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About The Mill City enterprise. (Mill City, Or.) 1949-1998 | View Entire Issue (March 2, 1950)
♦—THE MILI. CITY ENTERPRISE
March 2, 19.50
Timberwolves Airport News Timberwolves
Marion Lake Halts
mitted only upon compliance with
reasonable conditions looking to
the promotion of public health, wel
fare, safety, or convenience.”
Notice of the regulation will be
posted on the lake shores and tn
public places in that area, Bruckart
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Jackson Jr.
and daughter Judy of Astoria were Seaplane landings on Marion lake,
weekend guests of their parents Mr j located approximately seven miles
and Mrs. Mattie Murdock and Mr. from the Marion forks new fish
and Mrs. Frank Jackson, Sr.
j hatchery will be prohibited effective
The Mill City Timberwolves lost Arther Davis was in Tillimook; I June 1st of this year, Forest Super-
The good driver regulates his speed
Sat. and Sun. with friends.
' visor J. R. Bruckart of the Wiliam-
Flying will begin at the Davis air- to Amity, Thursday, on the Oregon
accordance with the conditions of
port by March 15th, Byron Davis and College of Education floor at Mon children, residents here for the past ette National Forest announced this the road over which he is traveling.
Ted Galbraith reported today, A
The Mill City Timberwolves de contract for G. I. flight training has loss ruined the ’Wolves opportunity year, are moving to Stayton.
The lake which is relatively small
feated the Sheridan eagers of the been applied for. AVhile the results to go to the state championship meet Mr. and Mrs. Earl Holderbaum of has been the scene of plane landings
Yamhill county league on the oppon from the application will not be at Astoria. Only the winner of the Springfield spent Sunday at home in the past and has at times proved
ents floor Monday night with a 43 known until the last of this month district tournament goes to Astoria, of Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Davis. Mrs.
to 31 margin. It was the 15th win it is belived the contract will be ac- The 1088 meant the last basketball Holderbaum was a former surveyor the lake.
in 19 starts for the Timberwolves. cepted in as much as the field meets 8ame ot the season for the Timber on the Detroit dam and is now em-
Forest service roads come within
ployed at Meridian dam.
For your excavating
Scoring honors were given to Tim all requirements.
two miles of the favorite fishing
and dump truck work
berwolf Ollie Muise, with 18 points The second annual Mill City Avia- The Amity Warriors went into the
grounds and the rest of the journey
3-8 yd. 10-B Shovel
his quota for the evening, of which j tion Day will be held again in July
- • r. ' lead early in the game and were Astoria where she will spend several must be made on foot.
13 made in the second half. Mill An air show will be the feature of the never tied as they took the first
Basements, Trench and
Regulation U-6 under authority of
City also saw half time victory when afternoon. The date for the break- Quarter 15 to 4. During the second ( law, Mr. and Mrs. Que Haines.
the score rested at 21 to 18.
Silver Saddle Trailer Camp
fast hop has not yet been announced. . Quarter Amity scored 11 points to Mrs. Carl Lake was called to Bil follows:
1 11 City’s 3 Q ♦ to rx mabn
In the preliminary game, the Sher
time lings, Mont., Thursday on account of
Mill City, Ore.
"Occupancy and use of the na
the serious illness of her father.
idan "B” squad beat the jayvees of Ted Galbraith flew in from Scap- score 26 to 7.
Mill City by a score of 49 to 27. The
After the halftime Intermission, Visitors at Mill City Lodge Sunday
Sheridanites calmly built up an im Byron Davis had his plane up for Mill City bounced back and out- evening were Mr. and Mrs. Wm.
posing lead in the first half when the first time since the winter scored Amity in the serond half, but Weddell of Salem.
the score read 26 to 11. The local weather made flying nearly impos the Warriors lead was too great to j Mr. and Mrs. Harold Etzel and
. daughter; Walter and Rita Etzel
’B” boys could find nothing to •top sible He reported the field to be over come.
in good shape.
J Amity Coach Matland Anderson's from Sublimity; Mr. and Mrs. Tony
their opponents attacks.
BYRON DAVIS, Prop.
Wayne Kerr was the first local wards have won 11 and lost 3. Amity Ziebert and family of Mill City were
flier to take off from Davis field will now play the winners of one all dinner guests at the Ed Miotke
“At the Bottom of the Hili’’
of the other three games played home in Mill City Sunday. Mr. P. J.
The shuffleboard team from Jerry's since the heavy snows.
Tavern played the Meander Inn team Al and Inez Haun plan to open Thursday afternoon and evening,
I Georgia Palmer spent Thursday
on Sunday night. The Meander Inn the "Air Roost” as soon as flying ’ Line-ups were:
Amity (42) I evening and Friday with Lucille
MUI City (34)
starts in earnest.
team took the victory.
Jerry Case Ziebert.
Jack Enbow and Floyd Yarbrough
Williams Mr. and Mrs. William Norris of
held high score for the winning team Record Size Cougar
N. Nueman Cottage Grove spent Sunday at the
and Bud LaNeabe and Lola Helness
Russ Taylor W. B. Shuey home.
were the high point players from Shot Near Detroit
Arvy Nelson Mr. W. H. Nelson who is now
Jerry’s. A return match was sched One of the biggest cougars to be Verl Moberg
located at Mill City Lodge is visit
uled for next Sunday at Jerry's.
killed in the canyon area was shot Officials: Howell and Bob Cody.
ing in Portland this week.
on Monday by cougar hunter Walter
Mill City representatives in Salem
Ball of Detroit. The cat measured Trophy On Display
to attend the county I. O. O. F. and
9 feet 3 inches in length and weighed
The trophy won by the Mill City iRebekah leader’s council meeting
Rockets will be on display in the were Lowell Stiffler, noble grand;
The hunt which took place near the
window of the Baker jewelry store |Vem Thomas, vice grand; Marvin
Breltenbush river culminated about
Dart, district deputy president; Hazel
in the near future.
5% miles up that stream when the
Yonr Home When You're
The trophy twice won by the Nelson, vice grand, and Allura
big cat was cornered but refused to
Away from Home.
Rockets will be sent to an engraver Chance, district deputy president.
be treed. As Ball's dogs moved in on
to again place their name upon it. The next meeting of the newly or
the query the battle started and
Should the Rockets win the league ganized leader’s council for lodges
Ball's lead dog "Sailor’’ was serious- championship next year the trophy will be held in Stayton March 18.
ly slashed, The dog is expected to
will become their permanent posses Mr. and Mrs. Olstead and Mr. and
Mrs. Ott from Canby were Sunday
guests at the Geo. Veteto home.
The kill is the 5th of this season.
I Mr. and Mrs. Shields Remine have
SOFTBALL FOR SANDLOT
returned to Mill City after an ex
vacation and business trip.
Chief of Police J. T. King an
nounced the sponsorship of a soft- They are driving a new automobile.
ball team for 7th and 8th grade boys. Mrs. W. Leonard Peterson and Mrs.
The young enthusiasts turned out in Charles Dahlen drove to Portland
good number on last Saturday on the this week on a business trip.
| The George Vetetos are driving a
j high school diamond.
King stated his intentions to also I new station wagon.
start a team for the young girls if A. E. Armstrong, local Southern
enough interest was shown. He ¡Pacific station agent will leave soon
challenged other citizens to organize I ■ for a Kansas vacation.
Mr and Mrs. Glen Shelton recently
such teams for opposition.
their 31st wedding anni-
They will meet again this Satur-
MILL CITY TAVERN
Mill City Lodge
Let's Go to Manolis’
Mill City Tavern shuffleboard Held At Lvons
players came home with winning
honors when they played the Davies
tavern team in Stayton. Sunday.
Mill City won with a 28 point margin,
with Tex Blazek and Thuril Shipley
high point men.
The Davies team will come to Mill
City this Sunday for a return bout.
FIRST (LASS STEAKS ... A SPECIALTY
AT MANOLIS* . . . EXPERTLY SERVED IN
ALL THEIR MOITH-WATERING, SIZZLING
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Faust & Ross
The Boy Scouts held their court
honor meeting at the Rebekah
Friday evening with nine of
scouts receiving awards. Three
ceived their first class, six their
ond class awards and 13 cub scouts
received their Bear, Wolf and Lion
badges. It was also uniform inspec
tion for the cub scouts. Several also
The good driver respects the safety received their gold and silver star
of the pedestrian as a primary consid. acheivements. A pot-luck supper for
the scouts and their parents was held
proceeding the meeting followed by
motion pictures for the kiddies,
scouts are doing wonderful work
need backing of all the parents
friends. Lets all get together
help the scouts, "den" mothers
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EXI’ERT COLOR M ATCHINt
I I’HOLSTERING AND BODY REP AIRING
Knowles Body & Fender Repair
l Years Experience
The driver who yields the right
of way will live to drive another day.
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Regular Price»—I urtaln at .8
Doors open at 7:20 P.M.
Complete show can be seen any
time up to 8:30
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