The Mill City enterprise. (Mill City, Or.) 1949-1998, October 18, 1951, Page 8, Image 8

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MILL CITY
The Art Robisons are back from
their visit with relatives in eastern
Oregon where they also hunted deer.
The Mill City Garden club meets
in the James Swan home during its
next session.
Maurie Bassett has abandoned his i
crutches and is now hobbling around
because of his sprained ankle.
Mr. and Mrs. L. C. White of Ray­
mond, Wash., were over-night guests
in the H. I). Pound home, Tuesday
night.
Miss Judith Hinz, daughter of Mr. 1
and Mrs. Bob Hinz, is back at work
again after an absence of four days.
Miss Hinz was victimized by a bad
cold.
George Hall, the man who rode a |
wild dump truck down a steep bank
of the North Santiam river on North
River road, is out of the hospital and ,
on his feet again. Hall, as yet, hasn't 1
weathered all the "effects' of that
experience, however.
Rev. Wayne W. Watkins, pastor of
the Mil) City Community church left
Monday on a 12-day trip to Long)
Beach. Calif. Reverend Watkins will
attend the Community church conven­
tion in that city.
Pastor Norris I
Thomas will take Reverend Watkins'
pulpit the Sunday of his absence. ,
Reverend Watkins will also visit rel­
atives.
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GATES
By MRS. ALBERT MILLSAP
Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Oliver are an
nouncing the engagement of their
daughter. Miss Jean Alene Oliver to
Gilbert Lee Smith, son of Mr. and
Mrs. C. M. Smith of Glen Lyn, Vir­
ginia. The wedding, which will be an
event of November 11 will be held in
the First Baptist church in Salem.
Miss Oliver is a graduate of the Gates
high school and has been employed
in Salem for several years. The
groom-to-be has just received his dis-
| charge from the US army where he
served in Alaska. Following their
marriage the couple will make their
home in Virginia.
The Gates Home Extension Unit
met last Tuesday, at the high school
recreation rooms in an all day session. ’
Mrs. Marjorie White and Mrs. June
Burke, demonstration agents were
’ present and demonstrated “step sav-
| ing kitchens”. A no-host luncheon
was served at noon. Mrs. Floyd Vol- '
. kel, < hairman of the local unit pre-
I sided at the business session. Mrs.
Worthington, of Mongold was elected
vice-chairman at this meeting. Com­
mittees for the year were appointed
by the chair. The subject of the next
: meeting, which will be held in Mon­
gold will be “Oregon Sweets”—Mrs,
Worthington of Mongold and Mrs.
| Clarence Rush of Gates to be project
■ leaders, demonstrating the use of Ore-
i gon grown products in the making of
candy, and candied fruit and nuts,
i Each member will bring a sack lunch
and coffee will be served by the Mon-
gold ladies. This session will be held
Tuesday, November 13, to start at
10:30 a.m. Those wishing to attend
can contract Mrs. Völkel, who will
arrange transportation.
Attending
the last meeting were three members
from Mongold, whose names were
unavailable, from Gates, Mrs. Völkel,
Mrs. Clarence Rush, Mrs. Glen Hen-
ness, Mrs. Elmer Klutke, Mrs. Burrel
Cole. Mrs. Glen Hearing, Mrs. Charles
Tucker and Mrs. White and Mrs.
Burke of Salem.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Wilson re­
turned Thursday from Cut Bank,
Mont., and stopped in Gates at the
home of his parents. Mr. and Mrs.
Harold Wilson to pick up their two
sons before continueing on to Rose­
burg, their home. They had been in
Montana for the past month at the
home of his grandmother.
Mrs. Gwen Schaer and family spent
the weekend at Newport where they
all dug clams.
Mr. and Mrs. Donald Carey of Stay­
ton spent the weekend in Gates.
Carey, his brother, Eugene Carey of
Portland and Bill Miles of Silverton
went doe hunting at Silver Lake and
returned with three does. James
Carey, student at Willamette Univers­
ity, Salem was a weekend guest at
his mother’s home Mrs. Velma Carey.
George Boone and grandson Orville
Boone of Lakeview were house guests
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Dan
Morrison the past week, returning to . Joaquín and Mr. and Mrs. Glen Hear-
their home Saturday. Mr. Boone is I ing. Mr. and Mrs. Saunders were
' former residents of Gates.
Mrs. Morrison’s father.
Mrs. A. T. Barnhardt and Mcg.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Saunders of
Salem were Gates visitors last Sunday Glen Hearing spent Saturday shop­
at the homes of Mr. and Mrs. Joe ping in Salem.
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