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About The Mill City enterprise. (Mill City, Or.) 1949-1998 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 8, 1953)
I— THE MILL CITY ENTERPRISE THURSDAY, OCTOBER 8, 1953
Gooch Logging Supply
“Everything for the Logger'
BASSETT’S WELDING SHOP
Sweet Home, Philomath
Branch Store Lyons
Norman Garrison of Lakeview was
at his home in Mill City Saturday.
Howard Means, principal of Mill
City high school, was in Salem Mon- | He had been to Portland to see Mrs.
Garrison who is still in the Good
day attending the meeting of the 1 Samaritan hospital. Mr. Garrison
Homer Thacker »as a business vis
hopes to bring her home in two
which is celebrating its 25th anniver weeks and he will return to Mill City
itor in Portland Monday.
to stay at that time.
Mr. and Mrs. Bill Stover left Fri- j Correction—The cooked food sale to
day on a hunting trip which took them be given by the Altar Society is to be
to the Bend area.
held the 31st of October instead of the
21st as announced in last week’s
Lee Bassett motored to Salem Wed- paper. Halloween treats are to be
nesday night where he attended a featured.
meeting of Standard Oil dealers.
Mr. and Mrs. Lee Ross. Mr. and
I Mrs. Max Rogers, of Salem, Mr. and
Mrs. Lou Stanley7 and son. Jack, of
Klamath Falls Mr. and Mrs. G. W.
Ross of Bend and Mr. and Mrs. Wm.
Bach of Lakeview enjoyed a weekend
of hunting in the Lakeview area. None
Luck was with Russell Kelly Satur of the group had shot a deer until
Jack Tombs, proprietor of the J & day when he not only got a 170 pound ( Mr. and Mrs. Ross were on their way
P service station, has been under the forked horn but also won a $50 home. Lee connected with one near
doctor’s care for several weeks, due World Series pool all in the same I the camp.
to an injured back.
On Highway 222, Linn County Side
George “Sparky” Ditter
Mrs, Gerald Anderson has been
called to Massachusetts by the death
of her mother. She was accompanied
on her trip by her two small children.
Mrs. Anderson spent six weeks in the
east with her mother this past sum-
Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Walkup spent mer.
Sunday in Salem at the home of their
Mr. and Mrs. Eldon Hutchinson en- j
I son, Bob and son. They enjoyed watch
tertained at a family dinner honoring
ing the ball game on television while
their son, Donald, on his birthday.
Guests included Doris Ann and Janet ,
Jim Poole Sr., and sons. Jim Jr., Kaye Hutchinson, Mrs. G. O. Hutch
inson and daughter, Elsie Marie, and
Lester, Lawrence and Leo and John
Slagle of Portland spent the weekend Mr. and Mrs. Earl Plymale.
Don Bengston, Gale Lowery, Lyle
Gould, and Ed Yarnell returned from
a weekend of hunting in eastern Ore
gon with one buck. They stayed at a
ranch near Burns.
GODDESS OF TIME "B’
hunting in the Sisters area. They got
one buck on the trip.
GODDESS OF TIME "D"
SET WITH DIAMONDS
GODDESS OF TIME “F
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Mr. and Mrs. Howard Farmen each
got their buck right off the bat this
season. They got one Saturday morn
ing and the other Sunday morning,
j They hunted in the Gates area.
Mr. and Mrs. Bud Ott and family
of Canby, visited at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. George Veteto Sunday. They
drove to Breitenbush while they were
here. Mrs. Ott is a neice of Mrs.
Arnold Syverson. Delmar Syverson.
Don Jenkins and Robert Devine were
with a party of hunters who spent
from Friday until Sunday in the
Lakeview area hunting. The party
got one buck.
The Christian Woman's Fellowship
have packed 150 pounds of good used
clothing to be sent to Korea through
the Church World Service organiza
tion. It was delivered by minister H.
E. Jull to the First Christian church
in Salem, from whence it will be
shipped via Consolidated Freight eith
er to Portland or Oakland free of
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cutting, wrapping and
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Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Faust returned
I home from a visit of several days at .
I The Dalles. While there they visited
Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Fausto, Mr. and ,
Mrs. Hugh Faust, of The Dalles, and ,
Mr. and Mrs. Glen Faust, of Virginia,
all brothers of R. L. Faust.
Visiting at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. W. B. Shuey are his niece and
her husband, Mr. anil Mrs. Ray Camp
of Sand Point, Idaho. They are en-
route to Los Angeles where they will
visit at the home of Mr. Shuey’s
Herbert Schroeder, accompanied by
his sons, Edwadr and Darrell Schroed- I
er of Forest Grove, is on a weeks i
hunting trip east ofthe mountains. |
Little Julie Ann, daughter of the 1
Darrell Schroeders, is with her grand
mother, Mrs. Herbert Schroeder.
Mrs. Pearl Holthouse and Miss Mary |
Holthouse of Corvallis were in Mill j
City Sunday visiting friends. They j
are both former residents of Mill
City. Miss Holthouse is an adminis
trative secretary of the department
of agriculture of Oregon State col
The Mill City Ministerial associa-
I tion held their first meeting of the
fall recently and elected the following
officers: President, ev. Noble Street-
er; Vice President, Rev. Hugh Jull;
I Treasurer, Rev. Lee Joiner; and Sec-
■ retary, Rev. Harold Martin.
Guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
J. P. Smith this weekend were their
son-in-law and daughter Mr. and Mrs.
Luis deOrtega, of Cottonwood, Cali-
fornia. Cottonwood lies between Red-
ding and Red Bluff. They were re-
I turning on Monday stopping several
I places in eastern Oregon on business.
Proving that there is "no place like
home” were six hunters who after
pending two days hunting in the hills
north of town this week end had bag
ged six deer. The hunting party was
’ made up of Mr. and Mrs. Howard
j Farmen of Mill City, Ed Teits of
I Gates, Don Hill of Salem, and Mr.
and Mrs. Frank Jackson of Eugene.
The first meting of the Mill City
PTA will be held Wednesday evening
October 14. according to A. E. Nesbitt,
| president. The program will consist
of a demonstration of the methods
used to teach first graders to read.
Mrs. Floyd Sletto and her first grade
class will show the parents the meth
ods that are being used in the class
room each day.
The Gay Nighters, the local square
dance group, is having their first
meeting of the fall Saturday even
ing, October 10 at 8 o’clock at the
Orville Downing ranch. Mr. and Mrs.
Downing have donated a building for
the use of the club, and some of the
members put in a new floor during
the summer. All members and their
guests are welcome.
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Charles Kelly, V. S. Todd, Bill Mc
Coy, Mr. and Mrs. Flank Smith of
Sheridan, Alice Smith and Howard
Kanoff ad son. Tommy spent from
Friday night until Monday hunting
in the Prineville area. They reported
no luck on the trip.
Our Kings Teens group elected of
ficers for the year last week. They
are Elton Gregory, president; Eddie I
Gregory, vice president; Rose Flem- j
ing, secretary-treasurer and Winni-
fred Murray, sargeant-at-arms.
Mr. and Mrs. McFarlane of Oregon
, City, visited the Jerry Coffmans Sun-
l day. They attended church and visited
I the Detroit Dam. Mr. McFarlane is
j postmaster at Oregon City.
The Rainbow Girls are having a
cooked food sale next Saturday at the
former coffee shop next to the Var
iety store. It is to begin at 10:30.
The proceeds of the sale are to go
toward the worthy grand advisor’s
project, to purchase surgical tables
for the Eastern Star home.
Hilma Coles showed the boys how it
was done opening day when she
bagged a 188 pound four-point with
a clean head shot. She is trying for
the North Santiam Sportsmen’s club
first prize of a sleeping bag. Gordon
Kirsch, Leo Kirsch and Kenny Weh-
don of the same party also connected.
Many a motorist finds the turnover
A defective firing pin in Jerry Coff
man’s gun saved the life of a nice more costly than the upkeep.
four-point on opening day. From what
is heard, the woods were full of blue many people must use profanity to
smoke about that time.
Clarence Brantner of Los Angeles,
Mr. and Mrs. John Potter and daugh
California, brother of Mrs. Dick Tur ter, of Portland, are visiting this
pin, spent from September 28 until week at the home of Mrs. Potter’s
Monday at the Turpin home here.
parents, the Frank Caraway’s. Mr.
Potter is on vacation fronj fcjs duties
Bill McCarthy spent Tuesday in as mail carrier.
Portland purchasing stock for his
furniture store here and checking up
The Roy K jersey’a report that they
on television sets.
are receiving excellent reception on
Clyde Richards and Jerry Stewart their television set. They feel it is
were among the many hunters who better than anything they have seen
returned from a weekend of hunting in Salem. They live on the
n eastern Oregon without a buck.
Where Friends Meet
Mr. and- Mrs. J, D. Frace and
daughters, Linda and Claudia, of
Troutdale, arrived in Mill City Satur
day afternoon to spent some time
here at the home of Mrs. Frace’s par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Don Moffatt. They
are doing a little, deer hunting in the
area around Mill City.
SPECIALIZING IN DINNERS
OPEN AT 4 P. M. EVERY DAY
—Serving Your Favorite Cocktails—
For those who are saving
slips for dolls. We are not
able to get any more dolls.
When the dolls on hand
are gone the deal is ended.
Come in now and pick
out your doll. We will put
it away and save it for you.
WE ARE ALWAYS OPEN ON SUNDAY
From 9:00 A. M. until 5:00 P. M.
WE SELL BETTER
CARS FOR LESS!
IT PAYS TO BUY AT
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Mill City, Oregon