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About The Mill City enterprise. (Mill City, Or.) 1949-1998 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 25, 1975)
Womans Club Holds f
Twenty-four ladies attended
the annual Christmas party of
the Mill City Woman’s Club
held at the home of the presi
Norma J. Long,
dent, Margaret Snow, on Tues
day evening, Dec. 16, with two
guests. Thelma Runimell and Rebekah Lodqe To
Christmas reach into
every heart and home.
Special thanks to our
friends and patrons.
The Malt Shop
Neal and Corine
IVe will be Closed
We wish you a memorable
Christmas, a Holiday
filled with joy and
Dr. and Mrs. David
Mill City, Oregon
Woman's Page Editor
Hie Mill City Enterprise, Ttiunnlay, Dee. 25, lf*75
Rebekah Lodge Gives |
Members New Copy of
Rules and Regulations ■
To Celebrate Fiftieth Wedding Annieeriary
»166 met in regular session
with Noble Grand Mrs. Dave
I Mrs. Jack Stoddurd, Degree
7:30 p.m and the Rebekah De
gree will be presented on
A special meeting
_ of the
January 7 at regular meeting.
Santiam Rebekah Lodge #166
Mrs. Barnhardt announced
was held for the purpose of
that there would l>e a surprise
qualifying officers to be in-
at the Jan. 7 meeting.
stalled in January.
Mrs. Albert Carr, District
District Deputy President
Deputy President, announced
Following the dinner, a very I
Albert Carr certified 11
that she has called a special
short meeting was held to fa ' officers who had not previous-
meeting to be held at Turner
cilitate the making of neces ; ly qualified.
at Ideal Rebekah Lodge #223
Following the session there
for the purpose of qualifying
Doble mentioned that the two was a decorating session pre-
their officers, and any of the
dogwood trees had been pur 1 paring the hall for the annual
officers of Santiam #166 and
chased in memory" of Mabel jChristmas potluck on Dec 20.
Eva »92 who have not quali
Schroeder, a long-time mem The decorating committee con
fied may do so at this special
ber, , and would be planted at sisted of Mr. and Mrs. Glen
session. Mrs. Tom Daugherty,
I th proper time.
I Anderson, Mrs. Dave Barn-
vice grand, announced that she
An invitation was read from
had mailed 35 news letters to
the J . Woman’s Club concern- I Velma Harrison. Mrs. Jack
members who live more than
ing their scheduled New
50 miles or more away.
Year’ Eve party at the fire I man.
Mrs. Barnhardt presented
the new copies of the constitu-
and by-laws to all mem
The -e volunteering to assist
with a health clinic on Jan. 13 Gift Exchange Held
a Barnhardt entertained
with a ballet numlx-r to White
Evelyn Pfoertner, and Mar Sat., December 20
The annual I OOF - Rebekah
Following the meeting, re
The January meeting on the Christmas potluck and gift ex
freshments were served by
20th will be held at 7:00 pm. change was held on Dec 20.
Mrs. Charles Dolezal, Mrs
The evening started with
at the Malt Shop with the
Glen Shelton and Mrs. Jack
Campfire Girls entertaining dinner at 6:30 for members,
and serving refreshments. The their
guests, Following dinner, mu-
business meeting will follow.
Entertainment for the re sic, entertainment, including a
Mehama Club Honors
mainder of the evening con guitar and vocal duo by Dean
». ,Ti ;..
sisted of the singing of and Louts Childress were en
Christmas carols, the exchange joyed.
MEHAMA — Thirty-four
of gifts, as well as those
distributed the gifts.
| members and guests were
brought for the Chemawa In Claus,
The remainder of the eve-
dian School and the boys of ning
ed by Mr.
and Mrs. Don preMat t°r tile meeting of the
was spent playing bingo.
W1‘ mark the,
Woman’s Fellowship of the
Multnomah Cottage at the cards, and pool.
ann,vprs>rv nf Mr
Children’s Farm Home, and
' and Mrs. Lowell Engelen. of
The couple was married at Mehama Community Church
the playing of bingo for prizes
I Gates. They will celebrate the the bride’s home in Kadoka, on Tuesday evening, Dec. 16.
The meeting was opened by
and "black-out” for the door
as dinner guests, m S D on Dec. 25, 1925. They
Acacia Assembly Has occasion
Salem of their .-on-n-law and moved to Hillsboro, in 1941. a welcome from the President,
At the conclusion, light re Christmos Party
daughter, Mr and Mrs. Robert I After several years in ship- Jeanette Bull, and a prayer by
freshments of punch and
of Carmichael, Calif., ¡yard work, Mr Engelen taught Ella VanBeck.
Acacia Assembly, Interna-I
Members with December
Christmas desserts were serv- tional Order of Rainbow for | and their daughter Phyllis j in the Rudville school system,
from which he retired in 1968 I birthdays were honored. Guest
Girls held a Christmas party Lindburg. of Everett, Wash.
Relatives and friends are in after 21 years. The Santiam peaker for the evening was
at the Masonic Hall in Stay-
vited to a reception at The Canyon has been home to them Julie Marton, from Western
ton, on Dec. 17.
Sandy Newkirk read a Church of the Valley, in Al since that time; first in Mill Baptist Bible College, in Sa
Christmas poem. Mr. and Mrs. bany, on Dec. 27, between the City and presently in north lem. Her subject was “Christ- 1
Eagles Aux. Hold
mas is a Jewish Holiday” tell-
Mrs. Carlson explained the hours of 1:00 and 4:00 p.m. west Gates
ing of the life of Christ from
birth. She sang a number of
and Mr. Carlson told the girls
during her speech.
Under the capable direction about the gifts they could re
A gift exchange was held
of Joyce Nicholson, seven ceive for bringing in petitions, Bazaar Prize Winners
during the social hour and re- |
tables were in play Thursday six month term for the offi Revealed By St.
freshmen is were served by the
afternoon, Dec. 18, when the cers.
Mrs. Loren Newkirk, junior, Catherine Society
Eagles Auxiliary held their
Edith Titze, and Dorotheen
and Mr. Leroy Plane, senior, of
Christmas pinochle party.
The St. Catherine Mini
The enjoyable afternoon Turner, acted as Santa Claus
started with a 12:00 noon, cold and each one present was given Bazaar held on Dee. 14, at the
Santiam Memorial Hospital
crocheted animal Malt Shop, was a most success
plate buffet luncheon, after gifts of
which pinochle was played.
The raffle prize« were won
MOE To Ronald and Linda
Winning high score for the and a Christmas stocking of
men was Glenn Shelton with fruit, nuts and a pencil, also by Ray Von Der Heide, the Moe, Marion, a son, December
first prize of a hand painted 15.
John Swan placing second. a gift of the Planes.
A gift exchange followed. picture; the second prize of a
High score for the ladies was
captured by Ruth Kerr, and Ice Cream Snowballs were knitted stole went to Pat Mc
Ann served by the worthy advisor, Clintock, and the third prize of Gaffins Entertain
a hand painted mug to Pauline
Ogden. The pinochle prize was Sandy Newkirk.
Attending from Mill City Brunner The wooden chalice Fridoy Evening
won by Blanche Swan.
The next card party will be were Sue McClintock and Mr. was won by Bob Valdez; the
Entertaining Friday evening,
wooden plate by Joe Yoat, and
on Jan. 8, starting at 1 00 p.m. and Mrs Carlson.
the wooden toothpick holders, Dec 19, with an egg nog par
one each, by Lillian Muehlen- ty at their home on Spring
kamp and Dale Kirsch. The St., were Mr and Mrs. Warren
jar of candies guessing game Coffin and family.
Attending were Mr. and Mrs.
was won by Pat Clauaon.
Everyone there agreed that Bob Valdez. Mr and Mrs Phil
home baked items were the Carey and Mr. and Mrs. [
Clement Frank, from Sublim
The Altar Society hopes to ity.
Several other couples could
have another mini bazaar next
not attend due to illness.
The affair opened at 6:30
with a no-host planned buffet
dinner, with the guests seated
at small tables in the living-
room after serving themselves
at tiie festive dining-table.
.Way all the wonders of
Adolph and Pauline
To Our Mill City Friends
Dick Ö* Carol's
U ith this ifreat holiday,
u>e express deep
appreciation for friendships,
old and new.
Pence, he with you.
Ph. 897-2751 for
May your home he filled
with cheer through this
festive holiday season
and the days yet to come.
P. J. s
you and yours
the joy and peace of Christmas
HARRY and NORA NELSON AT
Pauline — Barbara
Mill City, Oregon
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