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About The Mill City enterprise. (Mill City, Or.) 1949-1998 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 1, 1953)
Bob Venesses Entertain
5—THE MILL CITY ENTERPRISE
Mrs. Agness Allen Enjoys
Holiday Family Gathering
Spending Sunday, Monday, and
Holiday guest at the home of Mrs.
Tuesday at the Robert Veness home Agness Allen was her son, Adelbert,
were Mr. and Mrs. Arthur D. Foyer from Ca-ablanca, French Morocco,
and daughter, Miss Betty Louise of Africa. Adelbert has been working
Chicago, parents and sister of Mrs. , for Atlas Constructors. Mr. and Mrs.
Robert Veness. The Foyers spent a Williams and little daughter Martha,
month in Honolulu at the Royal from Fort Klamath, were also guests.
Hawaiian hotel, stopping in Mill City Mrs. Williams is a neice of Mrs.
to visit their daughter’s family be- ' Allen.
fore taking the plane from Portland
Mrs. Allen received a shower of
home to Chicago Wednesday morning. I packages and beautiful greetings from
Entertaining for the Foyers on Oregon, California, Washington, Mon
Monday, the X enesses gave a dinner tana. Minnesota, Wisconsin, Illinois,
party, preceded by an extensive show- England and North Ireland,
ing of pictures, to which Mr. and
Last, but not least and greatly ap-
Mrs. Alfred Monner and two children predated, was a card from little Billy
from Portland were invited.
Mr. O’Leary from Wichita, Kans.
Monner is a feature photographer for !
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the Journal, and Mrs. Moner is a life
Frances Ward is spending the holi-
long friend of the Foyer family.
I days in Portland.
BENEFIT CONCERT OF SACREI) AND TRADITIONAL
Daly from U. of O. at Eugene; Elaine Shepard of Salem for Christmas din-
Clark and Lynn Waite are home from ner.
Oregon Tech, at Klamath Falls.
Mr. and Mrs. C, E. Welch and Marcy
Mill City Presbyterian church ob-
Spending Christmas day at the Ed "f Seattle were guests at the home
served Christmas week by choral pro
FRIDAY and SATURDAY
Haynes residence were Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. Lee Bassett Friday.
gram, Sunday night at the church.
Raymond Berry and son Donald of Mrs. Welch is Mrs. Bassett’s sister.
GARY COOPER in
Mrs. Doris Sheythe directed the choir
in the Christmas service.
The choral group included Bernice of McMinnville; Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Merle and Jerry spent the Christmas
Gordon, Rosamond Remine, Joan Bordune; Mr. and Mrs. Walt Reints holidays in Portland visiting Mrs.'
Starts Thursday 5:30; Friday
Cauble and Frances Merrill, sopranos; both of Sweet Home; Mr. and Mrs. 1 Stewart’s relatives.
and Saturday 7:00
Mr. and Mrs. Sonny Nelson visited
Ina Chase, Dorothy Kelly and Marie i Arthur Wick. Beverly, Beatrice and
his relatives in Klamath, Calif., over
Stover, second -opranos; Betty Kelly, Arthur Jr. of Eugene.
KID’S M vriNEE— 2 p.m. Sat.
Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Bennett anti the holidays. Sonny plans on going o
Dorothy Dyhrman and Edna Ross,
Zane Grey's "Code of the XX est"
spent Christmas holidays in back to work after the new year,
altos. Pianist was Virginia Hoeye,
and "Capt. Y'ideo"
Charles Stewart left Wednesday for
organist, Edna Ross.
Rev. Noble ervais with Mr. Bennett’s folks.
The Lucky Twelve pinochle club San Jose, Calif., to join Mrs. Stewart
SUNDAY and MOND \Y
Streeter was the narrator.
will resume their weekly meetings and their two children who have been
The choral part of the evening’s
DENNIS MORGAN and
presentation was made up of seven again January 8. Dorothy Johnson there visiting her mother the past
VIRGIN! \ M AYO in
will be hostess starting the new year, two weeks. The Stewarts plan to
parts, “Processional”, “Birth of the
Savior ’, "The Shepherds and the An-
daughter. Nola, spent the Christmas Year’s holidays.
gel Song”, “The Wise Men and the
Star” and “Christmas Echoes”.
Mr. and Mrs. Roger Harris and son of Portland were Christmas day
The choir sang, “O Emanuel”,
“Glory to God in the Highest”, “While Donald Lee of Drain spent Christmas guests at the Robert Veness home,
Feature at 5:20, 7:30 Sunday
Shepherds Watched Their Sheep”,
“Noel”, “Cradle Song”, “From Out Mrs. Harris and Mrs. Blazek are daughter Sandra, from Washington,
Tt ESI) \Y and YX EDNESDAY
| were in Mill City during the holidays
the East”, "For God So Loved the sisters.
Mr. and Mrs. Lee Bassett and with his mother, Mr. and Mrs. Dick
World” and “Good Will To Men”.
JENNIFER JONES and
Frances Merrill sang “Hail Beth- Maurie and Rosalie were at the home Turpin. The Kleins operate a theatre
DAVID FARRAR in
of her parents Mr. and Mrs. R. C. in Washington.
lehem”; Rosamond Remine, “Ave
Maria”; the choir and Frances Mer- ---- - ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Painting the Clouds
NO ADMISSION CHARGE — Free Will Offering
Benefit First Baptist choir robes.
& Electric Supplies
MONTAG ELECTRIC RANGES
P. W. RODICH, Prop.
Mr. and Mrs. Anton Moravec spent
the Christmas holiday in Oregon City
at the home of their daughter.
Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Kerr and grand
children spent the Christmas holidays
in Creswell with relatives.
Mr. and Mrs. Lowell Stiffler and
their two boys spent the Christmas
holiday weekend in Portland.
E. C. Turnidge is visiting in Los
Angeles at the home of his daughter,
Mr. and Mrs, Cloyd Cox and grand
daughter, Mr. and Mrs. James Grant,
over the holidays.
Mr. and Mrs. Martin Hansen spent
the holidays in Longview, Wash., with
Mr. and Mrs. James Armstrong and
two boys Marc and Tony spent the
holidays in Portland with the boys’
grandmother, Mrs. Futter.
Mr. and Mrs. Roland Berry and
Sharon of Gates, and Mrs. Nora Good
win of Mill City spent Christmas in
Roseburg at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. Warren Howe. Mr. and Mrs.
Berry and Sharon on Saturday trav
eled on down to Glendale to visit Mr.
Berry’s brother Lloyd Berry and
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Peterson and
sons, Gary and Ramon where guests
at the Don Peterson home over the
New Year holiday from Eugene.
RALEIGH HAROLD, Florist, open
Sundays and evenings, flowers tele
graphed anywhere. Funeral sprays,
planters, pot plants, corsages, wed
dings, also shrubs and landscaping
319 W. Washington, Stayton. Phone
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Salvon of Portland
and their children Dennis, John, Paul,
and Diane were visitors at the Don
Peterson home for the New Year holi
Dennis Marttala was a holiday vis
itor at his parent’s, Mr. and Mrs.
Neal Marttala, home here over the
holidays from Portland, where he is
Norman was also home
from Portland State Extension Center
over the holidays with his parents.
Glade Waite is home on furlough
y from army service visiting his par
ents over the holidays.
Airman 1-C Ernie Podrabsky spent
the holidays at the home of his par-
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Ernie Podrabsky
while on leave from George Air Force
base at Victorville, Calif.
Among those home from college for
the holidays with their parents were
Bob Baltimore, Eugene Thornley, and
Bob Shelton from University of Ore
gon at Eugene; Lawrence Thornley,
home from Portland State Extension
Center; Leia Kelly and Arlone Kuhl
man from Oregon State college at
Corvallis; Shelby Umphress, home
from Glad Tidings Bible Institute at
Santa Cruz, Calif.; David Keyes from
Reed college in Portland; Ardith Jones
from Lewis and Clark in Portland;
Delores Poole home from Oregon Col
lege of Education at Monmouth; Alone
JOHN LUND. SCOTT BRADY,
and JOYCE HOLDEN in
RED BALL EXPRESS
Kid’s Matinee—2 p.m. Saturday
“Blondie Goes to College" and
FOR THE NEW YEAR
(This ad paid by SALEM MUSIC CO.—authorized dealer in
Connsonata Electronic Organs)
For Plumbing Needs See
January 1, 1953
rill, “There’s a Song in the Air’; the
choir and Noble Streeter, “Jesu Bam
bino” and “O Holy Night”; the choir
and Joan Cauble, “Bethlehem's Lowly
Manger”; the choir and Dorothy
Dyhrman, “Siler.t Night”; the choir,
Doris Sheythe and Betty Kelly, “Naz
areth”; organ selection, “Love Di
vine”; and Rev. Streeter, “The Mes
sage of Christmas”.
Latest concert model Connsonata Organ
Professor Thomas E. Roberts of Oregon State college, Corvallis.
CONCERT HELD AT:
New Auditorium, First Baptist church, Salem,
Corner Marion at Liberty,
TIME: SUNDAY, JANUARY 4th—4 P.M.
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In grateful appreciation of your patronage
in the year just closing
we pledge a continuance of
our established quality and service.
In Technicolor — Plus —
JEFF CHANDLER and
ALEX NICOL in
Doors open at 7:20 P.M.
Complete show can be seen any
time up to 8:30
at The Mill City Enterprise
Happy New Year!
Viv s Steak House
FAYLOR and ENGLE
As we open the door on the new year, we welcome
it with all the enthusiasm in the world Somehow, we be
lieve this next year will be one of happiness for all, every
day filled to overflowing with peace, contentment and
health for our fine friends in this area
This is our New Year's
wish and we trust you will
find complete happiness and
prosperity for yourself and
those dear to you.
W. N. SIMMONS
PUBLIC ACCOUNTANT «
Bookkeeping, Accounting and
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