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About The Mill City enterprise. (Mill City, Or.) 1949-1998 | View Entire Issue (July 13, 1950)
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Heat Suffers Defeat!
AT THE HANDS OF NOHLGREN’S, COOL, ( LEAR, CLEAN
AIR-CONDITIONED COMFORT UNDERNEATH THE
George ClipfeU, Mis. Alice Huber and
Mrs. Catherine Julian
meeting will be at the home of Mrs.
Art Boltzer with Mrs E. L. Roye
By EVA BRESSLER
Mr. and Mrs V. J. Henderson and assistant hostess
Mr. and Mrs. Hobson Gunn and son
daughters, Myrna Sue and Carolyn
Brenda of Carcarun, Calif., visited at Richard of Oakland, Calif, spent sev
the home of Mr. and Mrs Merlin eral days visiting relatives in Lyons.
Knox. Mrs. Henderson is a sister of Mrs. Gunn will be remembered as
Leona Lyons. She is a neice of Pat
Mr. and Mrs. George Huffman and and Bert Lyons and Mrs. Amos Hiatt.
daughters Janice and Jeanette at I Sunday, a famiy dinner was held at
tended the South Dakota picnic held the home of Mr. and Mrs. Bert Lyons.
Present were Mr. and Mrs. Gunn and
at Jantzen’s beach Sunday.
Mr. and Mis. George Clipfell and Richard, Mr and Mrs. Owen Minich
their daughter Mrs. Elaine Hadley | of Portland. Mr. and Mrs. Amos
and children spent several days at Hiatt. Mr. and Mrs. Pat Lyons, Mr.
the home of Mr. and Mrs. Don Shep and Mrs. Ed Gisler. Sharron and Joe,
pard at Baker.
Mrs. Sheppard is Mr. and Mrs. Fred Lindemann, Rich
ard and Linda, and Mr. and Mrs. Bert
also a daughter of the Clipfells.
Mr and Mrs Clyde Lewis and Fred Lyons.
Weekend guests at the home of
Vaughn visited in Tillamook at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Vaughn. Mr. and Mrs. Percy Hiatt were her
Santiam Valley Grange held their aunt and uncle Mr and Mrs. Harry
regular meeting at the hall Friday Reeves of Portland. Sunday with the
evening, but due to the busy time a Hiatts and Mrs Hiatt's mother. Mrs.
small crowd was in attendance. Mr. Jenner, they made a trip to Bend.
and Mrs. Albert Julian gave a report They also visited the Peterson gar
from State Grange they attended at dens while there.
Sunday guests at the home of Mr.
Mrs. Nellie Thomas of Medford and and Mrs. Albert Ring were Mr. and
Mr. Comstock of Grants Pass visited Mrs. Ralph Trask of Albany, Mr. and
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Mrs. Dean Trask and daughter of
Johnston. Mrs. Thomas is a sister of Portland, and Mr. and Mrs. Bert
Smith and baby of Amity.
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Allen attended
Mrs. Albert Julian was hostess for
the meeting of the Women's Society the Rural Carriers convention held in
of Christian Service held at her home Salem Saturday
Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Lambert and
Huffman presided over the meeting daughter Wilma and Mr. and Mrs.
due to the absence of Mrs. Har Roy Lambert of Scio, returned home
Mrs. George Clipfell lead ' Sunday evening from a vacation trip
the devotions. Following the busi |to Yellowstone National park.
Sunday dinner guests at the home
ness meeting Mrs. Julian served re
freshments to Mrs. Albert Ring, Mrs. I of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Hampton in
Clyde Pressler, Mrs. Charles Cruson, Salem were Mr. and Mrs. Alex Bo-
Mrs. Loren Chamberlain, Mrs. Glen deker, Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Bressler
Julian, Mrs. George Huffman, Mrs. and Elmer Hiatt of Lyons, and Mr.
land Mrs. Norman Johnson of Salem.
The occasion honored the birthday an
niversaries of Earl Hampton and
I Elmer Hiatt.
A Friendly Place
Mr. and Mrs. Mike Fink and Mr.
and Mrs. John Jungwirth returned
home Sunday evening from Roslyn,
To While Away
South Dakota, where they had spent
the past month with relatives, and
Your Idle Hours
attended the wedding of their neice.
Recent visitors at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. Orville Downing were his
brother and wife. Mr. and Mrs. Roy
I Downing of Sutherlin.
Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Berry and
son Donald of Tillamook visited at
the home of his parents. Mr. and
Mis. George Berry, and her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Haynes, at Mill City.
Mr. and Mrs. Glen Julian and son
Glen Jr., made a business trip to
Portland. Her mother. Mrs. White,
returned home with them for an in
Little Kathryn and Kenton John
ston, children of Mr. and Mrs. Hugh
Johnston were saddened Monday aft
ernoon when their pal "Buck", a large
i St. Bernard dog was struck by »-hit
and run driver. He was killed in
Mr. and Mrs. Merrill Brassfield and
son Bob attended a family dinner
with relatives at Hillsboro over the
Fourth of July holiday. Kenneth Bo-
sanko agent at the Southern Pacific
■lepot accompanied them to Hillsboro.
Mrs. Minnie Smith has returned
home after spending several days in
Portland at the home of her niece
Mrs. Summers and family.
3—THE MILL CITY ENTERPRISE
RECORD NUMBER OF HOME
UNITS STARTED IN MAY
July 13. 1950
$10,700 per unit from $10.200 per unit
for the same period last year.
country started a total of 140.000 new
units in May. a new all-time high
for a single month.
In releasing the figures, the De-
partment of Labor commented that
the first five months’ volume of new
units this year was 52 percent more
than the same period last year, pre
saging a new all-time high in home
building during 1950.
Builders’ estimates of construction
costs for one-family houses started
during the first five months of this
year increased to an average of
$1 per month and up
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