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About The Mill City enterprise. (Mill City, Or.) 1949-1998 | View Entire Issue (July 3, 1952)
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15 Varieties of Delicious Salads
Relish Sticks • Cold Cuts
Pickles - Cheese - Applesauce
Hot Boston Baked Beans
ROAST OREGON Tl'RKEY
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with Potatoes and Vegetable
Homemade Clover-leaf Rolls
Coffee by the Silex-full
Homemade Cake a la mode, Ice
Cream, Sherbet, or Hot
All you can eat — of
anything and everything I
From 11:30-8:30 on Weekday*
From 12 to 8 on Sunday«
With Mary Barton*»
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By MRS. EVA BRESSLER
After spending 10 days at the home
of his parents Mr. and Mrs. James
Toomb, A/IC John R. Toomb left for
Chanute, Ill., where he will enter elec
tronics specialist school.
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Moore have
as their guests Mrs. W. W. Carter,
and daughter Virginia Ann from An
Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Bassett and son
Cecil spent the weekend in Klamath
Falls. They were guests at the home
of her sister and husband Mr. and
Mrs. Arnold Burgess.
Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Rogers have
as their guest her mother Mrs. Kora
Allen from Des Moines, Iowa.
Mrs. Edna Waterman of Salem
spent Tuesday afternoon at the home
of Mrs. Inez Ring.
At the special meeting of the Peo
ples Co-operative Telephone company
Phil Bell was elected secretary to
replace Jim Lande who resigned.
Mrs. John McClurg went to Port-
( land Friday where she spent the rest
I of the week with her parents who are
I both in ill health. Mr. McClurg went
for her Sunday returning home in the
Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Berry spent
the weekend in Portland. They were
; guests at the home of her brother and
David and Johnnie Trahan of Lyons
JOMi T h S
spent several days at Suttle Lake.
They were among the boys attending
the retreat for tha Oregonian carriers.
Their trip was made possible by ob
taining subscriptions for the paper.
The regular meeting of the Santiam
Valley grange which falls on Friday
night, the Fourth of July has been
postponed until Friday, July 18.
Mr. and Mrs. John Prideaux went to
Portland Monday morning, where they
attended funeral services for his
mother Mrs. Frances Prideaux who
passed away in that city Thursday
Rev. and Mrs. Rinke Feenstra will
spend several days this week at the
coast, at the Devil’s Punchbowl, They
will also visit in Toledo, a former
charge of the Feenstra’s
During the absence of the Feen-
stra’s the pulpit will be supplied by
tthe Newberg laymen who visited here
last summer, Mr. A. A. Anderson will
bring the message and L. L. Putman
will lead the singing and bring mes
sages in song.
Sandra Kay and Roger Knox, chil
dren of Mr. and Mrs. Merwin Knox
have gone to Corcoran, Calif., where
they will visit relatives.
Mr. and Mrs. Willard Berry ano
son Allen of Sweet Home visited re!-
atives in Lyons Sunday, They were
guests at the Paul Pennington, George
Berry and Alex Bodeker homes.
Mr. and Mrs. Myles Henderson of sight-seeing at Yellowstone park.
Salem were Sunday guests at the
Hazel Lewis left Thursday morning
home of Mrs. Ina Stockwell.
for Portland, she will visit relative*
Mr. and Mrs. Vern Nydegger and
there, and go on to Seattle where she
daughter Barbara, spent last week |
From there sh»
will visit friends.
wil visit her father at Des Moines,
Sunday dinner truest* at the home
of Mr. and Mrs. John Neal were Mr.
and Mrs. Dell Westenhouse and daugh
ter Charmano, of Scio, and Florence
Flande from Albany, Mr. and Mrs. I
Dell Westenhouse and Mr. and Mrs. I
Holly Westenhouse were Tuesday eve
ning guests at the Neal home, honor
ing them on their wedding anniver
John Neal and Howard Baldwin
from the Baldwin clothing store left
June 20 on a ten-day vacation trip.
They will visit Grants Pass, Medford
and go south as far as Redding, Calif.
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gold plan to spend a month’s vaca
tion driving to New York.
In Portland last week end were Mr.
and Mrs. Cal Schlador who visited
Mrs. Schlador’s brother, ill at the Vet
Visitors at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. Frank Moore at the Detroit
ranger station the past weekend were
Mr. and Mrs. Bob Payette and daugh
ter of Snow Peak, and Mr. and Mrs.
Jack Stigmuller and family of Cor-
Mr. and Mrs. Howard Dean
their children spent the weekend at
Mr. and Mrs. Fritz Morrison and
family were called to Grants Pass
for the weekend where Mr. Morrison's
father is seriously ill.
Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Hellwig of Mon
gold spent the past weekend in Port
land where they attended a house-
wraming at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
W. W. Halsey.
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By MRS. S. T. MOORE
Motoring in Canada on a vacation
trip are Mr. and Mrs. Huber Ray and
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Haseman.
The Idemo Star club met Thursday
with Mrs. Huber Ray. Club members
revealed secret pals by means of gifts
to each other, since many members
are expected to be moving away soon.
Next regular meeting of the club will
be held in September.
The Idanha lumber company is shut
down to give employees a vacation
until after the July Fourth
The former scaler’s house and gar
age at the old ranger station site have
been moved to the new station where
the house will be occupied by Carl
Ball, prevention guard for the forest
Mr. and Mrs. Fritz Morrison and
family were called to Grants Pass
or the week end where Morrison’s
father is ill.
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Koch of Mon
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