The Mill City enterprise. (Mill City, Or.) 1949-1998, May 07, 1953, Page 4, Image 4

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    Wright Dorothy Honored
At Ranch Home Sunday
Post. Mr. Dorothy Sr. intended to
leave on Thursday, to visit relative.-
and friends in Wyoming, and w< t
ern Iowa.
Last weekend the Barley Ranch in
Central Oiegon was the scene of a
surprise biithday party, honoring
Wright Dorothy, who was 78 years
John Anderson who was in the San-
| tiam Memorial hospital in Stayton
young on Saturday.
The ranch owned by the Wiganda two weeks is home now. Mrs. Bertha
family, and managed by Mr. and Mrs. Shepherd of Gates, also Mrs. Arthui
Ted Dorothy, and Ted’s father Wright Rhoda were taken to the Santiam
Dorothy is a center attraction to many Memorial hospital for medical obser­
vation and treatment this week.
of the Dorothy friends.
The Friendship circle, joung ma­
Nestled in the rolling 'hills and
laced by the silvery Crooked river, tron’s group of the Presbyterian
• nd its tributaries the picturesque old church Sunday school met at the home
of Mrs. Martin Kelly Tuesday eve­
ranch is outstanding.
Those attending the party from Mill ning. Mrs. Ed Yarnell was in charge
City were Mr, and Mrs. Gale Dorothy, of the business session and Rev. Noble
Mr. and Mrs. Alford Stahlman, Mr. Streeter was in charge of the pro­
Refreshments concluded the
and Mrs. Kenneth Harris and Mr. and gram.
Mrs. Harold Champion of Detroit.
RALEIGH HAROLD, Florist, open
On Sunday the group enjoyed a
lovely trout dinner. For this treat Sundays and evenings, flowers tele­
we salute fisherman Kenneth Harris graphed anywhere. Funeral sprays,
and Alford Stahlman for their fine planters, pot plants, corsages, wed­
dings, also shrubs and landscaping.
Stahlman held top honors when he 319 W. Washington, Stayton. Phone
landed a trout weighing 4- lbs. and 3684.
Mrs. John Brewer of Long Beach,
measuring 1914 inches.
Other guests calling at the ranch on Calif,, is spending several weeks in
Sunday were Pat and Slim Wells of Mill City at the home of her daughter
and family, Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Kay
and other relatives.
Peggy Thomas, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Herb Thomas of Mill City
is recovering nicely from a serious ill­
ness. She is in Dornbecher hospital
in Portland.
Her doctor says she
may be able to come home by Sunday.
District convention practice for
Order of Eastern Star was held in
Mill City Tuesday night. The district
includes Turner, Jefferson, Stayton
and Mill City chapters.
Mill City eighth grade class held a
cake sale in the school Tuesday to
benefit their class treasury.
are more than 30 boys and girls to
graduate this spring.
When you buy a McCulloch chain
saw from us. you get more than a
good buy You get assurance of fac­
tory authorized service and genuine
McCulloch purls to keep your saw
in tip-top condit,on.
See us whenever your saw needs
servicing We «ell saws too If you
don t already own one of the fast­
cutting light-weight McCulloch
chain saws, maybe it's time to pay
us a visit See for yourself how these
low-priced modern saws lake care
of Umbel of any size
Mr, and Mrs. Andrew Sieg were
hosts for a dinner at their home Sun­
day in honor of their son, Donald,
who was called to the service and left
Tuesday. Covers were laid for the
honor guest, Donald Sieg, Mr. and
Mrs. Herman Free, Mr. and Mrs. Ed
Sieg, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Free, Bobbie
and Hollie, Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Free,
Michael, Gretchen and I’attie, Mr. and
Merwin Knox, Sandra, Roger,
We Specialize in Fast and Mrs.
Pat and Mike; Mr. and Mrs. Andrew
Efficient Service
' Sieg and Verna.
Mrs. Hugh Johnston was among
— TRY US —
those attending the Leaders Weekend
I'sed Saws For Sale — Good Rentals held at Crest Woods Acres.
Mr. and Mrs. John Kunkle had as
New 7-FD Fire Pumps
their guests over the weekend her
sister and family, Mr. and Mrs. Keith
Salchenberger, Donald and Marilyn
1 from An ata, Calif. They also visited
her father, Ben Bodeker of Mill City.
Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Kuni of Creswell
' were Sunday guests at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. E. I.. Roye.
Phone 2621
Mehama, Ore. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Carleton,
Larry and Carolyn spent the weekend
as guests at the home of her sister,
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Brown in Med­
Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Stevens and
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Stevens returned
home Saturday from Sheridan, Wyo.,
where they were called by the death
of the two men’s father.
Thursday evening dinner guests at
the home of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Allen
were Mr. and Mrs. Gail Fox of Salem.
Mrs. Charles Power assistant Girl
Scout leader, and Mrs. Robert David­
son with 10 Giil Scouts, went to Salem
Now They've Electrified Everything!
4— THE MILL CITY ENTERPRISE____________________________ May 7, 19~> ■
D ennis ? oaddys
buying you 4
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airport, had lunch at the new Speed­
way, and attended a dress rehearsal
of the Willamette university produc­
tion, “Good News” where they were
guests of the director, Dean Graunke.
Scouts making the trip weie Donna
Thistle, Vergena Duman, Virginia
Hollabough, Norma Bentley, Dee
Davidson, Shirley Mohler, Marjorie
Nash, Mabel Nydegger, Pat and Alta
Mrs. Jack Duggan was hostess for
the luncheon club at her home Wednes­
day with a luncheon served to Mrs.
Francis Bodeker, Mrs. Verne Shaw,
Mrs. William Cauble of Mill City, Mrs.
Dick Budlong, Mrs. Doyle Lemming of
Gates, Mrs. Larry Banga of Mehama
Mr. and Mrs. Harley Scott received
word Thursday morning of the death ,
of his father, George Scott of Sil­
Mrs. Bert Lyons, with her sister.
Mrs. Roxie Trask, of Salem, are
spending several days with relatives
on the coast.
They visited at the
Everett Lewis home in Bandon, a
brother, also a sister, Mrs. Mamie
Martin at Coquille.
Mrs. Clara Corbin, of Mill City
was a recent luncheon guest at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Roye.
Mrs. Corbin has just returned from a
trip to Flotilla.
Mrs. Orville Downing was hoste.-s
for a dinner at her home honoring her
little granddaughter, Carolyn Carleton
on her first birthday anniversary.
Covers were laid for Mr. and Mrs.
Robert Carleton, Larry and Carolyn;
Mr. and Mrs, Duane Downing and
Paula; Mr. and Mrs. John McClurg,
and Mr. and Mrs. Orville Downing.
New applications of electricity to household and farm use have made
the business of everyday living continually easier through the years,
from such major projects as mass milking operations, to things as
simple as toasting a piece of bread. Now they’ve even electrified the
kitchen cabinet itself. A new fixture called a “totalité,” which fits in
the base of these unusually-styled glass-door “pant--yettes,” has a
two-way fluorescent light, and convenient electrical outlets to plug in
the toaster, coffee-maker or electric mixer. The light illuminates both
counter-top below, and the interior of the “pantryette.”
Multnomah Kennel
Multnomah Civic Stadium
Opening Friday
May Cth
Taxes on racing gaid in 1952
to the State of Oregon were
Regulated racing was approved by majority of voters in every
county in Oregon last November.
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Ranges and Water Heaters
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