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About The Mill City enterprise. (Mill City, Or.) 1949-1998 | View Entire Issue (July 27, 1950)
5—THE MILL CITY' ENTERPRISE
July 27. 1950
By REBA SNYDER
Mr. and Mrs Russell Hoyt, grade
school teachers in Detroit school, re
turned Friday from an extensive trip
FRIDAY' and SATURDAY
Gates Womans Club Files Bridal Shower Honors
to the East While at Valley Forge
DURANGO KID ami
they visited the Boy Scout Jamboree.
sMILEY BURNETTE In
Articles of Incorporation Miss Dolores Brewer
The rod and gun club held their
Challenge of the Range
GATES- Articles of incorporation Mrs. Elmer Shaw and Mrs. Verne annual picnic at Suttle lake last Sun
day with the usual good attendance.
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for the Gates Woman’s club were filed Shaw entertained at the formers Charles Reese, his mother, father
with the Marion county clerk by the home Saturday evening for the pleas and brother. Henry, came Sunday to
JOHNNY WEISSMULLER in
club’s officers, Mrs. AJura Chance, ure of Miss Dolores Brewer, popular ! spend the day with the James Gordon
I bride elect of Gordon Kay.
family at a picnic at Brietenbush
Mrs. Marie Wilson Park. Mrs. Zane
Appropriate games were played by resort and to return Alice Gordon to
Hearing. Mrs. Floyd Völkel and the the guests. Shower gifts were pre
M XI»and MONDAY
her work in Portland after a week
board of trustees, Mrs. Mary Garri sented to Miss Brewer from a wish vacation with her parents.
ROSALIND RUSSELL and
son. Mrs. Odessa Joaquin and Mrs. ing well decorated with rambler roses.
Mr. and Mrs. Keith Conner and two
RAY MILLAND in
Dainty refreshments were served children of Missoula, Mont, came
Edna Hutchison. Legal advice and
services were donated to the club by to Mesdames Walter Kay. Hattie Tuesday to visit with her brother,
Joseph Devers and Walter Bell, Stay Fencl, Charlie Powelson. Carl Chance. Carl Schaffer, until Thursday when
Clyde Golden, Verne Clark, Harold they went to Salem. They returned
Pound. Ford Wilson Jr., Bill Hutch Saturday to spend the weekend with
ison, Ernie Brown. Wilbur Meinert, the Schafers.
BOY JOINS BECKER FAMILY
Stopping at Camp Pioneer to pick
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Becker of Rose Daly, Misses LaVetta Powelson,
Mill City are the proud parents of I Pat Cree, Alona Daly, Andrey and up their son, Alan, Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd
TUESDAY and WEDNESDAY
a baby boy bom Monday at Lebanon Velma Shaw, Mrs. Fencl, the honored and son. Jimmie left about noon Sun
GEORGE BRENT and
day for Yellowstone park for a ten
hospital. The new arrival weighed guest and the hostesses.
I.YNN BARI in
in at 6 lbs. 14% ounces. The mother
Arnold Snyder drove to Seattle Tue
is reported doing fine, but the father
The Kid from Cleveland
sday night to spend a week with his
is said to be a “little weak”.
friend William Bodie. Bodie returned
Baseball story with a Heart.
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with him Saturday night for an indef
Mr. and Mrs. O. E. Hoodenpyle of inite visit here.
. Cresswell were weekend guests of Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Lee Hopson drove to
1 and Mrs. J. C. Kimmel.
ffcslrooms on Southern Pacific’s new streamlined Cascade (Io go into
Salem to see his father, James Hop-
1 Spending Sunday at Suttle lake son Saturday night. Mr. Hopson is in service August 18 with it»1- hour overnight run between San Francisco
GEORGE MURPHY and
RICARDO MONT ALBAN
were Mr. and Mrs. Verda Goble and the Memorial hospital there being and Portland) feature private, enclosed annexes containing complete
toilet and lavatory facilities; circulating ice water, non-glare fluorescent
(They were in Battleground)
Rodney and Mr. and Mrs. Bill Swan prepared for surgery.
ceiling and individual reading lights, full length closets, individually con
Dr. and Mrs. Willcut and family
trolled heating and air conditioning, and generous baggage S|>ace. Wide,
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Howe spent spent the weekend at the coast.
full-length pre-made beds are instantly available. Roomettes, bedrooms,
the weekend at the Morris Howe Idanha street improvement is
suites, compartments and drawing rooms are available on this new
underway. The main street is to be streamliner which boasts the famols “Cascade Culb”, 130-foot triple unit
Action, Drunui about Illegal
Miss Kathleen Brown of Portland graded and maintained and has had
diner-lounge. Several of the sleeping cars will provide through service
has been visiting at the R. C. Brown two coats of oil.
to and from Seattle.
Doors open at 7:20 P.M.
Mrs. Anna Swift is visiting Mr. and
Complete show can be seen any
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Mrs. Don Peterson and family at
time up to 8:30
Not responsible for any debts con
Mrs. Edith Mason is visiting her
A SON To Mr. and Mrs. Richard tracted by anyone except myself.
brother at Long Beach, Calif.
A former resident of Mill City, Mrs. Becker of Mill City, Monday, July 24,
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Dated July 27. 1950
Mrs. Pearl Pike of Lansing, Michi Zeta Gitchell and baby daughter, in Lebanon hospital.
gan is visiting Mr. and Mrs. Lester Terry Rene, spent the week at the
A SON—To Mr. and Mrs. Herbert , >w.
home of her mother, Mrs. Una White. Gesher of Idanha, Tuesday. July 25,
Mrs. Forrest Hollyman and twin Mrs. Gitchell’s home is in Sweet Home at Salem General hospital.
babies are at the home of Mrs. Bur where her husband is employed at the A DAUGHTER -To Mr. and Mrs.
ton Burroughs. At the present time Santiam lumber company.
George Hall of Mill City on Wednes
no visitors are admitted.
Mrs. Al Haun and sons BiUy and day, July 26.
BYRON DAVIS, Prop.
Mrs. Arthur O'Rourke and Jean of Dickey plan to leave tomorrow on a
Arcata, Calif., are visiting her par vacation trip to Johnstown, Nebr.,
“At the Bottom of the Hill”
ents, Mr. and Mrs. George Cree and where they will visit Mrs. Haun’s par James Lyle Staley, 22, student, Har
lowton, Mont., and Betty Jean Class.
ents and other relatives.
Mr. and Mrs. Lee Bassett, Maurie 21, typist, Mill City.
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Jetton spent Sunday at Silver Lake. COV.ILLES ENJOYING WEEKENDS
Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Coville are now
Mr. and Mrs. Glen Hadley and two
J sons of Yamhill had dinner at the spending their weekends at their
newly purchased summer home in the
Al Haun home Sunday.
[ FOR RENT—2 and 3 room furnished Breitenbush area.
Coville, a Mill City realtor, made
apartments. E. D. Cooke, 2 blocks
the purchase this month.
FRESH DAILY — VERY REASONABIJ1 PRICES
The summer home bears the color
SHOWER GIVEN MRS. MC BRIDE ful name of Wild Cat Lodge and is
A surprise shower, complimenting located on Devil’s Creek road.
Mrs. George McBride Jr., was given
by Mrs. Raymond Mainard at her
home Wednesday afternoon of last
"E A BETTER KITCHEN
OPEN WEEK DAYS
SUNDAYS and HOLIDAYS
week with Mrs. Wilson Park hostess.
8 A.M. to 7 P.M.
9 A M. to 4 P.M.
Several games were played with Mrs.
Garbage is making news!
Phillip Hickox. Mrs. A. T. Bamhardt,
Some of this news comes from
Mrs. Newell Masoner and Mrs. James the small city of Jasper, Ind .
| Newcomb awarded prizes. After the where every home is being fitted
an electric garbage disposer.
lovely gifts received were opened by with
Soon it will be illegal there to dis
the honored guest, Mrs. McBride,
pose of kitchen garbage in any oth
refreshments were served by the er way.
This action marks the first time
hostesses. Those complimenting Mrs. I
McBride were her mother-in-law, Mrs. I that the automatic disposer has
been employed on a community
George McBride Sr..Mrs. James New wide
SIZE 5x7 INCHES
basis, but thousands of home
comb, Mrs. Paul Davis. Mrs. Newell makers
all over the country will
Masoner and daughter Cleta Mae.Mrs
testify that there is no easier,
Phillip Hickox. Mrs. A. T. Bamhardt, simpler or more satisfactory way
of getting rid of the inconvenient,
Mrs. Grover Bamhardt and Mrs
dirty, and disease breeding garbage
Age 2 Month*) to 6 Years
Fit Any Sink
FOUR ATHEY' GIRLS HONORED
While the electric garbage dis
GATES- Barbara and Mervin Haun poser is more closely associated
SIX DAYS ONLY
entertained at their home Tuesday with the modern cabinet sink and
evening of last week, complimenting the electric sink, most units on the
! the four Athey girls, Joyce, Shirley, market will fit any kitchen sink.
THRU SATURDAY. AUGUST Sth
WEST SALEM, OREGON
Gloria, and Donna Rae. who with They chew up all sorts of kitchen
Residence 3 5799
Phone 2 4151
and swirl the pulverized
their parents left the following day wastes
particles into the sewer system in a
for their new home in Lebanon. Party flood of cold water. Like any other
games furnished entertainment for mechanical appliance, the disposer
| the evening. Refreshments were should be used only tor what it is
| served by the hosts, assisted by their intended: the disposer is for or
ganic kitchen wastes, not for tin
I mother. Mrs Cecil Haun and Mrs
cans, paper or other rubbish.
Floyd Völkel. Others present were
With this device, the homemaker
i Birdie Larson, Shirley Dietz.Joan ano can keep her kitchen free of wastes
as she prepares meals, bakes, does
¡Jessie Fae Brown. Bob Lee, Louise
Haun. Wilmer Crites, Jimmy Carey. the canning, and cleans up after
meals. Just scrape the garbage in
| Patty Stewart and Earl Henness.
to the disposer opening, turn on
the cold water, flip the switch and
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the grinding rotors do the rest. A
feature of one disposer on the mar
With $10.00 or More Order
ket is the reversing action of the
rotors; each time the switch is
turned on the grinding mechanism
moves in the opposite direction,
serving to keep the unit extra clean
Mom & Pop’s
MILL CITY TAVERN
Myron’s Packaged Meats
STOP THAT DUST!
Road Oiling for
Streets and Driveways
5c square yard
For Fast Service Call
Allen Keith Chevron Station
of Your Child
Tweedie Fuel Oils
Monday, July 31
Friday & Saturday Specials
4 rolls IGA Toliet Tissue
Must Be Accompanied by Parents
Children 2 Months to 6 Years
Selection of Proofs
No Appointment Necessary
No Obligation To Buy
MOTHERS OF SALEM AND 51CINTTY
friends and in appreciation of past patronage.
wC have arranged
-_____ __ in child photography, to
with - a specialist
makeV FREE*" PHOTOGRAPH of your child in our store.
No cost, no obligation, nothing to buy . . it's FREE
STORE HOURS: 9:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
Toy & Hobby Shop
Its North Commercial Street
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rials. Work done promptly .,.
and guaranteed. I-et us give
yon a free estimate.
This month our special flavor it a
creamy smooth ice cream made
with real.crushed.peppermint stick
candy Delightfully different—the
whole family will enjoy it.
^M ayflower '
ALBERT TOMAN, Prop.
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