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About The Mill City enterprise. (Mill City, Or.) 1949-1998 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 21, 1952)
5—THE MILL CITY ENTERPRISE
August 21, 1952
Visit Detroit Church
Detroit—Several out-of-town guests
SUNDAY and MONDAY
i attended services at the Detroit Com-
SUSAN HAYWARD and
munity Chritsian church Sunday-
Mrs. Edna McCreary Hosts I Guest
speaker for the service was Leo
Gates lucky Twelve Club
Welch, who were enroute to spend a
Mrs. Edna McCreary little knew week vacationing at Suttle Lake, sang
The August meeting of the Lyuhs, that her day as hostess for Gates a duet during the service.
Garden club was held at the commu- Lucky Twelve Pinochle club would be
Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Sommers from
unity hall Wednesday afternoon with such a memorable one as she prepared. the Church of Lebanon attended the
Mabel Downing and Helen McCluig Indeed it was apple pie everything. Detroit church on their way to vaca
at 5:15, 7:30 Sunday
as hostess and arrangements chair Apple pie and cheese were the main tion for a week at Breitenbush hot
men. Laura Neal, president, and foundation of the day’s dessert lunch springs.
Frances Garsjo, secretary, presided eon.
TUESDAY and WEDNESDAY
Guest of the James Stocks at the
Things sparkled as they got under
over the meeting.
Sunday service was Mrs. Alma Geigum
JOHN WAYNE and
Each member responded to roll cal) way among the Twelvers. Bubbling of Salem.
by naming the flower of her birthday with luck was Grandma Millie Wood.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Vandershot of
“Grandma” Wood got that way for
the first time at 5 a.m. the morning Turner, where Mr. Vandershot is con
Plans were discussed for the fall before the card session. "Grandma’s" i nected with the Christian Old Peo
flower show which will be held at the first was a grandson. She took first ple’s Home, were also guests at the
Rebekah hall September 12. Gladys prize also so her day would be com Detroit service Sunday, as were the
Kuiken, general chairman, appointed plete.
Mr. and Mrs. Alger Fitch of Mil
the following committees: schedule,
Living in the shadow of “Grand waukie, where Mr. Fitch is minister
Mabie Downing, Gertrude Weidman, ma's” capers Thursday were Mrs. Bea of the Christian church.
Clare Feenstra, Helen McClurg; stag Graunke and her pinochle prize and
ing Eleanor Christenson, Frances Mrs. Lila Bushnell, low prize.
day. Other guests at the Pound home
THURSDAY, FRIDAY and
Garsjo, Garnett Bassett, Doris Roy;
Mrs. ( arl Kelly (left) and Mrs. Shields Remine are seen receiving 300
this week were the Harold Pounds of
fresh Vanda Orchids from United Airlines pilot at the Salem airport.
entry, Nina A’Neil, Bea Hiatt, Eleanor
Eugene over the weekend and Joel
I he orchids were flown here to be presented to the ladies during Monday
Smith, Mabel Downing; classification,
Pound of Columbus, Ga., and Cliff night’s program of the State Softball tourney in Mill City. Flowers were
Agnes Brotherton, Anne Pietrok,
Jewell Hartnell; publicity, Eva Bress
ler, Gertrude Weidman, Jackie Smith;
located in lx>s Angeles. He is a former classmate of Mrs. Kelly and
Mrs. Hatcher of Coquille, mother
hospitality, Ethel Huffman, Alice children are visiting his paients in
(Photo by Robert Veness)
Huber, Mrs. Loose: clean up, Gladys New Jersey during the month of of Russell Brown is visiting her son
Stiffler, Anne Pietrok, Lola Lambert; August.
ments of breath-taking thrills.
Mrs. Walter Harris of Salem, Fr. Schubert Transferred
clerks, Mary Fink, Carrie Naue; food,
Mr. and Mrs. Ford Wilson and
— Plus —
Charlie Chase, previously seen at
Mattie Stout, Madine Nuttieman.
Jeanne were in Eugene a few days former Mill City resident visited Mrs.
the fair, will be on hand with his fam
ous “chawing” routines.
Mill City Garden club will meet on
St. Catherine’s Catholic church in
For the rodeo-minded, a special
to Lebanon Saturday. On Sun Mill City will lose Fr. Franz Schubert
Clayton Baltimores 21st Thursday, August 28th at the home of trip
treat is in store with the appearance
Mrs. H. Schroeder. The errors ana
after this Sunday, according to word of the Christenson Brothers of Eugene.
displays of the flower show will be in Mill City.
received today. Fr. Schubert will go With a goal of $9500 in cash and a
to St. Patrick's in Portland.
On Friday evening, August 15, the discussed. Mrs. Chas. Dolezal, show
$2500 State Fair trophy, the West’s
Melbourne Rambos opened their home chairman and Mrs. H. D. Pound, pres day were Rev. and Mrs. C. R. Brewer
Father Schubert will have served leading cowboys will compete for
to friends of Mr. and Mrs. Clayton ident wish to thank all those who
one year in the St. Catherine’s mis Worlds’ Championship points, based
Kids Matinee discontinued
Baltimore on their 21st wedding an- helped to make the show a success.
sion of the St. Boniface Catholic on a point for each dollar won. Tabbed
niversary. A picnic dinner was en-
A tiny 4 lb. 13 oz. baby girl was to their home in Prineville Wednes church in Sublimity, Sunday.
The for appearance at the rodeo are: Casey
joyed, tables being laid outside under born to Mr. and Mrs. Donald Nelson
Doors open at 7:20 P.M.
day after two weeks stay with their Mill City church is a mission of the Tibbs, World’s champion cowboy, fea
Complete show can he seen any
of Trinity Center, Calif., on August glandparents, the Glen Sheltons.
tured in Life magazine; Felix Cooper,
time up to 8:30
A gift was presented to the Balti 10. The little girl has been named
the colored clown and his balk buddy,
Mr. and Mrs. Lowell Stiffler, Wayne
Rochelle. Mrs. Nelson will be lemem- and Neal and Mr. and Mrs. Jim Hyden
Buster the mule; Eddie Ackridge,
Those present were the honor guests bered as Vera Hathaway. Mr. and
champion bare-back rider; and Sunny anQHninQDnEtKinisnnotntHnHHnmno
and boys are spending a few days at
Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Baltimore and Mrs. H. Nelson are the paternal grand
Turman, former World’s champion in
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Jimmy, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Millsap. parents and Mr. and Mrs. Lester
bare-back riding. The nightly rodeo Tax Consultant
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Brisbin, Mr. and Hathaway, maternal grandpai ents.
thing that’s new and of special interest will also feature such personalities a-.
Mrs. Elmer Stewart and children of Little Rochelle is the Hathaways 10th graphed anywhere, Funeral sprays, to the farmer or rancher is promised. Patsy Stout, tops in trick roping and
Gates; Mr, and Mrs. Claude Bruder, grandchild.
Mrs. Lester Hathaway planters, pot plants, corsages, wed
On the entertainment side of the riding: Nancy Shepherd, feminine ar
Mr .and Mrs. Del Smith, Mr. and Mrs. returned Tuesday from Trinity Center. dings, also shrubs and landscaping. 1952 exposition, will be features ga tist with a rope and horse; Don Camp
Bert Morris, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Duffy,
Mill City pupils ot the Paul Arm 319 W. Washington, Stayton. Phone lore, according to Joe Simeral, man bell and his coast-wise-famed palo
Bookkeeping, Accounting and
Mr. and Mrs. George Veteto, Mr. and strong school of dancing who attended 3684.
42tf ager of feature attractions.
mino, the Talisman, acknowledged
Mrs. Charles Kelly and Johnnie, Julia a performance at the Molalla theatre
Mr. and Mrs. Dwight Catherwood
Topping the list, is the nightly stage
Bassett and Rosalie, Rachael Olm Wednesday night were Charlie and and Woody were weekend guests ot
Corner 3rd 4 Marion
revue, playing all eight nights before $25,000 gold and silver saddle. Events
stead, Lettie Swan, Mel Robinson, Carol Stewart, Ellen Marie Longfel his mother Mrs. A. F. Catherwood, the grandstand audiences.
SI \YTON, ORE.
Titled slated for the rodeo include: bare-back
Marie Stewart and Nancy and Charles low, Bonnie Barton, Linda and Laura driving to Lebanon Sunday for a fam “Fun Incorporated”, the show is pro riding, calf-roping bull-dogging or
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Jr., the host and hostess Mr. and Mrs. Lee, Jo Pinkston and Carol and Shir ily dinner with Mrs. Catherwood s duced by Larry Allen Inc., one of the steer wrestling, and Brahma bull and Telephone 4114
Melbourne Rambo, George and Laura ley Veness.
West Coasts’ largest talent and book
Harking back to the good old days,
Mr. and Mrs. John Donnelly spent ing agencies. Jack Marshall, the fun
Mrs. A. J. Rogers of Elma, Wash.,
and Mr. and Mrs. Bob Bena, Bremer a few days in Portland last week.
ny man with the flexible face, will a balloon ascension and parachute
P. W. Byers of Long Beach, Calif., emcee the all-star revue, featuring jump will be a free attraction every
Linseed oil is made from seeds of ton, were guests of their niece ano
the flax plant.
cousin, Mrs. H. D. Pound on Mednes-
six topflight, nationally and interna
Joiner and family for two weeks.
tionally-known acts, Phil Bovero anu made form the vicinity of the farm
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Vanakin and his network orchestra and 16 Helen machinery area and Ralph Wiggins,
two children of Los Angeles, Calif., O’Neill dancing darlings in colorful Hollywood daredevil, after performing
nephew of Mrs. Harry Wood, were production numbers.
Among the acrobatics on a trapeze bar some 1500
guests over the weekend. Their headline acts slated to appear are the
on his parachute jump.
mother Ruby Vanakin making the trip following:
“We have planned the 1952 Oregon
home with them.
The Tunesmiths, eight men with
WHEN YOU THINK OF SCHOOL CLOTHES —
Fair,” said Mr. Leo G. Spitzbart,
nothing but melody — real barber
Mill City visitor Tuesday.
shop harmony on their minds, direct general manager, “to afford some
Bert Jull and son and daughter. from appearances o:i leading radio thing for every family to thoroughly
I from Auburn, Calif., and Miss Edith shows, including the Standard Hour.
I Barnes of Lodi, Calif., were overnight
The Wilder Brothers, three friendly
| guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. fellows who have a way with a song,
I Hugh Jull. They are cousins of Mr. presenting fast-moving but melodic
Mr. Jull was bringing his interpretations of the days* top tunes.
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Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Stanley arm dance routines that have given then,
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