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About The Mill City enterprise. (Mill City, Or.) 1949-1998 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 31, 1950)
Lead With 15-1 Win
August SI, 1950
4—THE MILE CITY ENTERPRISE
SI < I IS PACE
Sportsman Club to Hold
First Fall Meeting
Mehama — The North Santiam
Sportsman's club will hold its first
fall meeting Sept. 11 at the Legion
hall in Stayton.
All members and friends are urged
to be there to arouse interest in the
club and its projects.
A club achievement, points out
Jerry Coffman, is the fact that a 2
day antlerless deer season has been
declared for this fall: also the Little
Fork was stocked with several thou
sand legal size trout in the past year.
MILE CITY SOFTBALL I-EAGUE
The Mill City Fireman threw cold
water on any hot ideas the CBI
Swingsters may have had about win
ning a Sunday afternoon softball
game by applying the old whitewash
to the tune of 14 to 2 Winning
pitcher of the day was C. Stewart of
the Fireman, who stingily gave up
only 3 hits, and 2 runs, to give the
smoke-eaters their third win against
Culprit of the night was Ward of
the Swingsters, who drove in their
only two runs while collecting all of
the safeties—three of them, while
his mates went hitless. One of these
was a very tidy homer in the final
canto with a man on.
On the other side of the score card,
however, were some equally nifty hit
ters. including M. Stewart, who got
a 3-bagger in the 3rd inning, driving
in three runs. Included in the fes
tivities were sluggers Campbell and
Armstrong, who hit homers for the
winners. Armstrong, hefty catcher
for the smoke-eaters, teed off for his Top Cowboy* will be competing for points on this valuable Haniley
In the fourth, while Campbell waited saddle in the annual Oregon State Fair rodeo in Salem September 4-10.
saddle, shown with Pendleton Round-Up Queen Katherine Lazinka
around until the seventh inning, The
and Cowhand Jerry Ambler, is offered jointly by the Pacific Interna
when there was a team-mate, Bing tional Livestock Exposition and the Christenson Brothers Rodeo. It
ham, on the sack to smash the small will be on display at Salem and final award will be made at the Pacific
sphere into the wild blue yonder, end International October 6-14.
ing a very nice ball game—for the,-----
Play 6-6 Tie
The CBI Engineers strengthened
their lead in the Mill City softball
league race as they walloped the
Graveyarders. 15-1, Tuesday night.
The Engineers pounded out 14 hits
and took advantage of 14 Graveyard
errors to beat "Wimpy” Carver who
until recently was pitching for a
Salem team. The Engineers failed to
score in only one Inning, the fifth as
they chalked up their third win with
out a defeat in the city league.
Gail Lowery snapped out of his
hitting slump by getting a perfect
four for four at the plate. Pete Sim-
beni had a double and a pair of
singles. Curt Jensen and Jim Low
ery each had two for four.
Chet Ferguson, who in his last start
fired a no-hitter against the Swing
sters. again was stingy with
base-hits as the Graveyarders
but four hits off him.
Graveyard .... 000 100 0— 1
.... 411 504 X—15 14
Carver and Steiner, Thompson (5):
Ferguson and Simbeni.
Plainsview, Texas. Mr. Billington is
a cousin of Mrs. Bickett. Patricia
Newsome of Mill City also spent sev
eral days this week visiting Jackie
and Phyllis Bickett.
Mr. and Mrs. Louie Ray were
callers Sunday at the home of their
daughter and son-in-law
Mrs. Don Schultz of Scio.
It Pays to Advertise in the Enterprise
207 120 2—14 16 0
Swingsters ........ 000 000 2— 2 3 2
Albert Randall, who has been stay
Batteries: C. Stewart and Arm-
ing at the home of his uncle and aunt
strong; Frenchy and Siler.
Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Randall since
The Firemen are eagerly awaiting A costly dropped pop-fly in the last June, left Salem by airplane
their coming tilt with the league
of the sixth Inning gave
Monday for his home in Oakland,
leading Engineers on September 5 Kellys lumber mill softball team a California where he will resume his
So come down and see this crucial ....
fhe Mill City
Citv ball field,
ni*ht The game was called at
I the end of eight innings because of Mr. and Mrs. Russell Smith of
Salem, who have been vacationing on
CARD OF THANKS
the banks of the little North Fork,
To friends and neighbors for kind
were dinner guests Tuesday evening
nesses during long illness and death
at the home of Mr. and Mrs Ike
of Richard Saucier.
Also for the pounded Engineer hurler Ed Yarnell Myers.
Mr. and Mrs. Steve Myers of « a
MRS HELEN SAUCIER After this, however, Kellys could Oswego
spent the week end at their
only get three scattered hits off the
home in Elkhorn. They made some
The Engineers meanwhile got four necessary, repairs and also visited a
unearned tallies in the second frame. relatives.
With two outs Shortstop Myers bob Mr. and Mrs. Bill Bickett made a
bled Lent's infield roller and Bayless business trip to Salem Wednesday. «
and Yarnell, who had walked, scored. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Franklin cf n
Then followed successive walks to Raymond, Washington were callers
Gail Lowery and Pete Simbeni and at the home of Mr. and
ja two-run double by Chet Ferguson. Dark Sunday.
1 The Engineers got their last two Surveyors were busy surveying
runs in the fourth on Gail Lowery's several days last week for a fish
double, Simbeni's walk, and a single ladder around Salmon falls which it
I by Ferguson.
is reported will be constructed this
The Kellys got their tying run fall.
| when, with Parker on second, the Mr. and Mrs. Carl Longnecker and
| usually glue-fingered Gail Lowery [ Billie were dinner guests Friday o
dropped Walker's pop-up, Parker - evening at the Ike Myers home in
scoring The Kellys had a chance to honor of Mrs Longnecker's birthday. o
win it in the last of the eighth when Mr. George Pettingil of Portland, H
Yarnell struck out Burt Boroughs i accompanied by two electrician B B
with the bases full and two outs.
friends, spent the weekend at his «
pitched the whole j summer home They were dinner i o
game for Kellys allowing but two guests Sunday at the Elkhorn Guest
EVERY FRIDAY AND SATURDAY NIGHT
Ranch. Another guest at the Ranch I
The tie will be played off on the Sunday was Mr. Charles Shaw who
(X1ME EARLY TO INSURE A Tilti l
| 18th of September. Ferguson with twenty years ago had worked for Mr.
two for two paced the Engineers Stewart at the Amalgamated mines.
while Bob Baltimore got two for two He saw many changes In the country
| for the Kellys.
since that time.
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Mr. and Mrs. Bill Bickett and
040 200 00 6 6 3 family spent the day Sunday at the
500 001 00 6 8
home of Mrs. Bickett's parents, Mr
Yarnell and Sembeni: Poole and and Mrs Billington of Scio.
Mr. and Mrs Ike Myers attended
j the home coming picnic at the
Recent guests of Mr. and Mrs. John Mehama school house Sunday.
were Mr and Mrs. O. J. Arriving at the Bill Bickett home
O|»enitlng on Daylight Saving Time
Downing and their daughter. Mrs. Tuesday were Mr. and Mrs. G. D.
Billington and daughter Benowain of
i John Garner of Salem.
Ed rie Wells
Daftoi* Tocfû 1'
GAMES THIS WEEK
Sunday: Swingsters vs. Graveyard
Tuesday: Firemen vs. Engineers
Wednesday: Kellys vs. Teamsters
Thursday: Engineers vs. Graveyard
All games are to be played on the
Mill City high school field, and are
scheduled for 6 p.m. with the excep
tion of the Sunday afternoon game
which is to be played at three o'clock
Everyone is invited to come down
and see their favorite team play
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