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About The Mill City enterprise. (Mill City, Or.) 1949-1998 | View Entire Issue (May 25, 1950)
THE MILL CITY ENTERPRISE
Mill City Edged by
Deer Tags Show Nimrod
Success in '49 Season
Gardening Tips Given
On Roses by Nursery
each spring are dumped upon the mar
kets at very low prices, and which
are worn-out plants that have served
to grow cut flowers in greenhouses
for three or four years.
Best procedure is to purchase your
rose bushes from a reliable outlet.
Beware of what sound like extra
ordinary bargains without thorough
investigation of the origin of the
According to deer tag returns tab Gardening success with roses large
Mill City traveled to Stayton fjjr ulated by the Oregon State Game ly is a question of good nursery stock
their last game of the 1950 season. Commission, 163,628 hunters bagged to begin with. Field-grown, two-year
Stayton took the game 5 to 2, but 57,260 bucks during Oregon's 1949 roses graded according to the stan
Explorer Scout Post
i the Timberwolves played their best [ deer season.
dards of the American Association of
“Compared to the '48 deer season Nurserymen, offer the surest road to
ball of the season.
The Timberwolves got off to a this last one was much more success- I
flowers and beauty in the
Explorer Scout Post 49 held a meet shaky start in the first frame when ful from the hunter's standpoint’*, | satisfying
Quality job printing at the Enter
ing this Tuesday evening, and plan Stayton scored two runs without stated Robert Mace, Chief of Big garden. They also produce for the
more specimen blooms for cut prise.
ned two activities for June: an over- getting a hit. The first two batters Game for the Game Commission. family
i night fishing hike and a party. Tcn-
The hunter success ratio for '49 was There are standards for tea roses, the
A novelty for Mill City wrestling tative dates, June 10th for the hlke, reached base on errors and scored on 35 percent. In '48 only 23.9 percent floribundas.
The standards state:
fans was promised for the card June and june 13th for the party, were
their third run in the third when, of the hunters were successful. The "All grades of roses must have a
8 when two lady lightweights will decided upon,
For Guaranteed Cleaning
after one out, Showers walked, stole '48 kill was 39,785 bucks, with 166,618 well-developed root system and pro
meet in the ring at the Mill City .
a recent meeting, Gary Peterson second and came home on Morgan's sportsmen participating in the hunt. portionate weight and caliber accord
theatre, sports promoter Bull-dog was ejected to represent Mill City at ground single to right field.. Hindes' The '49 deer season was October 1 ing to grade and variety." The num
Jackson of Salem announced today. the NatiOnal Jamboree at historic scratch single in the next inning was to October 20 for bucks with not less ber of canes are specified, as well as
Weighing in at 129 pounds will be Valley Forge, Pennsylvania. Scouts the last hit given up by Lawrence than forked horns. All counties ex their height. They are inspected by
attractive June Kelly, lightweight! from all parts of the world will at- Poole, who pitched the whole game cept Sherman county were open to the Departments of Agriculture of
champlon of Nebraska.
June re- tend the Jamboree, which is to be for Mill City.
hunting. In nearly all tire counties the states where produced, and are,
ceived her training from veteran , held at the famous camp where The Timberwolves pulled within one the '49 deer kill rose well over the therefore, free of disease.
wrestler Ed ''Strangler” Lewis. She George Washington and his troops run in the sixth inning when they '48 kill. One exception was Tilla specifications are followed by the
has met opponents in all the larger camped during the Revolutionary scored all their runs. After one was mook county which had a dec'.ne in American Association of Nurserymen,
eastern cities and has held her crown War in the winter of 1777-1778.
and the sturdy, heavy-caned, 2-year
out Leo Poole hit an easy roller to
Closes at 6 P.M.
for two years.
All boys 15 years and older are stayton pitcher Fehlen who pro decline to the large surplus of bucks field-grown plants are in sharp con
Threatening her title will be 130- invited to join the Explorer Scouts, ceeded to throw the ball away, Poole harvested there in '48 following a trast to those of rose bushes which
pound Thelma Jackson of Salem. and enjoy the camping and social going to second. Lawrence Poole closure of several years for most of
Thelma has seen ring action in Holly-1 affairs with older boys,
then singled to center to drive in run the county.
wood, San Francisco and Los An---------------------- —
i number one for Mill City. After two The largest deer kill was made in
geles. Calif., and is scheduled with a driver ' s EXAMINER HERE
were away Bill Hoffman walked, and Lake county with a take of 6,990 ani
Other leading county deer
bout in British Columbia two weeks A driver’s license examiner will be Phil Goble hit another easy ball to mals.
after her Mill City engagement.
on duty in Mill City, Wednesday, May ; Fehlen who again threw the ball kills were: Grant 5,558, Klamath 5,-
Champion Kelly announced today 31 1950 at the pjre Hall, between away and Mill City had their last 443, Deschutes 4,756, Harney 4,011,
her refusal to wager her title in the j the hours of 9 A M. and 4 P.M., ac- tally. Stayton scored their last two Baker 2,521, and Tillamook 2,349.
-.---1 k. bout.
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Lake county also led In number of
to an announcement a received
the — sixth,
hunters, with 13,659 Nimrods indicat
the mat fans will be announced in from the Secretary of State’s office, hit.
The Enterprise next week.
4 ing this was their chosen hunting
Persons wishing licenses or permits Mill City .......... 000 002 0—2 2
3 ground. Deschutes county with 13,-
to drive are asked to get In touch Stayton ............ 201 002 x—5 2
183 hunters and Klamath county with
with the examiner well ahead of the I Batteries: Poole and Peterson,
11,932 hunters were next highest.
scheduled closing hour in order to I Fehlen and Hindrlcks.
The deer kill data for '48 and '49
R PO E
assure completion of their applies- Mill City—
4 0 0 1 1 represents the first complete evalua
tlons with a minimum of delay.
[ Baltimore, cf
3 1 0 0 0 tion made on Oregon's annual deer
WE WILL DO IT
3 0 1 0 0 harvest. This was made possible by
Leo Poole, If
3 1 1 1 2 the use of a. separate deer tag card
Mr. and Mrs. Burton Burroughs Law. Poole, p
1 0 0 1 0 and the co-operation of sportsmen in
entertained a group of friends Satur- Shelton, rf
1 0 0 8 0 completing and returning their cards
30c ,,er 9 ”*
3 0 0 2 0 to the game commission, continued
cards dainty refreshments were Goble, ss
2 0 0 5 1 Mace. The percentage of deer tags
served by the hostess. Guests were Peterson, c ....
3 0 0 0 0 returned proved satisfactory for sta
GATES AUTOMATIC an Mrs. J. H. Hollyman, Mr and Mrs. Muise, rf
2 0 0 0 0 tistical purposes. Mace stressed that
Mariiaia, er ..... ... * u u u 0 this type of information is essential
Frederic Rugh, Mrs Edith Mason, "
27 2 2 18 4 to the management of Oregon's game
Miss Hope Baney and the hosts.
AB H R PO E herds.
. 3 0 2 3 0 One controlled deer hunt was con
Showers, ss . ...
i Hindrlcks, c .... ... 3 0 1 14 0 ducted in '49 on the north side of the
3 1 0 0 0 John Day river in Grant county from
| Morgan, rf .......
Van Hajidel, cf .... 3 0 0 0 0 December 15 through December 18.
2 0 1 0 2 A total of 844 hunters bagged 750
[ Fehlen, p
‘Cox, 3b ............ ..... 3 0 0 0 1 antlerless deer on this special hunt,
Small, lb ......... ... 2 0 0 4 0 the success ratio being 89%. The
. 2 1 0 0 0 game chief described this hunt as an
Peters, lf ........... . 1 0 0 0 0 emergency measure to crop surplus
E’lRST CLASS STEAKS ... A SPECIALTY
0 0 0 0 0 deer on a winter range which was in I
AT MANOI.IS' , . . EXPI It I I I SERVED IN
0 1 0 0 serious condition because of drouth
ALL THEIR MOUTH-WATERING, SIZZLING
0 0 0 0 and grasshopper infestation during I
0 0 0 0 0 the previous summer.
Minten, lf . ........
Total ....... ... 23 2 5 21 3 The bow and arrow enthusiasts
FAMILY PARTIES WELCOME!
were also very successful in the '49
deer hunt, 657 archers participating
IIIGDON SURPRISE PARTY
and 59 deer and one elk being taken.
Friends of Mr. and Mrs. S. G. Hig In '48, 186 bow hunters took ten
don gave them a surprise party deer. Considering that the average
Thursday evening bringing their re bow hunter in the United States has
freshments and furnishing the enter about one chance in twenty-four of
bagging a deer, the Oregon average
After an evening of canasta and 500 of one animal for every eleven arch
MONDAY 5 I’. M. Daylight Saving Time
the group presented the Higdons, who ers this last hunting season was
were recently married with a floor probably a new record.
lamp. Refreshments of cake and
coffee were served to Mr. and Mrs. S.
G. Higdon. Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Bruder,
Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Rogers, Mr. and
Mrs. Ray Caudle, Mr. and Mrs. Curtis
Cline, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Haynes, Mr.
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and Mrs. Lowell Cree, Al Geddes,
Mrs. Ida Geddes, Miss Daisy Geddes,
j Mrs. C. E. Mason. Mrs. Elsie Potter,
Mrs. Richard Saucier. Mrs. Edith
Operating on Standard Time
Mason, Miss Isabell Mason, and Miss
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