The Mill City enterprise. (Mill City, Or.) 1949-1998, July 05, 1951, Page 5, Image 5

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MILL CITY Miss Vandermeer
Mrs. Ruth Witt has purchased the
Robert F. Johnson property located
on Grove Street two blocks east of
the Albert Toman, Sr. residence.
Mrs. Leonard Herman is back in Mill
City after a session in Seattle under
the care of a specialist. She will re­
turn to Seattle. July 18, for further
doctor’s care.
Mrs. Barbara Enlow was pleasantly
Lyons—A beautiful garden wedding
Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Keen had as
was held at the home of Mr. and Mrs. surprised recently, when on the pre­ their guests this week Mr. and Mrs.
George Nydegger Saturday evening, text of being taken to a Stanley John Crowley and two daughters,
June 30, at 8 p.m. The Nydegger’s ' Party, she instead was made the I Denise and Kathleen, of Salt 1-ake
niece, Miss Betty Louise Nydegger, I honored guest of a pink and blue I City, L'tah. A certain fish in the
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Forrest Ny­ baby shower in the Mill City Presby-1 North Santiam river treated Mr.Crow­
degger, became the bride of Vaughn terian recreation hall.
ley rather roughly—and it was the
Hunt, son of Mr. and Mrs. Hunt of
Hostesses for the surprise party first one for him—cost him $7.00 in
Stayton. Rev Nick Neufeld from were Mrs. Edna Fritts, Mrs. Edna doctor’s bills for pencillin, tetanus
the Baptist church of Stayton per­ DuVal, Mrs. Frank Blazek, Mrs. shot, and pain-killer. In landing Mr.
formed the ceremony. The wedding Mabie Quarles, Mrs. Lida Waddel, Fish Mr. Crowley cut a nice gash in
music was played by Mrs Marvin Mrs. Hazel Irwin, and Mrs. Inez Haun. his foot!
Toland. Soloist was Mrs. Charles For the special occasion the table was
Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Warner and
Power, who sang “Thine Alone” and decorated with an imitation stork children, Sandra and Ronnie, were
“Bless this House.”
which kept control of an array of recent visitors in the home of Mrs.
Mr. Nydegger gave his daughter in miniature baby items secured to Warner’s parents who live in Alameda,
marriage. The bride was attired in streamers.
California. Mr. Warner works on the
a white slipper satin gown with finger
Guests were entertained by playing Detroit Dam.
tip veil of net, edged in lace. She canasta. Mrs. Jean Gould won first
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Jahnke recently
carried white caranations. The maid prize, Mrs. Lila Bushnell, second and attended the funeral services for Mrs.
of honor, Miss Carroll Kuiken, wore Mrs. Modena Walker, the consolation ’ Jahnke's father, Mr. Alva Dennis, 72.
a blue gown and carried pink carna­ prize. Mrs. Ruth Rue was awarded I of Spokane, Washington. Mr. Dennis
tions. Harvey Grimes was best man first prize in a "baby” game enjoyed recently spent several months visiting
for Mr. Hunt.
by the group.
friends and relatives in this area.
A reception was held immediately
Those present in honor of Mrs. I He leaves surviving two «laughters,
following the cerejnony. Cutting the Enlow and bringing gifts for her | one brother, 18 grandchildren and
cake were Mrs. George Nydegger and were Mrs. Modene Walker, Mrs. Lila 1 eight great - grandchildren.
The
Mrs. Vem Nydegger, aunts of the Bushnell, Mrs. Addrie Wells, Mrs. i Jahnkes remained in Seattle for two
bride, assisted by Mrs. Bob Free. Frank Blazek, Mrs. Ruth Rue, Mrs.. weeks and then returned home.
Serving the ice cream were Miss Nwa Marge Ditter, Mrs. Edna Fritts, Mrs.
Mr. Dick Cane flew this week to
Ann Gerath and Miss Pauline Bridges. Peggy Fail, Mrs. Grace Hudson, Mrs. Chicago where he purchased a log­
Presiding at the punch bowl were Miss Lee Kelly, Mrs. Edna McCreary, Mrs. ging truck for logging operations in
Lavetta Powelson of Mill City, the Jewel Suddith, Mrs. Veronica Klecker, Cutler City.
groom’s sister and sister-in-law of Mrs. Marge Foster, Mrs. Jewel Ben­
Mrs. Herbert Schroeder
Stayton. Attending the gifts were nett, Mrs. Mabie Quarles, Mrs. Ber­ and Mr. Mr. and
Mrs. James Swan spent
Miss Joyce Kuiken, Miss Marlene nice Bigger, and Mrs. Darrell Lee 10 days in and
Yellowstone National park.
Downing and Miss Shirley Nydegger. Kelly.
Mr. and Mrs. Bob Allen of San Fran­
Passing the guest book were the
Those sending gifts, but not pres­
bride’s youngest sisters, Beverly and ent were Mrs. Kay Colburn, Mrs. cisco, California, and Mr. and Mrs.
Mabel Nydegger.
Marvin Keen, Mrs. Dolores Stewart, Jack Allen and daughter of Chicago
are visiting at the home of Mrs. Mil­
After a trip to Yellowstone Park Mrs. Harvey Parks, Mrs. Pauline
Allen.
accompanied by her parents, Mr. and Paynter, Mrs. Marge Pederson, Mrs. dred
and Mrs. D. Ferguson left Mon­
Mrs. Forrest Nydegger who will Ruby Armstrong, and Mrs. Betty day Dr. for
a month's vacation in Los
celebrate their 23rd wedding anni­ Peterson.
Angeles
where they will visit Mr.
The hostesses served coffee and a
versary, the young people will make
dessert of strawberry shortcake and Mrs. Bob Dawes.
their home in Lyons.
Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Woods have
| topped with whipped cream.
returned from their Texas vacation.
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur LeCour were
I Visitors at the Ed. Haynes resi­ guests in McMinnville for the Fourth
lience for the Fourth of July were Mr. of July.
During the last meeting of the
and Mrs. Roy Sullivan of Mulino, Mr.
Charles Livesay and son, Charles, Jr. Mill City Garden club, Professor
of Oregon City, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Wadsworth, Oregon college instructor,
Wick and children, Arthur, Jr., Bev­ gave an informative lecture on the
erly, Beatrice and Barbara of Eugene, growing of shade plants. Carl Star­
Miss Carol McLane of Eugene, Mr. ker, famous arranger and lecturer,
and Mrs. H. W. Bardune of Sweet will give a practical demonstration in
Home, Mr. and Mrs. Walt Reints of flower arranging in Stayton at the
Stayton Junior High School gym,
HEEP OREGON GREEN Sweet Home, and Mrs. R. H. Berry and Thursday,
July 12 at 2:30 p.m.
son, Donald, of Tillamook.
Everyone is welcome. Mr. Starker's
appearance is being Jointly sponsored
by the various Canyon garden clubs.
Mrs. Frank Johnson returned this
week from her vacation from the post
office. Her son-in-law and daughter,
Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Baldwin and sons,
Roy and Douglas, are now guests in
the Frank Jackson home. The Bald­
wins live near Camp Washington.
The C. M. Clines have as their
SUTTLE LAKE LODGE
guests this week, Mr. and Mrs. Charles
Cline and family of Spokane, Wash.
For the Fourth of July the Richard
Keith family, the Victor Galbraith
family, the Reverend Turnbull family,
the Del Drew family and the Charles
L'mphress family drove to Brooks and
Dancing 9 til 2 a.m.
attended the district camp meeting of
the Assembly of God church currently
conducted there.
Shelby Umphress
MUSIC BY
remained at the camp for a time.
Incidentally Mustache Sports can
get genuine dog licenses any Tuesday
or Friday evening at the Mill City
city hall between the hours of 7 and
8 p.m.
The hundreds of adults and children
ADMISSION: Ladies 50c, Gentlemen 75c, Tax Included
that were present on Allen Field dur­
ing the Fourth of July dedication and
celebration did enjoy what they saw
and heard. The lights that turned
Vaughn Hunt Weds Airs. Jack Enlow
Honored by Friends
Nydeggers Niece
DANCE
Every Saturday Nite
RED ASHER'S RIVERSIDE
Ramblers
£
Thrills and Chills
For Everyone at the
'Swede' Ralston Airshow
2 P.M
3d Annual Aviation Day
SPONSORED BY MILL CITY AND GATES CHAMBERS OF COMMERt E
Sunday, July 15, Davis Airport
tn.
Feted Recently
Miss Wanda Vandermeer, bride-elect
of Clyde Richards, was honored re­
cently by Miss Patricia Cree and Miss
LaVetta Powelson at the Lowell Cree
home with
miscellaneous bridal
and S ITI RD \Y
FRID
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SUNDAY and MONDAY
FRED ASTAIRE and
JANE POWELL
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hower. Mrs. Lowell Cree assisted I
the girls.
1 he room was decorated with Calla !
Lillies, Orange blossoms, Tallymen |
Roses, anti blue Iris. The center- I
piece for the table was a doll bride
(twenty-one inches high) which looked I
into a cedar chest filled with gifts j
piled in front of a mirror over which !
hung wedding-bells. A train filled ;
with blossoms carried a white ribbon
marked “South Carolina"—Miss Van- [
dermeer later went to Columbia, South |
Carolina, where she was married.
For amusement there was a musi­
cal story in connection with her going
to South Carolina and her planned
marriage there. Miss Betty Lou Cree
played the music for the story which
was entitled, “Wedding Bells are
Breaking up that Old Gang of Mine."
The hostesses wrote the story. I
Receiving prizes were Miss Wilma
Jull, Mrs. Lyle Rush of Salem, and
Mrs. Bessie Vandermeer.
Present in honor of Miss Vander­
meer were her mother, Mrs. Bessie
Vandermeer, Mrs. Lyle Rush of Salem,
Mrs. Ernest Graham, Mrs. Edna Ross,
Mrs. R. R. Faust, Mrs. Nell Swift,
Mrs. Louis Verbeck, Miss Arlone
Kuhlman, Miss Susan Mikkelsen, Miss
Paula Jane Van Buskirk. Miss Dolores
Poole, Miss Wilma Jull, Miss Marlene
Tickle, Miss Anna Mae Nelson, Miss
Leia Kelly, Miss Pauline Mason, Miss
Ardith Jones, Miss Betty Lou Cree,
Mrs. Lowell Cree, and the hostesses.
A number, who could not be pres­
ent, sent gifts. The bride-elect re­
ceived many lovely and useful things.
Refreshments were served, and they
consisted of strawberry shortcake with
coffee, tea, and iced tea.
Both Miss Vandermeer and Richards
are graduates of Mill City high school.
The bride-elect was graduated with
the class of ’51. Richards is a grad­
uate of the class of '48. At the pres­
ent he is serving in the U. S. Army
in South Carolina.
darkness into day were a wonderful
sight for young and old.
High
climbers, such as Bonneville men,
“Red” Thomas and Mr. Shipley, do­
nated plenty of labor on those lights.
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Craftsmen of the A. F. or I j. and
organized labor donated much labor
also did a fine job. The Mill City
Volunteer Firemen deserves and
should get a pat on the back from
their fellow citizens for the fine way
in which they worked and sweated on
Allen Field.
Neal Marttala and
Roy Beebe turned out an excellent
piece of work on the field’s conces­
sion booth, as did many others who
from time to time worked side by side
with them on the booth. The indi­
vidual team members of the Santiam
Softball League got in there an
pitched when it came to polishing up
Allen Field for the Fourth as did the
Mill City Firemen after the Fourth.
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The Mill City police department did
itself proud in keeping order and
extending courteous help. Those who
operated the concessions already have
the many expressions of thanks of
those who were served by them­
thanks Mrs. John Davidson and
daughter.
The Third Annual Aviation Day Is
doing strange things! While in Jef­
ferson recently Byron Davis saw a
man he believed was a Mill City-ite
dismount from an auto, but amustache
confused the impression entirely.
The same confusion poppe«i into the
mind of the man leaving his auto, for
it was Roy Beebe!
Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Brown and
daughter Lynn spent Sunday, July
: Quick Dependable
GUARANTEED
SHOE REPAIRS
If you’re like me, you’ve prob­
ably been looking over last year's
warm-weather wearables and won­
dering what you can salvage for
another season's wear. As for me,
I discovered that my daughter, Bab,
has simply out-
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If it weren't for
my well-stocked
L
Tintex cupboard,
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1 don’t know what
I'd do! But, luck­
ily, Bab can now
fit into my old
togs, and I' in
making them
fresh-looking and
color-new for her. My slacks, for
instance, I cut otf to make pedal
pushers for Bab. Using the kind of
fast-acting color remover you find
at all-fabric dye counters, I took
out enough of the old navy color to
enable me to re­
dye. Then into the
dye-bath went tha
pedal pushers —
and out they came
a little later, dyed
a beautiful bright
green. And an old
faded beach robe
is now bright red
—Bab loves them
both! Naturally,
I'm re-dyeing all of my own cas­
uals that lost their color because of
the sun and numerous washings.
It's amazing how much money
we can save by tintexing old gar­
ments and home furnishings. One
of my favorite budget-savers is re­
dyeing my unmatched nylon hosiery
—I just use color remover first and
then dye them with the special
stocking dyes that come in 10
shades. Incidentally, you’ll be in­
terested in hearing about a won­
derful whitening product that works
miraculously on nylon, as well as
all other fabrics. Called Whitex,
I've used it on white curtains,
blouses, and slips which have be­
come yellowed from repeated wash­
ings—they’re just like new again!
You can get this wonder bluing at
the dye counters.
1, picnicking on the beach at Newport
with Mr. and Mrs. V. M. Preston of
Toledo and Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Preston
They
and son, Mike, of Lebanon.
picnicked together again Wednesday,
July 4, on Roaring river. Mrs. V. M.
Preston is Mrs. Browns' sister.
Ralph Nibler’s miniature airshow,
courtesy Davis Airport, for the bene­
fit of the Fourth of July dedication
of the lighted athletic field whetted
the appetite of the populace for more
of the same. The impressive forma­
tion flying executed by those flying
over the Fourth of July crowd in Mill
City rather made one air conscious.
The paper “bombing attack” was well
done, since at least one ‘paper” missile
landed in the center of the athletic
field.
Wedding
In Technicolor
TCESDAY and WEDNESDAY
TERESA WRIGHT and
AYRES in
Doors open at 7:20 P.M.
Complete show can be seen any
time up to 8:30
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STAYTON, OREGON
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One Mile South of Gates
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Gates General Store
PARTS AND SUPPLIES
Chuck s Shoe Shop
CHARLES L’MPHRESS, Pro»
Open 7 A M. to 7 P.M.
South Side Trailers
ALBANY — 2 Mile« South on 99E
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