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About The Mill City enterprise. (Mill City, Or.) 1949-1998 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 20, 1952)
S—THE MILL CITY ENTERPRISE
November 20. 1952
Mr. and Mrs. Child Sr.
By MRS. S. T. MOORE
Mr. and Mrs. George R. Child, Sr.,
The Spar Cafe is now operating
Mill Ctiy, are adding their names to undei new managers, Mr. and Mrs.
the list of first-time grandparents.
Floyd Neilson and Mr. and Mrs. Carl
Word has been received of the birth Met • innis who moved here recently
of a daughter to their son and his from Portland.
The Neilson* were
Wife, Al C and Mrs. George Child. previously in restaurant business in
Jr. of San Rafael, Calif.
Toots Blazek was the post-Armis
The baby girl was born November i Dick Haseman, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Mrs. M. G. Rambo, general chair tice hostess of Gates Lucky Twelve,
man of the Three Link dinner held Thursday.
Lunch provided by her 16, weighed six pounds and has been | R. C. Haseman, is at home for a few
weeks leave from the navy after being
November 15 at IOOF hall, reports included a tuna hot dish, cheese sticks named, Shelley Lynn.
Mr. and Mrs. John Zolkoske of called for the funeral of his grand
that $198.84 was netted on the dinner and pickles.
and sale of fancy work.
Dorothy Johnson marched through Mehama are maternal grandparents. father, Charles T. Haseman.
Mr. and Mrs. Len Davis attended
Mrs. Lloyd Fleetwood was in charge the card session at the head of the
the homecoming game at OCE last
of the kitchen and her assistants were parade with high score. Jean Wil
weekend and visited their son, John,
Mrs. Gerald Heath and Mrs. Dora son winged the changed of all for the
who is attending school there.
pinochle prize by handily grasping it.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Hinch, former
Mrs. Fred Duffy was fancy work Bert Vanderhoff heard tans with low
of the Spar cafe, have
prize clutched in her hands.
A strip-film with sound, called
Buffet chairman was Mrs. Walter
“Do Your Home Fun?” will be shown moved to Mexico.
The Idanha American Legion post
Olmstead, assisted by Mrs. George
at the Youth Fellowship meeting this
\ eteto, Mrs. Mel Robinson and Mrs.
Sunday at 6 p.m. at the Presbyterian awarded an imported Swedish rifle to
church. In friendly, humorous fash-1 Carl Ball of Detroit at their last
Ball registered a buck
The club would like to extend their
ion two homes are contrasted, de meeting.
thanks to the public who responded ( The Mill City Toastmistre-s club clared Rev. Noble Streeter, pastor of weighing 211 pounds to win the con
test sponsored by the legion.
so generously to making the dinner practised the speech arts again No the Presbyterian church.
The Red Cross nursing course to
vember 13, at 7 p.m. at their usual
The pictures consist of cleverly
spot. Mrs. Alene Steffy was toast-1 drawn cartoons, accompanied by livly be directed by Lavelle Haseman has
been postponed indefinitely.
narrative and sound effects, Reverend
Recent visitors at the home of Mr.
Speakers were Mrs. Ruby Crosier Streeter asserted. The young people
who spoke on “Thinks Dear To My are especially invited to see this film. and Mrs. Albert Snyder were Mr. and
Mrs Chalies Trunkenbolz of Denver,
Heart”, and Mrs. Marion Todd, who
Colo., and Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence
Warden Virgil T. O’Malley of the
Smith of Nora, Nebr.
Mesdames Edna Hutcheson, Casey
Oregon state penitentiary addressed
Mrs. Gladys Alvin is in Portland
the Mill City Women’s club Tuesday Chaney, Edith Means, Mabel Nelson,
with her mother, Mrs. Jennie Stone
A SON—To Mr. and Mrs. Reuel |
evening, November 18.
burg. who has recently had a major
members and guests were present.
Phillips (Wilma May Howe) Monday, I abdominal operation. Mrs. Alvin ex
Warden O'Malley discussed the new
November 17, at Roseburg hospital.
pects to remain with her mother until
program underway at the peniten from Fresno, Calif., and Mrs. Maxine
A SON—To Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth she has recovered.
tiary where “individualism" rather
Knotts, Mill City, November 15, at
than “the masses” is stressed.
Restrictions on use of oppressive
Civil defense in this state is organ
The next meeting of the club will
A SON—To Mr. and Mrs. Herbert child labor in industry have been
be December 2 when Jean Roberts izing 74 mobile medic-hospital teams,
and Celene Taylor of Mehama will 305 mobile first-aid teams, 85 mobile Hutchinson, Mill City, November 15, increased by the Federal wage and
at Salem Memorial hospital.
welfare teams, and 90 recsue units.
present Christmas ideas.
Three Link Dinner
Mrs. Toots Blazek Hostess
For Lucky Twelve Club
Sound Movie Scheduled
For Youth Fellowship
Holds Regular Meet
Warden O’Malley Speaks
To Women’s Club Here
PTA Meeting View
Mill City’s PTA enjoyed an inter
esting meeting held Wednesday in
the high school auditorium. A film,
“Angry Boy” was the highlight of
the evening’s program.
Cole, Marion county health nurse, led
a discussion period regarding the film
following its showing.
The room conut of parents present
from the various rooms was won by
instructors Hale and Dierks, who rep
resented the grade school and the
sophomore class of the high school.
At the conclusion of the program,
cake, coffee and tea were served by
the mothers of children in the first
Birthday Dinner Party
Given Shirley Ramsey
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Kid’s Matinee—2 p m. Saturday
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Complete show ran be seen any
time up to 8:30
Mill Ciiy Grade School
6th GRADE NEWS
We had a 4-H club meeting today
(Wednesday). The name of our club
is the Robust Rangers. The presi
dent is Marcella Warriner; vice presi
dent, Donald Cree; the secretary is
Sibyl Dart, and treasurer, Phyllis
Bickett, and news reporter, Marc
Boothby. Shereen Muir was elected
song leader and Karen Rife, yell
We played a game called “Dog and
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Detroit—Shirley Ramsey, 9-year-old
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth
Ramsey of Mongold, celebrated her
birthday with a dinner party for
friends Friday evening before the
Attending were Katherine Harris,
Alta Mary Gibbs. Verna Worthington,
Brenda Humphrey, Johnny Steltzen-
mueller, Nancy Ramsey and Donnie
Shirley also celebrated her birth
day in Portland with relatives at the
home of her mother’s parents, Mr.
and Mrs. William Nicolson, with her
father's parents, the Watler Ramseys
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Mrs. George Huffman and daughter
Jeanette visited one day last week
with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. George
Hubbard in Eugene.
Harlon Gibson who is with the U.
S. Navy, has returned to San Fran
cisco where he will wait his order».
He recently returned from Korea and
has spent a 30-day leave at the home
of his grandparents, Mr and Mr*.
Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Toland, Shar-
ron and Melvin and Mrs. Toland’s
mother, Mrs. Gladys Stiffler, have
gone to Cocoran, Calif., where they
will be guest* at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. Yeager until after the
Thanksgiving holiday, Mis. Yeager i*
a daughter of Mrs. Stiffler and sister
of Mrs. Toland.
“The Gates of Praise” will I m - the
theme of Rev. R. A. Feenstra’*
Thanksgiving message at the Lyons
Community Methodist church at 11
a.m. next Sunday. The juniors and
intermediates of the Sunday school
will give a patriotic exercise under
the leadership of Mr*. Feenstra at the
close of the school.
Mrs. Donald McWhirk, who ha*
returned home from the Memorial
hospital in Salem, is still seriously
ill at her home tn the Jordan district
with virus pneumonia.
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