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About The Mill City enterprise. (Mill City, Or.) 1949-1998 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 21, 1952)
Auru.t 21. 1952
4— THE MILL CITY ENTERPRISE
Scheduled Aug. 28
Mill City high school will issue foot
ball equipment to all prospective mem
bers of this year’s team on Thurs
day, August 28th.
room will be open all day from 9 a.m.
to 7 p.m. Practice will start Thurs
day nite under the lights at 7:30 p.m.
The first game is with Sweet Home
Bs” on the Uth of Sent. (Thursday).
This game will be at night on Sweet
Home’s athletic field.
This year’s team will be made up
of a veteran backfield with a sprink-1
ling of veterans through the line.
Mill City's first home game will not
be until in October. Complete sched- j
ule will be printed later.
Erv Lind Florists To Paul Smith Ready
Play Colored Champs For Walking Race
The Erv Lind Florists women's soft
ball aggregation former world’» cham
pions, from Portland will meet the
Los Angeles Ebonettes, winners of the
Los Angeles metropolitan area cham
pionship at Allen Field in Mill City
on Thursday, August 28, 7:30 p.m.
The Florists will feature the pitch-
ing talents of Betty Evans Grayson,
who recently returned to play for the
Portland team that she carried to
the national championship.
spent three years as the leading hurler
in the Women's Pofessional Softball
league while performing for the Chi
cago Queens champions.
Outfielder Pat Carson, a teammate
of Betty’s with the Chicago Queens
and formerly of Silverton, will also
be in the lineup for the Florists.
The Florists team will be conclud
ing a long series of successful exhibi
tion games throughout the state when
they meet the Colored Ebonettes here,
Admission will be fl.00 for adults and
50 cents for children.
Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Mays and
children from Rainier, and Mr. and
Mrs. H. E, Smith and family from
Brookings, Calif., are visiting at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. Van Pritchard.
The two ladies are daughters of the
Ben Yapit from Hawaii was a re
cent guest at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. Paul Gerath. He was a house
• Whit a comfort it is, in
time of serious illness, to
know that hands—skilled
and experienced in the
task assigned—serve you
with painstaking care.
Your prescription is im
portant to you—em/ to us.
Oregon's Walking Man from Mill
City even has two doctors’ okay on
his health insofar as his try at re
taining his walking record Saturday,
August 30, is concerned,
Paul Smith, 68, has two men in
terested in his 3100.00 "walking-man”
Jack Barrett, 41, Oregon
Teamster, and Harry G. Roisum, 43,
J. G. Watts Construction company en
trant will pit their walking ability
against that of Smith.
Present plans are that the race will
start Saturday. August 30, at the Ore
gon State Fair grounds. From the
Fair the walkers will proceed to the
new state office building in Portland
and then return to Salem and one lap
around the fair ground’s track.
Big worry for Smith is the large
amount of traffic on highway 99, he
indicated today. This problem showed
up when Smith made a trial run to
Oregon’s governor, Douglas McKay and his horse, Eugene Pevine, will be
on hand for the big two-day Salem Rodeo and Horse Show at the Posse
Grounds on South River road in Salem. Saturday and Sunday afternoons.
August 23 and 24, according to Gene Teague, Stayton Chevrolet dealer.
a week’s vacation here. They were James, John Worden, Harley Scott,
guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. I Glen Julian, Alex Bodeker from Lyons,
John Kunkle. They also visited in Martin Jepson of Mill City, Elmer
' Limbeck of Scio, Ellis Christenson,
The Lewis family held its reunion Stanley Forrest, Bill Kirgil from Stay
at Silver Creek Falls Sunday. Those ton.
Mr. and Mrs. John McClurg have
attending were Mr. and Mrs. Bert
guest of Lloyd Gerath who spent sev Lyons, Mr. and Mrs. Velvie Lewis, Mr. as their guest his son, Jerry McClurg,
eral days at the home of his parents. and Mrs. Clyde Lewis, Lucile and Beu from San Antonio, Texas.
The two boys are with the state for
Mr. and Mrs. Dick Olmstead, Velvie, marine for several years.
esters near Camas Valley.
Jeanine, Frances, Linda and Lee, all
Mr. and Mrs. Percy Hiatt with
Mr. and Mrs. Cyril Lyons, Klamath,
of Lyons; Amos Vass, Mrs. Roxi» their daughter and family, Mr. and
Calif., were weekend guests at the
Trask, Salem; Mrs. Nannie Martit,, Mrs. Harry Elmer and son, Gail, of
home of his parents, Mr. and Mr».
Coquile; Mr. and Mrs. Everett Lewis, Albany, are enjoying fishing at Sile-
Bandon; Mrs. Vanita Manning, Tilla quell lake on the coast.
Mrs. Clarence Rosheim received mook; Mr. and Mrs. Robert Fulham,
Lyons was represented in the state
word Monday of the death of her McMinnville; Mr. and Mrs. Walter
mother, Mrs. Lula Collins, who was a Fraser, Hillsboro; Miss Jean Thomas. softball tournament held in Mill City
resident of Gates and had been in a Mill City; Mrs. Ed Castle, Mehama. this week, with Bob Carleton and
Duane Downing playing on the Kelly
nursing home in Salem following a
The Women’s Society of Christian team.
Service held a picnic Tuesday at the
The Rev. R. A. Feenstra was guest
Mr. and Mrs. Art Jensen Jr. ahd Glen Julian place in the grove. A
children of Superior, Mont., left Sun potluck dinner was served, followed speaker at the Santiam Valley grange
day for their home after a week's by a short business meeting and de Friday, reporting on the institute ut
visit with the Leo Crusons. Mrs. Jen votions led by Mrs. Feenstra. Mrs. town and country churches held at
sen is a sister of Mrs. Cruson.
Reta Cruson was in charge of the
Mrs. Everett Limbeck was honored
Mrs. Alice Huber attended the re business meeting due to the absence
with a shower at the Hugh Johnston
union of the McDonald family, held of Alice Huber, president.
home with Mrs. Johnston, Mrs. Jack
near Scio Sunday.
were Anna B. Julian, Grandma Julian,
Christenson and Mrs. Floyd Bassett
Mr. and Mrs. Irving Palmer of Stay Dorie Roy, Ethel Huffman, Martha
ton and Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Cruson Cruson, Reta Cruson. Verna Ward,
Visiting at the home of Mr. and
of Lyons returned home Sunday from Alta Bodeker, Jewell Hartnell, Jessie
Sam Culwell are his brother aud '
a trip to Reno, Nev.
Chamberlain, Mrs. Van Pritchard, Rev
wife, Mr, and Mrs. Joe Culwell from
Mrs. Lois Myers was hostess for
Archer City, Texas, and Mrs. Clara
the meeting of the home economics Mrs. Ella McCoy, and Evelyn Julian.
Soloman from Wichita Falls, Texas.
club of the Santiam valley grange at
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Stevens have
Sunday, a family reunion was held at
her home at Elkhorn Tuesday aftet- gone to Sheridan, Wyo., where they
the Culwell home. Present were Mr.
noon. Leora Stevens, chairman, pre will visit his father who is hospital- j
and Mrs. A. B. Culwell from Port
sided over the meeting.
ized with a broken hip. He is 82.
land: Mr. and Mrs. Ray Short, Salem,
Plans were made for the annual
The Altar society of the St. Patrick Mr. and Mrs. Howard Naue, Sandy;
harvest festival which will be held in Catholic church met at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Hershel Culwell and
September. Present for the meeting Mrs. Sam Bridges Thursday evening. family, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Culwti'.
were Leora Stevens, Celene Taylor, Plans were discussed for the bazaar and son, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Culwell >1
May Patton, Jennie Bohannon, Fern which will be held in the near future. Lyons, Rev. and Mrs. Lee Joiner of
Sletto, Melvina Franklin, Garnett Bas Attending the meeting were Ruth Mill City, and the guests from Texas.
sett and Viola Zander,
Lyons, Leola Phelps, Ida Free, Mary I
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. McCoy and
Mr. and Mrs. Howard Bennett of Fink, Martha Jungwirth, Gertrude
daughter Joan, and a friend from
Butte, Mont., are visitors at the home Jungwirth, Loraine Free, Peggy
Los Angeles, Calif., visited Saturday
of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Cruson.
Framherz and Father Bernard.
Mr. and Mrs. Keith Salchenberger
Honoring Mrs. Limbeck were: Me»- evening with Rev. and Mrs. Feenstra
and children left Saturday for their dames Orville Downing, Earl Thayer,, and Mrs. Ella McCoy.
home at Arcata, Calif., after spending Walter Aronson, Charles Power, Ed 1 Rev. and Mrs. Feenstra and the Ed
Hargreaves family and visiting famu>
‘ drove to the Breitenbush Sunday for
| a picnic dinner. Mrs. Amel Winzei
| from Sweet Home will spend son«
I time at the home of her daughter and
soni-n-law, Mr. and Mrs. Don N’aue
Visiting at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. Merwin Knox and family are net
sister and family, Mr. and Mrs. V. J.
Henderson, Carol, Sue and Brenda.
from Corcoran, Calif.
Roger Knox, who have been visiting
relatives in California for the last
seven weeks, returned to the home
of their parents with them.
Mr. and Mrs. John Prideaux, Jean,
David, Tommy and Joy, visited friend»
at Clatskanie over the weekend.
GROUNDS and GOOD
AUG. 30 through SEPT. 6
Where Friend» Meet
On Highway 222, Linn County Side
George “Sparky” Differ
AUGUST 20th to 30th Inclusive
Results of 1952 State Softball Tournament
Dint. 5 — SALEM (Score: 2)
Dht. 15 —CORA ALLIS (Score: 1)
August I 7. 7 :(»(» p.m.
EI GENE (10)
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August 18, 9:30 p.m.
Disi. 8 — (TN I’R \l. POINT (1)
CENTRAL POINT (0)
AiiguNt 16. 8:00 p.m.
Dis(. 2 — TILL \MOOK (0)
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Di«(. 12 — NYSSA (0)
MILL (TTY (I)
August 16, 9:15 p.m.
HOST. Ilixt. 14 —MILL CITY (3)
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