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THE MILL CITY ENTERPRISE
January 29, 1953
Mrs. Walter Walker of Seattle is
a guest at the home of her son and
family, Mr. and Mrs. Monroe Walker.
Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Landsberk
of Portland were weekend guests at
the home of Mr. and Mrs. Wilson
Mr. and Mrs. John Worden was
host Saturday night to a community
gathering of friends and neighbors at
their home with a pot luck supper.
Present weer Mr. and Mrs. Otto Weid
man and family, Mr. and Mrs. John
Kunkle, JoAnne, Judy, Juanita and
Johnnie, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Downer,
Carol and Donna, Mr. and Mrs. Glen Lyons, are receiving congratulations She also visited at the home of her
Julain and Glen Jr., Mr. and Mrs. Ray upon the arrival of a baby girl born daughter and family, Mr. and Mrs.
Mohler, Shirley and Jerry, and Mr. Friday, January 23.
Claire Humphries of Myrtle Creek.
and Mrs. John Worden and Marjorie. j Weekend guests at the home of The Humphries brought her home and
Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Culwell anil Mr. and Mrs. Charles Cruson was her spent Sunday here.
•on Delmer spent Sunday in Dallas. niece, Mrs. Leo Barks and children
Miss Marilyn Baltzer has gone to
They were dinner guests at the home from McMinnville.
Seattle, Wash., where she will spend
of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Andrew i Mrs. Viola Zander was taken seri some time at the home of her sister,
ously ill Saturday evening and re Mrs. Marvin Westover.
Ramie Martell is convalescing at turned to the Salem Memorial hos
Mrs. Loren Walker and infant son, I
his home following major surgery on pital. Mrs. Zander, who is 81 years Kim Monroe Walker, has returned
his back at the Salem Memorial hos of age, underwent an appendectomy home from the Salem Memorial hos- |
He returned home Saturday the first of the month.
and will be in a cast for some time..
Mr. and Mrs. Keith Taylor, Maurice j Mrs. Earl Helemn of McCully
Mrs. Cora Corbett of Salem was a and Jane of Waldport were weekend j Mountain underwent a tonsilectomy
Saturday and Sunday guest at the guests with relatives in Lyons. Mrs. j at a Salem hospital Tuesday morning.
home of her nephew, Earl Allen.
Taylor is the daughter of Mr. and
lake or A laska , which
Mr. and Mrs. George Mielke and
Sunday guests at the home of Mr. > Mrs. Pat Lyons and sister of Mrs. daughter, Carolyn, who recently sold
tVD By Mcrr SPRINGS ANO ME u T in G
and Mrs. E. L. Roye was their daugh Wayne Ransom.
SNO w JS, IT is fteSSlBuE TO GET A
their home in Gates and have been
ter and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Laddie
Mrs. J. H. Johnston returned home staying at the home of her sister, Mr.
bath at Qx>y pesigEO TEMPePAiugE
Pesek of Lebanon.
_ after spending
_ the past and Mrs.
Wayne Ransom, moved to
MEREty By swimming A FEW STROKES'.'.
Mr. and Mrs. Sylvester Etzel, who three months in southern Oregon, at their new home in Eugene Wednes- I
live at the Big Star motel east of the home of her sister in Medford. day.
Elmo Features Syndicate
Friends received word Wednesday
morning of the death of Mrs. Bertha
Woodworth of Salem, a former resi- 1
dent or Lyons.
Doris Roy was hostess for the after
noon card club with the party held
at the Rebekah hall Wednesday aft
A 1:30 dessert luncheon
was served followed by several tables
USED 1Ö MAKF S ome
High score was held by
ugs co A fghanistan !
Bertha Allen, second high went to
Carire Naue, and low to Berneice
On Highway 222, Linn County Side
Bridges. Attending the party were
Ida Free, Katie Seig, Wilma Free, ing were Mildred Aronson, Myrtle event which honored three guests, tend a forestry orientation meeting.
Alma Olmstead, Mabel Downing, Lyons, Ruby Hutchenson, Jean Rob Mrs. Elaine Farrow, Mrs. Dorothy During his absence Mrs. Moore and
son, Frankie are entertaining Mr. and
Kunkle, Garnett Bassett, erts, Peggy Fromherst, Leola Phelps, Krause and Mrs. Emma Rhodes.
George “Sparky” Ditter
The third grade pupils of Mrs. Mrs. Harold Kowals and son, David,
Mabel Bass, Ethel Huffman, Thelma Phyllis Power, Alice Huber, Gypsy
Nydegger, Bertha Allen, Carrie Naue. Weaver, and the hostesses, Lucille Nolan Rasnick will sponsor a cooked from The Dalles.
food sale Saturday afternoon at the
j Berniece Bridges and the hostess. Huber and Luella Hargin.
Detroit Market. Proceeds will go to
' Doris Roy.
the March of Dimes fund.
■GROUND-HOG’ LUNCH, served
The Detroit Women’s Civic club
Monday, Feb. 2, 11 a m. to 8 p.m., in
at The Mill City Enterprise
will meet Wednesday, February 4 at
First Christian church basement by
By MRS. S. T. MOORE
the home of Mrs. Mabel Parker.
Woman’s council. Sausage, pancakes,
Fifth grade pupils directed by Mrs.
James White, son of Mr. and Mrs.
applesauce and coffee.
Adv. Gladys Claxton presented the pro 0. J. White, was pledged recently to
[ school children 35c.
Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Rosen and gram for the January PTA meeting. the Delta Upsilon fraternity at the
Jan Rutherford announced the pro University of Oregon.
family of Newberg were recent guests
Eldon Pierce has returned to the
gram which iacluded a three-act play
at the Albert Remmenga home.
station after haping spent sev
Donald Remmeyga left Monday for .
Portland, where he will be employed sey, Dennis Howland, Mary Witt, eral days in a Salem hospital where
by the army engineers on the David Becky Stoll, Ronnie McKinney, Gary he received treatment for broken
Roberts and Martine Rary. A choral bones in his foot.
Mr. and Mrs. Major Baughn have
Don t let difficult breathing, coughing
and -group singing concluded
Mrs. Viola Zander, who underwent
and wheezing, due to recurring spasm» or
returned from a ten-day trip to south
Bronchial Asthma or »lmple Bronchitis
an appendectomy early in January,
ruin your sleep and energy without trying
several harmonica selections between ern California and Mexico. They at
MENDACO. Works through your blood to
was returned to Salem Memorial hos-1
help loosen and remove thick, strangling
| scenes of the play.
mucus Thus usually allays coughing which
pital during the weekend. Her condi- '
permits Ireer breathing and sounder sleep
Los Angeles during their stay there.
tion Wednesday was reported "good.” j Mrs. Alfred Cokenour, PTA presi
Get MENDACO under money back guar
Frank Moore is in Portland to at-
antee at druggists.
Mrs. Pat Lyons has been visiting dent, conducted the business meeting
It was agreed to
her daughter, Mrs. George Mielke at which followed.
Eugene. The Mielkes recently sold give up plans for purchasing a dish-
their home at Gates and purchased one i ( washer for the school.
Otis White, school superintendent,
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Remmenga announced the purchase of 120 light
1405 N. Front St
were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Elbert weight plastic trays and dishwashing
j racks for the school cafeteria.
Wiliams in Portland Tuesday.
The pre-school mothers held their I Fifth grade room mothers served
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meeting Wednesday evening at the ' refreshments at the close of the
home of Mrs. Donald Huber with Mrs. ' J meeting.
HAULING AND MOVING HEAVY MACHINERY
INDUSTRIAL AND COMMERCIAL WIRING
Members of the Santiam Ladies’
Bill Hargin assistant hostess.
and Mill Equipment Up To 25 Tons
It was decided to meet in the Mari- | Auxiliary of the Eagles were enter- J
Including D8 and HD14 Cats, and %-yard shovels.
Linn gym on Tuesday and Thursday | ' tained recently at a can! party at the |
Complete Rigging Outfit, Winch Trucks, Low-bed Trailers
of each week, with Mrs. Alice Huber ' home of Mrs. Carrie Bullard. Mrs. I
as instructor. Present for the meet-1 Peggy Palmer was co-hostess for the '
Open Elimination Tournament
Every Sunday 3 p.m.
MILL CITY MEAT MARKET
Quality Meats and Groceries
Salem Heavy Hauling & Equipment Co
Crosley Refrigerators and Ranges
Bendix and Thor Dryers
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