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About The Mill City enterprise. (Mill City, Or.) 1949-1998 | View Entire Issue (March 2, 1950)
Duggan Stork Shower
Mrs. Art Olmstead and Mrs Don
ald Huber were hosteses for a stork
shower honoring Mrs. Jack Duggan
held at the community club house
Thursday evening. Guessing games
furnished the entertainment followed
by opening of the gifts and refresh
ments. Honoring Mrs Duggan were
her mother Mrs. Leola Hurt and Mrs.
Donald Smith of Salem, Mesdames,
Frances Bodeker, Frank Merrill,
Floyd Kilburn, Larry Bangs, Albert
Toman, Vem Shaw, Keith Grimes all
of Mill City, Floyd Bassett, Alex
Bodeker, Clyde Bressler. Percy Hiatt,
Pat Lyons, Bert Lyons, Alice Huber
and the hostesses Mrs. Olmstead and
Faith Rebekah lodge held their
meeting at the hall Wednesday even
ing with a good attendance, and the
following officers in the chairs;
Blanche Wagner, noble grand; Beu
lah Lewis, vice grand; and Garnett
routine of business was carried out,
and installation of officers completed
with the following installed; Lois
Myers, inside guardian; Jean Rob
right supporter to vice grand; and
Gertrude Weidman, left supporter
to vice grand. At the social hour
dainty refreshments carrying out the
patriotic motif for Washington’s
birthday was served by Effie Hein, Dad’s Day At P.T.A.
eck and Helen McClurg.
When the P.T.A. meets Thursday
Following the lodge meeting a evening, March 9th. the fathers will
short business meeting was held by | be in full charge. Parent-Teachers
the Three Links club with Beaulah ’ officials stated it was the one time ot
Lewis, president, presiding. Many ’ the year when Dad would be incon-
plans were made and discussed. trol. The fathers will direct the pro
Plans were made for a card party gram, the entertainment, and will
to be held at the hall Saturday even jeven be incharge of the refreshments.
Preceding the program, a short
ing, March 4th, with 500 and pinochle
in play. Plans were also made for a business meeting will be held. At
party dance to be held Saturday even, the business meeting, the nominating
ing March 11 with each member committee for the selection of next
year’s officers will be appointed.
entitled to bring guests.
Election for the nef officers will be
Leave plenty of room between you held in -April.
A grand evening is promised to
and the car ahead in case of sudden
all who attend.
stops or turns.
Chosen junior queen and king
_ in Saturday night's Kiddie Kamlval at
Salem were Michele Manoli», left; and Patrick Alderin. Michele is the
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George Manolls of Gates. The carnival was
sponsored by the American I-egion.
(Photo courtesy Statesman)
M C Women
We Make Our Own
Quality ICE CREAM
Special Friday & Saturday
WHAT TO DO NOW ?
George Steffy, who ran a want add
in ¿ast week’s Enterprise, believes
that it pays to advertise. When he
advertised for a piano he had excel-
One problem though,
now he has to figure how to get the
piano up the stairway into his house.
Perhaps he should advertise for a
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Valentine Baby to Carletons
Mr. an Mrs. Robert Carleton are
rejoicing over the recent arrival of
a baby boy at their home. He is
their first ch'ld and was born Feb-
! ruary 14th in a Salem hospital, he
weighed in at 7 lbs. and 10 ounces
and has been named Larry Robert.
His mother is the former Modena
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. _ and"Mrs
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of _ Mr
Orville Downing of Fox Valley
: Mr. and Mrs John McCTurg of
Lyons are Mr Carleton g parents
WiUiam Downnig of Merville, Ore.,
ls the baby.s great grand falher algo
| Julius Tiet2e of Fern Rld
1 grand father on Mrs. Downing’s side
Over 175 women gathered at the
Mill City theatre Friday, February
24th to garner tips on cooking, and to
take home a host of prizes.
Present at the cooking school which
was sponsered by the General Electric
and presented by Jenkins Hardware,
were the home economics classes from
the Gates and Mill City high school.
The cooking school, under the direc of the family. Mrs. Carleton and
tion of graduate home economist baby are home from the Salem Mem
Betty Jane Christensen and Celia Lee, orial hospital and both mother and
introduced new cooking ideas centered baby are doing well.
around the use of new spices and
SERVING THE CANYON AREA
seasoning salts. During the war
MEINERTH MAKE BUSINESS
when many common spices were un
TRIP TO PORTLAND
available manufacturers were forced
Laundry—Nu-Method, Mill City and Stayton
Mr and Mrs. Wilbur Meinert at-
Laundry and Dry Cleaning—
I to present new spices. The new pro
Ken Golliet, Mehama; Mt. Jeff Cafe, Idanha
f ducts proved so profitable the various tended the showing of the new 1950
Dry Cleaning—Santiam Self-Service Laundry, Detroit
line of Gibson home appliances at
companies have felt it worth while to
the Congress hotel in Portland this
163 South High .
teach housewifes how to use them.
Mr. R.E. Groch, from the Cresent
A buffet luncheon was served
foods, expressed his opinion that the
throughout the day.
woman from the smaUer commu
Among desirable items was a Gib
nities, such as Mill City, were more
son refrigerator featuring an inside
responsive to cooking aids and new
tap with a continuous supply of ice
The home economist were not in
In the evening the Meinerts drove
dined to talk only in theory but act-
ually demonstrated their ability to on to Yakima, Wash., to spend the
prove their cooking methods by pre- weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Albert
THAT’S ALL YOU’LL NEED TO FEED REAL FINE
Smith, Mrs. Meinert's uncle.
paring cakes, rolls, steaks, etc. before
the interested crowd.
All of the products cooked during LIONS AUXILIARY
The Santiam Lions Club Auxiliary
the afternoon were given away in a
drawing as were many other lovely held its regular meeting on Wednes
gifts, given by Crown Mills, Cresent day evening. Feb. 22nd, at the home
Foods, and Jenkins Hardware. All of Mrs. Jack Colburn. Members pre
cooking was done on the General sent were Mrs. Albert Toman, pres
Electric ranges. The salads, steaks, ident, Mrs. Ed Goschie, Mrs. Geo.
! rolls, cakes, flours, spices, and appli- iSteffy, Mrs. Lowell Stiffler, Mrs. T.
ances were given to Mesdames, Dale R. Burton and the hostess. After the
Stubbs. Robert Veness, Lincoln Hen- business session, canasta was played
| ess, Burt Stubbs. W.R. Hutchinson, with Mrs. Burton winning the top
June Philips, E.F. Schroeder, Archi score prize. The next meeting will
From 11 through noon till 2. everyday but Sunday
Bates, Glen Ermen, J.C. Watt, Olivia i>e held on March 22nd at the home of
Dick Painter, Ted Burton, ¡Mrs. Wilbur Mienert.
Down the famous Nohlgren’s Alley
Jo Jaquin, Marleen Verbeck, Betty
Off State Street, SALEM
Cree. Elnora Albright, Ida Fleetwood. ( III R< II HISTORY
E D. Cooke, Jean Lake, Walter Micth-
Pacific Coast division of the Amer
elJ, Keith Grimes, Isabelle Mason, lean Society of church history will
Goldie Sorenson, Arthur Bassett, meet on the university campus March
Joan Kunkle. Sonny Hoffman. R.V. 7 and 8 for their annual conference
Wheatler, Barbara Barton. Robert with Dr. Matthew Spinka, Waldo pro
Cooper, Joan Johnson, Alona Daly, fessor of church history at Hartford
Mrs. Jepson, and Ela Hadwell. The (Conn.) Theological seminary sched
prizes were awarded by Hugh Bris. uled as guest speaker.
Another cooking school is planned
for this fall.
WE INVITE YOU TO COMPARE OI K
KE CREAM PSODUCTB WITH VIA
rials. Work done promptly ..,
and guaranteed. I^t ua give
you a free estimata.
All Our Ice ( ream Product«
Stair Requirement *.
We Vie No Shim Milk or Sub-Standard Dairy Product*
March 2, 1950
5—THE MILL CITY ENTERPRISE
Coming on Wednesday. March 8th
at 8 o’clock to the High School audi
torium. is Mitchell Cain the world
famous magician and comedian.
The show will last a full two hours
and will consist of fun, mystery,
laughs, and features Cain’s baffling
and sensational box escape.
with the show is "Gladys, the Prin-
cess of Magic."
Be sure to see Mitchell Cain in per-
son Wednesday. Prices, adults 75c.
students 35c tax included.
Mrs Martha Bowes celebrated her
80th birthday anniversary. Sunday,
February 26th, at her home by cook
ing a big turkey dinner for a group
Mrs. Bowes came to
Gates with her husband, now dis
ceased in 1904, from Eureka, Calif.,
where they had resided for several
years, and has lived here continu-
ously since. They were originally
Those invited to help Mrs. Bowes
observe the happy occasion were her
Freedom is indivisible, as even a
sister. Mrs. Blanch Dean, who makes monkey with only 25 percent of his
her home with Mrs. Bowes, her son paws in a trap well knows.—Thomas
Joseph Bowes, Mr. and Mrs. Charles W. Phelps
McKee of Amity, Mr. and Mrs. Verne
McKee of Salem. Mr. and Mrs. Harold
and daughter Helen. Mr. and Mrs.
Henry Green of Dayton were unable
to be present on account of illness.
1 AT YOUR FINGE RTIPS
Mrs. Bowes received two large
birthday cakes and several lovely
Minnie Cooper Passes Thur
Minnie Hathaway Cooper, 35, late
resident of Shelvin, died here Thurs
day at the home of her father and
stepmother, Mr. and Mrs. Lester
Cause of death was
cancer. Mrs. Cooper was born Jan
uary 19, 1915, at Lessburg, Mo., and
was married Nov. 20, 1935, in Mis
souri to Walter Cooper. Surviving,
besides the widower and parents, are
four sisters, Natalie Swift, Bethany
Okla.; Nellie Hathaway, Salem; Vi era
Nelson, Shelvin; and Leola Hath-
Klamath Falls; and three
brothers, Norman Hathaway, Red-
ding. Calif.; Glenn Hathaway, Beth
any, Okla.; and Clyde Hathaway,
Mill City. Funeral services were
held at 2 p.m. Sunday at the Mill City
Presbyterian church with burial in
the Fox Valley cemetery between
Mill City and Lyons.
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