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About The Mill City enterprise. (Mill City, Or.) 1949-1998 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 10, 1952)
4—THE MILL CITY ENTERPRISE
January 10. 19>2
Mill City Wins
Over St. Paul
For March of Dimes
MARCH OF DIMES
By JEAN ROBERTS
Mehama—With several inches of
At the Mill City high school gym on
snow on the ground here, wild life is
Friday, January 11, there will be a
By DICK WILLIAMS
much in evidence. Beavers are very
triple header ball game. Al) pro
active. Mr. and Mrs. Keith Phillips
Fridaf, January 4, Mill City trav- ceeds of these games goes to the
and Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Sletto were
“A” March of Dimes or Infantile Paraly
eled to St. Paul.
halted recently on the Little North
started the New Year right by beating sis campaign. The first game will
Fork road by an industrious beaver
St. Paul “A in a league game 35 start at 7: p.m. The frosh vs. the
who was pulling a log across the road.
to 30. St. Paul was leading the game grade school in a basketball game.
As they sat in their car and waited,
until the last minutes in the first The next game starts at 8 p.m. The
By DICK WILLIAMS
The league leadership will be at
the beaver unhurriedly finished his
stake Tuesday, January 15th on the
women faculty vs. the high school
On Tuesday, January 8, Mill City
work; rolled the log off the road with
local high school floor when Mill drops Gates on the Mill City floor 39 to" 16. At the end of the third quar- girls volleyball game. The third
his nose and disappeared over the
City will meet Sublimity high school, to 36, Dick Downer out jumped Cole
game starts at 8:45 p.m. The high
present undefeated leaders of the at the beginning of the game. Chase 25. Mill City’s five showed excellent school Varsity vs. the men faculty to
ball playing the last quarter which a basketball game. Tickets, adults
In abundance are coons. Bill Bick-
Marion County “B” league.
made the first basket from Downer
lead them to victory. Bob
ett spotted 5 coons up an apple tree
Both quintats favor the fast break tip. Mill City held a lead on the of Mill City lead the scoring with 11 40 cents and students 10 cents.
near his house. He shot 3 of them.
and this should prove to be a scoring Gates Pirates until a minute before I points.
The next league game of the Mill
Phillips has also recently shot
battle, Sublimity defeated Gates on the
City Timberwolves will be held at the
2 coons in a tree, near his home.
City won the Bee game over Mill City floor on Tuesday, Jan. 15,
Sublimity’s floor in an overtime game one point until Baltimore got down | the Mill
St. Paul Buckeroos 22 to 18,
“Cat” hunters are out nearly every
with the Sublimity Saints. The Saints
early in the season and if compara the floor to make two. This lead
Carey of Mill City five lead the are leading the Marion County B
day after cougar. Equipped with a
tive scores are any indication the fans
four-wheel drive vehicle loaded with
are in for another interesting and ex- game, Cole of Gates led the scoring scoring with 10 points.
league and Mity City is second in the
(30) St. Paul running. This game will be as good
a small dog house, in which ride
Mill City (35)
citing evening as exemplified by the with 18 points, Bob Baltimore was
hounds, they peruse forest roads ready
(10) Smit- as the Mill City-Gates game.
high for Mill City with 13.
thrilling game with Gates.
to release the dogs on a fresh track.
Fans should not forget that the
Bear tracks have also been seen in
junior varsity have played interesting Bee 41 to 19. The Mill City Bee Downer (10)
State at Corvallis and Lawrence Poole the snow on Freres hill.
from Oregon College of Education
pea rance if they wish to see them in through the game. Devine with 7 Baltimore (11)
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Grimes spent
Carey, Verbeck, Kanoff, led the scor
the holiday with their daughter and
ing for Mill Citv with 6 points.
junior varsity game and 8:15 p.m.
(36) Gates a Bend hospital.
Mill City (39)
Mill City tavern won over Meander family, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Sommer,
for the feature game of the evening.
Al and Clara Shelton, and Jerry Inn by a score of 169-126, and there who are parents of a son born last
Vinton spent the past weekend vaca by gave last year's champions the week,
(IS) Cole tioning at the Byron Davis cabin, first defeat of the season.
Mr. and Mrs. De Los Hoeye and
Mill City tavern’s banner was car family are spending the holiday at the
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Reed and Art ried by Milt Irwin, who replaced Ben home of Mrs. Edith Mason, mother of
Reed of Canby, nephews of Geo. ny Bennett as team captain. Ray Mrs. Hoeye.
Max Kelly of the U.S. Marines
Veteto spent Monday at the Veteto Walker, Byron Davis, Jack Enlow,
Lyons Santiam Valley grange held
Gene Gibson, “Tex” Blazek. Tally stationed at Camp Pendleton, Is spend
home in Mill City.
their first meeting of the new year
The pre-school clinic and well-child Davis, Jack Donnelly and Benny Ben ing his vacation in Mill City with his
with the new officers in the chairs.
family at the Jepson home.
conference will be held next Tuesday. nett brought their team to victory.
Several proposals for membership
Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Rugh of
Jan. 15, at the Mill City grade school.
were heard. George Berry was ap
Scorekeepers for the game were
14 15 16 17 18 19
Dr. W. J. Stone, county health offi Marge Ditter and Hazel Irwin. After Salem, attended the high school
pointee! chairman for social nights,
Christmas formal. The Rughs were
and he in turn will appoint his commit
Mr. and Mrs. Lester Hathaway
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tees ¡Garnett Bassett and Steve Dark have returned from a vacation trip to should be made with the following: flash pictures which will be on display formerly Mill City residents where
Mr. Rugh was instructor in the high |
were also appointed to select a drill California where they visited relatives At Mill City, call Mrs. John Muir, at a later date.
Gates parents will call Mrs. Martig,
for the grange.
George “Cahut” Stuart temporally school.
during the holiday.
Immediately following the grange
Mr. Bock of Corvallis, a student at
Richard's tavern won over Jerry’s family drove to California to spend I
meeting the home economics club the state college filled the Presby call Mrs. Haseman.
Arlo Tuers of Mill City was elected tavern by a score of 195-153. Next Christmas with relatives.
held their meeting and election of terian pulpit last Sunday morning.
Kindergarten at the home of Mrs.
officers was the main business, with He will return this Sunday bringing president of the Marion County Fire scheduled game will be .Jerry’s tavern
Leora Stevens elected chairman, Mel with him several other students who Assn, at a meeting last Wednesday, vs. Mill City tavern at Mill City Agness Allen will begin again Mon
day, January 14. Anyone with voung- |
vina Franklin, vice chairman and will assist during the program. Mr. Jan. 9, at Sublimity. The association tavern.
Detroit tavern trampled over Maple sters from 4 to 6 years old, who is
Mollie Dark, secretary-treasure. It Bock is studying for YMCA work at is made up of representatives from
all fire districts in the county.
tavern’s offering by a thumping score interested call Mrs. Allen, phone 3424
was also voted that the club would as the college.
or see Mrs. Jim O’Leary at the Mill
RALEIGH HAROLD, Florist, open of 162-108.
sume the responsibility of the kitchen,
Mr. and Mrs. Odell
1*2 miles East of Gates
City variety store. The tuition for
which was followed by the social hour Lake are proud parents of a 9-pound, Sundays and evenings, flowers tele-
the balance of January is $3, payable
and refreshments were served.
7-ounce son, they have named him graphed anywhere. Funeral sprays, school convention held at the Stayton
Gary. Young Gary is the great planters, pot plants, corsages, wed Methodist church Sunday. Rev. Jull
It’s Your Newspaper—Subscribe Now grandson of Mr. and Mrs. Harry dings, also shrubs and landscaping. gave the convention address at the
319 W. Washington, Stayton. Phone afternoon service.
The Monthly Labor Review, a mag
Lou and Percy Mulligan, Props.
The state police visited in the city
j Mr. and Mrs. Ray Caudle and this week and issued several tickets field of labor, is published by the U.S.
family just returned from a vacation to Mill City drivers with Smitty bureau of labor statistics.
trip to Oklahoma, where they visited mufflers on the cars.
relatives and attended a family re-1 The Odd Fellows and Rebekahs will
union, the first in eleven years.
hold joint installation Saturday eve
Minister and Mrs. H.E. Jull attended ning in the lodge hall.
This is a
the regular meeting of the North San public meeting and friends are in
tiam Minister’s Association held at vited to attend. District Deputy Pres.
the Stayton Baptist church Monday. Dean Jackson and District Deputy
A pot-luck dinner followed the busi Grand Master Verne Thomas will be
SANTIAM VALLEY GRANGE HALL
in charge of installation ceremonies.
Mr. and Mrs. Alva Johnson of the
Mrs. Lanny Daly and Mrs. Elmer
Mill City hotel have returned from a Shaw are visiting at tbe home of Mrs.
vacation trip to Poncas City, Okl».. Florence Myers in Portland this week,
1 to I, 7 to 10 Mondays
where they visited relatives during the Mrs. Mvers is a former resident of !
holidays. The Johnsons operate the Mill City.
Leo Lernpke is getting around on I
Mr. and Mrs. Lee Bassett were crutches this week following an acci
Portland business callers Wednesday dent last Friday at his home in Mill
of this week.
City, in which he broke an ankle bone
1208 First St., Stayton
Minister and Mrs. H. E. Jull repre when he slipped as he was getting into
sented the Mill City Christian church his car.
at the Willamette District Sunday
Mrs. Bessie Lyons Duve has been
confined to her home for the past two
weeks with illness. Mrs. Duve is em-
ployed in the local post office.
Rev. W. W. Watkins of the .Mill
City Community church announced
that Rev. Hughes of Salem is to be
Where Friends Meet
at the church Friday, Jan. 18, for
services. Rev Hughes will present
colored slides portraying the Book
On Highway 222, Linn County Side
of Pilgrim Progress from the Salva-
tion to the Holy City. Rev. Watkins
urges all to attend and bring the
George "Sparky” Ditter
The First Christian church member
ship voted Sunday to purchase the
.lenssen combination piano and elec
tric organ that had been in use on a
trial basis since Christmas Sunday.
Robert Veness and daughter Carol
left last Friday for a week’s stay in
Los Angeles. They are expected to
return Friday of this week.
Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Meinert spent
Sunday in Portland with Mr. Meinert’s
father who is ill.
Mill City students who spent their
vacation at home from college were
Lawrence Thornlev. Bill and Sue Milt
kelson from the University of Oregon
at Eugene. Bill Howe from Oregon
County B League AfiW City Dumps
Lead at Stake Here Gates Pirates
Mill City Tavern Tops
Meander Inn Team
Santiam Valley Grange
Holds First Meeting
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Open Jan. 14
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