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About The Mill City enterprise. (Mill City, Or.) 1949-1998 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 22, 1949)
MILL CITY ENTERPRISE, SEPTEMBER 22. 1919
Bi EVA BRESSLER
Friends and neighbors gathered at
the home of Mr. and Mrs. Glen Jul
ian and surprised .Mrs. Julian an her
was spent playing games, and re-
frshments were served to Mr. and
Mrs. Ralph Downer and daughters,
Mr. and Mrs. Haley Scott and fam
ily, Mr. ami Mrs. John Worden and
Marjorie, Mr. and Mrs. George Ny-
degger and Lany, Mr. and Mrs. Ot
to Weidman and family, Mr. and Mrs
Charles Power. Mr. and Mrs. Hugh
Johnston, Kathryn and Denny, Mr.
and Mrs. Ray Mohler, Shirley and
Jerry, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Julian,
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Bevier, and Mr.
and Mrs. Glen Julian and Thumper.
The Youth Fellowship group of the
Lyons Methodist Church is being re
organized, with the Rev. Jewell ad
visor. Officers will be elected later,
with the following nominated: Joyce
Hargreaves, president, Cheta Lande,
secretary-treasurer, Ruby Naue, and
’41 Chevrolet Sedan $495
’33 Plymouth Sedan 75
’36 Willys Sedan
1938 Hudson T’r’pl’ne 75
’37 ( hev. Sedan
’39 Buick Sedan
’41 Stude Com. Sdn. 695
’36 Olds Sedan
ELSNER MOTOR CO.
352 No. High, Salem
Shirley Johnston, recreation commit to replace Mildred Carr who is un
able to attend due to illness. Plans
were made for a supper for the Boy
Mr. and Mrs. Eail Allen spent Scouts and their parents, the date to
Sunday fishing on the Metolius Riv- be set later. This is to be an out
standing affair as the Rebekahs spon
pr in eastern Oregon.
Friends here learned of the marri sor the Scouts. It also was decided
age of Jess Wagner Jr., former bus to meet at the hall Wednesday for
inessman of Lyons, now living in the purpose of canning fruit and ve
Portland, to Miss Nancy Jean Rich getables and fruit for the old peoples
ards, also of Portland. The wedding home. At the close of the evening
was performed in the First Christain dainty refreshments were served by
the committee, Helen Andersen, Ma
Church there Saturday evening.
Joyce Hargreaves, Shirley John bel Bass and Effie Heineck.
ston, Donna Peabody, Cheta Lande
Plans are being made and a pro
and Carroll Johnston attended the W.
Sale subdistrict meeting Sunday af gram arranged for Rally Day and
promotion Sunday which will be held
Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Johnston, Kath in Lyons Methodist Church Sunday,
ryn and Denny and Mrs. Floyd Bas Sept. 25. The program will be held
sett and Cecil spent Sunday at the at the Sunday school hour. Everyone
is invited to attend and a large
Misses Mary and Theresa Pietrok crowd is hoped for.
of Salem spent Monday evening at
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the home of their parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Philip Pietrok, where a dinner
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was served honoring Miss Mary on
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Ayers of Hepp
ner and Mrs. Burl Coxen of The
Dalles were overnight guests last
week at the home of Mr. and Mis.
Top Quality Work
Art Ayers. Frank Ayers is a brother
At Regular Prices
and Mrs. Coxen a sister of Art Ayers.
Mr. and Mrs. Jim Lande attended
Shoes a Specialty
the wedding of Jess Wasser Jr., and
Saddle, Harness Repair
Miss Nancy Jean Richards in Port
24 hour service or while you
land Saturday evening. They were
evening dinner guests of Mr. and
Mrs. R. C. Fullerton.
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Downer are the
parents of a baby born at the Salem
Memorial Hospital Friday, Sept. 16.
Mis. Daisy Johnston visited Mon
day afternoon at the home of her
sister, Mrs. Bertha Woodworth in Sa
Mr. and Mis. Arthur Olmstead and
sons Donald and Waite spent most of
the week vacationing along the coast
OF GOOD HEALTH
We specialize in the treatment
Floyd Johnson who has been dis
of rectal disorders.
charged from Veterans Hospital i n
Portland is now home with his fam
No Loss of Time
Mis. Willard Hartnee spent the last
Dr. R. Reynolds Clinic
week in Seattle visiting at the home
of their son.
1144 Center St.
Mr. an<l Mrs. Pat Lyons are at the
home of their daughter and son-in-
law, Mr. and Mis. Keith Taylor, neat
Waldport. The Taylors are the pa-
ents of a baby daughter born recent
ly at Salem Memorial Hospital.
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Olmstead and
sons Donal I and Walter were Sun-
I day dinner guests at the home of his
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Olm
stead of Mill City. The occasion hon
ored Mrs. Walter Oln stead and Mrs.
Ed Olmstead on their birth lays.
Having sold our business we wish to thank
each and every one of our customers and
announce the new operators
LYONS GARAGE & MILL SUPPLY
Alex and Arlene Muzechenko
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and threader. Give us measurements for
your plumbing work and we’ll deliver to
you pipe that’s ready for installation at a
small extra cost.
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You don't have to spend hours, any more,
stirring up paint. We’re just installing an
automatic paint mixer that shakes up the
solids and liquids right in the can. It’ll
save you time and money, but ther’s no
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Faith Rebekah Ledge held its re-
gulai meeting at The hall with a
large attendance and the following
officers in the chairs: Frances Mc
Carley, noble grand, Blanche Wag
ner, vice grand, Gai nett Bassett, sec
retary, and Celene Taylor, treasurer.
Beulah Lewis was installed as warden
Two New Services
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