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About The Mill City enterprise. (Mill City, Or.) 1949-1998 | View Entire Issue (April 23, 1953)
5—THE MILL CITY ENTERPRISE
April 23, 1953
Marilyn Chapter OES
Marilyn Chapter No. 145 OES ob
SUNDAY & MONDAY
served its 30th anniversary Monday
Delegates from Mill City for the evening
I.aurell Johnson, worthy
Seaside convention of the Auxiliary matron and George Huffman, worthy
GINGER ROGERS and
will be Mrs. Joan Cauble and Mrs. patron, presided in the East.
M Mill 1N MONROE
Louise Oliver, alternates, Mrs. Ledora
The Chapter rooms were attractive
Kelly anj Mrs. Tearly Muir.
ly decorated with small parasols and
The Auxiliary received a thank you baskets of spring flowers by Tina !
card from the Mill City American Graham and Mary Kelly.
Terrific Comedy! »
Mill City American Legion Auxil- Legion Post for a $20 contribution.
About 50 guests were present from
Feature at 5:20, 7:30 Sunday
iary elected Mrs. Joan Cauble, presi It was reported that the Auxiliary Accacia
chapter. Stayton; Victoria
dent for the coming fiscal year dur is in need of baby clothing for its chapter, Turner and Ramona chapter.
ing the regular meeting this week. child welfare program. Little girls’
Silverton, Escorted and introduced in
Mrs. Alice Roberts was elected vice one to eight clothing is in especially the East were Lillian and Wallace
president; Mrs. Barbara Minton, sec short supply.
Humphreys, W.M. and W.P. of Ac
ond vice president; Mrs. Louise Oliver,
MARY CASTLE and
cacia chapter, Stayton; Bernice and
secretary; Mrs. Rosa Daly, treasurer;
D avid M c M ahon
Carl Wipper, WM. and WP of Victoria
Mrs. Martha Ragsdale, historian; Mrs.
chapter. Turner, and Julia Leanord.
Grace Hudson, chaplain; and Mrs.
W.M, of Ramona chapter, Silverton.
Tearly Muir, sergeant-at-arms.
Your family will be delighted twice over when they ¿¡.cover the
All past matrons and past patrons
cookie iar filled with these Double Chocolate-Nut Cookies. They re
Miss Donna Ellingston of Mill City
Stanley Kramer Production—
quick and easy to stir together, too. When you f"ate in your kitchen
were honored. Introduced wre Mil
was given the Auxiliary’s recommen
you will find it doesn’t matter if your sugar canister contains beet or
By JEAN ROBERTS
dred Allen, Zoe Chestnut, Elsie Potter,
Excellent War Film
dation as Mill City’s representative to
cane sugar—both are the same, either gives equally fine results in
Mehama—Over 300 people attended Leora Stevens, Maude Clark, Alice
Girl’s State in Salem.
baking and in all types of cookery.
a ham dinner given this past week Rupp, Lois Scott, Halle Toman, Wil
DOUBLE CHOCOLATE-NUT COOKIES
Miss Ila Mae Albright won first by the Ladies Aid to help finance the liam Shuey, Wilson Stevens. Lawrence
1% cups sifted all-purpose
prize of those of group one in the I new Mehama Community church. Walworth, Floyd Johnson, and Fern
2 one oz. cake» unsweetened
poppy poster contest conducted by ! Lyons, Mill City and Stayton as well Shuey.
M cup shortening
the Auxiliary. Miss Sybil Dart re
H teaspoon baking soda
Mildred Allen, the first worthy
1 cup beet or cane sugar
as Mehama were represented.
ceived second prize; Miss Amber Bond
matron of Marilyn chapter and only
charter member present gave the his
nutmeats. Drop batter by tea
Group two winner was Miss Wini swung into action to assist with the tory of the chapter.
Melt chocolate over hot water;
I construction of the new building, re
spoonfuls about 2 inches apart
set aside to cool. In mixing bowl
fred Murray, first.
The Chapter was constituted July
cream shortening and sugar to onto ungreased cookie sheet. Bake
Mrs. Alice Roberts, poppy chairman, gardless of creed or belief.
13, 1923. There were 20 charter mem
gether until light; beat in eggs
in hot oven (400*F.) for about 10
An electric stove and refrigerator
expressed thanks to all who entered
one at a time. Blend in cooled
minutes. Cool on cake rack. Makes
were temporarily installed in the
the poppy poster contest.
— Plus —
date to receive the degrees of the
5 dozen small cookies.
Mrs. Ina Chase, Auxiliary member
Last year 25 were received
RII HARD WIDMARK
ship chairman, reported during the to assist in serving the ham dinner. into the order which made the total
Testing Kitchen's best frosting recipes, here» news . . .
meeting that the Auxiliary now has Hams were donated by the local membership 146.
the Gravel-Voiced Kid
ALL FOR YOU . . . FASHIONS IN FROSTINGS
butcher, Gene Cole. All other food
39 members in the unit.
Entertainment for the evening was
Our newest booklet from the Beet Sugar Testing Kitchen . . . 36
Announcement of a rummage sale was donated by individuals.
pages orf"frosting recipes and informational material about making
vocal solo by Richalyn Muckridge
When the old building was burned,
for May 1 and 2 was made. A call
successful toppings for your cakes every time. Illustrations for deco-
and a “Flapper Quartet”, Jan Ross,
for rummage resulting from spring ' Alice Pooler, a housewife nearby, fur Gerry Hamblin, Donna Ellingston and
rating cakes for special occasions too.
clean-up also issued. Those having nished coffee at midnight for the vol Dorothy Downer, accompanied by
For your copy write to:
! V Kid's Matinee—2 p.m. Saturday
such rummage call 324 or 2084 for unteer workers watching the fire. Betty Lou Cree.
Burt Lancaster in
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Fire hoses were attached to Horace
'«!■> sat a
pickup of same.
The altar was draped in memory of
Consumer Service Department, Dept. N
McCarley’s water system keeping his
Western Beet Sugar Producers, Inc.
A. D. Scott, a past patron.
pump running all night.
Receiving the degrees of the order
Door» open at 7:20 P.M.
Sid Etzel who lives in another com
San Francisco 11, California
were Jacqueline and Ivan Smith of
9 Complete show can be »een any
munity has donated time removing
time up to 8:30
Lyons. Doris Sheythe furnished the
dirt from the basement.
and confined at home is Mrs. W.
equipment, cat, truck and loader is
Following the meeting refreshments
being supplied free of charge by Ercill
Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Herman and
were served by the members living at
Detroit, Idanha, and Mongold.
The family left Friday afternoon for Rich- |
Dirt from the new basement is being
The Wednesday afternoon card club
at The Mill City Enterprise
decorations carried out the anniver land, Wash., where they spent the
sold to anyone needing dirt. Proceeds
weekend with friends.
met at the Rebekah hall with Mrs.
of this kind help the building fund.
A practice meeting for the district
RALEIGH HAROLD, Florist, open Bob Free as hostess. A 1:30 dessert
Ladies of the community plan to
meeting was announced for April 28 Sundays and evenings, flowers tele luncheon preceded the playing of sev
serve hot lunches on Saturdays for
with officers to be present from Ac- graphed anywhere. Funeral sprays, eral tables of 500. Mrs. Herman Free
volunteer workers helping on the
cacia chapter, Stayton; Victoria chap planters, pot plants, corsages, wed held the high score; Mrs. Vern Ny-
church. First one offering her serv-
ter, Turner and Marilyn chapter, Mill dings, also shrubs and landscaping. degger, second high; Mrs. Orville
ices by supplying food is Mrs. Carl
319 W. Washington, Stayton. Phone Downing, low, and Mrs. Oscar Naue
Windsor who will prepare lunch this
12tf won the traveling prize.
I coming Saturday.
Present were Mesdames Oscar
meeting Rose Cree, Edith Mason and
Members of the Friendship circle
(imit nut/ul I ♦
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of the Presbyterian church Sunday Naue, Orville Downing, Albert Bass,
school and their families, held a cov- I Herman Free, Andrew Seig, George
spent the day shopping in Portland. ered dish supper in the church dining I Huffman, Kenneth Helemn, Sam
Mrs. Jessie Veness, who has been rooms Friday night.
l.„„ Bridg-es, Vern Nydegger, Earl Allen,
ti JittZ ïAt lût... M
Miss Ursula Glaeser, Willamette visiting in Mill City the past week, Streeter showed slides following the Henry Holzfuss, Pat Lyons, Bert
Lyons, Joe Johnson, Chester Roy,
university exchange student from took care of the two younger children. dinner.
Mrs. Inez Ring and the hostess, Mrs.
Australia, was the guest speaker at
Mill City grade school boys played
Attending were Mr. and Mrs. V. S.
the regular meeting of the Mill City softball with the Mari-Linn grade Todd and boys, Mrs. W. W. Alen, Mr. Free.
Woman's club Tuesday night, April schoolers Friday afternoon. Mill City and Mrs. Donald Sheythe and boys,
21. Hostesses for the meeting were graders won the game 12-8. Jim Hale Mrs. R. S. Corbin, Mr. and Mrs. Wen-
Mis. W. W. Allen, Mrs. F. II. Keyes, is the local grade school coach.
dell Heller and daughter, Mr. and I
Mrs. O. K. DeWitt and Mrs. Harry , Santiam Rebekah lodge No. 166, Mrs. Delos Hoeye and three children, |
met in regular session Wednesday Mrs. Herbert Schroeder, Mr. and Mrs.
Spending several days in Mill City njght with Antonia Thomas, noble Martin Kelly, Mr. and Mrs. D. B.
during the week were Mr. and Mrs glandi aid Eva Duffy, vice grand, in Hill, Mr. and Mrs. Arlo Tuers and
Scouts of the Calapooya district
Wallace Henderson and son, Charles _
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It was announced that the
met at Gates last night, April 21, for
“The Home of Halmark Cards"
of Redmond, former residents here. 1 lodge would seat the officers at the
Rev. and Mrs. Wm. Turnbull from training in troop operation and pro
330 Court Street
Taking advantage of the school hol ' district No. 7 convention which con- Jacksonville were Friday visitors last gram. Harry Way, Troop 48, Aums
iday Monday were Mr. and Mrs. • venes in Scio in June. Rachel Olm- week.
The Turnbulls visited their ville and Bob Weeks of Troop 100.
Robert Veness, Carol and Shirley, who ’ stead was asked to represent the Mill many friends and fellow church de Albany directed the tiaining.
City lodge in the emblem contest at votees.
Those present were Larry Large,
Sunday visitors at the Herbert Michael Peterson, Charles C. Kelly,
Also announced was that about $40 Schroeder home were their son and E. D. Cooke, Bob Veness, Richard Ver
was cleared at the Easter cooked food family from Salem, Mr. and Mrs. beck, Donald Lemke, Dale Andreassen,
sale sponsored by’ the 3-Links club. Derrel Schroeder and daughter.
& ELECTRIC SUPPLIES
Rachel Olmstead acted as general
Julia Bassett of Santiam Rebekah City; Larry Jack, Idanha; Harry Way,
[chairman of the sale.
DEALERSHIP FOR MONTAG ELECTRIC RANGES
lodge No. 166 has received the ap Aumsville; Earle Henness, Don Miley,
The committee appointed to serve pointment of color beater to act at E. A. Chance, and Mrs. Allura Chance
for the next meeting included Hattie grand lodge of Oregon which convenes of Gates; and Marvin Coonrod, Del
Fencl, Gladys Podrabsky, Anna Mae in Portland May 20-21. The appoint Racette, Bob Weeks, and Clarke I.ethin
McClintock, and Edythe Means.
ment was made by the president of ail of Albany.
Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Davis have both the Rebekah assembly of Oregon, Mrs.
Mrs. Allura Chance of Gates was '
i been ill with flu and confined to their Olive Ramey. Mrs. Bassett is a past hostess and served doughnut» and.
home the past week. Also ill with flu noble grand of Mill City lodge and coffee.
was recently recommended by the
lodge to the office of district deputy
Mrs. Bassett will attend
gtand lodge, also, as an official dele
gate representing the Santiam Re
Mrs. Joan Cauble
Mehama Ham Dinner
Eight Iron Men
My Pal Gus
J Mrs. Bob Free Entertains
Wednesday Card Club
Hold Gates Meeting
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I WILL SELL AT PRIVATE SALE
Subject to approval of the
Marion County Court, the
John Stamos Farm
of 160 Acres
located three miles West of Mill City,
in Marion County, Oregon
INSPECTION MAY BE MADE AT ANY TIME
I wish to sell this farm at an early date, in order to
close the Estate of said John Stamos.
D. B. Hill, Administrator