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About The Mill City enterprise. (Mill City, Or.) 1949-1998 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 1, 1953)
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THURSDAY. OCTOBER I. 1953
of their first grandchild. A daughter, Gates Reading Club
was born to their son and wife, Mr.1
By Eva Bressler
and Mrs. Lynn Roye of Elgin. The I Honors Mrs. Albert Millsap
Glen Julian, Jr., son of Mr. and I little miss has been named Kathleen I On Birthday Anniversary
Mrs. Glen Julian, is suffering with i Reana.
GATES—The Gates Reading Club,
severe bruises he received when he i
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Lindemann and a group of neighbors who meet each
fell from a horse.
children moved the last of the week to week during the winter months for
October 1, 2 and 3
Several from Lyons attended funer their new home east of Lyons. The the purpose of reading good books,
al services for Mrs. Effie Heineck, , Ed Cruson family is moving into the met at the home of Mrs. Albert Mill
DOUBLE 3-D PROGRAM!
held in Stayton Tuesday morning. Mrs. . house vacated by the Lindemanns.
sap, Friday evening. Mrs. Millsap,
RANDOLPH SCOTT and
Buddie Bridges, one of the three whose birthday fell on that day, was
Heineck was a former resident of Ly
CLAIRE TREVOR in
ons while they owned and operated
complimented and surprised to receive
the Heineck grocery. She passed aw burned in the gas explosion and fire two birthday cakes and a shower of
ay at her home in Aumsville, Satur at their home, September 3rd, under handkerchiefs and good wishes from
WORE A GUN
day morning, September 19. Services went surgery for skin grafting at the Mrs. Don Miley, Mrs. Glenn Gordon,
First run—In Technicolor—Plus
were in charge of the Weddle Funeral Santiam Memorial hospital, Tuesday Mrs. W. F. Struckmeier, Mrs. Philip
The 3 STOOI.ES in
home with Faith Rebekah Lodge of
Hess, Mrs. Walter Brisbin, Mis. W. S.
another 3-D Riot!
Lyons of which she was a member, as to the St. Vincent hospital in Portland Hudson, Mrs. Jack Brown. Mrs. W. R.
last week, is reported to be slowly Hutcheson and Mrs. Floyd Völkel.
sisting in the services.
Seveial also attended funeral ser improving.
The Three Links club of Faith Re
vice Wednesday afternoon in Stayton
Kids Club Matinee—2 p.m. Sat.
for E. E. Miller of Mehama, who was bekah lodge, held their meeting in the
Barbara Stanwyck in
killed in an auto accident Sunday hall, Friday, with a pot luck luncheon At Streeter Home Thurs.
• ANNIE OAKLEY”
evening. Mr. Miller was a resident of
The Ladies Aid of the Community X Also MUIR'S Birthday Cake for
this community approximately 35
Ila Mae Albright, Shereen Muir,
held. The time was spent in good time Presbyterian church of Mehama, met
Phyllis Nygaard. Carol Ann
and visiting. While there they measur at the home of Mrs. Noble Streeter of
Friends in Lyons recently received ed the kitchen for new linoleum. Pre Mill City, last Thursday afternoon.
Stevens, Sharon Whitsett and
word of the death of Mrs. Gertrude sent ewere Garnett Bassett, Helen
Mrs. Harrj' Monroe led the program
Caldow, who passed away several
Johnston, Hazel Lewis, Mildred Carr which was based on the topic, “Life
months ago at Watertown, South Da and Inez Ring.
and Path of the Church around the
SUNDAY & MONDAY
kota. The Caldows were former re
Mrs. Charles Cruson was hostess World," Those present from Mehama
October I and 5
sidents of this community and were for a dinner at her home Monday ev- were Mrs. Keith Philips, Mrs. Don
ALAN LADD and
living in Sweet Home when Mr. Cal ening, honoring Mrs. Donald McWhirk Peters, Mrs. Ken Golliet, Mrs. Harry
VIRGIN! \ M WO in
dow passed away.
on her birthday anniversary. Covers Monroe, Mrs. May Patton and Mrs.
Mrs. George Berry and Mrs. Atbert were laid for Mr. and Mrs. McWhirk, Jennie Moe.
Carr were recent visitors at the home Marla, Erroll, Hugh and Ronda, and
of Mr. and Mrs. Willard Berry at Mr. and Mrs. Charles Cruson and
Feature at 5:20 and 7:30 Sunday
Sweet Home. Willard who has been Bonnie. Later in the everting, Mr. and
quite ill, was much improved.
1 Mrs. Leo Cruson, Buddy and Mary Jo,
TUES. WED. and
Mrs. Cora Corbett of Salem spent and Mr. and Mrs. Claude Hopkins
JERRY’S CORNER . . • •
several days in Lyons at the home of came in for ice cream and cake, also
her brother, Mr. and Mrs .Clyde Bress Boyd Blair of Portland.
Oil your guns and
6, 7 and 8
ler. She also visited at the home of
Sunday dinner guests at the home Sharpen your knives,
Mrs. Leota Worden and the Earl Al of Mr. and Mrs. John McClurg were
Say good bye to the kids
Great Cartoon Feature
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Hayward and her
The five-weeks-old daughter of Mr. mother, Mrs. Anderson of Portland
and so long to your wives.
and Mrs. Harvey Kanoff is reported to and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Carleton,
be doing satisfactorily following ma Larry and Caroline of Fox Valley.
A fascinating true-life
jor surgery at the Salem General hos
Recent visitors at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. Leo Cruson were Mr. and
pital Monday evening.
If we don’t see you around,
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Fetherston of Mrs. Claude H. Hopkins from Darby,
Prinville, foimer resident of Lyons, Montana.
are the parents of a baby girl. This
is their fourth daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Annual Bazaar Planned
O. S. Toland of Lyons are the grand- 1
Gene Teague Chevrolet
Doors Open at 7:00 P, M.
At Meeting of Womens
Complete show can be seen any
Mrs. Sid Grugget of Newport visited Christian Service at Lyons
time up to 8:30
at the home of her daughter and fa
LYONS—Women Christian Society
mily, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Pennington. ; Service held their meeting, Tuesday
Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Roye are receiv afternoon at the home of Mrs. Clyde
ing congratulations upon the arrival Bressler, with Mrs. George Huffman r
president, presiding over the meeting
A Good Place To Buy
and Mrs. Virgil Rogers,i secretary.
Mrs. Willard Hartnell was in charge
NEW And USED FURNITURE
of the progiam and devotions. The
( ome into our store, you’ll find what you want at
main discussion of the afternoon was
making plans for the annual bazaar
a price you can afford to pay
which will be held in the near future,
with committees to be appointed la
ter. Mrs. Alex Bodeker, Mrs. Ivan
Serving Delicious Hamburgers,
Smith and Mrs. Clyde Bressler was
Coffee, Pie and Ice Cream
appointed a committee to see about
Open Daily 2 p. m. to IB p. m.
buying dinnerware for the society.
Open Sunday 11 a.m. to 10 p. m.
Mrs. E. L. Roye and Mrs. Alice
Mill City, Oregon
Huber were appointed the visiting
committee for October. The subdistrict
meeting will be held October 6, at
West Salem, with as many to go as
Attending the Tuesday afternoon
A ELECTRIC SU PPLIES
meeting were Mesdames Chester Roy,
Willard Hartnell, Donald McWhirk.
DEALERSHIP FOR MONTAG ELECTRIC RANGES
Van Prichard, E. L. Roye, Leonard
Cruson, Virgil Rogers, Ivan Smith,
George Huffman, Albert Remmenga,
Loren Chamberlain, Oscar Naue,
Floyd Bassett, E. S. Barker, Mrs. Al
ice Huber, Mrs. Inez Ring, and the
hostess, Mrs. Bressler. Guests of the
afternoon were Mrs. Cora Corbett of
Salem and Mrs. Ed Cruson of Lyons.
8—THE MILL C1TT ENTERPRISE
Lyons and Stayton Women
Of Christian Service Have
Joint Missionary Meeting
STORE HOURS—7:00 to 7:00 Except Sundays and Holidays
5 ms 79c
PORK&BEANS reg.25c 7 for AEc
Van Camp’s 2’4 size
PANCAKE FLOUR, reg. 57c AO<
Except Eagle Brand
Dinty Moore Beef Stew, regular 55c
Holliday Margarine, lb. 19c
IN OUR MEAT DEPARTMENT
15c Coupon in each can
Swift’s Oriole, lb.
2 pounds ...................
LYONS—The Lyons Womens So
ciety of Christian Service members
enjoyed a joint missionary meeting
with the Stayton Womens Society of
Christian Service, held at the Metho
dist Church in Stayton. Thursday af
ternoon. Mrs. Ray Nye, Stayton, and
Mrs. Alice Huber, Lyons, are sercetar-
ies of Missionary Education and Ser
The afternoon speaker was Mrs. J.
H. Baldwin from Corvallis. She talked
on the Mary J. Johnston hospital at
Manila in the Philippine Islands, and
was a nurse there when the Methodist
hospital was first built.
Those attending from Lyons were
Mesdames E. L. Roye, Leonard Cru
son, Alex Bodeker, Floyd Bassett,
Charles Cruson, Mrs. Alice Huber and
Mrs. Inez Ring.
Salem Sand & Gravel Co.
Phone Stayton (Wright Truck Line) 2125
Common Carrier — Heavy Machinery and Eqiypment
EXCAVATION & CONSTRUCTION
Contracting and Rental
a friendly warning
Viv's Steak House
• • •
A bout that old prescription Dr. Jones wrote for you
two years ago. The bottle is on the shelf in your
Open 6 A.M. to 11 P. M.
medicine cabinet, about one-fourth full. It would
be safer for you and your family to discard it. Some
one might take it by mistake, or a child might be
attracted to it bv the bright color and do himself
harm. Manv medicines deteriorate after eiposuie to
light and air. On long stand in«, some compounds
change their chemical structure. Yes, the safe thing
See Us For Locker Meats
to do is to throw it away. If illness again ov-rtakea
you, see your doctor. Bring his prescriptions to us
These Prices effective Friday and Saturday only
Daily Delivery in the City
Order Deadline 3:00 P. M
Mill City, Oregon
Stomach and Colon Disorders
DR. R. REYNOLDS
Mill City Pharmacy
J. C. KIMMEL
MILL CITY. OREGON