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About The Mill City enterprise. (Mill City, Or.) 1949-1998 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 10, 1950)
DON’T LET THIS GO TO WASTE
All this used to go to waste. Pretty Marjorie Zupner kneels inside a
new type kitchen corner cabinet to demonstrate how much storage space
used to be wasted where base cabinets met at the corner. The front of
this new Youngstown cabinet cuts across the corner and a narrow door
gives access to three revolving shelves, being held here by Toni Banish.
The shelves, each twenty-two inches in diameter, turn on ball bearings
and will hold a pantry full of canned goods or utensils.
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Lyons Man Celebrates Birthday
Lyons—Albert Ring, a resident of
Lyons for over 50 years, observed
his 90th birthday Saturday. He was
honored by his friends and neighbors
with a card shower. He received ap
proximately 60 cards and three birth
day cakes. Helping him to celebrate
the occasion was their daughter and
husband, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Trask
of Albany. Other callers were Mr.
and Mrs. Neal Trask of Idanha, Mr.
and Mrs. Alva Wise of Marion, Mr.
and Mrs. Clyde Lewis and Buelah and
Fred Vaughn of Lyons.
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George ‘Sparky’ Ditter
TO THE MU n I< OF
By EVA BRESSLER
By MRS ALBERT MILLSAP
Mr. and Mrs. Tom Boehm and Con
Sunday guests at the home of Mr
nie of Watertown. S. Dak., are visit* and Mrs Tex Allen from Albany were
, ing relatives in Lyons.
They are Mr. and Mrs. Harold Petersen and
guests at the Oral Toland and Robert daughters. Mavis and Janice.
I Fetherston home. Mr. Boehm is a
Mr. and Mrs Hugh Stanger of;
nephew of Mrs. Toland.
Chicago were guests last week at the
Mrs. May Patton of Mehama was home of Mr. and Mrs Fount Paul.
surprised when a group of friends Mrs Stanger and Mrs Paul are sis-
from Lacomb came to help her cele ters. Miss Nancy McLean, niece of
brate her birthday anniversary. The Mrs Paul will be at the home of her
day was spent at Taylor’s Grove on aunt until Sunday.
the little North Fork of the Santiam
Mr. and Mrs. Glen Sandford spent
river. A picnic lunch was enjoyed the weekend in Hillsboro and in North
as well as swimming. Present were Plains at the home of his parents, Mr.
Mrs. Patton, the honored guest. Mrs. and Mrs J. R Sandford. Saturday
Vernon Patton. Mrs. Ernest Patton. evening they attended the wedding of
Carol and Dickie. Mrs. Jack Patton. Mr Sandford’s cousin, Miss Donna
Butch and Janice of Lebanon, Mrs. Dorland to Dan Rollins in Hillsboro.
I Fred Dolson. Jeanett and Fredrick.
Mr. and Mrs Paul Mitchell were in
Mrs. Lafeuer and Sonny, Mrs. Hayes Portland over the weekend. Wednes
i and Larry of Lacomb.
day. Mrs. Mitchell and daughters.
• Mr. and Mis. Raymond Branch of June and Betty, spent the day in
Mehama visited at the home of Mr. Salem shopping .
and Mrs. William Holzfuss in Le
Mr and Mrs. Kenneth Chance , who
banon, Mrs. Branch is a sister of Mrs. had resided in the Oak Motel since
their marriage, moved to Mill City
Gerald Branch, son of Mr. and Mrs. the last of the week where they had
Raymond Branch is at Oretech, Ore., secured an apartment.
attending college there in diesel en
Mrs. Claude Alexander, who recent
gineering. He took an IQ test and ly sold her home here, has purchasjj^
won a scholarship, which pays room a trailer and will be in Adam’s
and board. There were 65 scholar trailer court.
There will be 33
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Montag of Port
granted next month.
land, owners of the Oak Motel, were
Mr. and Mrs. Leland Manning: Gates visitors Saturday.
who have been staying at the home
Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Osterhout of
of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Sim Portland spent the weekend at the
Etzel. in Stayton since their marriage homes of Mr. Osterhout's sister, Mrs.
in June, moved into their house Sun Walter Brisbin and her brother and
day after having some repair work sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. ‘George
Arthurs. They were enroute to New
Mrs. Maymie Ward of Oregon City port for a vacation.
and Mrs. Fred Hiles of Portland were
Mr. and Mrs. A. M Caraker of
Lyons callers Monday afternoon. Mrs. Detroit are at the home of her sister
Hiles is a neice of Elmer and Amos and brother-in-law, Mr. and Mrs.
I Willard A Hudson. Saturday evening
Baptismal services were held Sun-| Mrs. Hudson and her guest attended
day afternoon on the little North I a shower in Salem honoring their
Fork river above Mehama, following daughter-in-law, Mrs W. E. Hudson.
a fellowship hour and potluck dinner
Mrs. William H. Titmus left for
at the Presbyterian church in Me Portland Thursday of this week
Services were conducted by where she will spend the winter. Mrs.
Dr. Ferguson of Mill City.
Titmus has secured employment in
Mr. and Mrs. James Lande has as the City of Roses.
their guest her sister Mrs. Herman
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Davis and Mr.
Smith from Susanville, Calif.
and Mrs. George Nelson spent Sunday
Visiting at the home of Rev. and picnicking and fishing at Clear lake.
Mrs. Jones is their daughter. Mrs.
Mert Palmer of Yakima, Wash,
Lockwood and son Phillip of Corval- arrived Saturday at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. Burrel Cole. He is the bro
Mr. and Mrs. Willard Berry of ther of Mrs. Cole's mother. Mrs. Min
Eugene visited relatives in Lyons nie Everton, who is also at the home
Sunday. Hillard is a brother of Mrs. of her daughter.
Paul Pennington and a grandson of
Mrs Henry Eccleston and daughter
Mr. and Mrs. George Berry.
Eileen were Portland visitors last
Picnicking at Silver Creek Falls week. While there they were guests of
Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. Arthur relatives. Eileen secured a diamond
Olmstead and sons Donald and Wal she had won in a radio contest.
ter. They were accompanied by Mr.
Mr. and Mrs. Rosenquist of San
and Mrs. Walter Olmstead of Mill Marino. Calif, are the house guests of
City, Mr. and Mrs. Byron Edmond Mr. and Mrs. George Ditto who
son and sons Ronald and Ray of Oak motored to Portland to meet them and
Grove, and Mr. and Mrs. Ray Ed-I bring them to Gates. While making
mondsons of Colton, their two grand- an extended visit at the Ditto home
children and a friend from California they plan to see many places of inter
Ronald and Ray returned home with.................
est in this area. —
Peterson rock gardens at Redmond.
Visiting at the home of Mr. and
Mrs Walter Thomas took a car load
Mrs. Lovell Miller are his brother and of Girl Scouts to Portland one day
wife Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Miller of last week. They stopped in Oregon
City, on the way. where they visited
P. W Roe of Overbrook. Okla, left ¡the old Dr. McLaughlin home. In
for California the last of the week Portland they toured the Rose Test
He visited at the home of his daugh- gardens, the zoo in Wachington park
ter and family, Mr. and Mrs. Sam and the forestry building. One of the
Culwell. and at the home of his grand girls had never been out of the state
daughter. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Naue. go they were taken across the river
Mrs. Anna Johnson with her daugh into Vancouver. Those accompanying
ter and family spent the weekend Mrs. Thomas were. Barbara and Gloria
at the coast. Mrs. Johnson also Crawhsaw, Roberta and Ellen Chance,
visited with her sisters at Rickerall Louise Haun. Norma Harden and Ann
Mr and Mrs. W E. Long and daugh- Hirte.
ter. Mrs. Lester Hair of Oregon City. | Mrs. Edward Chance and Mrs.
visited relatives in Lyons Thursday Thomas were accompanied to Salem,
Mr. Long is a nephew of Elmer and another day by the troop of Cub
Scouts, of which they are den moth-
Mi. and Mrs. Harold Abbott of Mt. erg. The state capitol, forestry build-
Vernon. Wash., are visiting at the ing and other places of interest to
home of Mr and Mrs. Keith Phillips, the boys were visited. Douglas and
Eddie Hirte. Roney and Roger Schaer.
route one. Lyons.
Harden. Walter Thomas Jr.
vallis spent the weekend with rela- and Ross Klutke had a wonderful
tives in Lyons. They also visited her time.
Joan Zeller of Scio, son of Mr and
parents Mr. and Mrs. Otto Witt of
Herman Zeller spent the past
week at the home of his uncle and
aunt. Mr. and M>s Norman Garrison,
Mr and Mrs. Clyde Oliver and fam-
I ily attended the Wyoming reunion at
Corvallis Sunday of last week. The
family party included Mr. and Mrs
Oliver. Donnalee, Jackie, Ed Keith.
Bill. Miss Jean of Salem and Mr. and
Mrs. Robert Oliver and daughter of
Newcomers to Gates are Mr and
Mrs. Harry Richcreek, formerly of
Portland who will occupy the former
home of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Bris
Richcreek is employed as the
locomotive engineer for the CBI,
Guests of Mr and Mrs. Clyde
Oliver, Sunday, were Bill and Ed
Keith Oliver. Mr. and Mrs Bub Oliver
and Sheryl. Mr. and Mrs. M H Clark.
Donald and Gaylean Clark and Rich
ard Garecki all of Corvallis
there were Mrs. Mary Garecki and
daughter Ruby of Grand Island. Nebr.
Lyman Stewart and C. L. Bradish
both from Glendale, Calif.
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Saturday, Aug. 12
Detroit High Gym
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Coffee Treats for Television Fans
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When your favorite television programs are over, good coffee
should always be on tap for family and friends to serve with some
thing ‘‘special’’ as a fitting finale to a perfect evening. Any one of
the coffee-flavored desserts featured will be just right for late evening
refreshments. Easy to prepare and impressive for any occasion are
these desserts that combine modern cooking with old-fashioned
You can serve one or many with fresh, flavorful coffee in a flash.
Just measure one teaspoon of soluble coffee (more or less rounded
according to strength desired) in a cup, and add freshly boiling water
and stir. To make six cups of good coffee, just pour one quart of boil
ing water on 6 teaspoons of soluble coffee and stir to assure a brew
of even strength.
Coffee and Cream Cake is a delicious accompaniment for coffee-
flavored ice cream, made simply and quickly by blending 1 tablespoon
of soluble coffee with one package of ice cream mix. This is a neat trick
that wins compliments every time. For an extra special evening, sur
prise your guests with Marshmallow Supreme, a simple dessert with
a sophisticated flavor of fresh coffee.
COFFEE AND CREAM CAKE
Make your favorite plain cake mix recipe and then use;
COFEEE CREAM FILLING
6 tablespoon» sugai
5 tablespoons flour
Ve teaspoon salt
? teaspoon* v>luble coffee
I cup st aide J milb
I crk yolk
I teaspoon butter
Combine first 4 ingredients in
a small pan. Stir in milk. Cook
until thickened. Place over hot
water, cook about 15 minutes.
Beat egg yolk slightly, add a
little of the hot mixture and re
turn to pan. Cook 2 minutes. Add
butter, cool thoroughly.
I tablespoon butter
2 teaspoon» soluble coffee
I tablespoon milk
• e«s yolk
I */« Cups sifted (onfc<tinners sugar
Mix butter and egg yolk. Add If necessary, add more milk so
sifted confectioners' sugar which icing will spread easily.
has been mixed with soluble cof
Put layers together with Cream
fee. Gradually add milk, beating
all the while, until a smooth, Filling and frost top of cake with
creamy consistency is reached. Icing.
'/; lb. marshmallow»
*/i cup sugar
Vj cup »herry
I y» tups undiluted csanorated milk
I envelope unflavored gelatin
? teaspoon* soluble coffee
cup cold water
’/» cup hot water
I tablespoon sliced, toasted almonds
Cut marshmallows in quarters
and let them stand overnight in
sherry. In top of a double-boiler,
dissolve gelatin in cold water.
Cook for 10 minutes, stirring con
stantly. Dissolve soluble coffee in
hot waler Add to the mil» mix-
ture. Fold in marshmallows. Pour
into one quart mold rinsed with
cold water and chill. Unmold,
garnish with whipped cream,
cherries and almonds.
Yield: 6-8 servings.
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