The Mill City enterprise. (Mill City, Or.) 1949-1998, October 19, 1950, Page 3, Image 3

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MILL CITY
George ‘Sparky’ Dltter
Tony Ziebert
State School Support has
REDUCED PROPERTY TAX
Oregon state school support has brought outstanding
benefits to Oregon’s schools and Oregon property
taxpayers. State support has played a vital part in
providing needed equipment and supplying necessary
teachers for Oregon’s surging school population.
It has saved MARION county property
taxpayers $5,468,378 in the past 7 years
To educate Marion county boys and girls for the past 7 years required
local property taxes of $9,886,758. In addition, state school support
from income tax sources supplied more than $5,468,378. In other words,
for every $2.00 raised by local school district property taxes, another
$1.00 has come from state sources.
School population will double in IO years
More state aid is needed to relieve rapidly increasing local
district property taxes.
Rd. Adv. Tlx cwidrss i »ill Com", Mr».
Moorh.ad, Cl»«, 1006 Ireodoo, lldg, fovllond
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MILL CITY
By MRS ALBERT MILLSAP
Linda Sigfrit celebrated her Sth
Guests this week at the home of birthday Friday the 13th at the home
Mrs. Lula Collins were her daugh- i of her mother, Mrs. F. H. Hollyman.
ter, Mrs. Claude Sillard, and daugh- I Birthday cake and ice cream were
ters, Mildred and Mrs. Dale Boyde served to Linda, Jean and Cathy
of Salem.
Boroughs. Paul Loucks and Terry
Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Shidely of and Johnnie Sigfrit.
Mr. and Mrs. Delbert Turnidge,
Moditso, Calif., were guests at the
home of her aunts, Mrs. Martha I Betty Anne and Joan of Drain spent
Bowes and Mrs. Blanch Dean for the the weekend with his parents, Mr.
past week. Upon their return trip and Mrs. Bert Turnidge.
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Cribbs and Sandra
home Sunday, they were accompanied
by Mrs. Bowes and her son Joseph of Dallas were weekend guests of Mr.
and Mrs. Paul Cree.
as far as Redmond, Ore.
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Kreiver were
M rs. Rosa Roten has received word
of the marriage of hei daughter-in- dinner guests Sunday in Salem at the
law, Mrs. June Ruten to Roy Gar- home of Mr. and Mrs. Al Feller.
Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Shunk and
rard, both of Tooele, Utah. The wed-
ding took place in Salt Lake. The Mr. and Mrs. F. H. Hollyman at­
bride was the wife of Mrs. Roten’s tended the Homecoming at Monmouth
At the alumni banquet
son who was killed in World War II. Saturday.
The couple will make their home in held in Todd hall, Mrs. Shunk was
soloist accompanied by Miss Ruth
Tooele.
She also led
Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Hudson are re­ Schultz of Eugene.
joicing over the birth of their first group singing.
Mr. and Mrs. B. B. Boroughs and
grandchild, a baby girl born to their
son and wife, Mr. and Mrs. W. E. family were in Eugene over the week­
Hudson of Salem.
The baby was end visiting relatives and to attend
born at a Salem hospital Oct. 9th. the U. of O.-Idaho football game.
Mr. and Mrs. Gireous and Jill of
Mrs. Hudson is at the home of her
son where she will remain for sev­ Silverton, and Mr. and Mrs. Graber
eral days assisting with the care of and two children of Salem were Sun­
her daughter-in-law and the new day callers at the F. H. Hollyman
home. Jack Cohoon of Sweet Home
baby.
Mrs. Albert Millsap was dinner spent the weekend there.
Mr. and Mrs. Warren Howe, Wilma
guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Wilbur Meinert last Thursday eve­ May, Bobby and Larry moved last
week to Roseburg where he is em-
ning.
Mr. and Mrs. Norman Garrison ployed.
Mr. and Mrs. Ray Plymale, Bennie
were honor guests Saturday evening
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Clar­ and Lydia of Lebanon were Sunday
ence Rush, in observance of their luncheon guests at the Carl Chance
wedring anniversary and Mrs. Gar­ home.
Mr. and Mrs. O. W. Gorton and
rison's birthday, the two dates fall-
ing in a few days of one another, their daughter and son-in-law, Mr.
Seated at the table were the honored and Mrs. John Wehrli of Salem were
j guests, Mr. and Mrs. Garrison, Mr. callers at the Ixiwell Cree home Fri­
and Mrs. Clifford Robinson of Salem day night on their way to eastern
Oregon.
and the hosts, Mr. and Mrs. Rush.
The Gates Womans club met in
I regular session at the school house, McCLAINS ENJOY VISIT WITH
The OUT-OF-TOWN RELATIVES
Thursday afternoon, Oct. 11.
Out of town dinner guests at the
business meeting was held with Mrs.
Edward Chance presiding, Plans for R. B. McClain home, Sunday, were
the coming bazaar, which is to be Mrs. McClain’s mother, Mrs. Hymes
held the evening of Friday, October and Mrs. McClain's sisters and broth­
27, in the recreation rooms of the ers, Mrs. Mott of Summit, Ore., Mrs.
high school, were discussed and com­ Rachael Cole of Pasco, Wash., Mr.
mittees appointed. Delegates to the Howard Hymes, accompanied by his
Marion county Federation of Womans wife of Portland; and Mr. Walter
nuus were
«»jc named.
u«<u«u. Mrs.
-■■is. W.
„. Rich­ Hymes of Chicago, Mr. and Mrs. John
clubs
creek was welcomed as a new mem-1 Davis of Salem, Mr. and Mrs. Ed.
ber. Only seven members were pres- I Manning and son of McMinnville,
ent. The next meeting will be in the , Gordon McClain of Portland, Shirley
usual place, Thursday afternoon, Oct, McClain of Salem and Lloyd Dahlin
26, the day before the bazaar, and of Newport, Wash.
Walter Hymes was enroute to Chi­
all members are urgently requested
cago from the American Legion con­
to attend.
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Blackburn and vention in Los Angeles. He was a
family moved the first of the week member of one of the color guard
to Stayton where Blackburn is em­ teams.
ployed. Their daughter, Isabelle who
is a student at the local high school who has seen combat duty in Korea
will remain here at the home of her has been wounded there and is at the
sister, Mrs. Clarence Ball to continue present time in Tokyo in an army
her studies.
hospital.
Mr. and Mrs, Mike Plant left the
Mr. and Mrs. Don Reves had as
first of the week for Shelton, Wash. their guests the last of the week, Mr.
Upon their retyn home they will be and Mrs. Don Steinhouser of Salem.
accompanied bjr their daughter-in-law Sunday morning Mr. and Mrs. Reves,
Mrs. Robert B. Plant and two children Mike and Linda and their guests left
who will remain with, them for an in­ for a vacation in California. They
definite stay.
Their son, Robert are making the trip by motor. ‘
Plant, a veteran of World War II and
Mr. and Mrs. Glen Sanford, former
residents here were visitors in Gates
Saturday.
Members of the junior and senior
classes of the local high school made
a trip to Salem Friday where they
visited the state buildings and insti­
tutions. They were accompanied by
Mrs. Elizabeth McMullen, a teacher.
Mr. McMullen escorted the students
around the campus and through the
buildings of Willamette university,
where he is a student.
Gerald Garrison and his mother,
Mrs. Nbrman Garrison drove to
Springfield Tuesday. As they passed
through Eugene they visited at the
home of Mrs. Garrison's sister, Mrs.
Cooper Ford.
Mr. and Mrs. William Mitchell, Mr.
and Mrs. Robert Mitchel) and son of
Portland were guests at the home of
their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Paul
Mitchell over the weekend.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Wilson and
two small sons of Roseburg were
guests at the home of his parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Wilson over
last weekend.
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LOCAL ELECTS OFFICERS
The Mehama local of the Farmers
By ELSIE MYERS
i Union held their regular business
Recent callers at the Steve Dark meting Friday evening Oct. 13th at
home were Ted Kuenze and his son the home of Mr. and Mrs. Bob Draper.
Jim of Central Howell.
Dinner Election of officers for the 1950-51
guests at the Dark home Saturday term was held with the following
evening were Mr. and Mrs. Paul chosen to fill the chairs: Ike Myers,
Pietrok and family of Lyons.
president; Luther Stout, vice presi­
Mrs. Ike Myers entertained at din­ dent, and Bob Draper, re-elected sec-
ner Sunday in honor of her husband's treas. The appointive officers will
birthday. Covers were laid for Mr. ’ be announced at the next meeting.
and Mrs. John Neal of Lyons, Mr.
Lyle Thomas, state secretary, was
and Mrs. Luther Stout. Miss Anna present and gave an interesting talk
Stout of Stayton and Mr, and Mrs. on the legislative re-apportionment
Myers. Others were Mrs. Steve measure and the basic school sup­
Myers of Oswego. Miss Beulah port fund. Mr. James Bentz of Sub­
Shope, Mr. L. Worley and Mr. Harry limity was also a visitor. The ladies
Hibbard all of Portland.
of the organization served lunch to
Merwin Knox of Fox Valley was J seventeen members and guests.
one of the fortunate hunters, secur­
ing a large four point in the Elkhorn
district Sunday.
Jackie Bickett spent Monday night
in Mill City at the home of PStsy
Newsome. Both girls attended the
meeting of the Camp Fire Girls.
John Payton, who is home from the
navy on a fifteen-day furlough has
been visiting at the home of his
brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and
Mrs. Carl Longnecker.
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