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About The Mill City enterprise. (Mill City, Or.) 1949-1998 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 9, 1950)
February », l»50
TIIE MILL CITY ENTERPRISE
Six Wwk» Honor Roll;
Betty Lou Cree
Donna Jean Nelson
The Timberwolves of Mill City-
took an easy 46-23 win from thè
! Gates Pirates Friday night,
The Mill City high Timberwolves game was played on the Pirate's
The Mill City Rockets again rolled captured their 8th league victory in floor,
The situation was never in
over the opposing team when they 10 games Tuesday night at Detroit. doubt as Ollie Muise lead an attack
Semester Honor Roll:
tripped the Capital Business College The Wolves started slow and were that produced 9 points before Gates
62 to 29 last Thursday night on the
could even dent the scoring column.
¡of the opening period. The stub The first quarter score read 113
Mill City floor.
While the Business College five are born cougars clung to their slim ' wjth me 'Wolves holding a com-
members of the Salem city league
Donna Jean Nelson
sion with a 16-13 lead T~
When the men increased to a 23-10 half-time
they were no match for the Mill City
fter inter- ¡edge,
-J— After the first un(t came bacR
Betty Lou Cree
: Timberwolves came back after
team. At no time did the opponents
Percentage: Seniors 0%, Juniors
half time to run the score up to
give serious threat. Half time score
21%, Sophomores 12%, and Fresh
was 13-31 with the Rockets at the
third quarter while limiting the De reserves who responded with a 36- men 6%.
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troiters to 7. The final round was 16 third quarter edge. The reserves
Coach Ken Chance stated the more of the same as the Timber-
teacher of Eng
Rockets would play the toughest wolves potted 14 in this quarter to then played the remaining period lish in the Mill City high school, is
game of the season here on Monday only five for the Cougars.
recovering from an attach of appen
night when they meet the Aumsville Muise again paced scorers as he 46-23 verdict. Despite the fact he dicitis.
She has been absent from
eagers. The Rockets barely got by dropped in 21 points, 17 in the last
school for the past week, as she is
with a win with only a 1 point mar half. Ron Morgan, Detroit forward,
in the Salem Memorial hospital.
gin when they last met the Aums- paced the Detroiters with 9 points. points for scoring honors. Jim Carey Miss Isabelle Mason, daughter of
lead the Pirates with 10 points. The
The Mill City Jayvees edged the De- 7lctory was the Timberw'olves 7th in Mrs. Harry Mason, also a teacher, is
If Mill City can score a victory troit "B” by a score
9 starts in league play and the 13th substituting for Miss Baney.
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Monday the league title will belong Mill City (45)
Detroit (28) | victory in 15 starts for the season.
If they drop the game, Thornley (8)
Budlong (6) Mill City (46)
The sophomore girls of Mill City
another vie with Aumsville will be Leo Poole (7)
Morgan (9) Thornley (2)
Hennise high have, for the past week, been
The Rockets now hold Muise (21)
White (2) Leo Poole (4)
Ziebert (4) busy preparing luncheons for their
the league cup and three successive Baltimore (6)
The girls were di
Lady (2) Ollie Muise (18) C
J Carey (10) invited guests.
season wins will entitle them to Its Law. Poole (3) G
Thornton (3) Law. Poole (3)
Crites (5) vided Into two groups, one group on
Mill City sub -Moberg.
Burton (2) Friday and the other on Monday.
Townspeople are urged to support
Detroit subs — Overhaulser <6r. J Mill City subs
Moberg (8), E. Other members of the high school
Layman, and Denton.
Podrabsky (4), Roberts (3), Mart ' were invited.
Thursday’s game results were:
Detroit (20) tala, and L. Podrabsky.
Mill City (21) )
Business Col (29) [ L Podrabsky (6)
Mill City (62)
Gates sub—Eaten (2).
I. Mrs. Alonzo Daly was the hostess
■ in her home on the day of her
Turner (8) Shelton (1)
daughter. Miss Alona Daly's birth-
Godsey (10) | Maritala
Krebs Kanoff (10)
Crissman (9) Grade Team Beats Stayton • day. Invited to the luncheon were
The Mill City grade school basket Dolores Poole, Leia Kelly. Arlone
Skeels (2) Roberts (2)
ball team over-ran Stayton Wednes Kuhlman, Alona Daly, and the host
Tucker (1) lings.
day night with a 35 to 6 score. ess. Mrs. Daly.
Detroit— Manasio (4), Lyles, Leach Coach Vernon Todd reported his boys
had, in order to
played excellent ball.
Half time 1
score was 10-2 for the local team. raise money, a chili feast. It was
M C Tavern Drop Detroit
The "B” team was not so powerful held during the noon hour on Thurs
this week. The charge was
won however with a 13-12 score. day of
Team in Shffleboard
a bowl of delicious chili and
The Mill City "A” team players
The Mill City Tavern shuffleboard were: King 4, Jerry 8. Gregory 5. 10c for a bottle of cold milk.
team journeyed to Detroit Tuesday Ward 11, Andrews 4, Christenson, |
Work on the Mill City high an-
' night to take a tournament victory Stewart, Golden, and Emerson.
I from the Detroit Tavern 242 to 215.
“B” team players were: Crook 9. nual is soon to
j Cuzz Spry and Mack McMine led the Jones 2, Nelson 2, Ed Gregory, B I staff of the annual has been ap-
OPEN WEEK DAYS
Mill City shufflers in scoring honors Howe, Kuhlman, Marttala, Williams, pointed by Miss Baney, who is in
8 A M. to 7 P.M.
I for the evening. The Mill City team Lemke, Robert, Bennet Basset, Pe charge of the construction.
SUNDAYS and HOLIDAYS
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J will play the Davies Tavern at Stay
9 A M to 4 P.M.
terson and Ficek.
consisting of most
ton next Sunday afternoon at 2 p.m.
of the girls in the student body, will
give a Talent Show the first Friday
in March. The public is urged to
come. Look for the advertisements
The south section of the Marion
high girls volley
county "B" League ended in a dead
lock between Mill City, Aumsville, ball squad, with only two days prac
Each team ended their regular sea tice, took a 36 to 26 decision from a
son with a record of 8 wins and 2 more experienced Gates team. The
game was played Friday night as
losses in league play.
preliminary to the Mill City Gates
On Thursday night at Stayton the
three teams drew to see who would varsity basketball encounter. The
Kel loins Grocery
B League Begins
play on Friday night. Mill City
drew the bye so Aumsville and Sub.
limitty will play Friday on a neutral
floor. The Timberwolves will play
the winner of this clash next Wed
nesday night on either the Aums
ville or Sublimity court. If Aums
ville wins the game will be played
on the Saint Boniface court and
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The North Santiam Sporting Asso
ciation met recently in Stayton and
selected Jerry Coffman committee
head. The association, interested in
improving conditions for the sports
men in this area, ask for any sug
gestion that might make such im
may be contacted at Golliet's store
in Mehama ask opinions for possi
ble stocking "kites for fish in sur
Those working on the line were
Keith Phillips. Pat McCarley. Del
bert Bailey. Charlie Bouche, L.
By JEAN ROBERTS
Kirkland. Julius Teets, Ray Roberts.
With the cold spell tentatively Ercill Wilson, and Johnny Lam
broken, most people are laughing brecht.
at the inconveniences suffered dur
The Home Extension unit met
ing the past week when cars re last Friday wth Anne Bergholtz
fused to start, radiators froze and giving a demonstraton on making
broke and chains were a necessity. draperies,
As the weather was
Several complained of balky bad and pavements icy, the meet-
motors with Ercill Wilson and Keith ing was adjourned early in the
Phillips having difficulty starting J afternoon.
their cars. Ralph Downer said it
A party celebrating her seventh
reqiured three batteries before his birthday was given Nancy Sue
Kelly last week with a large num
The silver thaw at the end of ber of children attending; Mehama
! the week slowed traf fiic to a snails first graders, some pre-school, and
pace with a glare of ice on the ¡several from Lyons. The children
i windshields. Some ingenious people were entertained at the Riverview
however, were successfully using J cafe each one taking home a bal-
a lighted candle fastened to the I loon as a party favor.
dash as a defroster.
Mr. and Mrs. Buddy Barkmeyer
Icy streets were a hazard for 1 have spent the past week at the
pedestrians with one man using a home of her parents Mr. and Mrs.
scoop shovel as an improvised sled Ira Kirsch. Owing to snow and
to transport a box of groceries weather conditions they were un
home. A sheet of ice several able to reach their home above
inches thick surrounded The Pub. Lyons.
with several cars stuck and bets
The Ladies Aid will hold their
flying hot and heavy as to whether next regular meeting Friday Feb
the new “ sawdust tires could lick ruary 10 at the home of Mrs. Inez-.
Telephone service has been par-
tially restored in the Mehama era
with the installation of a new line,
from Mehama to the Julius Teets
SPORTING & DRY GOODS
home several miles above the town,
Famous Pendleton Shirts
by a number of local men last
We Have Them
L. C. DAVIS A SONS
Mill City team consisted of Ardith
Downer, Wanda Vandemeer, Dolores
Poole, Sue Mikkelsen. Joann Hoff
man, Pat Wolverton. Reserves were
Pat West, Alona Daly, Arlone
Kuhlman, and Phyliss Timm.
The Seniors are now busy taking
notes for their research paper in
English class. The paper will be
their project for this six week pe
riod. It is to be fiftten pages on a
subject of their own choice.
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