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About The Mill City enterprise. (Mill City, Or.) 1949-1998 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 26, 1950)
Rainbow Girls Russian Singers
Install Officers Slated for School
Mission Society •r
5—THE Mil I. CITY ENTERPRISE
Fail to Report
January 2®, 1950
A National Assembly program
featuring the Bajan Volga Trouba
To date, less than half of the hun i
dours will come to the Mill City
Thursday, Friday and Saturday
school auditorium on Thursday. ters who purshased elk tags in Ore I
SUSAN HAYWARI) and
February 2 at 1:45 p.m. Admission I gon for last season have mailed in I I
The Women's Missionary society of
ROBERT PRESTON in
is 20 cents. Uladimir Bajan is bring- I their hunting reports to the Game I f
the Presbyterian church met Wed
Installing officers were; Shirley j ing one of the most unique and
A birthday dinner was given by
nesday. the 25th at the home of Mrs.
colorful musical organizations of the by C. A Lockwood, Oregon State
W. W. Allen, for devotion, education Mrs. Tony Ziebert to celebrate Larry Henness, past Worthy Adviser, Leia
jZiebert's seventh birthday. Those Kelly, Marshall; Catherine Hale. entire country here for a special con-
and a short social.
Super Outdoor Drama by
invited were David Reid. Wayne Chaplain; Yvonne Rosserau, Recor
Producer of "Canyon Passage"
The meeting was called to order
natives of Russia but are now Amer by law and are also of vital necessity
Stiffler, Shereen Muir. Nancy Trask, der; and Ardith Jones, Musician.
by society president, Mrs. Lester
Marlene Verbeck was installed as
Erie Smith, Lucille and Luella Zie
Mrs. James Swan di
big game herds.
Sunday and Monday
bert. The evening was spent play Worthy Adviser, Jacquiline Calavan, singing native folk songs of their
rected the devotional service and
Of the 16.980 elk hunters reporting t
Associate Worthy Adviser, LaVonne
Mrs. Herbert Schroeder gave an in
so far, 7,257 have reported making t
Wednesday evening, a birthday Humphreys. Charity; Karleen Dra- give a brief informative talk on the
teresting book report.
kills, and 9,104 reported they were f
dinner was held at the Zeiberts home ger, Hope; Leia Kelly. Faith; Shirley life and customs of Russia.
The remaining 619
Those in attendance were Mes- to celebrate Lucille Zeiberts ninth Henness, Recorder; Yvonne Rosse-
Mr and Mrs. E. Carpenter from reported they didnot hunt.
dames Lester Hathaway, Herbert birthday. Friends who attended the nau. Treasure.
Lockwood stated that the late t
Schroeder, Floyd Fleetwood, Mel ■ dinner and enjoyed the evening play
Kirk Wirick and Ardith Jones pro Ipsilanta. Mich., have recently moved
Robinson, Elsie Potter, Floyd Jones, ing games were Carol Veness, Sher vided musical entertainm ent. Mr.
John Swan, O. K. DeWitt, James een Muir. Phyllis Pate. Georgia and Mrs. William Shuey presented penter will be the superintendent of until December 31, probably had 0 f
Tuesday and Wednesday
some bearing on the lack of reports, t
Swan, and Dr. and Mrs. David Fer Plamer, Luella and Larry Zeibert. the Worthy Adviser with a gavel. the gravel plant for CBI.
but he stated too that many deer i
Friday afternoon, a party was The Charles Kelly’s and Ernest Gra
A delightful lunch was served by given at the Zeibert home to cele ham's presented Miss Verbeck with
He urged all deer and elk hunters I
brate Luella Zeibert's second birth a rainbow pin.
who have not reported as yet to mail
day. Attending were Mr. and Mrs.
their reports at once.
The right of way may be yours, but Pete Peterson, Mr. and Mrs. Red ine Mason Carol Lee Purdy, Pat
AT YOUR FINGERTIPS
If the return report card has been
it isn’t worth dying for.
Thursday, Friday and Saturday
Wells. Mrs. Billie Shipley, Mr. Zei
lost or mislaid, a letter will do. The »
letter should be addressed to the
children’s parents spent the after, Joan Shumonick, Pat Miller, Betty
Oregon State Game commission in I
Lou Cree, Idenna Shumonick, Patsy
noon playing pinochle.
Portland and should include the
Graves. Ardith Jones, Cornelia Lee,
following information: if a hunt was
Children cared for in my home
CLOW INTERNMENT HERE
made or not, if a kill was made or
ANY DAY, ANY TIME
Miss Bessie Clow niece of the late line Squine, Violet Semms, Dorene
not, and if a kill was made the
by day, or hour
Mrs. Geo. Clow, former telephone op
approximate location of the kill and
Refreshments were served by the
IN YOUR HOME BY
Doors open at 7:20 P.M.
cently in Portland.
She was a Scio Rainbow Girls.
This is one way that all hunters « Complete show can be seen any J
former resident of Mill City. Intern
time up to 8:30
can help to maintain hunting in Ore J
7« RPM POPULAR RECORDS
For more information
ment was in the Fairview cemetery Worthy Adviser, Shirley Henness,
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I Can Dream, Can’t I?
with Rev. Nevin from Multnomah with a white Bible.
county officiating. Weddle’s funeral
Dear Hearts and Gentle People
Ol’ Master Painter
Don't Cry Joe
Student talent from the Oregon
141 N. Commercial St.
I've Got a Lovely Bunch of
| State college speech department is
Washed Sand, Cement Rock, Crushed Road
That Lucky Old Sun
now available without charge to
Has Everything for Your
Rock, Oil Rock, Fill Rock
neighboring community organiza
tions for programs of practically any
I desired length.
Why Was I Born?
The types of programs on a wide
Furniture and Bookkeeping Supplies
Toot, Toot, Tootsie
range of subjects include exempore
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lectures, orations, illustrated talks,
MILL CITY: Phone 9242 Days
Bluebird On Your Windowsill
I 297 Nights
forums and discussions, debates, one-
act plays, readings, and demonstra 45 RPM POPULAR RECORDS
Mill City Plant 2 Miles West on River Road
tion of parliamentary procedure, or
I Can Dream, Can’t I?
practically anything in the field of
dramatics and forensics. Speeches
on special subjects of the organiza.
Last Mile Home
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i tion's choosing can be arranged on a
I’ve Got a Lovely Bunch of
i month's notice.
The students, operating under the
student platform service, are under
I Don’t Know Why I Love You
taking this service to gain experience
ARMY BUCKLE OVERSHOES
I l*i appearing before audiences. Some
Don't Bother To Cry
students are ready for immediate
The Bumpity Bus
engagements but they appreciate as
VINYLITE GLOVES (Oil and Acid Proof)
Now That I Need You
See MARTIN J. HANSEN
advance notice as possible.
A Beautiful Blonde From
C. N. Harris, assistant professor of
speech, is in charge of the service
"bookings” may be made
Come in and see our wide selections
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of 45 RPM and 78 RPM Populara, Old
WHIP! ORD PANTS
Timers, Classical, and Semi-Classical
«4.95 and up
MEN and BOYS CORDS
S Lyons Altar Society Party
YOU CAN NOW GET YOUR 1950 FISHING
The party sponsored by the Altar
AND HUNTING LICENSES HERE
B Society and held at the Rebekah hall
Sunday evening was well attended in
spite of the bad weather. Cards "First with What You Want Most" 0
B helped to furnish the entertainment COMPLETE APPLIANCE SERVICE I
B with several tables of Pinochle and
Radio, Washer, Refrigerator 0
B 500 in play. A bingo table also made
and Electrical Appliance
H lots of fun, and during the blanket
OLD BANK BUILDING
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raffle several were lucky enough to Mill City 1881
take home a blanket.
The Acacia Assembly No. 40. Order
of the Rainbow for Girls met in Stay
ton on Wednesday of last week for
an impressive installation of new
January Birthdays officers.
“Child Care” HOME
; The Younger Brothers :
THE COMMERCIAL BOOK STORE
Sami and Gravel Co.
Shovel and Trucks for Hire
“We Aim to Please'’
MILL CITY VARIETY
Photo Finishing - 24 hour service
r\ Wool Yardage/i
PORTER & LAU
Gift Items Socks
Santiam War Surplus and
For Stormy Weather
HILL TOP STORE
FRIDAY and SATURDAY SPECIALS
Snow Three Feet Deep
WITH 010.00 OR MORE ORDER
1 lb. Swift Premium Weiners and 1 can 2J4 size
Just lon’t enough to keep those anxious
people away from the
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No. 2 PINE APPLE JOCK .......
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No. t V. C. PORK A BEANS „
I^iseious food for prices frugal
Open every noon but Sunday from 11 till 2.
Down the famous NOHIXSREN S ALLEY
Off SUte Street SALEM
4 for $|
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HILL TOP GENERAL STORE
ALBERT TOMAN, Prop.
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