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About The Mill City enterprise. (Mill City, Or.) 1949-1998 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 31, 1952)
4—THE MIEI. C ITY ENTERPRISE
January 31. 1952
Detroit Hi Basketball
Plays "Rover Girls”
Shuffleboard Upsets Women Shufflers To
By GARY PETERSON
Detroit, Jan. 31.—The Detroit high
_ the “ Rover| Mill City Derby shufflers trimmed ’ The North Santiam ctfnyon isn’t
cruised to a pair of victories, decisive school boys will pl^y
ones, over Gervais, 44 to 25, and Girls”, a team of negro girls -m next Detroit tavern 192-100. However,, dragging its feet in the shnffleboard
Jefferson by a 51-34 count. Roy Tuesday, Feb. 5, at the gymnasium in Det.'bit took home one of the Derby’s , department these days. Chalking up
Chase and Terry Mahoney each led Detroit. The time will be eight o'- hexes—which they (the Derbys) in a first around the shuffleboard, in this
their team—Mill City and Gervais clock the admission for high school tended getting back tn a future game. area at least, is the beginning of ar.
ail-women teams will play Detroit
respectively—with fifteen points. In and grade students will be 50 cants
In Tuesday night'* game with and Idanha women Wednesday, Feb.
the Jeff game, Roy Chase agam and for adults 31.00.
The Detroit high school will play Davies tavern in Stayton the Mill 6, at 8 p.m. in Detroit.
showed the way for Green and Gold
I City Derbys came out from behind a
Friday, January 25, Mill City de- scorers, using a portside hookshot Jefferson on this Friday evening. Feb. 17-point lead and edged out Stayton1 Those ladies who feel skilled in
Roy Chase, “lefty" hooked in 19
the art of shuffling can prove their
points to lead his team to a triumph
by a score of 120-136. The Stayton metal by signing on the dotted line
over the Jefferson Lions 54 to 34. to 25. Roy Chase tossed in 15 points points.
shuffler* are thr first team in this for </ team position anytime between
After the Gervais game Friday
The Wolves fast break worked the to lead the Green and Gold in scoring
year’ * league play who gave the now and Monday night at the Mill
first quarter but did not go in to This game had no score the first two night, students of both schools en
Derbys a narrow margin of victory City tavern. There are ample signs
effect again till the third quarter. Mill minutes but Chase made a hook shot joyed a sock dance on the local casaba
■ The Derbys stand underfeated. Two | that th« Mill City-G'*tes combination
City trailed at the end of the first to start the Timberwol
more games remain in th« 19521 can shove thrertgh a victory Wednes
quarter 11 to 12 but was out in front win. The Wolves gained a lead in in this student bodv-snonsored affair.
Santiam shuffleboard league play.
at the halftime 28 to 19. The Wolves the beginning of the second quarter
The junior class have «elected a
Richards tavern wored an upset
Eight women players are needed for
In >irder that somathing nt the
lead the third quarter count 36 to 28. and then walked away from the G-r- three-act comedy for their class play
Dick Kanoff followed Chase in the vais Cougars. The halftime count 17 entitled “Nuts and Bolts”. One can grudge-fight excitement be virited a- over Meander Inn by out-shuffling! ea’h full team. Tournament rules
round 1lie area of the ye olde snuffle thsm 131-122, One of the highlights 1 in effect liuring the current season
scoring with 8 points for Mill City. to 11 in the Wolves favor but the see the resemblance.
Dale Wattenbarger lead the scoring scoring was tie at the first quarter
Last week it was reported that board th« captain of the Mill City of this game came wr en Lila Bii*h- j are still good far the all-woman
for Jefferson with 18 points.
Mill count 6 to 6. Third quarter count was seniors and juniors took a trip to Derbys challenges the captains of the nell and Ed Kesterson, for Richard», competition. Only Tour women subs
City is still in the run for first place 34 to 21 in favor of the winners. Hoodoo Ski Bowl accompanied’ by a nine other shufflefcoard «earns lo a and Thurif Shipley and Larry Anew-; are allowed in any one night, there
son for Meander Inn, waund up with fore ¿hose who want a fair chance
■with a tie with I Sublimity. This is Denny Marttala followed Chase in trio of straggling sophomores. This supermatch attraction.
The ninrt other .-/hufflebiard team a score of 4-6 in favor of Richard*. for a full shuffle-boat can get it by
Mill City’s ninth I consecutive win.
scoring for Mill Citv with 10 points. statement has met with decided dis
Nip-’n-tuck was the catch-word fob signing'on theMill City-Gates team.
MAI City (54)
(25) Gervais approval with the sophomores—there captains can pick in all-star team this
Mill City (44)
Richardr vs. Meander Tnr. game--
(2) Belleque fore this writer reverses the state
Jeriys tav«rt»n, fad by tew captail ■' CANYON DIVISION MARION CO-
(2) Wright Marttala (10)
(2) McCall ment. Some straggling sophomores members for the super-event in North
(18) Wattenbarger Downer (3)
(2) Tomsoff accompanied the members of the Santiam shuffler history. The all- George" Humyltrey«, triumphed overl GRADE SCHlOl BASKETBALL
(2) Cameron Kanoff (3)
(15) Mahoney junior and senior class on a trip to star team will consist’ of on.i player strong Cedars tavern of Detroit by a
(2) Brown Baltimore (8)
(4) Reis Hoodoo Ski Bowl. Still not satisfied? from each team of the Santiati shuf- score of 156-l.llu This, toc< was an Stayton trade
other uuset irr the Santia.rt’. shuffle -Will City -
(3) Hawkins Shelton (3)
All right. Juniors and seniors went fler circuit.
If this challenge is accepted, notice circuit.
(3) Cot man Gregory (2)
to Hoodoo Ski Bowl in the company i<f
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should be giveit at the Derbys’ head
i St. Boni fade
The Mill City Jayvees wort over the three straggling sophomores.
The Mill City . Jayvees lost to Jef- Gervais Jayvees 45 to 35. Phil Carey
The Girls Athletic Association is quarterx. This is necessary in order
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ferson Lions by a i score of 42 to 30. lead the scoring for the Mill City team planning a plaj- night for February that details of the special gai.te be
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This was Mill City Bee second loss of [ with Id points. Richard Verbeek ■nd eleventh to get out of debt. The handled.
the league season. Marlall lead the. Jack Melting followed Carey in the girls will put on an exhibition of
g.ude se Vuoi girts
»coring with 14 points for Jefferson scoring with 10 points each.
tumbling, a volleyball game, square dub met in Mrs. Barnhardt’s rooot'at |
volPeyball team have won ail their
and Jack Melting of Mill City close
dancing and girls’ basketball. The the school house) Wednesday alter-
games so far in season play, according'
behind with 13.
girls urge everyone to come out and noon at 3 p.m. The meeting was
Total re-’aapts t # >19.504.15 • have to records of games played.
pay admissions to see them get their called to'order by Che Presi.flfnt, Shar Iwten reported by 19 national for« «Xs in
exercise and get them oat of the on Moore. Those answering roll call Oregon and U’ashit «¡ton for the first |
CASCADE TO MEET MILL CITY
w'ere GaiT Pervis, Darlene Schafer, half rrf fisc.<Jk year 1852,. which 1 «yjan
The Mill City Timberwolves will be
Revival meetings a«e continuing red A —ink.
matinee was held Monday to Sharon PTirte, Roberta Chance, Sharon July I. Thia sum ia na»re th«« 50
threatened Tuesday, Feb. 5-, by the this week at the Santiam Chapel held
Cascade Cougars. Bates of Cascade at the old school House in Lyons», with offer an opportunity for Mill City Moore, Ciirmie Stewrrr and .Joan Hall. percent hignw thai” ft» the .‘«me
and Gates high schools’ students to Roberta Chance is secretary of the period in the previous finval year in-1
will be running against Chase. This! Rev. Dodd, pastor.
-will be a non-teague game.
This | Two new pupils have «n rol led in see "Samson and Delilah” starring group and’ Joan HatT news reporter. dic-ating tha«. another' record yei«» i*
game will start at 8:15 at the Mill the Mari-Linn school/ Beverly Chuck Victor Mature as Samson and Hedy Mrs. Elmer Stewart is leader of ths in che ma kit g.:
City high school gym. Come see the and Joe Neisess who Have moved to the
RI BY and JOHNNY
I could break metal wine cups
preliminary game at 7.
Don Milisjr, principki of tl * Gate; j receipts witl. ' the Lalanea eolleiten
Fox Valley community from Mill City. wish" my fingers. I’d sell tickets,
high school reports the f.dlowing ■ from grazing fees, l;nrt twe permits,.!
The enrollment is back to normal with
Bon voyage' Hasta la vista? Ah students included on i Ito honor v«»ll foi ‘ wat/r power rights, mil «Minor nr»-
even for the school the last of tík» nuts!
the' third .-nx weeks: Donalee Oliver, cellimeons sourres.
seventh;’ I .ns Evans, Charle Kuhl
National itrest iaconw in taie
Miss Henrietta B.
man, and David Moor x eighth, Patty Pacific North vest region of tire U. S.
By ALICE FRYER
field co-ordinator for
Stewart, John Bornhardt, Eddie But- Forest .Service has increased tremend
Friday, January 22, was the day the lege of Education in
lei «art Allan Vail, ni- th; Betty Tuc ously in the nast de.-ade. Receipts)
seniors chose for their skip day. u letter of congratulation.« to TFtWtias'
ker, elevnth; Lorena Devine anil Max for fiscal year T951 were .5126,272,927 »
By MRS. ALPERT MIUESAF
They started out for Salem early L. Putman principal, teachers and
leaving at 7 a.m. Breakfast was en-! children of the Mari-Linn school in
Mr. aid Mrs. Clyde Oli "an ar» an- ine SchoedeT, twelfth. The foi.»wing mmnared to <2,116,893 in 1941, ac i
joyed upon arriving at their deatina- their calmness and coolness in con- nouneing ».be marriage of tleir daugh eight students had pertket atte, fiance lording ro Regnmal Forester J. Her ',
tion. They then journeyed to the j darting themselves at the recent ex ter, Jean Oliver t» Gilbert Smith of the first semester of tl « 1951-51 term tjiert .‘ftone.
“Even mor« important, than in-.-
Jesten-Miller studio to have gradua-! plosion of the oil; furnace. .4h. hope d Glen Lyn; Virgi na. Th< services at Gates high school: ETIen Clarice,
tiort pictures taken. With this task that front their experience others were react in the parsonage of the Paui Thiemi.il, John Bamtrardt. Danny , i «-easi d returns co fedi- a! and county :
completed they broke up to go their might be able to prevent irn) sucH First Bap'J.«t chui rh in P-iaresbarg, Evans, Daitene Cole, l'kcty St wart, t easurie.-f, hoover, is the indication; ■
t tat I'iese public fores s aw rapidly ’
own ways, meeting again for lunch. happenings in their school«. Miss Virginia, I -n-ember 10, at-11:3() in the Juaiita Thomas and Oiw Chance.
Carolyn Brejcfta ha: return, t to i approaching t urn- rightful place in
Bowling and movies were enjoyed Wolfer just recently evade her offlciai morning. Tbe young couple *>U
t > the timber economy .
during the afternoon. The next prob visit Co the Mari-Linn school.
maJce their home is Glen Lyn,, a* finish' her -«nimr year it the i laoes c/ntriLuting
i of the Northwest,” Stone said. “We' ■
The Sunday school hmird he M the.«’ present. TAe groom, is employed at high-school.'.
lem was to find the Oregon School
for the Deaf for the proposed game regular monthly meeting at t te par the- Hercule« Powder Co. at Badfsrii,
M a. Geoitxv (CDse retu - mrd Satvmtay are bringing previous!/ liwaivesaible ,
BEFORE BUYING SHOES
that evening. They found out Inter sonage. Thursday «wirnng. vRh 2fT Where they plan to purha.se a Home in iron« Los Angeles where she had timber areas urto prod cation, and are '
SER THE MAHON LINE
the game had been postponed, laite present. Mrs. John Plmdeaux «chood She near futtrre.
visited for several wee^st She was
that evening they returned home superintendent pres.Bed over th «busi
Mr. and Mrs. Edmund IJauris were there‘during tin» recent storms anil offuiJ sustainart yield.”“
having enjoyed the day and money ness meeting. Man;t plims were made Albany visitors Monray of tills week high water and states sic is glatto
Twenty-five percent ig'nattonal for
and discussed gid scone new arrange on a combin el business and pleasure be hack in- Gates where tire weaifter est' receipts is divided Between roads
amt scrtnols it -the counties m which
is net so extreme-.
The G.A.A. is working hard on the ments made. Present were Mr. and’ trip.
“Dads Banquet" scheduled for Thura- Mrs. John Prideaux, Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. Dor add Garay and
Mrs. Vernon and two daugh avs. the- ferests aie- tocater»’ The
CHARLES UMPHIRESS. Prop.
day, January 31. All the students Willard Hartne.l, Rev and’ Mrs. :t. A. son Jon, of Stayton were Gates Lyn ta and Llynarre from Fiirt Lea-en- Service is authorized to s| pend ani
Ow» T A.M. to-7 P.M.
dads and the faculty members are in Feenstm Mrs. Ed Hargreaves. Mrs. visitors, Sundwy, at thei home« <rf his worcfi, Kansas, have arrived in Gsees additional 10 percent <rt’ its receipts i
Alex Borfeker, Mrs. James Hollings mother. Mrs. Velma Carey and at Mrs. whi re they will retrain acthe hon,« of f< r roads an,a- trails «vthitr national
The week of January 21-15 was a head. Mrs. Gletr Julián, Mrs. Clyde Carey’s parents, Mr. and Mrs. HaruU her parents, Mr. and Mis. Ed Ka.iine fires'».«.
fateful week for many of the high Bressler, Mrs. Leonard Cruwon, Mrs. Wilson.
whifa her husband is in rhe severe.
a a a-WWes» a a; :»®» alxtatawaiiflaXXXlffl»«
school students. The flu kept many Leo Cruson, Mrs. J.w Zíinmeruean.
Members of the Gates ffairwt- Cpl. Vernon C. Andei am left for '
home. On Wednesday. January 23, Misses Norma Miller. Vivian Bo/rv, Teacher Association will meuti at the Seattle, Jam 20, fYnm where he wi.a to
only twenty-five of the forty-five Marlyn Baltzer. Mrs. Bailey and Mrs. high school Thtrrsday evening, Feb be »ent oxer seas for uuty with the |
students were in attendance.
ruary 7. A film on the growth a»rd 5tl. army in tire far East.
I treatment of cancer will be shwwn
.'<rs. Liflie laike was hostess at -hn-11 a
with a lecturer present to explain, the ner recently comnlime.rttrg Va«»hn
pictures as shown. Anyone interested Hull on the eve of his departure for 1
is welcome to attend.
Fort Lewis to renort for duty in the
Richard Mitchell has rereived .infers army. PYesenr were .Wr. and Mrs.'
to report February 29'for induction Hull and tier f«ther. Forrest Nydeggcr'
into the army. Before- reporting he
293 No. Commercial St.
will visit his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lawtess. Mrs. Lake.
1’aul Mitchell in North Richland,
Mrs. Gillie Lake anil Mrs. Ma-shall Jt:
Lake were SUnifay dinned guests at rt
NEW RETAIL L(X ATION:
Mr. and Mrs Norman-Garnson and the home of* Mr. and Mrs. Chris ä
City Limits on Highway 222
I Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Garrison at Knutson. Mrs. Marshall Lake hats'
tended a birthday dinner. Sunday in , just reeeivert a letter- from her hus .
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Scio at the home of Mrs. Norman Gar band, Pfc. Marshall Lake who is in
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rison's brother and family, Mr. and Korea He reported rhat the weather
Mr«. Herman Zeller, honoring Mr [there was not now so extermely coli.i
WITH TOE PLEAT. I NION MADE. Now S24.95
He is driving trurk In a supply line.
Sunday evening guests at the Nor
There has been a number of ath- j
man Garrison home were Mr. and Mrs. senci-s from tire local grade school the
BLA( K BEAR — NEOPRENE
Harold Raley and three children
past two weeks froa severe trrlds and
West Lynn and Mr. and Mrs. Harry othir tftseiwcs.
PANTS AND JACKETS
Hart of Salem.
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William
Mr. ami Mrs. Charles Cooper lujd Petmick was ill with scarletena but
«on, who have lieert at the home of j has recovered asit returneO to «chool
his sister. Mrs. Joe Joanuin for sev 1 thr« week. Marcia Barnhardt, dwngh-
BLA( K BEAR — TIN I’ANTS
eral weeks, returned to their horn» in I ter of .Mr. and Mrs. A. T. BarnAardt.
Single and Double Construction
Ashland the middle of the week. I was also on the sick list the pasn week
They were accompanied by his nn.Sher, 1 anti absent for several days.
I Mrs. Dora-Cooper.
Mrs. Tilman Rains was ho-tess at
The “Sew-Away” class of tl,e 411 I a family dinner recently eompliment-
, ing her son and wife. Mr. and Mrs.
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YOU WILL ALWAYS FIND AN
1 Leon Cline of Sweet Home on their
fifteenth wedding anniversary and her
~ Best for
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son-in-law. Joe Toepfer of Stayton on
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his birthdav. Present were Mr. and
Mr«. Cline. Mr. and Mrs. Toepfer and
family, Mr. and Mrs. Rains and son
Tilman. Another «on and family. Mr.
31.50 per month and up
I and Mrs. Lew i« Clirrv and two children.
1'of Cutler City were overnight gue«ts
Idanha and Detrirft
at the Rain's home the last of the
U. S. RUBBER
Mill City Snares
Gervais 44 to 25
Mill City Waxed
Receipts Ge Up
Full Soles and
: Chuck's ShoeSho
Town Ô* Country Store
All Building Supply
Kelly Lumber Sales
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to Park Rapids. Minn., by the death
of their grandmother.
Cafe & Tavern
1*> miles East of Gates
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Grinding and Mixing