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About The Mill City enterprise. (Mill City, Or.) 1949-1998 | View Entire Issue (April 24, 1952)
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Mrs. Cole have received word from
their son Thurlo that he is again in
Japan, having landed there April 11.
Thurlo is serving in the U. S. Navy
and has served in that area before.
Saturday callers at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Millsap were
Mrs. A. A, Holthouse of Corvallis,
formerly of Mill City and Miss
Georgia Shane, of Salem, a former
resident of both Mill City and Gates.
Over the weekend guests at the Mill
sap home were their son and family,
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Millsap and son
Robert of Portland.
were Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Meinert
and three sons of Mill City and Ed
mund Klecker of Madras, Ore., form
erly of Stayton. Miss Janet Klecker
and small sister Kristine are making
an indefinite stay at the home of their
The Gates Woman’s club met in
regular session, Thursday evening of
last week at the home of Mrs. Joe
Joaquin. In the absence of the presi
dent and vice president, the meeting
was called to order by the secretary
who appointed Mrs. Glenn Gordon to
take the chair. The annual election
of officers was held. Mrs. Vernon
Anderson was elected secretary and
Mis. Arthur Findley, treasurer. The
offices of president and vice president
will be filled at a future meeting to
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MILL CITY TAVERN
be called by the president still in
office, Mrs. W. R. Hutcheson. Re
freshments were served by the host
esses, Mrs. Joaquin and Mrs. Hutch
eson, who arrived after the meeting
ha<l adjourned. Mrs. Kenneth Martig
Those present were Mrs.
Burrel Cole, Mrs. Arthur Findley,
Mrs. Glenn Gordon, Mrs. W. S. Hud
son, Mrs. Laura Joaquin, Mrs. Albert
Millsap, Mrs. Kenneth Martig, Mrs.
Vernon Anderson, Mrs. James James
and the hostesses.
A “drop-in” party complimenting
Mrs. Glen Hearing on the occasion
of her birthday anniversary and Mrs.
Dan Morrison on her sixth wedding
anniversary was held at the home of
Mrs. Joe Joaquin, Friday afternoon,
April 18. Gifts were presented the
honored guests and refreshments
served to the following callers, Mrs.
Willie Otto, Mrs. William Pennick,
Mrs. Barney Ryal, Mrs. Edward
Chance, Mrs. Don Miley, Mrs. Elmer
Stewart, Mrs. W. R. Hutcheson. Mrs.
W. S. Hudson, Mrs, Arthur Findley,
Mrs. Norman Garrison, Mrs. Gwen
Schaer, Mrs. A. T. Barnhardt, Mrs.
Verner Evans, Mrs. Bob Bonitz, Mrs.
Kenneth Martig. Mrs. Floyd Völkel,
Mrs. Cecil Haun, and Mrs. Laura
Guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Don Miley Tuesday through Thursday
of last week were his uncle and aunt,
Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Huss from Minot,
North Dakota. Mr. and Mrs. Huss
were enroute home from having visited
relatives in California.
The benefit card party which was
held in the recreation rooms of the
high school, sponsored by the Gates
Parent-Teacher association was not as
well attended as had been hoped. Sev
eral tables of pinochle, cribbage, 500
and canasta were in plav while the
kiddies enjoyed bingo. Holding high
score in 500 was Don Miley, low Mrs
Velma Carey: pinochle, high Jimmy
Carey, low Mrs. Cecil Haun; cribbage,
Charles Tucker, Mrs. Fred Stone;
canasta, Ronny Kuhlman, and Butch
Chance; bingo, Darlene Joaquin and
Edmund Chance Jr.
By MRS. RUTH JOHNSON
Norman Bowers was operated upon
at Salem Memorial hospital last week.
At last report he was doing nicely.
W illiam McCully had a series of
minor operations at the Veteran’s
hospital last week, he is doing OK.
Marion Aiderman who underwent
surgery at St. Vincent’s hospital in
Portland is now “out of the woods"
his friends told me. Mrs. Aiderman
is in Portland at the present time,
but will return home in a few days,
or when Marion is OK again.
A few friends surprised Mrs. Esther
Fouts on her birthday last Friday aft
ernoon. They were Mrs. Myrtle Ges-
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By MRS. ALBERT MILLSAP
Don’t forget the benefit dance, spon
sored by the Gates Volunteer Fire de
partment, to be held in the high school
gymnasium, Saturday evening, April
19. Good music and a good time is
assured those attending.
Don Miley, superintendent of the
Gates schools reports the honor roll
for the fifth six-weeks period to in
clude the following students: 7th
grade, Otis Chance; 8th grade, Charles
Kuhlman, Shirley Moore, and David'
Moore; 9th grade, John Barnhardt,
Eddie Butler and Patty Stewart; 10th
grade, Mervin Haun and Elda Web
ster; 11th grade, Joan Ryal and Betty
Tucker; 12th grade, Marlin Cole, Caro
lyn Brejcha, Lorena Devine and Max
ine Schoeder. Of this group Carolyn
Brejcha and Lorena Devine earned all
"Is” on their cards.
Contracts for signature were given
to all the teachers in the local schools
by the board of directors, but accord
ing to latest reports there will be sev
eral vacancies to be filled before the
fall term begins.
Those who have (
signed are Don Miley, superintendent
and Howard Means, of the high
school; Mrs. Gwen Schaer, principal
of the grades, Mrs. A. T. Barnhardt,
Mrs. Letha Bentley and Mrs. Janet
Harold. Mrs. Mary Champ, who has
taught the primary grade for years
is retiring. Mrs. Dorothv Wood and
Mrs. Elizabeth McMullen, both of
whose husbands graduate from Will
amette university this June, will not
teach here another year.
Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Everton from
Wallul, Wash., were guests last week
at the home of his sister and family,
Mr. and Mrs. Burrel Cole, Mr. and
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but, and Mrs. Ruth Johnson. Esther
received many lovely gifts from her
friends, and relatives.
lunch of ice cream, cake, and coffee
Plans were announced this week
was served. She was completely sur for an all-day Benton-Linn regional
prised for me caught her with her lay citizen’s conference, Saturday,
April 26, at the Corvallis high school.
Mrs. James Gordon has returned
The conference will be one of 20
from Portland where she has been in throughout the state under the joint
the hospital for special treatment.
sponsorship of the Oregon Congress
Mr. and Mrs. Lester Beeson of of Parents and Teachers and the Ore
BEFORE BUYING SHOES
Eugene visited Mr. and Mrs. L. C. gon Education association for the pur
Davis in Idanha last week.
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Ray Johnson of Detroit telephone some of the major problems facing
company is installing the new dial education in Oregon.
Those attending will be specially
Pfc. Jerry O’Brien is visiting his
parents Mr. and Mrs. R. O’Brien, He invited representatives of farm or
CHARLES VMPHRESS, Prop.
is on leave from Camp Roberts, Calif. ganizations,community service groups,
Mrs. Charlotte Harris and daughter, radio station commentators, the press,
Open 7 A.M. to 7 P.M.
also Mr. Ward were dinner guests at civic leaders, educators and parents.
the Gudne Geston home last week.
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family were weekend guests at the
Gudne Geston home. They are from
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Baker drove in
town with their trailer home last
One Door South of Model Food Market
Monday. Mr. Baker will work a while
around Idanha and they will visit
their son, Roy Baker, in the meantime.
Mr. and Mrs. Huber Ray have re
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turned home from a trip.
2 to 16 Years
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Brasmer went to I
Scappoose, Willamette slough salmon
fishing last week—fishing was good
Cpl. Frank Brasmer, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Geo. Brasmer is now at Camp
Belvoir, Va. He was home on leave
recently from Korea.
PTA Conference Sat.
Full Soles and
Chuck's Shoe Shop
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Fishing season is here again. To
believe it one had only to drive out
along the Little North Fork Sunday
where the road was lined with cars
and the banks with fishermen. Alice
Bickett, one of Elkhorn’s youngest
fishermen made a catch of three the
first morning. Alice is very conscien
tious in her fishing and demands each
fish be measured for legal size for
she doesn’t want to be picked up by
Mrs. Carl Longnecker and Mrs.
Louie Ray were Salem visitors Mon
day. They were accompanied by Mrs.
Longnecker’s son. Bob van Eaton, whp
had spent the weekend with his par
ents and was returning to Oakland
where he is stationed with the Sea
Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Newsome of
Sisters were callers at the Bill Bickett
guests included Mr. and Mrs. W. A.
Billington of Scio.
Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Shelton of X
City were Elkhorn visitors Friday.
Ike Myers returned to the Veterans
hospital in Portland Monday for
further X-rays and checkup. He had
spent most of the previous week there.
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