The Mill City enterprise. (Mill City, Or.) 1949-1998, July 23, 1953, Page 6, Image 6

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    THURSDAY JULY 23. 1951
THE MILL CITY ENTERPRISE
LYONS
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THIS WEEK ABOUT OUR BARGAINS IN THE
New Mill City Enterprise
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Many of you are receiving The Enter-
prise this week for the first time. Read
it every week to see the local news of
the^Canyon. It is YOUR newspaper.
You’ll find our SPECIALS listed in it
each week. Take advantage of these
bargains and
SAVE!!
Montana, and her sister and family,
Mr. and Mrs. Sid Wilkerson, Gwen,
Roger, Jerry and John from Darby,
Montana.
By Eva Bresakr
Mr. and Mrs. George Huffman and
Mrs. Pat Lyons returned home Sa- daughter
Jeanette, returned home
turday evening after spending sever­ Thursday evening
after spending the
al days at Seaside with her daughter
and children, Mrs. Ed Gisler from week at various points along the
Marion. Joan Trahan went with them. coast.
Mr. and Mrs. Ben Hochritt from
Mrs. Alice Huber has returned home
Mountain
View, Idaho, were Wednes­
after visiting in Portland at the home
of her daughter and son-in-law, Mr. day afternoon callers at the home of
and Mrs. George Keeley. She also Mr. and Mrs. Earl Allen.
Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Stevens and
visited with her brother and family
Mr.
and Mrs. Orville Downing spent
Mr. and Mrs. McDonald, at Long­
several days this week at East Lake
view, Washington.
Mr. and Mrs. Jim Lande who re­ near Bend.
Donna Peabody underwent minor
cently purchased a new home in Stay­
surgery
at the Salem Memorial hos­
ton and moved the first of the month
have sold their property in Lyons to pital this week, returning home the
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Sherwood of Co­ last of the week.
Miss Dana Reid from San Francis­
quille.
Mr. and Mrs. Virgel Rogers have co, California, is at the home of her
as their guests, her parents, Mr. and aunt and uncle, Mr. and Mrs. Weyne
Mrs. J. W. Allen from Des Moines, Kerr, She is assisting in the berry
Iowa. They were met in Portland harvest while here.
Mrs. E. L. Roye with her daughter
Sunday by the •Rogers’, where they
Mrs.
Laddie Pesek from Lebanon, left
with Mr. and Mrs. Frank Keith of
that city, visited at the home of Mr. Friday for Elgin, Oregon, where they
and Mrs. E. Hargreaves in Monmouth. will visit at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Stevens had as Lynn Roye.
Kenneth Bosanko has returned to ■
their guests over the weekend, Dr.
and Mrs. Robert Silvis of Eugene, Lyons and will take over his old job
and Mr. and Mrs. Walter Courteman- as agent at the Southern Pacific de­
che of Portland, Sunday callers at pot. Bosanko was agent here before
the Stevens home were Mr. and Mrs. entering service and has been recent­
C. I. Landsverk and grandsons Bob ly returned from Germany and
and Michael Moyis of Portland, and France.
Mrs. John Jungwirth has returned
Mr. and Mrs. F. Windoff, Dan and
Joyce from Grand Island, Nebraska, home after a months trip to North
also Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Lafky of Dakota and into Canada, where she
with her sister, Mrs. Clara Bender,
West Stay ton.
Mrs. Gladys Peabody from , Aber- visited relatives and attended the
deen, Washington, visited last week golden wedding anniversary of their
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Burl sister in North Dakota.
Mrs. Albert Bass returned home last
Smith and daughter Donna.
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Thayer and week from Eureka, California, after
children and Mr. and Mrs. Leo Cru- visiting at the home of her father,
son and children, made a trip to Mad­ Mr. Moses, who returned home with
ras and were overnight campers at them.
Mrs. Benford of Corvallis, is visit­
Blue Lake.
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Allen spent the ing at the home of her daughter and
weekend at the home of his aunt, Mrs. family, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Olm­
stead.
George Allen at Blue River.
Mr, and Mrs. Giles W’agner and
Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Smith, Dennis
and Ivalyn, with her parents, Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Sletto went to
Mrs. B. S. Barker, spent the weekend Lebanon Thursday evening, where
at Elk Lake, where the men enjoyed i they attended the meeting of the Po­
mona Grange. Mr. Wagner is master
fishing.
Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Lyons from of Santiam Valley grange of Lyons.
Clatskanie, were weekend visitors
with relatives in Lyons. He is a son
of Mr. and Mrs. R. P. Lyons and sis-
ter of Mrs. Wayne Ransom.
Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Lewis spent
the weekend at Seaside, where they —
attended the Miss Oregon contest.
Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Knight and
I children from Redding, California,
visited old friends in Lyons the last
I of the week. They were overnight
guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Glen Julian. The Knights are former
residents of this city, while he was
employed at the Box factory.
Mr. and Mrs. Leland Manning and
Mr. and Mrs. Cletus Nydegger of
I Stayton spent the weekend at East
Lake, returning home Sunday even-
’ ins.
Recent guests at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. Lloyd S. Slette were her
Nationally advertised
'cousins, Mr. and Mrs. William Neslon
Kraft Recapping it
your guarantee of
and daughter Carol from Chicago.
long, »aft, low colt ( 670-15
Mrs. Alex Bodeker returned home
mileage.
Friday evening after spending sever­
al days at Camp Magrudder, a sum­
And your old recappable tire
mer camp of the Womens Society of
Christian Service.
Saving YOl R tires is OUR business
Linda Culwell from California is
visiting at the home of her father and
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step-mother, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer
Culwell.
PHILIPPI TIRE SERVICE
Recent guests at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. Leo Cruson was her mother Mehama, Oregon Phone Lyons 143
Mrs. Earl White from St. Regis.
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RECAPPED
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$89.95
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PHONE: LYONS 143