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About The Mill City enterprise. (Mill City, Or.) 1949-1998 | View Entire Issue (April 22, 1954)
8—THE MILL CITY ENTERPRISE
By Mrs. John Teeter«
Many Attend Easter Egg
Hunt at Lake Shore Camp
THURSDAY, APRIL 22. 1051
iSantiam Valley Grange
Home Ec Club Has Meeting
At Wilson Stevens Home
DETROIT—Sunny skies set the
stage Sunday afternoon for a perfect
“Easter Egg Hunt” at the Lake Shore
LYONS—The Home Economic« club Forest camp.
of the Santiam Valley grange met at
In attendance were about 165, of
the home of Mrs. Wilson Stevens which 100 were child'en. The children
Tuesday afternoon, with Mrs. Giles were divided into two age groups and
Wagner in charge of the business j at the sound of a whistle the “hunt”
■ was on.
Prize eggs marked with money de
Various plans were discussed with
plans for a dinner to be served in the nominations arranging from 5c to
near future to laise money to help $1 totaling $10 in prize money spark
with their share for the State Granite, ed the hunt.
After the egg hunt the children
Some discussion was held on the
house dresses that are to be judged were served hot dogs on buns. Coffee
in a sewing contest. Present were was served the adults. The hunt was
Mmes. Giles Wagner, Elmer Taylor, ponsored by the FOE auxiliary.
The Auxiliary thanks the Forest
Frank Basl, Floyd Bassett, Bernard
VanHandle, and the hostess, Mrs. Service, the school and individuals for
Stevens. Guests for the afternoon were their contributions and coopeiatiori
Mrs. Joe Johnson and Mrs. Robert and a special thanks to Warren Stoll
of the IGA store in Idanha, who con
tributed the hot dogs and buns.
Mrs. Ercill Wilson was hostess Fri
day morning. Api it 9, at a coffee
honoring Mrs. Ted Pruett, who re
April 22, 23. 21
cently moved to Lebanon. Those pres
ent were Mrs. Roy Philippi, Mrs. Or
ELEANOR PARKER in
ville Herrold and Mrs. Rex Kimsey
(from Stayton, Mrs. Marshall Powell,
Lyons, Mrs. Keith Phillips. Mrs. Til
man Rains, Mrs. Ken Golliet, Mrs.
Lilly Wolfkiel, Mis. Charles Boucha
In Color—Plus— In Color
and Mrs. Perry Clipfell.
W ALT DISNEY'S TRI E LIFE
Mrs. Jennie Bohannan was sur-
prised by several ladies la-t Thursday
J afternoon when they called to help
PROWLERS OF HIE 1 her celebrate her 89th birthday. Those
1 calling were Mrs. Edith Philippi, Stay
ton, Mrs. Raymond Branch. Mrs. Chris
, McDonald and Mrs. Mabel Patton. The
KID'S CLUB MATINEE
ladies brought cake and ice cream
2:00 P. M. SATURDAY
which was enjoyed by all including
Glenn Ford in “THE
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Taylor with whom
REDHEAD and the COWBOY
Mrs. Bohan nan has made her home for a number of years.
Keith Hughes, the two year old son
of Mr. arid Mrs. P. N. Hughes was
guest of honor at a birthday party
Too Late To Classify
April 25, 26
W'ednesday afternoon April 14 at the
I FOR SALE—One bedroom modern home of his grandmother, Mrs. E. J.
house in Swift's addition in Mill Hughes. Enjoying the party were
City. See Sonny Nelson, or phone Joan and Dorothy Walz, Linda and
VAN JOHNSON, in
Mill City 3402 evenings.
17 Michael Diesberg, Carol, “Chuckie,”
and “Jerry’' McCall, Bonnie and
EASY TO LOVE
Stuart Christensen and Dennis Teet
home in Mill City for good small ers. Also present were Mrs. Martin
tractor and equipment, late model Diesberg, Mrs. C. W. McCall, Mrs.
«r or what have you. Phone 602 G. V. Christensen and the hostesses
17p Mr«. E. J. Hughes and Mrs. P. N.
FOR SALE--1945 Ford 4 door sedan. Hughes.
Weekend guests at the Frank Kim-
Has new Arvin heater, good Motor-
I ola radio, new seat covers, good erys were Mrs. Krmerys sisters' fam
April 27, 28
tires and nearly new motor.—Phone ilies, the Thorp Johnsons from To
3424, Mill City.
1» ledo and the Joe Martins from Port
JOSEPH COTTEN, in
Visiting Easter at the Ken Golliet
home were Mr. and Mrs. George
Ramp of Brooks.
Deanie McDonald returned to Lin
field college at McMinnville Monday
after spending a weeks’ acation at her
home here. Ed and Gene Small, who
are also students at Linfield spent
most of their vacation working there.
Doors Open at 7:08 P. M.
Sunday dinner guests at the Alvin
Complete show can be seen any
Giiffiths home were Mr. and Mrs.
time up to 8:30
Ralph Boring and family and Mr. and
Phone 1631 Lyons, Ore
Mrs. Dale Champ and children.
The Martin Deisbergs spent Easter
at Centralia. Washington, with Mr.
Diesberg’s parents, and also visiting
with other relatives there.
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Love and child
ren of Lebanon were Sunday guests
Seven day FREE TRIAL in your home. When in need
at the D. L. Teeters home.
of service for your machine or »hen you need a new or
Gordan Zoellnar went to Astoria
used Sewing Machine, Call or Write
Monday to attend the funeral of his
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Boucha and
daughters spent Easter Sunday in
in yonr lel.pAv»« »««t eut» »„«ter UNCU »SWING MACHIN« co.
The Keith Hennesses spent Sunday
in Dallas at a family gathering at
Phone 3 3512
130 N. Commercial
the home of Mr. Henneses grand
Lyons Extension Club To
Hold Special Meet Friday
meeting of the Lyons Extension club
was held at the Rebekah hall Friday,
April 16. Election of officers was the
main business. New officers elected
were Verna Jenks, chairman; Martha
Cruson, reelected vice chairman and
Lucille Huber, secretary-treasurer.
Plans weie made and discussed for
the Homemakers Festival which will
be held May 3 in Lebanon, at which
time the officers will be installed. A
special meeting will be held next Fri
day with an all day meeting on “Lamp
Shade Work Shop,” with a sack lunch
at the noon hour.
Pioject leaders will be Alma Spell-
meier and Laura Sundquist.
Members of Marilyn Chapter, OES
driving to Scio Monday night to watch
Cedar Chapter put in the initiatory
work for Patricia Miller, daughter of
the woithy patron Keith Miller, and
the secretary Wava Miller, were Mrs.
Wm. B. Shuey and Mrs. Charles
Kelly, accompanied by Mrs. R. Rob
erts, of Lyons, who is a member of
Victoria Chapter at Turner.
The occasion was of especial in
terest as Leia Kelly of Mill City was
Both girls are past worthy advisors
of Acacia Assembly, Order of Rain-,
bow for Girls, and now students at
Oregon State College. Girls from the
Rainbow Assembly, headed by Karen
Kelly, worthy advisor from Jefferson,
put on a degiee for the new candidate.
Lyons Garden Club
Meets at Huber Home
LYONS—Mis. Alice Huber with
Mrs. Clyde Bressler cohostess enter
tained the members of the Lyons
Garden club at the Huber home Wed
nesday afternoon. Mrs. Otto Weidman,
president, presided over the meeting.
A general discussion was held, with
the new soil testing kit. Several dif
ferent soils were tested. Various plans
were discussed for the
Quality Job Priming at
Mill City Enterprise
Mill City Comes Up Short
At Three-Way Track Meet
By Richard Anderson
That this isn’t Mill City’s year in
track was shown for the second time
as the Timberwolf trackmen came
out on the short end of a three-way
meet with Gervais’ and St. Paul The
meet was at Geivais last Wednesday,
April 14. Gervais almost made a
clean sweep by winning everything
except the high jump,which »as taken
by Sam Smith of St. Paul with a
4 foot, 11 inch leap. Gervais totaled
IOS' i points, St. Paul 25, Mill City
JERRY’S CORNER . . . .
The time is getting
Close it seems
To pick up rod and reel
And hit the streams
The little woman will
Stay at home, I feel
Are you going to leave her
Without an automobile?
Gene Teague Chevrolet
A successful squeeze play in the
bottom half of the seventh inning
broke a tie and gave Gervais high
school a 2-1 decision over Mill City in
a Marion B league baseball game at
Gervais last Thursday, April 15.
A FRIENDLY STORE
S * II GREEN STAMPS
SINGER SEWING CENTER
Specials for Friday and Saturday
Members of OES Attend
Meeting At Scio Monday
Always High Quality
ON THE HIGHWAY
April 23 and 21
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Margarine 4 lbs 89c
Fishers Cake Flour 2
And Orchestra Playing at
Tasty Pae Peas
No 2 can
Pork & Beans
Van Camp's Brand
2*2 size tin
J pound tins
No. 303 tia
Make our city a better place in which to lite
STORE HOI RS—7:00 to 7:00 Except Sundavs and Holidavs
STEWART S GROCERY
Daily Delivery in the City
Saturday, April 24
Order Deadline 3:00 P. M.
Mill City. Oregon
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