The Mill City enterprise. (Mill City, Or.) 1949-1998, December 31, 1953, Page 3, Image 3

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    3—THE MILL CITY ENTERPRISE THURSDAY, DECEMBER 31. 1953
MILL CITY MEAT MARKET
Quality Meats and Groceries
FOOD LOCKERS
FROZEN FOODS
Season’s Greetings
May the New Y’ear be “bustin” with Good Luck,
Health, Happiness, Presperity
LYONS
the mill city
MEHAMA
Mrs. John Teeters
ENTERPRISE
Mr. and Mrs. Ken Golliet were
By Eva Breaaler
hosts to the store personnel and their
The Christmas holiday united many Enteted as second class matter No- families for their annual Christmas
.<44 at the xiost office_at
families in Lyons as well as many vem!
party and gift exchange. Sunday af­
leaving for various places to spend Mill City, Oregon, un.lei the Arf of ternoon, December 20. About 24 adults
March
3,
1879.
the Yuletide with relatives.
and children were at the Golliet home
Guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Per Year Marion-l.inn Counties $2.5# to enjoy the party.
Ivan Smith were Mr. and Mrs. Seth Outside Marion-Linn Counties $3.#0
Mr. and Mrs. Thorp Johnson and
Smith, Marilyn, Norman and Lorna
son of Toledo visited relatives here
of Hillsboro, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth DON W. MOFFATT Editor-Publisher during the holiday.
Smith of Cornelius, T-Sgt. and Mrs.
Visiting at the E. J. Hughes home
Glen Smith, Yvonne, and Sybil from
during the Christmas week were Mr.
HAPPY
NEW
YEAR
Detroit, Michigan. Sgt. Smith will go
As a new year begins, it is the and Mrs. M. V. Frame from Oak­
to Korea in January.
ridge. Mr. and Mrs. L. I. Mulkey from
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Allen, Mrs. Leota part of w iadom for a nation, like a Portland, and Mr. and Mrs. Dan
business,
to
review
its
assets
and
its
Worden and Marjorie went to Stayton liabilities.
Hughes from Astoria.
where they were guests at the home
Clifford Crook who is stationed
The United States has an unrivaled
of Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Lierman.
standard of living. Our men and with the Air Force at Shepherd Field,
j Mrs. Elaine Hadley. Allen and Myra
| Texas, has been spending his leave at
women enjoy wages
_ _ and _ working
____ ____
<on-
from Fouts Springs, California, spent
. to
»„ those
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* ­ the home of his parents Mr. and Mrs.
ditions
superior
existing
any
the holidays at the home of her par-
Charles Crook.
lents, Mr. and Mrs. George Clipfell. where else. The tide of goods and ser­
At the Jerry Cofman’s for a recent
vices
that
flows
endlessly
along
the
I Mrs. Hadley, who is attending the
weekend were Mr. and Mrs. Jack
American
production
and
distribution
New Tribes Mission will finish in
Flannigan and daughter Judy of Se-
two months and will then go to Vene- line staggers the imagination. Mater­ attle.
ially speaking, business, agriculture
May the Joy
I zuela as a missionary.
Mrs. Mabie Patton spent Christ-
and labor are doing well.
Mr. and Mrs. Percy Hiatt went to
of
the Season
mas
with
her
son
and
family,
Mr.
and
We have a political system which
Lebanon where they were dinner
Mrs. Harry Patton in Portland.
I
k
Yours
All Year
guests at the home of his brother-in- comes as close to being responsive to
Spending Christmas with the Frank
the
wishes
of
the
people
as
any
one
law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Leonard
Bucklers were their daughter and fam­
Thoma. His mother Mrs. Martha can concieve of. In the last president­ ily, Mr. and Mrs. Al Molner and son,
ial
election
the
people
removed
from
| Hiatt is still at the Thoma home.
Jimmy, of Albany.
Mr. and Mrs. George Keeley of power a party which had been in con­
Visiting during the weekend with
trol
for
20
years
and
put
another
in
Portland, and Mr. and Mrs. Donald
the Harry Moroe’s were Mrs. Mon­
its
place.
In
some
future
election
the
We Will Be Closed Fri. and Sat.
Huber, Dennis, Donna Lu and Darrell
roe’s brother and family, Mr. and
Dec. 25 and 26
of Lyons, were Sunday dinner guests party now in power will be replaced. Mrs. Max Montgomery and sons of
MILL CITY, OREGON
at the home of their mother, Mrs. But no heads roll; no purges are held; Coos Bay. Christmas day guests at the
Alice Huber. Mrs. Huber returned to the losers are not liquidated. All are Monroe home were Mr. and Mrs. Clar­
I Portland with the Keeleys for a few free to air their views.
We are no longer actually at war. ence Monroe, Mrs. Emma Monroe and
day’s visit.
unsatisfactory
as the Korean situa­ Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Monroe nil from
Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Ransom had as
Albany.
tion
is.
If
recent
reports are correct,
their dinner guests, Mr. and Mrs. Pat
our
military
strength
and
that
of
Lyons, Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Lyons and
Larry, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Spaniol of Western Europe have shown remark­
Stayton, Mr. and Mrs. George Meilke, able improvement. The chance of an­
Carolyn and Patsy of Eugene, Mr. and other world war is less than it was.
So much for the good on the national
Mrs. Keith Taylor, Maurice and Jane
from Waldport. Mrs. Taylor and child­ level. Now what about things right
here in the North Santiam Canyon?
ren iemained for the week.
Mrs. Inez Ring with Ralph Tra-k of Have we as a group grow n along with
Albany, spent the Christmas weekend the rest of the world? Have »c made
in Portland at the home of her grand­ I all the normal progess we should have
son, Mr. and Mrs. Dean Trask and in the past 12 monjhs.
Since purchasing The Enterprise six
family.
months
ago. we have heard many
Mr. and Mis. Grover Berry, also
their son, Lyle Berry and his wife stories about how Mill City and the
and children from Brigam City, Utah, rest of the Canyon will hit a slump.
.-pent several days at the home of Mr. This, however, is not the opinion of
and Mrs. George Beiry. Grover Berry the public in general. Most residents
is a brother of Geoige Berry. Mr. and of the Canyon feel that »e are now­
Mrs. Charles (Buster) Berry of Port­ standing on the threshold of a great
land also visited at the Berry home. development period. It may not come
Christmas day dinner guests at the as a boom—so much the better if it
home of Mr. and Mrs. Alex Bodeker dosen't. Let us each work toward a
weie their daughters and families stable progress. Not only in an in­
from Salem, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Hamp­ dustrial way, but in agriculture. Many
ton, Doug and Margo Lee, Mr. and acres of land will be reclaimed from
We Greet You With A 1
Mrs. Norman Johnson, Chris and stumps, to grow grass seed or ber­
Curt, Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Bressler ries. or beans. Maybe someday the
Happy New Year Chorus
and Elmer Hiatt. Evening callers were many board feet of logs rolling down
Mr. and Mrs. Leland Manning, Richie the highway can be processed right
here in the Canyon, giving employ­
and Larry.
Mr. and Mrs. Harold -Ayers of ment to many more men.
Housing, right at the present time
MARTELL - SERVICE
Heppner, Oregon spent several days
at the home of his parents, Mr. and seems to be one of importance here in
Mrs. Art Ayers. Additional Christmas Mill City. With the steady growth of i
day dinner guests were Mr. and Mrs. the area, nearly every nook and
Melvin Stockwell and children from cranny is being filled with people,
West Salem and his mother. Mrs. Ina j More men are going to be searching
for suitable living quarters when M
Stockwell.
Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Cruson, & M gets into full nroduction.
It is our honest belief that this
Michael and Nikki and her mother,
Mrs. Pearl Hudson spent the week country is just in the primary stages
of development. Much can be done
MEHAMA. OREGON
end with relatives in Medford.
Guests at the Charles Cruson home to induce tourists to make this can­
were Mr. and Mrs. Frank McWhirk yon one of their playgrounds when
from Wippe, Idaho, Mr. and Mrs. Don­ visiting the great Northwest. We
ald McWhirk, Marla, Errol, Hugh and have everything here with which to
Ronda, Mr. and Mrs. Leo Cruson, work, the nroblem of development
Buddie and Mary Jo, Mr. and Mrs. lies within the people themselves. The
sooner we get to work on the task lie-
Ed Cruson and Jerry from Lyons.
Mr. and Mrs. Keitl) Saichenberger, fore us, the sooner our efforts will
Donald and Marilyn from Arcata, bear fruit.
The past year has been a good one—
California are spending the holidays
Muy it
at the home of her sister and family, the future looks bright, and we enter
Mr. and Mis. John Kunkle. They will the New Year with enthusiasm. By
be YUIRS
also visit her father Ben Bodeker and working together no problem is too
brother Francis Bodeker and family great to solve.
in Plenty
at Mill City.
Mr. and Mrs. Leland Manning. Rich­
and
Mrs.
Roscoe
Poole,
Miss
Rean
ie and Larry were Christmas day din­
ner guests at the home of her par­ Fletcher, Mrs. Hazel Wirth, Ralph
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Sim Etzel in Stay- Hurst, Miss Vivian Boyce, Mr. and
Mrs. D. A. “
Franklin, Mrs. Gladys
ton.
Hurst.
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Johnston went
A family gathering was held at
Ito Myrtle Creek, where they were
guests at the home of their daughter, the home of Mrs. Sam Culwell with
Mr. and Mrs. Claire Humphries and all children present for Christmas
day dinner. Present were Mr. and
family.
Mr. and Mrs. Orville Downing, Mr. Mrs. Ray Short of Salem, Mr. and
Mrs. Howard Naue of Sandy, Mr. and
and Mrs. Robert Carleton, Larry and
Carolyn were dinner guests at the Mrs. A. B. Culwell and family of
home of Mr. and Mis. John McClurg. Bend, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Culwell
and family, Mr. and Mrs. Hershell
Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Palmer enter-
| tained his mother and brother from Culwell and family of Lyons, and
To I OH
Harlond Gibson from Long Beach,
| the coast, who returned home Satur­
California. Mr. Gibson is a grandson
day.
of Mrs. Culwell and is with the U. S.
Your Family
I Mr. and Mrs. Bob Walton. Wendy Navy.
I anci Sally Joe of Salem, were guests
Guests at the home of Mr. and
at the home of her parents, Mr. and
and Your Friends
Mrs. E. L. Roye Here _
Mr.
---- and Mrs.
Mrs. Russell Thiel.
Lynn Roye and little daughter from
Guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
BRIDGE TAVERN
HAROLD’S SHELL
| Wilson Stevens were their daughters Elgin, Mr. and Mrs. James Pesek,
Mr. and Mrs. Laddie Pesek from
SERVICE
Harry and Alice
and families, Mr. and Mrs. Albert
Lebanon, Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Miller
Toman .Steven and Bradley, and Mr.
Mehama,
Oregon
MEHAMA, OREGON
from Crabtree, and Mr. and Mrs. J. P.
and Mrs. Jack Scott from Mill City.
Kuni from Creswell, who spent the I
Mr. and Mrs. Donald Naue and sons
I from Sweet Home and Mias Ruby weekend at the Roye home. Monday |
Naue of Salem were dinner guests at evening the group were dinner guests i
I the home of their parents, Mr and at the Laddie Pesek horn in Lebanon.
| Mrs. Oscar Naue. Mr. and Mra. How­ Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Roye will visit
ard Naue from Sandy were evening her grandfather at Newport and her
parents in Portland enroute home.
guests.
Mr. and Mrs. Marshall Powell and
Mr. and Mrs. George Huffman had,
Do you want to go mining in 1954?
as their guests her parents, Mr. and children from Independence have
I Mrs. George Hubbard of Eugene, moved to the Claire Humphries house
There will be a chance for about 30 or 40
their daughter and husband. Mr. and east of town. The Powells recently
purchased
the
Lyons
Food
Market
I
20 Acre Mining Claims in a New 8 Mile Mineral
Mrs. Sheldon Titus of Seattle and their
son-in-law, Vernon Digerne««, who from M. G. Brassfield and son.
Guests
at
the
George
Nydegger
i
I spent the holiday with his wife and
Zone. Anyone interested get in touch with
I baby who are at the home of her home were Mr. and Mrs. Dan Primus
and little daughter. Gail of Salem.
parents.
Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Smith were host Mr. and Mrs. Paul Mason from Sweet I
and hostess for the teachers annual home atod Mr. and Mrs. Don Israel ;
Christmas dinner and gift exchange from Ephrata, Washington.
Post Office Box 394
. at their home Tuesday evening, De-
I cember 22. Present were Mr. and Mrs.
MILL CITY, OREGON
Fred Skillings, Miss Norma Miller,
I
Mill City Variety
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Mill City, Oregon
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It Home!
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We greet all of our fine
friends in every corner
of this community
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Machinery
Seeds
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Hardware
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