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About The Mill City enterprise. (Mill City, Or.) 1949-1998 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 10, 1953)
The MILL CITY ENTERPRISE
BON W. MOFFATT
O.E.S. To Have
A family reunion, held at Paiadise
Marilyn Chapter No. 145, O. E. S.
Island near Salem, brought together will resume their meetings September
sixty-six members of the Timm re 14, starting with a potluck dinner at
.. Editor and Publisher
lationship and as many more were un 6:30 followed by the regular meeting
CLUB, LODGE, AND LOCAL ACTIVITIES
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able to be present. The reunion Sun at 8 o'clock, with Laurell Johnson,
day was an ali-day affair, those pres worthy matron, presiding.
ent bringing pot-luck lunch and en
Receiving the degree of the order
joying the out-of-doors picnic and will be Opal McRoberts. Viola Hirte,
visiting. People from Oregon, Wash Marie Stover, W. B. Hirte and Ken-
ington and California were present. neth Nielson.
Henry Timm, Edward Timm, W. J.
Visiting Chapters will be Naomi
An event of much interest in Mill j dith Jones, Jerry Hamblin, Donna Timm, Mrs. Anna Kahl, of Mill City, from Dallas; Sweet Home Chapter,
I City next Sunday afternoon, Septemb Ellingson, Penny Gould. Frances and Mrs. Cleo Keppinger and Walter Sweet Home; Chadwick, Salem and
er 13 will be the institutioi^of a Rain- Ward, Zeta Crosier, Janet Ross, Sher Timm of Salem are the brothers and Ainsworth of Salem.
1 bow assembly sponsored by Masonic ry Hansen, Margaret Palmer, Nancy sisters of the Timm family, and they,
Tina Graham will decorate the
Ix>dge No. 180 A.F.4A.M. and Marilyn Olsen, Annette Melting, all of Mill with their wives, husbands, children Chapter rooms and serving on the
Chapter of 45 of the Order of Eastern City; Judy Haseman and Joyce Wat and grand-children, formed the family committee for the potluck dinner and
kins of Idanha: Anna Marie Hirtie of group Sunday. It is estimated there the refreshments following the meet
The initiation of new members will Gates; and Jeanette Huffman of are 144 members of the Timm family. ing will be Mrs. Vern Clark, Mrs. Vin
Present Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. I cent Palmer, Mrs. Ivan Smith and
take place at 1:30 in the elementaiy Lyons.
school gymnasium and will be followed
Mrs. Laurel Johnson, worthy ma W. J. Timm, Henry and Edward Timm, Mrs. Robert Davidson.
at about 2:30 by the installation of tron of Marilyn chapter, has announ Mrs. Anna Kahl, Mr. and Mrs. Oliver
All members of the Chapter are
new officers. All guests are welcome ced the following committees for the Muise and Alan, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth urged to attend and visitors will re
at the installation of officers, while Sunday event: refreshment committee Weathers and Vickie, all of Mill City; ceive a cordial welcome.
the initiation is open to all Masons, includes Mrs. Clara Morris, Mrs. Do Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Blackburn of
Eastern Star and Rainbow girls.
rothy Draper, Mrs. Mabel Nelson, Gates; Mrs. Maude Timm, Mr. and PINOCHLE < LI B MET IN
The girls to be initiated on Sunday i Mrs. Stella Kay, and Mrs. Gwen Mrs. Loyal Timm, Gary and Gerald, GATES LAST THURSDAY
include: Camille Coble, Marlene An-1 Jones; hostess committee, Mrs. Edna of Swisshome, Ore.; Mr. and Mrs.
The Lucky Twelve pinochle club
dtrson, Audrey Shaw, Carol Cooke, Ross and Mrs. Marion Todd; and de Cleo Keppinger, sr, Mrs. Cleo Kep met Thursday afternoon at the Bert
Frances Johnson, Betty Perry, and coration committee, Mrs. Betty Tin pinger, jr, and baby; Mr. and Mrs. I Vanderhoof home in Gates, with Mar
James DeLapp, Mr. and Mrs. Walter garet Clise as hostess. A luncheon of
Rosalie Bassett and Nancy Lee Poiter ney.
Timm, Joan and David, Mr. and Mrs.
->f Mill City; Anna Bess Carle of
salad and date and nut bread
Jess Hogate, all of Salem; Stanley chicken
danha; Jacke Bickett of Elkhorn,! Mill City Women’s Club
¡ | Hogate of Coquille, Ore.; Mrs. Evelyn was served before the afternoon’s
Karen Andreassen and Donalee Oliver
To Honor Faculty at
Conklin, Mrs. Esta Edwards and Myr play.
High score was won by Dorothy
Other charter members who are Meeting Tuesday Evening na, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Evans, Lila Johnson, low by Mrs. F. Blazek and
transferring from Acacia Assembly I According to Mrs. John Muir, presi and Arthinia, all of Klamath, Calif.; pinochle by Ruth Kerr.
are Leia Mel Kelly, Vera Loucks, Bet dent of the Mill City Federated Wo Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Erickson, Lanny,
ty Lou Cree, Donna Jean Cooke, Ar- men’s club, the first meeting of the Alan, Paula Jean, Dale and Keith, of Business and Professional
fall season will be held Tuesday even Longview, Wash.; Mr. and Mrs. C. R.
ing, September 15th at eight o’clock. Gemeinhardt from Pico, Calif.; Mr.
WOMANS CLUB ENJOY
At this meeting, held in the Pres and Mrs. Larry Kropf, Ronnie and
! SOCIAL MEETING AT GATES
byterian recreation rooms, a reception Vickie, Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy Gustaf
GATES—The social meeting of the will honor members of the faculty, son, Mike and Timmie, Mr. and Mrs.
Gates Woman’s club was held at the their husbands and wives.
Vilas Kirk. Rita and David, and Mr.
I home of Mrs. Margie Anderson, Thurs-
and Mrs. Robert Grimes, Lance and
Physician & Surgeon
I day afternoon. Following a no-host BIRTHDAYS OF FOUR SISTERS
Tamara. Several visitors were also
i picnic lunch served on the lawn, the OBSERVED AT A DINNER
I remainder of the afternoon was spent
GATES—Complimenting Mrs. Geo.
informally. Special guests were Mrs. Thomas, Mrs. Bessie Bassett, Mrs. RESIDENTS OF AREA SPEND
I Edwin Kadine and daughter Judy and Alice Thacker and Mrs. Ruth Vining, BUSY LABOR DAY WEEKEND
DR. VICTOR J. MYERS
I Mrs. Willard Hudson of Salem.
four sisters from Mill City, whose
Residents of Mill City spent a busj
Members present were Mrs. Jack birthdays fall within a few days of Labor
Brown, Mrs. W. S. Hudson, Mrs. Glen each other, Mrs. Lang Stafford was
Office Building. 2nd Floor
Gordon, Mrs. W. R. Hutcheson, Mrs. hostess at a birthday dinner at her
the Oregon State Fair, en
Phone: Stay ton 2274
John Watson, Mrs. Tim White, Mrs. home Monday evening. The honored visiting
tertaining visitors, fishing and pic-
Albert Millsap and the hostess.
guests are all Mr. Stafford’s sisters. nicing.
Among Mill City softball enthusi
asts who were in Pendleton wer: Mr.
I and Mrs. Carl Kelly, Mr. and Mrs.
J. W. GOIN
I Russell Kelly, Mr. and Mrs. Bob
| Hill, S. G. Higdon, Mr. and Mrs.
j Ralph Budlong, Miss Martha Ruth
I Higdon, Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Faust,
Claade lewis’ Service Station
| Mr. and Mrs. Homer Thacker and
' Leon and Tommy, Burton Boroughs,
Mr.»and Mrs. Frank Smith of Sheri-
I dan, Mr. and Mrs. Bill McCoy, Miss
I Alice Smith, Ray Caudle, Mr. and Mrs.
General Dry Goods
i Mr. and Mrs.
Mrs. William Hutchison of Gates,
Mr. and Mrs. Gene Armstrong, Mr.
' and Mrs. Gale Dorothy, Mr. and Mrs.
I Russell Brown, Pat and Russell, Mr.
and Mrs. Al Hoffman of Richland,
Washington, Carol Jane Blazek, Mrs.
WE GIVE S&H GREEN STAMPS
I Al Zuber, Mrs. Bob Carleton of Lyons,
1 Mrs. John Pearson of Portland, Mrs.
Brownie Valdez and Mrs. Danny Val
Modem Funeral Service
dez of Salem, Mrs. John Hoffert of
Gates and Mrs. Bob Willis of Eugene.
Entered as second-olaes matter November 10, 1944 at the post office at
Mill City, Oregon, under the Act of March 3. 1879.
PEARL EIDE _____
2— the mill city enterprise T hursday , S eptember io, 1953 ; Timm Family Reunion
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With 66 Relatives Present
Let Us Do Your Printing
Rainbow Assembly To Be
Instituted Here Sunday
Mill City Enterprise
John W. Reid, M D.
Jenkins Hardware Features
SPARK OIL HEATERS
We carry a complete line of tubing, fittings, filters,
stovepipes and tanks. Call us for installations.
WOMENS CHRISTIAN SOCIETY
TO HAVE SMORGASBORD AT
LYONS NEXT SATURDAY
LYONS—The Womens Society of
Christian Service met at the home of
Septic Tanks and Sewers Cleaned •
Mrs. Floyd Bassett Tuesday, with a
1:30 dessert luncheon, followed by the Phone SALEM 3-9468, COLLECT ♦
1079 Elm St, W. Salem
business meeting. Mrs. Leonard Cru-
son, vice-president, presided, due to
the absence of Mrs. George Huffman,
president. Devotions were lead by Mrs.
Alex Bodeker. Various plans were
made and discussed.
Saturday evening, September 12, is
the date set for the Smorgasbord din
Garbage, ashes, trimmings, etc.
ner with the following committees
weekly pickups $1.50 per month
appointed in charge: food, Mrs. James
Also light hauling.
Hollingshead, Mrs. Leonard Cruson,
Mrs. Alex Bodeker, Mrs. E. L. Roye; Leonard Herman
dining room, Mrs. Wilson Stevens,
Mrs. Harold Sheriff, Mrs. Ivan Smith,
Miss Norma Miller; cleanup, Mrs. i
Clyde Bressler, Mrs. Willard Hartnell,
Mrs. Wood Oliver, assisted by others;
publicity, Mrs. Glen Julian, and Mrs.
Leo Cruson. Plans were also made
and discussed for the annual bazaar
which will be held some time in Octo
Has moved his Mill City office to
ber. Attending the meeting were Mes-
Stayton in the Post Office Bldg,
dames, Leonard Cruson, Virgil Rogers,
2nd Floor, in the
Harold Sheriff. Wilson Stevens, Glen
J. Myers offices
Julian, Alex Bodeker, Mrs. Viola Zan
Thursdays 1 p.m. to 6 p.m.
der, Mrs. Inez Ring and the hostess,
Mrs. Floyd Bassett.
313 W. FIRST, ALBANY
FIREMENS AUXILIARY TO
MEET NEXT THURSDAY
The Firemen’s Auxiliary will hold
their first meeting of the fall season,
on Thursday evening, September 17th
at 7:30 o’clock. The meeting will be
in the Firehall, with Mrs. John Muir,
as head of the auxiliary, presiding.
MIKE'S Septic Service:
You'ra "sitting pretty
behind the wheel
You get greater getaway
with the new Powerglide*
Take this Bel Air model. First
thing you'll notice is the qual
ity of the interior Rich-looking
appointments. Roomy seats
with foam rubber cushions.
Turn the key to start the en
gine and you're ready to go.
A lot finer performance on a
lot less gas. That’s what you
get with the new Powerglide
automatic transmission. There’s
no more advanced automatic
transmission at any price.
You con see all around
You look out and down
through a wide, curved, one-
piece windshield. The pano
ramic rear window and big
tide windows provide a clear
view in all directions.
And it's the
You get more power
on less gas
That’s because Chevrolet’s two
great valve-in-head engines are
high-compression engines. In
Powerglide* models, you get
the most powerful engine in
Chevrolet's field — the new
115-h.p. "Blue-Flame.” Gear
shift models offer the advanced
108-h.p “Thrift-King" engine.
A demonstration will show you
that Chevrolet offers just about
eventhing you could want. Yet
it’s the lowest-priced line in the
Il'» heavier for
Biggest brakes for
smoother, easier slops
An easy nudge on the pedal
brings smooth, positive response
—right now’ Chevrolet's im
proved brakes are the largest
in the low price field.
You’re in for a pleasant sur
prise at the smooth, steady,
big-car ride of this new Chev
rolet. One reason is that, model
for model. Chevrolet will weigh
up to 200 pounds more than
the other low-priced cars.
•CoasMnerKHt of Pouertlide auto
matic meiuwiirrios and //5-A.g.
" Blue-Flame" engine opttonai on
“Tu-o-Ten" and Bel Air models al
Gene Teagee Chevrolet
Chevrolet Sales and Service
Mr. and Mrs. Charles French drove
to Beaverton. Ore, Saturday where
they visited at the home of Mr. and j
Mrs. J. R. Gulley, returning home
Monday. While at Beaverton, they at- i
tended the girls softball toudnament
and the motorcycle races.
• Don’t expect your Phy
sician to perform mira
cle». Remember, it takes
more time and effort to
climb uphill than to coast
down! Your patience and
niil co-operation are es
sential to rapid recovery.
31.50 per month and op
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