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About The Mill City enterprise. (Mill City, Or.) 1949-1998 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 17, 1953)
Gates I*TA Plans Reception For Faculty In October
GATES—A meeting of the execu
tive board of the Gates Parent-Tea
chers association was held at the home
of the president, Mrs. William Pen
nick, Saturday afternoon. It was de
cided to hold the first meeting of the
season, Thursday evening, October 1,
at the high school. A reception for
the teachers of the local schools will
be held that evening. Hostesses will
be the officers, Mrs. Pennick, Mrs.
Clarence Ball, Mrs. Elmer Stewart and
Mrs. Charles Tucker. Announcement
of all standing committees for the
coming year will be made by the
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t—THE MILL CITY ENTERPRISE
THURSDAY. SEPTEMBER 17, 1953
CLUB, LODGE, AND LOCAL ACTIVITIES
Women's Club Holds Reception
For Teachers Tuesday Evening
The Mill City teachers were the
and Mrs. Floyd Jones; civic commit-
guests of the Mil! City Women’s club
| tee, Mis. M. G. Rambo; chairman;
at their first meeting of the fall held
in Friendship Hall, Tuesday evening. music, Mrs. Don Sheythe; legislative,
Mrs. John Muir, president, was in Mrs. Martin Hansen; and youth, Mrs.
charge of a short program. The tea Jess Lee and Mrs. Vernon Todd.
In addition to the teachers, guests
chers were introduced by Vernon S.
Todd, superintendent, and Howard L. for the evening included husbands of
club members and Rev. and Mrs. Hugh
j Means, principal of the high school.
Mrs. W. D. Hoeye played several pi- Jull, Mrs. Don Moffatt and Mrs.
| ano numbers. An amusing “quiz pro- Pearl Eide.
Refreshment committee was Mrs.
I gram” in which the men teachers
Jess Lee and Mrs. W. C. Stewart, jr.
were the contestants was followed by
| group singing.
Mrs. Muir announced her officers MARLENE TICKLE TO BE
and standing committees for the BRIDE OF JERROLD HUNTER
year: president, Mrs. John Muir; first IN OCTOBER CEREMONY
Mr. and Mrs. William Tickle an
vice president, Mrs. Lester Hathaway;
second vice-president, Mrs. Charles nounce the forthcoming marriage of
Kelly; recording secretary, Mrs. Ver their daughter, Marlene, to Jerrold
non Todd; corresponding secretary, T. Hunter, son of Mr. and Mrs. C. F.
Mrs. Lee Knowles; and treasurer. Miss Hunter of this city.
Invitations to the wedding which
Daisy Geddes. The standing commit
tees: finance committee: Mrs. Curtis will be held in early October, are be
Cline, Mrs. W. W. Allen and Mrs. ing sent to relatives and friends.
Miss Tickle graduated in 1951 from
Harry Mason; program committee:
Mrs. Curtis Cline, Mrs. John Baldwin the Mill City high school and since
has been employed in the payroll de
partment of the Detroit Dam. Her
Faith Rebekah Lodge Opens fiancee graduated from the Mill City
high school in 1949 and has served
After Summer Recess
two years in the service, returning re
Faith Rebekah Lodge held their first cently from Korea.
fall meeting Wednesday evening after
la vacation through July and August,
Mrs. Harry Mason entertained at
with Garnett Bassett, vice-grand, act dinner last Friday honoring her
ing as noble grand, due to the absence daughter and «on-in-law, Mr. and Mrs.
of Jean Roberts. The regular routine Robert Buschman of Boulder, Color
of business was carried out, with va ado. During the evening Mr. Busch
rious plans discussed for the coming man showed pictures. Invited guests
I months. Hazel Lewis gave an interest- included Mrs. Ida Geddes, Miss Daisy
| ing report of her visitation to the con Geddes, Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Cline,
vention at Klamath Falls and visits to Mrs. J. F. Potter and Mrs. W. W. Al
other lodges, with Lola Osburn, presi len. Mr. and Mrs. Buschman left on
dent of the Rebekah Assembly of Ore Sunday for Boulder where Mr. Busch
gon. Hazel is chaplain of the Assem man attends the University of Color
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Marilyn Chapter N'o. 145, OES, re-, Meets Thursday Nite
sumed their fall meetings Monday | The first meeting of the fall for the
evening, starting with a potluck din-1 Mill City Toastmistress club was held
ner at 6:30, which was followed by at the Bank Cafe, Thursday evening,
the meeting at 8 o’clock, with Laurell with Mrs. Floyd Jones, the newly in
Johnson, worthy matron, presiding.
stalled president, presiding.
Visitors for the evening included
Speeches for the evening were re
Lowell Shinn, worthy patron, of Ains pot ts on the convention of the Inter
worth chapter, Salem; Clara Epper national Toastmistress clubs held in
son, Bridge of the Gods chapter, at Portland in July and attended by se
Stevenson; Mona Reed, Kelso chap veral of the Mill City members. Mrs.
ter, Kelso, Wash.; and about thirty W. R. Hutcheson gave "Highlights of
members from Ainsworth chapter, the Convention” and Mrs. Kenneth
Salem, Sweet Home chapter at Sweet Crosier, the local club parliamentar
Home, and Naomi chapter of Dallas.
ian, emphasized parliamentary pro
The altar was draped for a past cedure in her report. Critics were Mrs.
grand patron of the state of Oregon. V. G. Lowery and Mrs. Ed Yarnell.
Degrees were conferred upon V iola An extemporaneous speech on lighter
Hirte, Marie Stoner, Opal McRoberts, aspects of the convention was given
W. B. Hirte and Kenneth Neilson. Cleo by Mrs. Don Miley. Mrs. Vincent Pal
Neilson acted as courtesy candidate. mer was toastmistress for the even
Lois Scott presented Marie Stoner
with an Eastern Star Bible which had j Invocation was given by Mrs. Floyd
belonged to her grandmother. Mona Jones and Mrs. Arthur LeCours intro
Reed came from Kelso for the initia duced topics which recalled early
tion of her sister-in-law, Opal Mc school days. Mrs. Roger Nelson was
Refreshment committee included
Louise Palmer, Maude Clark, Mary DONNA JEAN COOKE’S
Gulliford and Florence Harris.
ENGAGEMENT IS ANNOUNCED
Tina Graham decorated the chapter
Mr. and Mrs. Edward D. Cooke are
rooms, using “an old fashioned gar
announcing the engagement of their
den” as her theme.
daughter, Donna Jean, to Lyle Mason,
son of Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Mason of
FELLOWSHIP WILL START
Miss Cooke attended Mill City
MEETINGS NEXT SUNDAY
The Youth Fellowship group of the schools and the University of Oregon.
Presbyterian church will begin their Her fiancee attended Salem high
fall meetings next Sunday afternoon school and Northwestern Schools in
Minneapolis, Minnesota. He plans to
at four o’clock.
As an introduction to the resuming enter the navy soon.
No date has been set for the wed
of meetings, a social evening will be
held on Friday. The young people are ding.
to meet at the manse at five, where a
picnic will be held in the yard and la Enterprise Class Ads Pay
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Tuesday, September 8, there were
99 high school students registered.
In the morning we had short classes.
At one o’clock we had a short assem
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bly, at which Mr. Means handed to all
the students a school hand book. These
hand books were printed by the Mill
City Enterprise. The assembly ended
On Wednesday we had regular das-
By Monday. September 14. 1953,
' there were 104 students enrolled in
the Mill City Mgh school.
On Monday the students came back
to their regular classes after being
i off since Wednesday.
The class officers for the school are:
seniors, pres., Elton Gregory: vice-
pres., Donna Ellingson; sec., Frances
I Brunner; treasurer, Dorothy Stein-
I felt: sgt.-at-arms, Jim Cuthbert; ju
niors. pres.. Brooks Crosier; vice-pres.,
i Carol Andreassen; sec., JoAnn Leach;
\ treasurer. George Rambo; Sgt.-at- áxtuocm ’> üx j : ä « x ä x:x;x!>u>r«flxna«um
arms, Delmar Syverson; sophomores,
. pres., Eddie Gregory: vice-pres.. Mor-
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I rie Bassett; sec., Jackie Bickett; treas..
Rose Fleming; Sgt.-at-arms, Eddie
Leach: freshmen, pres., Zita Crosier;
vice-pres., Don Lemke; sec., Sherry
Hansen; treas., Frances Ward.
The Student Body officers are;
pres., Dale Andreassen; vice-pres.,
Donna Bengston; sec., Ralph Jull;
treas., Richard Anderson; sgt.-at-
arms, Denny Shythe; adver. manager,
Charles Kuhlman; publicity manager,
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Monday, the Student Body elected
the song and yell leaders. The song
leaders are: Donna Bengston and Ka
ren Andreassen. and the veil leaders
are Gerry Hamblin, Jan Ross, Rose
Fleming and Bunny Caudle.
Wednesday night a football jam
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SALEM S-Mffi, COLLECT
six league teams are to play. Two six-
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man football games are to be played.
Thursday night Mill City plays Sweet
Home, here, at eight o’clock p. m. Fri
day night, eight o’clock, at Mill City,
Stayton plays Woodburn.
John W. Reid,
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NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING
NOTICE is hereby given that the
State Board of Agriculture Milk Mar
keting Administration will hold a pub
lic hearing before W. S. Weidel, exam
iner, on the 22nd day of September,
1953, at the hour of 10:00 a. m. at
Conference Room, State Library, Sa
lem. Oregon, for the purpose of con
tinuing the discussion on the proposal
to establish a market wide pool cover
ing entire Zone No. 2.
Evidence and testimony will be re
ceived bearing on that subject.
Dated at Portland, Oregon, this 11th
day of September. 1953.
W. S. WEIDEL.
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