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About The Mill City enterprise. (Mill City, Or.) 1949-1998 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 31, 1950)
Harry V. Bamhardt. 25, carpenter.
Gates, and Edna Mae Miller. 17, Mill
A SON—To Mr. and Mrs James
Shivley of Detroit, Tuesday. Aug 29.
at Salem Memorial hospital
$1 per month and up
Alao serving Gates and Lyons
ALICE SMITH ON HONOR ROLL
More than forty-two percent of
Oregon college of Education’s 750
summer session students did work of
honor roll caliber, R. E. Lieuallen,
college registrar, revealed today
317 students were named on honor
Alice Smith of Mill City ranked
high among those taking honors for
outstanding school work done during
the summer session at the Monmouth
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CARD OF THANKS
7—THE MILL CITY ENTERPRISE
August 31, 195>
W e wish to thank our fnends for
the many expressions of sympathy in
Morning worship 11 a.m.
By EVA BRESSLER
our recent bereavement
Junior church 11:00 a.m
Mrs. L D. Wood,
Mr. and Mts. R. P. Lyons. Mr. and
Evening service 7:30 pm.
FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH
Mr. and Mrs Donald Wood.
Mrs. Wayne Ransom and Mr. and
Wednesday prayer meeting 7:30 p.
Mrs. Ed Gisler and Joe spent Sun
Phone 1906 Rev L C. Gould, Pastor
Sunday school 9 A3 p.m.
day at the coast. They were guests
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Morning worship 11:00 A M
of Mr. and Mrs. Keith Taylor at
ST. CATHERINE CATHOLIC
Taylor’s boat camp near Walport.
ding of their niece and cousin Miss
CHURCH. MILL (TTY
Evening worship 7:30 P.M.
Mr. and Mrs. George Huffman, Donna Trask held in Salem Sunday
at 9 AM
Janice, Janet and Jeannette returned
Confessions heard before Mass
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Monday after a week’s vacation.
Sunday guests at the home of Mr.
Altar Society 2d Wednesday 8 pm.
They visited in Umatilla.
Spokane, and Mrs. Percy Hiatt and her mother LD.S. OF JESUS CHRIST CHURCH
Father C. Mai, Pastor
down the coast to Mrs. Cora Jenner were Mr. and Mrs.
Astoria, and Seaside spending a
Harry Reeves of Portland.
Sunday school each Sunday 10 am
day evening guests at the Hiatt home in high school building, Detroit.
couple of days there.
Forty-nine from the Loyalty class were their daughter and husband Mr.
Priesthood meeting 11 a.m.
from the First Baptist church in Sa and Mrs. Harry Elmer and Gail of
Zealand Fryer, Presiding
lem were guests at the George Clip Albany, Elmer who is with the state
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fell home where they spent an after
IDANHA COMMUNITY CHT’RCH
noon and evening.
Sunday school 10 a m.
was spent in playing games on the down the coast.
Morning service 11 a m.
lawn and a pot luck dinner was
Mr and Mrs Harry Strode of Glen Evening service 7:30 p.m.
served by the out door fire place, I dale. Calif., are visiting at the home
Thursday prayer meeting 7:30 pjn.
which was followed by a worship and i of Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Power, Mrs.
Jacob Wlensz, Supply Pastor
fellowship hour, with devotions led Strode is a sister of Mrs. Power.
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by the teacher of the class. Ernest
Mr and Mrs. Oscar Naue had as ' GATES COMMUNITY CHURCH
their guests her sister and husband
Relatives attending the wedding of Mr. and Mrs. H. O. Gerald and son i
at 10 a.m.
Miss Yvonne Hiatt and Warren Ward Tom of Clarkston, Wash.
Morning worship 11 a.m.
held in Roseburg Saturday afternoon
Recent guests at the Rosheim home
AT YOUR FINGERTIPS
Christian Endeavor 6:30 p.m.
at two o’clock was her grandfather were her niece and husband. Mr. and
Elmer Hiatt, Mrs. Alex Bodeker, Mrs. Mrs. D. F. Wells and nephew Mike I
Clyde Bressler, and Mr. and Mrs. French of Anchorage, Alaska
Walter Smith, Pastor
Leland Manning of Lyons, Mr. and
Mrs. Elva Kuiken, Carol and Kath
Mrs. Earl Hampton and Douglas Earl leen are visiting with relatives in FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
and Mrs. Norman Johnson of Salem. Hood River.
Morning worship 11 a m.
Mrs. St. Claire of Roseburg spent
Several members from Faith Re
Music by choir.
several days visiting at the home of bekah lodge were guests at the
Dr. David J. Ferguson, Preaching
her parents Mr. and Mrs. William Turner lodge Thursday evening, when I
People at 6:30 pm., Mrs
the president of the Rebekah Assem-1
Mrs. William Fetherston and her bly of Oregon came to pay her offi Arthur Kreiver, leader
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daughter Mrs. Ida Weldon left Mon cial visit.
Chattanooga Shoe Shine Boy
day for a week’s visit at the coast.
Miss Lucille Lewis left Tuesday for
Sunday school at 10 a.m
They will visit the William Fether Roseburg where she will be sixth
ston Jr. home and Bob Fetherston at grade teacher in one of the schools
Morning worship 11 a.m.
Youth meeting 6:45 p.m.
Mrs. Clyde Lewis, Lucille and Beu
Faith Rebekah lodge met at the
Youth night Saturday 7 pun.
lah Lewis, Mrs. Bert Lyons and Mrs. hall
Warren Knape Pastor Come in and see our wide selections
Fred Lindemann attended the wed- Blanche Wagner, noble grand and
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of 45 RPM and 78 RPM Popular», Old
Mildred Carr, vice grand, presiding
rimers. Classical, and Semi-Classical
over the meeting. The regular rou
Full Gospel Preaching
tine of business was carried out and
reports of various committees were
Morning worship 11 A.M.
Guests were present from
Mill City and at the social hour
Evangelistic service S P.M.
games furnished the entertainment.
Preaching services Wednesday and ‘ First with What You Want Most"
At the close of the evening Alma Friday 8 P.M
COMPLETE APPIJANCE SERVICE
Olmstead, Mabel Bass and Beulah
Rev. Wayne W. Watkins, Pastor
Lewis entertained with a water mel-1
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Radio, Washer, Refrigerator
and Electrical Appliance
FREE METHODIST UHtJRCH
Mr, and Mrs. W. R. Surry, Ernest
and Dora of Lebanon visited Sunday
Sunday school at 10 am
afternoon at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. Albert Ring.
Guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Jim Lande last week were Mr. and
Mrs. Merle Gleason, and sons Mike
and Danny of Susanville, Calif.
Marlene Downing returned to her >
SERVING THE CANYON AREA
home at Sutherlin after spending the
summer at the home of her aunt and
uncle Mr. and Mrs. Orville Downing.
She was accompanied by Mrs. Orville
Laundry—Nu-Method, Mill City and Stayton
Downing, and Juanita Downing, Mrs.
Laundry and Dry Cleaning-
Ken Golliet, Mehama; Mt. Jeff Cafe, Idanha
Bob Carleton and son Larry who
Dry Cleaning Santiam Self-Service Laundry, Detroit
visited at the Roy Downing home
there. On their return home they
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visited at the Elk Creek forest camp .
and had lunch with Roy Downing Jr.,
who is employed there.
Earl Allen and Kenneth Bosanko
spent the weekend at Clear Lake,
They reported the weather warm and
Mr. and Mrs. Duggan of Willamina
visited Sunday at the home of their
son and family Mr. and Mrs. Jack
TOYS AND DOIXS N
A meeting of the pre-school moth
ers was held at the old school house
in Lyons Thursday evening to make 0
MODEL AIRPLANE MOTORS
plans for the starting of the school.
Eleven mothers were present. It was
Use Our Mall Order Service
voted to charge a dollar a pupil en
rollment, and two dollars dues a fam
ily. Mrs. Alice Huber was elected
instructor for the term to be assisted
by the mothers.
School will start
Wednesday the 13th and classes will
be held Wednesdays and Fridays of
163 N. Commercial
each week at the old school house In
George Johnston son of Mr. and
Mrs. Paul Johnston of Fox Valley
and Dickie James, son of Mr. and I
Mrs. Vernon James of Jordan are at- J
tending the 4-H club fair held in Al- >
bany. They are there with their 4-H
club calves hoping to win some blue
Loc-Bloc Construction Co.
C. F. HUNTER
R. A. HARROLD
H. 0. Model Railroading Equipment
Toy & Hobby Shop
Steffy got two horses to sell—took
em’ in on a trade.
In his last 12 world series games,
Babe Ruth socked 7 home runs and
made a total of 21 hits.
Wood furnishes the raw product used in the manufacture of three-
fourths of all rayon in this country.
With rayon we make clothing, draperies, umbrellas, raincoats, and
hundreds of other useful products.
Trees are an important renewable natural resource. They are useful
in many ways in our lives. That's why it is your duty to prevent forest
fires and help Keep America Green.
. . . may never ba regained, but if you lose
HaU. Work doM promptly ...
•*<i guarintoed. Lot ns (Hr
F* • free estimate.
THE MILL CITY ENTERPRISE
( he Only
in the &autijul - \ortk. -Sanliam Canyon
Mill City Jewelry
an unsigned blank check, you needn't
worry. Safeguard your funds. Open •
checking account and carry convenient
checks instead of large amounts of cash.
MILL CITY STATE BANK
MEMBER FEDERAL DEPOSIT fN SURA NCR CORP