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About The Mill City enterprise. (Mill City, Or.) 1949-1998 | View Entire Issue (April 9, 1953)
5—THE MILL CITY ENTERPRISÉ
April », 1953 Lalack and son Mike, after spending
a week with her grandparents Mr.
and Mrs. Andrew Lalack of Dallas.
Holiday visitors at the various
Spending Easter Sunday in Mill
Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Thompson and
homes in Detroit and Idanha were Mr. 1 itv at the home of Mrs. Arthur
and Mrs. Fred Anderson of Portland, Catherwood were Mr. and Mrs. Dwight sons of Lyons have opened up a new
Mrs. George Renner (former residents < atherwood and son of West Lynn, restaurant in the building occupied by
the Baldwin's clothing store and lo
of Idanha employed in Portland, Mr. and Mrs. Lovett of Salem.
and Mrs. Roy E. Bolin of Eugene,
Mr. an<l Mrs. Jim Beibler of Idanha cated across the highway from Fiee's
parents of Mrs. Dick Farrow.
were in Mill City last week spending garage in Lyons last Thursday. They
Carolyn Lady and Donna Rae Stev
will serve complete family style meals
Miss Lillian (Jimmie) Palmer of some time wtih relatives.’ Geiblers
ens played hostess honoring Becky
By BOOTS CHAMPION
short older and fountain service
Salem, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Dee i were former residents here.
from 6 a.m. to 1 a.m. and on Sundays
Old Man Sol won out over threaten Stoll of Idanha on Thursday, April
* a.m. to 10 p.m.
ing skies Easter Sunday to set a 2nd with a surprise birthday party
employee of Bell Telephone company Falls is spending: two weeks on vaca-
sunny stage for the big Easter Egg at the home of Donna Ray
The Thompsons have operated
tion with her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
houses in the vicinity of
Hunt sponsored by the F. 0. E. I The following girls of Becky’s class
Members of the Community club Lester Hathaway.
were present: Jan Rutherford, Mary-
Portland for a number of years. They
will meet on Monday, April 13 at 8
Approximately ninety excited chil-' Witt, Evelyn, Harper, Marty Rarey, p.m. at the home of Mrs. Robert Man Calif., and will spend a while with her came to Lyons about two years ago
dren in two age groups, took off at
brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and and have conducted a boarding house
Storey, Linda Storey, ning to discuss the disposal of the Mrs. Robert Swift.
there during this time.
the sound of the whittle’, escorted by Rober3on.
money on hand.
their restaurant the Willeatha.
stand-in bunnies Elaine Farrow and Delores Gescher, Gloria Evenson and
A new business will open in Detroit
Emma Rhodes dressed in white bunny little Christine Nyberg of Idanha.
three children from Albany, spent
on or about April 18th. Jake Fisher
suits their pink ears flapping in the
Easter Sunday with Mrs. Trask’s par of Mrs. Carl Chance. The president,
Mrs. Bertha Shelton, had charge of
ents, Mr and Mrs. R. L. Faust.
breeze to find the 540 colored eggs cream, jello and cool-aide were served.
cated on the Breitenbush junction.
which were hidden in the surrounding
Staff Sgt. and Mrs. Herbert Mc the business meeting, and Mrs. Mag
He plans on carrying a full line of
wooded area of the school.
Clintock and family of Clearfield, gie Shaw was program leader.
sporting goods and equipment. He
RALEIGH HAROLD, Florist, open
Utah, were Mill City visitors Sunday
Children finding prize eggs marked
hopes to have the business going by
at the homes of Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Sundays and evenings, flowers tele
with denominations from 5c to 50c (
j the time fishing season opens. Better
Kimmel, Mrs. William McClintock graphed anywhere. Funeral sprays,
were paid and then enjoyed hot dogs
11 hurry, Jake!
(Patricia Cree) and Mr. and Mrs. Jack planters, pot plants, corsages, wed
Mrs. Helma Dickie who has been McClintock.
dings, also shrubs and landscaping.
Serving were Carrie Bullard, Mar
Marilyn Chapter No. 145 O. E. S.
staying at the home of the Henry
Mr. and Mrs. O. E. Hoodenpyle of 319 W. Washington, Stayton. Phone
garet Howland, and Fay Cooper.
will observe its 30th anniversary at
( Whites in Eugene (retired forestry Creswell were weekend guests at the 3684.
Assisting on the grounds were Irene the April 13 meeting acocrding to
official well-known in this area) for J .C. Kimmel home .
The Woman’s Council of tht Chris
Stout, Helen Bryant, Ann Fagan, Mrs. Laurell Johnson, worthy matron.
the past month, was accompanied
Mrs. Charlie Powelson of Stanfield tian church met recently at the par
Committees for the anniversary pro
Boots Champion, and Ann Stevens.
home by Mr. White Tuesday night. Ore., called on Mill City friends Satur
sonage with the president, Mrs. Mag
We wish to thank Lyle Wilson and gram are: history, Mildred Allen; en
Mr. White returned home on Wednes day.
gie Shaw, in charge.
Lee Howland for their co-operation. tertainment, Halle Toman and Betty
day after a visit with his sister and
Cloyd Cox has gone to San Fran made to hold a Cooked Food Sale
Shaw, and past matrons and past pa
brother-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Earl cisco, Calif., where he has employ
trons, Mary Kelly.
Wednesday, April 15 and to serve
Parker of Detroit.
cake, pie and coffee. Plans were also
Chapters invited as special guests
Lou Ann and Roberta Ray, daugh
Mr. and Mrs. Bert Turnidge re begun for a bazaar in the fall.
for the evening are Ramono, Silver- ters of the Robert Mannings, motored
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Smith and
ton; Accacia, Stayton; and Victoria to Portland for dental attention this turned Saturday from a month's stay
with their daughter, Mrs. Paul Cree daughter, Dolores and Mr. and Mrs.
and family at Sutherlin. Mr. Cree’s William McCoy were Easter Day
The worthy matron urges that all
Leroy Kelly of Detorit also fell vic condition is reported as satisfactory.
guests at the J. P. Smith home.
officers be present at 7:30 as a full tim to the dentists chair on Wednes
COOKED FOOD SALE —Wednes
Mrs. Leon Faust is home now and
evening of business is to be enacted day of thi sweek. Our sympathy’s are
day, April 15, starting at 10 a.m., at able to be up and around after a week
and the meeting will start promptly with you Kelly!
the Christian church basement. Pie, in a Portland hospital for medical
WE SELL BETTER
at 8 p.m.
Joe Lees and Otto Oja also made
and coffee served during the treatment and observation.
CARS FOR LESS!
a flying trip to Portland on business.
sale. Woman's Council, of the Chris
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Haseman of
Felicitations are being extended to
15-lp Idanha were in Mill City Easter Sun
the William Hamiltons of Idanha, on
Spending several weeks in Mill City day visiting relatives.
the arrival of a son born Wednesday,
Mrs. Hollis Turnidge is recuperat
the Ned Warner home is Mrs.
April 8th at the new Santiam Mem
By BOOTS CHAMPION
ing from an operation at the home
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Dietrick and orial hospital. The baby, 4th in line from Idaho.
of her parents, ’Mr. and Mrs, Chris
St ay ton
family of Bend were guests of the will come in for his share of the 100
Knutsen in Mill City, following a stay
prizes offered by the North Santiam
at a Portland hospital.
IT PAYS TO BUY AT
Bonita, small daughter of Mr. and businessmen.
Lynn Smith, daughter of Mr. and
Visitors at the home of Mr. and itor, Mr. and Mrs. Olef Moen and fam
Mrs. Art Clester returned home Satur
Mrs. H. E. Smith, is visiting at her
day accompanied by Mr. and Mis. Bill Mrs. Archie Mattoon the past week
home during Spring vacation from the
The Beginners class of the Chris-
end were, Mr. and Mrs. Oren Jones.
Oregon School for the Blind at Salem.
Mrs. Jones (sister of Mrs. Mattoon) tian church was entertained at an
Mr. and Mrs. Dale Bassett and son
i who is employed as a practical nurse Easter party Saturday, April 4, by
Francis Dale are moving to California,
i at the Redmond hospital reported Roy the teacher, Mrs. Helen Jull.
this week where he has accepted em
Newport who suffered a heart attack
Wilma Jull returned to Eugene ployment. Mrs. Bassett and son will
recently returned to his home in Cul Sunday, after being at home from the
remain in Mill City until living quart
A MUSICAL COMEDY
ver, much improved.
Other guests preceding Wednesday, due to illness.
ers can be obtained. The Bassetts
were a niece and nephew Mr. and Mrs.
The Christian Woman’s Fellowship recently returned from the east.
Robert Dale of Portland.
The Students of St. Boniface High School
met Wednesday afternoon at the home
Mr. and Mrs. George Gillenwater
To all members and former mem
PARISH HALL, SUBLIMITY
and family from California spent the
bers of the F.O.E. Aerie 2745, don’t
in his speech, also affecting his arms. Easter weekend with Mrs. Gillenwat
forget you have a date with the ladies
Pete Campbell and Murphy “his ers’ parents, Mr. and Mrs. James
auxiliary Wednesday night April 15th
driver” took up residence in one of Swan.
at 8 p.m. at the Carrie Bullard resi
Visiting at the John Swan home
the Joe Leis cabins recently.
dence to talk over plans for the build
CAST OF CHARACTERS
A TV meeting of the Crosley deal on Easter Sunday were their daughter
ing of our new hall. Auxiliary mem
Dennis O’Hara, Irish Servant
ers and service men was held Wednes and family and son and family, Mr.
bers re-installed Wednesday night, I
Molly O’Hara, Wife of Dennis
Carole Jean Doerfler
day nite April 8th in the Mirror room and Mrs. Al Smeenk and son and Mr.
April 8th, were Lillian Gescher, Ethel
Lady Eileen Stanford, Gerald’s Aunt
at the Marion hall in Salem. Marion and Mrs. Ronald Swan and son, both
Sir Clarence, a Distant Cousin
Estey, and Fern (Dolly) Kite, all of;
Kite, Crosley dealer, attended the of Portland.
Sir Gerald of Craughmont Castle,
Mrs. Andrews, mother of Arthur
accompanied by Harold
a Young Irishman .
Nestor Van Handel
An error was made in last week’s j
A buffet lunch was Andrews is visiting at the home of
Mr. John Chandler, New York businessman
issue in reporting the name of the I
her son and his family this week,
Clare Chandler, His Daughter
"Barbara Van Dusen
teacher who supervised the making of
* * *
Squire Michael, Gerald’s Uncle
Mrs. Andrews lives at San Francisco.
our Easter posters. The name is Mrs.
Peggy Craughmont, Gerald’s Younger Sister
Spring had sprung or so we thought,
H. E. Smith and Dale and Lynn
John Ray. Sorry!
Lady Mary, The Lady of the Terrace
. Rose Ann Minden
visited with Mr. Smith’s mother, Mrs.
Until, last Sunday night we got,
Don’t forget the council meeting >
C. J. Smith of Klamath, Wash, over
A taste of winter’s late retreat—
folks, to be held Tuesday night, April
ADMISSION: Adults-$1.00; Children 50c
A biting wind with snow and sleet!
the Easter holiday.
! 14th at 8 p.m. in the library at the
Detroit school. Important issues are Now this has gone on long enough,
on the agenda.
You’ve got your wires crossed.
Lester (Les) White of Idanha suf We think that Spring should have her
Robert Veness, Mill City theatre
fered a slight stroke recently.
proprietor, announced today the first
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attack left him with an impediment So darn you, go get LOST!!!
local showing of the revolutionary,
new 3-dimensional movies. The new
films give the impression of depth in
addition to height and width, as in
old-type pictures. Actors appear to
walk out of the screen and into the
From the Folks You Have Learned to Expect the Most and the Best
Veness stated that, depending upon
the arrival of necessary equipment,
the 3-D films would be shown in ap
proximately thirty days.
At a time »hen we know you »ill most appreciate it—our pleasure is
to bring you this fine Eastern Oregon Hereford Beef at the lowest prices
in years and years! Wholesale prices on every beef cut in the house!
Plan to buy a week’s supply. Fill your locker.
Lyons Has New Eating
MILL CITY House
Detroit Lady Eagles
Sponsor Egg Hunt
SUNDAY & MONDAY j
Becky Stoll Honored
With Birthday Party
DEBORAH KERR and
JAMES M ASON in
Prisoner of Zenda
Feature at 5:20, 7:30 Sunday
FRED ALI EN,
MARILYN MONROE and
MITZI GAYNOR in
We’re Not Married
Marilyn Chapter OES
Very Funny Comedy!
ON THE STAGE
Mill City Lions Club
Proceeds Io Finish
BOY SCOUT CABIN
Curtain at 8:00 p.m.
FRIDAY and SATURDAY
RAY MILLAND in
Bugles in the Afternoon
In Technicolor — Plus —
Feature Length Cartoon
Bugs Bunny Revue
Kid's Matinee—2 p.m. Saturday
"Bugs Bunny Revue”
Doors open at 7:20 P.M.
Complete show can be seen any
time up to 8:30
Quality Job Printing at
The Mill City Enterprise
THE LADY OF THE TERRACE
April 17, 19, 1953 at 8 pm.
3-D Comes to Mill City
Randall’s FINE MEATS
Fancy Eastern Oregon Hereford
BEEF ROAST, Arm, Blade Cuts, Rumps
Fancy Eastern Oregon Hereford
BEEF STEAK. Round. T-Bone, Rib Steaks
FRESH GROUND BEEF
FRESH GROUND ROUND
LEAN SHORT RIBS
LEAN BEEF CUBES
Boneless New York Cut
Sirloin Tip Roast or Steak
Beef Tender I>oin
Fresh Beef Hearts and Tongues
U. S. No. 1 Dry Sugar Cured Seal Pack, full slices
Plump Young Hens, fully Dressed and Drawn lb 49c
buy Locker Beef Now!
Best »election of Fancy Eastern Oregon Hereford beef. Don’t faiF to
take advantage of these price». Convenient credit may he arranged.
Nothing down—a full year to pay.
Half or Whole
I WILL SELL AT PRIVATE SALE
Subject to approval of the
Marion County Court, the
John Stamos Farm
WE CAN SUPPLY YOU WITH FEED FOR
YOUR LIVESTOCK AND POULTRY.
OCR FEEDS ARE MIXED RIGHT HERE AT
HOME UNDER THE DR. HESS AND CLARKE
SAVE ON FEEDS AND GET THE BEST AT
of 160 Acres
Ixicated three miles West of Mill City,
in Marion County, Oregon
INSPEC TION MAY BE MADE AT ANY TIME
SANTIAM FARMERS CO-OP
I wish to sell this farm at an early date, in order to
close the Estate of said John Stamos.
D. B. Hill, Administrator