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All of these checks were destroyed by burning
THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 10, 1953
guests Wednesday, at the home of Mr.
I Hudson's parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. S.
Mr*. Albert Millsap
School bells will ring in Gates Mon
Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Hudson left
day morning, September 21. High Friday morning for Coeur d'Alene,
school students will be greeted by Don Idaho, to spend the holidays at the
Miley, superintendent; Dale Reynolds, home of their son-in-law and daugh
(pl. and Mrs. William N. McClin
Mrs. Leta Dibblee and Darell Cross- ter, Mr. and Mrs. Niel Sargent.
tock left Wednesday evening for Camp
ler, members of the faculty, and in
Over the weekend guests at the J. H. Pendleton, Oceanside, California,
the giades by Mrs. Gwen Schaer, prin | Walter Brisbin home were their grand-1
after a thirty-day furlough spent with
cipal; Mrs. A. T. Barnhart and Mrs. daughter and husband, Mr. and Mrs.
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lowell
Margie Anderson. Mrs. Velma Carey Robert Wilson, from Klamath, Calif.
assisted by Mrs. Charles Tucker, will I Mrs. Wilson was, before her marriage Cree.
Mrs. Norman Garrison will be at the
be in charge of the hot lunches serv a month ago, Miss Birdie Larson.
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Good Samaritan hospital in Portland
ed in the high school dining room.
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Brisbin left for several weeks where she will un
Mayor and Mrs. Hutcheson had as [ Wednesday of this week, for a vaca-
their guest for ten days, Mr. Hutche i tion trip to Vancouver and Victoria, B. dergo her second eye operation. Mr.
son’s sister, Mrs, Kyle Meroney, from I C. They were accompanied as far as Garrison is employed temporarily in
Galveston, Texas. Friday norning Mr. . Spokane, Wa.-h. by Mrs. Brisbin's Lakeview.
and Mrs. Hutcheson left for Pendle ' sister, Mrs. Oscar Osterhout, who will
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ton to attend the regional softball visit in that city at the homes of her immunization was held at the health
tournament. On their return trip they brothers, James and Roy Arthurs and room at the elementary school last
sday, with fourteen in attendance.
planned to stop over in Portland and their families.
in Salem, to visit the state fair.
Jerry Larson has returned to Gates Mrs, . . A. E. Nesbitt assisted the health
From Raymond, Washington, at the from Klamath. Calif., where he has nurse.
East of the Bank
home of Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Rynearson been employed for the summer. He
Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Nesbitt and
were Mr. and Mis. Hugh Nelson, Mrs. will enter his senior year at the Gates Mr. and Mrs. Glen Blegen drove to Phone 1826
Rynearson’s aunt and uncle. During high, when school opens.
Albany Monday evening, where they
their two-day visit, Mrs. Rynearson
Thurlo Cole, son of Mr. and Mrs. attended an outdoor movie. The show
entertained in their honor at dinner. Burrel Cole and Lyle Fleetwood, son was one of Martin Johnson’s pictures
Those present besides Mr. and Mrs. of Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Fleet wood, made in Africa.
Nelson were Mrs. Alva McNamee of will leave Sunday for Klamath Falls
Callers at the D. W. Moffatt home
Portland, Harvey Syverson, Mill City, where they will enroll as students at Sunday forenoon were Mr. and Mrs.
and Bill DeFoe, Gates.
the Oregon Institute of Technology. Jim Knox and Mr. and Mrs. John
Mrs. Bertha Shepherd, who has been Cole is a veteran of the Korean war Ka.-ton of Boring, Ore, The two
in Stayton for some time, was brought and a graduate of the Gates high. couples were on a weekend sightseeing
home Sunday of last week. Mrs. Shep Fleetwood is a graduate of the Mill and camping trip.
herd has been in poor health for se City high, with the class of 1953.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Blazek return a
veral months. Mrs. Banner Hampton,
Mr. and Mrs. James Overlock and
of Florence, is caring for her mother two children from Seattle, who have ed Monday from Diamond Lake,
September 10, 11, 12
until help can be secured. Mr. and been house guests at the home of Mrs. where they had camped out since the |
previous Friday. They report a terri-1
Mrs. Harold Shepherd and family of | , Overlock’s paients, Mr. and Mrs. E.
All Technicolor Show
Tillamook spent the weekend with his L. Davis for several weeks, left for fic lightning and thunder storm in
DIE MURPHY and
their home Saturday.
Spending several days at the Mel-
Don Miley left the last of August
From Salem at the home of Mr. and
for Lima, Ohio, to claim and drive Mrs. Harry Harmon over the Labor bourne Rambo home have been Mr.
back to Gates a new school bus order Day holiday was Mrs. Wilmer Crites, and Mrs. Clifford Miller and Dwane o THE CIMARRON KID
ed by the board of directors of the nee Barbara Haun. Mrs. Crites is em of Glendale, Oregon. While here they '
Gates district. Mrs. Miley and daugh ployed in Salem while her husband is visited the Oregon State Fair, Peter- <
RHONDA FLEMING and
son’s Rock Gardens and Clear Lake. ■
ter, Nadine, spent part of the time in tiaining with the U. S. army.
Entertaining at dinner Monday were
her husband was away, at the home of
STERLING HAYDEN in
Mrs. Don Carey and son Jon of
her paients, Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Bol- Stayton, spent the days that Mr. Car Mr. and Mrs. Carl Chance, their guests !
nteier, in Salem.
ey was in Pendleton with the Mill
Mrs. Glenn Gordon returned Mon City softball team, with her parents, daughters of Portland, Mr. and Mrs.
Kenneth Chance and Deborah of Mill
day of last week from a trip to San Mr. and Mrs. Harold Wilson.
City, and Cliff Swift of Tacoma, Wrr.-
SUNDAY & MONDAY
Francisco, where she had visited re
Miss Janet Klecker, who visited her
Bill Jull, who is stationed on the
latives. She made the trip in company grandparents for ten days, returned
SUNDAY and MONDAY
with her sisters, Mrs. Louis deBuy of to her home in Stayton. Monday even refrigerator ship U. S. S. Pictor, is
September 13 ahd 14
Salem, and Mrs. Leonard Mayfield of ing. She is the grand-daughter of Mr. spending part of his furlough with
All Technicolor Show
his parents, Minister and Mrs. H. E.
DAN DAILEY. DIANA LYNN
and Mrs. Albert Millsap.
Jull. His ship has just recently re
Mr. and Mrs. Willard Hudson and
Recent house guests at the home of
two Rabies of Salem were overnight Mr. and Mrs. Lang Stafford were Mr. turned from a six-month stay in
Stafford’s brother, Tant Myers, from
Mrs. Harry Mason has as her guests
Sacramento, Calif. Mr. and Mrs. G. O.
for two weeks, her daughter and son-
Turney from Santa Monica, Calif., in-law. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Busch-
Mrs. Arlene Diggeller and three
man of Boulder, Colorado. Mr. Busch-
A QUEEN IS CROWNED
daughters of Seattle and Mr. and Mrs. man has a fellowship at the University
Shows at 4:30, 7:30 Sunday
H A M B U R G E R
Guy Bucharr from Goshen, Ore.
of Colorado and also is teaching at
Spending a day wtih Mrs. Stafford
the University part time.
was Miss Zeta Prichard of Mill City.
Mr. and Mrs. Lowell Cree. Betty ft
Among those attending the opening
Serving Delicious Hamburgers,
and Donnie, and Cpl. and Mrs.
| day at the state fair were Mr. and
Coffee, Pie and lee Cream
William McClintock attended funeral
Open Daily 2 p. m. to 10 p. m.
services in Salem Tuesday for Mrs.
rell Cole and Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Cree's four-month-old great neice,
Open Sunday 11 a.m. to 10 p. m.
September 15 and 16
Elaine Wehrli, who passed away Sun
Mill City, Oregon
Spending Sunday at the fair were
Mrs. Gwen Schaer, daughter Carol,
The North Santiam Sportsmen club
sons, Royal, Rodney and Roger, ac will meet Monday, September 14, at
companied by Ellen, Roberta and Otis Howell school between Mehama and
Stayton. Tom McAllister, sports co
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Levon and lumnist, will be guest speaker and
World’s funniest Comedy,
. Mrs. Levon's paients, Mr. and Mrs. movies of a vacation in Alaska will
•■CHARLEY’S AI N'T"
I Clarence Johnson, visited the fair on
Guests at the home of VIr. and Mrs.
Jo Joaquin and daughter Darlene Floyd Johnson for the weekend were I
. left Gates Friday morning to visit their daughter and family, Mr. and'
i over the Labor day holidays in Med Mrs. Gerald Hudgins and infant daug-i
Doors open at 7:20 P.M.
ford with relatives.
Complete show can be seen any
hter Sherry Lynn, of Ione, Wash. On
Sunday they called on Sherry Lynn's.]
time up to 8:30
Mrs. Alice Burton of Albany. Mrs.!
j Hudgins and Sherry Lynn will remain
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In Our Meat Department
LARD. 4 lbs. Reg. 97c
Pit NIC HAMS, lb.
BOSTON BUTT HAMS, lb.
PORK CHOI’S, lean tender, lb.
LOIN PORK ROAST, lb.
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Mill City, Oregon
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MU I ( ITY. OREGON