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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, DECEMBER 2, 1948
Friday at the home of his parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Tom Fiyer.
Mr. ami Mrs. Major Baughn were
By MRS. J. A. WRIGHT
Thanksgi ring day guests of Mr. and
Mr. and Mrs. William Cauble Sr. Mrs. ALbie Fisher and family at Foi
attended the wedding in Portland on est Grove.
Sunay of her niece, Miss Shirley
Mrs. Laura Walker of Spencer, la,
has been visiting at the home of her
Mr. an Mrs. Harold Champion and son-in-law and daughter, Mr and Mrs
Emmett Dorothy were Thanksgiving
Ray Edwards for the past three
day guests at the home of E. W. Do
weeks. She expects to go to Los An
rothy of Mill City, Emmett's father. geles before Christmas where she will
Additional guests were his brother,
be accompanie by Jackie Edwards
Gale, and sister, Mrs. A. E. Stahl -
daughter of the Ray Edwaids, who
iman of Mill City.
will visit her aunt, Mrs. Gene Bis-
Visiting at the home of Mr. and ner.
Mrs Delmar Nelson over Thanksgi
Charles Clester, Detroit, who had
ving was her daughter, Dolores Mor
been suffering for some time with a
gan of Boise
Mr. and Mrs. Elmo Fryer of Sweet heait ailment, died Thursday at the
Home spent Thanksgiving day and age of
At a meeting of the Detroit Com
mercial Club last week a committee
was appointed to investigate a new
place for waste disposal.
John Hinkle, shoemaker in Detroit,
was taken to Bend Thursday after an
attack of stomach ulcers. His son who
NEW AND USED
visited him Saturday at St. Chai les
hospital said his father would remain
j under medical care for several days.
The Store with
| Born, to Mr. an Mis. Russell Kelly
th* Lowest Prices
at Salem Memorial Hospital, a girl,
Guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
1605 N. Summer
VV O O D R Y
were his mother, Mrs. F. N. Noble, to Casper, Wyo., on a welding job.
his sister and husbaand, Mr. and Mrs.
John Eixenberger of Portland was
Clarence Baldwin ami daughter Han a guest here Tuesday night.
nah of Stayton, Mr. and Mrs. Howard
Gordon Leeman and George Streff
Baldwin, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Parker, are operating a pine mill now
Mr. and Mis. Joseph Wegleski. Rus-
sell and Richard Rice.
By MRS. SCOTT YOUNG
Mr. and Mrs. Marion Sowa and son
Frankie and Mr. and Mrs. Art Cles-
ter and daughter were Sunday visi
Kenneth Clester of Foiest Grove
and Charles Clester of Detroit were
Sunday visitors here.
Mr. and Mrt^“7H. "C. Smith of Mc
Minnville are spending a few days
visiting Dorothy Morgan and other
friends in the Canyon.
Mr. ami Mrs. H. R. Parson., ’eft
Marion Forks Friday the 19th for a
visit with his folks in Houston, Tex.
He worked for Young and Morgan
Walter Ball made a trip to Salem
last week end to visit his wife who
is working theie.
Herman Payne of Detroit is now
cutting posts with Dean Smith.
Robert Young has spent the last
week in Portland on business.
Bob and Calvin Jones have gone
Open every day at 4 p. m
Mrs. Charles Smith
Mrs. Alice Hoeye
And in Time for Xmas!
SANT I AM
La Bonita Pottery
20, 38 pnd 54 pc. sets, as low as
AND TRUCK REPAIR
ARC AND ACETYLINE
While they last
Mill City FurnitureCo
and ethrr rectal disorders correct
ed without hospitalisation.
BIS N. Liberty. Salem. Ore.
Geo. H. Bell
QUICKEST SERVICE IN TOWN.
Mr and Mrs. Frank Jackson Jr. of
Astoria are on a week’s vacation
here visiting their parents, Mrs. Mat
tie Murdock ami Mr. and Mis. Frank
Mis. R. E. McNulty anil sons of
Portland had dinner with Mr. and
Mrs. R. E. Saucier. The latter is her
See Ed L. Davis
Lyons, R. F. D.
Boxed cards from 49^ to $1.25
Open stock from 2 for 5^ to $1.00
_THE DOUGLAS McKAY
510 N. Commercial St.
Gifts for Him Gifts for Her
Gifts for All
24 hour-« a day
Mill City Cafe
■ I WISE-ECONOMIZE
■at at the MILL CITY CAFE
Mill City Pharmacy
Mill City Meat Market ’
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Y'oung People’s Meeting
Tom Courtney, Pastor
Oregon Mutual Fire
This is the finest assortment of cards we have
CHURCH OF CHRIST
Services Every Lord’s Day
Also Estimates on Frame Straightening
FREE METHODIST CHURCH
“The Church of the Light and Life
it was surprising how many front
here spent Thanksgiving in Portland.
I was one of them, and like everyone,
Young People's Service
made great inroad» on tbe turkey
and gooff’ eats Result: Short column 'TROUT PLANTED BY PLANE
this week, too full for words.
Extensive use of an airplane to
release tiout in otherwise inaccessible Sun. Radio hour KWJJ
lakes has been successfully done by
the Oregon State Game Commission
Detroit Church of Christ
this year. Thirty-five lakes in the
Sunday School at 10 a.m.
Ry JEAN ROBERTS
Cascades were stocked by this me-
Morning worship at 11 a.m.
Mr. ami Mis. Carl Longnecker and thod during the summer.
Young peoples’ meeting at 6:30
family spent Thanksgiving with his
A tank was fitted to the under side
Choir rehearsal 7:30 p.m. Tuesdays
parents ni Silverton. Also present of the plane. The tank was equipped
Prayer meeting Thursday evening.
were a brother, two nieces and a with an aereating device and a flap
Loren Arnett, Pastor
nephew of Eugene. There were 15 in type hinged door that was sealed on
a watertight gasket. In actual libera
Mr .and Mrs. Ray Roberts and tion the pilot would pass over the
CHURCH OF CHRIST
family attended a family reunion on edge of a lake, trip the door and pull
Thanksgiving at the home of his un the plane up sharply. A full load was Sunay school
cle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Oscar released in about seven seconds. In Morning worship,
Walter Smith. Pastor
Benfiel of Willamina. There were 27 actual checks at the lakes there was
relative® present. Mr. anil M s. Oral less loss of fish than in horsepacking Morning Worship
Varley and Sandra accompanied the them in.
Roberts’ home and visited until Sat
No matter what you’re buying it’s
urday when they returned to their
home at Buxton.
wise to check the Enterprise.
Mr. and Mrs. Ray Sischo, Bob and
Terry celebrated Thanksgiving at the
ORDER OF SERVICE
home of her sister, Bess Vendermeer.
Morning 11 a. m.
Also present were another sister and
Prelude; Call to Worship; Doxology;
family from Eugene and other rela
Invocation; Gloria; Psalter; Hymn of
tives, numbering 15 in all.
Praise; Scripture; Prayer; Notices;
Mr. and Mrs. Foster (Mrs. Dooley's
Offering; Choir; Sermon; Benediction;
parents) spent the holidays until Sun
day with Mr. and Mrs. PhilH Dooley.
Also at the Dooley’s were Mr. and
Mrs. Leo Russell.
Mr and Mrs Max Simpson and
Rev. Wayne W. Watkins, Pastor
| Laurole of Eugene were week end
| visitors at the Ray Roberts home.
Mrs. Simpson is Mrs. Roberts’ sister.
| Last Tuesday Eroill Wilson’s cut
Wednesday Bible Study Prayer Meet
ting crew started working on the Ken
Friday Evening 1 Hour Singing and
Elkhorn 4-<H Club met last Tues
Hi th< inf
day. The Cooking II boys served
Welcome, Young Folks.
Spanish rice while the Cooking I boys
made cinnamon rolls.
Elkhorn had a white Thanksgiving.
Snow fell Thursday and the ground
remained white until Sunday.
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A friendly place to meet
Mrs. Jack Rei anff chilflen and
Mrs. Lockhart, her mother, have re
turned from Galveston, Tex. after
a visit of several weeks.
Mr. ami Mrs. Don Jenkins were in
Jacob Spaniol & Son
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motor. All work guaranteed. We can promise you the
Charles Arthur Clester Sr. was
born to George W. an-i Hattie M.
Clester May 20. 1890. at Mountain
dale. Ore. He grew to manhood in
Eagle Creek and Molalla. His father,
mother and three brothers preceded
him in death.
I On Feb. 14, 1925 he was united in
, marriage to Carrie Howland of Mol
lala at Otegon City. To this union
1 three children were bo in.
Surviving are his widow, twsons,
' Charles Arthur Jr. and Earl R.; a
j daughter, Elsie; two grandchildren.
' Frank Sowa and Bonita Clester, all
I of Detroit; three sisters, Mrs. Bessie
Thiel, Drain. Mrs. Helen Stevens, Sa
lem, and Mrs. Orpha Shepipard of
Ariama; two brothers, Hal R. of An-
chomge, Alaska, and George of Rose-
iburg; and many nieces and nephews.
Dr. R. Reynolds Clinic
Real Estate & Insurance
By CHARLES DE SULLY
Born to Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Arndt
of Idanha, in Sa'em Memorial Hos
pital, a girl, Nov. 28.
Mr. ami Mrs. Roy Brown are the
parents of a girl born Nov. 28 at the
Salem Memorial Hospital. Paients re
side in Idanha.
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