The Mill City enterprise. (Mill City, Or.) 1949-1998, December 25, 1952, Page 2, Image 2

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December 25, 1952 of Mill City high school in 1950, is Mrs. Bob Kelle of Cutler City, Mr. r
6—THE MILI. CITY ENTERPRISE
home on furlough after a tour of duty and Mrs. Carl Jensen of Portland, and
in Germany. Jack expect* to be sta­ WAE’ A/3C Carolyn Brejcha from
tioned in Michigan after his leave ex­ Francis E. Warren Air Force base in
pires.
Wyoming. Mrs. Kelle, Mrs. Jensen
Mr. and Mrs. George Veteto are
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hunter left and Airman Brejcha are granddaugh­
visiting in Portland during the Christ­ Sunday for a weeks' vacation in Cali­ ters of the Knutsens.
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fornia.
Mr. and Mrs. Zinn Daniels and Mr.
mas holidays.
Santa Claus visited the Mill City and Mrs. Harold Daniels left Wednes­
AF Sgt. Jack Stewart, a graduate
Kindergarten on Monday of last week. day for a four-day visit in Seattle
Santa gave treats and each youngster with relatives. They will return Sun-
told him his or her wants'Tor Christ­ day.
mas.
The beginners and primary classes
Christmas Eve guests expected at of the Presbyterian Sunday school
the Herbert Schroeder home are their presented a Christmas program Sun­
two sons and families from Forest
day morning in the class rooms for
Grove, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Schroeder parents. Mrs. Janies Swan, superin-
and family, and Mr. and Mrs. Derrel I tendent of the department, was in
Schroeder. The Ed Schroeders will charge.
remain for the holidays and the Derrel
Shelby L’mphress, '52 Mill City
Schroeders will spend Christmas day
high school graduate, has returned to
in Salem with her parents.
Mill City to spend the holidays wtih
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Swift and
his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles
children of Redding, Calif., will visit
L’mphress. Shelby is a student at
relatives and friends in Mill City dur­
Glad Tidings Bible Institute in Santa
ing the holidays. Swifts are former
Cruz, Calif.
residents here.
Rev. William Turnbull of the As­
Clarence Hunt and family wishes
for the
to thank the Mill City I.ions club sembly of God church left Wednes­
day with his wife and children to
"for their fine gift”.
visit
Mrs. Turnbull’s parents in Klam­
Mr. and Mrs. Merritt Hamblin,
Gerry and Bill left Wednesday on a ath Falls.
Jim Cooke, senior at the University
four-day visit to Mrs. Hamblin’s
brother, George C. Ward of Seaside, of Southern California, is spending
the holidays with his family, the Ed
California.
Jim, as president of the
Mrs. J. C. Kimmel, Mrs. Allo Tuers Cookes.
and Mrs. Clayton Baltimore, membeis Trojan Knights (USC service organ­
of the Santiam Memorial hospital ization), is in charge of the card
board, received word that the monthly stunts at the Rose Bow] January 1.
(Quality Meats and Groceries
meeting of the auxiliary had been He plans to return to California after
Food Lockers — Frozen Foods
Christmas to direct the stunts (more
cancelled this month.
Lee Kuhlman who underwent spinal than ten such stunts are planned) and
surgery in a Salem hospital a week to attend the “big game”.
TOM BOOTH and .JACK COLBURN
ago was brought home Sunday and is
! able to be up and around. Kuhlman
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is employed locally with the Mountain
i States Power company.
RALEIGH HAROLD, Florist, open I
■ Sundays and evenings, flowers tele­
graphed anywhere. Funeral sprays,
I planters, pot plants, corsages, wed­
1405 N. Front St.
SALEM, ORE.
dings, also shrubs and landscaping
Salem Phones:
1319 W. Washington, Stayton. Phone
Lyons Phone:
YOUR
3684.
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Christmas Eve dinner guests ex-
AUTHORIZED
HAULING AND MOVING HEAVY MACHINERY i pected at the Clayton Baltimore home
and Mill Equipment Up To 25 Tons
I are Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Runkle and
DEALER
I son of Portland, Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert
Ineluding I)S and HDI4 Cats, and 3i-yard shovels.
ICalavan and daughters and Mrs. Cora
Complete Rigging Outfit. Winch Trucks, Low-bed Trailers
FOR
Calavan of Scio.
A Christmas tea was given last
I week by the Presbyterian Womens'
■ association of Mill Ctiy in the audi-
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1 torium of the church.
Mrs. Floyd
1 Jones was in charge of the program
POWER CHAIN SAWS
for the afternoon and Mrs. C. E. Ma
son was in charge during the tea
hour. The silver offering taken dur-
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i ing the meeting went to foreign mis-
24-HOUR SERVICE
I sions.
The intermediate Sunday school
boys and girls of the Presbyterian
church held a Christmas party in the
church recreation rooms Thursday
night. Helping wtih the young peo­
ple were Mrs. John Muir, who made
the taffy. Mrs. Clyde Rogers and Mrs.
Clayton Baltimore.
Guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Chris Knutsen for the for the Christ­
mas holidays are their daughter, and
son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Hollis Turn-
idge of Cutler City, Ore. Also visit­
ing at the Knutsen home are Mr. and
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CHRISTMAS
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Best Wlshe
Holiday Season
Thiel’s Store
RUSS and CHAR THIEL
Lvons, Ore
MILL CITY MEAT MARKET
Salem Heavy Hauling & Equipment Co.
Auto Supply
M c C ulloch
a Dull Moment
Jerry s Tavern
RED and ZEDA
Gates, Ore
MILL CITY TAVERN
To greet you at Christmas and with
Sincere Thanks
for your Patronage, Friendship and
Kelly Lumber Sales
Mill ( it)
Good Will
Gates Self
Service Laundry
Mill City State Bank
Drying Service
9 lbs. 25c
Gates. Ore.
MEMBER FEDERAI DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORP.
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