The Mill City enterprise. (Mill City, Or.) 1949-1998, January 01, 1953, Page 4, Image 4

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Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Hutcheson spent
the holidays near Redding, Calif., with
his son and family, Mr. and Mrs. W.
R. Hutcheson, Jr., and children.
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Thomas and
three children were in Vancouver,
W’ash., at the home of her mother,
Mrs. J. R. Ziegler, where a family
reunion was held.
Mr. and Mrs. Glen Gordon, Susie
and Bob, drove to Coos Bay for Christ­
mas and several days visit with Mrs.
Gordon’s brother-in-law and sister
and family, Mr. and Mrs. L. B. May-
field,
Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Struckmeier
spent Christmas day in Albany with
relatives there.
From Stay ton at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. George Mielke were his
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Spaniol.
Mr. and Mrs. Fount Paul spent the
day in Portland with her mother and |
other relatives.
Mr. and Mrs. Layton Gosnell and
Larry from Roseburg were at the!
home of her mother, Mrs. Laura J.
Joauin.
Mr. and Mrs. Glen Henness had as
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Mill City Masons
Hold Installation
Jack Allawaj-, operator of “The
ub” cafe in Mehama, was installed
Monday, December 15, as the 1953
worshipful master of Mill City lodge
No. 180, A.F.&A.M Carl Wipper of
Turner was the installing officer.
The entire 1953 slate of officers
of the Mill City lodge is Jack Alla-
way of Mehama, W.M.; O, K. Hirte, l
Gates, S.W.; Robert Draper, Mehama,
J.W.; Geo. Huffman, Lyons, secre­
tary; Robert Hill Jr„ Mill City, treas­
urer; Hugh Johnson, Mill City, J.D.;
Ted Baughman, Mill City, S.S.; Ivan
Smith, Mehama, J.S.; Jack Teeters,
Mehama, chaplin; Burl Smith, Lyons,
The massive new grille of the 1953 Ford features a center spinner
characteristic of lord design ar.d a low, road-hugging look which advances
marshall; and Joe Bowes, Gates, Tlr.
the trend in car styling Ford first introduced five years ago. Oblong parking
Olin Spiva of Shaw, was the installing
lights are set low to enable the streamlined center bar lo wrap around di«
marshall.
front fenders and add to the lower, wider appearance.
Allaway released the following
statement to the lodge, "I am hoping,
as your new master with help of my
for her parents and brother, Mr. and
officers and the support of the mem-
Mrs. Clarence Johnson and Royal. Mr.
bers, that we will have a good year
and Mrs. Edmund Davis and Miss
| So shall our new President and his
Elizabeth Thompson.
new cabinet with the support of con­
House guests at the Louis Kelle
gress and the people of this great
Jan, 6—Stayton, there
home over the holidays were their
nation solve the problems of war for
Jan. 9—St. Paul, there
sons and families, Mr. and Mrs. Boh
everlasting peace.”
Jan. 13— Gates
Kelle and two children from Cutler
Mill City lodge committees are as
Jan. 14— Scio, there
I City, and Mr. and Mrs. Bill Mills and
follows: finance and audit, O. K. Hirte, I
Jan. 20—Sublimity
Billy of Newport.
chairman, Joe Bowes and Jack Lin-
Jan. 23—OSD, there
Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Heath had as
gaas, members; welfare and health,
Jan. 27—Detroit, there
j their guests their sons and families,
Robert Draper, chairman, Floyd John­
Jan. 30—Gervais
Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Heath and chil­
son and E. Parker, members; griev­
Feb. 3—Jefferson
dren of Medford, Mr. and Mrs. Colis
ance, Robert Draper, chairman, B.
Feb. 6—Chemawa, there
Heath from Gates and Harold Heath
Shuey and F. Ellingson, members;
Feb. 20—St. Paul
from Troy, Mont., also Mr. Heath's
history, education and program, Vern
Feb. 13—Gates, there
nephew, Heath Hall from Kelso, Wn.
Clark, chairman, L. Cowdrey, D. Teet­
Mr. and Mrs. Lincoln Henness were
ers and Ivan Smith, members; instruc-j
in Salem at the home of their daugh­
tion, George Huffman, chairman, E.
ter and family, Mr. and Mrs. James
Parker, Detroit; O. K. Hirte. Gates;
Wiltsey.
Vern Clerk, Mill City; H, Johnson,
Mrs. Velma Carey had all her five
The Linn-Lane soil conservation Lyons; Jack Haseman, Idanha; and
boys, their wives and families, home
district
’s annual meeting is scheduled L. Cowdrey, Mehama.
for Christmas, Mr. and Mrs. Eugene
Carey and two children of Portland; for the Lake Creek grange hall start­
Mr. and Mrs. Norman Carey and son ing at 10 a.m. on January 23, says
of Albany; Mr. and Mrs. Dale Carey Ben Christensen, Harrisburg, chair-,
and two children, Gates; Mr. and Mrs. man of the board of supervisors.
Mr. and Mrs. Vern Thomas and fam­
All persons interested in soil con­
Donald Carey and son of Stayton,
and James Carey, home for the holi­ servation are invited to attend. A ily spent Christmas day at the home
program that will appeal to all mem- I of his brother and family near Mon­
days from Willamette university.
Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Rynearson cele­ bers of the family is being arranged itor.
brated Christmas Eve with their two and will be announced later, Christen- j Miss Donna Cooke, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Ed Cooke will enter the uni­
children and guests, Mr. and Mrs. sen adds.
versity at Eugene for winter quarter.
Gale Fagan of Detroit, at home,
Miss Nancy Johnson of Portland
Christmas morning they drove to choruses, one consisting of students
Portland, where they joined Mrs. in the first three grades, the other was a guest at the home of Mr. and
Rynearson’s mother, five brothers and from grades 4, 5 and 6 sang Christ- Mrs. Louis Slaton during the Christ­
their families at the R. H. McNamee maR carols between parts of the nar- mas holidays.
Mrs. Frank Jackson left Saturday
home for dinner and a tree. Later in ration, which was read by Joan Ryal.
the afternoon they drove to Steven- | The scenes were portrayed before for Pendleton, where she will under- ;
son. Wash., to be with Mr. Rynear-1 a black backdrop which showed a go surgery in the hospital January 1.
son’s stepmother, Mrs. Bess Rynear- lighted outline of Bethlehem.
In Mrs. Jackson has spent the past seven I
months in Athena, Ore., with her
Ron-
front of the performers hung a sheer
Christmas guests at the home of curtain covered with gold and silver sister, Mrs. Alta Runyan, who died
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Millsap were Mr. stars, creating an illusion of distance, the first part of December.
and Mrs. Wilbur Meinert and three
Following the pageant a tap-dance
A colorful gold, red and blue medal- j
boys, her mother and sister, Mrs. Rose was presented by Patsy Pennick, after
Daley and daughter, Alona Fay, all which Santa Claus visited and gave lion has been placed o.i the ton of the
of Mill City, and Mrs. Marcus Trum- sacks of candy to all children at­ steering column of all 1953 Ford pas­
senger cars to mark the 50th anni­
bo, of Portland, who was a guest at tending. *
the Daley home.
Grade and high school teachers were versary of the Ford Motor company.
On the sick list here over the holi­ in charge of the program with Mrs. Ford was incorporated in Michigan n
Jun<, 1903.
days are Tilman Raines and Edward A. T. Barnhardt, general chairman.
Chance, both hospitalized in Salem at
E. A. Chance, confined at Salem
the Memorial hospital. At latest re­ Memorial hospital since last Friday,
ports both were resting easily. Mr. was reported in “fair" condition there
Chance underwent minor surgery Thursday night.
Christmas night and it is reported will
A Christmas dance was held in the
submit to a major operation at a later Gates high school recreation rooms
date. His mother, Mrs. Mary Barnes Saturday evening.
Arrangements
of Molalla, is staying at the Chance were in .charge of the junior and
home with the children, enabling Mrs. senior classes, and high school stud­
Chance to remain in Salem with her ents and alumni were invited.
husband.
Chaperones were Mr. and Mrs. W.
A pageant of the nativity was pre­ E. Webster, Mr. and Mrs. Barney
sented by Gates public schools Tues­ Ryal and Mr. and Mrs. Dave Bran-
day evening in the gymnasium. Two hardt.
the old vear, ne wish to express
our profound appreciation for
your thoughtfulness and pat-
ronage.
Nu-Meihod Cleaners
Mill City
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step forward. Many ochieve-
ments have been attained
because of the loyalty of the
$ Special Beef Prices
YOUNG EASTERN OREGON HEREFORD
INSPECTED FOR YOUR PROTECTION !
people of this area.
We are proud to be a
Fresh Hamburger
part of it- proud of the fine
friendships we have enjoy-
ed and as we herald the ap-
proach of another year, we
pause to say to you,
Young Beef
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35c
Heart or Tongue, lb.
Young Beef
39c
Sliced Liver, lb.
Beef Roasts
39c
Arm Cut. Blade or Rump. lb.
Beef Steak
Kelly Lumber Sales
Mill City
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For Guaranteed Cleaning
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Mill City
Closes at 6 P.M.
Mill City Timberwolf
Basketball Schedule
Plan Soil Conservation
District Meeting
As ue hatch the departure of
January 1. 1953
4—THE MILI. CITY ENTERPRISE
their guests her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Roy Taylor from Dallas. Christmas
Eve was spent at the home of her
son and family, Mr. and Mrs. Clare
Hennes* and Kandy. A family din­
ner was held at the Glen Henness
home Christmas day.
Mr. and Mrs. Don Miley and Nadine
were guests in Silverton at the home
of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W.
Bolmeier.
A family get-together at the Floyd
Fleetwood home included Mr. and Mrs.
Lowell Fleetwood and son of Mill City,
Mr. and Mrs. Ben Beisell and two
sons from Portland.
Mrs. Raj’ Colgan of Salem spent
part of the holidays at the home of
her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and
Mrs. William Pennick and two chil­
dren, Patty and Billy.
Patty took
part in the Paul Armstrong dance
revue at the Hollywood theatre in
Salem last week and also danced in
a radio children’s program Saturday.
She is seven years old.
Miss Eilene Eccleston of Salem,
spent the holidays at the home of
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry j
Eccleston.
Mrs. Gwen Schaer was hostess at |
her home at dinner Christmas day \
59c
Round. T-Bone or Rib. lb.
LOCKER BEEF
Front Quarter
Half or Whole
Hind Quarter
What makes
so popular?
Light Olympia, like the beers of
Munich and Burton-on-Trent,
is famous for quality . . . and
largely for the same reason ...
“D'j the Water."
Premium quality hops, grains
and yeast are used.
Final touch of perfection is
the skillful brewing gained
through three generations of
brewing experience.
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