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About The Mill City enterprise. (Mill City, Or.) 1949-1998 | View Entire Issue (June 27, 1957)
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Phone Stayton 2125
From Stayton to Idanha
and all stope
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2—THE MILL CITY ENTERPRISE when the Bridges home was burned at the home of Mr». Roy Asmussen Pilot Rock. Mr. and Mrs. Smith and
due to a gas explosion.
THURSDAY. JUNE 27, 1957
on July 2nd and on July 16th the two children, Ivalyn and Dennis ex
Hv Eva Bressler
Eulalia Lyons was hostess for the
Wednesday afternoon card club with
a one thirty dessert luncheon fol
lowed by several tables of 500. High
score was held by Bertha Allen, second
high by Wilma Free, and low by
Margaret Kunkle. Others attending
were Thelma Nydegger, Nannie Mar
tin, Bernice Bridges, Carrie Naue,
Jugnita Wright, Charlotte Thiel,
Mabel Bass. Bess Hiatt, and Donna
Mr. and Mrs. Wells Gage and Mr.
and Mrs. Clark Gage from Valley
I C!ty, North Dakota left for that city
j W'ednesday after spending several
days at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
| Paul Schiewek. Mrs. S'-Mewek ’• a
daughter of the Wells Gage and sis
ter of Clark Gage.
Mrs. Mannie Martin of Coquille is
visiting relatives in Lyons. She is a
j sister of Mrs. Bert Lyons, also Clyde
and Velvie Lewis.
I Buddy Bridges, 14 year old son of
1 Mr. and Mrs. Sam Bridges is con-
1 valescing at the St. Vincent Hospital
■n Portland, following surgery for |
| skin grafting Monday, Buddy was
¡seriously burned several years ago,'
NEW And USED
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Skillings have meeting will be their picnic held in pect to move some time in August.
just returned from a twelve days the grove at the Glen Julian home.
vacatiun of fishing and sight seeing Attending the meeting were Mes- which will be known as Jack’s and
at Vancouver Island in Canada.
See our selection before
son, Glen Julian, E. L. Roye, Alex ness and will hold their grand open
Mrs. Letha Bentley of Lyons and Bodeker, Clyde Bressler, Mabel Bass ing Saturday, June 29. Free coffee,
a teacher in the Mill City grade
ù. ou Buy Elsewhere
Ivan Smith and the hotsess Mrs. donuts and punch will be served and
school and Glen Savage of Lyons and
a teacher at the Mari-Linn school Powell.
the CANYON’S OWN-
Paul Schiewek will leave Saturday the kiddies.
are attending summer school at Mon
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Reisterer and
ha will go on to W’ashington, D. C., son, Scott and Larry Manning, at
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Johnson, Mrs. then on to New York City, after a tended a family picnic held at the ,
Parker - Hutcheson
Hugh Johnston and daughter Kath tour of the sci eteishe will take a I Romer» Rest park near Tigxrd Sun
ryn were in Myrtle Creek, where they plane to Cairo. He will also visit day.
attended the wedding of Leland Hum- _____
Mr. and Mrs, Jess Moses, who have
Lebanon, Israel and Syria,
phries. Leland is the grandson of Mr. then back to Athens, Greece. . Front
From been spending some time at the
and Mrs. Jack Johnson and nephew there he will visit Rome, Switzerland, home of her sister, Mrs. Mabel Bass,
of Mrs. Hugh Johnston, and son of I London and Ireland. He expects to have gone to Corvallis where they
Mr. and Mrs. Claire Humphries for- return home August 6th.
will visit at the home of his uncle,
mer residents of this community.
Mrs. Alex Bodeker and Mrs. Per- Victor Moses.
A recent visitor at the home of Mr. Cy Hiatt cf Lyons attended the San- i
and Mrs. Mike Fink and Mr. and Mis. |tiam Memorial Hospital board meet-
Johin Jungwirth was their neice Mrs. |jng held at the home of Mrs. O. K.
Hilda Kuypers and daughter Annette1 DeWitt Thursday
from Paradise Hill, Canada.
were made for the antique and hobby
Mrs. Marshall Powell was hostess show which will be held June 29 and
for the meeting of the W. S. C. S. at 30 in the Civic Building in Stayton.
her home Tuesday afternoon. Follow Twenty-two were present from Stay
ing the devotions which were lead by ton, Mehama, Lyons, Mill City, Sub
Common Carrier — Heavy Machinery and Equipment
Mrs E. L. Roye the meeting was in limity and North Santiam.
the form of a work shop. Cutting out
Miss Joanne Kunkle, daughter of
EXCAVATION and CONSTRUCTION
articles in readiness for the bazaar Mr. and Mrs. John Kunkle of Lyons
this fall. Many other plans were and Ross Mason, son of Mr. and Mrs. I
SA-TON MOBII-E CRANE
made and discussed for the summer Herman Mason of Mill City, were j
months. The next meeting will be married Saturday, June 8 at Carson i
City, Nevada. They were married by -
J. Murphy and attended by relatives I
of the Murphy family. Miss Kunkle j
wore an afternoon dress of powder
blue color with white accessories and |
white carnation corsage. They hon- j
eymooned in Nevada and California. I
OPEN SEVEN DAYS A WEEK
While in Nevada they were guests
at the home of Mr. anil Mrs. George
Slack and in California at the home
of Mrs. Masons uncle and aunt, Mr.
and Mrs. Keith Salchenberger. The
young couple are now at home in
Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Smith. Ivalyn |
and Dennis spent the weekend away '
from Lyons. They spent Friday at I
Pilot Rock, Saturday in Portland I
with friends and Sunday in Cornelius |
where they were guests at the home
of his brother and sister-in-law, Mr.
and Mrs. Kenneth Smith and family. |
Mrs. Earl Harper is reported to be >
improving after being confined to 1 ”
her home with pneumonia for the
past two weks.
Mr. and Mrs. John Jungwirth spent
Sunday at Newport on the coast. I
They reported a lovely day but that
the wind was blowing and it was cold. I
GLASS OF THE
Mr. and Mrs. Earl McCoy and Mr. ,
and Mrs. Bill Ziggler and children |
from Portland were Sunday guests
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Merrill i
»■ 1 1 and
.. 1 T.
McCoy is Q a 1
sister and Mrs. Ziggler a niece of
Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Ransom with
Mr. and Mrs. George Meilke are
staying at the home of their grand
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Pat Lyons.
Miss Louise Pietrok of Lyons and
Miss Mary pietrok of Salem, with
Mr. and Mrs. William Schwartz of
Salem returned home Saturday from
a two week’s vacation trip. They
went south as far as Mexico. En
route they went by way of Reno,
returning by Los Angeles and San
Francisco where they spent several I
Mr. and Mrs. Bill Kimery and sons I
Jack and Jerry and Mr. and Mrs. I
Harold Ayers spent Sunday in Port- ,
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land. They visited at the home of J
Mr. and Mrs. George Kimery and
family. They also visited the zoo at
Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Culwell and
Cl ■hildren and his mother, Mrs. Lydia
Culwell spent Sunday in Bend at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Culwell.
Mr. and Mrs. Warren Ward. Mark
and Julie of Roseburg visited rela
tives in Lyons Saturday. They were
guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Alex Bodeker. A family dinner was
held in the evening. Attending were
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Hampton, Douglas,
Margo Lee, David and Shelley, Mrs.
Norman Johnson, Chris, Curt and
Eric all of Salem, Mr. and Mrs. War
ren Ward, Mark and Julie of Rose
burg, Mr. and Mrs. Leland Manning,
Richie. Larry and Cheryl, Mr. and
Mrs. Clyde Bressler, Elmer Hiatt,
and Mr. and Mrs. Alex Bodeker.
Mrs. Bertha Bentford of Corvallis
and Mr. and Mrs. Tom McEldowney
of Philomath were Sunday guests at
the home of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur
Olmstead. While here the group at
tended the rodeo at Sisters.
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Mahoney of |
Vancouver, Wash., and Mr. and ,
Mrs. Ken Haller of Camas. Wash.,
were Sunday guests at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Asmussen and
Mildred. The Asmussen’s just moved .
into their new house Saturday.
Their friends, who were on vacation |
were going to Louisiana.
Several from Lyons attended the
party in Jordan Saturday night hon
oring Mrs. Hazel Wirth on her birth
Mr. and Mrs. Van Prichard Sr.
and Mr. ami Mrs. Herbert Mays and
daughter, Oletta, were in Portland
Saturday afternoon to attend the
wedding of Don Birde and Miss 1 at
Mr. and Mrs. William Bash and
little son of Albany were Saturday
night and Sunday guests at the home
of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Otto
Mr. and Mrs. George Nydegger at
tended the rodeo at Sisters Sunday.
Their aon, Teddy took part in the
bucking horse riding.
Ivan Smth, sixth grade teacher at
school for the past seven
years, has res.gned te accept a job as
r sixth grade tea«, her in the school at
Salem Sand and Gravel Company
Quality Meats and Groceries
Angel Food Cake
Mix pkg. 49®
2 for 45®
Made in Salem
4 lbs. 85’
MILL CITY MEAT MARKET
3 lb. can
11b box 27®
VAN CAMP'S PORK & BEANS
21 TIN 4 Cans 89®
SWIFT'S PARD DOG FOOD
FRESH GROUND BEEF Fresh Green ONIONS
3 Lbs 1.00
FRE£ DELIVERY DAILY
P RICES GOOD JUNE 27-28-29