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About The Mill City enterprise. (Mill City, Or.) 1949-1998 | View Entire Issue (June 21, 1951)
June 21. 1951
4—THE MILL CITY ENTERPRISE
By EVA BRESSLER
Mrs. Donald Huber, Dennis, Donna
Lu and infant son returned home
Sunday after spending a week at the
home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Eldon Mulkey in Silverton.
Spending Tuesday at the home of
Mrs. Anna Johnson in Rickreall were
Mrs. Willard Hartnell, Mrs. Albert
Julian and Mrs. Ixiren Chamberlain.
Sunday guests at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. Paul Pennington were Mr.
and Mrs. Sid (iruggett of Newport.
Mr. and Mrs. Bob Carleton and son,
Larry, and Miss Marlene Downing
of Southerlin spent the weekend at
Sunday dinner guests in Salem was
Mr. and Mrs. Alex Bodeker at the
Ralph & Esther’s
Open Daily 5:30 a.m. Io 11 p.m.
Sundays 3 p.m. to 9 p.m.
NEXT TO MILL CITY TAVERN
home of their daughter and family,
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Hafpton. Addi
tional guests were their other daugh
ter, Mr. and Mrs. Norman Johnson
and son, Chris.
Relatives received word of the
birth of a son to Mr. and Mrs. Wil
lard Berry of Venetta. His grand-
I father is Marvin Berry and great-
grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. George
I Berry of Lyons.
Mrs. Herman Free was called to
Rochester, Minnesota, by the serious
illness of her mother. She will also
visit other relatives while there.
Mrs. J. H. Johnston and grand
daughter, Kathyrn Johnston, spent
the weekend at Myrtle Creek. While
' there they attended the wedding of
Miss Betty Louise Humphreys and
Mr. Gordon Clyde Scarbrough in the
Christian church in Myrtle Creek
June 15. Miss Humphreys is the
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Claire
Humphreys, former residents of this
vicinity, and is a granddaughter of
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Johnston.
Mr. and Mrs. Bill Talbott of Grand
Ronde were weekend visitors at the
home Mr. and Mrs. Loren Chamber-
Mr. and Mrs. O. L. Toland spent
the weekend at the home of their
daughter and family, Mr. and Mrs.
Robert Fetherston at Prineville.
Mrs. Alice Huber returned home
the first of the week from Portland,
I after visiting relatives there. She
For Guaranteed Cleaning
Closes at 6 P.M.
WE ARE PLEASED
TO SERVE YOU!
We hope you are pleased
with our service.
Mom's and Pop's
Ilopalong Cassidy is now a part-time Oregonian. Oregon's 30,000 alert Green Guards welcomed Hoppy into
their youthful auxiliary of Keep Oregon Green at Portland at start of Rose Festival Parade.
elaborate scroll naming him to honorary membership in the Green Guards in recognition of his work in forest
fire prevention nationally. Making presentation is Robert Hicks, Boy Scout troop 52. Assisting in the act are
Herman Leitz and Barry Poturn, holding poster. All are Portland Boy Scouts and Green Guards. Hopalong
was grand marshall of the Rose Festival Parade.
was a guest at the home of her
daughter, Mr. and Mrs. George Kee
ley, also her sister and husband, Mr.
and Mrs. Vine Matheny.
Ralph Trask and daughter, Shar-
ron Trask, visited Sunday at the
home of Mrs. Inez Ring.
Jackie and Maryin Spa of Seaview,
Washington, are visiting in Lyons.
They are guests at the home of Mr.
and Mr». Bill Kimery. The Spa's
moved from Lyons six years ago.
We are Proud
Tuesday evening the Ike Myers
attended a dinner given in their
honor at the home of Miss Eva Halsey
in Gresham. Guests included Mr.
and Mrs. J. Ross Brown, Mr. and
Mrs. John Budnick, Miss Esther Bar
tholomew, Mr. and Mrs. Myers and
Miss Eva Halsey. Thursday they
were luncheon guests at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. Emanuel Miller and
| Thursday evening attended a family
dinner at the home of Mrs. Myer’s
brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and
Mrs. Frank Metzger.
Recent callers at the Steve Dark
As usual Mill City school district
129-J held its annual election regard home included Mr. and Mrs. Norman
ing the budget and school director Garrison and children of Lyons, Mr.
this month, Monday evening, June 18. and Mrs. Melvin Olds anil children
A hand show vote was taken on the of Stayton and Hank Simms and
budget. Russell Kelly was elected brother of Salem. Mr. Simms and
as the new school director. Kelly re Mr. Dark formerly worked together
places Donald Sheythe, who was in the State Highway shops in
chairman of the school board this Salem.
Saturday through Monday visitors
Mrs. Bruce Thomas after a day's at the Carl Longnecker home w;ere
strawberry picking, was returning to Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Bain and son,
Mill City via the Fern Ridge road Jack, Fort Townsend, Washington.
near Mehama, when the car she was The Bains and Longneckers spent
driving plowed into loose gravel, . the day Monday in Salem.
got out of control, rolled over and
came to rest on its front. Nearly
all the occupants of the car were in
jured in some way, but none critical
Dramatic, ready-to-use deep
VOI R LOCAL CHEVROLET DEALER
ly. The car has been written off as
A DAUGHTER—To Mr. and Mrs.
in the famous Wonder
nearly a total wreck.
Lester La Mungan, Lyons, June 21,
Paint, with synthetic rubber
Ralph & Esther's Cafe, Mill City at Salem General hospital.
Tavern, and Mill City Drug Store
A SON—To Mr. and Mrs. Oliver
fronts received a bright new coat of Muise, Lyons, June 20, at Salem
• No messy intermixing.
paint this week. The Dawes build Memorial hospital.
ing thereby takes on a much neater
• Dry in 20 minutes,
• No laps, no brushmarks.
They stayed at the
Jim O’Leary winged his way aloft with friends.
• Washable again and agalnl
with Mrs. Don Morris on the first home of Mrs. Jessie Veness.
"Buzz” Fleetwood in his spare
airplane ride of her life this week.
Did the same thing with Donnie time is mowing the Davis Airport
landing strip and surrounding area
Mrs. Veronica Kemper of St. Paul in preparation for the big Annual
arrived today for a visit with Mrs. Aviation Day.
Veterans are eligible for apprentice
The Woman's Council of the Chris
tian church will meet Wednesday, training programs, says the U. S.
Bureau of Apprenticeship.
X‘x a a a a a a a a a a x a a a a a a a a a a.a a a
June 27, at the church parsonage.
H. D. Pound and Larry Dougal
Lyons were among the janitors who
attended a three-day school in Eugene
last week. Mr. and Mrs. H. I). Pound,
Jr. accompanied Mr. Pound home and I
spent Father’s day here.
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Duncan of Sa
lem were visitors at the Ford Wilson
home Sunday evening
Mrs. Edith Mason left Sunday by
bus for Boulder. Colorado, for a visit
in the home of her daughter, Mrs.
While in Boulder,
Mrs. Mason will attend summer school
at the college there.
MAKE YOUR HOUSE A HOME OF
There will be a social gathering for '
all Santiam Memorial hospital cam
DISTINCTION BY ADDING THAT
paign workers, wives and families to
PERSONAL TOUC H
night in the Mill City fire hall. A
pot-luck dinner is scheduled at 6:30
“Red" Thomas has been giving his
doctor a bad time lately. "Red" got
some ribs broken, but in spite of be
ing taped “fit to kill” he climbed
the athletic field light poles and
LIGHTING IS LASTING BEAUTY
bored holes for the cross arms which
will hold the light fixtures.
Thomas hasn't even quit work, at
least he hadn't today yet! A little
birdie tells us he may though soon!
Joe \aughan recently got into a
hassle with a chain saw and came out
second best. Joe received a badly
j chewed leg for hts efforts in the
woods felling timber near Cascadia
I He was immediately taken to the
I hospital in Sweet Home, but Wednes-
; day Joe was seen about town on a
I crutch. Those who lugged Joe out
I of the woods unanimously agree that
I it is better that he carries his own
weight -they don't like to carry him’
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Mrs. Robert \ eness and children
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I ing the Rose Festival and visiting
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rials. Work done promptly ..;
and guaranteed. Let ua give
yon a free eatimate.
Mill City Jewelry
Gene Teague Chevrolet
Hiram Walker qualify—
The Most Show For Least Dough”
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