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About The North Santiam's Mill City enterprise. (Mill City, Or.) 194?-1949 | View Entire Issue (May 12, 1949)
MILL CITY ENTERPRISE,
MAL 12. 1M9
Portland and Hillsboro.
took pait in the musical recital held
meeting at th« hall Friday evening an interesting talk of her experiences
Mrs. Lynn Lambert is convalescing in Stayton Sunday afternoon.
The regular business meeting s was- i j Mrs. Ida Barkley of California is I --------- —
vigtng at the home of her brother. »»
h^e following a major oper-
held. It was voted and put on record
Br EVA BRESSLER
the organization’s opposition to day ' Albert Julian, and her mother, Mrs. ation ^Salem Memona! HospttaL
Miss Beulah Lewis who has been
light saving time. Giles Wagner was Catherine Julian, who has been quite
Ernest W. Peterson of Portland elected gatekeeper to replace Glen
employed at the Lyons Food Market
will be the guest speaker at Lyons Rogers. June Hampton at Pomona ill.The 4-H Clubs will hold Achieve for the past four yeais will spend
Methodist Community Church Sun was elected to replace Leia May ment day at the Santiam Valley the summer at the home of her par
A friendly place to meet
day, May 15, at 11 a.m. Following White. At the lecturer’s hour Meha Grange hall Wednesday Evening. An ents, Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Lewis. Mrs.
the services there will be a pot luck ma Camp Fire Girls sang, presented exhibition of their work will he dis Lewis has been quite ill.
dinner and discussion of church pro dances, drills and a skit. At the cloje played, prior to taking it to the
Walter Olmstead received a bad
blems. All members of the church I refreshments were served. At t he
on his forehead when he fell on
and friends of the community are next meeting a strawberry social will
Mr. and Mrs. Loren Chamberlain
cordially invited. Mr. Peterson is well be given.
Pupils of Mrs. Wiltsey of Salem
visited relatives in Halsey and also
known for his straight-forward mes
attended the May Day exercises held
sages and you will be assured of a
Mrs. Lauience Walworth with Car at the high school there.
worthwhile worship service.
Huffman, Cecil Bassett, Shirley John moved to the house recently finished
Santiam Valley Grange held its ston and Betty Bentley, attended the by Mike Schwindt. Mr. and Mrs. Sid
24 hour« a dav
M A C’S
Methodist young peoples’ retreat at Thomson moved to the house vacat
Silver Creek Falls Friday night and ed by the Smiths.
next to Salem Parking
14S s. ci
COMMERCIAL, ■<, INDUSTRIAL AND DOME TIC
Diana Schwindt, daughter of Mr.
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Ring with and Mrs. Mike Schwindt, had several
their daughter and son--in-law, Mr. stitches taken in her arm which was
and Mrs. Ralph Trask of Albany, badly cut when she fell and ran it
were Sunday guests at the home of through a window.
Mr. and Mrs. Dean Trask in Portland
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Heineck spent
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Thayer of Al the week end visiting relatives in
bany visited friends in Lyons Sunday,
They were accompanied by Charley
Croisant, a former resident of Mc
Mrs. Orville Downing and Mrs.
Floyd Bassett were among the mo
thers attending the Mothers weekend
on the campus of Oregon State Col
lege in Corvallis.
Mrs. Loren Chamberlain with her
'laughter, Mrs. William Talbott of
Grand Ronde, went to Centralia,
PRICES IN THE
Wash., to her son Charles Wright to
spend the week end.
Mr. and Mrs. John McClurg went
NEW & USED
to Baker Saturday to attend the
wedding Sunday of Jimmie McClurg.
They returned Monday. They were
accompanied to Pendleton by Mrs.
Alex Bixleker who visited her
in-law and daughter, Mr. and
1605 N. Summer
At the regular metting of
Kings - Teens at the George Clipfell
hon.e Thursday evening, Miss Paul-
one Foss, missionary from Africa,
was guest of the evening and gave
Mrs. Lula Collins accompanied her
daughter and son-in-law, Mr. and
Mrs. Edmund Klecker.
A Friendly Place
To While Away
Your Idle hours
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