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About The Mill City enterprise. (Mill City, Or.) 1949-1998 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 24, 1950)
S— THE MILI. CITY ENTERPRISE
August 24. 1950
Shower at Tomans
Honors Miss Timm
and off the shoulder effect. Tiny
j buttons were from the neckline to her
waist. The lace edged finger tip veil
was held in place by a small crown.
Mrs. Donald Nelson, sister-in-law
I of the groom, was matron of honor.
She wore a pink figured organdy
The Presbyterian church was the I gown and carried a bouquet of orchid
scene for the wedding of Miss Marian j "mums”.
King, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Rus-
Leia Mel Kelly in a pale blue net
She carried pink
Donald Nelson was best man for
Ushers were Ernest and Leroy Po-
Mrs. King chose for her daughters
j wedding a navy blue ensemble with
Mrs. Nelson wore a two piece linen
colored suit with brown and white
Following the ceremony a recep-
| tion was held in the recreation hall.
Mrs. James Swan served the cake.
Mrs. John Swan presided at the cof
fee urn and Leia Kelly was at the
punch bowl. Assisting with the serv
ing were Mrs. Clayton Baltimore,
Paula Jane Van Buskirk and Arlone
Mrs. Donald Nelson passed thé
guest book and at the gift table were
Mrs. Cloyd Cox and Mrs. George
sell King and Sonny Mac Nelson, son Crook.
afternoon at 3 o’clock. Dr. David J.
Following a wedding trip the cou-
Ferguson officiated at the nuptials. I pie will make their home near Tilla-
Lighting the tapers were Paula I mook where the groom is employed.
of Mr. and Mrs. H. Nelson on Sunday
Jane Van Buskirk in pink satin and CALLED TO PORTLAND
Arlone Kuhlman in light blue net
R. L. Faust of Mill City was called
to Portland today to be at the bed
Kirk Wirick sang "Sweet Mystery side of his nephew, Dr. H. H. Faust,
of Life" and "Bless This House" ac Corvalis physician, who was reported
companied by Mrs. Donald Sheythe near death with a skull fracture and
who also played the wedding march. a broken leg in a Portland hospital
Given in marriage by her father following an airplane crash on the
the bride wore a gown of white bro Chehalem mountain near Newberg
caded satin styled with high neckline yesterday morning.
Mrs Albert Toman Sr. and Mrs.
Delbert Jenkins entertained at the
Toman home Friday evening for the
pleasure of Miss Phyllis Timm bride
elect of Ollie Muise.
Games under the direction of Mrs.
J. L. Davidson was the diversion of
the evening followed by a shower for
the honored guest At the close of
the evening refreshments were i
served by the hostesses. Invited were
Miss Phyllis Timm. Mrs. Bill Timm.
Miss 1 Marian King. Mias Vera Louck,
Mrs. Ray Caudle. Mbs Mildred To-
man. Mlss Marlene Tickle. Miss
Daisy Hendricson. Miss Virginia III
Timm. Miss Elnora Albright, Miss ((
Beverly Timm, Miss Pat West. Mrs
Chet Slater, Mrs Anna Kahl. Mrs.
Anna Nystrom. Mrs. Clayton Balti-
more, Mrs. Rosa Daly, Alona Faye
Daly. Mrs. Floyd Johnson, Mrs.
Lowell Cree. Mrs Una White. Mrs.
Cloyd Cox. Patricia Cree, Betty Lou
Cree. Paula Jane Van Buskirk, Mrs. 1Í
George Stafford. Carmen Stafford,
Mrs. Ingle Johnson and the hostesses
Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Kay smile over their wedding cake after having
taken their vows, Friday, July 28.
Mrs. Kay is the former Delores
Elaine Brewer, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Cleve Brewer of Portland.
Mr. Kay is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Kay of Mill City. Rev. Tom
Courtney officiated at the ceremony in the Mill City Christian church.
The couple will make their home in the Thomas addition.
Al Ivy of Summer I.ake called at
the home of Mr. and Mrs. F. H
Mrs. Frank Caraway returned home
Saturday following a week’s visit
with her daughter Frances in Port
Sunday Mrs. Murray Strawn and
three children of Gold Beach arrived
at the Caraway home for a visit,
Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Carey and
Diane of Portland were weekend
Y guests at the Carl Chance home.
Ruth Higdon is at the home of her
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father, Boots Higdon.
Mr. and Mrs. F. H. Hollyman and
Mr. and Mrs Burton Boroughs spent
Sunday evening in Salem.
Mr. and Mrs. Tommie Craig and
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family have moved into Harold
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Mr. and Mrs. Carl Chance are driv
ing a new car.
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Mr. and Mis. Wallace Bevier and
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sons spent the weekend in Klamath
Falls with relatives.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Majhors en-
tertained a group of relatives Sun
day at a picnic. In the afternoon
the group went swimming.
Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Knox and
family were in Salem Tuesday re-
ceiving dental and medical treat
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Among those enjoying picnic din-
ners at Taylor’s grove Sunday were
Mr. and Mrs. Howard Shelton and
family of Scio. Mr. and Mrs. Eldon
Hutchinson and family of Mill City,
SUNDAYS and HOLIDAYS
Mr. and Mrs Adell Hutchinson and
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9 A M. to 4 P.M.
I son Dean of Lyons, Mr. and Mrs.
8 A.M. to 7 P.M.
1 Herbert Hutchinson of Lyons. Mr
'and Mrs. Bud Henderson of Bend and
I Mr. and Mrs. G. O. Hutchinson and
daughter Marie of Lyons
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Willing Workers to Aid
Needy Family in Idanha
FRIDAY and SATURDAY
August 25th and 26th
ROY ROGERS in
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Daughter of the Jungle
SUNDAY and MONDAY'
August 27th and 28th
CLARK GABLE and
LORETTA YOUNG In
Key to the
Tl ESDAY and WEDNESDAY
August 29th and 30th
DAVID BRIAN and
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Intruder in the
HONEYMOONERS VISIT HERE
Visiting Miss Gay Peltier are Mr.
and Mrs. R. A. Lyon (nee Nita Ham
ilton) from Victoria. B.C. The couple
are going through Mill City on their
way to California on their honey
JAMES MASON and
Lauren Walker, 20, of Lyons, la
borer, and Clara McEwan. 16, of
Idanha- Mrs. R. L. Helwig, Mon Stayton. at home.
gold, was the guest speaker of the
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North Santlam Willing Workers,
Complete show can be seen any
Mill City Lodge No. 144.
Wednesday in the home of Georgia
mue up to
I.O.O.F. meets every Friday
New. Mrs. Helwig spoke on textile night. Visiting brothers welcome.
and figurine painting and showed her I
work in both type paintings. With
Mrs. Helwig was her sister Mrs.
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Smith, from Iowa.
The club voted to make gowns and
diapers for an expected baby of a
needy family in the community,
Guests at the meeting were Mrs. Hel-
wig. her sister, Mrs. Smith, Mrs.
Richards, mother of Edna Gordon,
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Florence and Evelyn Bowers and
Jerry Roberson, all of Idanha.
The hostess, Mrs. New served pie
ala mode, and punch.
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Friday and Saturday
August 25 - 26
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the Salem municipal band playing for
them. Saturday. September 9th, is
Children's day with every ride on the
midway reduced to nine cents for
children under 12.
Every evening there will be the
traditional horse show and rodeo in
front of the grand stand will be the
¡the ring at the Stadium. Nightly in
Water Follies of 1950, a magnificent
stage show and aquacade.
There's been on inflation at the
fair, either. Gate price is still fifty
I cents per person, with children un
der 12 admitted free.
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(Formerly Don’s Union Station)
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There’s no better hot
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fresh and cold
right from the re
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you're worried that the spar
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and floor coverings, and will go with
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What has long been the standard
finish for kitchen equipment because
of these very basic reasons, and for
the added fact that in a room where
sanitation means so much white is
There is plenty of opportunity to
give color to the kitchen. The mak
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counter tops in a wide variety of col
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the newest is a vinyl plastic mate
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10 different pure and marbelized
colors, and in an attractive stone
hue which is friendly to almost any
color of the rainbow.
Floor coverings of nearly every
color and pattern imaginable are
available, and there is no end to
paint colors and combinations for
kitchen walls. To this add the great
ingenuity of homemakers in making
their kitchens attractive with cur
tains, flowers, decorative vases,
gadgets and other devices.
Consider it strictly from a finan
cial point of view. If cabinets and
appliances had to be refinished with
each change of color scheme the
cost would be prohibitive for most
housewives. With white, anything
goes and even an annual kitchen
"re-doing" job is Inexpensive and
the results are satisfying
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