The Mill City enterprise. (Mill City, Or.) 1949-1998, March 12, 1953, Page 8, Image 8

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    •—THE MILL CITY ENTERPRISE
March 12. 1953
Sontiam Sportsmen Mill City Cub Pack
Entertains Parents
Plan Derby Rules
Tentative rules governing the sum­
In celebration of the 43rd year of
mer fishing derby sponsored by the ! Cub Scouting Mill City Cub Scouts
Korth Santiani Sportsmens’ club was I comprising Pack No. 84 met at the
the primary item of business before , Odd Fellows hall on Sunday after­
the group at their Monday night meet­ noon, March 1 at 3 p.m. for a dinner
ing in the Mill City American Legion and general get-together pack meet-
I ing with their parents and other mem­
hall.
A few refinements were voted into bers of their immediate families. The
the rules that governed last year’s 1 dinner was planned by the Den Moth­
derby. All fish this year will be en­ ers and the overall get-together was
tered by dressed weight, with the gills presided over by the Mill City Scout
committee.
removed.
Prizes will be awarded in the cut­
Special guests at the dinner were
throat trout, rainbow, and eastern Clark Lethin, of the district scout
brook classifications. Prize for the council office at Albany; Mrs. Roger
rainbow will go again for the heaviest Nelson, president of the PTA; and
fish under 20 inches in length, as the Vernon Todd, supt. of schools.
game commission classes a rainbow
Some of the highlights of the after-
over 20 inches as a steelhead.
A German brown or dolly varden I
classification was added with the Arthur Lake Nov/ Is
Meander Inn furnishing the prize for In Basic Training
this class. The biggest dolly or brown
Fort Lswit, Wash.—Arthur G. Lake
will take the prize.
Check-in stations will again be formerly of Lyons, has been assigned
Camp’s sporting goods and Santiam to the 44th Infantry division at Fort
hardware, in Stayton; Ken Golliet’s Lewis, Wash., for basic training.
Arthur is the son of Russell C.
in Mehama; and Meander Inn in Mill
i Lake who lives at Lyons.
City.
He is assigned to Company A, 129
Final rules will be announced be­
fore the summer trout season opens Infantry Regiment. The 44th Divi­
sion is an Illinois National Guard unit
April 18.
The Sportsmen also voted to spon­ activated in February, 1952, an<| sta­
sor a set of drapes for a two-window tioned at Camp Cooke, Calif., until
room at the new Santiam Memorial , last December.
hospital scheduled to open soon.
Mrs. Ione Love Thielke sang songs ' Derrel Farman left early Saturday
of Oregon, and a movie “Natural Re- , morning for Seattle, Wash., and, after
.sources of Oregon”, provided the eve­ spending a few days there, he expects
to go to Alaska where he will work
nings entertainment.
More than 70 members attended ■ during the spring and summer.
and lunch was served by the ladies
of the organization.
LYONS
Mrs. Elva Kuiken is announcing the
engagement of her daughter, Miss Joy
Eileen Kuiken of Lyon.«, to Ray West-
enhou.se, son of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth
Westenhouse of Scio. No date has '
been set for the wedding.
Miss
Kuiken is a senior at the Oregon Col­
lege of Education and Mr. Westen­
house a senior at the University of
Oregon in Eugene.
Earl Helemn, Boy Scoutmaster,
with his Scouts will sponsor a spag­
hetti supper in the All Purpose room
at the Mari-Linn school, Sunday eve­
ning. March 15. Proceeds will go to
buy tents for the Scouts.
The "Willeatha's”, the new restau­
rant, will open Sunday, March 22,
with Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Thompson as
proprietors.
Sunday guests ut the home of Mr.
• nd Mrs. Art Olmstead were Mr. and
Mrs. Walter Olmstead of Mill City,
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Olmstead, Bob and
Judy of Coburg, Mr. and Mrs. Byron '
Edmundson, Ronald and Ray of Oak
Grove.
The occasion honored the
birthday anniversaries of Walter Olm­
stead, Ed Olmstead. Byron Edmund­
son and Mrs. Art Olmstead.
Mr. and Mrs. Eldon Mulkey, Mr.
and Mrs. Glen Parrish, Mrs. Walter
Parrish of Silverton, Mrs. Alice Huber,
Miss Norman Miller ami Miss Vivian
Boyce were Sunday evening guests at
the home of Mr. and Mrs. Donald
Huber, honoring Dennis Huber on his
fifth birthday anniversary.
Mr. and Mrs. Dee Ethridge have
sold their home east of Lyons to Mr.
• nd Mrs. Samuel L. Roberts of Turner.
Mr. and Mrs. Ethtidge and children
have moved to one of the cottages
near the Southern Pacific depot where
he is agent.
Sunday guests at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. W. R Stevens were Mr. and
Mrs. Ernie Szeimies of Portland. They,
wtih the Stevens family, were dinner
guests at the hoeni of Mi. and Mrs.
Orville Downing.
Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Bassett and
Cecil spent Sunday at the Paul John­
ston home in Culver. The Johnstons
are former residents of Lyons.
Thursday visitors at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Burmester were
her parents, Mr. and Mr-. William
Beran of Roger Mountain near Scio.
Construction on the nr* Community
Methodits chuich has begun.
The
first cement w-as poured Saturday
morning for the foundation. Jerry
Tharp has been engaged as construc­
tion foreman.
E. L. Roy., O. S.
Toland. Rev. Feenstra and Hugh John­
ston helped place the forms.
Mr. and Mrs. R P Lyons spent
the weekend with their daughter and
family, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Gisler at
Marion.
For Guaranteed Cleaning
it’s the
NU METHOD
dinner entertainment featured dances I and in addition to being chairman
by Charles and Carol Stewart; “taps" ! Morris will act as Assistant Cub-
by the Cub Scout buglers; impromptu master,
jokes by Bob Hill Jr.; and a showing ,
entire committee expressed
of a series of color slides by Lethin ' thanks to the Odd Fellows for the
taken at last year’s Camp Pioneer ' gracious use of their hall in helping
encampments and Scout Circus at promote a function which saw a lot
Salem.
I of Cub Scouts go home stuffed and
Ken Siler, Mill City Cubmaster, re­ happy.
ceived a rousing hand for his untiring
Following is a list of achievement
efforts in promoting Cub Scouting , awards presents to scouts at this pack
for the small fry.
meeting:
The new committee who will guide
Robert Fleming, service star; Ray­
the Cub Scouts for the next year were mond Goodwin, service star, Lion
introduced. They are: Tom Morris, i award, bear silver arrow, lion gold
chairman; Ned Warriner, vice chair­ and silver arrows; Dorman Gregory,
man; Don Jenkins, finance; Wilbur , service star, lion gold arrow, and
Meinert, achievements; Ken Hunt, Webelos badge; Lawrence Hunt, serv-
contact man; Ken Siler, Cubmaster, I ice star; Lee McNealy, service star
badge; Larry Nielsen, wolf award, and
Bert Bothwell, bear silver arrow.
Boy Scout den chiefs receiving
awards were: Larry Large, Donald
Lemke, Lahnny Podrabsky, service
stars; and Jerry Foster, cord emblem.
I
Moving
IN FORMER MILL CITY CAFE BUILDING
WEEK OF MARCH 16
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Beautiful Moccasins
SEE THESE BEFORE
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Provost, service star and lion award;
Kenny Siler, service star, bear silver
arrow, lion award, lion gold and silver
arrows; Patrick Thompson, bobcat
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