The Mill City enterprise. (Mill City, Or.) 1949-1998, May 17, 1951, Page 5, Image 5

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    5—THE MILL CITY ENTERPRISE
May 17. 1951
FEMME PAGE
Mrs. Phillips Chosen
Mari-Linn PTA Head
Jim O’Leary, Davis Airport man­
ager, and Byron Davis, proprietor
flew to Hillsboro on business Wednes­
Installation of officers for Acacia day.
Assembly, Order of Rainbow for
Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Anglesey, Eve­
Girls, was held in the Masonic hall lyn and Cynthia, were guests of Mrs.
at Stayton, \\ ednesday evening. May Emma Teter Friday evening. Cecil
16. Leia Kelly of Mill City was in­ I Anglesey is a nephew of Mrs. Teter,
stalled as worthy advisor.
i The Cecil Angeleys also visited Mr.
The installing officers officiating and Mrs. Orvil Bogt and their new
were installing officer, Karleen Dra­ baby in Albany.
The Santiam Riders this Sunday
ger of Turner; marshall. Patricia
Miller of Scio; chaplain, Shirley will ride from Fox Valley on the CCC
Heunies of Turner; musician. Ardith road to Camp 26. Those having their
Jones of Mill City; and recorder, Do- own riding horses are welcome, club
officials state.
rene Borst of Jefferson.
Mrs. Nel Stahlman went to Salem
Additional girls from Mill City in­
stalled in offices were: Donna Cooke, Memorial hospital today for surgeiy.1
charity; Dorothy Downer, immortality
Mr. and Mrs. John Muir, Terry and
(color station); Pat Davidson and Shereen, visited Mr. and Mrs. L. M. I
\ era Loucks, drill leader and assist­ Iverson in Salem Mothers’ Day.
ant; Betsy Kriever, musician; and
Mill City Garden club members
Pat Cree, who was elected treasurer signing up for the Scio convention
for the year.
Saturday, May 19, are Mrs. James
As I.ela Kelly stood before the altar Swan, Mrs. Fred Grimes, Mrs. A. M
for her obligation, a vocal solo, “I Robison, Mrs. James Rose. Mrs.
Love Life”, was sung by Mrs. Donald Ernest Podrabsky, Mrs. Joe Fend,
Sheythe of Mill City. accompanied by Mrs. \\ W. Heller, Mrs. Bert Morris, ■
Ardith Jones. The crowning ceremony Mrs. Ed Cooke, Mrs. Charles Dolezal,
was performed by the Santiam chap­ Mrs. C. M. Cline and Mrs. H. D
ter of DeMolay- boys who presented Pound.
Jerry Swan, now on a 14-day leave,
Leia with a lovely colonial nose-gay
and a large bouquet of white snap­ will be returned to his San Diego,
dragons. She responded by pinning Calif., base by Mr. and Mrs. Ronald
Swan and Mr. John Swan. Later they
a bouttonier on each of the boys.
The »new worthy advisor gave a will vacation in Mexico.
Merle Stewart of a Y'akima base >‘
brief talk, explaining that her theme
and
Jerry Stewart of Ft. Lewis were
for the term would be "Harmony",
which was carried out in decorations. home for Mothers' Day visit with
Introduction of her family followed, Mrs. George Stewart.
The Three Links club meets at Ida
including Mr. and Mrs. Charles Kelly
and Johnny, and her grandparents, Fleetwood’s June 12.
The Christian church Woman’s
Mr. and Mrs. D. B. Hill and Mrs. W.
u
J. Robinson, who made corsages for council meets Wednesday, May 23,
in the home of Mrs. C. A. Bruder.
all the officers.
The meeting begins at 2 p.m. Mrs.
Each installing officer was pre­ Joe Vaughn, president, will preside.
sented with a small gift by the new­
worthy advisor, as was the mother
advisor, Mrs. Wm. B. Shuey of Mill
City, who, in turn, had gifts for both
the incoming and out-going advisors.
Karleen also received her white Bible
from the assembly, as is the custom, i
Under “Good of the Order", Ardith
Jones, who was recently appointed
grand musician of the grand assembly
of Oregon, was introduced.
Mr.
Kelly also presented his daughter with i
a beautiful maple gavel which he had
made.
An impressive degree was presented
by the Mill City Rainbow Girls. A
huge bouquet of yellow rose-buds was
presented to Leia by Donna Cooke,
who tied it with ribbon in the seven
rainbow colors. A trio from Marilyn
chapter of Eastern Star sang a num­
ber. This was followed by presenta­
tion of a gift by Lois Scott, worthy
matron.
Geo. Huffman of Lyons
presented a gift from Mill City Lodge
No. 180, A. F. & A. M. Many other
lovely gifts were received from friends
and relatives.
Refreshments were served at a
beautifully - appointed table in the
dining-room following the ceremonies,
which were open to the public. In
charge of serving was Wana Miller
and a group of girls from Scio. Lucille
Cox of Stayton was responsible for
the table decoration, and Mrs. Sam
Drager of Turner was in charge of
the coffee. Mrs. I). B. Hill presided
at the punch-bowl and Mrs. W. J.
Robinson at the coffee-urn.
For her installation, Leia Kelly
wore a ballerina-length formal with
yellow nylon net skirt over green net,
the bodice being of green lace over
yellow nylon, with a stole of the net
fastened at the waist with a small
yellow orchid.
Gold slipper's and
chain necklace completed the ensem- I
ble. Joy Headsick of Stayton, master
councilor of the DeMolay, escorted
her to the refreshment table.
Lyons—The last meeting of the
Mari-Linn P.T.A. was held in the
Mari-Linn school Tuesday evening,
During the meeting there was an
election and installation of officers,
Elected were president, Mrs. Keith
Phillips; vice president, Mrs. Hershel
Culwell; secretary, Mrs. George Huff-
A pink and blue shower comliment-
Lyons — One hundred twenty-five man; »nd treasurer, Mr. Ivan Smith.
ing Mrs. Ted Stiff was held at the mothers and daughters attended the The officers were installed by Mrs.
home of Mrs. Joe Joaquin, Tuesday annual mother and daughter banquet Robert Fether>ton out-going presi­
evening. Mrs. Gwen Schaer and Mrs. 1 sponsored by* the Womens Society of, dent.
It was decided that the P.T.A.
Clarence Ball were the assisting Christian Service at the Rebekah hall
become a P.T.C. organization. Plans
hostesses.
Thursday evening.
were discussed for the last-day-of-
Mrs. Elmer Stewart and Mrs. Albert
Mrs. Y'oung, bible worker from the j
school picnic at the new school Sun­
Millsap were awarded prizes won in state penitentiary, was the guest
day. May 20. Mrs. William Prichard
the playing of games. The opening speaker. Miss Vivian Boyce and Miss I
was appointed general chairman.
of the gifts by the honored guest, Mrs. Deanne Thompson gave a vocal duet. I
For entertainment Mrs. Elmer Etzel
Stiff, was watched with interest by | Cecil Bassett and Katheryn Johnston
presented her piano class in a short
those present.
furnished accordian music. Mrs. Car­ recital. Those taking part in the
Refreshments were served by the roll Starr sang a vocal solo.
recital were Ann and Leona Fethers-
Mrs. Wilson Stevens gave the ad­ ton, Jean Prideaux. Helen and Jean
hostesses to Mrs. Stiff, Mrs. Clarence
Johnson, Mrs. Laura Joaquin, Mrs. dress of welcome to the daughters. Pietrok, Mrs. Etzel also played sev-
Velma Carey, Mrs. Edward Chance. Mrs. Summers then spoke.
eral numbers.
Gifts were presented to Grandma
Mrs. W. R. Hutcheson, Mrs. Norman
Garrison, Mrs. Harry Keiser, Mrs. Julian, the oldest mother present;;
Floyd Völkel, Mrs. Robert Levon, Mrs. Mrs. Earl Thayer for having the
Albert Millsap, Mrs. Elmer Stewart, 1 youngest child present; Mrs. Ray
Nye for having the most grand- Cl«,* Cnilfc Proc!4aMl
and Mrs. Gerald Heath.
TvUT5 ■ IcSIUvnT
Sending gifts were Mrs. Ernest children. Grandma Julian also re-
Wriglesworth, Mrs. Rosa Roten, Mrs. ceived the gift for having the most
Idanha—The official election of the
Mary Champ, Mrs. Glen Henness, Mrs. grand-daughters.
American Legion Auxiliary officers
Cecil Haun, Mrs. A. T. Earnhardt,
was held at the home of Mrs. Brax-
Mrs. Harold Wilson and Mrs. I.etha
Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Swan and Mr. ton Fouts, May 8. Installation date
Bently.
and Mrs. A. H. Snieek of Portland will be announced later. Mrs. Wal-
spent the weekend at the home of ker, district president will perform
It’s Your Newspaper—Subscribe Now Mr. and Mrs. John Swan.
the rites.
Elected were Esther Fouts, presi­
dent; Frieda Hiebert, vice president;
Gertrude Alvin, second vice president;
Opal Leming, secretary; Floy Storey,
treasurer; Marie Rone, chaplain;
Bernadene Stool, sergeant-at-arms;
and Alma Lady, historian.
Mary Gordon will be sent to Girls
State by the Auxiliary, June 18 to 24.
Pink and Blue Fete
Honors Mrs. Stiff
Mother-Daughter
Diners Hear Young
Detroit Legion Ladies
Lyons Garden Club Plans
June 15 Flower Display
ATTENTION!
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OF THE
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MILL CITY—
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FRANCIS LULAY
AL BOCHSLER
The Lyons garden club held their
i meeting at the community club house
Wednesday afternoon. Ethel Huff-
I man and Doris Roy were the hostesses,
i The main business and discussion
was the spring flower show June 15.
Laura Neal general chairman estab­
lished and appointed the following
committees and chairmen: schedule,
Bea Hiatt; staging, Mabel Downing;
transportation, Garnett Bassett; en­
try, Nina O’Neil; publicity, Eva
Bressler; junior exhibits, Gertrude
Jungwirth; lunch, Cora Jenner; clean­
up, Laura Neal.
Entertainment was in charge of
Glayds Kuiken. Mrs. Kuiken intro­
duced Illeen Long and Elizabeth
Westenhouse of Scio. They gave an
interesting demonstration on the
making of feather corsages.
T
Mrs. Bridges Entertains
Altar Society Ladies
Lyons- Mrs. Sam Bridges was host­
ess for the meeting of the Altar
Society in her home Thursday evening.
Mrs. Paul Gearth was assistant host­
ess.
Plans were made for the bingo
party in the Rebekah hall Sunday
evening May 20. Plans were made
and transportation discussed for the
two-weeks’ summer school beginning
May 28 in the Lord’s church in Jordan.
At the close of the meeting, re­
freshments were served to Mesdames
Phillip Pietrok, Jim Phelps, Mike
Schwindt, Ben Voltin, Bob Free,
Clarence Jungwirth. Herman Free,
John Jungwirth, Mrs. Lichlightner
and Father Scheider.
Telegraphic news was a regular
part of city news service by 1860.
Rainbow Order MILL CITY
Vests Leia Kelly
of Neighborliness with each
purchase of our wares which
already equal those sold
SUNDAY and MONDAY
RON ti ll RE Ui VN and
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We Personally Recommend It!
TUESDAY and WEDNESDAY
RANDOLPH SCOTT and
PAT O’BRIEN
in
Bombardier
News: “MacArthur in East"
Till RSDAY and SATI RDAY
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KID'S MATINEE—2 p.m. Sat.
Roy Rogers and ’Beaver Valley’
3 Cartoons and Serial
Doors open at 7:20 P.M.
Complete show can be seen any
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IMMEDIATE DELIVERY
CARD OF THANKS
I wish to express sincere gratitude
to the sponsors, parents and friends
who co-operated so splendidly to make
the kindergarten a success this year.
AGNESS A. ALLEN
Hi, Neighbor!
Be hope there's added a hit
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Phone 2871
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