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About The Mill City enterprise. (Mill City, Or.) 1949-1998 | View Entire Issue (April 29, 1954)
5—THE MILL CITY ENTERPRISE
Funeral Services Held for
Idanha Man Wednesday
Till RSDAY, APRIL 2». 1»54
Lois Rae Roberts Wed To
Darwin Fehlen Saturday
A nuptal mass was perfoimed Sat
urday morning at y o clock umt.i.g
Lois Rae Roberts, daugntei of Mr.
By Don Moffatt
and Mrs. Ray Roberts of Mehama and
Darwin Fehlen, son of Mr. and Mrs. |
The effects of the Mill City clean
Nick Fehlen of Stayton at the church
up campaign are beginning to be no-
of tne Immaculate conception at s>ia_> - |
t.ced in the community. Many of the
ton. Father Mathias Jonas officiated.
yards have been cleaned up ^nd pre
The bride was wearing a tulle over ■
sent a much more pleasing appear
net gown with bodice of chantilly I
ance than heretofore.
lace; a fingertip veil edged with
Crossler’s Grocery took advantage
chantilly lace. She carried a white
of the nice weekend to paint the front
prayer book topped wim wn.ee i*—,
step of their store. All these things
orchids, a gift of the bridegroom.
add to the attractivenes of the city.
Funeral Services Held Tues. The brides attendants, dressed in
• • •
blue lace and net ballerina length
Former Mehama Lady I gowns
In our rustling around this week to
were: Katherine Tiask, maid of
find something to put into the column
'nonor; Misses Helen Fery, and Dolly
we ran acioss this little verse, which
I’etrasy, bridesmaids; Gerry Robeits,
MEHAMA—Funeral services fur sister of the bride, and Sandra Varley,
I Mrs. Ellen Margaret Cole, who died cousin, candlelighter*; Jo Roberts,
Flease take heed of this litlte ditty
If you reside within Mill City.
in an Astoria hospital April 17 after bi ide s youngest sister, flower gill,
Do you wish the town to thrive and a lingering illness, were held in As and Tommy O Connor, grooms ne
toria Tuesday afternoon, April 20.
phew, ring bearer.
Mrs. Cole was born October 10,
You must co-operate, you know—
Best man: Mickey Klamp, groom’s'
Do you wish your town to wither and 1800 in Mehama, where she grew to men. Bill 1'rask and Ricnaid tiod mg-
womanhood. At the age at 18 she heimer; ushers Elmer Fehlen and
Then keep going, out of town to buy— worked for a year in Stayton and Jack Kauflman.
The bride s mother was dressed in a I
Does the taxpayer give you your then went to Mill City to work.
On March 11, 1012 she was mairied lignt blue suit w ith white accessories |
Then spend your money where it will in Albany to Roy C. Cole and they and wearing a red and white corsage.
made their home in Mill City until The groom s mother Was diessed in
do some good.
a medium blue suit with light blue at-|
Do you want outsiders to like your they moved to Astoria.
Mrs. Cole was a member of the cessories and wearing a corsage of I
Then dress her up in a brand new First Christian chuich and was also pink and white.
a member of the Rebekah lodge.
1 ne reception followed at 2 p.m.
Surviving are her husband, Roy with Mrs. Max Simpson, Eugene,
A shove), a rake, and a can of paint
Make some things ‘‘look like what C. Cole, two daughters Mrs. Otto pouring; Mr*. Tony Rinck, Buxton,
(Florence) Colman, Astoria, and Mis. cutting the cake and Mrs. Dial \ arley, I
W hen tourists stop—as some of them James (Frances) Kearney, Hillsboro, Buxton, presiding at the punch bowl.
four grandchidlren, a niece and neph Helping serve were Misses Jackie I
Mrs. Charles -------------
and Noi- ---------
and Sandra ....
— Opening the |
They won’t stay long if they have ew, , ------------------
man Lee, both of Astoria, whom Mr. I gifts were Janet BelLn and Margie
to eat dust.
So let’s all join hands and
with and Mrs. Cole reared from childhood; ‘ Prichard.
a brother Gordon Zellnar, Mehama
The couple left on a short honey-
And we’ll have something here—after and two sisters, Mrs. Lila Johnson, moon, the bi ide dressed in a pink
Missoula, Montana and Mrs. Edward going away suit with white accessor
Stein, Kellogg, Idaho.
DETROIT—Funeral services were
held Wednesday at 2 p.m. in the Chap-
i el of Weddles funeral home in Stay-
1 ton for John Dallaire, who passed
away suddenly at his home in Idanha.
He is survived by his wife, Melba,
three suns, Bob of Medford, John Jr.,
of Richland, Wa.-hington and Joe of
Yreka, California and a daughter, Mrs.
Betty ose. Interment was at Bel
Ciest cemetery in Salem.
By Boots Champion
The Idanha fire department was
called to Detroit Friday evening to
help extinguish a fire in an unoccu
pied duplex on the Manning pioperty.
The fire of undetermined origin dam
aged the floor and hallway of the
Mrs. Emma Fredrickson returned to
her home in Detioit Monday evening
after being confined at Salem Me
morial hospital for the pas-t week.
Mrs. Fredrickson, who is 81 years
young was ill with an inflamatory skin
direa-e and in some way or mannei
contacted chicken pox.
placed in an isolation ward id the
Richard Rice underwent a ton-
sillectomy at Santiam Memorial hos-
Weekend visitors at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. Len Davis in Ida: ha
were Dr. and Mrs. J. C. Vandevert
A fish derby for Saturday and Sun
day is being sponsored by Earl Lay
man and Art Hansen for the longest
trout caught in Detroit Lake and its
tributaries. Ticket* are available at
the Cedar Tavern.
Mr. and Mrs. Ray Wallace and fam
ily moved back to their home in De
troit last week. The Wallaces moved to
Lowell a year ago where Mr. Wallace
A picture show will be shown at the
Detroit school gym Friday evening at
7:30. The picture in technicolor is a
rolorful heart waiming story of the
adventures of a small town barber
and his family. It is a good family pic
ture. Home maue candy pop coin ar.d
op will be available. The show is
sponsored by the FOE Auxiliaiy.
The G.A.A.R. club will take their
annual outing Friday, Saturday and
Sunday of this week somewhere be
tween Humbug and Warm Springs.
The exact location is undecided as yet.
The G.A.A.R. is a school club. They
will be chaperoned by Mrs. Helen
Bryant and Alice Fryer.
The well managed play, Mr. Beane
from Lima, presented by the high
school students Thursday afternoon
and Friday evening, drew a nice at
tendance. Looks like we have some
real talent in our community.
The Moses, of Gates, have leased
the building and purchased the stock
of the Jake Fischer sporting goods
store adjacent to Stout’s garage on the
Breitenbush junction in Detroit. Boats
and trailers are available.
Mr. and Mrs. Jim Riblin and child
ren Kathy and Rodney, of Castle
Rock, Washington moved to Idanha.
Mr. Riblin is employed by the Rudy
Toll Logging company. The Riblins
were former residents of Idanha.
The Willing Workers club met at
the home of Mr*. John Bowers Wed-
nesray afternoon. The group enjoyed
a pot luck luncheon after a quilting
party. This makes seven quilt* the
club has completed.
Danny McCormick tore the liga
ment* in his foot when he slipped and
fell while at work Friday. He i* em
ployed by Emmett Brother*.
Three Links Luncheon Has
Been Indefinitely Postponed
The Santiam Rebekahs held their
regular meeting at the lodge hall W ed-
nesday evening, with Noble Grand
Eva Duffy presiding. Installation of
new candidates is scheduled for the
second meeting in May
At the close of the business session
refreshment* were served in the din
ing room. Serving on the refreah-
ment committee were Thelma Thomas,
Annie Lee. and Ada Dart, assisting.
The Three Link* luncheon ha* been
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