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About The North Santiam's Mill City enterprise. (Mill City, Or.) 194?-1949 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 2, 1948)
MILL CITY ENTERPRISE,
Thursday morning to visit at the
home of their daughter and hir band.
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Hanypton. They
Br EVA BRESSLER
returned Sunday evening and were
dinner guests at the home of another
The Women’s Society of Christian daughter, Mrs. Nornwi Johnson of
Service held its meeting at the home Portland.
of Mrs. Glen Julian. Present were
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Olmstead and
Mesdames Walter Bevier, Floyd Bas
Donald and Walter were guests
sett, Alex Bodeker, Roy Huber, Anna
home of Mr. and Mrs. Byron
Johnson, Daisy Johnston, Helen
and family at Oak Grove
Queen and the hostess.
Mrs. Floyd Bassett and Cecil spent
Faith Rebekah Lodge held its reg the week end in Klamath Falls where
ular meeting Wednesday night with they attended the wedding of her
a smaM crowd due to the holiday. sister, Gentvieve Case. They weie
Plans were made for the installation ( accompanied by her brother, Walter
Bevier, and Mrs. Bevier, of Mill City.
of officers at tlie next meeting.
Mr. and Mis. Merrill Brassfield and
son Bob and Helen Queen were din
The Me ham A Home Demonstration ner guests at the home of Mr. ami
meeting will be held at the Women’s Mrs. Eldo Betcke.
Mrs. Brass!f I
Clubhouse Dec. 3 at 1:30. The sub ami Helen Queen spent the week end
ject is meal planning, with .Miss at the coaxt with relatives from Hills
Eleanor Trindle leading the meeting. boro.
AH members are to bring a gift. The
Guests at the Jim Lande home
Howell Women’s Club has voted to were Mr. and Mrs. Gus Demas, Mr.
join the Mehama demonstration unit. and Mrs. Roy Coleman and Mrs. Vel
ma Robinson and two children, Doro
Mr. ami Mrs. Alex Bodeker and thy and Robert of Susanville, Calif.
Elmer Hiatt left for Pendleton on I Mrs. Lande ami Mrs. Demas are sis
ters. Mrs. Coleman a niece and Mrs.
I Robinson a sister of Mr. iarvde.
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DECEMBER 2. 1948
Mr and Mis Ray Lewis las asdin-
ner gueaU relatives from Coquille
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Johnston, Car
roll, Shirley and George were dinner
guests at the home of her sister and
family, .Mr. and Mrs. Henry Schmidt
of Salem. They were accompanied by
his mother, Mrs. Daisy Johnston who
Saturday Matinee at 2:00
visited at the home of her sister, Mrs William Elliott
Bertha Woodworth and was a dinner
guest at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
“THE FABULOUS TEXAN"
Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Lewis enter
tained Mr. and! M ts . Adokph Peterson
SUNDAY AND MONDAY
of Des Moines, Wa^h., Mr. and Mrs.
Earl Kellier and Janet, Mr. and Mrs.
Theral Luman of Portland and Miss Claudette Colbert Fred MacMurray
•THE EGG AND I"
Lucill Lewis of Philomath.
Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Thoreson
TUESDAY and WEDNESDAY
spent the week end in Seattle. They
were accompanied by Mr. and Mis.
Roy Heeneck who visited at the home
• HIGH WALL”
of their daughter in Olyimpia.
Students from Oregon State Col-
• • •
lege home for the Thanksgiving hol-
THURSDAY and FRIDAY
iikay were Imogene Roye, Dale Bas-
sett, Billy Priuheid, Duane and Jua- Anne BAXTER Thos. MITCHELL
nita Downing and Willard Berry.
The Mill City Enterprise
Mill City, Oregon.
Charles Wolverton, Editor and Publisher
Elsbeth Wolverton, Business Manager
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------------------ ------------------------- Several Mill City people were in
the Women’s Club there to hear John gBjem Tuesday, including Mrs. C. M.
Swarthout of Oregon State College cline, Mrs. D. B. Hill, Charles Kelly,
talk on Communism.--------------------- 1 “amon Roberts, and Mrs. Clyde Ba.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Reeves of Port neY
land and Mr. and Mrs. Harry Elmer I R
and son Gale of Albany wee dinner
guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Floyd Jr. (Luster) Berry spent the
week ernt at th» home of his parent». dale, Ore., and at the home of his
Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Berry at Glen- slaters, Mr. and Mrs. Arleigh Murphy
and .Mr. and Mrs. Robert Plaster.
Thanksgiving day dinner guests at
the home of Mr. and Mrs. George
Clipfell were her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Cory, ami .Mr. and Mrs. Preston
Thrarfher, Mr. and Mis. Jack McNeal
of Salem, Mrs. Ben Hadley of Port- [
land, Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Tumidge
of Taibutt, and Mr. and Mrs. Perry
Clipfell an family of Mehama.
Mr. ami Mrs. E. L. Roye and Imo
gene visited relatives and friends in ’
Portland Thursday afternoon.
Mr. ami Mrs. A'tbur Anderson and
Jack were dinner guests at the home
OWNER and MANAGER
of his sister, Mrs. Jack Spaulstra,
TO TRUCK DRIVERS
fYllxVl O MAN SERVICE
and family in Salem.
A family dinner wa* served at the
3 MILES WEST OF MILL CITY — HI-WAY 222
home of Mr. and Mrs. Pat Lyons on ;
Thanksgiving day. Present were Mr.
and Mrs. Keith Taylor and son of
Waldport, Mr and Mrs. George Meil-
ke and daughter Carolyn Sue of Stay
J. C. JONES, Prop.
ton, Mr. and Mrs. eJrome Lyons and
son of Gates, Mrs. Esther Hickman,
MAKE YOUR ARRANGEMENTS
Sharon ami De-nny, Mr. and Mrs.
Wayne Ransom and Cyril Lyons.
100 per «ent wool, fancy patterns— 4 QQ
Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Stockwell an I
Reg. 416.95 — CHRISTMAS SALE — 4.00
children visited at the home of his 2210 So. Commercial St. Salem
mother, Mrs. Ina Stockwell in Fox Office Ph. 6887
Res. Ph. 6887
Washable, zipprr front , sport (collars
Several of the Lyons Women's
Snap button type, washable
Club went to Mill City as guests of
LYONS WOMEN’S CLUB •
Meets every Thursday at the Com
munity Hall, Lyons, at 2 P. M.
SANTIAM AERIE OF EAGLES
Meets at Idanha Rod and Gun Club
Part wool, pastel. Rayon Trimmed
HMHaMa£*U. : '
136 N. High St.
fown & Country Store
Jacquith Music Co
115 Nort Liberty
OPEN TILL 9 P M. FRIDAY
EVENINGS UNTIL CHRISTMAS
F. H. ALBUS, RG. PH.
20 years of Continuous Service
wa Invite you
to open an
ill Whit e Cott n Sheet
Semi-dre»«. heavyweight cotton. Reg.
»3.98 — SALE PRICE —
To While Away
Your Idle hours
A Friendly Place
A friendly family
I. W. A. -C. I. O.|
Regular Meeting Kights
Ladies’ and Children’s
general DRY GOODS
MILL CITY—4th Friday Monthly
IDANHA - 2nd and 4th Thursday
LYONS - 1st and 3rd Friday Monthly-
Second Friday open for special meet
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50 cents in city
15 cents per road
Auto Storage, Batteries
Mill City Taxi Sen ice |
Bell & Devers
ATTORNEYS AT LAW
All types and makes to choose from
Selling and servicing transportation is
Ml OFF SUONAI
You ve never haJ
permanent like thh before*
Thrilling Rilling KOOLER
WAVE is the fro/ raiovjl
Mill City State Bank
a» are that actually makes
Drop in and let us show you what we
brings you the
waves you adore’ Its soft, en
lap.»* I’«//” mefm
a new kind <4 ktvchncM
furry ends — eas»cr tv get
longer lasting. Call tor v< ur
Herrold-Philippi Motor Co.
Mill City. Oregon
flattering. smovth and
See Vern McFadden or C. E. |Buzz| Cheffings
D. W. Reid MD
SH I RLEYS
Th Mill City 2*8
A Home Bank.Owned
and Managed by Home
Established in 1»19
An Depositors Insured up to
15000.(N Under the Terms of
the Federal Deposit Insurance
Hre and Automotive Insurance