who is in ill health.
Mrs. Oliver Johnson who had re
turned home from the Salem Mem
orial hospital about two weeks ago
was again taken to the hospital on
Saturday. She will remain for fur
Mrs. Arlie Dickey was taken to
Salem Memorial hospital on Thurs
day January 5 for medical treatment.
Her husband visited her there on
Wood’s Dry Goods Store
(Next to Post Office)
GIFTS for the Family
GIFTS for the Home
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haul lumber from the Elkhorn mills
that usually supply the planer.
Marvin Berry made two trips to
Boise, Idaho, last week. He reported
the weather plenty cold but there
wasn’t much snow beyond Bend.
Berry hauled lumber to Boise.
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