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About The Mill City enterprise. (Mill City, Or.) 1949-1998 | View Entire Issue (April 24, 1952)
5—THE MILL CITY EX T E RI > RIS E
24. 1952 !
SUNDAY and MONDAY
Mill City American Legion Auxil-
I iary sponsored a card party at the
Hyacinth: 1st Mrs. Charles Dolezal
Legion hall last Saturday evening.
2nd Mrs. Bert Morris, 3rd Mrs. Ford |
Proceeds of the party will be applied
i to equipping the Legion hall kitchen.
Mrs. Dolores Stewart had charge of
Specimen, unscheduled: 1st Mrs. C. ■
I the card fete.
M. Cline, 2nd Mrs. Cleve O’Neil, 3rd
Regardless of weather the Mill City- Martha Jungwirth. Lyons.
High score for pinochle was won by
Garden club Flower Show was a suc Camellias: 1st and 2nd Mrs. Cecil
John Swan: low, Russell Moberg. High
cess with Mrs. Early Phillips, Mrs. Lake, 3rd Mrs. Joe Fencl.
scorer in bridge was Mrs. Catherine
Marvin Long, and Mrs. Bess Phillippi
Ferguson: low, Mary Jane Cox. High
Flowering Shrub branches: 1st Mrs.
of Scio and Mrs. Elmer Taylor of Fred Duffy, 2nd Martha Jungwirth,
score in canasta was made by "Dub"
Mehama as judges. The treasury was Lyons, 3rd Agnes Brotherton, Lyons.
Stewart; low, Grace Hudson of Gates.
benefited by sale of food and plants.
The door prize was won by Ethel
Wild Flowers (single): 1st Mrs. W.
Mrs. Stewart expressed
Out of town visitors were from R. Olmstead, 2nd Mrs. Harold Pound.
Gates, Scio, Lyons, and Mrs. T. C.
thanks to all who purchased tickets.
Wild Flowers, group of 3: Its Mrs.
Agee from Mobile, Ala.
The regular session of the Auxiliary
Fred Grimes, 2nd Mrs. Ford Wilson,
The club wishes to acknowledge the 3rd Mrs. Harold Pound.
took place Monday evening.
co-operation of the Lyons Garden club
Potted Plants, foliage: 1st Mrs. J.
Cecy! Lucht, district president, from
and all those in helping to achieve C. Kimmel. 2nd Mrs. C. M. Cline, 3rd Dolores Jane Poole, who has been Mt. Angel, was scheduled as the dis Ardith Jones, who has been named
chosen valedictorian of Mill City tinguished guest, but last minute ill salutatorian of the 1952 graduating
Mrs. Art Robison.
The following awards were made
Flowering Plants: 1st Mrs. C. M high school class of 1952.
ness prevented her attending. A nice class of Mill City high school.
(Photo Courtesy Capital Journal) representation from the Detroit-Idan
by the judges:
Cline, 2nd Mrs. Eva Bressler, Lyons,
(Photo Courtesy Capital Journal)
Sweepstake: Mrs. Elsie Potter.
3rd Mrs. Charles Dolezal.
ha area drove to Mill City for the
May Basket: Mrs. Charles Dolezal.
Primroses: 1st Mrs. Harold Pound,!
regular meeting. Mrs. Pauline Hunt,
Outstanding arrangement: Mrs. C. 2nd Mrs. Arthur LeCours, 3rd Mrs
a new member of the Auxiliary, was Mill City Friends Call On
Agnes Brotherton, Lyons.
introduced to the unit.
Outstanding specimen: Mrs. John
Dish Garden: 1st Mrs. A. Robison,
The names of three Mill City high Vaughans at Lebanon
and Mrs. Charles Dolezal. 2nd Mrs
school junior girls were submitted as
Four car-loads of Christian church
Daffodil, large cup, 1st Mrs. Herb ! Harold Pound, 3rd Mrs. Charles Dol
These folks took their basket dinners and
Seveial members of Santiarn Re candidates for Girls State.
Schroeder, 2nd Mrs. Charles Dolezal, ezal..
bekah Lodge No. 166 of Mill City-
surprised the Joe Vaughan family at
3rd Mrs. Harold Pound.
Arrangements (table): 1st and 2nd
Eva Rebekah Lodge No. 92 at Garden club and Eagles auxiliary- for Lebanon Sunday. The Vaughan’s
Daffodil, small cun, 1st Mrs. C. M. Mrs. C. M. Cline, 3rd Mrs. Charles visited
Stayton, Tuesday evening. Invitations approval. These two clubs have de moved to I-ebanon in March from their
Cline, 2nd Charles Dolezal, 3rd Mrs. Dolezal,
had been sent to all Rebekah lodges cided that they will sponsor a girl
Dry Arrangements: 1st Mrs. Elsie in this district to attend Stayton lodge from Mill City this year to Girls home just west of Mill City.
Present at the dinner from Mill City
Daffodil, cluster, 1st Mrs. Charles Potter, 2nd Mrs. Harold Pound, 3rd
State. The name of this girl will be
on their Guest night.
the Eldon Hutchinson family,
Dolezal. 2nd Mrs. Harold Pound. 3rd Mrs. Charles Dolezal.
announced within a short time.
The initiatory degree was conferred
Mrs. Susie Haynes, the Elmer Shaw
Mrs. Charles Dolezal.
Small Arrangement: 1st Mrs. Roger
Daffodil, small, 1st Mrs. W. R. Olm Nelson, 2nd Mrs. W. R. Olmstead, 3rd upon one candidate, followed by a rummage and white elephant sale in family, the H. E. Jull family, Mr. and
lovely drill. Mrs. C. F. Deetz, noble the near future. Anyone having such Mrs. H. I. Plymale, Mrs. Emma Teter,
stead, 2nd Mrs. Charles Dolezal.
Mrs. Joe Fencl.
Daffodil, unscheduled, 1st Mrs.
Mantel arrangement: 1st Mrs. Chas. grand was in charge of the degree articles call 2006, Ruth Stovall. Word Mrs. Leora Caraway, Mrs. Una Mae
Charles Dolezal, 2nd Mrs. Helen Mc Dolezal, 2nd Laura Neal, Lyons, 3rd work ar.d Mrs. Beulah I.es a rd is drill also can be left at Muir’s bakery. Lee White, Mrs. Rose Daly, Geo. Ditto,
Clurg, Lyons, 3rd Mrs. Agnes Brother Mrs. Cleve O’Neil, Lyons.
Kelly won the attendance prize for Ellen Shelton and David Golden.
Mrs. Marcele Ware, district chair last month.
Coffee Table: 1st Mrs. Charles Dol
A picture was presented to the
Tulips, L>. Mrs. John Swan, 2nd, ezal, 2nd Mrs. C. M. Cline, 3rd Mrs. man for 1952, announced that district
Vaughan’s in appreciation for their
convention will be held in Stayton
Mrs. Cleve O’Neil, Lyons; 3rd Mrs. Cleve O’Neil, Lyons.
interest in and service for the church
W. H. Davis.
May Baskets: 1st Mrs. Charles Dol June 10, when Mrs. Olive Ramey,
their stay in Mill City.
Tulips, group of 3: 1st Mrs. Lola ezal, 2nd Mrs. George Veteto, 3rd assembly president will pay Eva Re Mrs. Bertha Vanderhoff
bekah lodge an official visit.
Lambert, Lyons, 2nd Mrs. W. H. Davis, Mrs. Fred Grimes.
Entertains at Pinochle
3rd Mrs. C. M. Cline.
The theme decorations were in
Following lodge a cake walk was
Gates Lucky Twelve pinochle club
Tulips, double: 1st, 2nd and 3rd, charge of Mrs. Fred Duffy assisted by held, the proceeds from which will be
Mrs. Bert Morris and Mrs. Bob Wingo added to a fund which is being raised celebrated the post-Easter season by
Mrs. Charles Dolezal.
Tulip, parrot: 1st Mrs. W. D. Davis, who carried out the May Day theme to send some Stayton high school thoroughly enjoying a dessert lunch
eon of chocolate ice cream rolls served
2nd Mrs. Art Robison.
with a May Pole surrounded by little youth to visit the United Nations.
Primrose: 1st Mrs. Pound, 2nd Mrs. dancing figurines accompanied by a
Delicious refreshn ents were served in the finest tradition by hostess Mrs.
Joe Fencl, 3rd Mrs. W. R. Olmstead. musician and a May Day queen.
in the lodge dining rooms follow.ng Bertha Vanderhoff.
Mrs. Rosella Haywood bested her I
the cake walk.
Members visiting from Mill City sister players for first prize. Mrs.
were: Julia Bassett, Ada Plymale, Thelma Otto positioned herself firmly I
Rachel Olmstead, Ida Fleetwood, Dora upon the pinochle prize. Mrs. Marcie
Findley, Dorothy Vail and Ruth Hess. Peterson, obviously in poor form for
There were also visiting members the day’s play, scored low. Mrs. Edna
McCreary and Mrs. Edna Duvall dis
from Turner, Jefferson, and Lyons,
tinguished themselves brightly by un
folding 1500 in trumps.
ELEANOR PARKER and
W ILLI \M BEN DI X in
Show Held Tuesday
Feature at 5:20, 7:30 Sunday
TUESDAY and WEDNESDAY
WILLIAM HOLDEN and
NANCY OLSON in
THURSDAY. FRIDAY and
Mill City Rebekohs
Visit Stayton Lodge
MAN IN THE
In Technicolor — Plus —
JEANNE ( RAIN
Starting Time 7 p.m.
All 3 Nights
Kid's Matinee—2 p.m. Saturday
Don Barry in
“The Dalton Gang"
— Also —
MUIR’S “Cake of the Week”
Birthday Cake for:
Mark Boothby, Sheryl Slover,
Michael Peterson. Sibyl Dart
and Alfred Thomas
Doors open at 7:20 P.M.
Complete show can be seen any
time up to 8:30
EXPERT REPAIR SERVICE
ON ALL MAKES OR MODELS
New and Used Sewing Machines
Red's Trading Post
Cascara Bar!: (Chittum)
GREEN or DRY
TONITE 8 pm
Miss Donna Lee Plymale
Wins CE Essay Contest
Miss Donna Lee Plymale, former
Mill City girl, has been selected as
one of five finalists in a national
Christian- citizenship contest spon
sored by the International Society of
Christian Endeavor. Miss Plymale is
the niece of Mr. and Mrs. Irl Plymale
of Mill City.
She recently won the Pacific coast
regional contest for girls. Her par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Plymale, ex
pect to send her to the national Chris
tian Endeavor convention at Wash
ington, D.C. in June, where she will
receive the regional prize.
Miss Plymale, a student at North
western Christian college. Eugene, is
president of the Oregon Christian En
deavor union. During the past two
years she competed in the Parshad
essay contest for the United Christian
Youth movement, and placed first in
state competition both years.
CARD OF THANKS
We wish to express our heartfelt
thanks to our many friends. During
the loss of our loved one, Mrs. Naida
BROTHERS AND SISTERS
OF MRS. BOOKER
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330 Court Street
Capitol Drug Co.
Boy Scout News
The Mill City Boy Scouts had
good time at the Camporee last Satur
day and Sunday. We left Mill City
at about 8:30. Mr. Tuers drove us
up and back in his panel truck.
Unfortunately there was not an
awful lot of sleeping done, they did
not blow reveille because everyone
was up. At the camp fire the troops
put on skit.
The Boy Scouts held their regular
meeting Wednesday night at the high
school recreation room.
We had patrol meetings then we
held our business meeting. We talked
about the Camporee.
Thomas talked, then Tony Boothby,
Terry Muir, David Jones, and Lahny
After the meeting we
watched the baseball game.
General Admission $1.00
Reserved .... $2.00
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