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About The Mill City enterprise. (Mill City, Or.) 1949-1998 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 23, 1950)
Pink and Blue for
Davis Shower Thursday
A lovely pink and blue shower was
held on Monday night of this week at
the First Christian church for Mrs.
Courtney, Jr Forty guests were
The stork motif was carried out
as Mrs Brice Reigle and Mrs Wal
ter Peterson gave a short drama on
the sorks visit A near life size
model stork was used in the event.
Mrs. Tom Shelton sang Brahms
Lullaby. Decorations were centered
around a "shower" umbrella with
the gifts placed nearby.
After the many lovely gifts were
opened coffee and cake were served.
Mrs. Tom Courtney Sr of Salem
poured. Many others who could not
attend sent gifts.
A shower honoring Mrs. Paul
Davis was given Thursday evening
at the home of Mrs. Albert Millsap
with Mrs. Norman Garrison. Mrs.
Floyd Völkel and Mrs. Harold Wil
son assisting hostesses. Games ap
propriate to the occasion were
played with prizes awarded to Mrs.
Melbourne Rambo, Miss Carol Klee,
ker and Mrs. N. B. Peetz. Follow
ing the opening of gifts by the guest
of honor, Mrs. Davis, refreshments
were served to Mrs. Theodore Bur
ton, Mrs. Melbourne Rambo, Mrs.
Mrs Larry Shelton, Mrs. George
Arthurs, Mrs Joe Joaquin. Mrs
Walter Brisbin, Mrs. Rose Daly, !
Mrs. Wilbur Meinert. Mrs H. H.
Patten. Mrs. Charles Wolverton,
Mrs. Laura Joaquin. Mrs George
Nelson. Mrs Nettie Glover, Mrs,
Elmer Stewart. Mrs. Ruth Witt. Mrs
Donald Flatman. Mrs Wilson Park,
Mrs. Velma Carey, Mrs. W. R.
Hutchison Mrs. N. C. Masoner.
Mrs. N. B Peetz. Mrs. G. D. Mc
Bride, Mrs. Frank Saunders. Mrs.
George Manolis, Mrs Glen Hearing,
Mrs. Edmund Klecker and daugh
ters, Carol and Janet of Stayton and
Those sending gifts
who were unable to attend were Mrs.
David Reid, Mrs. O. W. Mathews.
Mrs. Alta Adams, Mrs Jerry Lyons.
Mrs. James Fish, and Mrs. George
Putman Stork Shower
SERVING THE CANYON AREA
Laundry—Nu-Method, Mill City and Stay ton
Laundry and Dry Cleaning—
Ken Golliet, Mehama; Mt. Jeff Cafe, Idanha
Dry Cleaning—Santiam Self-Service Laundry, Detroit
163 South High
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THAT’S WHAT EVERYBODY SAYS ABOUT EACH
DELICIOUS DISH YOU CHOOSE
Mrs. Burl Smith, Mrs. Paul John-
; ston and Mfs. Alice Huber were
hostesses Thursday evening for a
stork shower honoring Mrs Thomas
Putman, which was held at the com
munity club house.
1 opening of the gifts furnished the
entertainment followed by refresh-
' ments served to Elva Kuiken, Effie
Heineck, Ethel ‘Hufman, Letitia
| Lengacher, Helen Johnston, Helen
Nydegger, Mildren Carr. Carrie
! Naue, Leora Stevens, Elsie Lafky,
Elsie Lande, Bernice Bridges, Phy-
I lis Toland, Dorothy Mohler, Eva
I Bressler, Alta Bodeker, Bartha
Allen. Bea Hiatt, Ruth Lyons, Hazel
i Worth, Mrs. Ralph Jones, Mrs. Ver
non James, the honored guest Mrs.
Putman, and the hostesses Mrs.
Smith, Mrs. Huber and Mrs. John-
Mis» Marlene Verbeck of Mill City,
who was installed a» worthy advisor
of Acacia Assembly, Order of Raln-
bow for Girls at the Masonic Temple
' in Stayton.
(Courtesy the Statesman)
SHAW VALENTINE PARTY
An attractive Valentine party was
held at the home of Mr. and Mrt.
Audrey and Velma
Shaw were hostesses Games were
played and refreshmetns served.
Present were Betty and Patcy
Newsome. Doris Craig. Marlene
Walker. Shirley Cree, Mary Ander
son, Pauline Christson, Rose Mason,
Norma Downer, Carol Kempe. Nancy
Brudder, Hazel Caudle. Jimmy Cau
dle, Leroy Emerson, Charles Golden,
Kenny Andrews, Forrest Hoyden,
Dennis Podrabsky, George Rambo,
John Feely, Tommy Stewart, and
ALTAR SOCIETY CARD PARTY
The Altar Society of the St. Cath.
erine Catholic church held a card
party Friday night at the Roy Kind
The public was invited
A driver may win on a thousand and pinochle and canasta were in
I chances taken—but he can lose only play On Tuesday afternoon the
society held a card party for the
ladies at the Jack Murray home In
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Rebekah No. 166 Hold
Santiam Rebekah Lodge No. 166
of Mill City will hold the iniatory
degree at the next regular meeting
From 11 through noon till 2, everyday but Sunday
on March 1 for five candidates. Re
freshment committee appointed for
Down the famous Nohlgren’s Alley
that night includes: Louisa Romey,
Off State Street, SALEM
Wilma Stewart. Allura Chance and
Members will hold an all-day
oo-o-o-oo oo-ooo o ooo-o-o ooo ooo ooo o ooo oooooooo oooooooo o o oo oo o o o o o o o o o o oo oo oooooooooooo o meeting Thursday of this week for
the purpose of cleaning the lodge
auditorium, dining room and kitchen.
In the afternoon degree and drill
practice will be held.
Mill City represenatives in Salem
Saturday night attending the county
I.O.O.F. and Rebekah leader's coun.
cil meeting were Lowell Stiffler,
Noble Grand; Vem Thomas. Vice
Grand; Marvin Dart, District Deputy
President; Hazel Nelson, Vice Grand
Allura Chance, District Deputy Prei-
dent. There were about 50 lodge
members attending, representing the I
various lodges in the country. The !
next meeting of th newly organized |
leaders council for lodges will be
held in Stayton on Saturday night.
DICK’S SHOE SERVICE
A sick car may be fatal to the [
The highway cut-up, sometimes is j
Mom & Pop s
February 23 1950
5—THE MILL CITY ENTERPRISE
Private I )inin
Visiting Mr and Mn. C. E. Rogers
over the weekend were their son and
wife. Mr and Mrs Clyde M Rogers
of Portland, and their daughter and
family Mr. and Mrs Geo. Bertilson
ami daughter Helen of Oregon City
Glen Hathaway and Mrs. Robert
Swift of Oklahoma arrived Wednes
day morning to visit their sister Mrs
Walter Cooper who is seriously ill at
the home of their parents Mr. ana
Mrs. Lester Hathaway
George Stewart was in Portland
Wednesday visiting his brother who
is in the Veterans’ hospital.
Dick Saucier is seriously ill in the
A surprise birthday party was
held at the home of Mrs. Ernest
Bauer, for Mrs. Ray Steiner. Those
attending were Mrs. Lee Owens, Mn.
Lyle Roberts, Mrs. Thelma Beehler,
Mrs Lou Gorman, Mrs. James Bar
ton. and Mrs. A. P. Hoffman The
afternoon was spent playing canasta.
Mrs Lettie Swan went to Portland
last week where she visited Mrs
Wolf, former Mill City resident.
The Woman's Council of the First
Christian church met at the home of
Mrs Elmer Shaw Wednesday after
Mr. ami Mrs Del Smith were Port
land visitors this week.
Arthur Davis of Mill City accom
panied Mr and Mrs. R. R. Hewitt to
Bend last weekend where they at
tended a democratic committee
The Presbyterian Missionary so
ciety met Wednesday afternoon at
the home of Mrs. Charles Kelly. Mrs.
W. W. Allen, vice president, presided
in the absence of the president. Mra.
Lester Hathaway. Dr. Ferguson, led
the devotions reviewing the book of
Genesis. Mrs. James Swan, program
leader, directed a stewardship pro
gram Mrs. Donald Shythe sang.
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