The Mill City enterprise. (Mill City, Or.) 1949-1998, May 29, 1952, Page 6, Image 6

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LYONS
May 29. 1952
6—THE MILL CITY ENTERPRISE
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in Salem. A general discussion was
held and election of officers for the
r!X?s!
coming year, Mrs. Phyliss Power was
elected president and Mildred Arnon-
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Bon, secretary.
Those making the '
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trip were Eleanor Christenson, Doreen
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Helemn, Irene Lantzer, Mildred Ar-
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Berneice Bridges, Helen Johnston,
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Phylis Power, Gypsy Weaver, Beth
Prideaux, Bonnie Bowers.
Mrs. Ed Hargreaves is spending
He is reported convalescing nicely.
two weeks at Sioux City, Iowa, at the Mrs. Cyril Lyons.
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Olmstead of Tim­
Mr.
and
Mrs.
Robert
Jobe
of
Port
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home of her son Mr. and Mrs. Bruce
Hargreaves, to see her new grandson land have purchased the Question ber were Sunday guests at the home i
Mark cafe from Mr. and Mrs. Riser, of Mr. and Mrs. Art Olmstead and i
Larry Allen born May 4.
sons Donald, Walter and Jimmie.
Mr. and Mrs. Pat Lyons with their and have taken possession. The Risers
Mt. Jefferson lumber company mill
have
owned
and
operated
the
cafe
for
daughter Mrs. Ed Gisler of Marion
resumed
operations again Monday
left Thursday morning for Klamath, several years.
| morning after a three weeks shut
James
Phelps
underwent
major
sur
­
Calif., where they will visit at the
down due to the CIO lumberman's
home of their son and wife Mr. and gery at the Salem Memorial hospital.
strike.
Several members from Faith Re­
bekah lodge attended the Rebekah As­
sembly held in Salem. Delegates were
Blanche Wagner and Mildred Carr. |
The lodge was also represented by a
car in the parade.
The Women’s Society of Christian
Service held their work day at the
community hail Tuesday afternoon.
The time was spent in quilting. An
all-day meeting is planned for next
Tuesday.
THO SAILORS
Mrs. Rinke Feenstra, Reta Cruson,
ARE GENERALLY
Alta Bodeker and Orpha Roye, at­
CONSIDERED SEA
tended the officers training meeting
FARING MEN SOME
NAVAL BASES IN
held at the Methodist church in Salem
ALASKA HAUL
Friday, for the sub district of the
SUPPLIES BY SLED.
Women's Society of Christian Service.
Mrs. Inez Ring who has been spend­
ing some time at the home of her
WE CAN’T TOUCH
grandson and family Mr. and Mrs.
HIM • IT’S FPIOAV.
Deen Trask in Portland, is spending
several days at her home here.
Mr. and Mrs. Averill of Halsey are
WHEN PROPERLY
PACKED A NAVX
visiting at the home of their daugh- |
SEABAG CAN
ter Mr. and Mrs. Ramie Martell and •
ACCOMMODATE
sons.
THE COMPLETE
WARDROBE PER
Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Bressler were
SONAL EFFECTS.
Sunday
dinner guests at the home of ' <
AND BEDDING
his sister Mis. Cora Corbett in Salem.
OF A SAILOR.
They also visited his other sister Mrs.
Myrtle Kester who is seriously ill at 1
the Salem General hospital.
Mr. and Mrs. Carl McGee of Los
THE TERM "BLUE MONDAY’
Angeles, Calif., are guests at the t
BEGAN WHEN A WEEKLY LOG
WAS KEPT OF CRIMES,AND
home of Mrs. Inez Ring.
i
PUNISHMENT INFLICTED TO
Mr. and Mrs. Bert Lyons, with their !
THE OFFENDER ON MONDAY.
daughter and family Mr. and Mrs. i
Fred Lindemann, Richie and Linda 1
left for a two-weeks vacation trip, i
for the middle west. They will visit!
at Omaha, Nebr., Kansas and tour ' r
some of the other states.
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Mrs. Mattie Kingman and daughter]
Mrs. Bob Paden of Houston, Tex., j
visited at the Orville Downing home %
over the weekend. Mrs. Kingman is
a sister of William Downing. Satur-
BASSETT’S WELDINC SHOP
day they went to visit Mrs. Ellen j
Forcier at Orchards, Wash., and Or- J
Phone 11 11
Phone 116
ville Downing at Yacolt, Wash., who
Sweet Home, I'l.ilomath
Branch Store Lyons
are also brother and sister of William
Downing and Mrs. Kingman.
Mr. and Mrs. Ru sell Stong of Port­
land spent several days at the home
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of Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Roye.
Howard Baldwin and his mother
Mrs. Zona Baldwin held the grand
opening of their new clothing goods
store Saturday Each customer was
presented with a lovely pansy plant.
Lyons welcomes the new store, which
will be a great benefit to the com­
munity.
A large crowd attended the com­
munity school picnic held at the Mari-
I.inn school grounds Sunday after­
“At the Bottom of the Hill’’
noon. A one o'clock basket dinner
started the afternoon of fun, which
was made up of various games.
Rev. and Mrs. G. Storaker, pastors
of the Newberg Methodist church,
called upon Rev. and Mrs. Rinke Feen­
stra last Thursday afternoon.
Santiam Valley Grange held their
social meeting Friday evening at the
hall. Games and pictures furnished
the entertainment for the evening.
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