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3—THE MILL CITY ENTERPRISE
THURSDAY, APRIL 29, 1954
FRIDAY AND SATURDAY
SUNSHINE KRISPY CRACKERS
2 pound box
One pound box
NALLY’S PICKLED BEETS
15*4 ounce jar
We have a jjood line of fishing tackle at reas- ♦
See us for fre^h niifht craw lers and red worms. •
We will have them Friday.
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WE ARE ALWAYS OPEN ON SUNDAY
From 9:00 A. M. until 5:00 I*. M.
Your dollars buy more when you shop at
Red & White Store
Mill City, Oregon
| The annual mother and daughter son Stevens, vice president; Mrs.
I banquet sponsored by the M omen's Floyd Bassett, secretary and Mrs.
■ Society of Christian service will be Clyde Bressler, treasurer. Mrs. Alex
. held at the Mari-Linn school in the Bodeker is secretary of promotion:
By Eva Bressler
all purpose room, Thursday evening secretaiies of social relations. Mrs. E.
Mrs. Marvin Barry was taken tOjMay 6 at 6:30. Mrs. Lochenour from L. Roye, Missionaries, Mrs. Alice Hu
: the Memorial hospital in Salem Mon ■Salem will be the guest speaker. The ber; youth work, Mrs. Ivan Smith;
day even.ng where she undeiwent food committee met Monday after student work, Mrs. Leonard Cruson;
noon at the home of Mrs. Samuel childien, Mrs. Glen Julian; spiritual
life, Mrs. Marshall Powell, status of
Mrs. George Osburn from Ashland, Roberts, who is the food chairman.
' visited last week at the home of her
Mrs. Alice Huber clerk of Mari-Linn women, Mrs. Harold Sheriff; litera
daughter, Mrs. Joe Johnson, and fam- school reports that all teacheis have ture and publication, Mrs. Clyde Bres
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signed their contracts, with the teach sler, supply work, Mis Charles Cru
Mis. Harley Scott, Mrs. Ivan Smith, ing staff as follows: Principal James son.
Devotions were led by Mrs. Alex
Mrs. Fred Lindemann, Mrs. Al Aron Wright, who will replace Oran Mor
son and Mrs. William Hargin a sisted gan, Katie Skillings, first giade; Bodeker. The budget was read and
the health officer and staff at the Norma Miller, second; Elva Kuiken, approved, and the treasure chests for
pre-school clinic held at the Mari- third; Martha Poole, fourth; Rean missions were turned in. Plans weie
Fletcher fifth; Ivan Smith, Sixth; Ha made for the mother and daughter
Linn school last week.
Hurst, banquet which will be held May 6 with
At the morning church service at zel Wirth seventh;
i the Lyons Methodist church next eighth and Duane Burgess music, re the following committes appointed:
1 Sunday morning, May 2, a speaker placing Vivan Boyce. Van Prichard dinner, Mrs. Samuel Roberts, Mrs.
Alex Bodeker, Mrs. Marshall Powell.
will be present from the Gideon So will be custodian.
Mrs. Wilson Stevens, Mrs. George
ciety, a w-ork cairied on by laymen
Jerry Gustafson went to Salem
to spread the word of God. Everyone Thur.-day, where he took his examina Huffman; dining room: Mrs. Glen
Julian, Mrs. Charles Cruson, Mrs. Don
i is invited to heai of their work.
tion for his Boy Scout Eagle badge.
Mi-Whiik, Mrs. E. L. Rove and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. C. I. Landeverk of
Mr. and Mrs. Pete Rodich, Lynn Donna Sm.th; cleanup: Mrs. Clyde
Portland, were weekend guests at the and Ka:en went to Hood River Sun
home of Mr. and Mis. Wilson Stevens. day, where they visited their son, Bres.-ler, Mis. Harvey Grimes, Mrs.
Ivan Smith; program, Mrs. Alex Bod
Mrs. Landeverk remained for a few Grover Rodich.
eker, Mrs. Leonard Cruson, Mrs. Floyd
day’s visit at the Stevens home.
Paul Pennington is suffering with a Bassett. The next meeting will he held
The Lyons Extension unit held a badly bruised hand which he injured
special meeting at the Rebekaha hall while at work at the M & M plant. at the home of Mis. Floyd Bassett
Friday, April 23, for the Lamp Shade
Mrs. Cyril Lyons and Mrs. Jerry-
Mrs. Bob Free with Mrs. Al wood
work shop, beginning at 10:30 in the Lyons and son, Larry from Klamath,
morning with a -ack lunch at the noon Callforma, spent the weekend in Aronson as co-hostess was hostess for
hour. Project leaders were Alma Spell- Lyons. They- weic guests at the home the meeting of the preschool mothers
rneir and Laura Sundquist. Those mak of Mr. and Mrs. R. P. Lyons and the at the Free home Wednesday evening.
New officers for the coming year were
ing lamp shades were Virgeen Scott. Wayne Ransom homes.
elected as follows: Mrs. Frank Spell-
Rose Thayer, Evelyn Julian, Lucille
Recent guests at the home of Mr.
Huber, Verna Jenks, JoAnn Cruson. and Mrs. Albert Remmenga were his meir president, Mrs. Ralph Hurst se-
Luella Harg n, and the leaders Alma sister and husband, Mr. and Mrs. i cretary-tieasuier and Mrs. Gail Pen
Spellmeir and Laura Sundquist. Mabel Kenneth Hopkins fiom Woodland, nington,
Downing and Evelyn Julian went to California, and Mrs. Esther Hanson Plans were made for the last day of
Albany where they attended a meet of Junction City.
Mrs. Wilma Flee was hostess for
ing on "Herbs and other seasonings
Mrs. Willard Hartnell is visiting the afternoon card club with her party
for variety and accent,” and will pre- with her mother and sister at Kenne
sent the project at their May meeting wick, Washington. She will also visit I held Wednesday afternoon at the
i Catholic community building. A 1:30
her son and family in Seattle.
I des ert luncheon precee.ied several
Mr. and Mrs. George Kimmery and | tables of 500. High score was held by
children from Portland spent the week Doieen Helemn, second high by Ber-
end in Lyons. His mother. Mrs. Min ; nice Bridges, low by Mrs. Inez Ring
nie Kimmei y is quite ill at her home and Carrie Naue drew the traveling
Mr. and Mrs. Buddy Laverty, Kathy
The directors of the Lyons Rural
Ann and Rande of Powers, and his i Fite district have purchased a com-
mother, Mrs. Opal Stone from Pasco, I pletely equipped fire truck. It will be
Washington, were Monday evening I delivered within 60 days.
dinner guests at the home of Mr. and
Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Lambert visited
Mrs. George Huffman and Jeanette. i at the home of their son, Roy Lam-
The Women's Society of Christian | bert and family in Bandon. Miss Wil-
service held their meeting at the I ma Lambert who had been visiting
home of Mrs. Leonard Cruson Tues | at the Lambert home returned home
day afternoon following a progressive I with her parents.
luncheon which started at the home
Mrs. Eugene Sperle and children
of Mis. Oscar Naue, who served the i left Wednesday evening for North
salad. The entree was served at the l Dakota, where she was called by the
home of Mrs. Wilson Stevens, assisted | serious illness of her mother.
by Mrs. Floyd Basset and Mrs. Joe
Johnson. They then went to the Leon-
aid Cruson home for their dessert,
served by Mrs. Cruson assisted by
Mrs. Chas. Cruson, Mis. Donald Mc-
Whirk. The meeting was called to
order by Mrs. George Huffman, with
Mrs. Virgil Rogers secretary. The 1
following officers w-ere elected: Mrs.
Samuel Roberts, president; Mrs. Wil-
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What a thrill to land that old "granddaddy
of all fish ... to feel his vicious tug at the line
. . . to see his silver side gleaming in the sun
as he rolls and breaks the surface. Then the
big moment . . . out of the water with a final
great splash and into the landing net. He is
The catch of a lifetime. You tell about it a
hundred times over—about your new fly-rod,
that special lure, the deep hole in the lake,
the big rock where "granddad" used to lie.
But somehow you can't put it all in worda. It
was your own persona1 experience with old
In a way. religion and fishing are alike. You
can't put religion all in words either. It's not
just rules for living, or doctrines, or spiritual
values Religion is a personal experience with
God. It’s your struggle with God until you
surrender your rebellious •pint and become
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church ,.,u!ari P-an to
Come to church. There you wig learn to
know and love God It’s the one great ex
perier.ee of a lifetime —a - eternal lifetime
This Series of tds la Sponsored hv
the Following Firms in Interest of
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"Your Personal Service Store"
Mill City, Oregon
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Mill City, Oregon
RED & WHITE STORE
Mill City. Oregon
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DR. REYNOLDS CLINIC
1144 Center Street
Tax Melon Divided
privilege tax moneys and amu-emen
device tax moneys, both for the quar
ter ending March 31, 1954, were an
The liquor privilege tax apportion
ment aggregated $190,000
funds were distributed on the basis
of 75 per cent to the counties and
25 per cent to the general fund of
The law provides for
shares to pensions, mother s aid an!
direct relief to the indigent.
Multnomah, with the largest ^pop
ulation, received $44,167.63.
county received $11,761.11, Marion
C ounty $9497.97, Jackson Cnunt<
$5480.48, Douglas county $5019.4«,
Linn county $5175.24, W shington
Other counties received less thaa
The amusement device tax appor
tionmeit totaled $11.070.89. This a-
mount payable to the counties is
based on amounts expended for old
age assistance duiing the year ending
June 30, 1953.
Multonomah with an apportion
ment of $1835.42, was the only county
in the sta'e receiving in excess of
$623.07, Detroit $95.27 and Idanha.
Linn County Livestock
Ass’n. To Hold Tour
The Linn County Livestock associa
tion will again hold a spring pasture
and livestock tour, a summer picnic
and a fall livestock tour, reports Jack
Cochran, Brownsville, president.
Dates selected are May 25 for the
pasture and livestock tour. June 11
for the picnic and October 26 for the
Cochran says that arrangements far
the spring tour are lieing made by
Virgil Rogers, Lyons, Floyd Mc
Reynolds, Lebanon, and 0. E. Mikesell,
county extension agent. The areas to
be covered this year are Lacomb and
Viv's Steak House
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