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About The Mill City enterprise. (Mill City, Or.) 1949-1998 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 4, 1952)
8—THE MILL CITY ENTERPRISE
September 4, 1952 i
The Christian Woman’s Fellowship
will meet next Wednesday, September
10 at 2 p.m. at the home of Mrs.
Emma Teter, with Mrs. Helen Jull
GILBERT ROLAND and
as program leader.
The grand master of Odd Fellows
No. 144 will visit the lodge on official
business Sept. 12th, according to a
notice given by C. A. Bruder, secre
of the lodge. All members are
The Gates Woman’s club held their
Ta-Wan-Ten-Ya group of Camp Fire
Feature at 5:20, 7:30 Sunday
meeting Thursday evening in the rec Girls of Mill City tried out their camp urged to attend.
Miss Freda Thayer underwent major
reation room of the La Vista trailer ing and cooking ability Thursday
surgery in the Memorial hospital in
court with Mrs. Geo. Clise and Mrs. night at Silver Creek Falls.
Salem and was expected to be hospi
Don Miley as hostesses. Mrs. W. E,
During the evening and night the talized until the middle of this week.
Hudson presided at the business ses
girls took over the preparation of food Miss Thayer taught in the Mill City
for the group and the setting up of high school last school term.
The teachers of the Gates schools camp. A ceremonial was staged
H. I. Plymale and Minister and Mrs.
will be entertained at a reception in around the glowing camp fire at the
the social rooms of the school Thurs beautiful overnight camping recrea H. E, Jull attended a recent meeting
of the North Willamette district of
day, Sept. 18. Mrs. Kenneth Martig tion area.
the Ninety and Nine Men at Turner.
was appointed chairman of the com
Those taking part in the camping
Mrs. Erma Anderson, owner and
mittee in charge of the reception. Mrs. jaunt and a hike on a trail that leads
of the dress shop in Mill
W. R. Hutcheson will act as toast- under Silver Creek Falls were Misses
City, closed her shop Saturday night
Sibyl Dart, Olive Taylor, Pyhllis Pate, and is moving to Portland where Mr.
The committee in charge of the pro Karen Rue, Carol Veness, Shereen Anderson is employed. The Ander
— ON THE STAGE —
gram includes Mrs. Robert Levon, Muir, Ila Mae Albright and Coralyn
sons have two school age boys.
Mrs. A. T. Barnhardt, Mrs. Kay Mc Harman who was a guest of Ta-Wan-
Mrs. Lee Owens and daughter Janie,
Carty and Mrs. Martig.
who have moved to Sacramento, Calif.,
adjournment Patty Pennick, 7, in cos
Miss Ila Mae Albright’s mother, were in Mill City last week to com
tume gave two dances and Mrs. Mary Mrs. Albright, assisted Mrs. Charles plete packing and moving their furni
A Swell Comedy—Local Cast
Champ of Salem showed a number of Harman, the group’s leader in lending ture. Mr. Owens was formerly em
colored films depicting scenes of Y’el- a hand when needed by the girls.
ployed with Consolidated Builders, In
lowstone park, which she had taken
corporated, at the Detroit dam.
on her recent trip.
Pete Valdez, of the Mill City Kelly’s
THURSDAY, FRIDAY and
Refreshments were served by the i Mrs. Bertha Vanderhoff
Boysen Paint softball team, who was
hostesses to 18 members present andj
awarded the trophy for outstanding
Abbott and Costello in
special guests, Mrs. William Pennick, [ Entertains Lucky 12
player of the state softball tourna
Mrs. Mary Champ, Mrs. Rosa Roten,
The fire season provoked an up ment held here the middle of last
Mrs. Lewis Brown, Mrs. R. F. An- swing in Gates Lucky Twelve Pinochle month, left Thursday for Richland,
dreasson and Mrs. J. R. Brown of enthusiasts' cardster fortunes. Host Wash., where he will play in the soft-
ess Bertha Vanderhoff led the lucky ball regional playoff.
— Plus — Technicolor
Miss Diane Rita Peterson left Port
way with a club guest, Mrs. Beverly
Humphrey. Hostess Vanderhoff and land Saturday morning by bus to visit
Mrs. Clarence Jungwirth Mrs. Humphrey held 1500 trump. Mrs. her brother and his family Don Peter
Vanderhoff matched the appetites of son of Silverdale, Wash. She will
Honored by Shower
her guests with adequate chicken pies. return Monday with Don and family
Kid’s Matinee—2 p.m. Saturday
Mrs. Harvey Kanoff, Mrs. Joe John Grandma Millie Wood was still at who will spend a vacation here.
Durango—‘Fort Savage Raiders’
Minister H. E. Jull of the local
Married at Mt. Angel—Mr. and Mrs. James
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son and Mrs. Art Olmstead were host it. She raised the roof with 1000 aces.
ess for a shower honoring Mrs. Clar Mrs. Inez Teal ballooned to top bill Christian church announces that Law Erwert) were married August 23 in St. Mary’s Catholic church at Mt.
Doora open at 7:20 P.M.
Angel. The bride is the daughter of Mrs. Anna Erwert of Mt. Angel and
ence Jungwirth, held at the Rebekah ing and high prize. Mrs. Jean Wilson rence Baird, evangelist of Myrtle
Complete show can be seen any
time up to 8:30
hall Thursday evening.
(Photo courtesy Capital Journal and Artz studio)
Mrs. Bea Graunke fought the elements two-weeks' evangelistic meeting be
Games furnished the entertainment,
and saved the low prize for herself. ginning Sunday, October 5.
followed by opening of the gifts, after
RALEIGH HAROLD, Florist, open
Mrs. Beverly Humphrey and Mrs. Dor
which dainty refreshments were served
othy Johnson were the guests of the Sundays and evenings, flowers tele
to Mrs. Jungwirth, the honored guest
graphed anywhere. Funeral sprays,
Twelve group for the day.
Mrs. Francis Lott of Stayton, Mrs. Lucky
planters, pot plants, corsages, wed
By MRS. S. T. MOORE
dings, also shrubs and landscaping.
Art Anderson of .Mehama. Mrs. George
James Mason and Daryl Guy, for
CARD OF THANKS
319 W. Washington, Stayton. Phone
Mielke of Gates and Mesdames Hugh
Only three months remain for an
42tf merly of Salem, have opened the Spill
Johnston, Vern Nydegger, Wayne Ran
We wish to express our sincere
27,000 Oregon veterans to PUBLIC ACCOUNTANT
som, Jerry Lyons, Sam Bridges, John thanks to the Mill City fire
World War II bonus,
Bookkeeping, Accounting and
Jungwirth, Robert Cremer, Lloyd Free, ment for their prompt and fine serv
Jack Duggan, Rinke Feenstra, Alex ice in nutting out the fire in our store
fairs warned today.
Burns for antelope hunting.
Bodeker, Fred Lindemann, Bert Lyons, on Labor day, and to those who sal Wood home Saturday.
Corner 3rd 4 Marion
Mr. and Mrs. Tom Floyd have moved
Carl Cover, claims chief for the de
Mr. and Mrs. James Barton and
Floyd Bassett, Clyde Bressler. Her vaged frozen goods after the fire was
two daughters, Barbara and Bonnie to Salem. Mr. Floyd, who was em partment’s bonus division, reminded
man Free, Phillip Pietrok, Bob Free, put out.
are moving this weekend to Richland,
late filing veterans that December 1 Telephone 1114
P.O. Box 1321
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Ressler
Joe Johnson, Harvey Kanoff, Art Olm
is the deadline for making application.
Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Sylvester Wash., where he is employed. Both in poor health.
stead, and Miss Louise Pietrok, all of
Ed Debolt spent last weekend at his This date can only be extended by con aHnnnnnHnnnnsnnHHnnHnHnHH
girls attended Mill Ctiy schools last
year. Barton worked as bookkeeper Idanha home. He is working on a stitutional amendment, approved by
Merle Stewart returned Saturday
logging operation at Myrtle Creek.
vote of the people.
on the Detroit dam project.
John Adams was America’s first night from two weeks training at
For Guaranteed Cleaning
Visiting with Mr. and Mrs. Len
Mrs. Leonard Herman and Mrs. Viv
On the last day of August approx
minister to England.
Fort Lewis, Wash.
Mullen spent Labor day weekend visit Davis last weekend were Mr. and Mrs. imately 108,000 veterans or families
J. V. Steidel of Bend and Margaret of deceased veterans had applied for
ing relatives in Seattle, Wash.
W. M. Fifer of Redmond visited in Sims of Tacoma.
the bonus. The department expects
Nadine Surgeon left Thursday to to receive in the neighborhood of 135,-
the city Wednesday of this week with
drive to Utah where she will instruct 000 applications, so this means about
friend» and acquaintances.
Miss Surgeon 27,000 have yet to apply.
Mrs. Anna Swift has had as guests in an Indian school.
during the past week her daughter taught in the Detroit grade school
Slightly more than 90,000 bonus
WHEN YOU THINK OF SCHOOL CLOTHES —
ley of Compton, Calif.
close of August, for payments total
Mr. and Mrs. Don Peterson and
ing over $37,000.000.
Close« at 6 P.M.
family spent Labor Day weekend at
Cover said payments would be made
faster if veterans would be patient
Mr. and Mrs. Leo Kuhlman and son
and not inquire about the status of
left Saturday for Idaho, where they
visited over the Labor day holidays.
The department has had to answer,
Don't let coughing, wheezing, recurring at
Kuhlman is employed with the Moun
BOY’S WEARING APPAREL
an average of 175 letters and 150 tack«
of Bronchial Aithma ruin sleep and
tain States •Power company.
energy without trying MENDACO. which
2 to 16 Years
works thru the blood to reach bronchial
Mr. and Mrs. M. G. Rambo and
inquiiies. Cover said, which takes the: tubes and lungs. Usually helps nature quickly
remove thick, sticky mucus Thus alleViatea
family spent the Labor day holidays
full time of three persons plus por coughing
aids freer breathing and better
1 notice some _ young
_ men in the tions of the time of several others on i sleep. Oet and
MENDACO from druggist. Batla-
at Breitenbush hot springs resort.
faction or money back guaranteed.
Mr. and Mrs. Walt Peterson have
here on a warm spring evening the bonus staff.
moved their household goods last
like this? How come you’re not
265 N. High, SALEM
out raiding a girls’ dormitory?
weekend to Eugene where they pur-
chased a home. Mr. Peterson has
It got so wet out, I was going to
been employed by the Grandma Cooky
get out my old boat, phone the
nearest pet shop and order two
company as salesman for the Eugene
area since last December. Gary and
Ramon returned to work at the Stay
They tell me the sun came out.
I didn't see it! My back was
ton cannery until the season closes.
turned at the moment.
Gary will enter University of Oregon
for the fall term and Ramon will re-
I don't have to work any more
I’ve got a half interest in a bushel
turn to Oregon State.
BEST SELECTION OE SC HOOL SUPPLIES
Visiting over the weekend at the
James Swan home were their daughter
See Our Line of School Clothes for
It rained so hard on Sunday they
and family, Mr. and Mrs. Orville Od-
took the torch out of the Statue
BOYS and GIRLS
of Liberty’s hand and substituted
derman and two children from Cali
Mr. and Mrs, Clayton Baltimore and
It’s been raining like that down
on my farm, too. You should see
Jimmy were in Pendleton Saturday
my corn. You know, the farmers
Playtex Baby Oil — Powder — Sheets
night to attend the East-West class B
have a saying. "Knee high by the
All-Star football game.
4th of July.” On my farm, it’s,
Tn the bottom of the lagoon by
more played, and returned with them
WE HAVE A NICE GIFT FOR NEW BABIES
I see by the papers some school
boys stole a bus and went for a
CARD OF THANKS
joy ride No more dormitories to
We wish to express our thanks to
raid, so they're trying to scare the
the Mill City firemen for their prompt
pants off all of us.
action in putting out the fire in our
HUGH and ALIC E WALKUP, Props.
duplex; also to the neighbors for turn
ing the alarm.
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E. D. and Grace Cooke
Gates Women s Club Camp Fire Girls Try
Out Camping Ability
My 6 Convicts
Veterans Have Three
Months to Apply
W. N. SIMMONS
Boys! Boys! Boys!
THE BOY'S SHOP
THE BCY’S SHOE
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Next Time You Need
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