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About The North Santiam's Mill City enterprise. (Mill City, Or.) 194?-1949 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 9, 1948)
MILL CITY ENTERPRISE, DECEMBER 9. 1948
Salem spent the holiday with their
ed this week because o tne n iw parentgj Mr. and jjrs_ john plantbeck
and cold weather.
Mrs. W. W. Allen returned from a
Among those biaving the storm to
vacation lc the east and California
A number of affairs were postpon
attend th« dinner given in Mill City where she visited her sons
by the Three Links Club Saturday
Mrs. Dave Epps was called to Port
evening were Mr. and Mrs. Walter
land where her father, Dr. Peter
Brisbin, Miss Georgia Shane, Mrs.
Kaadt, suffered a paralytic stroke.
i Ruby Horner, Mr. and Mrs. Norman
Dave Epps was in Mill City Mon
Garrison, Mr. and Mrs. Melbourne
day looking after his busine.se here,
Rambo and son Gecge, Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Peterson of
T. R. Burton, Mr. and Mrs. Edward
Fox Valley dropped in to see the Ce
Chance and family and Mr. and Mis.
cil f'atherwoods Sunday afternoon.
Elmer Stewart an three children.
Mrs. Henrietta Quinn was in Stay
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Zunck and son
ton Monday for dental work.
of Salem spent the week end at the
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Pancoast of
home of her mother, Mrs. Harry Ed-
Portland were guests of the Charles
Gentrys over the week end. Mrs.
Over the week end guests at the
coast was a former grade teacher in
Albert Millsap home from Portland
the Mill City schools.
were their son and family, Mr. and
Mr. and Mre. Harold Kliewer and
Mrs. Ralph Millsap, Betty and ' f
Harold Lee spent Sunday in Dal %
bert. They were joined Sunday by
at the home of his uncle.
Mr. and Mrs. Edmund Klecker and
Juanita Thomas has been working
family of Stayton.
Mom and Pop’s since the begin
Mr. an Mrs. Dell Smith, accompan
ied by their -small granddaughter, ning of school. Mrs. Walter Nickelson
also has beenl working part time
Peggy Vail, spent four days at the there.
coast, treuming Sunday.
Mrs. Maria Bock of Salem was here
Mrs. Stanley Vail attended the store
visiting her brother, Otto Witt, and
during their absence.
Cive her useful beauty—a smart
Mr. add Mrs. Hollis Turnidge Were Mrs. Witt.
Ira Teters is improving in Salem
compact by Elgin American.
in Salem Monday to be with his fa-
hospital where he was tak
tser, Bert Turnidge of Mill City who
Our assortment from $2.95 up,
en recently after an Injury.
will show you why Elgin American
Charles De Sully of Idanha stopped
to his arm last week.
compacts are so much
Mr. and Mrs. Burrel Cole and son here Tuesday en route to Salem.
Gilbert Wells was awaiting final
preferred — such perfect giftsl
Marlin 4pent Sunday with relatives
word on his appointment to a posi
tion with the American-Arabian Oil
Co. in Saudi Arabia. Mrsl Wells will
We will be open till 8:00 P.M
remain in Mill City, if he leaves.
Until Christ mas
Tse fourth birthday of Jefferson
was celebrated Tuesday,
Mr. and rMs. Claude Miller and
with Shirley Veness, Craig Muir,
Expert Repairing by a
Gordon spent the holiday at Lefoanon
Donna Marttala and Lincoln Wolter-
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. H. K.
ton as guests.
Mrs. Harry Wood and Jack Col-
Mrs. L. E. Dike was leaving today
attended the funeral of a close friend
in Harrisburg Sunday.
ter, Mrs. J. E. Lindemayer.
Kay Colburn spent Tuesday on bus
Dick Turpin has returned from a
iness in Sweet Home,
Salem hospital wheie he had a hern'a
Mr and Mrs C M. Cline were In
Plumbing - Heating
Salem Thanksgiving with her sister
Mrs. Otto Shieman.
279 N. Commercial
Prof, and Mis. Hans Plambeck of
Drain Boards and Bathrooms,
Corvallis and Mrs. Arthur Allen of
Tub Splash. Beautiful Per
manent finish. Stops Leakage.
I IN '. M< D \ NIELS
Fireplaces. Front and Hearth
The Man with the Horn
Weddle Funeral Home
DINING AND DANCING
Ralph Standley Rt. 1, Bx. 17
BON Portland Road
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The bus from Bend was late Sun- RIDERS ELECT
day because of engine trouble. It did
Bert Karr was elected president,
not leave Mill City until 5 o’clock. | Hollis Tumidge, vice president, and
Mr. and Mrs Byron Davis and Mr. E. S. Petergpn, secretary-treasurer,
and Mrs. Charles Shith are planning at the annual meeting of the Rideis
to spend t^e week ejid at Alsea at the of the Santiam held at the Lazy Ma
ple ranch Tuesday.
THE c/'^ Äm0m’
JUST EAST OF GATES
Dr. S. A. WHEATLEY
From where I sit... // Joe Marsh
145 Third St.
Office hours 6:00 to 9:00 each
a a a
Salem office located at 167 S .High St.
When Bud Swanson had troubl •
sleeping nights, and tried to get
over it by turning up the radio full
blast, he started an epidemic of
insomnia a l down the blaL.!
Folks finally dropped a hint to
Lud that he close the windows or
turn the radio a little lower. Bud
did — and that was tl. ■ quickest
cure for other folks’ in omnia I’ve
ever heard of!
Not that any of us object to the
radio, or swing bands, or anything
else that helps another persi n re
lax of an evening. (M.sei*, ! I ke
i roua lui w an Batin
On Highway E. of Mill City
a glass cf beer with a bit of chec ■
lufore I go to bed. I can’t apeak
Front where I ~i;, gaud neighbor
liness means n .hing more than
simply rcspe lir- the other per
son's ta-tes and -i ,!:ts — a'.’icilt
forcing your o> t t -stes <"• o-ini ns
dzvvn his throat. And that no-.'< for
Bud’s rrdin, my g a s of brer, or
whatever tempt-ate pleasure yi.u
ha, pen to t rjoy.
t 'n tr
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