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About The Mill City enterprise. (Mill City, Or.) 1949-1998 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 1, 1953)
I—THE MILL CITY ENTERPRISE
On the Skyline where the mulies roam
FLYING X PACKERS will work out from
SKI LODGE (Hodo Bowl)
For particulars ask Detroit businessmen
Make reservations at Lake Club or Cafe
THURSDAY. OCTOBER 1, 1953
CLUB, LODGE, AND LOCAL ACTIVITIES
Mrs. Vernon Todd, Woman’s Editor
Missionaries To Be
Guest Speakers This Fail
Garden Club Demonstrates
Elower Show at Thursday
Night Meeting at Kimmels
A playlet entitled, “Together we
seek to be Builders of Personality”
An interesting demonstration of
CLYDE HUTC HINSON
was presented for the program of the flower show practice made up the pro
Women’s Association of the Presby gram of the Mill City Garden Club
terian Church at their meeting held at their regular monthly meeting held
Wednesday afternoon of last week in last Thursday evening at the home of
Mrs. J. C. Kimmel.
Taking part in the play were Rev.
Mrs. Charles Dolezal and Mrs. Cur
Noble Streeter as the judge; Mrs. Mel tis Cline demonstrated their explana
Robinson, clerk; Mrs. Noble Streeter, tion of flower show practice with
and Mrs. Floyd Jones, the jury; and flowers, various containers and ar
Mrs. Herbert Schroeder, Mrs. Roy Ep rangements. There was informal dis
person and Mrs. Jtalph Fough, the cussion.
During the business meeting, pre
Plans were made for entertaining sided over by Mrs. Bert Morris, presi
the guest speakers who are coming dent, there was discussion of the pub
to the church this fall, during the lic dinner to be given by the Garden
business meeting, presided over by Club Saturday evening, October 17,
t Mrs. James Swan. Both a tea and a I in the I. O. O. F. hall.
i dinner are planned for the visit of Mr.
Hostesses for the evening were Mrs.
and Mrs. Clair Denman who are mis I Charles Dolezal, Mrs. Ernest Podrab-
sionaries from Mexico, who are par- i sky and Mrs. Kimmel.
ally supported by the Mill City
church. They will be in Mill City from
October 8 to 12.
“Humor” Is Toastmistress
Mrs. Perry Hanson, one of the last Club Theme Thursday
missionaries out of China, is scheduled
for October 22. She will be remember “Humor” was the theme presented
ed as Irene Foresythe who was here by the topic mistress, Mrs. Howard
several times before the war and was Means, and the members responded
with anecdotes at the regular Mill
popular as a speaker.
Miss Eleanor Ewing of San Fran City Toastmistress meeting at the
cisco will be a guest of tile church on Bank Cafe, Thursday evening. Mrs.
November 10, and Dr. John Furnas Floyd Jones presided and Mrs. Vernon
Todd was toastmistress.
will be here, December 9.
A varied group of topics was pres
ented by the three speakers. “Don’t
Mill City Garden Club
Let Yourself Go” was the title of Mrs.
To Have Work Day Oct. 10 Gale Lowery’s speech which dealt
The Mill City Garden Club is plan with hobbies. She displayed some of
ning a work day for October 10, in her own oil paintings to illustrate her
i speech. Mrs. Ed Yarnell spoke on “Far
the Rebekah lodge hall.
Mrs. Wanda Edlund, Scotts Mills, Away Places’!, and Mrs. Floyd Jones,
corsage chairman of Oregon Federa “The Amateur Chairman.” Critics for
tion of Garden Clubs, will be here to the speakers were Mrs. A. E. Nesbitt,
demonstrate all the lovely materials Mrs. D. W. Stewart, and Mrs. Vincent
available for this fascinating hobby. Palmer. Mrs. Don Miley was evaluator
She has asked all those attending this for the evening’s progiam.
The meeting was opened with the
meeting to bring any flowers or dry
FRIDAY and SATURDAY SPECIAI
material they want to use and she : invocation by Mrs. Kenneth Crosier.
I “The Aims of Toastmistress” was
will show how to make it.
presented by the education chairman,
DINNER ROLLS, HUTTER
Mrs. Arthur I.eCours. Mrs. W. R. Hut
ROLLS, PARKER HOUSE
cheson was timer.
display and for sale.
“Glow Candles” will also be demon Guests for the evening included Miss
ROLLS, POPPY or SESAME
strated by a capable teacher who has Kathryn Hart and Mrs. Lowell Fleet
made these beautiful candles in many wood of Mill City; Mrs. Orville Down
Buy them for only per doz.
shapes and colors for use in the home ing of Lyons; and Mrs. Glenn Gordon,
Mrs. Jack Brown, and Mrs. William
Members of the local club in bring Pennick of Gate-,
ing these Federated club workers to
the community, feel there are many
interested persons who would enjoy Junior-Teens Group Of
their work day and are extending an ' Christian Church Meets
invitation, to them to attend and take, (A newly oiganized group for young
Mill City, Oregon
part in the work.
people, the Junior-Teen*, held their
Owl J UKUSH
HOT FRESH This is an all day meeting. Bring first meeting last Thursday evening
a sack lunch and coffee will be ser at seven o’clock in the basement of the
ved. Classes start at 10 a. m.
Mill City and Gates high school girls
The Junior-Teens which is open to
are especially welcome.
all seventh and eighth graders, is
similar to the Kings-Teens group of
Marilyn Assembly Rainbow high school young people, which has
been meeting for several years in
Order Holds Meeting
Mill City. They are well organized for
The newly instituted Marilyn As- the
year, having had three meetings
I sembly. Order of Rainbow Girls, held
I their first meeting Wednesday evening before school started. The Kings-
of last week at the I. O. O. F. hall Teens meet each Monday evening at |
I with Jerry Hamblin, worthy advisor, 7:30 at the home of Glen Shelton. Mr. |
Shelton and Miss Alice Smith are qp-
of both groups.
O. K. Hirtie, worshipful master of
The program that is followed by
Masonic lodge No. 180, and George
Huffman, worthy patron of Marilyn both groups is the same. The evening
with games, followed by group
chapted, O. E. S., were introduced opens
the Bible lesson and re-
In preparation for the visit of the freshments.
Worthy Grand Advisor, Mildred Pat
ton, the evening w*as spent in prac Willamette Presbyterial
Let our Service Department
tice. Miss Patton from Bums is a
check up on your watch,
| student at Oregon State College where Attended By Local Group
The all day meeting of Willamette
she is a sorority sister of Leia Kelly
minutes of your time
I of Mill City, who is a member of Mari- Presbyterial which met at Redmond
now may save dollars
I lyn Assembly. Both girls belong to last Friday w*as well attended by mem
bers of the Womens Association of
, Delta Gamma sorority.
for you in the future.
| A special meeting will be held Satur- the Mill City Presbyterian church.
Our experts provide highest
Mrs. Lester Hathaway is secretary
| day, October 24, to exemplify all the
quality workmanship and
work for the inspection of the Worthy of literature for the Presbyterial and
prompt service —
Grand Advisor. Mrs. Sue Tuel, district Mrs. Herbert Schroeder is secretary
using only genuine factory
grand deputy, from Brownsville, will of Christian Education.
parts. Drop in today.
In addition to Mrs. Hathaway and
also attend this meeting.
Plans were made for a cooked food Mrs. Schroeder, those attending from
sale to be held at ten o'clock Satur Mill City were Mrs. Ida Geddes, Miss
day, October 10, in the former coffee Daisy Geddes, Mrs. Ralph Fough,
shop, next to the Variety Store. The Mrs. Noble Streeter, Mrs. A. F. Cat-
proceeds of the sale are to be used herwood, Mrs. Cora Goodman, Mrs.
I for the Worthy Grand Advisor's pro Charles Sullivan, Mrs. Floyd Fleet
ject, to purchase surgical tables for wood, Mrs. James Swan, Mrs. Fred
I Grimes and Mrs. Otto Witt.
the Eastern Star home.
Additional guests for the evening
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Toman. Sr.,
were Don Miley of Gates, Mrs. George
Huffman of Lyons and Mrs. Lyle Mr. and Mrs. George Veteto and Mr.
and Mrs. Joe Toman of Stayton, at
J Gould of Mill City.
Refreshments were served by the tended the community dinner at Jor
mother advisor. Mrs. W. B. Shuey.
dan last Sunday. Another Mill City
Watches and M atch Repairing
group at the dinner were Mr. and Mrs.
Lowell Stiffler. Wayne and Neil, and
P. O. Box 215
Mill City, Oregon fence, his widow thought he had bet- his
mother. Mrs. Victoria Stiffler of
I ter sense.
MILL CITY MEAT MARKET
Quality Meats and Groceries
MUIR S BAKERY
MILL CITY JEWELRY
SPARK OIL HEATERS
We carry a complete line of tubing, fittings, filters,
stovepipes and tanks Call us for installations
WE GIVE S&H GREEN STAMPS
GATES—At a candlelight ceremony
Saturday evening, September 12, Miss
Eileen Eccleston, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Henry Eccleston, of Gates, be
came the bride of James Goetzinger,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Nick doetziuger,
of Moorcroft, Wyo.
Dr. Victor H. Sword read the lines
of the double ring ceremony before
an altar decorated with pale lavender
and white gladiolus, at the First Con
gregational church in Salem. The
wedding music was furnished by the
church organist, Mrs. Rich. Virgil
Mason sang, “I’ll Walk Beside You”
and “The Lord’s Prayer”.
The bride, given in marriage by her
father, wore a white ballerina gown
of nylon over satin. The short veil of
nylon net was held in place by a band
of seed pearls. For her flowers she
carried white carnations on a white
Bible, with satin streamers, knotted
with pink rosebuds.
The maid of honor, Miss Wanda
Chapman, wore a ballerina length for
mal of pink marquisette over pink
taffeta, with head-dress to match. She
carried a nosegay of varigated sweet
peas and rose buds. Rodney Bright
was best man. Ushers were Robert
Toepher and Ernest Leffler.
Following the ceremony a reception
was held in the church parlors. Cutting
the bride’s cake was Mrs. Ray Mc
Cray of Portland, aunt of the bride.
Miss Esther Murphy presided at the
coffee urn and Miss Doris Koenig
passed the guest book. Assisting about
the rooms were Miss Joyce Gorton
and Miss Eva Anderson.
For her going away the bride chose
a navy blue suit with red accessories,
She wore a corsage of white carna
tions. Following a short honeymoon
trip the couple are at home at 1645
Winnona Court, Salem.
Business and Professional
Physician & Surgeon
General Dry Goods
DR. VICTOR J. MYERS ;
Chiropractic Physician !
J. W. GOIN
Claade Lewis’ Service Station
Modern Funeral Service
REGISTERED OPTOMETRIST ♦
Has moved his Mill City office to
Stayton in the Post Office Bldg.,
2nd Floor, in the
Dr. Victor J. Myers afficee
Thursdays 1 p.m. to 6 p.m.
Bridal Shower Tuesday for
Miss Marlene Tickle
Miss Marlene Tickle, bride-elect of
Gerald Hunter, was the honor guest at
a miscellaneous bridal shower given
at the home of Mrs. Bessie Vander-
meer, Tuesday evening. Mrs. Vander-
meer and her daughter, Mrs. Clyde
Richards, were co-hpstesses for Miss
Tickle, whose wedding is to be an
event of October 10.
Refreshments were served at the
end of an evening of appropriate
games. Invited guests included Mes-
dames Jack McClintock, Farrell Ball,
William Tickle, Russell Brown, James
Giant, Richard Boedigheimer, Leo
Poole, Sonny Nelson, Don Bengston,
Frank Hunter, Bill Hunter, Darrell
Hinz, and I.oqis Verbeck and Misses
Alona Daley, Dolores Poole, Pat
Brown, Leia Kelly, Joanne Hoffman,
Frances Brunner, Wilma Jull and
Post Office Building. 2nd Floor
Phone: Stay ton 2274
313 W. FIRST, ALBANY
A pleasant part about publishing a
weekly newspaper is the justified
criticism people do not make when
involved in a mistake or blunder in
• True, that "little illness"
you’ve beer mentioning in
■ n offhand way, may nC*
seem to amount to much—
just a few faint symptoms;
But, neglected, these "little
ills" can lead to big bills for
doctors, medicines, etc; not
an mention needless suffering
and lots of precious time;
Consult a Doctor now—
you’ll aave by it in the end;
And, of course, we hope you’ll
bang bis prescription to ue
io* careful compounding;
MIKE'S Septic Service
Septic Tanks and Sewers Cleaned
Phone SALEM 3-9468. COLLECT
1079 Elm St., W. Salem
a Dull Moment
At the Bottom of the Hill”
MILL CITY TAVERN
Protect your car against cold weather
Come in and let us test your battery
and fill your radiator with Antifreeze
PRESTONE. ZERONE and ZEREX
Jenkins Hardware Features
Eileen Eccleston and
James Goetzinger Married
In Candlelight Ceremony