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About The Mill City enterprise. (Mill City, Or.) 1949-1998 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 23, 1950)
Butler’s Trailer News, Gates
By MRS J. A. WRIGH1
Mr. and Mrs. Gene Davidson re
WORLD DAY of Prayer meeting
ceived word Saturday evening of the will be at the Church 'of Christ on
passing away of Mr. Davidson’s Friday February 24th. The Chris-
father, in the state of Washington. 1 tian Womens Fellowship from the
Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Johnson spent Idanha church have been invited to
several days at the coast this past participate.
Special evangelistic meetings
Loren and Bernnie Johnk spent J with Dallas Meserve, evangelist,
the weekend in Lake Grove.
Mrs. Meserve as pianist and chil
Mr. and Mrs. George Ryan mo drens worker will begin at the
tored to Albany Sunday.
Church of Christ, March 5th. War
Dorothy Long received word Fri ren Knape is minister.
day that her mother is ill.
Walt anl Carl Ball shot another
Mrs Fred Wilson is feeling fine cougar last week.
Found in the
since having her check up at the area North of the north Santiam
hospital. Hope she continues to river, between the Big Cliff dam
and the Detroit damsites, it was
Pearl and Art Durham are the the largest they have killed this
proud grandparents of a son born year measuring almost eight feet
to their daughter and son in-law Mr and weighing about 150 pounds.
and Mrs. Hershfelt.
Mr. and Mrs. Orville Nygaard left
Sunny Wilson fell and cut her Friday evening for San Francisco
mouth Saturday but is coming along to bring her mother for a stay in
Mr. and Mrs. O. D. Wilson spent
The shuffleboard game at the
Sunday in Dayton, Oregon, visiting Cedar Tavern Thursday evening re
sulted in a victory for Detroit with
Otto Russell and Eric Nyberg win-
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The fifth grade
mothers will serve coffee and cake
following the program.
Mr and Mrs. Carl Schaffer at
tended the funeral services of Lloyd
Fox, who died of exposure in the
mountains near McCloud, Calif.
Services were held in the Weddle
home in Stayton. Mr. Fox was a
nephew of Mrs. Scaffer.
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Perton moved
last week into the house recently
vacated by the Eddie Evenson
Mr. and Mrs. Bill Hamilton are
driving a new Plymouth these days.
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Schaffer and
and Mrs. Jerry Pittam, and
daughter, drove to Salem Sunday,
where the Pittams purchased a pup
for their girls.
By REBA SNYDER
The Boy Scouts had a pot luck
dinner Tuesday night in honor of
scout week, at the high school build
ing. About 55 Boy Scouts, their
parents and committeemen were
present to enjoy the large variety
Mr. Soderberg was expected but
could, not come, so the boys enter
tained with a short program and
Don Striggow, scout master outlined
the spring and summer program.
The Flying Arrow patrol won the
pup tent as winners of the rag
gathering drive with the Black Bear
patrol coming in second.
The Deanha P.T.A. general meet
ing will be at the grade school
The Idanha Little Theatre group
Library at 8:00 p.m. Monday Feb met Saturday night at the C.C.C.
ruary 27, with a program based on camp in Idanha for their February
meeting A short business meeting
The score was 16-9.
Those was held with the vice-president,
from Gates were Mr. and Mrs. Dar Edna Gordon presiding in the ab
rell Cole, Lola Henness, Jerry Lyons sence of Mrs. Ray. the president. It
and Morris Case. A town game on was voted to give $10.00 to the Can-
Friday evening resulted in a victory yon Aid fund. The three act play to
for Charles Berman and Eric Nyberg be presented in April for the benefit
of the Idanha church will begin re.
with the score 8-6.
3—THE MII.L CITY EVIERPRISE
hearsals next week. Twelve mem
bers enjoyed an evening of Canasta.
Host and hostess were Frank and
Georgia New John and Mildred
Ray will be the March hosts.
Mr. and Mrs. Art Dnesscag, Man
field, Washington. Mr. and Mrs.
Clyde Hilton and two sons. West
Stayton, and Mr. and Mrs. Vernon
Hallford and daughter were dinner
guests Tuesday in the home of Mr.
and Mrs. Carl Schaffer. Mrs. Hilton
and Mis. Driesscag are nieces of
Little Arthur Mapes fell Tuesday
night while preparing for bed, bump
ing his head and nose, which bled
badly for quite some time. He is
being taken to Salem today (Wed
nesday) for Xrays to determine if
his nose is broken.
The Eagles met at the C.C.C. camp
in Idanha Tuesday night for their
regular meeting. Ways and means
of renting or building a hall for their
private use was discussed.
j The Gordon family, Alan and Jim
mie Girod and Jack James have
been suffering with severe colds the
February 23, 1950
By ELSIE MYERS
Mrs. Ike Myers, present Elkhorn
correspondent suffered a heart at
tack at her home this week. She is
confined to bed for a period of three
weeks wtih Mrs. Paul Parton of
Stayton in attendance. Ike who left
for southern Oregon Sunday did not
know of her condition.
Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Randall
who returned last week from an ex
tended vacation in sunny California
and Mexico, finds that it’s nice to be
home, despite several feet of snow
on the ground here
Sunday dinner guests at the Carl
Longnecker home were Mr and Mrs.
Ray Roberts of Mehama and Mr.
and Mrs. Gordon Knox of Mill City.
The evening was s[>ent playing ca
Bill Bickett received word from
Texas last week that one of his
daughter’s children is seriously ill
and confined to an iron lung.
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