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About The Mill City enterprise. (Mill City, Or.) 1949-1998 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 11, 1952)
'—THE Mil l. CITY ENTERPRISE
December II, 1952
Marilyn Chapter Ends Mikkelsen-Poole
Mrs. Duane McFadden
Year With Dinner
Wedding Vows Read Honored By Shower
The last meeting of the year for
One of the lovelier wedding of the
Mrs. Duane McFadden, nee LaVetta
Marilyn Chapter was held Monday holiday leason was that of Miss Susan Powelson of Corvallis was honored
evening at Mill City. Gordon Barker, Elizabeth Mikkel en, daughter of Mr. at an apron and tea towel shower
worthy patron of Chadwick Chapter and Mrs. O. M. Mikkelsen of Rich- Saturday evening at the home of Miss
i was escorted and introduced. Rich- land. \\ ash to Leo Albert Poole, of Patricia Cree.
Mrs. McFadden, a
alyn Muckridge was received into the Monmouth, »n of Mr. and Mrs. James bride of October IS in Corvallis, is
E. Poole of Mill City.
a former resident of Mill City, and
Detroit—Deanha I’TA members and
Affiliation and initiatory degrees
Bouquets of white flowers adorned also Gates.
their families will hold a covered-dish were conferred upon Jack Muckridge
Decorations featured a bouquet of
dinner Thursday. Dec. 11 at the De and Richalyn Muckridge, a courtesy the altar of Central United Protest
ant church of Richland, Wash., for white chrysanthemums.
troit school cafeteria beginning at candidate.
i the Saturday afternoon wedding with table was centered with a bride doll.
Christmas season activities include 0 n.m.
A degree honoring the kitchen com tall baskets of white flowers on either
She wore a red and w hite check apron
a variety of engagements for mem
The evening has been planned as a mittees for the year was presented
over her wedding dress ami carried a
bers of all groups and all ages in social function according to Mrs. Al by Mrs. Kiersey's kindergarten class; I side.
At her feet
The Rev. Robert A. Uphoff offi- matching tea towel.
the Detroit-Idanha area.
Church fred Cokenour, PTA president, and and a gift w as presented to all pi esent
groups, school classrooms, civic or the monthly business meeting will be who had served on the kitchen com i ciated at the double ring ceremony were the gifts foi the recent bride,
and the bride’s father escorted her which weie aprons and tea towels.
ganizations, Scout troops and social omitted.
mittee by associate matron, Laurell
to the altar.
Games were played and the hostess
.roups will hold their parties and
Rolls and coffee will be supplied Johnson.
prizes to Mrs. Duane McFadden,
entertainments in the coming two and all attending are requested to
New officers elected for the en
bring food, dishes and silverware.
suing year were; Laurell Johnson, gown of eyelet embroidered organdy, Mrs. Vernon McFadden, Mrs. Clyde
Detroit Church of Christ will offer
worthy matron; George Huffman, fashioned with the three tiered skirt Golden, Mrs. Rosa Daly, Miss Marlene
a program of choral and group sing I the older girls directed by Alice Fryer worthy patron; Betty Tinney, asso- I draped to a longer length in back and Tickle, and Mrs. Jack McClintock,
ing, scripture readings and two films ' with a play and refreshments. Gifts l ciate matron; Oswald Hirte, associate worn with tiny jacket with mandarin Following the opening of gifts tea,
-trips depicting the Christmas story, 1 will be exchanged and refreshments patron; I.eora Stevens, secretary, collar. Her close fitting cap of em coffee, and cookies were served by
to be held December 21.
Mary Tuers, treasurer; Stella Key, broidered lace held the handmade,
The Detroit Women's Civic club has conductress, and Mabel Parker, asso- fingeitop veil of net. and she carried
Present to honor Mrs. McFadden
The Idanha Community church will
a bouquet of white carnations and were: Mrs. Elmer Shaw, Miss Marlene
December 17 as the date p ciate conductress.
. resent their program on the same ! i scheduled
for the annual Christmas party
Tickle, Mrs. Rose Daly, Mrs. V«r-
A degree honoring the worthy ma- roses.
date, with Sunday school and church
Miss Betty Millsap, maid of honor, I non McFadden of Stayton, Mrs, Jack
' tron and worthy patron was presented
Of special community interest vill
McClintock, Mrs. Clyde Golden, Mrs.
Mrs. Mildred Ray's eighth grade be the school program and American by associate matron, Laurell Johnson Mis- JoAnn Hoffman, Miss Dolores
Moriis Howe, Mrs. Walter Kay, Miss
-tudents will invite their parents to Legion presentation of treats on Mon and associate patron, George Huff Poole, the bridegroom's sister, serving |
Betty Lou Cree, Mrs. Lowell Cree,
a program in their room on Thursday day evening, Dec. 22 at the school
A turkey dinner was served in the gowis of contrasting pastels and car- i and Miss Patricia Cree.
evening, December 18.
Enable to attend, but sending gifts
dining room by the brothers of the lied harmonizing bouquets.
Classroom parties at the Detroit ,
James I. Poole was best man for | were: Mrs. Gordon Kay, Mrs. Louis
school w ill be held Wednesday, De- ’
his brother with William J. Mikkel Verbeck, Mis. Floyd Shepherd, Mrs.
eember 24, with the usual exchange ;
sen, the bride's brother, William Poole, Wilbur Mienert, Miss Alona Daly,
of gifts and refreshments for all.
cousin of the bridegroom, John Tacke Mr-. Albeit Millsap of Gates, Mrs.
THANK HEAVENS! Most attacks are Just acid
Girl Scouts plan a Christmas party indigestion. When It strikes, take Bell-ans
and Jack Lacey, ushering.
Mrs. Clyde Richards, and Mrs, Nell Swift.
for Wednesday afternoon, December tablets. They contain the fastest-acting
By MRS. S. T. MOORE
17, with the younger girls in Mrs. medicines known to doctors for the relief of
tional organ music.
Keith White is hospitalized in Salem
Helen Baughn’s patrol entertaining heartburn, gas and similar distress. 35<.
To greet her daughter’s wedding
with head wounds received at the
Briles core mill when a flying peeler guests, Mrs. Mikkelsen wore a tur
quoise wool dress with white acces
core struck him.
His condition is
sories and matching corsage.
reported to be satisfactory.
Miss Ardith Jones entertained mem
Fall colors of browns, yellow and
Noyes Whitten has been appointed
mayor of Idanha to succeed the late white were used in the floral arrange bers of the Mill City high school class
ments for the reception following in of 1952 at an informal get-together.
C. T. Haseman.
Those present were Elaine Clark of
the church parlors and Mrs. J. (). Mur
ray and Mrs. Robert Hammersmith Oregon Technical Institute institute,
CARD OE THANKS
assisted with the serving.
Miss Kath Falls; Hazel Neal, Elnora Al
We sincerely thank all those who Marilyn Lockwood was in charge of bright. Patricia Caee and Bill Hamb
gave assistance in any way during the guest book.
lin, Mill City; Denny Marttela, Port
our recent bereavement, also for the
land; Ardith Jones, Lewis and Clark
expressions of sympathy and to those
Portland Vera Loucks. Donna
brown, white and grey checked suit
who sent flowers.
NEW RETAIL LOCATION:
Coolie and Maxine Scott, Salem, Daryl
East City Limits on Highway 222
The young Farman, Cottage Grove; Alona Daly
and DALLAS of ivory baby roses,
in Mon- Bob Baltimore, Bob Shelton, Univer
§ Phone 3215
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Kuhlman, Oregon State colleg.e
The bride attended school in Mill
u City and the Universtiy of Oregon.
Mrs. M. G. Rambo and daughter,
She is affiliated with Gamma Phi
Jo, spent several days in Salem
Beta, Kwama, woman's honorary, and
the YWCA senior cabinet.
The last week shopping and visiting at
bridegroom also attended high school the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
in Mill City and is a student at Oregon Steve Champ.
College of Education, formerly at
tended Oregon State college.
SI XI» \Y an i MOND \Y
GREGORY PE( K and
SI S KN II.KYW Kill)
Deanha P.T.A. Holds
Family Dinner Party
Snows of Kilimanjaro
Pre-release showing at advanced
prices: Kdults $1, children 50c
Reduced Price Matinee Sunday
2 p.m.: Adults title, children 20c
Eeature, 2:15. 5:15, 7:30 Sunday
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JIMMK STEW KRT
Mill City Graduates
Hold Get Together
All Building Supply
1 Kelly Lumber Sales I
a Kid's Matinee—2 p.m. Saturday
"(IIRISTMAS C KROL"
EREE GIFT for Everyone
Doors open at 7:20 P.M.
Complete show ran be seen any
time up to 8:30
For Guaranteed Cleaning
Close« at 6 I’.M.
Girods Super Market
On the Highway at STAYTON
Sunshine Krispy Crackers
2 lb. box
3 pkgs. 89c
Pillsbury Cake Mixes
Chocolate, White or (¡olden
Jello or Jello Pudding
Folgers Coffee, (limit)
Sperrv Pancake Flour
25-lb. bau j QQ
Nalleys Lumberjack Syrup
Picnics, Sugar Cured
By MRS. S. T. MOORE
and Mrs. Howard Dean and
family spent last weekend with rela
tives at Oakridge and Cottage Grove.
Mr. and Mrs. Starr Reed had as
their guests recently Mr. and Mrs.
Charles Fisk of Portland.
Visiting with Mr. and Mrs. Flank
Moore last weekend was Harold Kow
al of Klamath Falls.
Mr. and Mrs. Irving Steers had as
„weekend guests Mrs. Gladys E. Steers,
Mr. Steers’ mother from Redmond,
and his cousin and wife, Mr. and Mrs.
Ferd Smith of Corvallis.
Mrs. Arnold Sy verson and Mrs.
Ered Duffy attended the special meet
ing in Lyons last week of Eva Re
bekah lodge which was held for the
visit of the president of the Rebekah
assembly of Oregon, Olive Ramey.
and Friday Nights
TILL g P.M.
FROM NOW TILL ( IIRISTMAS
We Give and Redeem S&H Green Stamps
to express endearment
Christmas and Always
DIAMONDS RESET WHILE
SAVE at Girods
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