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About The Mill City enterprise. (Mill City, Or.) 1949-1998 | View Entire Issue (July 11, 1957)
5—THE MILL CITY ENTERPRISE
Mr. and Mts. Clyde Morgan at
Mr. and Mr«. William Shepherd
Mrs. Fred Johnson of Pleasant
THURSDAY, Jl’LY 11. 1957
tended the wedding of Mrs. Morgan’s and Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Shepherd Hill. Calif., and Mrs. Frank Cosby
cousin, Gail Bates at Scio Saturday spent the 4th at Mehama at the home of Portland, spent Thursday here
of Mr. and Mrs. Milton Roten, where with Mr. and Mrs. Charles Wirk-
they had a picnic dinner.
kala and family. The two ladies are
sisters of Mr. Wirkkala. He had seen
Mrs. Anna Swift, Mrs. Vera Ha
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Kelly and fam Mrs. Johnson for about 15 years.
thaway and Miss Daisy Geddes en
joyed a picnic the 4th along the river ily motored to Corvallis Sunday to
take in the softball game. While
Mr. and Mrs. M- G. Rambo. George
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there the children enjoyed a swim and Laura Jo Rambo, and Miss Aud
Mr. and Mr*«. Morri« Howe spent I
rey Shaw drove to Clear Lake for an
the 4th at Suttle Lake.
Mr. and Mrs. Mike Larson of Salem in the new pool at Corvallis.
outing Sunday afternoon. They also
and Mr. and Mrs. Art Johnson of
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Hinde« and son made stops on the Metolius River, at
Mr. and Mrs. Arlo Tuers and ions Fargo, N. D. spent Sunday at the
from Chula Vista, Calif-, spent the (Sisters for dinner, and to see the
•pent a few days vacationing at the George Veteto home.
weeeknd here with Mr. and Mrs. Das- Clayton Baltimores who live near I
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Jackson of rel Hindes. From here they went to Redmond.
Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Johnson and Salem, spent Wednesday night and Sublimity to visit his parents.
Surprise visitor« here
Mrs. James Cuthbert spent Friday Thursday at the home of Mr. and
Bob Jenola and a friend of The Fourth of July were M iss Mary Holt- I
Mrs. Howard Farmen.
at the Beach.
Dalles, spent the weekend here at house and her mother, Mrs. A. A. |
Terry Muir began his dutiee Mon- 1 Mr. and Mrs. Donald Koeneke and the home of Mr. and Mrs. Martin Holthouse, of Corvallis, former long- i
day as fire watch in the Kinney family of Portland spent July- 4th Hansen. Mr. Jenola was employed time residents of Mill City. They I
visiting Otto Koeneke and taking on Detroit dam during its construc managed to find a few of their old-
time friends at the City Park late
| in the celebration here.
in the afternoon.
Sharon Gray and Hazel Caudle,
epent the 4th of July at Mountain
i gular meeting Thursday at 8 o’clock children of Salem, spent Sunday j I.aurene Podrabsky, daughter of
i in the old bank meeting. All mem here visiting his parents, Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Joe Podrabsky, has re
Mrs. Frank Hunter, and also with ceived a doll from Czechoslovakia
Judy Roebke is spending two weeks bers are urged to attend.
Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Richards and which was sent by her great uncle,
at Ontario, where she is visiting
Alois Felips. The doll is authentic
Mr. and Mrs. Franklin McDowell family.
ally dressed in native costume. It
and sons of Renton, Wash., spent the
Mr. and Mrs. S. E. Vail and fam- took her uncle many months to get
Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Edwards and 4th weekend in Mill City and Fox
and Mr. and Mrs. Dell Smith permission to send the doll.
children spent the 4th with friends
were in Oswego Sunday where they
at Dayville, Oregon.
Spending the 4th at Silver Creek
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Wilkinson and met Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Smith and
Mr. and Mrs. Clarence (Goodell and II their granddaughter, Doris Ann were daughter, Carol of Portland for a Falls were Mrs. Rose Daly. Floyd I
Bassett and Cecil, Mr. and Mrs.
children spent the 4th weekend visit Sunday guests at the home of Mr. family picnic.
Wilbur Meinert and sons of Wald-
and Mrs. Kenneth W’ilkinson.
ing relatives at Tacoma, Wash.
A. V. Morrison is home again after port, and a number of Mrs. Daly’s
Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Wilkinson ' spending several weeks at Salem relatives from Portland. The Mein-
Mr. and Mrs. James Gurdon and
daughter, spent several days last and family were dinner guests of his Memorial Hospital where he under- erts spent the night at their Mill
parents, Mr. and Mrs. S. Wilkinson ' went surgery. His son, Edgar, is still City home and returned to Waldport
week in Portland with relatives.
hospitalized, having been theere near- Friday.
in Salem, Wednesday evening.
I ly three months.
Mr. and Mrs. Art Redinger of
Mr. and Ml». Bob Oliver and
Mr. and Mis. Carl Schaffer of |
Gresham, spent the Fourth of July in
Mill City at the Don Moffatt home. Idanha spent July 4 and the balance I Mr*. Glen Shelton has been in Cor children of Gates spent the Fourth
i of the week with Mr. and Mrs. Jerry vallis at the home of her son and of July weekend at Diamond Lake.
famliy, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Shelton, They report fishing fine and a good
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Colburn spent Pittam and family in Mill City.
where she has been caring for her vacation. They did, however, hit a
the weekend at their place on the
Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Chance and granddaughter, Cathy Shelton, who deer, doing some damage to the right
Alsea river. Jack said the weather
front fender of their car. The deer
there over the long weekend was daughters are spending their vaca has had the measles.
was killed, but no one in the Oliver
just about perfect. ’Twas pretty good tion with her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
cramento, Calif., and their grand-
L. I). Turnidge is reported as re-
Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Roland of daughter, Linda Johnson of Reno,
Duarte, Calif., are visiting at the Nev., are visiting this week at the covering satisfactorily from a fall
is suffered while walking from the City
home of their son-in-law and daugh Dell Smith home. Mr. Porter
ter, B. A. Lawrence and family.
Park to the school grounds July 4. It
Mrs. Smith’s brother.
was stated he bumped his leg, which
Mr. and Mrs. Eldon Hutchinson
>|r and Mrs. Ernest Graham and had he broken previously, causing
and family and Mr. and Mrs. H. daughter, Miss Irma, who was visit- pain sufficient to send him into
I. Plymale and LeRoy Golden had a I ¡ng here from San Francisco, Calif:, shock. Mr. Turnidge is the father of
picnic in the park at Albany Sunday. 1 an<] jjr. and Mrs. Bob Draper, were Mrs. Cloyd Cox and the grandfather
'dinner guests Saturday night of Mr. of Mrs. James Grant. He is very ae- i
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Shelton and and Mrs. Martin Hansen.
1 Vive for his age, and was seen at
Cathy of Corvallis spent the 4th with
tending the dance at Gates the night
their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Earl
Mr. and Mrs. Oral Williams of before the Fourth.
Loucks and Mr. and Mrs. Glen Shelt- Ocean Lake, were in Mill City Fri- I
day and Saturday making repairs on I
their house. They also visited at the
Too Late To Classify
Holiday guests of Mr. and Mrs. j
oe Podrabsky home and with Mrs.
Bob Hill and family were Mr. and L,e()ta Worden of Lyons.
FOR RENT—Furnished apartments.
Mrs. Jack Haseman of Lebanon, all______________________
Water and garbage service furn
of whom enjoyed the day at the City [ R(B.voe poole, layman of the Stay-
ished.—Hillcrest Apartments, Mill
City. Phone 7451.
ton Baptist church will deliver the
sermon at the Presbyterian church
Dr. Mark Hammericksen'i Opto- gunday, July 13. Rev. John Hood, re
metric offices in the Bell building in tire<i mini8ter of Salem, delivered
Stayton; Thursdays from 1:00 p. m. the sermon last Sunday,
to 6:00 P. M. No appointments ne-
Dinner Guests at the home of Mr.
! and Mrs. Frank Bibler in Salem
My company aim* to insure
Mrs. Kay Story and three children on the , Fourth were
only careful drivers. As a re
returned to Seattle, Wash., with her
Kuhlman and sons Ron, Chuck
sult, claims costs are lower
and and Butch, Sanga Sabhasri, and
and the savings are passed
brother and sister-in-law,
along to policyholders in the
Mrs. Leo Poole, following their Mill Virginia Kahdy, of Portland.
form of lower cost insurance
Find out today if you can
Visitors at the home of ( loyd ■
qualify for Stale Farm Insur
the past week were his mother,
ance as a careful driver. Just
and Mrs. Howard Ross is here at the Mrg xierle E. Cox of Los Angeles,
present time visiting. She has just Calif., and two sisters., Mrs. Vane
n pays to know your
a beauty course at Den- McGraw and Mr. and Mrs. Orville
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Mr. and Mrs. Melvin I.aVine and
children of Toledo, spent July 3 and
4 here with Mrs. LaVine’s mother,
Mrs. Una White and her brother,
Mr and Mrs. Robert Scott of Sa-
I cram^ntOt Calif, visited
and Tuesday at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. Roy Epperson. The Scotts and
I Eppersons were neighbors in Fort
Peck, Mont., for several years.
Mrs. Bill Richards left Tuesday
night via train for Couer d’ Alene,
Mr. ,and Mr*. Elmer Shaw and
Idaho, where she went to be with her Audrey and Mrs. Bud Bilyeu and
twin sister, Mrs. Adrianne Reptoe, baby son spent the 4th weekend at
who is seriously ill.
Drain at the home of Mrs. Shaw’s
brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and
Mr. and Mrs. Lee McClintock and Mrs. Raymond Bematzkj and family.
two sons of San Diego, Calif., have
been house guests at the home of
Mr. and Mr«. Danny Moore, of
Mr. and Mrs. Mose Hoodenpyle. Mr. Longview, W’ash., have recently
Hoodenpyle’s moved to Mill City and are making
iheir home in Riverview Addition. .
Mr. Moore is retired and says Mill j
City looks like a fine place to live..
Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Rogers recent
ly returned from a ten-day vacation
few because of the
was recently re
leased from the Santiam Memorial
Hospital after having spent nearly
three months there. He was on crutch
es the Fourth of July, but able to en
joy tse day at the City Park seeing
Charles M. Davis, who ia stationed
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with the Air Force at Iscoda, Mich-
spent the weekend here with hi»
grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. W. H.
Davis. His mother, Mrs. Nola Davis
and Harry Hahn of Eugene were
also visitors here over the weekend
at the Davis home.
A group of about 18 lad«*« of th«
Presbyterian church surprised Mrs.
Herbert Schroeder with a handker
chief shower at her home Tuesday
afternoon, the occasion being her
birthday anniversary. The affair was
a real surprise as they met in front
of the theatre and walked in on the
guest of honor unannounced. They
furnished refreshments for the occa-
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