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About The Mill City enterprise. (Mill City, Or.) 1949-1998 | View Entire Issue (June 5, 1952)
THE MILL CITY ENTERPRISE
June 5, 1952
M. C. Churches Hold
Mill City Ministerial Association
SI NDAY and MONDAY
observed Memorial Day by special
J ANE M 4 MAN and
services Friday morning tn the Mill
CH \RLES LAUGHTON
City grade school auditorium. This
program was the first such Memorial
services conducted by the leaders of
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Toman Sr. Mill City's churches. Mill City Amer
Leaders of Camp Fire Girls in the were hosts in their home. Saturday-
Feature at 5:15, 7:30 Sunday
ican Legion members presented the
Wilamette area council had a one-day evening for a formal party to honor
colors during the ceremony.
session of fun, fellowship and train members of the '52 graduating class
Rev. W. l>. Turnbull of the Mill City
TUESDAY and WEDNESDAY
ing in directing their groups when of Mill City high school, Games were
they met at Camp Kilowan on May played, Patricia Cree and Dolores Assembly of God church led the con-
JANE RUSSELL and
gregation in group singing. He and
27. There were sixty leaders from the Poole having charge,
The hostess !
his wife sang “Some Golden Day-
three counties, Marion, Benton and awarded prizes. Group singing was
Polk counties which comprise the Will also enjoyed.
amette area council. Three leaders
The hostess served refreshments to
attended from Mill City. An author Mrs. Edith Mason, Mr. and Mrs. Henry cation. The principal speaker for the
| services was Rev. Noble Streeter of
ity on nature, Mrs. Elwood Smith of Chaney, Misses Leia Kelly, Donna
Corvallis conducted several interesting Cooke, Patricia Cree, Dolores Poole, the Presbyterian church.
The names of those who have given
excursions during the day.
Vera Loucks, Ardith Jones, and Del-
After gorging themselves on tasty mer Skillings, Bob Shelton, David their lives in the armed forces of
food, the group assembled near Lake ' Keyes, Gary Peterson, and Dennis our country in the Civil war, World
war I and II and the Korean conflict church Sunday school,
Bubble" Forest Grove, are visiting their grand
Kiloqua where they could supervise Mart tala.
BETTE DAVIS and
were read by Hugh Jull, minister of Sunday if you are not in SS elsew here ' mother for two weeks, and attending
their young children playing in the i
B \RRY SULLO' \N
the First Christian church.
come and find out just what “Bubble daily vacation Bible school.
shallow water, and Mrs. Ben Green
Taps was sounded by Gary Peterson Sunday means”.
wood of Corvallis told some of the
Rev. and Mrs. J. R. Stewart, former
at the conclusion of the program as
Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Linse of Bend district superintendent of the Free
history and traditions of Camp Kilo
the Colors were retired. Mill City were weekend guests of the Frank
wan. Mrs. Greenwood was the first
Methodist church and active in build
director of camp in the early years ' The Salem unit of the National Fed band under the direction of professor Barneys. They were all Sunday din-' ing the church here was a visitor at
when there were no cabins on the' eration of Republican Women's clubs Earl Loucks presented music for the ner guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Clark. ( the Rev. Tremaine home Sunday. He
James Day, serviceman
Those attending the graduation of has just returned from Joplin, Mo.,
present site. The younger high school | will meet Monday afternoon, June 9 at occasion.
FRIDAY and SATURDAY
buried at sea during World war II was Miss Mildred Toman from Lewis and
2 o’clock at the Senator hotel.
girls’ unit now is named for her.
and will visit a daughter in Salem.
Aloha Ed Lune will play a group given special recognition during the Clark college in Portland Sunday were
Mrs. Carl Bryan, a Blue Bird leader
ALL COLOR SHOW!
Mr. and Mrs. James Swan and Miss
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Toman Sr., Mr.
from Salem, led camp singing. Mrs. marimba numbers. Dave Hoss will be service Memorial Day.
Marion Pecheck spent the holidays
Stephen McNally in
and Mrs. Albert Toman Jr., Mr. and
Sylvia Forbes demonstrated an inter
City were: Percy S. McElroy, Richard Mrs. Jack Scott and Mrs. Edith Mason.'
esting craft project which could be as I See It”.
— Plus —
Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Schroeder
done with simple equipment.
Frankie Laine in
Forbes is director of Camp Kilowan held. Members will please bring any P. Dard, W. Jackson, William E. Fear were visiting her brother and family, will met Wednesday, June 11, at the
object that is suitable to use in a flow heller, Minnie S. Mulkey, E. S. Chase. the Harvey Beesons in Otis, Ore., over home of Mrs. Ed Cooke. There will
Sl'NNY SIDE of the STREET
be a no-host luncheon at 12:30 o’clock,'
Mrs. Charles Harmon and Mrs. Lee er arrangement, such as bowls baskets, Cpl. Don A. Smith, G. W. Collins, W. the holiday weekend.
Kid's Matinee—2 p.m. Saturday
Pinkston of Mill City gave short, clear frogs, figurines, artistic driftwood B. Robertson, Matthias L. Patton,, Mrs. Frank Merrill, Carol Lea, followed by the business meeting and
Rex Allen Feature
Isiah Kitchen, Charles Henery Graves, Diane and Grant, Mrs. Francis Bod- program. The officers elected at the
and very helpful demonstrations of pieces, etc.
— Also —
bed-rolls and packs. Mrs, Portland
“Cake of the Week”
Wash., over the holiday to visit their
Rue also attended from Mill City.
Birthday Cake for:
Camp Kilowan is owned and oper
some of the middle western states
Michael Ia*nts and
Smith, Sgt. Darrel S. Hayward, Sam- [A.a stayed for a longer visit,
ated by the Willamette area council
of Camp Fire Girls, which is an agency
(Iriday) Charpilloz, David Roy Mar- ¡ng at The Dalles with his brother making the trip with her son and his
of the Community Chest. However,
Doors open at 7:20 P.M.
vin, Charles A. Marvin, Arthur Flat- anj famj]y.
no chest funds are in any way used
Complete show can be seen any
for camp, which is supported by the
RALEIGH HAROLD, Florist, open
time up to 8:30
June 1st marked the first Sunday Elmer Gallen, Louis Kanoff, who was Sundays and evenings, flowers tele with his parents. Minister and Mrs.
co-operation and endeavor of members
and friends of the Willamette area in the new church auditorium for the killed in the Spanish American war; graphed anywhere, funeral sprays, H. E. Jull, left Sunday morning for |
council of Camp Fire Girls, who do congregation of the Assembly of God Hapold Vayle Dean, Melvin R. Ohms, planters, pot plants, corsages, wed Seattle where he was called from the ,
nate their time, work and finances so church. The building is still in the Cpl. Jas. Edward Harmon, Robert Lee dings, also shrubs and landscaping. Naval Reserve into active service.
N ADIRALI Y
Floyd Shepherd was able to return
Calkins, who was killed in action in 319 W. Washington, Stayton. Phone
that this fine camp may serve their process of completion.
42tf to this work near Molalla, Monday, |
Rev. P. C. Walcher of Stayton was Nurenberg, Germany, April 18, 1945, 3684.
daughters in this area. Mill City has
had seven fine groups of girls in this guest speaker at the morning and son of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Calkins' The Free Methodist church congre after being confined to his home for j
of Lyons, and Gerald Lee Swan, E.M. gation held a picnic in Gates park about 10 days with an infected knee.
character - building organization this evening services Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Vaughan and '
Evangelist Phil Wayman of Everett, F.A., born December 13, 1932, killed Friday, Memorial day, with about 40
past year. This work can be carried
Caren, of Lebanon were
on only by means of the help and sup
guests Sunday in the H. E. Jull and
port of the Community Chest which services at the new Assembly of God Korean water January 11, 1951.
Recognition was given to Lawrence | Mr. and Mrs. Orville Oderman Geo. Flook homes.
contributes to the Willamette area church, starting Sunday evening, June
Mr. and Mrs. Ray Bushnell, Jerry
8 at 7:30, and continuing every night W. Talley who was killed in France moved their household goods to For-
council of Camp Fire Girls.
during the Battle of the Bulge, Jan. tuna, Calif., this week. Mr. Oderman Vinton and friends from Dalas, and
except Monday and Saturday.
Paster W. D. Turnbull extends a
Jim Cooke has returned home for a
few weeks visit before leaving on a cordial invitation to all to attend the was listed as mssing for one year Oderman, Kathleen and Jimmie are at Crane Prairie.
Mr. anil Mrs. Eddie Woods, Mr. and
before the death notice, Feb. 12, 1945. spending this week with her parents
summer cruise with the navy.
Day was born Dec, 11, 1923, in Su- and expects to leave the first of the Mrs. Jim Duvall, Mr. and Mrs. Bert
matra, Mont., came to Mill City in I week.
| Vanderhoof spent the holiday week-
Bookkeeping, Accounting and
1924. He was killed on Guam in the j Johnny and Kathy Schroeder of end at Redding, Calif.
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Corner 3rd & Marion
Camp Fire Leaders
Hold Training Camp
Tomans Entertain ’25
The Blue Veil
Salem Republican Women
Hold White Elephant Sale
Revival Services at
Assembly of God
W. N. SIMMONS
Mrs. Kenneth Crosier, who has been
ill the past few weeks was removed
to a Portland hospital last week for
Mrs. Milan Weston and daughter
Ronna, and Mrs. Lloyd Collingwood
of Klamath, California, visited family |
and friends over the weekend.
Next Sunday at the Community!
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