The Mill City enterprise. (Mill City, Or.) 1949-1998, May 20, 1954, Page 2, Image 2

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    Social Events
Gooch Logging Supply
"Everything hr tne Logger"
CLUB, LODGE AND LOCAL ACTIVITIES
Mary Kelly, Woman’s Editor
Phone 625
BASSETT S WELDING SHOP
Phone 1141
Phone 116
Loucks-Shelton
Wedding Held
dotted Swiss over yellow taffeta, with
' matching headbands.
The church was effectively decor­
ated with baskets of dogwood, white j
The wedding of Veia Loucks, lilacs, and deutzia. Lighted candles
of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Loucks, and flowers were in the windows.
See The Mill City Enterprise for your Printing Needs daughter
and Robert Shelton, son of Mr. and
Soloist for the impressive ceie- I
Mrs. Glen Shelton, took place at the mony was Kirk Wirick of Roseburg, i
First Christian church on Saturday- who sang “Because,” “Through the
evening, May 15, at 8 o'clock. Rev. Years,” and “The Wedding Prayer,”
Thomas H. Shelton, brother of the accompanied by Mis. Eldon Hutchin-1
bridegroom, performed the ceremony, ion.
and Minister Hugh Jull, performed
Mrs. Loucks, the mother of the
the home dedication service for the bride, wore a navy sheer crepe with |
couple. The bride's father gave her pink and navy accessories, and a cor­
in marriage,
sage of pink carnations. Mis. Shelton,
The bride wore a gown of white mother of the groom, wore navy
chantilly lace over white taffeta, with lace over pink with navy and white
long sleeves, pointed at the wrist, a accessories, and a corsage of white
calla lily neck-line, with the skirt carnations.
fashioned of lace and pleated tulle.
At the reception in the church par­
The fingertip veil extended from a lors, Mrs. Ernest Miller, sister of the
bonnet-shaped lace Juliet cap with a groom cut the wedding cake, assisted
row of orange blossoms at the back, by Mrs. Art Bassett, another sister,
worn by the bi ide's mother 25 years and Mrs. Tomas Shelton, sister-in-law.
ago. Her bouquet was of white lilies-
Mrs. John Wolfe, aunt of the bride.
of-the-valley, centered with a white Mis. Harold McCollister, cousin of
orchid with a lavender throat.
the bride, served the punch. Paul
Maid of honor was Miss Donna Loucks, brother of the bride passed
Cooke, wearing a ballerina length the groom’s cake.
dress of baby blue imported embroid­
Mrs. Hugh Jull was in charge of
ered organdie over blue taffeta with
matching taffeta sash and headband. the reception, assisted by Mis. E.
She carried a basket of yellow daisies. . K. Fish, Mrs. William Misner, Mis.
and 1
Bridesmaids were
the JCSSCS
Misses Willa
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W Illa 1 Harold Mason, Mrs. Ike Myers
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and Roberta Louck., sisters of the
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bride, and Miss Ellen Shelton, sister l was in charge of Miss Dolores Poole.
of the groom, all of whom wore', The Misses . Kay
. and piiscilla Mil-
dresses identical to that of the maid- *"’,
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of-honor, except that their sashes and gifts at the door, with the Misses
headbands were of matching organdie. Alona Daly, Ardith Jones, Yvonne
Bibler in
They also carried the yellow daisies. Dart, and Mrs. Marvin
Seiving as flower girls were Miss ! charge of the gift table.
After the reception Mr. and Mrs.
Glenda Miller and Miss Sharon Bas-
Shelton
left for a short honey-moon
sett, nieces of the groom, they were
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at the beach. The groom, who is in
dressed-identically.
Send for your free copy of the Republic Steel Kitchens "Showdown
Harold Park was best man, with the U. S. Army, will soon report for
( ompariton' Booklet. Compare for yourself! No ohlieation Buy on
ushers
being Ben Loucks, brother of duty at Fort Sill, Oklahoma, where
Proof! Mail Coupon now!
the bride, Francis Clark and Gary he will leceive eight weeks of radio
Na m e
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Gaining. The bride will continue
Peterson.
Address__ ___________________________________________
Candlelighters were Miss Wilma working at the State Tax Commission
Jull and Miss Beryl Mason, who wore in Salem, and will join him when he is
State
ballerina-length dresses of yellow stationed permanently.
For going away, the bride wore
a white linen suit with lavender
accessories, and the oichid from her
bridal boquet.
Out-of-town guests at the wedding
and reception included Mr. and Mrs.
Colored Fryers
I Kirk Wirick of Ro.-eburg, Mr. and
; Mrs. Hugh McQueen of Sweet Home,
Hours: 9 a. m. until 7 p. m.
Dressed to Order
Closed Sunday
Mr. and Mrs. K. C. Williamson of
Custom Killing
I Lebanon, Mrs. and Mrs. Ernest Mil-
i ler and family of Prineville, Miss
Phone Lyons 678
Marian McDonald of Hillsboro, Mr.
, and Mrs. John Wolf of Oswego, Mr.
Mehama, Oregon
and Mrs. Harold McCollister of Port­
Phone 2724
Mill City, Oregon
land.
j From Salem were Mr. and Mrs.
Walter Peterson, Mrs. C. J. Dahlen,
Gary Peterson, Orville Carroll, Craig
Ebry, Miss Reth Denton. Miss Doro­
thy Rose, Miss Darlene Staab, Mrs.
Bess Watkins, Mr. and Mrs. Charles
Kerper and Donnie, Mr. and Mrs.
Charles Baker, George Ditto, Mr. ar.d
Mrs. Herman Valeneourt, Mr.
Mis. Frederick Hugh, and Mr.
Mrs. Sam Ruhl.
Sweet Home, Philomath
Branch Store at Lyons
rompa«*
Stay ton-Jefferson
ANTO WRECKERS
Rebuilt motors and trans­
missions.
Cars bought and sold
We buy junk.
Phone 6284, Stayton, Ore.
2—THE MILL CITY ENTERPRISE
THURSDAY, MAY 20, 1954
DR. MARK
HAMMERICKSEN
REGISTERED OPTOMETRIST
Has motad his Mill City office
to Stay ton in the Post Office
Building, 2nd Floor, tn the
Dr. Victor J. Myers offices
Thursdays 1 p. m. to 6 p. m.
HOME OFFICE:
343 V. FIRST, ALBANY
Viv's Steak House
Mill City
Phone 5807
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Open 6 a, m. to 11 p. m
Closed Mondays
LICENSED
garbage
SERVICE
$1.50 Per Month and Up
Also servicing Gates, Lyons,
_ Idanaha and Detroit
MILL CITY
DISPOSAL SERVICE
Subscribe to The Advocate today.
Phone S952
LEONARD HERMAN
RADIATOR - CRANKC ASE
FLUSH, FOR PEP
Our method rids your engine of rust
scales—gums— sludge . . . makes a
clear pathway for clean coolants and
free flowing engine oil. Takes just
a few minutes and REALLY PAYS.
Drive up for service, today.
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Rainbow Girls Honor
Mothers Wednesday Night
ES
THE REMAINING FIVE ( I.B.IIOMES ARE NOW OFFERED FOR SALE
THESE ARE NO. 15. 19, 21, 23 AT S. W. PARKSIDE;
J ♦ AND 638 S. W
EVERGREEN
Members of Marilyn Assembly, Or­
der of Rainbow for Girls, honored
their mothers at a 7 o’clock “dessert’’
at the lodge hall Wednesday evening,
preceding the regular meeting. Over
50 mothers and girls attended.
The program in the dining room in­
cluded: Welcome, Judy Haseman; ac­
cordion numbers, Barbara Podrabsky;
clarinet numbers, Rosalie Rassett, ac­
companied by Mrs. Delos Hoeye: and
a Mother’s Dav degree, honoring Mrs.
Wm. B. Shuey, the mother advisor,
who was piesented with a silk house
coat.
At the meeting in the lodge room.
Penny Gould, worthy advisor; Sherry
Hansen, Charity; Joyce Watkins,
Hope: and Frances Ward, Faith.
1 Others were to be appointed.
At the close of the evening, te-
freshments were served by the girls
and their Mother advisor.
FOR
PAUL
PAVED STREETS
BEAUTIFUL LAWNS
SHADE TREES
SPACIOUS HOMES
PATTERSON
BUY A GOOD HOME IN A GOOD COMMUNITY. THESE ARE EXCLUS­
IVE LISTINGS AND ARE SHOWN BY APPIONTMENT ONLY.
He is giving Oregon o’
fresh, vigorous leader­
ship that people like
and completely trust.
PLEASE DO NOT DISTURB TEN ANTS.
F. H. A. TERMS
David M. Reid
PHONE 207
MILL CITY. OREGON
REAL ESTATE & INSURANCE
May
21st
Pink Mason’s
Shell Service
MILL CITY, OREGON
TRY A TANKFULL OF T. C. P. SHELL GAS’