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About The Mill City enterprise. (Mill City, Or.) 1949-1998 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 25, 1951)
M \RION COUNTY “B” LEAGUE
HIGH SCHOOL STANDINGS
Oregon Deaf school of Salem lost a Jefferson
37-23 decision to Detroit in a Marion Gervais
[ county B league basketball game at
Detroit Friday night. Detroit moved
Mill City Tavern shuffleboard firm into a commanding 25-8 lead by half ’Chemawa
ly established itself as one of the best time. The Deaf School Jayvee team Deaf School
The CBI Engineers were soundly,
of the teams in play in the Canyon won the preliminary game, 30-20.
spanked by Sublimity to the tune of [
when it defeated the Detroit team Detroit (37)
(23) Deaf School
82 to 35, Monday, January 22 at
by a score of 240 to 163. This was Timms (2)
Sublimity. The “tired old men’’ of
one of the most decisive wins for Overholser (14)
the Engineers just could not stand |
I either team in the many battles that Layman (4)
C (9) Wallstrom
^Thought for today...
the fast pace aet by the Sublimity
have taken place between them. Mill Palmer (8)
Mill City and Aumsville basketball
Sublimity was hotter than teams are currently leading the two
City puckets had the advantage of i Bray (4)
the 4th of July and the Engineers as divisions of the South Marion grade
(playing on their home board as the
(5) S. Timms
cold as it was here last winter.
game was played at the Mill City
school league with five victories and
Tavern, January 23.
The “old men” say that there is a no defeats.
“lot of years left” but admitted the
Leading Mill City to victory were
The Mill City quintet is on top of
Freshman Athol Cline calmly dunk-
bones were creaking a little after the the Canyon division with Stayton in
Colburn and Pete Pederson, top
; ed a charity shot in the final seconds
MRS. J. H. JOHNSTON
the runner-up spot on a 4-1 win : to give Gates high undisputed pos-
excess is opposed
The win gave Sublimity undisputed record.
Mr and Mrs. Eugene Hall of Saletr
! session of top spot in the Marion and Charlie Berman.
possession of 2nd place and pushed
Completing the Mill City line-up were Wednesday business callers in
County B league in a rough, thrilling
the Engineers down to the 3rd spot Team
Pct. [contest at the Gates gym Friday were: Ray Bushnell, Cora Mengit, Fox Valley. The Halls returned to
in the league standings.
Salem, Tuesday, from a two months
High was Nightingale of Sublimity Stayton ..........
.800 The Pirates fought an uphill battle “Johnny”, Pete Catherwood, “Cy”, stay in the Klamath Falls country.
with 19 points. Top man in the point Detroit
.600 all the way until Carey dropped a Lila Bushnell, Bernice Bigger, Bar
Mr. and Mrs. Merwyn Knox and
department for the Engineers was Gates
.400 lay-in to give Gates the lead with bara and Jack Enlow, Geo. Stewart, four children have returned home
Yarnell with 10. ~
after spending the holidays with
only one and one-half minutes left
(82) Sublimity St. Boniface
.000 to play. Blackwell immediately re Included in the Detroit team were: relatives in Dakota and Oklahoma.
Schools were closed Monday on
taliated with a sneaker to tie the Gale Fagan, Esty Holbert, Ann Fagan,
account of the power lines being dis
score 32-32. This set trie stage for
C (19) Nightingale
| Cline to perform his heroic deed that Hansen, Bill Wirt, Irene and Francis rupted with Sunday night’s wind.
placed Gates in the all important lead Stout, Bud Geschen, Duke Ellington,
G (8) Boedigheimer
In 1940 there were about 2,500,000
at the climax of the halfway mark Shorty Fredrickson, Bill McCully, and
“It» the Hater
Scoring subs: Sublimity—Birkholz Two More Games
children born in the United States;
for league play.
8, Kintz 4, Pendergast 15, Christen
Mill City will travel to Detroit for in 1949, the number was 3,729,000.
Meaner Inn defeated the Rendez The Jefferson Lions, a big ruggeo
sen 14, Ilighberger 4, Lyons 1; CBI
vous club of Stayton for the fourth band ______
In Oregon, 17,522 children were born
Graham, _ led a return match January 30.
Co, Olympia, Woyh, U. S. A. • ®
in 1940; the number was 35,173 in
consecutive time by the score of 204 at half-time 23-18 and 28-27 entering
to 160. In a recent match high scores the final heat but failed to hold the
The Mill City Tavern again showed 1949.
for Mill City, Jack and Bart Enlow (ietermined Pirates in the closing the way by beating Jerry’s Tavern »«M
with 44 points, 2nd were Kim Bigger mjnutes. Both squads concentrated of Gates 232 to 188. The contest was
WE ARE PLEASED
and Sparky Ditter with 38.
on defensive play throughout the played at Mill City Tavern, Sunday,
TO SERVE YOU!
Stayton tied for high with Wilbur bruising encounter — with Jefferson January 21st. The contest was close
Gooman and Paul Gilbert, and Everett controlling the backboards, but with in the early frames but Mill City
We hope you are pleased
Ward and M. Moody, each getting 28 Gates displaying the scrap and deter - gradually built up a lead that they
with our service.
“At the Bottom of the Hill”
mination necessary to assure victory. never relinquished. High pair for
On V January
tt 11UilI j •**•/
*• Means and crew draw a bye Mill City were George Stewart and
of the season with Jerry’s tavern for this Tuesday night and will take Bill Obershaw; leaders for Gates were
of Gates, the Meander Inn nosed out a much needed rest before their junket Bud Bailey and Jerry Gerg.
Others making up the Mill City
ahead 179 to 162. Tony Zeibert and to
t= Chemawa Friday, January
Pete Pederson were high with 36 take off on the second half of the Tavern team were: Earl Dennis. Al
Haun, Irw’in Goble, Gladys Meeks,
and Jim and Bea Kesterson high for round robin.
Byron and Tally Davis, Don Watt, Al
Gates with 32 points.
(32) Jefferson Shelton, Pete Catherwood. “Cy”, Alice
(6) Cameron Hoeye, “Johnny”, David Hoeye, and
(4) Brown Inez Haun.
Doing their best for Gates were:
(1) Ricks Gib Brosig, Marie Herron, Bob Y'oung,
(8) Blackwell Bud I.aNare, Percy Mulligan, Lynn
S (7) Wattenberger Young, Orville Haywadr, Lois Brosig,
Ray Master, “Tiny”, Ed and Jenny
Officials—' Wood and Nice.
Kesterson, B. Bigson, Lue Mulligan,
Betty Hayward, and Dotty Vail.
January 25, 1951 SANTIAM VALLEY BASKETBALL
4— THE MILL CITY ENTERPRISE
Mint I A< I
Ali// City Shuffle
Board Artists Beat
Detroit and Gates
Detroit Bumps Over
CBI Oldsters’ Lose To Sublimity 82 to 35
Mill City Graders
In First Position
Gates Hi Now
Never a Dull Moment \
Mom & Pop’s
MILL CITY TAVERN
Mill City Milites
By LELA KELLY
The Honor Roll for the past sem-
¡ester has been announced, The sen-
j iors whose names appear on it are
[Wilma Jull, Sue Mikkelson, and Wan-
Ida Vandermeer. Juniors are Donna
[Cooke, Alona Daly, Ardith Jones, I.ela
; Kelly, Arlone Kuhlman, Dolores Poole,
[Thad Roberts, and Bob Shelton. Joan
(Johnson was the only sophomore.
Herbert Hampton, Frances Johnson,
Richard Lowe and Richard Verbeck
¡were the freshmen.
Mr. Caughey announced there will
not be six-week honor rolls next sem-
ester. Honor roll will be announced
1 at the end of this year.
NEW STI DENTS
We have two new students this
I week. Jackie Woods, a junior is from
w,...... .. Calif.
Dick Morris is a
| sophomore. He went to school here
the first four years of school and
[ then moved to Salem, but now is back
[in Mill City.
Mill City high also lost three stud
ents this wek. Laura Karr, a fresh-
i man moved to Salem, Beverly Romel,
a freshman is going to Portland, and
| Pat Wolverton, a sophomore, is join
ing her family in Washington.
The Girls Athletic Association pub-
dished the fourth edition of the high
i school paper, “The Gaze-At-’Er" on
Tuesday of this week. We are very
I proud of our school paper and any
i one interested in purchasing one
: should get in touch with Arlone Kuhl
man who is the circulation manager.
Miss Bancy is the advisor.
<;. A. A. ASSEMBLY
The G.A.A. is planning the assent-
I bly for the month of February. They
are planning to have two volleyball
games, each of which will be the
freshman and sophomore girls versus
the junior and senior girls. Refresh
ments will be server! between games.
It will he in the gym on February
3 for all members of the student body.
Fortitude I take to be the quiet
possession of a man's self, and an un
disturbed doing his duty whatever
evils beset, or dangers lie in the way.
Needs . .
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Pioneer Flintkote Roofing
Kellom’s Fresh Meats
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OPEN WEEK DAYS
8 A M. to 7 P.M.
SUNDAYS AND HOLIDAYS
9 A M. to 12 NOON
WE GIVE TRADING STAMPS
AND ALUMINUM AND DISHES
Mr. Average Guy
He Represents One Of
The Large Groups Of
Electric Customers Who
Own Mountain States Power
This fellow may be a shoe clerk ... a service station op-
eralor . . . grocery store owner . . . or perhaps a fanner. This
may sound odd to you. but it really is not. It s a solid fact
that Mountain Stales Power is owned by a lot of people who
are also its electric customers.
Mountain Stales is owned by more than 5.000 people, over half of whom live in the
eleven w estern states. The company is man axed on the American plan of giving its cus
tomers the best possible service at lhe lowest possible cost. It pays good wages to its
employees. It pays Federal taxes to help the nation state taxes to help the state and
local taxes to help towns, cities and schools.
Mountain States Power is constantly improving its methods and facilities so as to
continue improving its service, paying dividends to thousands of average people whooe
savings are Invested in the business.
The American Way It the Private Enterprise Way
BOYSEN PA 1 NT
KELLY LUMBER SALES
RVMEI.L KF.l.l.T, Manager
Mountain States Power Co.
A Self Sapportin« TaxPayin«. Privat« In 1er prime”