The Mill City enterprise. (Mill City, Or.) 1949-1998, September 10, 1953, Page 5, Image 5

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    Mr. and Mrs. Howard Farmen and S—THE MILL CITY ENTERPRISE
Mr. and Mrs. Melvin LaVine were
Returning from a week's stay at
dinner guests at the home of Mr. and
the Surftides at Wecoma Beach are
Mrs. Jack Scott Sunday evening.
Mr. and Mrs. Russell Hoffman, Joanne,
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Kimmel spent Marianne and Zeta Crosier.
Mrs. W. F. Mtsener spent Thurs­ Sunday’ at the Fair and on Monday
day afternoon visiting with Mrs. Em­ spent the day at Creswell, visiting at
Mrs. Lester Hathaway and Mrs.
ma Teters. Mrs. Misener stated they the home of Mr. and Mrs. O. E. Hood- Melbourne Rambo and Laura Jo, spent
plan on leaving Mill City about the enpyle, former residents of Mill City. several days in Portland last week on
end of this month.
business and visiting friends.
Mr. and Mrs. Lester Hathaway en­ I
The Don Jenkins family spent Mon­ tertained on Sunday at a family din­
The Shields Remine's had as their
day huckleberry picking on Monument ner. Guests included Mr. and Mrs. guests last week his brother and fam­
Peak. Don stated the berries were Don Nelson and Shelly of Klamath, ily, Mr. and Mrs. John D. Remine of
pretty good, they having picked over California, and Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Echo Ranch near Altadena, Calif.
six gallons in the short time they Hathaway and family of Redding,
were out.
California. Mrs. Nelson and Shelly
Wednesday afternoon was the first
have been guests of her parents for fall meeting of the Presbyterian Aid,
Services at the Presbyterian church the past tw’o weeks.
meeting at the Recreation room to
was well attended Sunday, despite the
make plans for the year’s work.
absence of many of the regular mem­
The Mill City Ministerial Associa­
bers being out of town over the week­ tion held a pot-luck dinner on Sunday
Members of the Toastmistress club
end. The church is looking forward to in the yard of the Presbyterian manse. will meet. Thursday evening at seven
a renewed interest in the church and Those present were Rev. and Mrs. o’clock at the Bank Cafe, for their
Sunday school with the starting of Hugh Jull. Wilma and Ralph, Rev. first meeting after a summer vaca­
school. The church has installed auto­ and Mrs. Lee Joiner and children, tion.
matic oil furnace this summer that Rev. and Mrs. Harold Martin and Den­
will insure comfort in both the church nis, and the hosts. Rev. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Swan and son
and Fellowship hall.
Lynn of Portland, were weekend visi­
Noble Streeter, Stephen and Susan.
---------------------------------------------- tors at his parents’, Mr. and Mrs.
John Swan. Sunday, they attended the
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a price you can afford to pay
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Phone 4561
Gates, Oregon
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"It's the Water”
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Mrs. Paul Horner is at present va­
cationing in the middle west, visiting
two brothers, Carl Braden of Smith
Center, Kansas, and Gene Braden of
Bushton. Kansas, both of whom pre­
viously lived here. She will drive on
south, making the trip alone in her car,
®n(i return via Grand Canyon, Zion
Park, Bryce Canyon and Yosemite '
Park. She will then stop for a few j
days with Mr. and Mrs. L. P. Tuck­
er of Redding, Calif., who visited her
and daughter, Lucille Horner, and
with their son, Gene Tucker of Mill
City, last July, before returning home.
Quality Meats and Groceries
Mr. and Mrs. S. Eliassen. and a
guest from Albany, Oregon, were
guests over the Labor Day weekend
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. D. B.
Hill here.
Mr. and M rs. Wayne Erickson and
family of Longview’, Washington,
spent from Satuiday until Monday
evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
W. J. Timm.
Mr. and Mrs. Charley Day are plan­
ning to leave soon on an extended trip
of several months by car, through
several states and possibly as far as
Florida. Mrs. Day has, until recently,
been employed at the local telephone
office. Mrs. Margaret Rush of Gates
is now employed there.
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spewing company .
Mr. and Mrs. Franklin Coryell, who
hate been at Ketchikan. Alaska, arriv­
ed in Mill City the forepart of this
week to visit at the home of his moth­
er, Mrs. Cecil Lake.
Mr. and Mrs. Que Haines of Port­
land were guests of her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. W. B. Shuey, for the week­
end. They spent Sunday and Monday
at Clear Lake.
Always So Enjoyable
O lympia
Cpl. Carney Stevens arrived home
Tuesday night after having served 13
months in Korea. He will report back
for duty at Fort Lewis, after a 30-day
furlough spent here with his parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Russell Stevens, sr. A
combined homecoming and birthday
. party was held at the Stevens home
Wednesday night, for Cpl. Stevens
and Lauretta Stevens, who celebrated
her birthday. Out-of-town guests for
the party were the Carl and Russell
; Stevens families of Grants Pass. Cpt.
' Stevens caught a ride from Lebanon to
I Mill City with Mr. and Mrs. Ray
I Dennis.
4%. .
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In case of rain dance will be held at Detroit Gymnasium
Model 760A 30-06 Remington
will be given away by us
FREE! Sent 18th
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Model 4201 Dormeyer Food Mixer
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Other Merchants are joining us in giving away several
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Green Stamps
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Phone 331
Idanha, Oregon