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About The Mill City enterprise. (Mill City, Or.) 1949-1998 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 3, 1953)
MRS. MARGIE ANDERSON
Mrs. Margie Anderson, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Radin, Gates,
this week announces her engagement
to H. Richard Parker, son of Mrs. W.
R. Hutchinson, also of Gates. They
plan to be married some time in No
Born to Mr. and Mrs. Allen Thomp
•on, Mehama, Tuesday, August 18- a
Mr. and Mra. Ray Thompson and
sons, John and Patrick, left Friday
morning for Harrison, Idaho, being
called there bv the death of the for-
mer’a father, Ben Thompson. Deceas
ed, who was 93 years old and one of
Idaho’s first homesteaders, had beer
in poor health for a number of years.
The Thompson family returned hom<
Monday, after visiting relatives in
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S C O T C H L I T E
2—THE MILL CITY ENTERPRISE
THl RSDAY, SEPTEMBER 3, 1953
Business and Professional
By Eva Bressler
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| The Lyons Methodist church
' have Sunday school at 9:45, with Mrs.
John Prideaux, superintendent. Morn i
Physician & Surgeon
CLUB, LODGE, AND LOCAL ACTIVITIES
ing worship at 11 a. m. and Youth j
Fellowship at 7 p. m. Special music j
will be presented during the church i
Mrs. Roger Nelson Gives
I amu I Airman To Wed
services, also a nursery has been pro-1
Scio Girl at Lebanon Sun. vided
Interesting Report at
for the little folks.
1 DR. VICTOR J. MYERS
1-C Ernest L. Podrabsky,
Mrs. Sarah Cookingham and grand
Presbyterian Woman’s Meet Jr., Airman
son of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest L. daughter Randie and Mrs. Fred El
The Presbyterian Women’s Associa- Podrabsky of Mill City, will be unit
liott from Salem were Lyons callers
Post Office Building, 2nd Floor
I tion met on Wednesday afternoon at ed in marriage to Miss Marianne
Phone: Stayton 2274
i the home of Mrs. Ida Geddes, with Bell, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Mil Sunday evening. They were guests at
the home of Mr. and Mrs. Alex Bode
Miss Daisy Geddes, joint hostess.
fold R. Bell of Scio, Sunday.
ker. Both ladies are former residents
Mrs. Roger Nelson was program
They will be married at three of Lyons.
| leader and gave a very interesting o’clock in the afternoon at the First
Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Cruson, Mic
I talk on her topic, “Together we seek Methodist church in Lebanon. Friends
hael and Nikki, spent the weekend in
J. W. GOIN
to be good citizens’". She also gave a ' of the couple are invited to attend.
| report of her trip to the south during
Following the ceremony they will
Mr. and Mrs. John McClurg, Mr.
j be at home at George AFB at Victor-
and Mrs. Orville Downing, and Mr.
Members present were Mrs. Lester . ville, Calif.
Hathaway, Mrs. Roger Nelspn, Mrs.
Clande Lewis’ Service Station
night and Sunday in Bend, where they
Charles Kelly, Mrs. Noble Streeter, Mrs. Kenneth Lewis
attended the Softball Tournament
Mrs. John Swan, Mrs. James Swan,
which had been transferred from Mi»»
Mrs. W. W. Allen, Mrs. Charles Sulli Honored at Shower
van, Mrs. Clyde Rodgers and the two
LYONS—Mrs. Jim Phelps was hos City due to the rain. Carleton was
hostesses. Mrs. A. L. Hawkins, former tess at a shower honoring Mrs. Ken one of the players from Mill City.
General Dry Goods
member now living in Salem, was a neth Lewis of Mehama, held at her They reported Mill City winners and
they will go to Pendleton this next
guest at this meeting, as was Mrs. home Thursday evening.
Corbin and Mrs. Robert Armstrong.
Games and opening of gifts, and re
freshments furnished the entertain
Mrs. Goldie Hallin and Miss Gene
ment. Present were Mrs.
Lewis, the vieve Hallin of Eugene visited friends
‘"antiam Valley Harvest
I honored guest, and Mesdames Floyd in Lyons Monday evening. Tuesday,
Festival and Bazaar To
Bassett, Bert Lyons, Fred Lindemann, they were overnight guests at the
Be Held September 26th
Harley Scott, William McDowell, Vern home of Mr. and Mrs. Alex Bodeker.
The Santiam Valley harvest festi I Miller, Clyde Lewis, Joanne Kunkle, The Hallins were residents here when
val and bazaar will be held at the Lucille Lewis, Beulah Lewis, Mrs. Inez Mr. Hallin was superintendent at the
Modern Funeral Service
Mt. Jefferson company mill.
grange hall, Saturday afternoon and Ring, and the hostess, Mrs. Phelps.
Those sending gifts that were unable
evening, Septiember 26th.
Mrs. Leroy Hiatt of Roseburg vi-
Doors will open at 1 p. m.. Exhibits to attend, were Mesdames Albert sited relatives in Lyons Thursday af-
are open for anyone to enter with no Carr. George Berry, Albert Bass, temoon. In the evening a family
entry fee, but must be at the grange I Chester Roy, Frank Kimery, Clyde gathering and dinner was held at the
hall by 10 a. pi. Cash prizes will be Bressler, Alex Bodeker, George Huff home of Mr. and Mrs. Alex Bodeker.
man and Oscar Naue.
Present were Mrs. Hiatt of Roseburg,
The home economics club will serve
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Hampton, Douglas
Septic Tanks and Sewers Cleaned
a chicken dinner beginning at 6:30 V esper Band to Make
and Margo Lee, Mr. and Mrs. Norman
Phone SAIJCM 3-9468, COLLECT
with the program at 8 p. m., followed
Johnson, Chris and Curt of Salem, Mr.
Tape Recordings for
1079 Elm St., W. Salem
by the drawing of the door prizes
and Mrs. Leland Manning, Richie and
and lots of fun for everyone.
Larry. Mrs. Clyde Bressler, Elmer
LYONS—Mr. and Mrs. Russell Hiatt and Mr. and Mrs. Bodeker.
Devotion and Social Hour Wilson, Lyons, route one, were the A recent guest at the home of Mr.
and hostess for Mrs. Priscella and Mrs. Ivan Smith was his brother,
At Youth Fellowship Meet host
Wiltsie and the Vesper band at their M. L. Sgt. Glen M. Smith, who is
LYONS—Youth Fellowship held home. Plans were made to take tape stationed at Selfridge Air Force Base
j th^ir meeting at the church Sunday recordings of the music for the Ken near Detroit, Michigan. He was home
Garbage, ashes, trimmings, etc.
I evening before the fireplace, with El tucky Bible Institute to use on their to attend funeral services for his
weekly pickups $1.50 per month
don Thompson in charge of the devo radio programs, also the group will mother.
Also light hauling.
tions. Following the worship service sing at the Keiser revival meeting the
Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Berry Jr.
a social time was enjoyed by honoring last of September.
(Buster) and daughter Patricia, from
the birthday anniversaries of Hazel
Present were Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Brookings, Oregon, visited relatives
Neal and Bob Roy.
Adams, Mrs. Priscella Wiltsie, Erna
Attending were Norma Miller, Sal Sanford, Mrs. Aileen Hanner and in Lyons. They were guests at the ¡WHHn«HBönnsa«»KßöaöHHööH»
home of his grandparents, Mr. and I
ly Studnick, Doris Neal, and a friend, Phyllis Hanner, all of Salem, Mrs.
' Hazel Neal, Bob Roy, Bill James. Muriel Warner of Turner. Mr. and Mrs. George Berry. They also visited
at the Alex Bodeker and Paul Penn
i Bill Morgan, Kenneth Bosanko, Don- Mrs. Floyd Lacy of Aumsville, and
I aid Olmstead, Irwin Thompson, El- the host and hostess, Mr. and Mrs. ington homes.
' don Thompson and Rev. Sheriff. ,
Clatskanie, Thursday, where they
Has moved his Mill City office to
spent several days on a fishing trip.
Stayton in the Post Office Bldg.,
Mr. and Mrs. George Kimery and
2nd Floor, in the
children from Portland were recent
Dr. Victor J. Myers offices
visitors at the home of his mother,
Thursdays 1 p.m. to 6 p.m.
Mrs. Minnie Kimery.
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Remmenga
had as their guests over the weekend,
313 W. FIRST, ALBANY
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Burleson from
Glendale, California, Miss Ruby Lea- tfnnanpBU5»oüB>5bijiiBDnBomjtin
ger of Crookston. Oklahoma, Miss
Elsie Leager from Wichita, Kansas,
and Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Leager from
Shelton, Washington. They also visit
ed at the home of Mrs. Annie Lechlit-
Miss Joyce Hargreaves from Mon
mouth is staying at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. Ivan Smith and working in
the cannery at Stayton.
Fifteen young people with Rev.
and Mrs. Harold Sheriff, went to Le
banon Wednesday evening, when
they enjoyed a skating party.
William Fetherston, formerly of
• Don’t expect your Phy
Lyons, who has been seriously ill with
sician to perform mira
pneumonia at the home of his daugh
cles. Remember, it takes
ter in Roseburg, is reported to be
more time and effort to
climb uphill than to coast
Mr. and Mrs. George Meilke and
down! Your patience and
daughters of Eugene, spent the week
full co-operation are es
end in Lyons with relatives. Mrs.
sential to rapid recovery.
Meilke is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
R. P. Lyons and sister of Mrs. Wayne
Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Sletto, Lyons,
route one, were host and hostess at a
dinner at their home Friday evening.
Present were Mr. and Mrs. Ed Taylor,
Mrs. Mae Patton, Mrs. Jennie Bohan
non, and Cecil Teagarden. The occas-
sion honored the birthday anniversar
ies of Mr. and Mrs. Taylor and Mrs. '
Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Wright from
Creswell spent Friday night at the
home of his mother, Mr. and Mrs.
Loren Chamberlain. Saturday they
all went to Redmond, where they visit
ed at the home of Mrs. Alexander, a
sister of Mrs. Chamberlain, and also
visited the Peterson’s Rock Gardens.
Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Burmester of Ly
ons attended a picnic of the Burmester
family held at Avery park in Corval
lis, Sunday. The occassion honored the
75th birthday anniversary of Chris
Burmester of Scio, August 30th, also
Mrs. Burmester, who was 70, August
Sth. Attending were the honored
guests, and Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Flem
ing. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Burmester
and daughter Janice of Scio, Ernest
Naftxger, Mrs. Agnes Vohland of Sa- |
lem, Mr. and Mrs. Clinton Burmester, 1
Dale, Monte, and Susan of Lebanon, |
and Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Burmester of i
JohnW. Reid, MD.
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Capitol Drug Co.
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