The North Santiam's Mill City enterprise. (Mill City, Or.) 194?-1949, December 16, 1948, Image 4

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    MILL CITY ENTERPRISE, DECEMBER 16. 19*8
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Suggestions
for DAD, SON and BROTHER
PANTS
JACKETS
SHIRTS
Dre»«
White Stag
Down Filled
Jen-Cel Lite
Wool Melton
Woo) W hipconi
Leather
All Wool
Work
T Shirt.
Flannel
SOX
i
For Everyone
Wool Whipcord
Army Pinks
Day’s Slacks
Day*. Cords
I HOUSE
SLIPPERS
SLEEPING
BAGS
» Down. All Wool and
« Kapok. Air matresses. L Romeo
g Singles and Doubles.
Moccasin
The Largest
Selection in
Town. Dies,
I 13.95 .. 65.00 j
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s
and Work
SWEATERS
Pull Over
Sleevelew
Coat
All Color,
and Weave.
Felt
Opera
COWBOY
BOOTS
BILL FOLD
TOBACC O
POUCH
TIE RACK
All Sizes
PANTS
H INGER
SUSPENDERS
for Children
and Men
LES NEWMAN’S
Gates
Mrs. Tilmon Rains spent a day and Groblcbe, f< rmer residents of Mill
' night in Salem at the home of her City where she was postmistress for
I brother and wife, M Ir. and Mrs. E. F. a number of years.
Members of the Gates Women’s
Club met in the social rooms of the
high school Thursday afternoon in
regular session. A dessert luncheon
was served by the hostesses, M r s.
Elmer Stewart aryl Mrs. Melbourne
Rambo. Mrs. Stewart presided at the
business meeting which followed the
luncheon hour. A i eport of the recent
bazaar was made, and $1308 was re­
ported in the building fund. A Christ­
mas party and gift exchange will be
held at the home of Mrs. Joe Joaquin.
The next regular meeting, Jan. 13,
will have as its subject a demonstra-
ion, “Conserffwg You.”
For HIM at
A preschool clinic was held at the
schoolhouse Monday with Dr. Stone,
county health physician, and Miss. J.
Schneider, nurse, in charge.
Local
women assisting were Mrs. Glen Hen
ness, Mrs. Burrel Cole and Mrs. Lau­
ra Joaquin. Several children were vac­
cinated and examined.
Mr. and Mrs. Melbourne Rambo and
two children and Mrs. Steve Champ
were Stayton visitors Saturday .
Mrs. Rosa Roten who left last
June to spend the slimmer with re
latives in the east, ieturned Satur­
day. Mrs. Roten m:.J_ riie trip both
ways by air and visited Salt Lake,
Chicago an<l North and South Caro­
lina.
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Wilson and
daughter Helen and Mis. Robert Wil­
son did some of their Chistmas shop­
ping in Stayton Saturday.
Ernest
Wrigglesworth received
word last iweek of the arrival of a
new granddaughter born in Glendale,
Calif., to his son and wife, Mr. and
Mrs. Ben Wrigglesworth who, until
a shoit time ago, resided in Gates.
Christmas
S FOR DRESS
I
Mallory Hats
Enro Shirts
Clothes and Topcoats
By the House of Worsted-Tex
Wembley Ties
Paris Belts aud Suspenders
Westminster Hose
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I
s
5 FOR SPORT
I
Airman Sport Shirts
Slacks-AII Wool Gabardine
Kandel Sweaters
Sport Caster Jackets
3 BUTTON SLEEVE GABARDINE
Water Systems
Sheet Meta)
Oil Burners
Water Softeners
JUDSON’S
Plumbing - Heating
Service Anywhere"
279 N. Commeicial
Salem, Oregon
SHIRTS
$6.95
ALI.
THE FRIENDLY STORE
179 N. Commercial
COI j ORS
AND SIZES
FOR NIGHT: Pajamas, Robes
Salem, Oregon
Open Friday Nights Until Christman
456 STATE STREET
SALEM
THE ONLY MEN’S STORE TO GIVE S R H IGRF.EN STAMPS
USE PROPANE GAS - THE MAGIC FUEL
for clean, quick, depend.'b e cooking!
MODERN FUNERAL
SERVICE
Here is the ideal
Stayton, Oregon
Christmas
Dr. S. A. WHEATLEY
OPTOMETRIST
145 Third St.
Stayton
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Office hours 6:00 to 9:00 each
Tuesday evening.
• • •
Salem office located at 167 S .High St.
Phone 24469
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Give her useful beauty—a smart
compact by Elgin American.
Our assortment from $2.95 up,
will show you why Elgin Ami rican
compacts are so much
preferred —such perfect giftsl
I
i
a prescription in vour
purse or pocket, your first
thought is for safety. You want
accuracy, competence, fresh
potent drugs. But, you also
want that prescription com­
pounded at a fair price. Be­
cause our business is built on
just such a sound basis, we cor­
dially invite you to try us on
your Doctor’s ucxt prescription.
Watches
Diamonds
We will be open till 8:00 P.M.
I'ntil Christmas
FORREST BAKER
Expert Repairing by a
LICENSED WATCHM VKER
Baker’s Jewelry
MILL CITY
Capital Drug Co.
1. Its absolutely true.
Salem, Oregon
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TOP COOKINO
New. •«••>!•<•,
porcelain b»"»* «"d
hav Bv*"«*»
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le, «•«■doffluR
eve« h»aim| a«d
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Wkeel re«vlator
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ove« boa« cowffol et
It* be.* teeeded
comen In lloatme
•vpe ove« •« beffe*
beklof rend».
AMERICAS
a*.»«.
Propane Gas & Appliance
COMPANY
Ferry Street
Phone 5098
SALEM
•
Santiam Highway
1 Mile South
A. M. McCUEN
NEXT WEEK
PORTLAND AND MILL CITY’
CHARLES LOVEU MANAGER
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"Common Sense" Hallie« the ♦
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Colonie« to the Idea of In-
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deiM-ndcnfir (1776)
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LEBANON
Salee, Installation*. Service. in Manon, Polk. Linn and
Benton Counties.
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1931 PLYMOUTH
I dr. sedan. Good Transportation
$75
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Power Company
\ Self Supporting, Tax Paying
Pris ate Enterprise
STANDLEY
art tile service
Drain Board* and Bathroom«.
Tub Splash. Beautiful Per­
manent finish. Stops Leakage.
Fireplace«. Front and Hearth
Enne Estimates
Call evening»
29F5 Stayton
Ralph Standley Rt 1, Bx. 17
STAYTON
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GEORGE I RRET. Local Agent
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