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About The Mill City enterprise. (Mill City, Or.) 1949-1998 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 17, 1953)
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Christmas Party and Gift
Exchange Held by Lyons
Garden Club Wednesday
OES Holds Election Woman’s Club Has
LYONS—Mrs. Henry Holzfuss was , Of Officers Monday
Annual Holiday Meet
hostess for the Lyons Garden club at I
S—THE MILL CITY ENTERPRISE THURSDAY, DECEMBER 17. 19,3
her home Wednesday
Members of the Mill City Woman’s
^'*JV**** ” afternoon,
• I v 1 llvvllj 1 De-
"V* ! At the annual election of officers
ceniber 9, with Mrs. Alex Kuiken as i of Marilyn Chapter, No. 145 Order of club held their annual Christinas
co-hostess. After a short business the Eastern Star, held at the lodge party and program in the recreation
meeting they held their Christmas hall Monday night, Mrs. Earl Parker room of the Presbyterian church Tues
party and gift exchange. Some mem of Detroit was elevated to the pre day evening.
bers brought beautiful table arrange siding office of Worthy Matron, al
A short business meeting was con
BmgBUagBggHBflanocoBaannn. ments and decorations to answer to though she had just been associate ducted by the club president, Mrs.
conductress during the past year. Due John Muir, after which group sing
to the resignation of two line officers ing of Christmas carols was enjoyed,
new ones drawn for the coming year. because of ill health, Betty Tinney as with Mrs. DeLos Hoeye accompany
At the close of the meeting Mrs. Holz- associate matron and Stella Kay as ing at the piano.
fuss and Mrs. Kuiken served dainty conductress, it was not possible to ad
Several games were played for en
vance the officers in the usual way. tertainment before the arrival of “St.
Those elected to fill the other va Nick,” whose voice strangely resemb
Bookkeeping, Accounting and
cancies wene as follows: Worthy led that of Mrs. Roger Nelson, who
Seven Out of Nine Grads
Patron, Ivan Smith of Lyons; Asso didn’t show up at the party until
Of 1952 Now In Service
ciate Matron, Clara Morris; Associate some time later. Santa distributed the
Corner 3rd 4 Marion
GATES—Three local boys, Marlin Patron, Floyd Johnson; Secretary, gifts, which club members had
I Cole, son of Mr. and Mrs. Burrel Mary Tuers; Treasurer, Dorothy Har brought for exchange, in a novel
Cole; James Carey, son of Mrs. Velma ris; Conductress, Betty Shaw, and manner. In addition to the regular ex
P.O. Box 1321 Carey and Jack Oliver, son of Mr. and Associate Conductress, Jean Phillips. change of gifts, other wrapped pack
Mrs. Clyde Oliver have received ord
At the beginning of the evening, a ages were brought for patients in the
ers to report for duty in the armed group of children of Star and Masonic Oregon State hospital.
forces, January 11, 1954.
members enacted “The Star of the
Refreshments were served by the
With the departure of Marlin and East” with a Nativity scene in cos committee: Mrs. W. W. Allen, Mrs.
j Jack, seven members out of nine, tume, singing “Away in a Manger.” C. M. Cline and Mrs. D. H. Hill.
who graduated from the Gates high ; i Afterward, “Santa Claus” presented
. school in 1952 will be in the service, ' each child with a bag of candy and
Carolyn Brejcha, Wilmer Crites, Bob , nuts from under the lighted Christ- |
Lee, Earle Henness, Edward Romey I mas tree, as a present from Laurell
: and the two new inductees, Marlin and Johnson, the Worthy Matron.
i Jack. James Carey graduated with the
Additional numbers on the program I
| class of 1951.
consisted of impersonation by a 1
member of a Portland DeMolay
Open daily 2 p. m. to 8 p. m.
chapter; a pantomime by Penny Gould
Open Sundays 4 p.m. to 8 p.m.
GENE COLES NEW PRESIDENT
and Sherry Hansen Rainbow Girls;
OF N. SANTIAM SPORTS CLUB
Mill City, Oregon
and a piano solo, "Rainbow Fantasy,”
The North Santiam Sportsmen’s
club met Monday evening and elected by A Frances
clever floral degree was put on
the following officers: Gene Coles, for the
pleasure of the out-going
president; Jerry Cofman, vice presi worthy matron,
Mrs. Johnson, and
dent and Ed Bell, secretary. Two di worthy patron, George Huffman, by ■.
rectors appointed were Jack Schlies the star points, directed by Halle I
and Gordon Kirsch.
associate matron. Gifts were |
There were 28 members present Toman,
presented to the two honorees from I
who enjoyed a talk by Bob Urban their
of Corvallis. He spoke on the Sports
Closing the interesting evening was I
mens benefits if all coastal streams
were closed to commercial salmon the singing of “White Christmas” by
everyone present. The hall was beau
Stomach and Colon Disorders
tifully decorated in the holiday theme.
DR. R. REYNOLDS
Refreshments, which consisted of a
Business and Professional complete ham dinner, were served in j
the dining loom about midnight by I
the men of the chapter, headed by 1
Floyd Johnson, a past worthy patron, I
Geneiwl Dry Good.
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_____ I.UZIERN COSMETICS
See us before you buy
MILL CITY VARIETY
SANTA HAS NOTHING ON US
We, too, fill Christmas
socks. You can borrow
now for Christmas and
make easy, monthly
John W. Reid, M. D
Gates Rural Fire District
Holds Election of Officers
Post Office Building. 2nd Floor
Phone: Stayton 2274
J. W. GOIN
Claude Lewis’ Service Station
S & H
Green Stamp Store
Phone 3206 Mill City
On the Highway
MILL CITY STATE BANK
at The Mill City Enterprise
MIKE S Septic Service:
payments next year.
GATES—Members of the Gates
Rural Fire district met in the Gates
fire hall Monday evening of last week
for the purpose of election of a new
member of the board of directors re
placing William Pennick, whose term
of office had expired.
Elmer Klutke was elected to serve
a term of five years. Edward Chance
was elected to complete the unex
pired term of Byron Bates, who no
longer lives in the community. The
bohrd now includes Harold Wilson
Oliver Willis, and the newly elected
members, Klutke and Chance.
DR. VICTOR J. MYERS
MEMBER FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORP.
Septic Tanks and Sewers Cleaned ♦
Phone SALEM 3-9468, COLLECT]
1079 Elm St.. W. Salem
Modem Funeral Service
26-Piece Set Silverware of the Beautiful
Lady Betty Pattern With the Sale of Each
Modern Wrought Iron or Chrome
Has moved his Mill City office to
Stayton in the Poet Office Bldg..
2nd Floor, in the
Dr. Victor J. Myers office«
Thursdays 1 p.m. to 6 p.m.
Sold Between Now and Christmas
313 W. FIRST, ALBANY
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Gooch Logging Supply
Everything for the Logger
BASSETT’S WELDING SHOP
Sweet Home. Philomath
Branrh Stare Lyons
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Open Under New Managemet
Come in and get aquainted with us.
Shuffleboard tournament eliminations every
Meet your friends here for the
Best In Beverages
• BILL’’ GRAHAM. Owner
dates Furniture Store
Is easy and fun when
you shop here. We have
Gifts for the Baby
W. N. SIMMONS
Physician & Surgeon