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MILL CITY EN I LltriaSlí, MAY 5. 1949
MUSIC RFXITAL PLANNED
By MBb. J. A. WRIGHT
The Detroit-Idanha PT A benefit
given at the old grade school build
ing Thursday and Friday evenings
was a decided success. The build.ng
was crowded both evenings and some
standing room was »old Friday eve
ning. A total of $236.35 was grossed
from the sale of tickets and pie« af
ter the show.
The one-act farce, “Calling A 11
Carr’s” p-^t on by Bruce Gorden, Bet
ty Pittam, Rilla Schaefer, Reba Sny
der, Warren Stahl, Mary Gulliford,
Frank New and Roselle Vickers, with
Mr». John Ray directing, displayed
lots of talent.
The minstrel show had 25 charac
They .were Joan Cauble, Ben Todd,
Mrs. Eli Bangs, Eldon White, Russell
Hoyt, S. T. Moore, Dick Thorton. Ro
nald Morgan, Dick Haseman, Har
low White, Frank Wilson, Ruth Skid
more, Mrs. E. W. Bray, Jean Bray,
Shirley Hammer, Dorothy Morgan,
Mary Gordon, Marlene White, Frank
ie Payne, Bob Budlong, Virginia O’
Brien, Mary Impsem and Lillian Carl
son. Nolan Rasnick was interlocutor
ami Mrs. Otis White and Mrs. John
The music of Mrs. Gordon Skid
more and drum playing of Scott
Young added much to the success of
First prize for ticket selling went
to Jame» White; secon to Billie Pe
terson and third to Donna McKeever.
Wardr<»be custodians were Mrs.
Earl Parker and Colleen Mermillion.
The program committee included
Mrs. Sol Tucker, Mr». Albert Snyder,- •
Mrs. Bruce Gordon, Mrs. Cliff Peter
son and Mrs. Richard Hansen.
Mr. an d.Mrs. Dennis Buetall and
daughter Trinnie of Salem were week
end guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Byr-
kit. They went fishing on the Metol
Mis. Uuritz Hansen who was ta-
ken to the Matson Hospital in Mil-
waukie a week ago is improving.
Mrs. Emma Ramage and daughter
Joan an<i son Webb of Salem visiterl
last week end at the home of h-r
brother-in -law and sister, Mr. and
Mr». Haiold Champion. A gtie-t at
their home the previous week was
her nephew, Bill F’ry, also of Salem.
Mr. and Mr». Francis Stout and
Mrs. Gale F’agen brought the Glen
Dryden’s furniture to Detroit fiom
Entterprise last week.
Henry White, assistant fo-est su-
I ervisor, was here on business three
days last week and staye«l overnight
at the home of his brother-in-lav’ ami
sister, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Parker.
A »or nl club known as the En
gineers Club to piovid«, recreation for
the engineers and their families hag
been organized. Officers are Harry
Rutherford, chairman, and Ruskin
Smith, secretary. They put on their
first entertainment at the Rod and
Gun Club last Saturday evining - nd
about 100 people attended.
Mr and Mrs. Lloyd Russell and Mr
and Mrs. Ung, all of Portland, were
week end visitors of Mr. and Mrs.
L. L. Rynearson and Otto Russell.
Mr and Mr». Earl Layman and Mr.
und Mrs. Archie Mattoon syerrt the
opening of fishing season on the Ya-
quina River. No luck the river was
Mr. ami Mrs. Samuel B. Manning
ami two children, Barbara Jean, in
the fourth grade, and John in the first
grade, moved here recently und start
ed operation of the Canyon Cafe on
Sunday. They have as chef one of
the finest cooks in the Northwest
Robert Manning, brother of the man
ager who has cooked in the Mult
nomah and other large hotels. All
meals will be personally inspected by
thu manager before thev are served.
I he Detroit Telephone Co. is in-
talling a PBX board at Mongold as
additional lenice for the Army En-
’ letus Johnson and
•• of Portland were
i of his parents. Mr.
By JEAN ROBERTS
Mrs. Bill Bickett I and M ; a. R a y
Robert« spent Thum •day in Silv ei ton
at the Marion County 4-H Spring
Show Their daughters, Jackie Ri.k’
ett and Lois Rae Robert», were cor
Ming in the Clothing II project
Mr. and M ,. W A Billington w re
»••itora at the Bill Bickett home on
Spr ng maintenance of telephone
lines, trail and rva< s was starts,
by crews <»f the Linn County Fire
Patrol last I week, according t ■ Mei
Home, district war-
den All facilities will be service;
and maintained prior to the fire sea
son, at whch time most of th ie train-
tenance men will go to their fled
stations for the summer season.
A crew under the direction of
Ttenholm is clearing a site for a
guard station in the Scio area t
ready this season for fire detei
in the Jordon Thomas Creek an
The Wiltsey studios will present a
recital of about 50 performers, most
of them frm Canyon communities, at
Stayton high schol auditorium May
8 at 2:30. The public is invited.
Jacqueline Kinsman, Cail Smith,
Miriam Brown, Mary Duman, Doris
Neal, Shirley Mohler, Jean Pri leaux,
Donald Olmstead, Mrs. Roberts, Lois
Mae Roberts, Janice Jungwirth, Bar
bara Podrabsky, Judy Podrabsky,
Jackie Bickett, Betty Humphries,
Claryce Humphries, Jessie Covert,
Dennis Deetz, Sandra Forrest, Diane
Schwindt, Cecil Bassett. Barbara
Kirkwood, Thomas Wayne Tate, Nor
ma Jean Devine, Shirley Wodtley, Vi
olet Sims, Cheta Land, Maigie Prich
ard, Bertha Silbernagel, Max ne
Scott, Darla Lae Able, Floyd Ling-
acher, Ronald Lingacher,
Shaw, Audrey Shaw, Lahny Podrab
sky, Judy Kundle, Kathryn Johnston,
Leland Humphries, Gary Gehlen, Ken
ny Ware, Glen Bruce, Janet Betcke,
Glea De«. Duman, Clifford Fletcher,
Jim Tate, Wiley Muise and Lorena
.deice; Mrs. \ . an Hm
IM-«. Cat erine Lyon and Mr. and
¡Mrs. Wil in Stevens, Lyons; and
The wedding of Miss Rose Lalack, Mr». Tilnmn Rains and son and Miss
daughter of Mr. and Mis. Andrew Georgia Shane, Gates.
Lalack, of Dallas, to Elmer Culwell
of Lyons, son of Mr. and Mrs. Samu
el Culwell, took place Sunday after-
; noon in the Community Church.
The bride was attired in a soft blue 1 A birthday party was held at the
I afternoon frock with white hat and Charles Kelly home Thursday honor
1 blue veil, her corsage being of pink ing the third anniversary of their
' and white carnations. Her only at- son Johnny. Attending were Mrs.
■ tendant, Mrs. Andrew Lalack Jr., of Vernon Todd and Stephen, Mrs. Don
i Salem, wore an afternoon gown of ald Sheythe and Mark. Mrs. Carl Kel-
1 ly, Jeanie and Carl Hall, Mrs. Bob
Her brother, Andrew Lalack Jr. f ; Hill and Bobby, Mrs. W. J. Robinson.
Salem, escorted the bride to the al- Leia Kelly, Johhny Kelly and Mrs.
tar. The ceremony was performed by * Charles Kelly.
he Rev. Wayne Watkins. Best man
Saturday the Charles Kellys drove
was the groom’s brother, A. B. Cul Mrs. W. J. Robinson to Dallas where
well of Lyons. Usherswere Joseph she planned to spend a few days at
the home of her brother--in-law, Al
Lalack and Howard Naue.
Mrs. Charles Power of Lyons sang, Cherry.
accompanied by Miss Alice Smith.
Out of town guests attending the
Following the ceremony a recep wedding and reception for Miss Do
tion was held at the home of Rev. rothy Shuey and Que Haynes includ
Watkins. Mrs. Aledd Hutchinson ed Mrs. Vivian Hoenig and Mrs. Ro
poured and the bride’s cake was cut bert Schroeder, Salem, Mrs. Mabel
by Mis. Hershel Culwell. Mrs. John Freeman (formerly Mabel Needham)
Swan, Mrs. Jessie Short, of Salem, of Portland, Mr. and Mrs. William
and Mrs. Wa kins assisted. Mrs. Jo Norris and son of Eugene and Miss
seph Lalack and Miss Betty Bentley Ina Pearl Allen of Amity.
of Lyons passed the guest book.
The Women’s Missionary Society
After a short wedding trip the of the Christian Chutch meets Wed-
couple will be at home in Lyons
nesday, May 11, at the home of Mrs.
Glen Shelton. China will be the study
DOROTHY SHUEY MARRIES
topic, led by Mrs. Clyde Golden.
QI E HAINES OF ASTORIA
ROSE LALACK M ED
TO ELMER CI LM ELI
By EVA BRESSLER
The annual mothers and daughters
banquet sponsored by the Women s
Society of Christian Service was held
at Rebekah Hall Monday evening
with a good attendance. Each mother
was presented a corsage. Mrs. Char
les Power, emcee, introduced M r s.
deLespinasse of Hubbard who gave
a very interesting talk on her trav
els in Europe. The address of wel
come to the mothers was given by
Mrs. Modena Carleton, and response
by Mrs. Catherine Lyon. -Gifts were
presented to Mrs. Zander, oldest mo
ther present, Mrs. Hallie Toman, the
youngest, Janice Vanyes, younges-
daughter; and four generations Mrs
Zander, her daughter, Mrs. Leora
Stevens, granddaughter, Mrs. Hallie
Toman, and great grandson. Stephen
Toman. A short program with Norma
Jean and Lorena June Devine of
Gates furnishing accoidian music, a
song and dance by the Little Sun-
srine Girls was presented by Mrs.
Gertrude Jungwirth and Mrs. Anita
Limbeck assisted by Mrs. Helen John
ston and Mrs. Helen Hilton. Mrs. Al
ta Bodeker impersonated “Madam
Can’t Sing She,” a noted opera sing
er, in a clever skit. A vote of thanks
was extended to the men and boys
■ ter for a short time.
Special Mother’» Day services will
be held at the Lyms Methodist
church Sunday morning.
Wants and Sales
50x100 ft. lot. Fred
Farmen. Mill City, Ore.
HELP WANTED—Correspondent re
presentative to write credit reports
for Mill City, for national concern.
Knowledge f leal business codifions
tequired. Write Mr. B. H. Robinson,
P. O. Box 111. Portland, Ore.
STAYTON Garden Club Flower Sale
May 7, beginning at 8 a.m. until eve
ning, in front of Western Store. Ca
mellias, azalias, geraniums, fuscias,
ivy, tuberous begonias, pansies, pe
tunias and other bedding pants. 8*
FOR SALE — 2 b’room house, all
mod. *:;400, two lots. See Red Thom-
as or ph. 2042.
FOR SALE 4 b’room hou<e. Einest
Ragsdale, Mill City.
FOR SALE ’939 Fori Fou’dwr f-e-
ian. $400. See Baker at Jewelry
FOP SALE—’47 Fi d »nick, 2
18 ft flatbed, 900 tires. 2 speed
The Gates Womens Club met in
ton axle, 200” wh hese, extras,
Faith Rebekah Lodge held its 00 mi. Joe Stanton, 3".! Norway,
social meeting in the club rooms of
The Presbyterian Church was th«
meeting at the hall. Nominations of verton, call 4171.
the high school Thursday evening of scene of a lovely wedding Sunday af-
officers was the main business of the
last week, with members of the Me eiaoon when Mis» Dorot'iv Sh uey,
M rs. Frank New took her daugh evening. A contest of giving the un HAY FOR SALE or trade for cattle
hama, Lyons and Mill City clubs as aughter of M r. and M r
their guests. Mrs. Elmer Stewart, Shuey, was married to Que W. ter Sally to Stayton Tuesday for me written work was given with prizes
president of the Gates club, welcom Haines Jr., »on of Mr. and Mrs. Que dical care. She reported a bronchial going to Mrs. Elsie Myers and Mrs.
Ve na West. Reports of committees
ed the visitors. A (program of musi- W. Haines of Hawarden, la. The dou- condition.
Jerry Pittam took Mrs. Pittam to were heard. At the social hour the
cal selections included duets and tie ring ceremony took place nt 9
songs by Norma and Lorena Devine; oil • k, with Dr. David I'e gu-on of Sal em Tuesday to be treated for a hcominittee, Verna West. Alma Olm
stead and Garnett Bassett, served.
selections by the Oahu Guitar Club, ficiating.
under the direction of Mrs. Bert Kel-
FOR SALE 4 mo. ol trailer, Star
The curch altar was deco-ated with
The amateur program sponsefred tan Royal Mansion, 33’ long. 130 La
ley, and two guitar duets by Mr. large baskets of pink cherry b'os- Saturday to visit te the home of Ar- 1
and Mr». Kelley. Mrs. Hollis Tur- soms and white lilacs. Also lighted nold Aaserucde of Salem and Mr. by the Farmers Union was held at na Ave, Salem, O t e. Mrs. George
nidge displayed a number of gifts candelabriums, lighted candles in a'l Girod’s sister, Esther Jensen of As Rebekah Hall Frida y evening with a Dunbar.
Coming home Sunday night i large crowd present. A chicken sup
sent to her from pen-pals in Poland, ne windows with white satin bo.v- toria.
they were stopped by a slide about per was served from 0 to 8. Partic FOR SALE Beutifully wooded liv-
England and other countries and marking the pews down the ais’.e.
mile and a half this side of Blow ipating in the program were Kathryn er view homesites, spring water, good
gave a n interesting description o f
Lighting the candles were Mrs. Ma
those sending gifts; Mr». Floyd Bas vis Crass of Wheeler and Mrs. Mary- out. They were delayed fiom 9 to 2 Johnston, Clarice Hump.ies, Sandra soil, one to five acre tracts, easy
sett of Lyon» told of letters and gifts Ann Johnson. They wore pink and a.m. Some 15 cars were in the east Forrest, Connie Kimsey, Susanne terms. Royal Johnson, 2 mi, E. of
Schiewe, Shirley Wodtly, Miriam |Gates in Linn Co. Tel. 742, Mill City.
received from Australia. On display blue marquisette gowns. For the mu bound lineup.
Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Erickson Brown. Darlene Christensen, Judy Po
were articles of other members sent sic Mrs. Donald Sheythe sang “Be
from Holland, China ami Japan, A cause” ami “The Lord’s Prayer,” with were in Portland on business Mon drabsky. Bill Bilyeu, Aladean Mc . FOR SALE Poles, piling and saw
Donald, Leonard Smith, Delton Fore,
fine violin, over 200 years old, fiom Mrs. Robert Schroeder a- accompan day.
¡timber. Royal Johnson, 2 mi. E. of
German, was shown by Mrs. Nor- ist; and also playing the wedding I Mr. and Mrs. George Bainey were Cecil Bassett, Marcella Silber nagel, Gates in Linn Co. Tel. 742, Mill City.
* lifford Crook, Betty- Silbernagel,
week end Bend visitors.
Refreshments were marches.
Bobby Crook and Anita Limbeck. In
served by the hostess committe, Mrs.
The bride was charming in a gown
Melbourne Rambo, Mrs. Garrison, of heavy ivory slipper satin. Design day visiting his brothers Milo and | the first division Darlene Christen EXPERT HORSESHOEING — 18
Mrs. Harry Keiser and Mrs. Joe Joa ed wi h off-shoulder effect with ny Albert and his sister. Mis. George sen was first, Judy Podrabsky, sec- years’ experience. See me at Pete Pe
jOnd; Connie Kimsey and Susanne te: son’s place. —Texas Jim King. 9
quin, who were assisted by Mrs. Vel I lon yoke. The sleeve- were long, end Barney.
Schiewe, third; second division, Kath
ma Carey and Mrs. Theoriore Burton,] ing in a pint on the hand. The dress
The poppy poster contest sponsor ryn Johnston, Clarice Humphries and FOR SALE 4 lots, orchard, berries,
to moie than 50 members and guests - was a fitted bodice with a long
Samira Forrest, first, Cecil Bassett, walnuts, grapes, chicken house, 3-
train from the full skirt and tiny ed by the American Legion Auxili
Mrs. Rosa Roten and her daughter, buttons all down the back and wore ary has announced the winners. They second. Aladean McDonald, third;and b’room house, steel built-ins in kit
Mrs. Louisa Romev, have returned a double strand of pearls, gift from are: Eva Lou New, first in the first third ¡vision, Anita Limieck. f i r s t. chen, tile bath. See Red Thomas or
class; Bessie Crenshaw, best in the Bill Bilyeu, secon I, Marcella and Bet ph. 2042.
from San Bruno, Calif., where they the groom.
attend the memorial service for their
The bride carried a white Bible, second class; none were entered in
IX)TS OF LOTS for sale — New
Dr. Leon Barrick, Howard Leach of
son and brother, S-Sgt. Tiney Hugh tpped with a rose pink orchid and the third class.
under construction that qual
Th«, two winning posters have been Salem and Felix French of Stayton. ify for G1 loans. See Red Thomas
Roten, who was buried in the Gohlen streamers of white ribbon.
Gate Nation cemetery there.
Mrs. Arlene Case of Astoria, sis sent to national headquarters of the
The Women’s Society of Christian or ph. 2042. Mill City.
Visitors at the home of Mr. and ter of the groom, was matron of hon organization to be entered into high
Mr». J oP Joaquin, from Richmond, or, wearing pale yellow with bou er competition. All others were award Service in Mehama is holding a sil MUST SELL 27 ft. H. trailer. Per
ver tea at the clubhouse Friday after manent bed, daveno, bottle gas cook,
Calif., were her sister and family, quets of pastel flowers in the mater ed free show tickets.
noon, May 13, with Mill City and oil heat, lots of built-ins, dual axle
Mr. ami Mrs. Anthony Bidieo and ial, made in an off-shoul ler style,
Mrs. Filbert Biown who spent ten Lyons societies invited to attend.
and good tires. Elec, biakes,, 2 wheel
with fitted waist and full skirt.
The Mehama Women’s Club is dolly, all In good cond. for low price
Mrs. Joaquin is employed a«
Bridesmaids were Mrs. Lila Mae
sponsoring a picture show at the club
Mill City Bakery, starting there
Isom of Portland, wearing pale pink was released Tuesday and returned , house Friday evening. May 6. Ad of $1350. See at 1251 Arthur St.,
Eugene, or inq. - H. C. Edwards,
and Mrs. Eva Beck in (pale blue made
Mr. and Mrs. E. V. Collins of li identically in style to that of the for on infected kidney, is mucs bet , mission of 20 cents will be charged, Gates.
with proceed» going to the club build
tacada were Sunday visitors at the honor attendant. All carried colonial ter but still confined to bed.
Fryers, 45c lb. after
Luck numbers will be FOR SALE
Miss Lena Hawn aid Mr. and Mr-. ; ing fund.
home of hi» mother, Mrs. Lula Col bouquets of pink and white carna-
Will deliver alive if
lins, who has been ill at her home.
tins with ribbons of yellow, pink and Henry Wall, all of Dallas, were Sun
9:30 a.nt.. Pen
Mr. and Mr». Wilson Park, »reom- white, ami head bands of pink and
S. side of
panied by Mrs. Paul Davis, were Sa white carnations.
ited at the home of Mr. and Mrs. river, ph. 702.
lem visitors Saturday.
Flower girl was little Doris Ann
Mr. anr Mr». Albert Millsap spent Hutchinson, diessed in white as other spent the past month in Portland
. FOR SALE
Mother’s Day plants,
Sunday in Stayton at the horn«- of attendants and carrying a ba-ket of with Mr. Reynolds, was home for a I memberer! as Ella Lyons, a former .50 to $1.75; Tomato, .15 to .25 doz.;
their daughter, Mrs. Marion Klecker pink blossoms. Paul Ray Morris of few days. 1 am happy to report that resident.
cabbage, .10 and .20 doz. Humph
Mr. and Mrs. George Keeley of
reys’ Greenhouse. 1 mi. E. Lyons,
Cottage Grove, dressed in dark trou Mr. Reynolds can see after his oper
Portland were called to Lyons by the Ore.
Attending a family dinner at the sers ami white coat, was ring bearer. ation.
illness and unexpected death of her
home of Mr. and Mrs. William Pen
Norman Haines, brother of the
nick and Mis. N. R. Pennick, from groom, served as best man ami ush Monday caller at the George Barney j father, Roy Huber. Mrs. Huber re- FOR SALE -<’> rm. mod house, price
turned to Portland with her dauel
1411 Pine St., Silverton.
Vancouver, were Mr. and Mrs. Don ers were Robert Crass of Wheeler home.
Sixteen guests were entertained at
Thorp and son “Dicky Pennick" and and John Case of Astoria.
Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Colgan of Mill
For her «laughter's wedding Mrs. a stork shower by Mrs. Fred Martin,
in honor of Mrs. Vernon Hallfor«! ■
City. Guests through the week at the Shuey chose an a«iua blu«- dres
gifts. Twelve !
Pennick nome were Mr. and Mr-, El broidere«! with white beads, grey
mer Currie of Salem.
with pink flowers and grey access who culd not come sent gifts.
About 400 persons attended the
Mrs. W. Pennick ami Mrs. N. Pen ories. Her co sage was pink rosebuds
PTA one act play and minstrel
nick are now occupying their n e w ami white carnations.
LIEVE first wars
real estate office just completed in
The reception was held in the home
WERE ABOUT FOOD,
Mill City. Office hours will be from of the bride’» parents. The table was and from pies *41.75.
Frank Ray went to Bend Monday
10 a.m. to 4 p.m. each day.
beautiful, covered with a white hand
to consult a doctor. He oprted it was
The home of Mr. ami Mrs. Clar chrocheted lace cloth, w th t!
’i HUNTING GROUNDS
snowing on the pas
ence Rush was the svne of a gather tapers and bouquets of
ing in obaeivance of the 21st birth- whit«1 carnations on ea
in the evening.
day of Meir son, Lyle Rush, of Sa large bride's cake
lem. Mrs. Rush served dinner to Mi
Cutting the biid
and Mrs. Lyle Rush, Miss Wanda William Norris <
Vandermeer and Gerald Garr - >n.
Mrs. Harold K.
M . and Mrs. Elmer Stewart. Mis I land cut the groo
Clarence Ru«h ami Mr and Mrs. Nor was Mrs. Curtis C
man Garrison attended the wedding
of Mr». Garrison’s niece. Miss Joy
Passing the guest
Zeller, of Scio, and Richard Robin Ina Pearl Allen of j
son ofjeflcison, Sunday in Albany.
Taking care of the
Mr». Burrel Cole was hostei
Mary Ann Johnson a
IN I3*CENTURY ENGLAND,
luncheon at her home last wee
Assisting with th<
Mrs. George Child,Mr». Henry
A BEER INSPECTOR.
cleston. Mis. Hollis Tumiilge.
BREWERS OF POOR
Chris Knutson, Mi». Glen Hennes
red and w hi
\ BEER WERE FASTENED
of Gates, and Mrs Henry N’el<o
topcoat, to M
) TO A DUCKING STOOL
- and dunked !
Anting those sttnding the K
hobby »how in Salem Sundi
'•y. ami Mrs. Burre! Cole.
Mis. Hollis Tumidge and
Carolyn ami Miss El« ■nora
'N H/S WILD YOUT+I'JULIUS
of Mill City.
CAESAR SPENT, IN ONE II
Mr. ami Mrs. Ben
YEAR, 924,000,000 ON
made a trip to Salem
BANQUETS FOR FRIENDS. 1
Edmund Davis was
HIS FA VCR ITE HORSE
FED FROVA A GOLDEN
week end from OSC.
Bill Oiliver was home over the
end from CISC.
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