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About The Mill City enterprise. (Mill City, Or.) 1949-1998 | View Entire Issue (April 29, 1954)
Mill City Band and Glee
lub Take Part in Festival
THE MILL. CITY ENTERPRISE Till R8DA1
Make our city a better place in which to live
a Dull Moment
“At the Bottom of the Hill”
Mill City, Oregon
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Santiam Farmers Co-op
(■rinding and Mixing
Specials for Friday and Saturday
Two New Members Join
Local Toastmistress Club
A parliamentary drill was conducted
Tne Mill City School Band, direct
.Mra. Albert Millsap
Mrs. Vincent Palmer during th«
ed by Eail Louckes, and the High
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Knutson were topics period at the Mill City Toa- •
School Girls’ Glee Club, under the |
honor guests at a post-nuptial party mistiess club which met Thursday
Miss Leona Lamb, of Portland, spent leadeiship of M ss Marilyn Cedar- and shower, held at the Santiam club,
evening at the Bank Cafe. Mrs. Vern
Sunday and Monday at the home of
Fnday evening. Mis. George Clise, on Todd presided in the absence -'f
put on at Stayton by their music
her niece, Mrs. D. W. Moffatt.
Mrs. Al Shelton, Mrs. Alva Johnston the president, Mrs. Howaid Means.
department Thutsday evening, April
and Mrs. Sid Etzel were hostesses for
The toastmistress for the evening
22. Jefferson High Schools band
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Kimmel mu-
the affair complimenting the newly was Mrs. Roy Kiersey. Mrs. Don Miley
and glee club also took part in the
weds. The opening of the gifts, danc was the main speaker; Mrs. Arthur
1 tored to Gt esham Sunday to take in
Girls in tne Mill City Glee Club
j the flower fair. They report some
ing and cards provided entertainment Let'ouis made an extemporaneous
for the group of about 30 guests pi es speech and Mrs. A. E. Nesbitt pre
' beautiful displays.
,-ang, "All in the April Evening,”
ent. A buffet luncheon was served at sented the education talk.
and "Baicarolle.” Numbers of the
Mrs. Howard Farnien began her Mill City band were
Invocation was given by Mrs. J. F.
“Billboard the close of the evening by the host
duties in the high school office Mon March,’' "A Slippery Gentlemen,” and esses.
' Potter. Timer was Mrs. A. E. Nesbitt:
Mrs. Walter Brisbin is happy over lexicologist. Mis. Vernon Todd: ar
day, i eplacing Mrs. Al Zuber, Mr. ' "Band Box—-Overture.”
the birth of her first great-giand- Mrs. Lowell Fleetwood served as
and Mrs. Zuber plan to leave Mill
The mass bands of the three schools
child, a 7 pound 6 ounce boy, born evaluator.
played, “Thunderer March,” “Saluta-
to Mr. and Mrs. Robert Wilson of
New members present for the meet
i tion,” and "Washington Post,” direct-
Mr. and Mrs. Howard Farmen. Mr. i cd by each of the thiee leaders. Mrs. Klamath, California Sunday, April 25. ing were Mrs. John Prideaux of
and Mrs. Jack Scott and Mr. and : Delos Hoeye accompanied the glee Mrs. Wilson, nee Bit die Larson, is Lyons, Mrs. Vern Alvin of Idanha ar i
Mrs. Brisbin’s granddaughter and the Mis. Don Carlson of Mill City. Mrs.
Mrs. Joe Lalack and son, visited at club at the piano.
daughter of Mrs. Gilbert Brosig, of A. T. Barnhardt of Gates was a guest
the Melvin LaVine home in Toledo
Klamath, California, and Elbert Lai- at the meeting.
Sunday. The LaVines had just moved
Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Todd and sons,
son, of Winston, Oregon.
to that city.
Stephen and Allen, spent the weekend
Mrs. Kenneth Martig, accompanied dents of Gates. Mrs. Wyrick has beer,
I at the beach at Waldport.
by Mrs. William Pennick, president of seriously ill for some time.
.Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Walkup and
1 the Gates PTA, attended the PTA con
Mr. and Mrs. Perrv Willoughby mo
Pvt. Earle Henness and Pvt. Dar-
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Podrabsky and
tored to Corvallis Sunday where they daughters, Marlene and Diana of Sub vention in Salem, Thursday and Fri rell Smith, both from Fort Lewis,
visited at the home of Mrs. Walkups limity visited at the Arey Podrabsky day of last week. Mrs. Martig and Mrs. spent the weekend with Earles par
Pennick were hostesses Friday for one ents, Mr. and Mrs. Glen Henness.
brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and home here over the weekend.
of the regional luncheons at the Sen
Mi. and Mrs. W. R. Hutcheson, Mr
Mrs. J. M. Barion.
and Mrs. Floyd Völkel and Mr. and
The Woman's Council of the Christ
Saturday evening Mrs. Martig was Mrs. Walter Brisbin spent the Easter
Mr. and Mrs. Sonny Nelson (Mar ian church will meet this (Thursday)
ian King) are advertising their home afternoon at the home of Mrs. Elsie chairman of the meeting of the Baha'i weekend in Prineville, where the men
Woild Faith held at the Salem YMCA folk attended a Masonic installation,
in Mill City for sale, and will soon Myers in Riverview addition.
I and introduced speakers. Dr. Fred put on by the Mill City lodge, while
move to Klamath, California, with
Thompson, of Salem and Mrs. Ethel the ladies enjoyed the town. The
their two daughters, where Nelson
Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Baltimore,
of Boise, Idaho.
party attended sunrise services Easter
is employed in the lumber industry. accompanied by his mother, Mrs. Hen
Mrs. Glen Henness was hostess Fri-1 morning and before returning home
ry Baltimore, of Redmond, were in
A no-host Fellowship dinner was Mill City on business Tuesday. They day evening at dinner compliment visited points of interest.
Weekend guests at the home of Mr.
held in the Fellowship Hall of the also called on a number of oldtime ing Burrell Cole on his birthday anni- 1
| versary. Seated at the table were Mr. j and
R.vnearson were Mr.
Presbyterian Church at 6:30 p. m. friends.
and Mrs. Cole, Mrs. Minnie Everton, an(j Mrs. F. R. Slavens from The
Wednesday evening, April 28. Guest
speaker at the dinner was Dr. Hugh
Josef Palat, student at Northwest Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Rush and the Dalles.
Correction—In the report of ne'*
Peniston, whose topic was "Alaska.’ Christian college, repiesented the hosts, Mr. and Mrs. Henness.
Mr. and Mrs. Edmund Davis have officers elected at the April meeting
school at the Mill City Christian
Minister and Mrs. H. E. Jul) Mrs. church in its observation of N.C.C. received news of the biith of a new of the Cates Womans club were sev-
Susie Haynes and Mr. and Mrs. Joseph day last Sunday. He preached the grandchild, a baby girl, 7 pounds 6 eial errors. Mrs. Philip Hess was
ounces, born to their son-in-law and elected president; Mrs. Glen Henness.
Palat and son, attended the 66th morning message. He was accompan
daughter, Mr. and Mrs. James Over vice president, Mrs. Stanley Vail, se
quarterly convention of the Cential ied by his wife and infant son, Jo
look, of Seattle, Friday, April 23. The cretary and Mrs. Albert
Christian sef Jr.
new baby has a big sister, Kathryn ! treasurer. Outgoing officers were Mrs.
churches held at Crabtree Sunday.
Lee, 7, and a brother, Jimmie, 16 Kenneth Martig, president; Mrs.
The wedding of Miss Vera Loucks, months.
Glenn Gordon, vice president, Mr*
Visitors at the Kenneth Chance to Robert Shelton wjlich was to have
Mrs. Vernon Smith, of Stayton was Philip Hess, secretary and Mrs. Dale
home over the weekend were Mr. and been solemnized Satuiday has been '
Mrs. A. P. Hoffman and son. Bill, of postponed for two weeks due to the a Gates visitor Thursday looking after Reynolds, treasurer.
Pasco, Washington. The Hoffmans fact that Mr. Shelton, who is stationed property here. She called at the homes
of Mrs. Glen Henness and Mis. Albert
were former Mill City residents.
at Fort Ord, contracted a case of
Millsap, former neighbors.
scarlet fever. The wedding will be
Mr. and Mrs. Don Miley spent Fri
E. I.. Davis, of Mill City, returned held May 15.
day and Saturday on the campus at
about 10 days ago from Salem Me
OCE in Monmouth, where Mr. Miley
morial hospital where he had been for
Students of the sixth, seventh and
was a member of a committee study
a major operation. He stated he was eighth grades enjoyed another danc
ing high school-college relations.
feeling much better at this time.
ing party at the grade school Friday
Mr. and Mrs. Miley had as their
night. Chaperones were Mr. and Mrs.
guests Sunday, Mr. and Mrs. G. B.
Mrs. C. B. Fay lor and Miss Sharon Al Nesbitt, Mi. and Mr-. Wiibur Mein-
Frost and two children, from Sweet
Gallagher returned last week from ert, Mrs. Arey Podrabsky, Mrs. Don Home. Mr. Frost will take the place
St. Fiancis, Kansas, where they had Moffatt and Mrs. Delos Hoeye. Lunch
of Mr. Miley as superintendent of the
been to attend the funeral of Mrs. was served following the dancing.
Gates sch ioo I s next year.
Faylor's grandather, J. A. Holliman,
Guests Sunday at the home of Mr.
who was 94 years old at the time of
Mrs. Ted Dorothy of Post. Oregon, and Mrs.
Orville Nygaard were Mr.
his death. Mr. Holiman, who had and Mrs. Joe Shasactz. formerly Jean and Mrs.
Carl Larson and two child-
spent a year hire, went to Kansas Dorothy, and little daugnter of Day ien from Sweet Home.
ton, Wyoming, spent the weekend at
Visitors over the weekend at the
the Frank Blazek home, and visiting
home of Joe Joaquin were his sister ;
other fiiends and illative.* here. Mrs.
and family, Mr. and Mrs. Lavton Gos- I
Shassetz went to school here at one nell and son, Larry, of Rosebure, who
April 30 and Ma\ 1
Paul Paucrson is giving Oregon a
came to see Mrs. Laura Joaquin, who
fresh, vigorous leadership that
people like and completely trust.
is at the home of her son, since being
Janet McDonald Baker of Idanha, is placed in a body cast as the result
HE IS DOING THE JOB THE PEOPLE
among past Queens and Ma.ds of Hon of a broken back.
OF OREGON WANT DONE!
or returning for the 51st annual May
At the Louis Kelle home over the
Day festivities for 1964 at Linfield weekend were their sons and families,
College, McMinnville. She took part Mr. and Mrs. Bob Kelle and two |
in the 1962 festivities. The visitors
children from Cutler City and Mr. and
will be honored at a banquet Satur Mis. Bill Mills and son, Bill, of New- |
Mrs. Minnie Everton, of Yakima. |
Rev. and Mrs. C. R. Brewer and son. Washington, is a house guest at the,
Evart and daughter, Regine left for home of her son-in-law and daughter, i
Lacombe, Alberta, Canada Wednesday Mr. and Mrs. Burrel Cole.
and ai rived there Thursday noon.
Mrs. Harry Keiser visited in San I
Evart remained there, where he is Francisco for five days at the home
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working and Mr. and Mrs. Brewer of Mrs. Rosalie Smith and her mother, 1
Pd. Ad Pattersan (or Governor Com Ted R.Gamble,
Chairman ,81r> S. W 6th Avenue, Portland.Orefcn.
and Regine returned here Tuesday. Mr* ( hristine Wyrick, former resi-
They tepoit having driven in snow fori
about 300 miles.
Keep Oregon’s Working
Governor on the Job
Vote for Paul
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Make our city a better place in which to live
HILL TOP MARKET
Mill City, Oregon.
Phyllis Provost, chairman of the
invitation committee of the GAA of
Mill City, is sending invitations to
about 100 mothers in the area to at
tend a tea which w ill be held May 7 at
the high school here. The boys shop
class will have articles they have made
duiing the year on display at this
Visitors for the weekend at the
Roger Nelson home were their son-in-
law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer
I Harnish and daughter, Linda, of
| Eaglepoint, Oregon. They also have a
i niece visiting them from Watsonville.
| California. Driving over for the day
Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. Fred Nel-
i son of Portland coming to visit W
H. "Dad" Nelson.
of SOMMER FÜM
The Uth birthday anniversary
Johnny Kelly was celebrated with a
I party Wednesday afternoon. April 29.
Following games and refreshments,
the gifts were opened. The affair was
held in the basement of the Charles
Kelly, residence. Attending besides the
honored guest were Stephen and Al
len Todd, Neil and Wayne Stiffler.
Michael Hinds, and James Hearing.
The men« quartet which assisted
at the recent Easter concert at the
Presbyterian and their wives, also
their accompanist and her husband,
drove to Salem last Friday evening to
attend the First Annual Parade of
Barber Shop Harmony presented by
the Salem Rotary Club at the North
Salem Senior High auditorium. Be
fore the program, the group dined
at the new China City
south of Salem on the highway. In
cluded in the group were Mr. and Mrs
I<«e Ross. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Poole
Mr and Mrs. Lowell Fleetwood, Mr.
and Mrs. Harold Kliewer and Mr
and Mr« Charles Kelly.
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East of the Bank