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About The Mill City enterprise. (Mill City, Or.) 1949-1998 | View Entire Issue (May 7, 1953)
5— THE MILL (TTY ENTERPRISE
May 7, I’d
Mrs. McDowel! Honor Lyons Woman Travel
Guest at Shower
To Monmouth Meet
Mrs. Franklin McDowell, (tie former
The Lyons Women’s Society of
Miss Maxine Scott, the honor guest Christian Service members went to
at a bridal shower held at the Re- Monmouth Monday
bekah hall Monday evening with Mrs. all-day meeting at the home of Mrs.
Otto Weidman, Mrs. John Kunkle and Ed Hargreaves, a former member of
Mrs. Alex Bodeker as hostess.
Lyons. A no-host dinner was served
Kathryn Johnson favdring with an at the noon hour, followed by the
acocrdion solo, followed by opening of business meeting with Mrs. Alice
' Huber, president, in charge, and Mrs.
the gifts and refreshments.
Those present to honor Mrs. Me-' Har«reavw in charge of the devo
Dowell were Mrs. Ed Davis, Gates; tions.
Plans were made for the mother
Mrs. Frank Cruthers, Mill City; Mrs.
Wayne Leirman, Stayton; Mrs. Ray and daughter banquet which will be
Roberts, Mehamk; Mesdames Harvey held in the all-purpose room at the
Grimes, Hugh Johnston, Jim Lande, ?,Iari£inn sch°o1 Thursday evening,
Glen Julian, Pat Lyons, Earl Aleln, May 28.
Installation of officers will be held
John Lengacher, Oscar Naue, George
Huffman, Chester Roy, Floyd Bassett, a*
next meeting with Mrs. Lau-
Alex Bodeker, Bud Johnson, Harley rence " alworth of Salem doing the
Scott, George Berry, Albert Carr, John inst*H*nK-
Worden, Clyde Bresler, Bob Carleton. ’ Goin^ t0 Monmouth were Mesdames
Orville Downing, Ralph Downer, Clyde I'an Smith, Leonard Cruson, ( harles
Lewis, John Kunkle, Otto Weidman, Cruson, Floyd Bassett, Glen Julian,
Mrs. Elva Kuiken, Mrs. Alice Huber,1
Rogers, Mrs;Alice Huber, Mrs.
Misses Beulah Lewis, Ruby, Naue, Hudson of Lyons, Mrs. Albert Julian
Cheita Lande, Norma Miller, Virginia j of Scio, and Mrs. Anna Johnson of
Boyce, Janet Huffman, Jeanette Huff Rickreall, former members of Lyons.
man, Hazel Neal, Judy Kunkle, Kath
ryn Johnston, Juanita Kunkle, Mar
jorie Worden, Kathleen Kuiken, Nona
McDowell, all of Lyons.
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Sending gifts were Mesdames Percy
the stockmen already have, just the
Hiatt, John Prideaux, John McClurg,
same as all other citizens.”
Fred Steinfelt, Mrs. Cora Jenner, Mrs.
Other bad features of the bills in-
Hazel Wirth, Pat Tate and Dorothy
; elude one that would give stockmen
with grazing privileges virtually non-
cancellable leases, with the further
privilege of transferring them to other
, paities, which is a most extraordinary
1 landlord-tenant arrangement.
"The national forests were estab-
Mill City Scout Troop No. 49 and i lished mainly for the vrotection of
Scoutmaster Charles Kelly were pres-' the west-s yital watersheds in the
ent for the Calapooya district Cam- public interest, and for the orderly
poree at Camp Knut Morrison near production and harvest of timber,”
Jordan, Saturday and Sunday.
said De Witt. “Grazing is a privi
Sixteen units and 225 Scouts and lege, just as is the seeking of clean,
their leaders took part in the meet healthful outdoor recreation on the,
Outdoor skills, troop, patrol national forests by some 30 million
competitions and camping “know how” Americans every year. Grazing in
occupied the two-day period.
The terests already have all the rights
Albany scout group took highest hon they should have. We feel every citi-
I zen who loves the outdoors should
ors in the competition.
Mill City Scouts are sponsored by write his congressman and his sen-
Mill City Lions club.
ators in opposition to these bills.”
Four Detroit Seniors
Graduate June 2
SUNDAY & MONDAY
3rd DIMENSION !
“A Day in the Country”
By MRS. S. T. MOORE
Detroit—Four senior students will
share the graduation spotlight at De
troit-Idanha high school exercises in
the gymnasium June 2.
The small class includes two stu
dents who have attended high school
here for four years, Alice Fryer who
completes her twelfth year at the
Detroit-Idanha school, and Raymond
Wallace who has attended for five
Other graduating seniors are Jules
Hill who came to Detroit as a sopho
more and Jeannette Knodel who has
attended one year.
Small classes are characteristic in
this school which averages 35 students
and has recorded sevetal years with
no graduating students and others
with from one to seven.
Guest speaker for the commence-
ment program will be Dr. Roy c. Me
Call, head of the University of Oregon
speech department. Student speakers
will be Jeannet Knodel and Alice
Baccalaureate services will be held
at the Detroit church on May 31 at
— Also —
Lloyd Bridges. Marie Windsor in
“The Tall Texan”
Shows at 3.30, 5:30. 7.30 Sunday
Betty Lou Cree will be salutatorian
of the 1953 Mill City high school
Donna Jean Nelson has betn named
valedictorian of Mill City high grad
(Photo courtesy Capital Journal)
(Photo courtesy Capital Journal)
MRS. ADAMS HONORS
Adams and Ronnie, Mrs. George Child
Jr. and Shelley, Mr. and Mrs. George
Child Sr. Maurice and Kyron, Miss
Mr. and Mrs. Ray Adams of Me-
Cleo Adams, and Gene Rychard.
hama 1 gave a party Friday evening.
May lst> honoring the first birthday
of their son Steven Ray.
Guests present were Mr. and Mrs.
John Zolkoska, James Zolkoske, and
Gary Zolkoske, Mr. and Mrs. Ollie
Mrs. Martig Elected
President Gates Club
THAT WONDERFUL SECURE FEELING
AS YOU WALK
LIFE'S TIGHT AYIR£
Q uickly B uild
ypvR C ushion
to know you
SAVINGS in the
B ond - amowh
P lan at
Mill City Boy Scouts
Attend District Comp
-A m O, if you Rl
1? ì &M anni
MILL CITY MEAT MARKET
Special for the U. S. Treasury
Quality Meats and Groceries
about your navy
Plenty of Action!
VICTOR MATURE and
— Plus — In Technicolor
(HARLEY HESTON and
Kid’s Matinee—2 p.m. Saturday
RED SKELTON in
"EXCUSE MY 1HST”
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
For Guaranteed Cleaning
Clone« at fl P.M.
*1.50 per month and up
Also serving Gates. Lyons,
Idanha and Detroit
“Suffered 7 years
-then I found Pazo
brings amazing relief!*9
s « j » b Mr. M. W., ¿.a« Angtlet, Calif.
Speed amazing relic! from miseries of
simple piles, with soothing Pazo*! Act«
to relieve pain, itching imtantly— soothes
inflamed tissues—lubricates dry, hard
ened parts—helps prevent cracking, sore
ness—reduce swelling. You get real com
forting help. Don’t suffer needless torture
from simple piles. Cel Pazo tor fast, won
derful relief. Ask your doctor about it.
Suppository form — also tubes with per.
iorated pile pipe for easy application.
(With $3.00 trade-in on old iron.)
G-E Elecric Blankets, was $57.95, now
Records _ Pick out her favorite records or
ALBUMS FROM OUR LARGE STOCK
ALSO SOME LARGE APPLIANCES
to make room for new models just arriving—
Save as much as $30 to $10 on some items.
I WILL SELL AT PRIVATE SAI E
Lyons School Auditorium
Fri., May 15th,
We carry only nationally advertised brands such as:
G-E — SUNBEAM — UNIVERSAL — NORGE
and PHILCO — with factory supervised service
Stiffler's Radio & Appliance Co.
The Community Methodist Youth
group were hosts for a farewell party
held at the parsonage Sunday evening
honoring Donald Sieg, son of Mr. and
j Mrs. Andrew Sieg, who left for the
I service Tuesday morning.
Present were Donald Sieg, the hon
ored guest, Hazel Neal, Doris N’eal,
Marjorie Prichard, Verna Sieg, Sandra
Knox, Gloria-Carr, Norma Miller, Bill
Morgan, Donald Olmstead, Ervin
Thompson, Bill Janies, and Virgil
Trout. At the close of the evening
refreshments were served by Mr. and
Mrs. Ed Sieg and Mrs. Merwin Knox.
The Portland District, Corps of En-
gineers, has invited bids for construc
tion of masonry partitions around the
elevator and conduit shaft in the De- '
troit Dam powerhouse, six miles west [
of the town of Detroit on the North
Bids will be opened at 2 p.m, May
12 in the office of Col. Thomas H. 1
Lipscomb, Portland District Engineer. I
618 Pittock Block, Portland. All work
must be completed by June 8 of this
Bids have been invited under serial
YOU CAN’T AFFORD NOT TO MAKE MOTHER
H M’PY WHEN YOU SHOP OUR PRICES ON
Regular $20.00 Automatic Toasters, special
Donald Sieg Honored
With Farewell Party
CORI’S OF ENGINEERS
CALLING FOR BIDS
Mother’s Day Gift Sale
Radios, all types
Deep Fat Fryers, regular $32.95, now
Mrs. Walter Brisbin opened her
home to members of the Gates Wom
ans’ club, Thursday evening of last
week with Mrs. Buirel Cole and Mrs.
Glen Henness assisting hostesses.
Mrs. W. S. Hudson presided at the
business session. Election of officers
for the new year was held. Mrs. Ken
neth Martig was elected president;
Mrs. George Bailey, vice president;
Mrs. Phillip Hess, secretary and Mrs.
Lewis Brown was re-elected for the
office of treasurer.
Mrs. W. R Hutcheson, chairman o'
the building committee and member
of the board of trustees, was re
elected to serve on the board for a
term of three years.
Mrs. Glenn Gordon sang with Mis.
Don Miley at the piano.
The next regular meeting of the
club will be held Thursday evening.
May 21, for installation of the new
officers and the names of the “secret
pals” will be revealed.
GET YOUR B onds
MONTHLY ON THE
Irons, all types and brands
DANA ANDREWS and
MARTA TOREN in
“Your Local Dealer’’
East Mill City on Highw ay
Subject to approval of the
Marion County Court, the
John Stamos Farm
of 160 Acres
STAYTON HIGH SCHOOL BAND
Located three miles West of Mill City,
in Marion County, Oregon
Lyons Community Orchestra
furnishing old time popular music
INSPECTION MAY BE MADE AT ANY TIME
BATON TW IRLING
INSTRI MENTAL SOIXAS r.nd DIETS
Please reserve this date for an evening of good
entertainment. The proceeds will go toward the
rebuilding of the Lyons church.
FREE WILL OFFERING
I wish to sell this farm at an early date, in order to
close the Estate of said John Stamos.
D. B. Hill, Administrator