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About The Mill City enterprise. (Mill City, Or.) 1949-1998 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 8, 1953)
Don Miley got his early Saturday »—THE MILL CITY ENTERPRISE THURSDAY, OCTOBER 8, 1953
morning near Gates; "Dutch" Allen
went out in the hills early Saturday Wise of Portland and Mrs. Grant Fal Marlene Tickle Announces
morning and failed to see one. He len, 'Salem, Mr. and Mrs. S. John
Mrs. Albert Millsap
returned home only to find a nice son, of Lebanon, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Attendants for Wedding
Gates—Mr. and Mrs. William Pen- buck in his back yard, which he Hughes, of Portland, Mr. and Mrs.
Miss Marlene Tickle, whose mar
nick were hosts for an evening of shot. Edward Titze shot his on the "Happy” Johnson. from Astoria and riage to Gerald Hunter is to be an
cards at their home, complimenting hill north of town. Mrs. Josephine Mrs. Beitha Ream, of Springfield. event of Saturday morning at St.
Mrs. Cal. Salmon on her birthday an Deffenbaugh who accompanied Mr. C. D. Johnson and Mrs. Ream ^re Boniface Catholic chutch, has an- I a FRIDAY - SATURDAY
niversary. Mr. and Mrs. Salmon Titze was also lucky, the first lady brother and sister.
nounced her attendants. Miss Patricia I
October 9 and 10
are guests at the Louis Kelle home to report a kill. Every shot that
Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Seamster and Brown is to be her cousin's maid-of- ,
JOHN H WXE in
JERRY’S CORNER . . .
honor; bridesmaids will be Mrs.
is heard in town is music to the
were Mr. and Mrs. L. Kelle. Mr. and ears of local gardners, who have day visitors in Mill City and Gates. Martin Kelly and Mrs. Clyde Richards.
A deer hunter is a man Mrs. B. Kelle, Kathy and Louis and the watched helplessly while herds of Seamster spent his boyhood in Gates The bride’s sister. Barbara Jean, will
JOE SAW YER in
hosts, Mr. and Mrs. Pennick and two the little "dears" desolate
their and is a graduate of Gates high be flower girl.
or a woman who will do
children. The hostess served refresh- gardens, strawberry patches and lhe school.
Miss Tickle was guest of honor at 1 0 S
more hard work and suf | ments at a late hour.
AS YOU WERE
j a dinner given at Shattuc’s Chateau
Bill Pennick, Bob Kelle and Louis
fer more discomfort in
Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Hawkins, of
I in Salem Wednesday evening of last1
Sunday to aid with the use of his I week. She was presented with a gift I
KID'S MATINEE—2 p.m. Sat.
two weeks than they will | Kelle left Friday for Eastern Ore- Longbeach, Calif. were callers on i l plane,
* gon on a hunting trip.
Thursday at the home of Mr. and
, by her hostesses: Mirses Phyllis and I
the rest of the year put
Mayor W. R. Hutcheson,
Mrs. Ned Richards. Mr. Hawkins
OF THE WEEK
Barnhardt and Dick Parker with the is a son of Mrs. Belle Hawkins, of i to Mrs. Gwen Shaer, Mr. Johnson’s Lowery, Ed Yarnell and Martin
Jack Baldwin, Claudia Bruder,
| two Hutcheson saddle horses left Mill City, and a resident there for daughter.
Sharon Stone, Shirley V eneas.
Friday for Central Oregon. “Hutch ’ | many
------ He is n<
now a lumber
A surprise kitchen shower was I
is going to ride after his buck. Ket salesman in California,
given for Miss Tickle Tuesday even- I
Come in and see this
him the easy way.
, i Mrs. W. R. Hutcheson, Mrs. John New Christian Church
1 ing at the home of Mrs. Martin ;
Among the first nimrods to get
honey, a 1947 Chev, 5 pas.
7- ( Watson, Mrs. W. F. Struckmeier,
I Kelly. Appropriate games were
SUNDAY & MONDAY
their bucks at home were W. I . Mrs. Edmund Davis, Mrs. W. S. Hud- Sunday School District
Cpe. Radio & Heater
, played during the evening. Bridal
Struckmeier, on the hill north of I son and Mrs. Albert Millsap attend
Shelton of Mill City was elect ; dolls with floral arrangements made
October 11 and 12
In Perfect Condition
Gates. Last year he went to South ed the meeting of the third district ed Glen
president of the newly formed Cas-1 I up the decorations. The invited guests
JUDY CANOVA in
ern Oregon and didn’t even see oi e. of Oregon Federation of Womens cade
Sunday School district at their included Mesdames Don Bengston, Ed
THE WAC FROM
clubs in West Lynn. Wednesday, last quarterly meeting of the year Varnell, Lyle Gould, Howard Means,
September 30, representing the Gates which was held at the Detroit Chris Sonny Nelson, Gale Lowery, William
hundred women tian church last Sunday afternoon.
Womans club. Two
Tickle, and Misses Phyllis and Mary
"THE WORLD'S MOST
from all over the state were regis- ■The district, which includes all Jane Cox.
Sunday schools in the communities be
In Luscious Technicolor
Members of the Gates-Mehama tween Idanha and Mehama, was form
Feature at 5:20 and 7:30 Sunday
Home Demonstration unit. from erly a part of the North Santiam dis
Gates to attend the meeting in Me- trict which extended to Turner. The
hama Friday, October 2, were Mrs. other elected officers of the organi
Elmer Klutke, Mrs. Clarence Rush, zation are Miss Sigrun Grimstad of
Mrs. Burrel Cole, Mrs. Glen Hen- Mill City, vice-president, and Mrs. R.
ness and Mrs. Walter Brisbin.
D. Johnson of Detroit, secretary and
Due to an overcrowded condition treasurer.
October 13 and 14
of the Gates gradeschool Mrs. Mar
The piogram which began at two
GILBERT ROLAND and
tin Jepsen and Mrs. Vincent Palmer, o’clock, consisted of group singing led
ANGELA CLARK in
both of Mill City, were substitute by Rev. Richard Hake, minister of the
teachers last week. Mrs. Mary Page Detroit Christian church; devotions by
THE MIRACLE OF
of Yamhill has been engaged to teach Rev. Harold Martin, minister of the
OUR LADY FATIMA
the fifth grade, Miss Page form Mill City Assembly of God church;
erly taught in the Brownsville special musical numbers by Rev. Lee
A Wonderful Picture!
Joiner and Helen of the Mill City Phone 5807
Mr. and Mrs. Collis Heath and Community church; the business sss-1
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| their home in Gates for the winter Noble Stieeter, minister of the Mill i
| from Klamath, Calif., where he has City Presbyterian church; and bene
Open 6 A.M. toll P. M.
1 been engaged n thei logging busi- diction.
Doors Open at 7:00 P. M.
The convention instead of just be-1
' ness for the past year.
Complete show can be seen any
Among the relatives and friends ing a meeting of fellowship is taking '
time up to 8:30
from out of town who gathered at on the form of a workshop. It is hop
i the Clarence Johnson home, over the ed that it will make the teachers more
weekend were, Mr. and Mrs. Wesley effective in their Sunday school work
by sharing their common problems.
The district is sponsoring a Scrip
ture memorization contest between
A Good Place To Buy
the Sundav schools within the dis
NEW And USED FURNITURE
trict. The Mill Citv Ministerial Asso
ciation compiled the list of Scripture
Come into our store, you’ll find what you want at
which is to be memorized during the
a price you can afford to pay
next three months. In the future it is
hoped that the passages to be learned
Serving Delicious Hamburgers,
will be listed on printed cards to be
Coffee, Pie and Ice Cream
handed out in each Sunday school. A
Open Daily 2 p. m. to 19 p. m.
plaque will be given to the Sunday
Open Sunday 11 a.m. to 19 p. m.
school having the best memorization
Mill City, Oregon
record on a percentage basis. The
Sunday school which wins the plaque
may keep it for a three-month period,
and if they should win it three quart
ers in succession, they will keep the
Due to the weather the basket lunch
at noon was held in the Detroit school
cafeteria instead of at the Lake-shore
DEALERSHIP FOR MONTAG ELECTRIC RANGES
The next meeting of the Cascade
Sunday school district will be held the
second Sunday in January at the Mill]
City Christian church.
Subscribe to the
Mill City Enterprise
Viv's Steak House
STORE HOURS—7:00 to 7:00 Except Sundays and Holidays
For Those School Lunches
Mijfhty Good on Hotcakes or Waffles
U. ly Lumber Lack Brand, 21 ounce bottle
12 Ounce Package
Sprecklen. 10 11 m
Strawberry Preserves 49c
Pennant Brand. 12 ounce. Two for
Jello Puddings .'ZX"*”"
OUR MEAT DEPARTMENT
Large and Meaty,
One-half or Whole
Young Beef of Top Quality
Young Beef of Top Quality
By Boots Champion
In the BLMP G-man football game
played Friday between St. Paul and
Detroit the score was 49 to 6 in
fasor of St. Paul. Gerald Vickers tal
lied the lone Detroit six pointer in the
Burton Hprris and Dude Renner of
Detroit were seriously injured early
Sunday morning after their car
swerved to miss a deer and overturned
on the North Santiam highway east
of Detroit. The boys were returning
from Idanha to Detroit about 2 a. m.
when the mishap occurred. They were
taken to the Santiam Memorial hospit
al in Stayton by ambulance.
Five persons were injured here Fri
day noon in a two-car crash on the
North Santiam highway. The mishap
occurred in front of the Lake Cafe
when a car piloted by Jules Hill, en
tered the highway from a side road,
on the north side of the Santiam high
way, in front of an east bound car
driven by Honoras Ralphs of Aums
They were taken to the Santiam
Memorial hospital at Stayton by I
ambulance. Mrs. Ralph suffered a
fractured jaw, their five-year-old son. '
Allen, received possible skull frac- !
tures. Mr. Ralph's and another son, j
Lloyd. 10. received minor injuries, as
did Jules Hill, driver of the other car.
They were treated and released.
The Omar Goodrich family of De- i
troit have moved to Mill City, where I
they have purchased the property of
When a hunter is loaded and his
gun is too. he may «hoot at a deer but
instead hit you.
Salem Sand & Gravel Co
Phone Stayton (Wright Truck Line) 2125
Common Carrier -j- Heavy Machinery and Equipment
EXCAVATION & CONSTRUCTION
Contracting and Rental
the heart of the drug store
R ootid deep in the recesse» of time is the modern
drug »tore. Through 4,000 years of recorded history
the dispenser of drugs has stood high in the esteem
of the community. As the sciences of medicine and
merchandising have advanced, the outward form of
the ancient apothecary shop has changed. But serv
ie» to the sick is still the very heart of our business.
See Us For Locker Meats
Our complete stock of pharmaceuticals is the best
These Prices effective Friday and Saturday only
strikes and your doctor prescribes, we will consider
Daily Delivery in the City
Order Deadline 3:00 P. M
Mill City, Oregon
that the markets of the world afford.
it a privilege to serve you.
Sfomach and Colon Disorders
DR R. REYNOLDS
Mill City Pharmacy
1. C. KIMMEL
MILL CITY. OREGON