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About The Mill City enterprise. (Mill City, Or.) 1949-1998 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 24, 1952)
January 24. 1952
6—THE MILL CITY ENTERPRISE
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Neiga and their
daughter and son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs.
Lloyd Kats from Montana, recently
moved into the little house belonging
to Mrs. Ina Stockwell. Both men are
employed at the Detroit dam. Mr.
Kats was seriously injured last Thurs
day while at work there and was
rushed to the Memorial hospital in
Salem, where his condition at this
time is reported slightly improved.
A community “Cake Walk” is
planned for Thursday evening, March
31, to be held at the Rebekah hall for
the benefit of the March of Dimes
under chairmanship of Mrs. Clyde
Bressler. It is hoped this will be a
community affair and that everyone
■will do their part by coming out and
making it a good success.
Mrs. George Clipfell is in Salem at
the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Al vie Corry, helping in the care of her
mother who has suffered a stroke.
Santiam Valley grange held a
special business meeting on their re-
gular social night Friday evening, a months vacation trip to the midd’e
Jan. 18, for the purpose of conferring west. They visited in St. Louis, Mo.,
the first and second degree upon Mr. Arkansas, and Kansas. They re
and Mrs. Albert Stevens, and Mrs. turned home the southern route,
Viola Zander. Following the business through Arizona and southern Calif.
meeting a social time was held by A family reunion of their families was
square dancing followed by a pot-luck held while in Missouri.
Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Goodell re
Charlie Hiatt of Redmond spent I ceived word Monday evening of the
several days at the home of his death of his youngest brother Regi
brother, Elmer Hiatt, Saturday eve nald “Rags” Goodell of Valsetz.
ning they with Mr. and Mrs. Percy
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Steele and family
Hiatt went to Lebanon td see their spent the week in Tacoma, Wash.,
brother, Amos Hiatt who is quite ill. returning home Sunday evening.
Jack Roy oldest son of Mr. and
Mr. William Downing of Merrill,
Oregon, is visiting at the home of his Mrs. Chester Roy left for Texas. He
son, Mr. and Mrs. Orville Downing. recently inlisted in the Air Firce.
Mr. and Mrs. Ray
He will also visit his daughter, Mr. i ........
and Mrs, Forrest Nydegger and Kay and Ray Jr. of Cloverdale, were
Saturday night and Sunday guests at
Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Smith were hosts the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
last Friday evening to the young adult James Hollingshead.
Mr. and Mrs. Duane Downing and
class of the Methodist Community
Sunday school at their home for the little daughter of Portland spent Sun
regular social time. To encourage day and Monday at the home of his
discussion of religious problems, the parents, Mr. and Mrs. Orville Down
question box method was used. A ing. They all visited his sister, Mr,
third chapter of the book “The and Mrs. Bob Carleton.
Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Pietrok are re
Family-A Christmas Concern” was
For Guaranteed Cleaning
revived by Mrs. Smith. A short busi ceiving congratulations upon the ar
ness meeting was held with Mrs. rival of their first grandchild, a
Leonard Cruson presiding, followed daughter born to their son and wife.
by dainty refreshments served to Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Pietrok of
and Mrs. Howard Naue, Mr. and Mrs. Stayton, Sunday, Jan. 20 at the Salem
Thomas Putman and Mary Lynn, Memorial hospital.
Mrs. Bob Carleton was hostess for
Rev. and Mrs. Feenstra, Miss Normi
Miller, Miss Beulah Lewis, Mrs. the afternoon card club held at the
Leonard Cruson. Mrs. Ernest Garsjo, Rebekah hall Wednesday afternoon.
Mrs. Jack Christenson, Mrs. Donald A one thirty dessert luncheon was
served and followed by several tables
McWhirk and Mr. and Mrs. Smith.
of 500. Mabel Downing held the
CI mm nt ß I’ M.
Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Kilburn and high score, Alma Olmstead second
children returned hojne Sunday after high, Ida Free, low and Doreen
Helemn the traveling prize, Attend-
ing the narty were Margaret Kunkle,
Leota Worden, Doris Roy, Bernice
Bridges, Bertha Allen, Alma Olm
stead, Eulalia Lyons. Carrie Naue,
' Doreen Helemn. Ida Free Ethel Huff
man, Garnett Bessett, Mabel Downing
and the hostess Modena Downing.
Albert Julian, Orville Downing of
Fox Valley, Jim Too mb from McCully
Mountain and Bill Kimery of Lyons!
attended the Livestock Association
meeting held in Lebanon Wednesday.
Mrs. Lucy Palmer, Mrs. Sue Walton,
Mrs. Alice Huber and Mn Jackie
“At the Bottom of the Hill"
Smith were hostesses for a shower
Tuesday evening held at the commun
ity club house honoring Mrs. Harvey
The former Miss Carol
Kuiken, a recent bride. The eve-
ning was spent in playing games and
| opening of the gifts after which re-
I freshments were served to Mrs.
Grimes, the honored guest. Ida Free.
Gladys Kuiken. Jewell Hartnell. I corn
Stevens, Eva Bressler, I.ela Grimes.
Dorothy Grimes. Helen Pietrok. Jean
Pietrok, Leola Phelps, Elsie Lande,
Doris Roy, Ethel Huffman, Bertha
Allen, Martha Poole, Helen Nydegger,
Bettv Hunt. Shirley Nydegger, Kath
leen Kuiken. Florence Naue. Bea
Hiatt. Ann Holzfuss, Loraine Free,
Norma Miller. Vivian Bovce, Claire
Feenstra, Marlyn Baltzer, Helen Zim
merman. Eulalia Lyons. Anne Pietrok.
Lillian Wilson. Beth Prideaux, Rosa
Berry. Mildred Carr. Nadine Carr.
Alta Bodeker, Helen Stavang, Alice
Huber, Sue Walton, Lucy Palmer and
FRENI DAILY — VERY REASONABLE TRICES
Mr. and Mrs. Forrest Nydegger of
Lyons and Mr. ami Mrs. Cletus Ny
degger of Stayton left for Pendleton
Thursday. They will snend a couple
of days with friends while there.
“From GI to Missionary” is the way
OPEN WEEK DAYS: 8 A.M. to 7 P.M.
Ernest A. Fntschle the speaker at the
CLOSED: Sundays and Holidays
Methodist Church next Sunday morn
ing likes to introduce himself. Dur
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often attended the Lee Memorial
Mission there and was so impressed by
the spirit of the place and the fine
work they were doing, that he deter
mined to return to India someday,
Now he is prepared to leave with his
family next month, He will tell about
it Sunday morning.
Sunday night at 7:30, Rev. Feenstra
will conduct a forum on "The Quest
for Happiness” see McCall’s maga
Mrs. Hugh Johnston, and children
went to Walport Thursday, where
they will visit her parents Mr. and
Mr- Ed Thayer.
The annual telepnone meeting for
the Peoples Co-operative telephone
company was held Tuesday evening.
Jan 15, at the Rebekah hall, with e-
lection of officers and other business.
Officers elected wore Hugh Johnston
retained as president, Jim Lande
secretary, and George Nydegger
director to replace Lloyd Sletto out-'
going director. Plans were made to.
buy a lot and erect a building for a :
Mrs. Wilson Stevens was hostess
for the Home Economics club of the
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And. of course.ere hope you'll
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Santiam Valley grange, with a small
attendence. Plans were made and
discussed for the coming months,
Albert Carr left for Boise, Idaho
where he will spend several days with
School'resumed Monday morning at
the Mari-Linn school after a four
day vacation due to the explosion of
the furnace. Busses were all able to
make their scheduled run in spite of
the heavy snow on McCully mountain
and Zimmerman hill.
Mr. and Mrs. O. S. Toland are re
ceiving congratulations upon the ar
rival of a granddaughter, born to Mr.
and Mrs. Robert Fetherston at Prine
ville. The Fetherstons are former
residents of Lyons, and Mrs. Toland
is at the home of their daughter as
sisting in the care of the new baby.
Mr. Peirceson of Portland repre
senting the Oregon Society for crip-
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pled children and adults, showed pic
tures at the Rebekah hall Thursday
evening; showing in detail how the
money was spent from Easter Seals
sales, showing the home for crippled
children in Portland also Eugene, the
advantages they have and benefits
The Mari-Linn P.T.A.
served pie. cake and coife, with the
proceeds to go to the movie projector