The Mill City enterprise. (Mill City, Or.) 1949-1998, March 29, 1951, Page 4, Image 4

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Gates High Cagers
Hear Stackhouse
ELKHORN
March 29, 1951
THE MILL CITY ENTERPRISE
IDANHA
By ELSIE MYERS
Joyce Watkins, who attends school
i in Portland was home for the spring
J vacation, visiting with her parents,
Gates — A banquet, honoring the
Gates high school basketball letter- er, Donald and friends in Idanha.
men for their outstanding record
Mrs. Charlotte Harken is here to
this season and the lettermen’s fath­ be with her daughter, Mrs. Johnny
ers was held in the recreation rooms Dallaire while she is convalescing .
of the high school Tuesday evening | from a stroke suffered two weeks ago. |
of last week.
Mrs. Braxton Fouts went to Dallas ■
Principal Don Miley, acting as last
to help care for her mother
toastmaster, opened the after-dinner who week
ill. Her stepfather is confined
festivities by expressing the thanks to the is hospital,
from dropsy.
of those present to the ladies who Mr. Fouts joined suffering
her
for
the
weekend.
sponsored and served the delicious
Mr.
and
Mrs.
George
Streff
and
turkey dinner, Mrs. V’elma Carey,
Mrs. Glen Henness, Mrs. Clarence Mike of Brownville were calling on
Rush, Mrs. Ernest Wriglesworth, Mrs. friends here Sunday afternoon.
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Schaffer were
Floyd Cline, Mrs. Burrel Cole and
Mrs. Chester Stackhouse of Salem called to Salem Sunday afternoon
because of the illness of her mother,
who assisted.
Mrs. Hefley.
the
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Marlin Cole, captain of
Harold Perton was treated in Mill
team, presented Howard Means, Gates
coach, with a gold trophy, from the City Monday for injuries sustained
50-51 lettermen, in appreciation of from being pinned against an upright
his out-standing assistance to and i in the Idanha lumber mill by a 12x12
personal interest in this year’s team. timber. Mr. E. Howard fell Monday
The coach awarded letters to the night at the same mill and was rest­
following members of the Pirate ing easy in the Salem General hos­
squad that garnered second place in pital, extent of his injuries not known
the Marion county "B” league: Jimmy as yet.
Carey, Bob Lee, Albert Zeibert, sen­
iors; Marlin Cole, Earle Henness. 1 order that happiness and success be
Wimpy Crites and Jack Oliver, jun­ 'achieved later. He stressed the ad­
iors; Athol Cline and Mervin Haun, vantages gained by attending college
in reaching these goals.
freshmen.
post-season
Those present at t|
Chester Stackhouse, director of
athletics at Willamette university, banquet were Clarence Kush, Edward
was introduced by Don Miley as the Chance, Floyd Cline, Athol Cline, Bob
speaker of the evening. Stackhouse, Lee. Earle Henness, Glen Henness,
in his remarks emphasized the neces­ Marlin Cole, Burrel Cole, Jack Oliver, i
sity that young men consider their Herbert Roiney, Ernest Wriglesworth, [
futures and set their goals now, in Edward Romey, Elmer Klutke, Harold
Wilson, A. R. McMullen, Donald
; Carey, Wilmer Crites, Harry Harman,
Jerry Larson, Gilbert Brosig, H.
Schroll, Claude Miller, Albert Ziebert,
Frank Ziebert, Don Bates, Byron
Bates, Don Miley, Mr. and Mrs.
Chester Stackhouse, Howard Means,
Mervin Haun and Dick Parker.
DID YOU KNOW—
the
MILK
Shake Shack
Is Open
10 A.M. to 11 P.M.
Every Day?
TRY OUR ( HILE!
IAHUI I II I M \
REGISTERED OPTOMETRIST
Will I m - at his Mill City office In the Jenkins Building
Thursday afternoons 1 to 8 p.m.
Also Thursulay evenings by Appointment.
HOME OFFICE: SIS W. FIRST, AIJIANY
Open Every Day
at 5 P.M.
( LOSEI) MONDAYS
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New man-made carpet fibers, the result of sixteen years of research,
are bringing better styled, lower priced rugs and carpets to American
homemakers. New carpet styles containing
specially
developed carpet rayon, and wool are being shown for the first time
during the Carpet Fashion Opening this spring.
Photo shows:
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Tile distinctive sculpture of Rondelle (foreground) and the infor­
mality of Cordalon (left) framed by the embossed beauty of Chate­
laine. These blends feature the clean new colors, long wear, and lower
prices that carpet rayon has brought to the newest floorcovering styles.
DRIVER LICENSOR ON DUTY
LN MILL CITY FIRE HALL*
A drivers license examiner will be
on duty in Mill City Thursday, April
5, 1951, at the Fire hall between the
hours of 9 a.m. and 4 p.m., accord­
ing to an announcement received from
the Secretary of State’s office.
Persons wishing licenses or permits
to drive are asked to get in touch
with the examiner well ahead of the
scheduled closing hour in order to
assure completion of their applica­
tions with a minimum of delay.
Mrs. Roberta Longnecker returned
Thursday from a two weeks trip to
California. She visited with her son,
Bob Van Eaton, her two brothers,
Allen and John Payton, all of whom
are in the navy and have been sta­
tioned at Oakland. She was also a
guest of an uncle in Stockton and
an aunt in Pacific City.
Guests at the Steve Dark home
Thursday night were Mr. and Mrs. He left Saturday for Glide where he
Gene Deetz of Salem, Friday night will be engaged in logging operations
callers at the Dark home included during the summer.
Mr. and Mrs. John Kuebler and
Mr. and Mrs. Louie Ray received
daughter, Sally Ann, of Salem and word of the birth of a daughter to
Mr. Emil Dick of Milwaukee.
their son-in-law and daughter, Mr.
Elkhorn residents have been hard ■ and Mrs. Don Schultz of Scio. Mrs.
hit by the flu the past week. Those Schultz and small daughter are in
who have been confined to their beds the Salem Memorial hospital where
are Bill Bickett and daughters, Jackie both are doing nicely.
Phyllis, Irene Sue and Alice Fay; >
Carl Longnecker and Billie and Alvin
and Allen Ray.
Phil Dooley is in a Portland hos­
pital where he is recovering from a
minor operation.
H. F. HINCH, Prop.
Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Randall of
Oakridge made a flying trip to their
guest ranch Saturday.
“JUST GOOD
Mr. and Mrs. Steve Dark, Duray j
FOOD”
i Lane and Durwood were dinner guests j
■Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. George Hig­
IDANHA, OREGON
gins of Roberts. *
Steve Myers of Oswego spent sev-
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1 eral days in Elkhorn the past week 's
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MEET Harry and Alice •
at the
I Bobby, Patrick and Peggy arrived
! home on Sunday evening from an
j eight day vacation which took them
south to Medford and from there to
By MRS. OPAL WHITE
MEHAMA, OREGON
Redding and across to Eureka and up
Fire which started about 7 o’clock the coast. The Moores report lovely
on Saturday morning destroyed the weather and a splendid vacation trip.
brooder house and about 400 ten-day- They were accompanied on the trip
old chicks belonging to Mr. and Mrs. by Mr. and Mrs. V. W. Dahlin and
Clarence Golden of Detroit.
The three children of Medford.
brooder house was equipped with a
new kerosene brooder. The loss not
Nothing can bring you peace but
only included the chickens and broodpr yourself; nothing can bring you peace
but also a supply of feed which was but triumph of principles.—Emerson.
stored in the building. The fire would
also have taken the Golden home
had not the fire department arrived
BARBEQUED BEEF,
to keep the flames under control. Mrs.
■
Golden was at home alone except
PORK and
for her small son when the fire
TURKEY
broke out.
Open
6
a.m. to 12 midnight
Parent-Teacher meeting will be held
“At the Bottom of the Hill”
Saturday—Open All Night
on Thursday evening of this week
at the Grade school building begin­
ning at 8 o’clock.
An interesting
program has been prepared which
will be a panel discussion of the
topic “Are we awake to teen-age rec­
reation needs -some things this com­
Mehama, Ore.
munity can do.” This panel will in­
clude one high school boy and one
high school girl, one man teacher and
one lady teacher as well as a father
and mother. S. T. Moore will act as
moderator. A nominating committee
has been appointed which will report
at this meeting. Mrs. Joan Davis,
county school nurse will show a movie
IN ANNOUNCING THAT ON SATURDAY, MARCH 17th
as well as give a short talk explain-
i ing the hearing tests to be given in
Two operators will be added to the present staff—both proficient in all
the future in the school here. Mem-
of beauty work including manicure and facial.
| bers of the nominating committee for
the coming election were Mrs. Mar­
garet Ratnick, Mrs. Warren Stoll,
Mrs. H. C. Payne and Mrs. Reba
Snyder.
Evening Appointments Welcomed
Actual clearing for the new ranger
BOTH ARE ACCREDITED STAFF DIAGNOSTICIAN'S AT
station has started according to
Ranger S. T. Moore, and buildings
should be completed by June 1952.
It is hoped that the ranger homes
will be complete by this fall.
Phone 6103
Mill
Mr. and Mrs. Norwood Driscol and
two young sons were weekend guests
at the E. W. Bray home. The Pris­
cols are now living in Valsetz.
Mrs. Jess Brown returned to her
home in Detroit on Thursday of last
week with her young son. who was
born in the Newberg hospital on
March 1st.
Mrs. Brown has been
with her parents the Leslie Unfleets,
near Newberg since leaving the hos­
pital.
Robert Taylor, brother of Mrs. E.
W. Bray, arrived at the Bray home on
Friday of last week for a visit.
Word was received by Florence
Bowers of Idanha on Tuesday of a
fire in Missoula. Mont., which took
the life of her mother, her step father
and two step sisters, Florence has a
brother Lloyd also a sister Rosalia
who reside with their father Norman
Bowers of Idanha
Mr. and Mrs. S. T. Moore and chil­
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dren, Michael, Susanne. Mary Lou,
DETROIT
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a Dull Moment
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lines
Specialists in Hair Trimming and Cutting
Shirley’s Beauty Shop
City
HELP YOURSELF
Buy Groceries at Home
and watch your community
grow and prosper.
We Have It!
New
RPM Motor Oil
SATISFACTION GUARANTEED
OR MONEY REFUNDED
A Friendly Place
To While Away
Your Idle Hours
RALPH
We take better care ol your car
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GATES
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watch Them Prosper.
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