The Mill City enterprise. (Mill City, Or.) 1949-1998, July 04, 1957, Page 3, Image 3

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Oregon in 3-Way lie on
Pedestrian Protection
Oregon’s 1956 pedestrian protection
program has won a first place award
^Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Powelson from the American Automobile As­
from Elgin were in Lyons Thurs­ sociation.
day to attend funeral services for
In Oregon's classification of states,
Forrest Nydegger The Powelsons New Jersey, Maryland and Delaware
are former Mill City residents.
were in a three-way tie for second
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Downing ofI place and California and Colorado
Roseburg, Ted Downing of Merrill, , received honorable mentions.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Carleton, Duane ' State officials said the award was
Downing from The Dalles and Mrs. made in the basis of reports submit-
Richard Brown of Eugene were out- 1
of-town relatives attending the fune­
ral of Forrest Nydegger Thursday Calif., are spending this week in
Lyons. They are guests at the home
of her sister, Mrs. John Kunkle and
Faith Rebekah lodge held their family. They will also visit relatives
last meeting until fall Wednesday in Mill City and Salem.
night with 15 members present. Mar­
Mr. and Mrs. Vaughn Hunt and
ian Pennington, noble grand, presid­
and her mother. Mrs. Effie
ed over the meeting, with the usual
procedure carried out. Hazel Lewis, Nydegger spent Sunday at the coast.
Mr. and Mrs. Bill Kimery and son
delegate tq the Rebekah assmbjy
held in Bend gave an interesting re­ Jack and Jerry enjoyed a trip to
port. At the social hour strawberry Eastern Oregon Sunday. They had a
short cake was served by the com­ picnic lunch at Indian Ford and visit­
mittee, Blanche Wagner, Florence ed at Camp Sherman on the Metol-
ious river.
Branch and Celene Taylor.
Mr. and Mrs. Van Prichard Sr.,
Rose Marie Jobe and Diane Miller
of Portland are visiting at the home spent the weekend at the home of
of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Jobe. Rose their son and daughter-in-law, Mr.
Marie is a daughter of Mr. Jobe and and Mrs. Dale Prichard at Clat­
skanie. While there they enjoyed the
Dianne a granddaughter.
George Balsiger from Bengin. low tide and did some clam digging.
Miss Norma Miller of Eugene
Wash., was a Tuesday evening caller
at the Alex Bodeker home. The Bal- spent the weekend in Lyons. She was
sigers resided in Lyons for some a guest at the home of Mrs. Alice
time while he owned and operated a Huber. Miss Miller, a former teach­
general merchandise and grocery er at Mari-Linn is now with the
schools at Anchorage, Alaska.
Mrs. Paul Gerath underwent minor
surgery at Santiam Memorial hos­
pital in Stayton Wednesday morning.
Loren Chamberlain spent the week
end in Grand Rounde at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. William Talbott.
Rickie Harper, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Earl Harper was taken to 1
the Shriner’s hospital in Portland
Thursday morning where she will
undergo surgery on her feet.
Deo Bridges, who is with the U. S-
Marines and stationed at Camp Pen­
dleton in California, is spending a
short leave at the home of his parents ,
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Bridges.
Mrs. Donald Sorenson and daugh­
ter, from Klamath Falls "visited Mon­
day afternoon at the home of her
mother, Mrs. Robert Jobe.
John Kunkle returned home Wed­
nesday morning from Santiam Me­
morial hohpital after spending sev­
eral days there for medical treat­
William (Bill) Grimes front Hono­
lulu arrived in Lyons Thursday
morning called here by the death of
his father-in-law Forrest Nydegger.
Mrs. Grimes has been here since the
first of the month assisting in the
care of her father.
Mrs. Hilda Kuypers and daughter, '
Annette from Paradise Hill, Sask.. I
are visiting at the Mike Fink and
John Jungwirth homes. Sunday a
family gathering and picnic in her
honor was held at the Stayton park.
Attending were Mr. and Mrs. Joe
Jungwirth of Newberg, Mr. and Mrs.
Frank Tschauner of Newport, Mr.
and Mrs. Jerry Silbernagel and fam­
ily of Portland, Mr. and Mrs. Jake
Silbernagel, Ted and Eldon of Stay­
ton, Mr. and Mrs. Florent Frichtl and
family, Mr. and Mrs. Stan Bender of
Scio, Mr. and Mrs. Mike Fink, Mr.
and Mrs. John Jungwirth of Lyons,
Mrs. S. J. Bender and Louis of Port­
land, Mr. and Mrs. Mike Lockner and
family of Scio, Miss Madelan Lockner
and Frank Lockner of Lyons, Mr.
and Mrs. Clarence Jungwirth of
Stayton, and Mrs. Teresa Rund of
Mrs. Mary McLain and Mrs. Frank
Cebalo from San Francisco, Calif.,
spent several days last week at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Sieg.
Mrs. McLain is a sister of Mr. Sieg.
Mr. and Mrs. Chet Grimes and
Tommy and Mr. and Mrs. William :
Grimes went to Madras Sunday, I
where they visited at the home of |
Mr. Grime's brother and family.
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Asmussen and
Mildred were in Toledo Sunday where
they were guests of friends.
Fifteen members of the MYF
group spent Sunday afternoon and (
evening at Silver Creek Falls where
they enjoyed a hike around all of |
the falls, later having a picnic lunch
and short worship service before re-1
turning home.
Mrs. Willard Bleyting from Mont- .
gomery, Ala., spent the weekend with
Rev. and Mrs. Charles McCarthy at
the Methodist parsonage.
Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Goodell with
their daughter and husband Mr. and
Mrs. Charlie Crook of Mehama, left
Saturday for a two week vacation
trip to Elysian, Minn., where they
will visit at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. Clifford Crook and family as
well as other relatives.
Mr. and Mrs. Hal Howard of Cor­
vallis, and former Lyon* residents,
visited one evening last week at the
George Huffman and George Hub­
bard homes.
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Olmstead and
sons, Walter and Jimmy spent the
weekend at the coast.
Mr. and Mrs. John Maimo, Johnnie
and Billy from Aberdeen. Wash.,
Bill Daugherty of Salem and EMen
Daugherty of Oregon City were
Saturday evening guests at the home
of Mr. and Mrs. Mike Fink.
Mr. and Mrs. Gene Phillips from
Seattle spent the weekend at the
home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
William Prichard and his parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Phillips.
Mr. and Mrs. Keith Salchenberger,
Donald and Mariyn from Arcata,
Editor s Leiter Box
Dear Editor:
j As a result of a recent announce­
ment in your newspaper, of my trip
| to Pennsylvania, I received so many
, birthday remembrances from so
i many of my good friends in Mill
¡City and Gates (and even from Cor-
,vail is) that I wonder if you would
| convey my thanks to them through
I your columns.
j If so, make it as follows:
“Miss Georgia C. Shane of Salem,
■ formerly of Mill City and Gates,
| wishes to convey her heartfelt thanks
| to all the dear friends who rememb-
■ ered her on her birthday, including
'Santiam Rebekah Lodge No. 166,
' from whom she received a beauti-
I ful corsage on the morning of her
¡birthday."- Thank you, Georgia c.
B t Eva Bressler
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casualty record, accident records,
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Separation of church and state is
By Mrs. Albert MillMP
Gates, Oregon
ering, safety organization, school saf­
Judy Kadin spent a week at the still the keystone of religious and
ety and public information.
YMCA camp at Silver Falls. Her trip
The 1956 pedestrian toll in the "as made possible by a donation
state was 53 deaths and 1267 injuries. from the Stayton Lions club.
This compares with 67 pfedestrian
Judy Kadin was an overnight guest
deaths and 1298 injuries in 1955.
I Saturday evening at the home of
James R. Banks, manager of the Lorraine Taylor of Salem. Sunday
Department of Motor Vehicle’s traffic morning they attended church and
safety division and executive secre­ Sunday school where Judy was pre­
Has Everything For Your
tary of the Oregon Traffic Safety sented with a Braille Bible given to
Commission, was also given a citation her by the Assembly of God church
by the AAA for “leadership in pedes­ of Salem, which she has been attend­
trian protection.” Banks served as ing while going to school there. Mrs.
contact man for the state.
Marjorie Taylor, Lorraine, Butch
Official presentation of awards will and Alicia of Salem were Sunday
be made to Governor Robert D. evening guests at the home of Mr.
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Holmes later this summer.
and Mrs. Edwin Kadin and Judy.
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