The Mill City enterprise. (Mill City, Or.) 1949-1998, January 28, 1954, Page 5, Image 5

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Phyllis Gibson Surprised
Mil! City Grade Team
Mr. and Mrs. Don Miley and two By Bridal Shower
Defeats Jefferson Fridav *
youngsters spent Friday and Satur­
A surprise bridal shower was given
The Mill City grade school Tigers
day in Eugene, where Mr. Miley at­ in honor of Miss Phyllis Gibson, Tues­
Mrs. Albert Millsap
tended the Oregon Association of Sec­ day, January 19 at Mom and Pop's defeated Jefferson grade school by a
Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Haun, who have ondary school principals. Mr. Miley cafe. Hostesses presiding were Mrs. score of 15 to 11 Friday night.
resided in Redding, California since is a member of the committee to re­
Th< game was slow offensively but
Ruth Johnson, Olivia Kaplinger and
the sale of their home in Gates last view high school college relations and
was a clean game and very tight
Maude Flatman.
spring, have retujned to Gates to the Inter-State council. Duties of this
Games were played and a delicious
make their home for a time. They committee will also involve senior
Bill I.ongnecker and Larry Kanoff
snack of cake, ice cream and coffee
are occupying the Struckmeier home I campus visitation in the spring.
ar outstanding game for Mill
was served by the ho: tesse^
City. Gary Bevier was high scorer
and their daughter, Louise and son,
Former friends and schoolmates of door prize was won by Lettie Swan.
with five points.
Marvin, are attending the Gates high
Mrs. Carl Jensen (Patty Kerry) may Other prizes were won by Clara Mill City 15
school. Mr, and Mrs. Struckmeier are
Il Jefferson
be interested to learn of the birth of Shelton and Elma Stewart.
Bevier 5
managers of the Oak Park Motel and ! a baby girl, torn to Mr. and Mrs. Jen-
2 Marlatt
Present were Misses Sharon Gall­ Kanoff
occupy the manager’s unit there.
1 Nyman
I sen, in Springfield, where they now agher, Carol Blazek, Ardis Meeks,
8 Hochspierre
Mrs. L. L. Rynearson was called ! reside. Mrs. Hollis Turnidge, former­ Mill City and Evelyn Johnston of Smith 3
to Portland Saturday of last week by ly of Gates, now of Cutler City, is the Gates; Mrs. Clara Shelton, LaDonna Thomas 3
Longnecker 4
H a vet
news of the death of her grandfather, maternal grandmother.
Crofoot, Mrs. Charles Sullivan, Elma
Score at Quarter Stops—
Robert H. McNamee, at the age of
Susie and Dickie Rynearson both Stewart, Toots Blazek, Lettie Swan,
3 9 14 15
101. Mr. McNamee was born June 5, have birthdays in January and their Peggy Becker, Nell Stohlman, Bon­ Mill City
3 6 11 11
1852, in Jackson County, Ohio. At the mother, Mrs. L. L. Rynearson enter­ nie Pregoy, Ann Crook. Blanch Gib­ Jefferson
time of his death he was in a rest tains for each of them. Saturday, Jan­ son, mother of the bride to be, all of
home at Oswego Lake. Services were uary 9, Dickie was 3 and host to a Mill City; Dorothy Johnston, Gates, Civil Service Commission
read in Portland and burial in Moun­ number of his little friends. Gifts, ice Helen Anderson, Mehama and the Announces Coming Exams
tain Grove, Mo. Mrs. Alva McNamee cream and a birthday cake all decor­ hostess Ruth Johnson; Olivia Kap­
The United States Civil Service
accompanied the body of her father- ated with cowboys and wild Indians linger and Maude Flatman, Mill City
( ommission announced the following
in-law east and will visit relatives in made it a great da.v for Dickie, his and the honor guest, Phyllis Gibson.
Nurse Anesthetist,
Velaki, Miss, before returning to Ore­ sister, Susan and Kirk, Phyllis, Mar­
Those unable to attend but send­ $4,60(1 and $5,810 a year for work at
gon. Mr. McNamee made a trip to jorie and Ginger Nygard, Dickie Hay­ ing gifts were: Mrs. Barbara Mint­
various locations throughout the coun­
Oregon the year he was 99 to visit his ward, all of Gates; Jo Netta and Patti on, Merle Minton, Donnie Thompson,
try and in the Panama Canal Zone;
granddaughter, Mrs. Rynearson, who Wilson, of Portland. Adults present Mabel Veteto, Millie Woods. Ada
Social Worker (Parole), $4,205, and
at that time resided in Detroit. His were Dickie’s grandmother, Mrs. Alva Plymale, Tally Davis, Jean Miller and Intsructor (trade shops, vocational
keen enjoyment of life, his interest McNamee and Mrs. Howard Wilson, Vinty Vinton all of Mill City.
agriculture, industrial arts or general
in those he met and in the construc­ Portland and Mrs. Orville Nygaard,
Miss Gibson was the recipient of shop, related to trades, and general
tion of the Detroit dam won him many Gates.
many gifts. She plans to be married education), $3,795, for duty in Federal
Detroit friends.
Susie’s birthday came on Saturday, February 5th in Washington.
and corrective
Mayor and Mrs. W. R. Hutcheson January 23, when she was 6 years old-
throughout the United States.
spent this weekend in Central, Oregon invited to her home Saturday after­ EXPLORER SCOUTS TO MEET
No written tests are required. Ap-
where they visited friends in Redmond noon to help her celebrate the day IN ALBANY FEBRUARY 4
plicats must have appropriate educa­
and Prineville.
Stanley Mate from the national tion, experience or a combination of
were Christine Newberg from Idan­
Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Fleetwood drove ha, Beverly Humphries, Detroit, Bink- office will conduct an Explorer Scout education and experience. The maxi­
to Cottage Grove over the weekend ie Bingston, Mill City, Linda Ander­ meeting February 4 at the Red Hat mum age limit for the nurse anes­
to visit Mrs. Fleetwood’s sister and son, Phyllis and Margie Nygaard, j cafe in Albany, beginning with a din­ thetist position on the Isthmus of
husband, Mr. and Mrs. S. T. Eastburn. Lois Evans and Dickie. Mrs. Ryneat- ner at 6:30.
Pamama is 35 years, in the States, I
Wes Clausman, national camping 62 years. There is no maximum age I
Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Stafford and son was assisted by Mrs. Erick New­
family moved this week to Lakeview, berg, Mrs. Brad Humphries and Mrs.
limits for the other positions.
■where Stafford will be asociated in Orville Nygaard. Party games, re­ The time and place will be announced
Further examinations regarding the
the gravel business with his brothers- freshments and the opening of gifts later.
examinations, including instructions
A district round table will be held on how to apply, and application forms
in-law, Basil, Erwin, Gordon and Ken­ kept the youngsteis busy.
The Gates Woman’s club met Thurs­ at the Lyons grade school February may be secured at any post office
neth Weathes. The Weathers broth­
ers formerly resided in Gates.
day evening, January 21 in the recrea­ 16, at 8 p.m.
throughout the country, or from the
Bob Oliver, accompanied by John tion rooms of the high school, Mrs.
U. S. Civil Service Commission, Wash­
Muir, of Mill City, attended the 40
and spoke on plans of the Auxiliary ington, I). C. Applications will be ac­
et 8 meeting in Salem Wednesday committees consumed most of the to reorganize and an effort is being cepted until further notice for all of
business session. Mrs. W. R. Hutche­
made to organize chapters in Gates the examinations.
Mrs. Elmer Stewart visited several son, chairman of the building commit­ and other cities of the Canyon. Mrs.
days this week in Stayton at the tee reported on the progress made’on Klutke announced that a luncheon
home of Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Bruder. the club house. Mrs. W. S. Hudson, to be given by members of the Auxil­ Grain Loans End Feb. 1
Mrs. Glen Henness, accompanied chairman of the reception committee iary would be held in Mehama, Febru­ Says George L. Koos
by Mrs. Clarence Rush, Mrs. Burrel for the reception to be held Saturday ary 4, in the Woman’s club house. She
February 1 instead of January 31
Cole, Mrs. Clare Henness and Kan- evening, January 30, honoring Mr. and extended aninvitation to all those in­ will be the last day grain producers
dee, all of Gates and Mrs. Keith Hen­ Mrs. Joseph Bowes and Mr. and Mrs. terested to attend. Following adjourn­ can file applications for price sup­
ness, of Mehama, drove to Dallas, Lincoln Henness, discussed plans. ment little Pat*y Pennick entertained port loans or purchase agreements on
Tuesday to spend the day with Mrs. Other members of the committee in the ladies with several dance numb­ their 1953 grain.
Hennes’s mother, Mrs. Roy Taylor charge of arrangements are Mrs. Rich­ ers, Mrs. Don Miley acompanying at
Since January 31 falls on Sunday
ard Parker, Mrs. W. F. Struckmeier,.
on her birthday anniversary.
the piano. Mrs. Richard Parker, Mrs. the deadline has been advanced one
Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Meinert and Mrs. Dale Reynolds, Mrs. Floyd Völk­ Kenneth Martig, Mrs. John Watson day.
three sons, Mr .and Mrs. Verne Shaw el and Mrs. W. R. Hutcheson. Mem­ and Mrs. Tim White served refresh­
Loans and purchase agreements
and Craig, and Mr. and Mrs. Elmer bers of the gift committee are Mrs. ments to the 14 members present and are available to grain growers at the
Shaw and daughter, Audry and Mrs. Glen Henness, Mrs. Orville Nygaard, special guests, Mrs. Phillip Cann, Mrs. price support rates whether the grain
Rose Daley all of Mill City had a pot Mrs. Burrel Cole, Mrs. Walter Bris­ Elmer Klutke, Mrs. Lee Kuhlman, is stored on the farm or in an ap­
luck dinner at the Albert Millsap bin and Mrs. Albert Millsap. Mrs. Mrs. Robert Rose, Mrs. Don Gordon, proved warehouse as long as title io
Home Sunday of last week. Mrs. Mill­ Elmer Klutke, Gates, representative Mrs. William Pennick and Mrs. Harold the grain has not passed from the
sap was ill and unable to join the of the Ladies Auxiliary of the San- Morton.
group at dinner.
I tiam Memorial hospital was present
applications must be made by per­
The reception for Mr. and Mrs. Jo­
seph Bowes and Mr. and Mrs. Lincoln sonal call at the office of the county
Hennes, which was to have been held ASC Committee next to the Exten­
Saturday night, has been postponed. sion Service office, third floor of the
Courthouse in Albany.
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If all New Years resolutions were
laid end to end they wouldn’t reach
to the first of February.
Such good taste
Memorable meals begin at the market.
For good taste at supper, tonight...
choose refreshing Olympia Beer, today.
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There is no doubt about it—rabbits need two
feeds if they are to produce as profitably as they
The doe and her litter need Albers RABBIT
FAMILY RATION because here the fast, eco­
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But breeding animals should be kept in good
condition without fattening. This is where Al­
bers RABBIT BREEDERS PAKS are needed.
Get your rabbits on the Albers Two-Feed
Program today, and watch the difference it
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