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About The Mill City enterprise. (Mill City, Or.) 1949-1998 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 20, 1952)
At Stayton Gym
The North Santiam canyon grade
schools will have a go at it in a mad
basketball jamboree in the Stayton
grade school gym, Friday night, No
Starting time for the
fast moving event is 7 p.m.
Grade school players from Mill
City, Jefferson, St. Mary’s, Stayton,
Mari-Linn, and Aumsville will pit
their basketball prowess during six
12-minute games, Mill City's start-
jng line-up, coached by Jim Hale, is
Gregory Peterson, and Arthur Webb,
forwards; Don Lemke and Lee Arnold,
guards; and Willie Clark, center. Mill
City reserves are Dale Walczak, Tony
Berry, Bruce Thomas, Jim Baltimore,
Dennis Podrabsky, Charles Marttala,
Harold Kliewer, Richard Ziebert, Dale
Smith, Larry Large and Larry Urban.
Added attractions will include the
presentation of a trophy to the best
oi gamzed rooting section.
Those in the spot-light for Mill
City, Friday also will include song
leaders, Jenny Gould, Myrna Roy and
Sherry Hansen; and Bunny Caudle,
Frances Ward and Theta Crosier, yell
Mill City basketball team managers
are Dave Umphress and Rodney
Pvt. Vaughn Hunt
Now in Korea
With the 7th Infantry Div. in Korea
— Pvt. Vaughn R. Hunt, whose wife,
Betty, lives in Lyons, Ore., recently
arrived in Korea and has been serving
with the 7th Infantry Division.
Since making the amphibious land
ing at Inchon in the fall of 1950, the
7th Division has fought in every sec
tor of the Korean peninsula. Ele
ments o£ the 7th were the only U.S.
forces to reach the Yalu river.
Private Hunt entered the Army last
January and arrived in Korea early
His parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ray
Hunt, live in Stayton, Ore.
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to premium ingredients, but
also to the rare brewing water
from our subterranean springs.
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Ball Team Chosen
By RICHARD LOVEL
Coach Burton Boroughs and assist
ant coach Chaney chose the members
of both the varsity and “B" teams.
This is the list as it now stands:
Marvin Misner, Evart Biewer, El
ton Gregory, Richard Verbeck, Bill
Hoffman, Tom Stewart, Alfred Ward,
Roy Chase, Dick Kanoff, Philip Carey,
LeRoy Emerson, and Jack Melting.
Truman Jones, Maurice Bassett,
Larry Harrington, Eddie Leach, Ed
die Gregory, Richard Crook, John
Thompson, Brooks Crosier, Delmar
Syverson, Ralph Jull, Maurice Child,
Charles Kuhlman, Arnold Webb, and
Mill City Timberwolf
The following is the complete at
home and away from home schedule
of the Mill City Timberwolf varsity
Dec. 5—Cascade, there
Dec. 6 Jamboree, at Jefferson
Dec. 9 Detroit
Dec. 12— Gervais, there
Dec. 16— Jefferson, there
Dec. 19— Chemawa
Jan, 6—Stayton, there’
Jan. 9—St. Paul, there
Jan. 13— Gates
Jan. 14— Scio, there
Jan. 20— Sublimity
Jan. 23-OSD, there
Jan. 27 Detroit, there
Feb. 3 Jefferson
Feb. 6—Chemawa, there
Feb. 20—St. Paul
Feb. 13—Gates, there
Feb. 17— Sublimity, there
Mill City Hi-Liles
By RICHARD LOVEL
The high school cheer leaders and
song leaders are getting ready for
the basketball jamboree, which is the
assembling of all the teams of the
league, to judge the cheer leaders
and the school spirit.
each play for a short period of time
while their schools cheer for them.
This year’s jamboree will be held at
Jefferson high school in their new
gymnasium, on December 6.
Virginia Timm who was elected to
the junior positio non the rally squad.
She had an accident and so is unable
to fulfill this position has been re
placed by Donna Bengston.
The annual football banquet fill be
held Fiiday night at the high school
The Chess club meeting last Tues-
day was the last one to be held be-1
cause the advisor, Mr. Chaney, who .
is now assistant coach, is too busy to i
go to the meetings. He suggests that I
if the members want the club to go i
on, they get a new advisor and not .
limit the program to chess and ping I
•The GAA is beginning work on the
"Winter I’rom”. This is an annual ,
event but the formal name, “Christ
mas Formal”, has been changed. All
the committees are working to have
everything done by the night for the
prom, December 20.
The Teen Canteen had a party last
Saturday, November 15.
was supposed to come dressed up like
a hill billy and there would be win-
The winners for the I
girls were chosen by the boys and
they were Pat Nibler and Geraldine
Hamblin. The girls chose Gary Pe- I
terson. who graduated from Mill City
high school last year, Truman Jones,
and Donald Nesbitt.
Joan Johnson, a senior, who is get
ting married, was surprised last '
The other girls of the
GAA showered her after school. The
same night the girls of the senior
class had a dinner in her honor.
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Getting in Practice
Last Friday November 14 the Mill
City Derbies had an evening of prac
tice at the Falls tavern in Sublimity
where they enjoyed also the fight on
the television and at Fred Davies, in
Stayton and at the Lyons tavern. Two
of the outstanding players for the Mill
City Derbies were Nick Rich and Ber
nard “Benny” Bennett.
The Derbies team for that evening
consisted of the following players:
Gene Gibson, Jack Donnelly, Ray
Walker, Jim Duval, Byron and Tally
Davis; Bernard, Jewell and Dale Ben
nett. Forrest Gerry showed up as a
booster for Mill City.
Betty and Pete Peterson, Ray
Walker, Toots and Tex Blazek, Ber
nard and Dale Bennett, Tally and
Byron Davis, Jim Duval and Al Shel
ton braved the fog Tuesday evening
in order to journey to the Maples
tavern, where they enjoyed a pleasant
evening of shuffleboard, sharpening
up their play with the capture of this
year’s trophy as their incentive. The
first league game will be played at
"The Maples” with the Mill Qty Der
bies competing against ’’The Maples"
team. The next scheduled game.
Richard’s tavern of Gates has an
nounced it has withdrawn from league
Cafe & Tavern
1*4 miles East of Gates
By MRS. S. T. MOORE
The Detroit-Idanha Christmas par
ty has been scheduled for Monday
evening, December 22 in the school
School children will
present the annual Christmas pro
gram as entertainment for the eve
ning, followed by the distribution of
treats supplied by the Idanha Amer
ican Legion auxiliary.
Snow on the hills surrounding De
troit makes residents aware that win
ter is near. Rain falling here last
Elk Hunters Return
Tuesday With Bear
Breitenbush, near Detroit, yielded
a bear to elk hunters, Bill Richards,
Sparky Ditter, and Joe Challenger of
Mill City, Tuesday. The three men
were about the business of elk hunt
ing when at least three bear were
Bill Richards, using a 300 Savage
rifle downed a yearling bear which
ran in front of him after its flight
from the cougar hounds of Challenger. I
Richards and Challenger had aban
doned the search for an elk and had
taken up the diversion of cougar
hunting with Challenger’s hounds.
The bear signs led one of Challenger's
hounds to the mother bear and her
Before the cougar hound could move
in on the bear it was lured away by
the mother bear in protection of her
treed young one. Just as the young
bear came from the tree and was
making his escape Richard’s rifle
cracked and its bullet brought down
a highly prized trophy. The bear
was of such size and age that it will
provide good meat and a nice bear
Many of Mill City’s citizens
admired the specimen when the proud
hunters returned to Mill City.
♦—THE MILL CITY ENTERPRISE
November 20, 1952
week resulted in snow on the higher the farm home of Mrs. Edna Swartz,
elevations, but in spite of the wintry Route 1, Jefferson on Saturday.
Weekend visitors at the home of
chill the days following the rain have
been free of fog and sunshine has Mr. and Mrs. Starr Reed were Mr.
and Mrs. Barney Dubro and family
There will be no school on Friday, from Big Summit on the Prineville
November 28, following the Thanks district of the Ochoco national forest.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Moore had as
giving holiday according to Otis
White, Detroit school superintendent. their guests this week Mr. and Mrs.
Visitors at the Howard Dean home Harold Koval and son, David, of Kla-
last weekend were Mr. and Mrs. Alvin math Falls.
Several elk hunters including Mr.
Dean of Oakridge.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Moore and son, and Mrs. Claud Beck, Mr. and Mrs.
Frankie, were in Portland Saturday Bill Shufford and daughter, Billie.
Bradford Humphrey and his son, Brad
on a shopping trip.
Gordon Brown was the only suc Jr., have been in the Ukiah area for
cessful elk hunter in a party traveling several days.
Mr. and Mrs. Irving Steers spent
to Prairie City for the weekend, In
eluded in the group were Mr. and Mrs, I Saturday in Corvallis visiting school
Bid Gescher, Mrs. Brown, Mr. and friends. Steers is making arrange
Mrs. Byron Rary, Mr. and Mrs. Eai 1 ments to return to Oregon State col
lege for his final senior term in Jan
Layman and Carl Ball.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Payette and uary. He expects to return to his
daughter, Lynn, of Lacomb visited work at the Detroit ranger station
after completing requirements for
with the Frank Moores last week.
Other guests at the Moore home 1 graduation.
Mr. and Mrs. S. T. Moore and fam
were Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Babb and
ily were dinner guests Sunday at the
daughter Susan of Springfield.
Mr. and Mrs. Starr Reed spent home of Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Girod of
Arfhistice day in Portland where they Stayton.
Mr. and Mrs. Stanley White and
turned in their car for a late model.
Mr. and Mrs. Starr Reed and chil children vistied Mrs. White’s parents,
dren accompanied Mrs. Reed’s mother, the Harold Mitchells at their ranch
Mrs. Nettie McMillan, on a visit to home near Bend last weekend.
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