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About The Mill City enterprise. (Mill City, Or.) 1949-1998 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 26, 1950)
October 2«. 1950
4—THE MILL CITY ENTERPRISE
Venison Delivered To
TIP MILL CITY ENTHUSIASTS
By MRS ALBERT MILLSAP
Mrs. William Pennick was hostess
at her home Tuesday afternoon of
last week when she complimented her
Two deer killed on the highway
mother-in-law at a surprise luncheon,
east of Detroit and part of another
on the occasion of her birthday anni
deer were delivered dressed to the
Places were laid at the
grade school cafeteria by Officer Bob
table for the honored guest, Mrs. Pen
Steele during the last few weeks.
nick, Mrs. Harold Wilson, Mrs. Hollis
Also six pheasants were delivered on
Turnidge. Mrs. Burrell Cole, Mrs.
Monday by Officer Steele. John Can
Minnie Everton, Mrs. Louis Kells.
non, principal of the grade school
Mrs. Dan Morrison, Mrs. Floyd Völkel,
estimates about 100 pounds of meat
Mrs. Chris Knutson and the hostess,
Mrs. Pennick and Patsy and Billy.
The grade school is planning an
A family dinner Sunday, at the
open house on Monday, November 6th
home of Mrs. Gwen Schaer compli
featuring room displays of pupils
mented her mother Mrs. Clarence
work by each teacher. There will be
an assembly in the afternoon with a Southern Bar-B-Q Under I Johnson on her birthday anniversary.
Seated at the table were Mrs. John
skit by the primary children stressing
son, Mr. Johnson, Royal Johnson, Mr.
the children's bill.
Theme of the New Management
and Mrs. Robert Levon and the host
program will be government of the
The Southern Bar B Q has changed ess, Mrs. Schaer and her four young
people, by the people and for the
hands but has not changed service, sters.
according to Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Two real estate exchanges were
Nelson, new proprietors, who hail completed here the past week by Pen
nick and Pennick. The duplex owned
from Delhart, Texas.
Mr. Nelson, a barbeque specialist, by Mr. and Mrs. Dan Morrison was
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who has operated restaurants in three sold to Mr. and Mrs. A. T. Barn-
to "their” hospital. Men and women’s different states, plans to continue hardt, who will occupy one apartment
auxiliaries will constantly assist in the barbeque work and custom serv while Mr. and Mrs. Morrison will take
making the hospital a vital factor ice, and also include Chinese foods over the trailer formerly used by
Mr. and Mrs. Barnhardt.
in covering a broad field of service on the menu.
to all who reside in the region it will
Mr. and Mrs. Nelson were on duty Dan Morrison and Harold Bodine
at the Bank Cafe in Mill City for of Yamhill have purchased the mill
a couple months before taking over and timber formerly owned by Ernest
The two world wars increased the I the Southern Bar B Q. They worked Wriggles worth. The mill is located
east of Gates on the Linn county
appetite for foreign news in the I the night shift.
Andy Spriggs, former owner, plans side of the river and has been oper
to stay at Mehama for a short time ated by Wriggles worth for several
and then give barbeque instruction years.
to new establishments in Bend, Red Among the members of the Gates
Womans club attending the Marion
mond and Salem.
County Federation of Womens clubs
John L. Hooper of New York, the which met in Mill City Friday, Oct.
first advertising agent, began busi 20, were the delegates, Mrs. Edward
Chance, Mrs. Elmer Stewart, Mrs.
ness in 1841.
Clarence Johnson, Mrs. Albert Mill
sap, Mrs. Glen Hearing and Mrs. Ed
mund Davis, Mrs. K. McCarty, Mrs.
Gerald Heath, Mrs. Harold Wilson,
Mrs. Lula Collins, and Mrs. W. R.
Hutcheson. Mrs. Larry Shelton and
Mrs. Frank Saunders, members who
Where would Oregon and the
have moved to Salem were also pres
less populous Western states
ent. Mrs. Edmund Davis is a past
be today had not the U.S. Con
president of the federation.
stitution wisely provided a na
Mrs. Cecil Haun was hostess Friday
tional BALANCED PLAN,
evening at her home complimenting
giving each state two senators
her son Mervin on the occasion of
and apportioning the House
his fifteenth birthday anniversary.
by population? The Oregon
Mervin and his pals Earl Henness,
Balanced Plan follows the same
Herbert Romey, Jerry Larson and
time tested American principle.
Clifford Ambers spent the evening
with cards and music and enjoyed the
“stag” supper served by Mrs. Haun
OUT OF POLITICS
at the close of the evening.
Don't be misled by special interests
Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Everton and
who hope to control the legislature
their grandson of Wallula, Wash.,
for their own selfish ends. The
arrived at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Balanced Plan is endorsed by . . .
Oregon Journal, Oregon Voter. Oregon
Burrel Cole last Wednesday. Thurs
Farm Bureau Federation, Young Repub
lican«. League of Oregon Counties, Pomona
day morning they, accompanied by
Grange*. Oregon wheat Grower« and
Mrs. Minnie Everton, his mother, left
forward looking member« of both major
for California for a vacation.
Miss Jean Oliver of Salem was an
over the weekend guest at the home
Bi Partisan Committee for Balanced Ap
of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Clyde
portiorunent—Marshall Swearingen, Chair
man. 444 Marion Street. Salem, Oregon
Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Rush and daugh
ter of Salem visited at the home of
his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence
Rush over Saturday and Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Eccleston and
Mr. and Mrs. Bill Shepherd of Stay
ton have returned from a successful
hunting trip in eastern Oregon.
Recent guests at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. Robert Levon were Mr. and
Mrs. Wayne Bower of San Francisco.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hughs of
Portland were over Sunday guests at
the home of Mrs. Hugh's uncle and
family, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence John
Mr. and Mrs. William Pennick. Billy
Patsy and his mother, Mrs. N. L.
beginning Oct. 9th
I Pennick spent the last weekend in
Cottage Grove visiting old friends
| and hunting. They were unsuccessful
in the hunt and came home minus
their deer. They were also Vancou
ver, Wash., visitors over the preceed-
I ing weekend.
Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Klutke, Ed
Teitxe. Fred Gnuseche and a friend
formed a hunting party leaving Sun
day for eastern Oregon. They ex
pect to be gone until they get an
elk. Mrs. L. Kirkland of Mehama,
Conte Early Frhlay and Saturday to Insure a Table
Mrs. Klutke’s grandmother is caring
for the two boys during Mr. and Mrs.
Guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Detroit shuffleboard players, Tues
day night, in Mill City defeated Mill
City’s shuffleboard enthusiasts with a
score of 191 to 167.
The Detroit guests journeyed to
Mill City to initiate the opening game
of tournament shuffleboard. Detroit
will host Mill City’s representatives
in the second tournament bout of
Byron Davis promises that accur
ate accounts of these games will be
kept hereafter, together with the
games of the scorers.
I BRING OUR STATE j
VOTE 314 X YES
Rev. William Turnbull
Establishes New Church
by Ralph st«in
Mill City boasts a new church, As
sembly of God, due largely to the
efforts of Rev. William Turnbull, re
cently from the southern California
district of the Assembly of God
church, and some five local families
who are devotees of this church.
The Oregon district of the church
called Rev. William Turnbull to Mill
City in order that he could officially
establish an Assembly of God church
in Mill City.
Reverend Turnbull is married and
has a five-month old daughter, Carol
Joyce. The reverend is a graduate
of his church’s Pasadena Bible college
and is a navy air force, World War
The new Assembly of God church
is located on West Broadway near
Fourth street in Mill City. Sunday
school starts at 10 a.m., morning wor
ship at 11 a.m. and evening services
at 7:30 p.m. thia Sunday.
Reverend Turnbull cordially invites
the public to the Sunday services.
He and his family live at the Rainbow
trailer court near Gates at the pres
A SON—To Mr. and Mrs. Darrell
Cole, Mill City, October 23, at Salem
A SON—To Mr. and Mrs. C. H.
Marlow, Mill City, October 26th at
Salem General hospital.
CARD OF THANKS
We wish to express our apprecia
tion of the understanding sympathy
and kind actions of our many friends
during our recent bereavement.
MR. and MRS. SOL TUCKER
Edmund Davis for Sunday dinner
were Al Geddes, Miss Daisy Geddes,
and their mother, Mrs. J. R. Geddes, I
all of Mill City.
Mrs. Velma Carey and son James
motored to Corvallis last Thursday
night to attend the wedding of Miss
Sally Ervin and Carl Lovelady. Miss
Ervin was a resident of Gates and
attended school here when her father
Jack Ervin was principal of the local ;
Mrs. Minnie Spoelstra of Salem vis
ited at the home of her nephew and
family, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Wilson
several days last week.
Mrs. Don Miley attended the Toast- |
mistresses club meeting in Salem last
Mr. and Mrs. Oswald Hirte returned
from a ten day hunting trip to east
ern Oregon last Tuesday, without
their buck. Mrs. Laura Joaquin and
Mrs. Glen Hearing cared for the five ,
Hirte children during the absence of
Mrs. Tex Allen left Sunday for a
visit in Portland of several days dura
tion. She was accompanied to Port
land by Mrs. Harold Heath of Mill
City who will visit friends there.
Trovieri Safety Service
Les s Tavern
$1 per month and up
Also serving Gates and Lyona
100th YEAR OF SERVICE TO OREGON
FOR CARRIER OR MAIL SERVICE
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Because this measure would conflict with
federal laws, it would mean total prohibition.
The effect, therefore, would be complete pro
hibition of all advertised brands of alcoholic
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