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About The Mill City enterprise. (Mill City, Or.) 1949-1998 | View Entire Issue (June 7, 1951)
Geston had dental work done in Stay
Mrs. Bob Steele moved her furni
to near Eugene, Monday. Her
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husband has been in Eugene for some
Mr. and Mrs. Thurston Petterson time. Mrs. Steele plans attending
and family plan leaving tomorrow summer school in Denver, Colorado.
(Wednesday) for Mountain Dale.
Mrs. Winifred Johnson of Portland
They will store their furniture for the
She took her par
time being as their plans are in ents, Mr. Thursday.
Mr. and Mrs. Bo Towry and three I to McClay for Memorial services.
children of Salem were weekend While there, Mrs. Reynolds visited
with a school mate she had not seen
guests of Mrs. Jowry’s brother. for
Buck Floyd, and family. They
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Schaffer spent
most of the time at the lakes fish-
the past weekend in Eugene and Tule
Mr. and Mrs. Braxton Fouts were Lake, California, with relatives and
Saturday and Sunday guests in Will- friends.
Mr. and Mrs. Vern Thommason and
amina in the home of Mr. and Mrs,
Cal Turnidge. Other guests were baby moved the past week to Will
Mrs. Craton Fouts and children amina.
Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Oliver now oc-
Port Angeles, Washington, and Mr.
and Mrs. Richard Cannon and family, cupy the cabin vacated by Mr. and
Sweet Home. Nadine Surgeon of Mrs. Jim Budlong, who moved to the
Portland was a Sunday evening guest CCC Camp, and Evelyn Stevenson
of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fouts. and Marjorie Igou moved into the
She plans attending school at Mon cabin vacated by Lee Harrington.
mouth after the 15th of this month. Both cabins are owned by Mr. and
Mr. and Mrs. Gudne Geston were Mrs. Carl Schaffer.
Mr. and Mrs. Lon Everly and son,
Willamina callers Saturday. Geston
consulted a physician there.
Mrs. 1 Von, arrived Friday night for a
ON THE HIGHWAY
Eastern Sugar Cured
1 lb. layer, lean
12 oz. pkg.
2 ibs 29c
MOB —Two Salt
lake City, Utah,
»late prison guards
escaped after be
ing held hostage by
Halliday, left, and
HcMlam were locked
up by convict».
They broke a win
dow and fled to
safety down a rope
FIRST JET ACE —
Copt. James Jabara,
who recently shot
down two MIGs
over Slnuiju, North
Korea, for his total
of six for the Ko
rean War. An"ace”
rating goes with
five enemy planes
downed, so Jabara
thus became his
tory's first jet ace.
AWARD PRESENTATION—Lovely Anne Jeffreys presents the Charm Institute
Gold Medallion Award for 1951 to Arthur Garspn, vice-president of the
Lovable Brassiere Company of New York City. Lovable won the award for
the style, quality and design of its brassiere fashions for the year. Miss
Jeffreys, the star of the Broadway production, "Kiss Me Kate," is a director
of Charm Institute.
visit in the Jack Gulliford home. 3—THE M11.1. CITY ENTERPRISE
June 7, 1951
They left Monday for San Diego,
California, where Everly t w'll
in Nebraska, their home
stationed. Claude Frye of Detroit ___
state, . Pittam reported laying over
accompanied them on a visit with the two and one-half hours in Wyoming
Becks, formerly of Detroit.
because of a snow storm.
Norman Anderson of the Navy,
Mr. and Mrs. Russell Hoyt left
spent the past week with his parents, Tuesday for a two-day visit in Albany
HOME and INDUSTRIAL
Mr. and Mrs. Walt Anderson.
with her sister.
Mrs. Charles Cannon and son, Ron
Mrs. Lillion Leach was a dinner
nie, and Eva Lou New left Sunday for I guest in the Edison Vickers home
Stayton and the berry field. They | Wednesday night.
Mr. and Mrs.
plan staying out the season.
i Thurston Petterson and family were
Larry Dale Smith burned his hand | dinner guests of the Vickers Saturday Call 1408
quite badly Friday morning. He had night. The Pettersons plan moving
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just awakened and when still a little soon.
sleepy, stumbled and fell against the
Arnold Snyder and Frankie Payne
hot range. His hand apparently is drove to Sweet Hom* Friday night.
The Paynes moved there during the
Scout Troop 43, Detroit-Idanha won past week. The Paynes have pur
third award for Uniform Dress in chased a home in Sweet Home,
the Scout parade Saturday in Salem.
The Canyon Aid Fund turkey din
Robert Lady, Idanha, also won an ner is in the high school Tuesday
award for selling tickets for the night, June 12, 5 to 8 p.m., adults
Scout Circus. He will receive as his $1.00 a plate, and children 50 cents.
reward, one week at Camp Pioneer
free of charge. S. T. Moore, Alford
Cokenour, and A. R. Snyder, Scout
Master, driving Frieda Hiebert's car,
took Scouts Gerald Vickers, William
Cokenour, Merle James, Lee Hopson,
Robert Lady, Bruce Gordon, Donald
H. F. HINCH. Prop.
and Leonard Snyder and Dickie
O’Brien of Idanha, Micheál Moore,
Brad Humpreys, and Frankie Barton
Weekend guests of the Orville Lady
family the past week were Mr. and
Mrs. George Cannon and family of
Willamina and Mr. and Mrs. Fred
Martin and daughter of Prineville.
Robert Lady left Monday for berry
picking in the valley.
Mr. and Mrs. John Rone and
daughter, Lynda, drove to Salem
Friday where Rone had X-rays taken.
Doctors diagnosed his illness as
ulcerous colitis. The Rones spent
the night with her sister, Mrs. B. S.
Lowry, and family in Salem. They
drove to Colton for Sunday with Mrs.
Rone’s mother, Mrs. Mary Floyd, her
two brothers, Tom and Paul, and
Where Friend* Meet
Floyd Peck of Oregon City was a
On Highway 222, Linn County Side
visitor last week of his brother-in-law,
George Barney and family Friday
evening, he and the Barney family
drove to Crane Prairie for a weekend
George "Sparky” Ditter
Mr. and Mrs. John Bowers, Bobby
and Evelyn, drove to Newberg where
Saturday they visited her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. George Wald. Bobby
and Evelyn remained for the berry
Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Pittam and
daughters, Sherry and Patty, returned
Friday night from three weeks of
MILL CITY MEAT MARKET
J. W. GOIN
Valamont, 25 oz. can
Quality Meats and Groceries
Claude I-owls' Service Station
2 tu. 69c
SINGING STAR Evelyn Knight currently
singing at the Persian Room of the
Plaza wears a cool summer casual dress
of the new Springmaid Persian print
broadcloth. Persian Room orchestra
leader Dick LaSalle at the piano.
PRACTICAL DINNER DRESS
worn by 20th Century-Fox
star Anne Baxter, is orangey-
red silk crepe and features
electrical tips for the home ]
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