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About The Mill City enterprise. (Mill City, Or.) 1949-1998 | View Entire Issue (June 27, 1957)
Good News! From Z Lab
Walter A. Mackie spent Monday, !
' 4—THE MILL CITY ENTERPRISE
Tuesday and Wednesday at McNary I
THURSDAY. JUNE 27, 1957
dam, attending a project engineer’s i
Viv's Steak House
Theta Rho Girls
Jacobson, accompanied by
• • •
Doug Hirte, Ron Kuhlman, Gary
Give Reports on
Bevier and Brian Moffatt went to
Open 6 a. m. to 10 p. m.
Sweet Home Monday morning to at
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tend a fire control school. Mr. Jacob
Mill City Theta Rho Club for girls son and Doug returned Tuesday., but
reported on their recent attendance the other three remained for the
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the State Assembly held on the summer, where they will be employed
of Pacific University at the by the Linn County Fire patrol.
Wednesday evening meeting of San-
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Rebekah lodge. Girls giving re-
ports were Peggy Vail, Marla Mc-
i Whirk and Aloha Thomas. Miss Me- I
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j Whirk is the newly elected president
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of the Club. Mrs. Mabel Yankus pre
sided at the lodge session with Mrs. |
Dorothy Vail assisting her as vice
grand. It was announced that Mrs.
Ruth Hess had received her commis
sion as District Deputy President. 1
Visiting the lodge was Mrs. Jessie ’
Rossman from Juanita Rebekah I
Lodge No. 82 of Springfield. Mrs. I
Rossman is president of the Patri
archs Militant in the Eugene area.
Mrs. Blanche Syverson reported on j
the recent District Convention which j
was held at Turner. This was the 50th j
annual convention with next years I
session to be held at Staytoni Two 1
members of Santiam lodge were elect
ed to serve at the convention; Mrs.
S.vverson to act as Left Support to the
vice-president and Mrs. Rachel Olm
stead will serve as Chaplain.
A committee was appointed to con
sider ways and means of raising
money to augment lodge funds; par
ticularly to support the Trust Fund
of the IOOF home in Portland. Ap
pointed were Carmen Barnhardt,
Dorothy Vail, Sophia Kist and Ruth
Following the meeting refresh- ,
ments were served in the dining room
from tables attractively arranged i
with summer flowers. Committee in |
charge were Etta Reed, Norma Lee I
Henness, Dorothy Vail.
Come help us celebrate our first year in business
at Meander Inn. Plan to spend the night with us.
Saturday, June 29
Party Starts at 8 o'clock
Prizes Will Be Given
Everett and Laura Newton
Mill City, Oregon
SHOP AT THE
Presbyterian Women To
Recess for Summer Months)
YOUR NEW, COMPLETE
Witt Bldg., Mill City — Gates Furniture Store
The last meeting of the year for the
Presbyterian Womans Association
was held at the Fellowship hall Thurs- |
day afternoon with Mrs. Lester Hath- |
away presiding. The meeting started i
with a 1 o’clock covered dish lunch
eon. The Invocation was given by the
Rev. Robert Roach with Mrs. Roach
reading several scripture verses. A I
quartet from the Presbyterian choir, I
Mrs. Shields ReMine, Mrs. Lee Ross, |
Mrs. Carl Kelly and Mrs. Donald i
Sheythe sang two selections. They ;
were accompanied at the piano by
Mrs. Bill Hoeye.
Distinguished guests present in- .
eluded Miss Elizabeth Hogg, president
of the Willanutti I’resbyterial; Mrs.
Gerald Emerson, Secretary of Foreign
Missions. Mrs. W. R. Dallas, pro-
' gram chairman of the Oregon Synod- i
ical, Mrs. Walter Pugh, past Secre- !
tary of Sewing and Mrs. Curtis Hale, |
past treasurer of the Willamette Pres
byterial. Ea.h gave a short talk on
work of their deparment.
Mrs. Hathaway announced that
Rev. and Mrs. Roach had made a film
' on "Religions of the World’’ which |
was outstanding and would be avail- I
able for showing to other groups.
Each guest was presented a love
ly corsage made by Mrs. Curtis Cline. I
George Cree vieited Saturday af-
: ternoon at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Lawrence Burton at Scio.
That youngster of yours can be assured
of a college education through the magic
of a savings account at U.S. National —
a good place to save. He'll do the growing
while you do the saving. Right now.
take that important first step to make sure
your son or daughter can go to college.
Save with bank safety at U.S.
Mr. and Mrs. Lester Johnson and
afmily have moved to Happy Camp,
California, where he is employed.
A. and M. Toman
Store Hours 8 a. m. to 6:30 p. m.
Located next to Mill City Jewelry Store
Mill' City, Ore.
Summer Sale of
Now is the time to buy
material for those school
During this sale event
you can save many dol
lars by making your own
skirts, blouses and dress
Ship and Sail
Mrs. Harry Wood and Mr. and Mrs. '
Jack Colburn spent the weekend at
the Colburn ranch on the Alsea.
Mrs. Frank Bass spent several
days in Mill City looking after pro-
i perty interests. She is now employed
in Salem, and says she enjoys her
Mr. and Mr». Warren Kremer were
hosts at their home Saturday even- |
ng for a pinochle party. Refresh
ments were served at the close of the I
evening’s entertainment. Receiving |
prizes were, Mrs. Clyde Hathaway,
high for women; Mrs. Frank Severs,
low for women; Dick Downer, high
for men and Gordy McMorri* low
for men. Present were Mr. and Mrs.
Dick Downer and daughter; Mr. and
Mr». Al Ziebert and daughter; Mr.
and Mrs. Clyde Hathaway and daugh
ters; Mr. and Mrs. Gordon McMor-
■ is, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Severs
..nd the hosts, Mr. and Mrs. War
den Kremer and son.
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