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About The Mill City enterprise. (Mill City, Or.) 1949-1998 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 12, 1950)
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Held in Home
The marriage of Mrs Lois Ander
son, daughter of Mr. and Mrs Floyd
Fleetwood of this city, to Mr Ben
jamin Bisiel of Canyonville was
solemnized at a quiet ceremony at
the home of the bride's parents
Thursday afternoon. Dr. David Fer
guson performed the ceremony while
Mr. and Mrs Frank Merrill attended
Mrs. Merrill sang and Mrs. Donald
Sheythe played the wedding music.
The bride was dressed in a beige
dressmaker suit, adorned with a cor
sage of white flowers. Her acces
sories were brown.
A reception was held following the
ceremonies at the Fleetwood home
for close friends and relatives. The
couple will make their home in Can
yonville, following the honeymoon
trip, where Mr. Bisiel is employed by
the Kuckenberg Constuction com
Two on Birthday
A surprise birthday party was held
at the Merritt Buhler home Sunday
afternoon for Lyle Roberts by his
wife, with couples attending the gala
The group enjoyed an evening of
which were served by the hostess.
Those attending the celebration
were Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Miller,
Mr and Mrs. John Pelteir, Mr. and
Mrs. Allen Hoffman, Mr. and Mrs.
Lawrence Smith. Mr. and Mrs. Buh
ler and the hostess and her husband.
Mrs. Orville Larsen was surprised
with a birthday party at her home
by several of her friends Monday
evening. Refreshmets were furn
ished by Mrs. Lyle Roberts and Mrs
Surprising the hostess of honor
were Mr and Mrs. Ray Walker, Mr.
and Mrs. James Fernaid, Mr. and
Mrs. Lyle Roberts. Mr. and Mrs. Bill
Richards and Mr. Larsen Mr. and
Mrs. Merritt Buhler sent congratula
tory messages, but were unable to
January 12, 194®
4 X I t Ul’IUsl-
Thursday, Friday and Saturday
A total of 37,843 convictions for
moving traffic violations were added
I Was a Male War Bride
to the records of Oregon drivers in
Years' Funniest Comedy!
1949. the state driver's license divi
sion reported today
Sunday and Monday
in addition to the traffic violations.
2,013 drivers were convicted of driv
ing while intoxicated, an offense for
which their licenses were automati
cally revoked. Less serious offenses
resulted in 811 temporary suspen
sions of the driving privilege, most of
which were based on court recom-
Tuesday and Wednesday
Secretary of State Earl T. Newbry
explained that judges are required by
law to forward records of all traffic
j convictions to the driver's license
| division. They become a part of the
indvidual driver's record, t ogether
Thursday, Friday and Saturday
i with all accidents in which he is in
volved. A bad driving record, indi-
I cated by too many accidents and
convictions, may result in suspension
THE BIG SOMBRERO
without court action, he pointed out
— Pius —
A total of 51 different causes for
suspension appear in the report, with
reckless driving accounting for more
than half the actions. Other leading
causes were speed In violation of the
Doors open at 7:20 P.M.
basic rule, hit and run, failure to Complete show can lie seen any tin»
have an operator's license, and phsi-
up to 8:30
OES—One of the youngest leader»
to serve, Mrs. Marguerite McCoy
was recently elected Worthy Matron
of the Marilyn chapter of Eastern
Star. She Is 22.
Photo courtesy Capital Journal
Altar Group Holds
A dozen members of the Altar so
ciety of St. Catherine’s church of Mill
Ctiy gathered at the home of Mrs.
Florence Ressler Wednesday evening
for the regular meeting of the or
ganization. Mrs. Lowell Stiffler as
sisted with refreshments following
The next meeting of the group will
be held at the home of Mrs. J. W.
McNealy with Mrs. Allen Keith as
sisting. Those who plan to attend
are asked to telephone Mrs. McNealy.
Ladies who attended the meeting
were the Mesdames' Tony Ziebert,
Allen Keith. Lowell Stiffler, Donald
Peterson, Ione Tickle. Russell Hoff
man. J. W. McNealy. J. O Murray,
E. L. Kellom, Edward Miatke, Maj.
hor and the hostess. Mrs. Florence
Wood pulp is the basis of 95 per
cent of all paper.
Rayon for draperies and furniture
covering is made from wood pulp
Wallpaper comes from wood
Farmers are now growing trees as
a cash crop
One tree will make a million mat
ches—one match will burn a million
The farmer is the principal owner
of forest lands in America today.
One Good VITTLE Desert es Another'
Yon can pick and choose underneath
<950 jy C'a-^9
Of O.E.S. Held
For New Year
The first regular meeting of Mar
ilyn Chapter, No. 145, Order of East
ern Star, for the current season was
held at the lodge hall Monday eve
ning, January 9 Presiding over the
meeting were the new worthy ma
tron, Marguerite McCoy, and new
worthy patron, Lawrence Walworth.
Mrs McCoy, daughter of Mr and
Mrs Frank Smith of Sheridan, has
received some publicity as the young
est worthy matron ever to serve the
i chapter in that capacity, and possi
bly the youngest in the state of Ore
gon at the present time. She is 22
j years of age.
Following business matters Mon
day evening, a practice session for
J the new officers was held. The an-
■ nual school of instruction, when a
grand officer will visit to instruct the
group on the ritualistic work, will be
held at the hall at 7:30 on the eve
ning of Thursday, January 19
Mary Kelly was selected to serve
on the advisory council of Acacia as-
sembly. No. 40 of Stayton, Order of
j Rainbow for Girls, as a representa
tive of Marilyn chapter. She will be
I installed during regular installation
i ceremonies for Rainbow officers to
1 be held in Stayton on WedneiJlay
evening. January 18. At that time,
i Marlene Verbeck will be installed as
worthy advisor, the first Mill City
' girl to attain that office.
The refreshment committee Mon
day night was made up of Mildred
Allen, Maxine Hill, and Mary Kelly.
Sand and Gravel Co.
Washed Sand, Cement Rock, Crushed Road
Rock, Oil Rock, Fill Rock
Shovel and Trucks for Hire
Mill City Plant 2 Miles West on River Road
REBEKAH—Miss Carmen Stafford,
Mill City grade tchool teacher, st as
named Noble Grand of the Suntiam
Rebekah lodge recently. She is one
of the youngest lodge leaders In
history. She is 21 years old.
Pho‘o courtesy Capital Journal
Of Local Couple
Mr. and Mis. Cleve Brewer of this
city have announced the engagement
of their daughter, Dolores Elaine, to
.Gordon Glenn Kay, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Walter Kay, also of Mill City
Miss Brewer Is a senior at Mill City
high school while Mr. Kay is a sopho
more at Oregon State College, major
ing in engineering. No date for the
¡wedding has been set by the young
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