The Mill City enterprise. (Mill City, Or.) 1949-1998, August 13, 1953, Page 6, Image 6

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    I questionnaire from the National Gran- 6—THE MILL CITY ENTERPRISE THURSDAY. AUGUST 13, 1953
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evening, August
21, the
Farmers Un­ ) Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Mattson, who
Irvin Perry and wife from Mt.
ion will meet jointly with the grange
have lived here for the past six years Clemens, Michigan, and Eugene Shel­
and Ray Stout will be present to show
moved recently to San Diego, Cal.,
pictures of his tour through Greece. where Mr. Mattson is working at ton and wife from Pontiac, Michigan,
were the guests of Mr. Shelton’s bro­
Mrs. Keith Salchenberger, Donnie Camp Pendleton.
ther,
the Glen Shelton family, over
and Marilyn from Arcata, California,
the weekend. While they were here
are visiting at the home of her sister
Mr. and Mrs. Don Jenkins and fa* the families drove over to visit Glen
and family, Mr. and Mrs. John Kun­
kle. They will also visit her father, mily are spending this week vacation­ Shelton’s oldest daughter, Mrs. Vivian
Ben Bodeker and brother, Francis ing at Wecoma. They plan to return Miller and family. Monday morning
here Saturday. Don Agee is taking the relatives resumed their trip on
Bodeker and family of Mill City.
A recent guest at the home of Mr. care of the hardware store during down the Oregon coast, then through
California and on their w’ay home.
and Mrs. Leonard Cruson was Mrs. their absence.
Jean Pearce from Seattle, Washing­
ton.
The Mari-Linn school will begin on
September 21, due to the late harvest
of the bean crop, to allow pupils to
continue their work in the fields and
in the cannery,
Mr. and Mrs. Alex Bodeker were
hostesses Sunday to a picnic dinner
at their home honoring their daugh­
ter, Mrs. Norman Johnson of Salem,
on her birthday anniversary. Present
were Mr. and Mrs. Norman Johnson,
Chris and Curt, Mrs. Earl Hampton,
Douglas and Margo Lee, Mr. and Mrs.
At the Bottom of the Hill”
Gust Johnson and Bobie. Mrs. Harold
Wood and Scotty, all of Salem, Mrs.
Clyde Bressler and grandsons, Richie
and Larry, Elmer Hiatt and Mr. and
Mrs. Bodeker, of Lyons.
LYONS
By Eva Brewaler
Recent visitors at the home of Mrs.
Ina Stockwell was her brother and
wife, Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Andrews,
Sandra and Harold, from Denver, Co­
lorado, also her neice and husband,
Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Crumweed, Cur­
tis, Jr., and Kenny, from Omaha, Ne­
braska.
Mrs. Lizzie Bassett was pleasantly
surprised Sunday evening when her
brother and wife, Mr. and Mrs. George
Coon, arrived from Lohrville. Iowa,
also her nephew and family, Mr. and
Mrs. Lloyd Coon and sons, Harold
and Lyle.
Mr. and Mrs. Joe R. Johnson left
Saturday for Los Angeles, California,
where they were called by the serious
illness of his sister.
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Linquist and
Miss Aleyna Linquist from Cathala-
met, Washington, were recent visit­
ors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Burl
Smith.
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Allen were Sun­
day dinner guests at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. Gail Fox in Salem. The oc­
casion honored Mr. Fox on his birth­
day anniversary.
The regular meeting of the Santiam
Valley grange was held Friday even­
ing, August 7, wtih Master Giles
Wagner presiding over the business
meeting. At the lectures hour a gen­ HAVE YOU SUBSCRIBED TO THE
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