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About The Mill City enterprise. (Mill City, Or.) 1949-1998 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 24, 1952)
|SHUFFLEBOARD LEAGUE GAMES
.« IIEDI LED
January 29 — 8 p.m.
i Davies tavern, Stayton at M.C. tavern
Maples tavern at Sublimity tavern
The Mill City “Derby” Shufflers Richards tavern at Meander Inn, M.C.
still remain undefeated by virtue of a Cedars tavern at Jerry’s tavern. Gates
victory over the Cedar Tavern team of Lea's tavern at Detroit tavern
Detroit by a score of 149-98. Begin
February 1—8 p.m.
ning the game wearing Derbies, the Davies tavern at Richard's tav., Gates
Mill City team began to gain in the Sublimity tavern at Detroit tavern
second round and were never topped. Meander Inn at Cedars tavern. Detroit
Because of the importance of the Mill City tavern at Les’s tavern, M.C.
game, the Mill City shufflers wore Maples tavern at Jerry’s tavern. Gates
"Lefty” Roy Shase tossed in 16
their derby hats for the first time.
counters to pace the Mill City Timber
February 5— 8 p.m.
The hex worked, especially on Carl
wolves to a roaring 70-32 triumph
Jerry’s tavern at Davies tav., Stayton
over the Cougars of Detroit to re
Lyman. A rousing yell was given the Cedars tavern at Sublimity tavern
GENERAL EXTENSION DIVISION ATOMIC ENERGY EXHIBIT
tain a tie with Sublimity for the
Detroit tavern at Meander Inn, M. C.
at the end of the game.
Two students, visiting the traveling Atomic Energy Exhibit, are impressed
league lead. Mill City has eight win,
Maples tavern at Mill City tavern
as they hear about the future possibilities of atomic power for warfare
The Mill City Derbies have scored
one lost record.
Richard’s tavern at Les’s tavern, M.C.
and peacetime uses. The atomic display is on national tour under direction
857 points in league games to 549 for
The Green and Gold crew led half
of the National University Extension Association, and is being brought
opponents. The Mill City shuffle
time score 30 to 11. The wolves also
to Oregon by the General Extension Division of the state system of higher
board team. Milt Irwin (Captain), ceding the Court of Honor, at which
led the first quarter count 18 to 6
education. Over thirty major exhibits, direct from the laboratories of the
Hazel Irwin, Ray Walker. George the sponsoring organization,, the
and the third quarter count 47 to 18.
I . S. Atomic Energy Commission in Oak Ridge, Tennessee, will be shown.
Stewart, Byron Davis, Tally Davis, American Legion was well repre
Richard Verbeck a substitute role
The exhibit will be shown in Medford. January 24-26, Eugene. January
Mr. and Mrs. Chester Storey and
29-31; Corvallis, February 4-6; and Portland. February 9-12. The exhibit
Blazek, Toots Blazek, Inez Haun, Jack
“Lefty” Chase in the scoring depart
is a public service open to everyone without charge.
Enlow, Gene Gibson, Jack Donnelly, daughters were valley visitors last
ment for Mill City. Jim White sank
weekend. Mrs. Storey said there was
Al Haun, and Benny Bennett.
10 for Detroit.
The Cedars are represented by: six inches of snow down there. Quite |
Then afterwards finish the project
There was no Jayvee game because
Wirt, Byron Bryant, Bud Gescher, a lot for Willamina.
you were working with at the last
of a surge of influenza.
Gail Parker, daughter of Mr. and |
Earl Ijiyman, Charlie Berman, Aud
meeting and later refreshments are
Mill City (70)
rey Layman, Lillian Gescher, Car<
I Ball, Greda Wirt, Nadine and Nicl. ill for the past two weeks.
O Theto Rho meeting was held
Over a dozen children were out of
Thursday r.ight. New officers were
Weinfurter, Bill Cole, Ann Stephens,
Bill McCully, Frank Swartz, and Bill high school on account of sickness
Mary Ann Hoffman has been absent installed at the last meeting.
this past week.
Stayton played at Mill City in
from school this week with a bad
Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Davis were in cold.
basketball and volleyball Friday after
noon. The band played while the yell
scored a game with Sub’.imity tavern Portland for five days doing their
by a 173 *o 104 score Tuesday eve spring buying. The Davises have
The Gay Blue Birds group met1 leaders yelled chants.
ning this week.
Tuesday night at Earlene Nelson’s
here in Idanha.
On Friday, January 18, Mill City
Coming games include an important traveled to the Oregon Deaf School
Mr. B. B. Bland of Antlers. Okla
The third grade had their vaccina
The Mill City Enterprise
game with Gervais, now tied for in Salem. Mill City triumphed over
homa, is visiting his son-in-lgw and
tion shots Tuesday afternoon.
second place, on the home floor Fri- O.S.D. 55 to 29.Mill City fast break
Quality job printing at
i daughter, Mr. and Mrs. James Bud-
day, January 25, and another with
long of Idanha. Mr. Bland resided
didn't work the first half due the
Jefferson, also tied for second with
in Idanha in 1949. He and his wife
fact the players were ont used to the
By MRS. RUTH JOHNSON
Gates and Gervais, on Tuesday, Jan.
has been absent for
1 floor. The second half Mill City went
A birthday party was held last
29. These are big games in that Mill
four weeks. We will be glad when
burned down in June 1949.
wild and scored 36 points.
City must win these two teams to
“Tuffy” Woodward is a very sick she gets back. There is a new girl
Denny Marttala and Roy Chase Mr. and Mrs. Eric Nyberg honoring
stay in contention for the title. The
little boy. Hurry and get well boy, in our room, her name is Linda
Timberwolves travel to Chemawa, better known as “Lefty” was living up the birthdays of five persons who have I miss you sledding down the hill.
Baker, and she is from Riverside,
to that reputation of being good for birthdays this month. Oskie Nyberg
February 1, to play the Redskins.
Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Thomasson are Calif.— Marc Boothby.
wards by leading the scoring for Mill whose birthday was Jan. 19th heads
City with 14 points each. Next in scor the list. The other four are Anna the proud parents of a baby girl.
Mrs. Harry Wood is again back at
RUBY and JOHNNY
ing for Mill City was a reserve who Stevens, Carl Campbell, Harry Vhris- This is the couples second child, the
Leon McCall was absent all week
her dry goods store after being absent
first a boy. The Thomassons’, former
a few days with illness.
player, Bill Hamilin with 7 points in
There were thirty-two guests pres Idanha residents, now reside at Willa
— Michael Peterson
the small time he was in the game. ent. A dessert luncheon was held at mina, Ore. Mrs. Thomasson is the
Boy Scout News—Mr. Kelly is
former Shirley Willis, daughter of Mr.
The fast break was working for the midnight.
back today after missing last week’s
second five as well as the first five.
There also was a guest talent show. and Mrs. Glen Willis of Idanha.
meeting. There was 29 at the meet-.
Another of our boys has been called
Mill City lead the halftime score 19 to Songs, poetry and dialogues. Happy
ing this week.
18 but was trailing at the first quarter birthday was sung at the stroke of to “The Colors”. He is Dorland Ray,
There is to be a paper drive by the
court 10 to 11. Mill City lead the third midnight.
Scouts going on and if you would
quarter court 39 to 22.
Guests of honor were Mr. and Mrs.
save your papers it means a lot to
in his honor at Marion Forks lodge
the boys, because it will help pay
Mill City is tied for first place with
last Saturday night. One by one they
their expenses to camp next summer.
Sublimity. Mill City has 7 wins a- Skipper of Salem,
Dick Woodward received the re
There was a hike taken by some
gainst* one loss.
of the boys Saturday, otherwise there
Mill City Bee win over O.S.D. 39 to quired number of merit badges to
were no other activities during tile
27. Jack Melting who is five feet qualify him, the Eagle rating at the to our boys:
Scout Court of Honor, Monday night,
wee that I know of.—Your Boy Scout,
six inches shows that a shorty, can
As every one of our boys go so reporter, Tony Boothby.
at the rchool music room with Clark
make baskets too be leading the scor
bravely to fight the foe, let all of us
ing with 14 points for Mill City. Phil
presiding. Many other merit badges here at home thank God that we
Carey of Mill City followed close be
The grade school basketball team I
and advancements were awarded to have produced these boys and have
hind Melting with 11 points. O.S.D.
Russell Rice, Frankie Barton, Brad taught them that they shall not die in played at Mari-Linn. We won the
BEFORE BI 1ING SHOES
lead the halftime score 15 to 13 but the
Lord game with a score of 55-12, Monday ,
Humphreys, Donald, and Leonard vain. Let
SEE THE MASON LINE
third quarter was to the winner 26
Snyder, Donald Watkins, Michael
The students received their report I
Moore, Billy Cokenour, and Robert
Mill City (55)
(29) O.S.D. Lady. Lee Hobson and Gerald Vic acre’s sore is wined from the face of cards after school Tuesday afternoon.
Wednesday the 7th and 8th graders |
(5) Lisac kers »Iso qualified, but were not the earth.
Mr. and -Mrs. Bill Miloy Harris saw a movie film about “Catching a
(2) Martin present. One, two and three year
(10) Wallstrun service pins were given to each of the have returned from their trip to the Cold” with Walt Disney characters. I
CHARLES UMPHRESS, Prep.
With Your Pocketbook
The Girl Scout meeting was post
(6) Heath Scouts present. Each Scout demon east coast. O their way home, they
Open 7 A.M. to 7 P.M.
or Your Wife!
(2) Mavnard strated some phase of their Scouting. took a southern route, visiting friends poned until next Wed. The Girl
(1) Colley Mrs. Lethin showed pictures of the and relatives in Arkansas. Bill Scouts are trying to make their meet- I
If you take her to
(2) McCann boys on the Scout trail taken last and the missus look fit as fiddles; a ings last only 20 minutes at the latest.
vacation has done them a lot of good.
ihlgren's in Salem
( 1 ) Nelson summer at Camp Pioneer.
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Despite the disagreeable weather Now Bill can go hack to work with
'inner next Sun,!
many enjoyed the no-host dinner pre-
Harris sawmill a mile east of Idanha.
A pie-social was held at the Idanha
Ninety-seven dollars was taken ir
which all goes to the March of Dimes. ,
Pinochle canasta and five hundred I
were played during the evening. X
First prize for pinochle went to Mr. I X
Wilbur Chestnut: second prize went 1
to Huber Ray. First nrize for
canasta went to Mrs. Wilbur Chest
nut; first nrize for 500 went to Mrs. I
Esther Fouts; second, to Carl Schaf
NEW RETAIL LOC ATION:
Big Ed started a “Pay-Your- went without all week end the
City Limits on Highway 222
Biir campaign last week and Commissioner's among them.
Mr. and Mrs. G. Geston went to
With E-callofMci Potata
ended up with a slightly red face.
Seems Ed forgot to pay hix bill.
Milwaukee. Ore., to visit Mr. Gest- S Phone 3215
and Cnsb Appio
Eds been our Water Cootm's-
son’s brother and wife, Mr. and Mrs. ■ __________
From where I sit, Ed’s mistake
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sioner for ten years, and for ten is one we all make at times. We
years now he’s been getting riled are too quick to accuse others
Mrs. Esther Fouts was a Portland 1
last weekerd. She visited her i
up ever slow pat meats of bills.
while forgetting our own faults.
sister. Mrs. Mabel Fouts, and neicei
So. he finally decidi'd to <o
Lots of us do it. for instance, aver
Mrs. Gerald Steward.
something drastic about it. Last a difference in taste for a soft
The Auxiliary of The American
week he sent notices that if the drink or a friendly glass of beer.
Legion met Tuesday eve. Jan. 22 at |
slackers didn’t pay up by Friday,
I,et's respect each other's prefer
the home of Mvrtle Gestson. Ten j
ences and we'll all stay our of
he'd shut off their water.
were nresent. They were Mesdames
Alma Lady. Flov Storey. Opal Leming.
Naturally, some »til. didn't
Carrie Storey, Thelma Smith. Rossele
square accounts. Ed ordered their
Vickers, Pearl Giebler ar.d Esther
water turned off. and 14 homes
Fouts. About ten dollars was taken
in for the corn they popped for the)
(Children Under 10-Ju*t 44c)
show. The proceeds was turned over
/ ntt cd úfales Hrcutrt
to the March of Dimes. The next
two meetings will be held at the homes
of Mrs. Bernadine Stoll on Feb. 12.
and at the home of Mrs. Roselle X ic-
kers on Feb. 26. The proceeds taken
in for the show held at the Canyon
WE CARRY THE McKAY LINE OF
I theatre was turned over to the March
I of Dimes. The American Legion
TIRE ( HAINS
; sponsored the show. Sixty three dol
SPEC 1 \L‘MOTOR RECONDITION JOB FOR
With Mary Barton Playing
lars was taken in.
In All Popular Sizes
Your Favorite Music on tha
CHEVROLET CARS AND TRUCKS
Well this all I an dig up this week
for a Limited Time
so until next, good bye.
January 21. 1952
M. C. Shuffleboard
Players Win Two
Mill City Smashes
Detroit 70 to 32
Mill City Grade School
Mill City Triumphs
Over O.S.D. 55-29
Full Soles and :
Swift's Fn '«!««
Fried H cl 1
Chuck s Shoe Shop
; All Building Supply
From where 1 sit... fy Joe Marsh
Ed Got Red
In His Own "Kot Water"
Kelly Lumber Sales
for Winter Driving
Special $5695 Special
12 Noon to ► P M.
11:30 A M. to # 30 P M
BARGAIN EVER! BUY A
IS YOUR MOTOR LOSING ITS IIORSE POWER?
IS YOUR MOTOR USING OIL?
We will replace the piston rings, grind valves,
clean rocker arms and oil line, adjust the main
bearings, adjust the connecting rods bearings,
adjust fan belt, dean and set spark plugs, clean
oil pan, clean oil lines in pan and adjust, burn
out and dean oil breather.
Part' included in this job are: I Set Genuine
( hex rolet Piston Rings. 1 Set Gaskets. 5 quarts Oil.
(C. O. E. Trtirks — Slight
Douglas McKay Chevrolet Co.
Arlo Tuers attended a fire district
meeting at Sublimity this week Mr.
Tuers is president of the Marion
countv fire association.
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In Gallons and Quarts
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Grinding and Mixing