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About The Mill City enterprise. (Mill City, Or.) 1949-1998 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 29, 1953)
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THl RSDAY, OCTOBER
Mrs. Albert Millsap
Clarence Rush, Glenn Henness,
William Pennick, Clare Henness and
Don Marshall had a successful duck
CLUB, LODGE, AND LOCAL ACTIVITIES
hunting trip last weekend in the vi
of Burns. They brought some
Mrs. Vernon Todd, Woman’s Editor
ducks and geese home when they re
While their husbands were duck
Lions Auxiliary Has
hunting Mrs. Glen Henness accompan
Meeting at Ixee Ross Home
ied by Mrs. Clarence Rush and Mrs.
The Lions Auxiliary held the second
Burrel Cole visited in Yakima, Wash.,
meeting of the year at the home of
at the home of Mrs. Cole’s mother,
Mrs. Lee Ross Tuesday evening.
Mrs. Minnie Everton. On the return
Mis. Herbert Schroeder showed trip they stopped in Grandview,
The new bylaws were read and dis
cussed and a change of meeting night slides and talked on wildflowers at Wash., for a short visit with Mr.
was also discussed. It was decided the meeting of the Mill City Garden and Mrs. Willis Webster and family,
that in January the meeting will be club last Thursday evening at the W •¡former residents of Gates and Mill
i l J x to visit Mrs. Cole’s
changed to the 4th Wednesday of W. Heller residence.
City; t. in n
The committee announced that the niece and family, Mr. and Mrs. Roy
the month instead of the 4th Tuesday,
which conflicts with
“Friendship public dinner held October 17 was Betto and in Hermiston at the “Pink”
successful. Mrs. Bert Morris, presi Everton home. Everton and Mrs. Cole
Mrs. Bill Stewart was selected as dent, would like to thank all who are brother and sister.
chairman for the pot luck dinner for helped with the dinner and especially
Mrs. H. D. Miley of Longbeach,
Monday, November 2. Others on the the Rainbow girls who helped serve. Calif., arrived a week ago at the home
Hostesses for the evening were Mrs. of her son and daughter-in-law, Mr.
J committee are Mrs. Glen Blegen and
W. W. Heller, Mrs. Frank Jackson and and Mrs. Don Miley, for a visit of
Mrs. Homer Thacker.
Those present for the meting were Mrs. Fred Grimes.
Mesdames Bill Stewart, Glen Blegen,
Albert Millsap left by train Friday
Homer Thacker, Frank Hunter, Al Campfire Girls Entertain
morning for Woodland, Calif., after
Nesbitt, Carl Kelly, Shields Remine, With
receiving word of the sudden death of
at v Cooke
George Veteto, President Nelson, Jay
Honoring their new leader, Mrs.
his brother, Melvin H. Millsap of that
Mason, Mrs. Don Moffatt and the hos Gene Engelgau, the older Campfire c*ty-
_ . ..
tess Mrs. Lee Ross.
Mr. and Mrs. W’alter Brisbin spent
Girls from the 7th and 8 th grades
The next meeting will be at the entertained with a tea at the Ed Friday and Saturday in Salem on a
home of Mrs. Carl Kelly.
Cooke home, Tuesday of last week. j combined business and pleasure trip.
Mr. and Mrs. Ned Richards were
The tea was planned and prepared
INFORMAL COFFEE HELD
by the girls, each girl having a duty ' Stayton visitors Friday. They also
AT ROGER NELSON HOME
the “ * home
during the afternoon. Shereen Muir visited
•- Mehama at **•
The 1952-53 staff of the Mill City poured coffee and Sybil Dart, tea.
their grandson and family, Mr. and
PTA presented Mrs. Roger Nelson,
Mrs. Harry Dyhrman, retiring lead Mrs. Elton Brown and In Lyons with
the president of the association for er of the group, introduced Mrs. En their granddaughter and family, Mr.
last term with a lovely lazy Susan gelgau to the girls and their mothers. and Mrs. Harvey Kanoff and three
with coffee server and warmer.
Also introduced was Mrs. A. R. And children.
Mrs. W. S. Hudson was in Salem
In appreciation of the gift and to rews, assistant leader. Mrs. Engelgau
put it into use, Mrs. Nelson invited has had previous experience with several days the past week on per
the group over for an informal coffee Campfire work, having been a Camp sonal business and caring for her
at her home on Sunday evening from fire Girl in the past. Mrs. Dyhiman sister-in-law who was ill.
7:30 to 10. The table was lovely with who has led the group for three
The teachers of the Gates schools
. lace cloth, using the Lazy Susan, and a half years will continue to assist complimented their superintendent,
which is two-tone green as the center with the work and will help the girls Don Miley, a prospective father, with
piece and brown candles gave a touch who are working for their torch bear a baby shower, at the school, Tuesday
afternoon after school was dismussed.
of autumn to the decor. Assorted sand ers award.
wiches, hors doerves, and relishes and
Other guests at the tea, in addition Following the opening of the dainty
the traditional Halloween pumpkin to the mothers, were Mrs. Floyd gifts, refreshments were served. Table
and apple pies were enjoyed with the Jones and Mrs. Leonard Herman, decorations were approriate for the
occasion. Others present, besides the
chairman of the Campfire leaders.
Those invited for this affair were
The tea is just one of the many honored guest were Mrs. Don Miley,
Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Todd, Mr. and activities of this group. A week ago Mrs. H. O. Miley, of Longlieach, Calif.,
Mrs. A. E. Nesbitt, Mr. and Mrs. Arey they went to Stayton for a skating Mr. and Mrs. Dale Reynolds, Darrell
Podrabsky, Mr. and Mrs. Ken Crosier, party. Each girl took a guest and Crossler, Mrs. Leta Dibblee, Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. Jess Lee, Mr. and Mrs. they stopped at the Gingerbread Gwen Schaer, Mrs. A. T. Barnhardt,
Bob Veness, Mr. and Mrs. Melvin House for refreshments. They plan a Miss Mary Page and Mrs. Margie
Foster, Mr. and Mrs. Al Yankus, Mr. field trip to the Oregon Blind school Anderson.
and Mrs. Don Jenkins, Mr. and Mrs. in the near future. Lynn Smith, a
Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Struckmeier had
Wilbur Meinert, Mr. and Mrs. Leonard member of the group who attends as their guests Saturday and Sunday
Herman, Mr. and Mrs. Dub Stewart, the Blind school, will serve as theii- former friends, Mr. and Mrs. H. R.
Latham, from Tulelake, Calif. Mr.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Kelly, Mr. and guide during their visit.
Mrs. Harry Dyhrman, Mrs. Harry
Girls who belong to this group are and Mrs. Struckmeier and their
Mason, Mrs. Beatrice Jones, Miss Shereen Muir, Sybil Dart, Lynn guests were dinner guests in Scio at
Helen Kliewer, Mrs. W’m. Sheperd, Smith, Marcella Warriner, Delores the home of Mr. Struckmeier’s sister-
Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Cline Wm. Nelson, Andrews, Olive Taylor, Linda Dyhr in-law, Mrs. R. F. Struckmeier.
Mrs. Albert Millsap accompanied
Jim Cuthbert and the host and host man, Naomi Taylor, Carol Vfeness,
ess, Mr. and Mrs. Roger Nelson.
and Carol Cooke. New members this Mr.e and Mrs. Melbourne Rambo, of
year are Sandra Olson and Rhoda Mill City, to Salem Sunday afternoon i
The Y.P.S.C.E. of the Christian Smith.
where they visited Mrs. Rambo’s par- j
church has changed its meeting time
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Steve Champ and i
to 6:15 Sunday evenings. Beryl Ma
Mr. and Mrs. Bill Cook, of Albany, Mrs. Norman Garrison. Mrs. Garrison, I
son will be the program leader for visited Thursday at the Hugh Walkup just discharged from the Good Sam-1
this coming Sunday.
aritan hospital, Portland, following j
eye surgery is with her mother in
Salem until she is able to return to
her home in Mill City.
Pvt. and Mrs. Wilmer Crites were
in Gates several days the past week j
on furlough from Camp Roberts, i
where he was in training. They visited
at the Harry Harmon home before I
leaving for Chicago, where Pvt. i
Crites will be stationed at a nearby |
camp. Mrs. Crites was formerly Miss 1
Patsy Pennick Has Birthday
Mrs. William Pennick ,was hostess |
at her home Saturday afternoon, Oct. >
24, to a large group of youngsters,
complimenting her daughter, Patsy,
on her Sth birthday. Gifts, games
and birthday refreshments provided
entertainment for Patsy and her little I
friends. Mrs. Clarence Ball and Mrs. j I
Earl Ragsdale assisted Mrs. Pennick [ I
in serving Patsy and her brother I1
Billie, Carol Schaer, Dennis Klutke, I1
Fred Stahlman, Claude Bemish, Jerry I
Watson, Peggy Vail, Jacqueline Lute, 11
Leatta Herron, Connie Lou Ragsdale, 11
Frances and Warren Reid, Edward I
Chance, Louie and Kathy Kelle, Carol I
Sue Ball, Bobby Gordon, Connie and 11
Billie Stewart, Lynette Smith, Bar-|l
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Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Smith and son.
Dale, motored to Clatskanie, where
they spent Saturday night and Sun
day as guests of the Bruce Douglas
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