The Mill City enterprise. (Mill City, Or.) 1949-1998, August 31, 1950, Page 5, Image 5

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    S—THE 'Ul.L CITY ENTERPRISE
IIHHI
August SI, 1950
PAGE
Timm-Muise
Exchange Vows
Friday Evening
Garden Club--
Aumual Home Coming
Picnic Held at Mehama
I®
k.
(Continued from Page 1)
bon for a decorative type dahlia.
Mehama The annual Mehama
Mrs. Rachel Olmstead — blue rib­
bons for large type marigold, dark home-coming picnic was held Sunday
FRIO XI XND SATURDAY
blue delph. group of three delph, pink at the school grounds, with a pot
September 1st and 2nd
luck
lunch
followed
by
a
business
Local Miss Returns from Pioneers Hold Annual
aster, zinnias, beauty bush: red rib­
DI RANGO KID and
meeting
and
entertainment.
Ap
­
bons for light blue delph, 'princess'
SXHLEY BURNETTE In
proximately 90 persons attended
CAP Summer Encampment Picnic, Elect Officers
aster,
’
contrast
’
rose,
zinnia,
table
At an eight o’clock ceremony ,
The home-coming reunion dates
QUICK ON THE TRIGGER
Doreen Ward returned from Chey­ Lyons — The annual pioneer picnic Friday night at the Christian church. arrangement with accessories, and back to 1931 and has been held each
coffee
table:
white
ribbon
for
angle
— Plus —
enne, Wyoming where she has been was held at the Mehama school Miss Phylis Timm, daughter of Mr.
year since, with 12 members present
attending summer encampment of grounds Sunday, August 27, with and Mrs. XVilliam Timm, became the wing begonia and between meal table Sunday who had attended every
ROY ACUFF In
the Civil Air Patrol at Francis E. about 90 present, Jack Richard presi­ bride of Oliver Muise, son of Joe arrangement.
meeting.
SMOKY MOUNTAIN MELODY
Rev. Tom Mrs Elmer Shaw—blue ribbon for
Farren Air Force Base in that city. dent was in charge of the meeting, Muise of California.
red
snapdragon,
and
white
for
ribbon
The regular business meeting was
Twenty-five girls from various parts and new officers elected for 1951 Courtney, Jr. officiated at the double
arrangement.
called to order by Jack Richard of
of Oregon and southwest Washing­ were Floyd Seigmund, president; ring ceremony. Mr. and Mrs. Fred­ buffet
TUF.SDXX and WEDNESDAY
Mrs
Gladys
Lake
—
blue
for
Stayton. president Floyd Siegmund
ribbon
Homer
Speer,
vice
president;
Lula
eric
Rugh
sang
"Oh
Promise
Me
’
’
ton were in attendance. The girls
Sept. 5th and 6th
potted
poinsettia.
was
elected
president
for
the
coming
flew back from the encampment in Beringer, secretary and Luther Stout accompanied by Miss Ardith Jones
Mrs.
Mel
Robinson
—
blue
ribbons
WALTER
ITDGEON,
year.
treasurer. Edgar XX'aters who was a who also played the wedding march.
two of the giant C46 transports.
ETHEL BXRRYMORE
for umbrella plant, cactus, table ar­ On roll call there was found to be
teacher
of
the
Mehama
school
in
1898
The
couple
exchanged
their
vows
The girls studied flying first aid,
PETER LAXVFORD In
rangement with accessories, and
use of parachutes, search and rescue, gave a very interesting talk, and six before the altar banked with glad-1 unique arrangement: red ribbons for 12 persons present between the ages
of 75 and 85. 6 people were over 85
jet flying, meteorology, navigation, who attended school at that time iolas in various shades.
cactus potted with fern, peanut cac­
marksmanship, link-trainers, mili­ was present. Leon Barrick of Salem Lighting the tapers were Miss Pat tus. and potted ivy; white ribbons for Topping all present in age was Will
Surry of Lebanon, who is 90
was in charge of the memorial serv­ West of Lyons and Miss Marlene
tary drill and courtesy.
ice and gave a short talk and his | Tickle both in pastel blue formals. , rat-tail cactus, coffee table arrange­ A man's quartet from Salem's First
Doreen reports having a good time quartet sang "Beyond the Sunset” in Miss Beverly Timm was her sister's j ment, and a miniature.
Church furnished mus­
along with her studies. She hopes honor of those who have passed on. maid of honor. She wore a
Mrs Elsie Potter—red ribbons for Presbyterian
ical
numbers.
A memorial service
SUNDAY and MONDAY
that a Civil Air Patrol Flight unit William Surry of Lebanon who cele­ brocaded gown and carried
unique arrangement and a cactus; was also held under
the direction of
Sept. 3rd and 4th
car. soon be established in Mill City. brated his 90th birthday anniversary carnations.
white ribbon for table arrangement Leon Barrick a former Mehama man
O
Doreen is the daughter of Mr. and August 20 was the oldest present. Miss Virginia Timm another sister and accessories.
BING
CROSBY and
and one of the quartet
Mrs R. A. Ward recently moved to There were 12 present in the age of the bride was bridesmaid, Her Mrs. Esther Wood—white ribbon
COLEEN GRAY
Several former Mehama school
Mill City from Woodland, Wash­ bracket of 75 to 85 and six over 85. gown was of pastel pink net. Her for potted coleus.
In
teachers spoke at the program, one
Mrs
Daisy
Geddes
—
blue
ribbons
ington.
A basket dinner was held at the the flowers were also pink carnations.
of
whom
was
Edgar
Waters
who
noon hour and the afternoon was Little Susan Jenkins, daughter of for hall table arrangement and an taught In 1898 There were six of
table arrangement.
Mr and Mrs. Howard Farmen spent in visiting and talking over Mr. and Mrs. Don Jenkins, and a [occasional
i
his pupils present
spent Sunday at Clear Lake and old times. Several numbers were sung cousin of the groom, was flower girl. ' Mrs. Mary Ann Stewart—red rib­
bon
for
hall
table
arrangement.
rHURS., FRI. and SAT.,
the
fishing
good.
They
had
report
Her dress was white.
September 7th, 8th and 9th
a nice catch of trout to prove their by the quartet, and the day was
The bride, who was given in i Mrs. Earl Loucks blue ribbon for Honeymooners in Smashup
dismissed by singing America.
story.
JOHN WAYNE In
marriage by her father, wore a white marine garden; red ribbon for mini-
1 ature arrangement.
Mr. and Mrs. Ollie Muise had the
4 : satin bridal gown fashioned with long [ Mrs. Mabel Bruder—blue ribbons
misfortune and excitement of a car
sleeves, high neckline of net with a
lace off the shoulder effect. Tiny for table arrangement (between wreck on their honeymoon trip last
buttons centered the back from neck- meals), and miniature arrangement; weekend. The young couple visited
I line to the waist. Her lace edged, red ribbon for occasional table ar­ Crater Lake, going through Bend,,
and making a loop. Slowing down
fingertip veil was held in place with rangement.
Doors open at 7:20 PAL
a crown of flowers. The bridal Mrs. C. E. Mason—red ribbons for down for traffic near Roseburg, their
Complete show can be seen any
bouquet was of American Beauty table arrangement (between meals) car was hit from behind by a fast
PER WEEK
time up to 8:90
and buffet arrangement.
driver. Nobody was hurt but consid­
roses.
COMPLETELY MODERN
It
was
noted
many
exhibitors
did
IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIUIIII
erable
damage
was
done
to
their
car.
Wiley
Muise
was best man for his
No Extra Charge for Children.
brother and Ole Knutson, cousin of not know the named variety of their
the groom, was groom’s man. Ushers | flowers, although it raises the value
in judging.
were Leo and Lawrence Poole.
100th YEAR OF SERXICE TO OREGON
Mrs. Timm, mother of the bride, The Mill City Garden club wish to
GATES, OREGON
thank
all
who
took
an
interest
in
this
chose a blue dress with white
< > accessories and a corsage of white first flower show and helped make
>
carnations.
Mrs. Delbert Jenkins it a success.
| attended her nephew’s wedding in a The Mill City Garden club members
| navy blue dress with white acces­ have been invited to a meeting of the
FOR CARRIER OR MAIL SERVICE
sories. She also wore a corsage of club at Lyons on September 13th.
Electrical Contracting and Service
♦
All those wishing to attend please
. white carnations.
FREE ESTIMATES
—
LICENSED ELECTRICLANS
SEE YOUR
Following the ceremony a recep- I call Mrs. Fred Grimes by September
tion was held in the church dlning 6th as the Lyons Garden club secre­
room. Mrs. Anna Kahl, aunt of the tary has asked how many to plan on.
bride cut the cake. Mrs. J. L.
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Davidson presided at the coffee urn.
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Elnora Albright passed the guest
book. Mrs. Gordon Kay and Mrs.
Ford E. Wilson were at the gift table,
: KEN PRATT, Mgr. Electrical Dept.
Mrs Arthur Kreiver and Betsy
9455 D Street, SALEM
Mr. and Mrs. Muise are both mem- and Betty Lou Cree spent Monday
SPECLAL SERVICE TO MILLS
bers of the 1950 graduating class of in Portland shopping.
REGON'S
Mill City high school. The groom | Mr. and Mrs. Carl Chance were in
was a star player of the basketball Mollala Saturday visiting at the
k -'
team and took a prominent part in home of Mrs. Mary Barnes. Mrs.
other athletics.
Grace Dart accompanied them as far
The bride was Mill City's candidate as Scott Mills where she spent the
EPTEMBER 4 thru 10^
for
the
Air
Show
Queen.
;<
day with her sister Mrs Anna
Following a wedding trip to Bend, Ferguson.
Crater Lake. Gold Hill and other Mr. F H. Hollyman went to Bend
points of interest, the couple will Monday and returned Tuesday.
reside in Mill City. The groom is Returning with him were Terry.
STARTS LABOR DAY
employed by the T. and H Logging Johnnie, and Linda Sigfrit who have
Co
spent the summer there with their
grandparents.
.
Mr. and Mrs. George Cree attended
Kits - Bales Aero
funeral services for Mrs. Cree's uncle
at Stayton Sunday afternoon.
1 Mrs. Cdarence Niemeyer and chil- Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Chance
Kenskill - Angeles dren returned this week from Walla attended the air show in Salem
Walla where they spent a month at Sunday.
the home of her sister, Mrs. Elbert Bill Howe and Lyle Potter of Port­
Zickner. XVTiile she was there, her land attended the Pendelton Roundup
mother. Mrs. Carrie Simmons, had a last week.
Admission
major surgical operation.
Mrs. Alice Leedy has been visiting
NEW AND USED
Bob Leis, who is employed at Mrs. George Ditto at Niagra while
Florence, spent last week end here Mr. Ditto attended the Pendelton
at the home of his parents, Mr. and Roundup.
Mrs. Joe Leis.
Mr. and Mrs. Bill Caswell have
(Fed. Tax let.)
House guest this week of Mr. and purchased a motel at Grants Pass,
Mrs. Pat Crawford was her daugh­ They plan to take possession in the
ter, Dorothy, of Boise. Idaho.
near future.
CHILDREN 12
ALBANY — 2 Mlles South on 99E
The Eagles and auxiliary held a Mrs. Earl Rousseau moved to
aad Under Fill
no-host dinner on their regular meet- Astoria Sunday. Mr Rousseau died
png night.
suddenly a few weeks ago while in
Mr. and Mrs. Ray Johnson, their the Mil! City tavern.
| granddaughter, Norma Lee Chris- Mr. and Mrs. Verda Goble and Rod­
' tianson, and their mother, Mrs. Jen- ney left Tuesday afternoon for Utah
j nie Thompson, were guests Sunday to visit relatives.
Phillip and
at the home of Mrs. Thompson’s Camela Goble will return with their
I brother, C. E. Thompson, at Red­ parents after spending the summer in
Utah with their grandparents.
mond.
The Red
Danube
Riding High
[ trailer
The Fighting
Kentuckian
space
I.
Manolis Trailer Camp
The STATESMAN
Write or Phone Collect
Carrier or W. I. Peterson, Agent
MILL CITY
Salem Equipment Co.
STATE FAIR
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TRAILER HOMES
DETROIT
5Oc
South Side Trailers
All-Steel
■
Lockers
10 BEAT WÄÄM WEATHER/
Available at
FANS! FANS!
Ken Golliet’s
JUST RECEIVED SHIPMENT OF ALL TYPES OF
FANS.
GET ONE NOW TO KEEP YOU COOL!
MEHAMA
FSE ALI. WINTER TO DISTRIBUTE HEAT.
WILL CUT DOWN YOUR HEATING BILL BY
ONE-THIRD.
Open Sundays and Holidays
9 A.M. to 6 P.M.
Stifflers Radio & Appliance Co.
"35 miles from nearest forking meter
Sale* and Service
MILL CITY
Phone 902