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About The Mill City enterprise. (Mill City, Or.) 1949-1998 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 24, 1952)
B—THE MILL CITY ENTERPRISE
January 24. 1952 | Floyd Völkel, Mrs. Glen Henness, Mrs.'
Gerald Garrison, and Mrs. Clarence
Portland guests at the home of Mrs.
O.P.S. Food Branch Help
MRS. J. H. JOHNSTON
i Gerald Garrison over Sunday were
Available February 5
Mrs.'Garrison's brothers and families,
The Santiam Chapel revival services
Mr. and Mrs. William Mitchel and
Simon C. Berry of the Portland OPS i Mr. and Mrs Robert Mitchel and will close this week. Special music
and song services are scheduled for
food branch, will be in Salem, Tuesday,' daughter.
the Saturday evening meeting, which
February 5, from 1:00 to 5:00 p.m..
starts promptly at 7:30 p.m. Rev.
at the Chamber of Commerce to give
personal help to restaurant operators, home of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Rush Ferris Dodd is the evangelist. There
proprietors of taverns and night clubs were Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Rush and has been a good attendance, consid
of Salem. Mr. and Mrs. ering the stormy Weather,have came
and all those covered by CPR 11. daughter,
IN THE MANAGEMENT OF
Many are long overdue in filling their Norman Garrison were Saturday eve- I 1 out for the worth while services of
OPS reports, he advises. Others, who j | ning dinner guests at the Rush home. the past two weeks.
Mr. and Mrs. George Meilke and; Grade school children in this locality
have already filed, may have ques
tions. The Clinic will serve all of daughter spent the weekend in Wai- j ■ had a four days vacation, caused by |
port at the home of her sister and 1 the furnace exploding early Tuesday j
Arrangements for this Clinic were family Mr. and Mrs. Keith Taylor. morning of last week. It was re
made with the assistance of Clay Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Millsap and son paired and school opened Monday of
Cochran, Manager of the Salem Cham Robert of Portland visited at the home this week.
Word received here from Lebanon |
ber of Commerce.
Millsap over the last of the week. stated, Mr. Amos Hiatt is ill at the i
Mr. and Mrs. Darrel Cole and two home of his daughter, the Leonard
children of Netarts were at the home Thomas' in Lebanon. Mr. and Mrs.
of his parents. Mr. and Mrs. Burrel Hiatt were visiting at their daughter’s 1
Cole over the weekend. Saturday was when he became to ill to return to
spent in Salem where RM3 Thurlo their home on Lyons Rt. 1. Their
By MRS. ALBERT MILLSAP
Cole entrained for San Diego, Calif, son, Percy Hiatt, and brothers, Elmer
The Gates home extension unit met where he will be stationed until April and Charley Hiatt, went to Lebanon
UNDER THE MANAGEMENT OF
in an all day session the last of the before being shipped out. He had spent Saturday to see how Mr. Hiatt is
week, in the recreation rooms of the a thirty day leave at home following getting along.
high school. Project leaders from the eighteen months in Japan and Korea.
A young man, Mr. Kays just re-
Mehama unit, Mrs. Elmer Taylor and
Bill Haverson, Bob Lee and Marlin cently coming here from Montana was ■
Mrs. Earle Wolfkeil were present and
demonstrated the repair of inner Cole drove to Portland Sunday to see seriously injured on his first day at•
spring cushions. A no-host luncheon the Globe Trotter's basket ball game. work as highclimber at the Detroit1
was served at noon. The next meeting The boys are all members of the Gates dam. The family with Mrs. Kays1
parents and family live at the Stock- I
of the Gates group will be held at the high school team.
Mr. and Mrs. Hollis Turnidge and well house in Foz Valley. They just
school house, Tuesday, February 12.
Mrs. Glenn Henness and Mrs. Burrel daughter Carolyn from Cutler City moved in late Saturday and he began ;
Cole, project leaders will explain were over the weekend guests at the ■ working at Deroit Thursday. Mr.
how to make ready mixes at home. home of Mr. and Mrs. Chris Knutson | Kays is reported as slightly improved !
Those present at the last meeting Their daughter, Carolyn remained in i the last two days.
Mrs. J. F. Potter of Mill City was .
were Mrs. Wolfkeil and Mrs. Taylor Gates at her grandparents home and
from Mehama, Mrs. Elmer Klutke. will attend the local high school wheie 1 a Wednesday afternoon caller at Mrs.
Mrs. Glen Henness, Mrs. Elmer she will be a member of the senior Jack Johnston’s. Mrs. Potter also I
called on Eugenia Tenney Wednesday. I — GET YOUR QUALITY JOB PRINTING AT THE ENTERPRISE —
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