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About The Mill City enterprise. (Mill City, Or.) 1949-1998 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 10, 1953)
THE MILL CITV ENTERPRISE
THl RSDAY. SEPTEMBER 10. 1951
Mrs. Art Baltzer is reported as do
ing satisfactorily at the Salem Me
morial hospital following major sur
gery Wednesday morning.
By Eva Bressler
Mrs. Alwood Aronson and sons, Ray
Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Burmaster were and Paul, returned home Sunday af
Saturday dinner guests at the home ter spending a month in Duluth, Minn,
of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. William with relatives and friends.
Beran of Roger Mountain. Additional
Clifford Kimery, who has spent the
. guests were Mrs. Beran's sisters and past several months in Lyons at the
their husbands, Mr. and Mrs. Edward home of his mother, Mrs. Minnie Kim-
Pamperin, and Mr. and Mrs. Serap- j ery, has returned to his home in Ne-
i hin Chehak from Portland. The occa I braska.
sion honored the Pamperin’s on their
Charles Hiatt of Redmond visited
36th wedding anniversary, also the relatives in Lyons the last of the week
birthday anniversary of Mr. Pamperin enroute home from Hood River.
which was the following day.
Miss Rean Fletcher and her mother
Mr. and Mrs. Richaid Brown and of Salem were recent visitors in Ly-
little son from Medford were weekend 1 ons. They called at the home of Mrs.
guests at the home of her parents, Alice Huber. Miss Fletcher, who is
Mr. and Mrs. Orville Downing. They , the new teacher at the Mari-Linn
returned home Monday.
will have board and room at
Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Lyons and son 1 school,
Larry from Clatskanie spent the week the Mrs.
Free and children have
end in Lyons. They were guests at I returned Lloyd
from Rochester, Min-
the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. ' nesota, after spending
a month at the
R. P. Lyons, also his sister and hus
band, Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Ransom. j home of her parents and other rela-
Mr. and Mrs. Geoige Balsiger from I tives.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Farrel left for
Underwood, Wash., were Monday cal
home in San Francisco, Califor
lers in Lyons. The Balsigers are for
mer residents of this city, having own nia, after visiting at the home of Mr.
Mrs. E. L. Roye. While here Mrs.
ed and operated a grocery store here. and
Mr. and Mrs. Owen Minich of Port Roye with the Farrels, spent a week
land were Labor day guests in Lyons. vacationing in Canada. Mr. Farrel is a
Mrs. Minich is a sister of Mrs. Martha brother of Mrs. Roye.
Mr. and Mrs. R. P. Lyons is spend
Hiatt and Bert and Pat Lyons.
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Downing and ing several days in Portland. They
daughters Irene and Marlene from are guests at the home of his sister
Sutherlun, visited at the home of his and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Owen Min-
brother, Mr. and Mrs. Orville Down ich.
ing enroute home after attending the
Oregon state fair.
Several from the community have
made trips to the huckleberry patch
and repprt the berries not too plenti-| Hot Rod—A tornado on
ful this year.
Ronald Lengacher was brought1
home Monday evening from the San Jalopy—A wreck looking
tiam Memorial hospital, following in
for a place to happen.
juries he received Sunday evening in
Dog—A worn out jalopy
a car accident. When his car struck
wet pavement, it went into the ditch.!
Several from Lyons attended funeral |
on the other hand
services for Paul Duman held at Our
Lord’s Catholic church in Jordan, Mon A Good Deal
A good reconditioned used
Mrs. Elva Kuiken, Joy and Kath- j
car from the
leen, are visiting relatives in Hood
River. Miss Joy Kuiken, a graduat-’ I
Gene Teague Chevrolet
from the Oregon College of Education ■
Used Car Lot, Stay ton
will teach in the Springfield school t
Specials for Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday
TUNA White Star Grated
fl R^^ A Brown or Powdered
TIDE Giant Package
Have You Tried the
6 9 C
Tdiet Tissue $1
Sunshine Graham Crackers, lb. 32c
GOOD AND TENDER
Rib Steak 49c
Buy a Tankful from us
IT COSTS NO MORÍ] TO GET THE BEST
We Give S & H Green Stamps
Mehama Richfield Station
Come to the
FRANKS * ib ™° 29c
On Good Quality Meat
Shankless Picnic 4 9
HAMS lb. 4ÖC
Open 9 to 2 on Sundays
Beef Heart, Liver, Tongue, lb. 33c
We reserve the right to limit quantities
Sat., Sept. 26
Between Mehama and Lyons
Plan to attend this annual event. Anyone living in
the area is invited to participate. Prizes will be
given for the best Produce. Canned Goods, Fancy
Work, Cake, Cookies, Bread, etc. Come take part.
Begins at *:00 P. M. Don’t Miss It.