The Mill City enterprise. (Mill City, Or.) 1949-1998, June 26, 1952, Page 5, Image 5

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    5—THE MILL CITY ENTERPRISE
June 28. 1952
FEMME PAGE
SUNDAY and MONDAY
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Bentley-Bonebrake Downing-Brown Wed
Wedding at Roseburg In Church Ceremony
Miss Jeannine Bentley, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph M. Bentley of
Lyons became the bride of Richard D.
Bonebrake, son of Mr. and Mrs. W. F.
Bonebrake of Roseburg, in a beautiful
garden ceremony at the home of his
parents in Roseburg Sunday after-
noon, June 15, at 2:30 with the min-
ister from the First Baptist church,
officiating.
The bride given in marriage by her
father was gowned in white chantel-
ley nylon lace over satin, with fitted
bodice waist, ballerina length skirt.
The waist length veil was caught at
the sides with clusters of Orange blos­
soms, and she carried white orchids.
Attendants were her two sisters,
Betty Bentley, maid of honor was
dressed in a deep pink marquisette
gown. Norma June Bentley, brides­
maid wore aqua marquisette, both
carried white carnations. Judy Bone­
brake, flower girl wore white mar­
quisette.
Dale Bonebrake acted as
best man for his brother.
Mrs. Bentley chose for her daugh­
ters wedding a navy blue dress with
white accessories.
Mrs. Bonebrake,
mother of the groom was also attired
in navy crepe gown with pink acces­
sories.
Lyons — Baskets of daisies, white
ftock and delphenium was used to:
decorate the church for the marriage
of Miss Juanita Elizabeth Downing,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Orville
Downing of Lyons, and Richard D. I
Brown, son of Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert
E. Brown of Santa Ana, Calif.
The young couple exchanged their
vows at the Community Methodist
church at a 2 o’clock double ring cere­
mony with Rev. Rinke Feenstra, offi­
ciating.
Soloist was Mrs. Donald
HL»
mTfll
Sheythe of Mill City, who sang "Be- j
cause” and “I Lovely You Truly”, ac­
companied by Mrs. Delos Hoeye of
Silverton, who also played the wedding
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marches.
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Entering on the arm of her father I
Robert Taylor and Buddy Baer release Deborah Kerr from the stake to which she has been tied at the order of
the bride wore a white slipper satin I the Emperor Nero in one of the thrill sequences of ‘•Quo Vadis”, M-G-M s epic Technicolor drama of the birth
gown with beaded neckline, long j of Christianity in a pagan world, which comes to the Mill City Theatre screen this Sunday and Monday. Thous­
pointed sleeves, and train, finger tip
ands appear in the picture, heralded as the most spectacular ever to be filmed.
veil edged in lace with beaded crown,
I
and carried a bouquet of white carna­ Downing of Portland wearing a gown .
tions and stephanotis centered with of lime green taffeta, Mrs. William Mrs. Lila Bushnell Hosts
Detroit Community Church
white orchid.
Royce of Medford, wearing gown of
Meeting in Grode School
Mrs. Robert Carleton of Lyons, pink taffeta, both carried matching Lucky Twelve Players
sister of the bride was matron of honor bouquets of white daisies with head­
Pre; Detroit Lake session of Oates
Detroit Community Christian church
and wore a gown of yellow net with dresses, Twila Bailey of Salem was Lucky Twelve Pinochle clubers filled is holding regular Sunday school and
lace jacket, and carried a bouquet flower girl wearing an orchid taffeta up their day thusly: Mrs. Lila Bush- church services in the grade school
of white daisies with matching head­ gown with headdress, all wore lace nell as hostess brought and served until the building which they pur­
dress. Bridesmaids were Mrs. Duane mitts.
to her guests chicken salad loaf.
chased can be remodeled and made
Mrs. Thelma Otto sealed off first ready for use.
Wallace Koster of Kelso, Wash.,
j with Mr. .Brown as best man and prize with 1500 trump. Mrs. Joanne
The former shop building belonging
' seating the guests were Duane Down- Long wiedled the crane on pinochle. to the high school has been moved
I iig of Portland and Robert Carleton Mrs. Edna McCreary was the harassed to the church lot in new Detroit and
workman that went down for low considerable work will be necessary
of Lyons.
Get started I Write or Phone! FRIl trial lessons will
before it can be occupied.
answer your questions.
Mrs. Downing chose a teil blue crepe prize.
dress with white accessories, for the
James Stock of Sweet Home con­
We are proud to offer the Stenograph . .. and proud of the
distinction it gives us in the business training field.
' wedding and Mrs. Brown wore a navy1
ducts the weekly service. He is study­
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u. S Pat on
blue crepe dress with white acces- Santiam Valley Grange
ing for the ministry at Northwest
I sories both wore orchid corsages.
Christian college in Eugene.
Building Picnic Ground
The newlyweds greeted their guests
Santiam Valley Grange are moving
at a reception in the club room which
was decorated with bouquets of sweet ahead with the construction of a free
345 Court Street '
Phone
Phone 3-5987
3-5987
Salem, Oregon « peas and roses. Cutting the wedding picnic ground alongside the grange
cake was Mrs. Lafe Potter of Port­ hall located on the route of highway
land, assisted by Mrs. Kenneth Meis 222
Jerry Coffman of Mehama states
of Vancouver, Wash. Mrs, Delbert
Mrs. Olive Ramey of Hillsboro,
Bailey of Salem presided at the coffee that the new picnic spot will have president of the Rebekah Assembly of
1 urn and Mrs. Eldon Tietze also of running water, a stove and tables.
Oregon Wednesday night officially
This project is part of a nation­
’ Salem at the punch bowl.
Serving
visited the Mill City Santiam Rebekah
were Miss Bernice Manshotl of Hills­ wide community service contest spon­ lodge. Guests were present from
boro, Miss Betty Wooddy of Ontario, sored by the Grange organization. Faith Rebekah lodge of Lyons, Three
and Mrs. Conrad Lee of Salem. At The Santiam Valley Grange hall is Links Rebekah lodge of Harrisburg,
i the gift table were Mrs. Roy Downing located approximately one-half of a and Molalla Rebekah lodge.
of Sutherlin, Mrs. Earl Allen and Mrs. mile south of the bridge at Mehama
The Rebekah degree was given dur­
i Floyd Bassett of Lyons. Passing the which links Marion and Linn counties. ing the evening for Margaret Bor­
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I guest book was Miss Marlene Down-
oughs, Anna Crook, Ida Carey and Irl
of Sutherlin.
MrS. H. E. Brow nof Olympia, Wash., Plymale. In charge during the eve­
For going away the bride changed Miss Betty Wooddy of Ontario, Mr. ning were Julia Bassett, noble grand
to pink linen suit with white acces- and Mrs. Kenneth Meis, Vancouver, and Ada Plymale, vice grand.
BOY’S WEARING APPAREL
' sories and white orchid, after a two Wash., Mr. and Mrs. John Jessin, Mr.
The assembly president presented
2 to 16 Years
weeks wedding trip to southern Cali­ and Mrs. Richard Larson, Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Bassett with the Rebekah seal
I fornia, the couple will be at home at Lewis Ellsworth, Mr. and Mrs. Andrew of perfection for her memory work
330 North Holly, Medford.
Talley, Miss Helen Wietzel, Miss given during initiation, stating that
Special guests were Mr. and Mrs. Blanche Hall all of Portland.
she has given only two seals during
G. E. Brown. Santa Ana, Calif., Miss
After the rehearsal Saturday eve­ her term in office for work given
265 N. High, SALEM
Marieta Brown of Chicago, Mr. and ning a party was held at the home during initiation.
of Mr. and Mrs. John McClurg. At­
The Rebekah assembly president
tending were Juanita and Richard, Mr. was presented with a corsage and
and Mrs. Gilbert Brown of Santa Ana, gift from the lodge; and tribute was
Miss Marieta Brown of Chicago, Mr. paid her during the drill work also
and Mrs. Hilton Brown of Olympia, with a special program presented by
It's longer, stronger for '52-the greatest
Wash., Mr. and Mrs. Wally Koster Allura Chance and Ruby Brisbin.
tar ever built in the low-price field I
and Bret of Kelso, Wash., Mr. and
Refreshments of strawberry short­
Mrs. Bill Royce of Medford, Mr. and cake were served by Eva Duffy, Clara
Mrs. Duane Downing and Paula of Morris, Mel Robinson, Hattie Fencl,
Portland, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Carleton, ! Gladys Podrabsky. Rachel Olmstead
Larry and Carolyn, Mr. and Mrs. Or­ who was in charge of decorations and
ville Downing and the host and host­ used a patriotic theme in recognition
ess, Mr. and Mrs. McClurg.
of Flag day.
While in Mill City Mrs. Ramey was
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QUO
VADIS
Prices for this show:
Adults $1.00, Children 50c
STARTING TIME:
Sunday at 4:30 and 7:30
Monday at 7:00
Box office closes 8:45 both
nights.
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TUESDAY and WEDNESDAY
MARK STEVENS
GAIL STORM
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in
Between
Midnight
& Dawn
THURSDAY, FRIDAY and
SATURDAY
Konga, the
Wild Stallion
— Plus —
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in
The Tougher
They Come
nograph
CAPITAL BUSINESS COLLEGE
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The Greatest Motion Picture
of All Time!
Doors open at 7:20 P.M.
Complete show can be seen any
time up to 8:30
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Mrs. Bassett Honored Tax Consultant
Auditor
By Rebekah President W. N. SIMMONS
PUBLIC ACCOUNTANT
When in Salem
THE BOY'S SHOP
for
Kids Matinee discontinued
until September
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Bookkeeping, Accounting and
Tax Service
Corner 3rd & Marion
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Dr. R. Reynolds Clinic
Naturopathic Physician
1144 Center St.
SALEM, ORE.
Mrs. W. W. Henderson.
Joint installation of Mill City Odd
Fellows and Santiam Rebekahs was
announced for July 5.
Mrs. James Poole is substituting
at the Mill City post office while Mr«.
Frank Jackson is absent. Mrs. Jack-
son was called to the bedside of her
sister in Athena, Ore., who is recover­
ing from a spinal injury.
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