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About The Mill City enterprise. (Mill City, Or.) 1949-1998 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 14, 1952)
February 14, 1952
6—THE MILL CITY ENTERPRISE
Mr. and .Mrs. Howard Naue moved
to Sandy, Tuesday, where he will be
employed at the Warren Cook lum
ber company as a Westcoast lumber
grader. He has been a employee at
the Mt. Jefferson lumber company
here in Lyons for several years.
Mr. an<i Mrs. Ivan Smith and family
were Sunday guests at the home of
his mother, Mrs. Leia Smith
Jerry Coffman lecturer for
Santiam Valley grange attended
lecturers school held in Corvallis,
Thursday and Friday.
A family potluck supper at 6:30
next Sunday evening at the com
munity club house followed by a
motion picture entitled "Appreciating
Our Parents” is being planned by the
young adult class of the Lyons Com
munity Methodist church school, with
Rev. R. A. Feenstra as their teacher.
Rev. and Mrs. R. A. Feenstra of
Lyons with Rev. and Mrs. Kenneth
Abbott of Stayton were among those
attending their "Parsonage club” of
the Salem district ministers and their |
wives held at the Jason Lee Methodist
church in Salem Monday. The next
meeting will be held in Dallas on
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Allen were
among those spending the day at
Hoodoo Bowl above Detroit. They
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reported a beautiful day and lots first grade teacher last year, Others
attending were Mr. and Mrs. Fred
of people present.
Mr. and Mrs. Warren Shepherd Skillings, Mr. and Mrs. Roscoe Poole,
have moved to Salem. They have Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Putman, Mrs.
been living in the little house back Hazel Wirth', Ralph Hurst, Mrs. Elva
of the Post Office owned by Mr. and Kuiken, Miss Norma Miller, Miss
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Mrs. Pat Lyons. Shepherd was a Vivian Boyce, Mrs. Gladys Hurst,
Mrs. Alice Huber, Mrs. Harvie Grimes,
first aid man at the Detroit dam.
Kathleen Kuiken, Rudy Poole, Mary
This Sunday morning’s message by
Linn Putman, Mr. and Mrs. Ivan
^ev- Rinke A. Feenstra, pastor of the Smith, Ivalyn and Dennis.
Lyons Community Methodist church,
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will be “How Essential is Faith for
son, Cecil, were Sunday guests at the
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Mr. and Mrs. Bob Carleton enter home of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Johnston
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and family at Culver, Oregon.
tained with a dinner Sunday honor
ing there son, Larry, on his second
birthday anniversary. Covers were Lebanon were Sunday visitors at the I
laid for Mr. and Mrs. Duane Down home of her brother, Mr. and Mrs.
G irls of
ing and daughter, Paula; Miss Jua 'Percy Hiatt, and her parents, Mr. I
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nita Downing of Portland; Mr. and and Mrs. Amos Hiatt.
Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Ransom spent;
Mrs. Delbert Baileym, Mickie, Twila,
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and Sherri; Mrs. Violet Copper and the weekend at the home of Mr. and |
ish - bones over - we
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Ronnie of Salem; Mr. and Mrs. Orville Mrs. Keith Taylor at Taylors Land-1
Downing, William Downing, and Mr.
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and Mrs. Bob Carleton and Larry.
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Bridges are
Sunday guests at the Carleton home spending this week in Portland, where |
were Mr. and Mrs. John McClurg of he will undergo surgery.
Lyons, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Dunian and
Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Hargreaves, I
sons, Stevie and Ronnie of Stayton. Loren and Joyce, attended a family
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The teaching staff of the Mari- get together of relatives held in
Linn school held their regular teachers Corvallis Sunday.
Dennis Smith, little son of Mr. and
meeting and dinner at the home of
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Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Smith. A general Mrs. Ivan Smith, spent the weekend
discussion and school work was at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Paul
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talked. The occasion also honored Maddox at Pedee.
the birthday anniversaries of Mrs.
Paul Maddox of Pedee, also Thomas club met at the Rebekah hall with
Putman, principal and Miss Norma Mabe) Downing hostess. A one-thirty
Miller, first grade teacher. Those dessert luncheon was served followe«!
attending were Mr. and Mrs. Paul by several tables of 500. High score
Close« nt 6 P.M.
Maddox of Pedee. Mrs. Maddox is was held by Mabel Bass, second high a ten day vacation trip into California. due to the absence of Mrs. Glen
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the former Miss Dean Thompson, by Ruth Lyons, low by Dorothy They will go south as far as San Julian. A general discussion was held
Helemn, and Doreen Helemn drew the Bernardino.
and plans made to have a tamale
Mill City Enterprise
I traveling prize.
Attending the party
The sewing committee of the San sale at the community club house
were Ida Free, Wilma Olmstead,
Thursday evening Feb. 21, with Mrs.
Bertha Allen. Margaret Kunkle, Leota tiam Memorial Hospital Womens Albert Julian, chairman. At the close !
Worden, Doris Roy, Ethel Huffman, Auxiliary under the direction of Mrs. of the meeting, Mrs. Loren Chamben-
Garnett Bassett, Modena Carleton, Earl Allen, chairman, are cutting gar lain was honored on her 72 birth-1
Doreen Helemn, Dorothy Helemn, ments at the community club house day anniversary. She was present«!
Ruth Lyons, Mabel Bass and the in Lyons. Any one wishing to help with a beautiful cake from her neice
with the sewing will be appreciated,
hostess Mabel Downing.
Mrs. Ramie Martel). She also re-|
John Edwards Jr. from Fort Lewis, and may be obtained at Mrs, Alien’s ceived 21 handkerchiefs and another
$1.50 per month and up
with Mrs. Edwards and son, Eldon and
birthday cake. Those helping Mrs.
Also serving Gates, Lyons,
twin daughters, June and Jean of
Idanha and Detroit
Chamberlain enjoy cake and coffee
I Bremerton, Wash., are visiting his I mel in Mill City.
•Mrs. Rinke Feenstra was hostess, were Mr. Chamberlain and Mesdames
parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Ewards
for the meeting of the Womens j Burl Smith, George Huffman, Virgil
Sr.; also his brother an«l family, Mr.
“At the Bottom of the Hill”
and Mrs, Marvin Edwards. John Jr., Society of Christian service held at i Willard Hartnell, Ernest Garsjo,
has received his overseas orders the parsonage, Tuesday afternoon. Ramie Martell. Monroe Walker. Wil
A one o’clock dessert luncheon was
when he returns.
lard Chamberlain, Joe Zimmerman,
The Altar Society of the St. Pat-; served preceeding the business meet-1 Charles Cruson, Ivan Smith, Chester
ricks Catholic church held another j
Roy, Donald McWhirk, Mrs. Alice
series of their Bingo partys at the Alice Huber, president, and Mrs. Huber, Mrs. Inez Ring, Rev. and Mrs.
Rebekah hall Monday evening with a | Georg«1 Huffman, acting secretary.
good crowd in attendance.
Mrs. Clyde Bressler local chair
Mr. and Mrs. George Robbinette
man for the March of Dimes reports
and sons, Jerrv and Frank, have
$135.00 was sent to the Linn county
moved into the Forrest N y «legger I
chairman in Albany; $102.85 was
house recently vacated by their
«laughter and husband. Mr. and Mrs.
hehi at the Rebekah hall, $15.33 in
Vaughn Hunt, when he was called
into the service. The Robinettes have
school. The remainder was from
been living at th«' Apple Tree court.
March of Dimes march at the San
Miss LaVetta Powelson from Stan
tiam Valley grange and Methodist
field, Oregon spent several days as a
Claude lewis’ Service Station
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Sunday school and banks placed in the
guest at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
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Mr. and Mrs. Merrill Brassfield
Paul Gerath underwent surgery at
left for Sioux City, Iowa, Friday
the Memorial hospital in Salem.
Well. Christmas is over Nothing
morning, when they receive«! word
Wednesday morning. Gerath is an
but the bills linger on — un
of the serious illness of her sister,
employee at the Detroit dam.
less It’s a few spots here and there
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Mr. and Mrs. Glen Julian and son.!
Ing room table Along about now
A special gospel film, “Regions
Glen Jr., left Wednesday morning for
a colorful new hat is good tor the
FKF.SII DAILY — VERY REASON ABLE PRICES
Beyond,” produced by the Bible
ego and If the budget can't see it
Testament League, will be shown at
—freshen up an old one with a
pretty veil a fresh feather or at
the Santiam Chapel, Lyons, Feb. 19,
at 7:30 by Chris Losby of Minot,
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North Dakota, according to Rev. Wells
Speaking of spots—holiday par
ties usually leave some depressing
a Dull Moment
MILL CITY TAVERN
FOR YOUR PROTECTION!
Kellonfs Fresh Meats
OPEN WEEK DAYS: 8 A.M. to 7 P.M
CLOSED: Sundays and Holidays
TRADING STAMPS \ND ALCMINl M AND DISHES
Pains, distress of “those days stopped
er amazingly relieved
in 3 out of 4 coses
in doctors’ tests I
• Here's wonderful news for
women and girls who — each
month — suiter the tortures of
•'bad days*' of functionally-
caused menstrual cramps and
pain — headaches, backaches,
and those "no-good,’’ dragged-
It's news about a medicine
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Here is the exciting news.
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striking relief of such distress
in an average of 3 out of 4 of
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Fresh Grade A
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How lydio Pinkham'i warkt
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Yes! Lydia Pinkham s has
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This news will not surprise
the thousands of women and
girls who take Lydia Pinkham's
regularly and know the relief it
And it should encourage you
«If you're not taking Lydia
Pinkham s) to see if your ex
perience doesn't match theirs
... to see if you. too, don t avoid
the nervousness and tension,
weakness, irritability — and
pain—so often associated with
Remember Lydia Pinkham s,
too — if you're suffering the
"hot flashes'* and other func
tionally-caused distress of
"change of life."
Get Lydia Pinkhams Com
pound or new, improved Tab
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only 59<>. Start taking Lydia
Ask for it today, the fatuous
non-fattening food drink for
reducing diets. SI IM is
fortified with added food
elements and Vitamins
A and D. It has a full
bodied flavor that
you will like —
stains on your Sunday-best table
linen To take out coffee or tea.
rub the spots with glycerine let
stand a few minutes and wash
Fruit stains may be removed by
pouring boiling water over the
spot from a height of two feet All
,'ruit stains must be removed be
fore washing the linen or soap may
set the stain
Children s sweaters don t have
the hand-me-down look when with
all-purpose dye they're converted
into a bright beautiful new color
with a personal touch added Sim
ple embroidery down the front is a
dainty finish for a young girls
sweater a wool appliqued football
is fine for a boy's
Dry wet woolens in a warm room
but not too neat heat That goes
for wet leather shoes too When
woolens are dry brush with a soft
but firm-bristled clothes brush
When wet shoes are dry brush off
dirt and give a thorough polishin«
with a good wax-liquid or paste
To keep your bed pillows clean
and fresh use old pillow cases for
pretty dreams' sprinkle your fa
vorite sachet powder in the cases
Slip the top pillow case on at op
posite ends to the basic one
WE ARE PLEASED
TO SERVE YOU!
We hope you are pleaded
with our service.
Mom s and Pop s
Pay increases under certain limita
tions are permitted under regulations
issued by the Wage Stabilization
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