The Mill City enterprise. (Mill City, Or.) 1949-1998, February 23, 1950, Page 8, Image 8

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    LYONS
By EVA BRESSLER
The executive board of the Mari-
Linn PT A held its meeting at the
Kome of Mr. and Mrs. Burl Smith
Friday evening Feb. 1. Many plans
were discussed for the coming meet­
ing. For the next one scheduled for
THE COMMERCIAL BOOK STORE
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141 N. Commercial St.
Phone 3-4534
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Furniture and Bookkeeping Supplies
Albany Laundry
Phone 50
BETTER SHIRTS
4 Different Kinds of Service
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1— DELUXE FINISH.
2— A4 FINISH:
10 lbs. $1.25.
Each additional pound 15c per pound.
Men’s shirts 15c each.
Hanks lc each extra in this
service.
8—FLUFF-DRY:
10 lbs. 99c. Each additional pound 9c per pound.
4—LINEN SUPPLY:
Doctors, Dentists, Barber, Beauty Shops, Restaurants,
Grocery and Garage Shop Towels.
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High School Notes
ATLAS TIRES
DRY CLEANERS
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Maternal grandparents are Mr. and Kogers Seeks Re-election
Februar)- 23 1960
to 8—THE MILL CITY ENTERPRISE
Mrs. Orville Downing and paternal
grandparents are Mr and Mrs John County Commission
Mill City Shulllboard
McClurg of Lyons. Also it is the
Marion County Commissioner in-
The Mill Ctiy Tavern shuffleboard
first great grandchild of Mr. and cumbent, Ed Rogers,
announced his
team met the Davies Tavern team
Mr. Bayless, high school principal,
Mrs. Joseph Altgilbers of Portland intentions this week
to file for re­
and Mr. and Mrs. Julius Tietze of election to the office
from Stayton here Sunday and won announced today that the high school
under the Re­
Mehama. The baby is the third great
by a 48 point margin.
When the commencement program will be held
publican ticket. The primary polls
grandson of Mr William Downing
Mill City Tavern players met Detroit on Tuesday evening, May 25th with
at the Detroit Tavern they defeated the baccalaureate service to be held
of Merrill.
| The Lyons Extension unit held
the Detroiters with only a Spoint on the preceding Sunday, May 21st.
margin,
an all day meeting at the Rebekah
Byron and Tally Davis Mr. Bayless pointed out, however,
made high scores.
hall Friday, February 17, with a
that other school classes will not
pot-luck lunch at the noon hour.
The Mill City boys will go to Stay­ terminate until May 31st.
The project leaders were Helen Sal
The “Cyclops of Palomai” featur­
ton Sunday to meet Davies Tavern
chenberger and Betty Johnston, who
and on Tuesday Detroit will come ing Robert T. Edgar will speak and
demonstrated materials.
give non-technical demonstrations on
to Mill City for a game.
Billy Ayers is confined to his home
the great telescope now located at
I with a case of mumps. Billy is a
The good driver always maintains Mt. Palomar in California in an as­
his car in such mechanical shape sembly program at the high school
! student at Stayton high school. So
far this la the first case of mumps
that it responds easily and quickly, auditorium Friday, February 24th,
thus assuring control.
I in town.
at 1:45 p. m.
Mr. and Mrs. Sis Thoreson spent
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Mt. Jefferson Lumber Co. mill.
Mrs Walter Hilton and little son
Tommy spent last week in Portland
with Mr. Hilton. Tommy underwent
a tonsilectomy while there. Mr. Hil­
ton brought them home Tuesday will be opened on May 19th
morning and will spend Tuesday and
Mr. Rogers who has lived in the
A Written Warranty with each tire—38,000 dealers
Willamette valley for over 40 years
Wednesday with his family here.
to serve YOU— a warranty against defects for the
Mrs. Sam Bridges was hostess for is at presene a berry farmer in the
the afternoon card club. Several ta­ Salem area.
His political back­
life of the tire.
bles of 500 were In play following a ground has included a number of
one-thirty despert luncheon.
High years as a republican committeeman
FIRST GRADE MATERIAL — FIRST GRADE WORKMANSHIP
scores were held by Thelma Nydeg- and ten years with the county high- j
ger, Garnett Bassett and Alice Hu­ way department.
— INSURED MILEAGE.
ber, low score went to Frances Mul­
Mr. Rogers has completed his first
lins. Present for the party were term as county commissioner.
Mesdames Vern Nydegger, Floyd
Bassett, Walter Bevier, George Huff­ Alex Bodeker attended an officers
man, Herman Free, Percy Hiatt, Pat meeting of the Womens’ Society of
Lyons, Merrill Brassfield, Eerl Allen, Christian Service and tea held at
Albert Bass, Oscar N a u e, Donald the First Methodist church in jkilem
Naue, Earl Helemn, Kenneth Hel. Thursday.
emn, Francis Mullins, and Mrs.
Frank Hoffman of Evanston, Wyo-
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ming, who was a guest of the after­
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noon.
Cheta Lande, assisted by her
mother, entertained with a luncheon
held at the Lande home for the Sth
grade girls and their teacher Mrs.
Leora Stevens. Classmates present
were Donna Peabody, Lavera Wil­
son, Betty Nydegger,
Nova Ann
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Gerath. Jean Pietroke, Jean Walker,
March 10 with Mis. Virginia Folk,
er, Linn County Red Cross chairman,
' will be the guest speaker and will
show pictures on blood plasma.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Carleton are
are announcing the arrival of their
first child, a boy, bom Feb. 14 at
the Salem Memorial Hospital.
The
baby weighed 7 pounds, 10 ounces,
and has been named Larry Robert,
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DUE TO HIGHWAY CONDITIONS AT Till. PRESENT
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TIME NUMEROUS CAR OWNERS ARE DRIVING THEIR
« I burg visited relatives in Lyons Fri-
AUTOMOBH. es UNAWARE THAT THEY HIT A SMALL
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< HUCK HOLE WHICH SEEMED TRIVIAL AT THE TIME.
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BUT STILL HARD ENOUGH TO KNOCK THEIR FRONT
Mrs. Hiatt spent the day with rela-
END OUT OF ALIGNMENT.
WE CAN SAVE YOU
MONEY IF WE CAN CATCH YOUR CAR BEFORE THE
« tives in Stayton.
TIRES ARE WORN.
Sunday dinner guests at the home
MAKE SURE YOUR CAR IS SAFE TO DRIVE. Tin-;
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¡of Mr. and Mrs Willard Hartnell
NEXT TIME YOU \RE IN SALEM DRIVE IN AMI TAKE
were Mr and Mrs Charles McCor­
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mick of Portland
Mrs. Clyde Lewis, Beulah and Ken­
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neth spent Sunday in Portland. They
¡Were met by Miss Lucille Lewis of
SALEM, OREGON
I Philomath who went with them
510 Nu. Commercial Street
Phone 3-3175
Lucille and Kenneth returned Suiv
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Mrs. Laurence Walworth and Mrs
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Trained Expert check your
Front End for tire wear,
steering gear, and all front
end parts
Stavton Hardware
and Furniture
Stayton, Oregon
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Where Friends Meet
On Highway 222, Linn County Side
MILL CITY
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The Douglas McKay Chevrolet Co.
We Make Our Own
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