The Mill City enterprise. (Mill City, Or.) 1949-1998, May 20, 1954, Page 6, Image 6

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    THE MILL CITY ENTERPRISE
Flande is operator. It is located across
the street from the Gas Heat Co.
Mrs. Otto Weidman and daughters,
i Miss Hazel and Kathryn have re­
By Eva Bre«sler
turned from Denver, Colo., after
Concerning the last days of school, visiting at the home of her daughter,
Orin Morgan, principal, lists the fol­ Mrs. James Basch.
lowing activtities—May 23, Commun­
Mrs. Herman Free was hostess for
ity-school picnic, 1 o’clock at school; a group of friends honoring her sister
Monday, no school. Memorial day ob­ on her birthday anniversary with the
served; Tuesday, Regular school day party at her home. The time was spent
and graduation in Gym at 8 p.m.; in playing bingo, and each guest
June 2, regular school day; June 3, worked on a tea towel for Mrs. Sieg
teacher's day, no pupils; June 4, last and gave her their favorite lecipe
1 day, regular bus run in the morning,
card.
. but about 11 o’clock busses will leave
The regular meeting of Faith Re­
I taking pupils home. All library and bekah lodge was held Wednesday
text books must be returned before evening at the hall, with the regular
ieport cards are issued.
routine of business carried out. and
Recent guests at Jhe home of Mr. reports from various committees were
and Mrs. Ait Ayers were Mr. and heard. Plans were discussed for the
Mrs. Clayton Ayers of Ione, and Mrs. delegates attending the Rebekah as-
Roy Coxen from He: miston.
sembly which met in Medford.
Airman lc Jack Roy, who has been
Mrs. Percy Hiatt was hostess for
stationed in Alaska, is spending a 30 the Garden club at her home Wednes­
day furlough with his jiar.nts, Mr. day afternoon. Roll call was responded
and Mrs. Chester Roy.
to by “Things to do this month.” The
The PTC club of the Mari-Linn school usual business was carried out, and
held their meeting at the schoolhouse it was voted to give $5 to the Santiam
Tuesday evening, with election of of- Memorial hospital to go toward the
ficeis the magi business. New officers landscaping. A general discussion was ,
elected were Mrs. John • Prideaux, held in regard to getting and placing
president, Ralph Hurst vice president, garbage cans in town to help get rid
Mrs. James Phelps, secretary and of surplus paper and lubbish.
Mrs. Ed Goschie treasurer. Following
Fire completely destroyed the little
the regular business session, Mr. house on the Ina Stockwell place
Zeigler from New Zealand, an ex­ Thursday night about 12 o’clock. The
change teacher at the Parrish high house which Mrs. Stockwell used for
school in Salem was the guest speaker rental purpose was practically furn-;
and showed intel esting pictures of ished. Cause of the fire is unknown, j
that country.
The Santiam Chanel will present a
Mrs. James Hollingshead is spend- free 16 MM sound film “Stephen,
ing this week in Salem at the home The First Christian Martyr,” Friday-
of their daughter, helping care for evening, May 11 at 7:30. Everyone is
their new grandchild.
welcome.
The new beauty shop in Lyons is
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Hayward of Port­
| now open for business with their land were Sunday guests at the home
i opening, Tuesday May' 11. Florence of Mr. and Mrs. John McClurg.
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Allen spent the
weekend at Blue River, where they
were guests at the home of his aunt,
Mrs. George Allen.
John Tomb, who is with the u. s.
Army and stationed at West Palm i
Beach, Florida is spending his fur-1
lough at the home of his parents, Mr. I
and Mrs. James Tomb. Saturday, he
. with his parents, went to Seattle
where they visited his brother, Jim
Tomb Jr.
A group of Girl Scouts, with their
leaders, enjoyed an overnight outing
at the CC Camp at Silver Creek Falls,
going Friday and returning Saturday.
Scouts making the trip were: Irene
Turner, Bonnie Cruson, Marjorie
Worden, Susan Bowers, Beverly Pow­
er, Ann Powell, Nadine Carr, Betty
Trahan, Marla McWhirk, Alta Matt­
son, Pat Mattson, Kathryn Johnston,
Lonna Downer, Joan Trahan, Mabel
Nydegger, Janice Wilson, Diana Wal­
len, Marlene Philippi, Joan Helvey,
Linda Monroe, Janice
Berringer;
Leaders, Mrs. Charles Power, Mrs.
Donald McWhirk, Mrs. Marshall Pow­
ell, Mrs. Ercill Wilson, Mrs. Dale
Crandell, Mrs. Helen Fletcher and
' Miss Rean Fletcher.
Mr. and Mrs. Earl McCoy and Mr.
and Mrs. William Ziegler and little
daughter of Portland, were Sunday
| guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Merrill Brassfield and Bob. Mrs. Mc­
Coy is a sister and Mrs. Zeigler a
niece of Mr. Brassfield.
THI RSDAY, MAY 20, 1M4
LYONS
SPECIALS
FRIDAY AND SATURDAY
45c
45c
34c
19c
Nabisco Cookie Assortment, 1 lb. Bag
Sunshine Choc. Chip Coconut Cookies, 1 lb bag
Red & White Tuna, Bite Size, 6^ oz. Can
Anchovies—Nice Brand, imported. 2 oz can
Picnic Supplies
We have a full line of Picnic Supplies, including
paper cups, plates, dessert dishes, napkins, straws,
spoons and forks.
We always have a good supply of
ICE COLD DRINKS
WE ARE ALWAYS OPEN ON SUNDAY
From 9:00 A. M. until 5:00 P. M.
Your dollars buy more when you shop at
Red & White Store
Mill City, Oregon
Phone 2671
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RE-ELECT
Senator
Douglas R
YEATER
Republican Candidate
—For—
State Senator
MARION COUNTY
YOUR SENATOR AND REPRESENTATIVE
In the State Legislature
For the Past 8 Years
Primaries—May 21, 1954
VOTE 20 X
Pd. Political Advertisement
J. F. “Fred
Remington
REPUBLICAN
CANDIDATE FOR
MARION
COUNTY ASSESSOR
.1. F. (Fred) Remington is a native born Salemite. He is 44 years
of age. married and has two daughters attending the Salem schools.
Mr. Remington has made his home in Salem most of his life, being ed­
ucated in the Salem schools and the Willamette University.
Mr. and
Mrs. Reminton own their own home at 2133 Trade St., Salem. Oregon.
His past employment always has been in and around Salem, work­
ing for the Salem Steel and Supply, The Shell Oil Co., the State
Division of Audits as an auditor, and presently for the Marion School
Office.
Mr. Remington is a World War II Veteran serving most of hi»
duty overseas.
His purpose in seeking this position is to further his desire to
render public service. He believes the office of the Marion County
Assessor is one of the most important in the County Government
and its efficient operation requires constant study and research to
the end that all property is equitably and fairly appraised.
He pledges fair and unbiased treatment to ALL regardless of
Race. Color, Creed or Politics
Pd. Political Advertisement
re’s a big difference
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Life is much like this race. It is a handicap, a
strugg'e against odds, a contest to be won.
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Thi» race begin» in the cradle when the "little
man" bangs his first rattle against the crib. It con­
tinues when he takes his first step, rides his first
bike, carries his first books to school, and comes
home with his first girl friend.
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Preparation for living is all-important. Our chil­
dren have so much to gain, so very much to lose.
They will need robust health, a well-rounded edu­
cation. but most important of all, they will need
moral and spiritual strength. They must learn to
interpret God's will concerning their lives
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church regularly
Bible daily
Take your children to Church, so that their
future destiny may be guided by God's word And
by eaample, show them how the most impdatant
race of all can be won—the race of life.
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Thin Serie« of Ad« I« Sponsored be «he Following Firm« in Interest of All Churches
MUIR’S BAKERY
Mill City, Oregon
ADAS NEEDLE SHOP
Dry Goods and Dressmaking
S.W. Broadway.Phone 2213, Mill City
KELLOM’S GROCERY
“Your Personal Service Store"
Mill City, Oregon
IIIRTE’S FOOD LOCKERS
Phone 7213
Mill City, Oregon
RED & WHITE STORE
Mill City, Oregon
Steaks
Sea Foods
CHUCK’S FINE FOODS
Modern Cabins
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GATES GENERAL STORE
Gates, Oregon
KELLY LUMBER SALES
Building Material
Mill City. Oregon
IDANHA SUPER SERVICE
Don Lloyd
Idanha. Oregon
WRIGHT TRUCK LINES
Ship The Wright Way
Stayton. Oregon
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Proct ologist-Nau ropath
1144 Center Street
Salem. Oregon
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