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About The Mill City enterprise. (Mill City, Or.) 1949-1998 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 8, 1953)
I *—THE M1U' rlTY ENTERPRISE
MILL CITY MEAT MARKET
CLUB, LODGE, AND LOCAL ACTIVITIES
Mrs. Vernon Todd, Woman’s Editor
Quality Meats and Groceries
Marilyn Baltzer and Donald
Kuiken Married Saturday Evening
Methodist in Lyons before leaving for Californ-
church was the setting for the wed I ia, where he will return to Camp
ding Saturday evening at 6 o’clock Roberts where he is stationed with
when Miss Marilyn Baltzer, daugh the U. S. Army.
ter of Mr. and Mrs. Art Baltzer be- ! Out-of-town _
came the bride of Donald Kuiken, son wedding were Mr. and Mrs. Jacob
| Weber of Woodburn, uncle and aunt
of Mr. and Mrs. Elva Kuiken.
1 Rev. Harold E. Sheriff read the of the bride and Mr. and Mrs. Leo
'ceremony before a setting of pastel Weber of Albany, cousins of the
shades of glads and pink and white I bride,
asters, to immediate relatives. Mrs. I ~
L. D. Walker
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The bride, given in marriage by |
her father, wore a blue fleck fall suit
15y Eva Bressler
| with a lavender throated white orchid.
Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Rogers have
. Her only attendant was Miss Joy
rj} Kuiken, sister of the groom, who was as their guests Phillip Piester, and
' attired in* a lavender fleck fall suit Earl Weist from The Dalles.
with pink and white corsage. Harvie
William Fetherston returned to the
irimes stood up with Mr. Kuiken as home of his daughter, Mrs. Sinclair
in Roseburg, after spending several
For her daughters’ wedding Mrs. days at the home of his niece and
Baltzer chose a dark colored suit, husband, Mr. and Mrs. Lovell Miller.
with pink accessories and pink carna
Mr. and Mrs. Alex Kuiken were
tion corsage, Mrs. Kuiken wore a : host and hostess for a buffet dinner
dusty rose colored afternoon dress at their home last Wednc'-day even
with black accessories and white car ing, honoring Donald Kuiken and his
fiance Miss Marilyn Baltze". Guests
A reception was held at the home were Donald Kuiken, Marilyn Baltzer,
of the brides’ parents at 7 o’clock Mrs. Elva Kuiken and Kathleen, Mr.
where many friends called to con and Mrs. Harvey Grimes and Norma
gratulate the young couple. The all Jean, all of Lyons, and Miss Irene
white bride’s table was centered with Kuiken of Salem, and the host and
a beautiful three-tiered wedding cake. hostess Mr. and Mrs. Alex Kuiken.
Cutting the cake and serving the
Sunday dinner guests at the home
punch were Miss Joy Kuiken and ' of Mrs. Sam Culwell were Mr. and
Mrs. Harvey Grimes, sisters of the Mrs. A. B. Culwell and Larry Allen
from Bend. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Cul
After a short wedding trip the well, Delmer and Donna. Mr. and Mrs.
young couple will spend a few days Hershel Culwell, Joyce, Thelma, Shir
ley and Andy from Lyons, Mr. and
Mrs. Ray Short of Salem. Monday
C. A. Bruders Entertain
evening Mrs Sam Culwell left for
In Honor of California Guest Ardmore, Oklahoma where she will
spend some time with relatives.
Mrs. Merle Waring of San Fran
The regluar meeting of the Santiam
cisco has been a guest of her brother, Valley grange was held Friday even
C. A. Bruder, for the past two weeks. ing with a small crowd in attendance
Mrs. Waring is a former Salem resi due to hunting season, The regular
dent who moved to San Francisco routine of business was carried out.
thirty years ago. This is her first Mr. and Mrs. Charles Wicklander
visit to Mill City in twenty years from the Russelville grange
and she was very interested in all Portland were guests of the evening,
the changes here.
and Mr. Wicklander gave a very in
Mr. and Mrs. Bruder and Mr. and teresting talk. He is a member of the
Curtis Cline took Mrs. Waring on state grange executive committee.
many motor trips while she was here
Mr. and Mrs. George Keeley and
Among the various places they visi Mr. and Mrs. Cochran of Portland
ted were the Detroit dam, Peterson’s were Sunday dinner guests at the
Rock Gardens, and the McKenzie Pass. home of Mrs. Keeley’s mother, Mrs.
Last Wednesday Mr. and Mrs. Alice Huber. The occasion honored the
Bruder and Mrs. Waring went to Port» birthday anniversary of Mrs. Huber.
land and visited at the home of Mr. Additional guests were Mr. and Mrs.
and Mrs. Wm. Bruder. Mrs. Waring Donald Huber, Dennis, Donna and
left for San Francisco from Portland Darrell of Lyons.
Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Johnston, Kath
During the visit of Mrs. Waring ryn and Tommy were weekend guests
the Bruders had a family gathering at the home of her parents Mr. and
at their home. Those present were: Mrs. Ed Thayer at Waldport.
Mr. and Mrs. Glen Rodgers of Stay
Miss Irene Kuiken of Salem, spent
ton and family, Mr. and Mrs. Gene the weekend at the home of her
Johnson and family of Silverton, Mr. parents, Mr. and Mrg. Alex Kuiken.
and Mrs. William Bruder and family
A committee meeting of the MYF
of Portland, Nancy and Claudia Bru group was held at the home of Mr.
The entire family was home and Mrs. Ivan Smith to make plans
for the day except the Gordon Bruder for a Halloween and skating party.
family who live in Georgia.
Merrill Brassfield, owner of the
Lyons Food Market is unable to be
in the store due to illness.
PLANS COMPLETED FOR
A lovely Indian summer day was
GARDEN CLUB WORK SHOP
more than welcome for the opening
I day of hunting season. Many hunters
Plans are completed for the Garden swarmed to the woods in most wooded
Club W’orkshop to be held in the areas. Some went to Eastern Oregon
Rebekah hall next Saturday, October
while others hunted the hills closer
10, beginning at 10 a. m.
There will be instructors from the
Oregon State Federation of Garden
Mr. and Mrs. ('Sarles Dolezal were
clubs to hold classes in corsage mak
business callers in Salem Saturday.
ing, decorations, and making of
Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Bonny, Salem,
The public is invited to come and
at the Ford "Wilson home over
learn to do these interesting things.
There will be many kinds of materials the weekend.
on display and for sale.
A Sunday visitor at the A. A. Le-
Those attending are asked to bring
a sack lunch. Members of the Mill Cours home was Mrs. LeCours moth
City Garden club will furnish hot er, Mrs. R. G. McRay of McMinnville.
coffee. It is also asked that flowers --------------------------------------------------- .
for corsage making be brought.
GARDEN ( I l B HAM DINNER
TO BE HELD OCTOBER 17th
Tickets will be on sale this week
end for the ham dinner being spon
sored by the Mill City Garden club
Saturday, October 17. Serving will be
at the Oddfellow hall from 5:30 to
This will be the first public dinner
given by the local group whch is a
civic organization, using its funds
for local projects.
Business and Professional
Mrs. W. W. Allen Leaves
For Trip to Honolulu
Mrs. W. W. Allen leaves Salem
this morning on the Shasta Dalyight
for San Francisco and plans to fly
. to Honolulu on Saturday. While in
San Francisco Mrs. Allen will be the
guest of Mr. and Mrs. Claire Ol
Mrs. Allen will spend about two
months in Hawaii as the guest of her
son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs.
Robert Allen. She will be there dur
ing Aloha Week, which is the out
standing Hawaiian festival of the
year, held each October.
While in Honolulu Mrs. Allen plans I
to see Mr. and Mrs. William Wach
ter and his son.
Mr. Wachter is
a former resident of Mill City, gradu
ating from high school here. He is
now head of the engineering depart
ment of the University of Hawaii.
Mrs. Allen will return home early
in December, sailing from Honolulu
on the Lurline on November 24 and
¡arriving in San Francisco the 30th.
Mrs. D. B. Hill entertained a group
of friends last Friday evening in
honor of Mrs. Allen. She was pre
sented with a gift. The centerpieces
for the refreshment tables cleverly
Salem Lady Entertains
Mill City Ladies Wednesday
Mrs. Ed Rupp of Salem entertained
members of the Women’s Associa
tion of the Presbyterian church at
a no-host luncheon at her home Wed
nesday afternoon of last week. Mrs.
Rupp is a former resident of Mill
The Mill City ladies attending the
luncheon were Mesdames Fred Gri
mes, Herbert Schroeder, James Swan,
Floyd Fleetwood, W. B. Shuey, Fred
Duffy, W. W. Allen, Verne Clark,
Ida Geddes and Miss Daisy Geddis.
Miss Georgia Shane of Salem, who
formerly lived in Mil iCity and in
formerly lived in Mill City and in
Gates was also present.
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DR. VICTOR J. MYERS
Poet Office Building. 2nd Floor
Phone: Stayton 2274
J. W. GOIN
Claade Lewis’ Service Station
Modern Fune mJ Service
Has moved his Mill City office to
Stayton in the Post Office Bldg.,
2nd Floor, in the
Dr. Victor J. Myers offices
Thursdays 1 p.m. to 6 p.m.
313 W. FIRST, ALBANY
Women’s Council Holds
Meeting Wednesday P. M.
At a meeting of the Woman's
Council of the Christian Church held
Wednesday afternoon of last week in
the church basement, plans were
made for the cooked food sale, ba
zaar and noon luncheon which will be
held October 11.
Mrs. Elmer Shaw, president, ap
pointed the following committee chair
men: kitchen, Mrs. Frank Caraway;
dining room, Mrs. William Misner;
bazaar, Mrs. Ike Meyers; and cooked
food, Mrs. C. A. Bruder.
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Scott left Friday
night for the area east of Bend hunt
ing. They got their deer Saturday
morning and returned here Sunday.
Mrs. Scott stated it was so cold
there Friday night that the water
bags on the front of the pickup froze
• True, that "little illness"
you’ve been mentioning in
an offhand way, may nv*
seem to amount to much-
just a few faint symptomsj
But, neglected, these "littla
ills” can lead to big bills for
doctors, medicines, etc; not
to mention needless suffering
and loss of precious time<
Consult a Doctor now—
you’ll save by it in the end«
And, of course, we hope you’ll
bring his prescription to us
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