The Mill City enterprise. (Mill City, Or.) 1949-1998, December 28, 1950, Page 8, Image 8

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    Timberwolf Staff
Named For 1951
The Timberwolf, Mill City high
school annual, publication staff has
been selected for the 1951 issue, Ar-
dith Jones, editor of the annual re-
’ vealed this week..
Charged with the task of publish­
ing the Timberwolf are Sue Mikkel-
sen, advertising manager; Marlene
Tickle, sales and business manager;
Patricia Cree and Elnora Albright,
layout; Thad Roberts, sports; Jo Roy,
Sue Mikkelsen and Harlin Gibson,
senior class will; Wanda Vandermeer,
Marlene Tickle, Anna Mae Nelson,
Wilma Jull and Verl Moberg, senior
class prophecy; Wanda Vandermeer,
senior class history; Vera Loucks,
Donna Cooke, Joan Johnson, Patricia
Wolverton, Patricia Brown, Dorothy
| Downer, Arlone Kuhlman. Alona Daly,
Leia Kelly, Dolores Poole, Bob Shel­
ton and Denny Marttala, features,
activities, and typists.
Miss Hope
Baney, high school instructor, is ad­
visor for the annual staff.
Santiam Valley citizens are pleased with the neat and modern appearance of the branch bank building newly
erected for the First National Bank of Portland. \ view of the new building is shown above.
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(Photo courtesy Stayton Mail and Don Lonie)
Service Station in Mill City
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step forward Many achieve­
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because of the loyalty of the
LYONS
By EVA BRESSLER
Sunday dinner guests at the home
of Mrs. Alice Huber were Mr. and
Mrs. George Keeley of Portland and
Mr. and Mrs. Donald Huber, Dennis
and Donna. Christmas day t+ie Don­
During Christmas, Mrs. Lloyd Wood ald Hubers were guests at the home
of Bend came for a visit in the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Eldon
of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Wood.
Mulkeys at Silverton.
Christmas services were conducted
Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Smeenk, Mr.
and Mrs. Ronald Swan and Lynn of Sunday morning, Dec. 24, at the Meth­
Portland and Mr. and Mrs. Bill Swan odist church, which included a united
and Ryan of Mill City spent part of service of worship consisting of music,
the Christmas holidays in the John readings, pantomimes, and tableaux
by the church school. General out­
Swan home.
The Charles Kellys spent Christ­ line of the service was prelude, open­
ing hymn, reading of the prophecy,
mas Day with the D. B. Hills.
Guests in the Edith Mason home carol, announcement of the shepherds
for Christmas were Mr. and Mrs. (pantomime), The Nativity (manger
Delos Hoeye, Robert Buschman of scene), carol, adoration of the wise
men and shepherds, carol, Scripture,
Boulder, Colo., and Isabel Mason.
Miss Daisy Hendricson during the poem, and carol. During the service
Christmas holidays visited Mr. and gifts were presented at the manger.
Mrs. Bob Spence in Salem.
Miss These gifts were given especially for
Hendricson also visited in the Cecil the children at the Childrens farm
Lake home. Spending Christmas also home at Corvallis.
A family fathering was held at
in the Spence home were Mrs. Earl
Brandeberry and Cedric Brandeberry. j the home of Mr. and Mrs. Glen Pen­
Mrs. Earl Brandeberry is Miss Hend- nington for Christmas. This is the
ricson’s cousin. Mrs. Spence is Mrs. first time all of the children have
Earl Brandeberry’s daughter.
been home together for nine years.
Mrs. John Swan and Mrs. James Present were Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth
Swan left this week for Longview, Bosewell from Aumsville, Mr. and
Wash., for the wedding of Miss Mil­ Mrs. Paul Jennings, Dick, David and
dred McDonald, daughter of L. O. Mc­ Gary; Mr. and Mrs. Gale Pennington,
Donald a former resident of Mill City. Mike and Jerry; Mr. and Mrs. Paul
Mrs. James Swan is the aunt of Mil- Pennington, Paula and Cheryl; and
Gene Pennington of Lyons and his
dred McDonald.
The George Gillenwaters of Eugene fiance, Miss Alice Fitting from Ren­
and the Orval Odermans of Aums- ton, Wash.
ville were Christmas guests of the
Guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Jim Swans.
Ivan Smith were his mother, Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Chase and son, Leia Smith of Cornelius; Mr. and Mrs.
Ray, left this week for Billings, Mont., Seth Smith and children of Hillsboro;
where they will visit Fred Chase, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Smith of Cor­
father of Mr. Chase. They plan re­ nelius, brothers of Ivan Smith. Also
turning January 2.
Mr. and Mrs. Toney Muller of Cor­
Mr. and Mrs. Roy E. Walker and nelius and Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Barker
Marlene and Beverly spent the holi­ of Norton, Kansas.
days in Turlock. Calif., with his
Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Morgan and
mother, Mrs. Alyce M. Walker. They daughter of Glenwood were guests at
also visited relatives in Roseville and the home of Mr. and Mrs. Marvin
Edwards, Mrs. Morgan is a sister of
Redding.
Patricia Wolverton returned this Mrs. Edwards.
Christmas day dinner guests at the
week from Vashon, Wash., to stay
with the Eldon Lents family while home of Mr. and Mrs. John Worden
finishing the semester in the Mill City were Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Leirman
high school. Mary Jo Wolverton tc- and son, Ronnie, of Stayton; Mrs.
companied Pat to Mill City and will Myrtle Hester of Salem; Mr. and Mrs.
Earl Allen; and Mrs. Lizzie Bassett
remain here for the weekend.
Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Brinton and of Lyons.
Mr. and Mrs. John Kunkle, JoAnn,
family visited Christmas day in Port­
Judy, Juanita and Johnie of Lyons;
land with relatives and friends.
Mr. and Mrs. Dewey Flatman are Mr. and Mrs. Francis Bodeker and
Ison; and Ben Bodeker of Mill City
sporting a new automobile.
Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Baltimore were dinner guests at the home of
had as their Christmas Eve dinner Mr. and Mrs. Keith Salchenberger.
Mrs. Minnie Smith and Mrs. Cath­
guests Mr. and Mrs. I .eon a rd Runkle
and son. David, of Portland; Mrs. Cora erine Lyons spent the weekend and
Calavan from Scio; Mr. and Mrs. first of the week in Portland at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. Summers,
Henry Baltimore of Mill City.
Mr. and Mrs. Don Walker and fam­ daughter of Mrs. Lyon.
At the Wilson Stevenn home was
ily spent the holidays in Pocatello,
her mother, Mrs. Zander; also Mr.
Idaho.
Three Links meets the second Tues­ and Mrs. Jack Scott, Mr. and Mrs.
day in January in the Odd Fellows Albert Toman and sons of Mill City.
hall. Mrs. George Veteto and Mrs.
Arnold Syverson will be hostesses.
DOVGLVS HIRTE GETS BURNS
Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Catherwood
Douglas Hirte, 10-year-old son of
had as their holiday guests Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Bill Hirte of Gates re­
Mrs. Dwight Catherwood and son, ceived burns about the face last Sun­
Dwight, Jr., of West Lynn.
day when he attempted to light a fire
in the stove of the Hirte home. The
Let us not lie weary in well doing: stove exploded in Douglas’ face, but
for in due season we shall reap, if we no fire broke out in the home causing
faint not. Galatians 6:9.
damage.
December 28. 1950
New Banking-
Street Closure-
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conveyed
Lot 6 all in Block 21 Hob­
In noting the important part First
National has play’ed in the develop­ son’s Addition to Kenneth W. Bigger
ment of this area, Schachtsick stated, and Bernice F. Bigger, his wife; that
“The introduction of large-scale farm the said Kenneth W. Bigger and Ber­
and irrigation equipment has helped nice F. Bigger, his wife, have been
tremendously in the progress of the since the time of said conveyance and
North Santiam district. Our bank, in now are the owners of said premises;
many cases, has helped farmers with that as a result of such conveyance
the purchase of this equipment. In the said Fred E. Carter and Ellen
addition, many home and farm im­ Carter have no further interest in this
provements have been made possible proceeding and are not proper parties
to the same; that R. S. Corbin and
by bank financing.”
Recently the First National Bank Clara B. Corbin, his wife, have subse­
group, consisting of 45 First National quent to the entering of said order
offices and 15 affiliated banks with become owners by deed of a portion
18 offices, was accredited with having of the premises affected by said order
total combined deposits of $612,920,- to vacate streets and are still the
167, loans of $249,215,653, and re­ owners of said premises; that, there­
fore, the said Kenneth W. Bigger and
sources of $622,443,974.
The shift to the new building per­ Bernice F. Bigger, his wife, and R.
mits increasing the number of teller’s S. Corbin and Clara B. Corbin, his
windows from three to six, gives a wife, are proper parties to this pro­
greater amount of lobby space for ceeding. . .
customers, and provides vault space
of 14x24 feet. A new night deposi­ added abiilty for serving their com­
tory has been constructed into the munity are Donald O. Driggs, assist­
new building. The building contains ant cashier; George H. Harteloo,
all new furniture ami fixtures, a mod­ chief clerk; Bernice Etzel, Mary Lou
ern, acoustical coiling, an asphalt tile Geil, Lucille D. Johnson, and D. R.
floor in an attractive green, black Smith as tellers; Marilene Ray
and gray pattern, and the latest in Frichti, and Maxine B, Kintz in the
positions of bookkeepers; Margaret
recessed lighting.
Laux, stenographer; and Helen M.
Free Parking Provided
Gisler, batch clerk.
An additional welcome feature of
the new facilities is a 20x100 foot
parking area. Heating in the mod- : Don’t Borrow—SuMeribe Today!
ern structure is provided by forced
air and hot water running through
concealed pipes.
Reinforced concrete construction is
featured throughout the new building
with the exception of the wall next
to the theatre building. This partlc-1
ular wall is built with Stayton-made
Loc-Bloc. The use of Loc-Bloc here
SEDANETTE
facilitated adjacent building construe- ;
tion where space for workmen was at
'47 Motor, New Tires, $700
a premium.
The excellently trained and efficient
W. M. HOWELL
staff continues serving the bank’s
East of Mill City Theatre
customers in the new location. En­
joying the new surrounding and the
For Sale!
'42 Buick
Building and Construction
Contractors
Loc-Bloc Construction Co.
C. F. HUNTER
Mill City
R. A. HARROLD
Stayton
MILL CITY VARIETY
Jim and Irene O’Leary
people of this area.
We are proud to be a
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port of it—proud of the fine
friendships we have enjoy­
ed and as we herald the ap­
proach of another >ear4 we
pause to soy to ycu,
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A HAPPY
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new YEAR
MUïR’S BAKERY
Mill City
Bruce s Richfield Service
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WE GIVE UNITED TRADING STAMPS
Motor Tune-ups
Brake Service
Expert Lubrication
COMPLETE TIRE AND BATTERY SERVICE
Get your Anti-freeze Now!
and Best Wishes for
the coming Year. . .
Mill City Pharmacy
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Kimmel