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About The Mill City enterprise. (Mill City, Or.) 1949-1998 | View Entire Issue (April 8, 1954)
THURSDAY. APRIL 8. 1951
Womans Club Silver Gates PTA Presents
Tea Held Tuesday Slate of Officers
If in need of office forms see us—Enterprise Office
SINGER SEWING CENTER
By Eva Bressler
Telephone users in Lvons. will no
tice a large saving of dollars a year
starting April 1, through federal ex
ine Gates i Parent-Teach
areni-1 eacn- ------
---- reductions, recently
■ , voted , by
By Mary Kelly
April 8, 9, and 10
A very lovey affair of Tuesday af
ternoon was the annual
silver eta Thursday evening with Mrs. William P^one
‘ VFW Santiam
of - the
given by the Mill City Woman’s Club Pennick presiding. The nominating I
for the benefit of the Children's Farm committee, Mrs. Oswald Hirte, Mrs. 4184 Lyons, and Boy Scout troop 81
PHYLLIS KIRK in
Home at Corvallis. The event was Leo Johnson and Mrs. William Hiite Lyons, along with one committee
held at the home of Mrs, J. F. Pot presented their slate of nominees ■ member joined forces Sunday to help
ter, with Mrs. Paul Patterson, wife for office for the coming year. Elected a disabled veteran of World War I,
of Oregon's governor, as the guest of ( were Mrs. Stanley Vail, president; Ralph Esther, by clearing land, burn
Mrs. Richard Paiker, vice president; ing brush, sawing, splitting and rick
Preceding the tea was a beautiful Mrs. Elmer Stewart, re-elected secre ing wood. Coffee was served by Mrs.
ly-appointed luncheon at the home of tary and Richard Parker, treasurer.! Esther, and a wiener roast provided
Mrs. O. K. DeWitt, west of the town Installation of officers will be held at; by the VFW. Anyone interested in
___ ways I j°*n*nK the reorganized VFW contact
on the river, honoring Mrs. Patter I the next meeting, May 6. ’ The
Johnson, Lyons. Meeting night is
son. Covers were placed for Mrs. W. and means committee reported a pro-
W. Allen, Mrs. Vernon Todd, Mrs. fit of 142.45 from the recent dance1 the sec».nd Thursday of every month
John Muir, Mrs. Melbourne Rambo, sponsored by the PTA. It was decided at the Womens club hou.-e in Mehama.
Mrs. C. M. Cline, Mrs. Charles Kelly, to puichase playground equipment or | Twenty-four members from Sant-
Mrs. Patterson and the hotsess, Mrs. some needed article for the school with , iam Valley grange made a visitation
part of the money on hand. Mrs. Gwen to the Lakecieek grange Monday
During the afternoon at Mrs. Pot Schaer, principal of the grade school evening. All leported an enjoyable
ter's home, the following program was appointed by the chair to select evening. Those making the trip were
was presneted: Incidental music at and puichase what is most needed by. Master and Mrs. Giles Wagner, Mr.
April 11. 12
“J Mrs. Elmer Taylor, Mr. and Mrs.
the piano, Mrs. Delos Hoeye; vocal the pupils.
Don Miley, t z-uperintendent
-1 - of
G. D. Myers, Mr. and Mrs. Frank
solos made up of poems, “Oh, Give Me
An Oregon Trail,'' and “Desert at Gates schools introduced Mi. and Mrs. Basl, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Julian,
ROBERT MIT( HUM, in
Rest,” by Mrs. Ione Thielke, who ac- C. B. Frost, of Sweet Home. Mr. Mr. and Mis. Warren Hampton, Mr.
companied herself on the tiple, an in- Frost, who will be superintendent of and Mrs. Bernard Van Handel, Mr.
strument of ancient times; two num the Gates schools next year, responded and Mis. Lloyd Sletto, Mr. and Mrs.
bers, “Green Cathedral,'' and “Thanks with a short talk. Mr. Frost has been Bert Mori is, Mrs. Arnold Syveson,
Be To God.” by the Presbyterian choir athletic director of the Sweet Home Mrs. Floyd Bassett, Mrs. Wilson
i Stevens, Mrs. Mabel Patton, John
composed of Bernice Gordon, Maxine union high.
Sgt. Charles Weems of the Oregon Lambrecht ,and Casper Gerath.
The regular meeting of Santiam
Kelly, Ma'ie Stover, Betty Kelly and [ State Police, of the state game and
Dorothy Dyhrman, with piano ac fish commission was introduced and Valley giange was held at the grange
companiment by Jeanette Andersen; I spoke on the Oregon fish and game hall Friday evening, with Giles Wag
I solo. “When Children Play,” by Ros laws. He stated that any of those ner, master, presiding over the meet
who have sustained damage to their ing. Members from Scio grange were
April 13, 14
Mrs. Patterson was asked to give oichards or gardens by deer would be present and put on the Lecture pro-
an inipromtu talk on some of the high furnished, free of charge, a deer re- giam. Pot luck was served following
lights of her life as the governr s i pelent upon request at the Albany or the meeting.
MICHAEL WILDING, in
wife, with which request she grac Portland offices of the Oregon Fish
Mrs. George Huffman went to Se
and Game commission. This repelent attle the last of the week, where she
iously and interestingly responded.
Refreshments were served during is non-poisonous and quite effective. will spend this week with her daugh
A committee was appointed by the ter, Mrs. Sheldon Titus, who is ill.
the afternoon from the large dining
centered with a president to arrange for the annual
Mrs. Viigil Rogers and Mrs. Wayne
of camellias, banquet honoring the Gates basket Philips were hostesses for a shower
i Pouring were Mrs. C. M. Cline, Mrs. bail squad. Named on the committee honoring Miss Joyce Hargreaves of
W W. Allen, Mrs. Melbourne Rambo were Mis. Stanley Vail, Mrs. Cecil Monmouth, a bride elect and former
Doors Open at 7:0H P. M.
Haun and Mrs. Walter Brisbin. A I lesident of this community, held at
and Mis. Hugh Jul).
Complete show can be seen an»
Chairmen appointed by the presi "candy” walk was held by the Gill | the Methodist church Monday evening.
time up to 8:S#
dent, Mrs. John Muir, included re Scouts and $10.52 was raised to apply Miss Sally Studnick was in charge of
freshments, Mrs. Harry
Dyhrman; to the camping trip fund planned for the games, and after opening of the
the girls this summer. Men members gifts cake and coffee were served.
of the faculty and school board, in
The Womens Society of Christian
cluding Don Miley, Elmer Klutke and Service held their meeting at the
William Pennick were hosts and home of Mrs. T. S. Robeits Tuesday
served refreshments at the close of afteinoon. Mrs. Leonard Cruson pre
sided over the meeting due to the
Seven day FREE TRI 41. in your home. When in need
absence of Mrs. George Hufman. De
votions were led by Mrs. James Hol
of service for your machine or when you need a new or
pipgram, Mrs. I). B. Hill; dining room lingshead. The regular routine of
used Sewing Machine, ( all or Write
chairman, Mrs. Roger Nelson; dec business Was carried out. and many
orations, Mrs. C. M. Cline; hospital plans discussed. The nominating com
• w««« M«r« «r ths singer ara. co.
ity, Mrs. O. K. DeWitt; and receiv mittee piesented the following offic
ing at the door. Mis. Kenneth Cros ers for the coming year: Mrs. S. T.
ier. Guests were present from Gates, Roberts president, Mrs. Wilson Stev-
Ihanha, Lyons and Mehama.
ents vicepresident, Mis. F-loyd Bas
sett secretary and Mrs. Clyde Bressler
S \l I M. OKI«.<>\
Qualitv Job Printing at
Plans were made for a
The Mill City Enterprise
piogressive luncheon to be served on
the next regular meeting day, April
20. Plans will 1« made later for the
annual mother and daughter banquet
| which is to be held in May. Preceding
I the meeting a 1:30 luncheon was
Mrs. Wood Oliver who has been sei -
I iously ill at her home was taken to the
I Santiam Memorial hospital Sunday.
I She was reported to be improving
Mrs. Charles Cruson has retuined
home after spending several days
with her sister at Seaside.
Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Bassett and
Cecil were Portland visitors Sunday.
They were guests at the home of her
uncle, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Bevier.
They also called at the Edward Bro-
dell and Melvin Tergesen homes.
Mr. and Mrs. Merwin Knox were
hosts at a card party at their new
home Saturday evening. Five tables
of pinochle were in play. Mrs. Bill
Bickett and Frank Crouthers held
high score, while low went to Mr.
and Mrs. Carl I.ongnecker. Present
were Mr. and Mrs. Ray Roberts, Mr.
and Mis. Carl I.ongnecker and Billie.
Mr. and Mrs. Bill Bickett of Elk
Horn, Mr. and Mrs. Ike Myers, Mr.
and Mrs. Roger Kindred. Mr. and Mrs.
Kenneth Baine, Mr. and Mrs. Fiank
Crouthers, Jackie Baine of Mill City,
Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Sieg, Mr. and
Mrs. Albert Sieg, and Mr. and Mrs.
Merwin Knox, all of Lyons.
Weekend guests at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. Veine Goodell were Mr.
land Mrs. Marion Stone and son Don,
and Mr and Mrs. Chet Barr of Ta
Mr. and Mrs. Felix Johnson, of
Lyons, accompanied by Mr. and Mrs.
Hallie Downer, of Mehama, are en
joying a two weeks vacation trip to
Mrs. Clyde Lewis left for Seattle
Thursday morning, where she will
spend several days with her father
I w-ho is ill. She was accompanied by
Mrs Albert Bass, who also will visit
Miss Nova Ann Gerath of Lyons
and Miss Shirley Rebel of Stayton.
left for Long Beach, California, where
they wil) spend the next two weeks
Bonnie Ciuson assisted by her
grandmother. Mrs. Charles Cruson.
was hostess to the Girl Scouts, with
a party held at her home. Scouts at
tending were Jean Prideaux. Beverly
Power. Marjorie Worden,
Bowers, Marla McWhirk. Mrs. Charles
Power, scout leader, and Mrs. Donald
Mrs. Alice Huber. Mis. Charles
Cruson and Mr« Alex Bodeker, were
in Salem Wednesday, where they at
tended the district meeting of the
Women’« Society of Christian service
held at the First Methodist church.
Wtlliam Fetherston of Ro«eburg
spent «everal day« in Lyons, looking
after business Mr. and Mrs. Curt
8— THE MILL CITY ENTERPRISE
Party Given for I). B. Hills
Who Are To Leave Monday
On European Vacation
Mrs. W. W. Allen entertained with
a dinner and bridge party Satuiday
evening honoring Mr. and Mrs. D. B.
Hill, who are leaving Monday, April 12
by train for New Y’ork City, from
wheie they will sail April 21 aboard
the Queen Elizabeth, for Cherbouig.
France, and a two-months' tour of
Western Europe. They plan to be in
New York for Easter Sunday, and will
also visit several days with their
nephew and wife, Col. and Mis. Willis
A. Potter, in Washington, D. C.
Attending the farewell party were
Judge and Mrs. George Duncan of
Stayton, Mr. anil Mrs. Sven Eliassen
of Albany, who spent the weekend
with the Hills, Mr. and Mrs. C. M.
Cline, Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Todd,
Mrs. J. F. Potter, Mr. and Mrs. D B.
Hill, and Mrs. W. W. Allen.
Other countries included in the tour,
besides France, include Italy, Switzer
land, Germany, Belgium, Holland,
Denmark, Sweden, Norway, Scotland
and England. On the return trip, Mr.
and Mrs. Hill will leave Southhamp
ton. England, on the Queen Mary June
17, arriving in New York June 22.
They will fly back across the United
Can Milk . $6 2 cans
Pennant BrandL) »-/ÌC’/lVlT/iO
Strawberry I IcSVl V (N
SHORTENING 12 oz glass 19c
3 lb tin 89c Corned Beef Hash
50c Coupon in Each Tin
ili ounce tin
Spaghetti & Cheese
9 d *
15 ounce tin ** llll> XJC
2 tíllS 33c
BONFIRE TUNA'—. i
Margarine 4 lbs 89c
Specials for Friday and Saturday
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JERRY’S CORNER . . . .
April Showers Bring
May Flowers, It’s True
But Maybe the Old Car
Won’t Bring Spring Fun
Gene Teague Chevrolet
Linn County Farmers Union
To Hold Spring Convention
Green Peter dam and the concept
of partnership between private utili
ties and the government will be the
topic discussed by Charles Porter at
the Linn County Farmers Union Con
vention. Mr. Porter is the candidate
opposing Mr. Ellsworth in the 4th
Congression District. The convention
will begin at 10:30 a.m. April 10 at
the Santiam Central Farmers Union
Hall on Highway 20 between Albany
Harley Libby, state piesident of
the Farmers Union will present mater
ial on the economic status of faimers.
Other questions pertinent to farmer-
w'll also be on the agenda,
There will be a potluck luncheon at
noon with members of the Jordan
local acting as hosts. Members are
requested to bring their own table i
Important organizational matters I
will be discussed and members are
urged by County President Will White |
to be present promptly at 10:30, Music I
w II be provided by Juniors from i
Miss Ardith Jones on
U of O Honor Roll
The U niversity of Oregon’s honor I
roll for the winter teim lists 203
students all 3.5 or higher on not less
than 12 term hours. The grade point
average is figured with A equaling I
4.0, B at 3.0 and C as 2.0.
Thirty-two students made straight I
A grades or a GPA of 4.0.
On the honor roll fiom Mill City j
is Miss Aidith Jones, daughter of Mr. I
and Mrs. Floyd Jones of Box 487,
She is a graduate of Mill I
City high school and is now a sopo- |
more in liberal arts at the university. I
M -Ison of Mehama, have bought the
Fetherson house, w hich they have i
been occupying for some time.
< asper Gerath has returned home
after spending two months with lela-
tives in Long Beach, California.
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