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About The North Santiam's Mill City enterprise. (Mill City, Or.) 194?-1949 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 16, 1948)
MILL CITY ENTERPRISE.
By JEAN ROBERTS
A card party was given“ Friday-
night at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Ray Robeits. Present were: Mr. and
Mrs. Mervin Knox, of Lyons, Mr. and
Mrs. Carl Longnecker, John Bob and
Bill. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Biekett, Mr.
and Mrs. Ike Myers, Mr. and Mrs.
Leo Russell and Bob Sischo.
Mr. and Mrs. Cail Longnecker have
been remodeling their little h-ouse
across the road' fiom Frank’s mill
the past week.
Word was received here that Mr.
and Mrs. Phil Dooley who recently
went to California on a visit were
expecting to continue on to Mexico.
Mr. and Mrs. Ray S?\ io i were un-
able to attend the wedding • of Mrs.
Sischo's niece. Miss Virginia Vander-
meer, in Mill City Sunday beeause
of the road slide.
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LET’S TALK TURKEY!
Much is being written and said about that great bird at this
season of the year, but we would like to
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ABOUT HOUR LUMBER DOLLAR
Due to strikes, car shortage and inventory time, lumber prices
are at an unbelievable low with most mills shut down because
of this puce condition.
VV O O D R Y
NEW AND USED
Compared to other commodities, lumber at present is cheaper
than for many years and most authorities think it is an un
natural condition that will be of short duration.
The Store with
the Lowest Prices
1605 N. Summer
The E. A. Benfords of Salem were
guests last week end of the Vernon
Mr. and Mr». Loyall Rugh of Eu
gene, were recent week end guests
of their son, Fredrick Rugh, a high
school teacher her, and Mrs. Rugh
The C. E. Rogers aie planning to
spend Christmas with their daugh-
srte, Mrs. Theo Burtilson and Mrs.
Troy Waumbaugh and families of
] Oregon City. Clyde Jr. will join them
Clyde Rogers Jr. spent Thanksgi
ving with his parents, Mr. and Mrs.
C. E. Rogers. He is now a senior at
Oiegon State College.
Robert Mundt left thia week for
Tillamook where he will be employed
by the S. P. Railroad, Mrs. Mundt
ami son will follow him later when
housing is available.
Mrs. Gayle Hunziker and Wayne
i ..A subscription to the Enterprise
visiting her relatives, the Rich
a year ------
round Christmas gift.
for that new building or remodeling job you have in mind
and you will really be surprisedl at the saving over a few
week« ago or the near future.
S ANT I AM
AND TRUCK REPAIR
ARC AND ACETYLINE
No guesswork as to grade, as all of our lumber carries the
M est Coast Lumbermen’s Association grade mark.
I^et us help you anticipate and estimate on your future needs.
Remember, we are as close as your phone!
ard Nystroms of Niagara and Mr.
FREE METHODIST CHURCH
and Mrs. Delbert Jenkins of Mill Mrs. Paul Mason and Pauline, Mrs. "The Church of the Light and Life
Rosa Daly and Alona Fay, Mrs. J>m
The Ladies Auxiliary of the Lions Kerber and Rose.
Club is having its gift exchange par
in Mill City and then returned to Morning Worship
ry AFTER Christina*
Young People’s Service
Miss Pearl Allen, who taught in the
■ high school here last year and is now
retired, has been visiting the W. B. spend Christmas with her son, Arthur Sun. Radio hour KWJJ
I Shueys. She attended Women’s Club
Mr. and Mrs. John Montgomery
I last week and visited school.
About 30 attended a shower given
Detroit Church of Christ
last week at the Piesbyterian Church home of his brother and sister-in-law,
Sunday School at 10 a.m.
for Miss Virginia Vandermeer, who
Morning worship at 11 a.m.
Dick Turpin is up and about town.
Sunday became the bride of Lyle
Young peoples’ meeting at 6:30
Rush of Gates. Mrs. James Swan and
Choir rehearsal 7:30 p.m. Tuesdays
Mrs. Anne Dawes were hostesses.
Prayer meeting Thursday evening.
Contests were held, the flower
Loren Arr.ett, Pastor
game being won by Mrs. Charles Kel
By MRS. SCOTT YOUNG
ly. A trio, Mrs D. B. Hill. Mrs. Belle ‘
Trask and Mrs. Lee Ross, sang
Visitors this week to the Marion
CHURCH OF CHRIST
“Sweet and Lovely” and "Singing in [ Fork area were:
Mr. and Mrs. William Dietz of Can Morning worship,
Guests at the Kenneth Harris home by, on their way to Powell Butte.
Walter Smith, Pastor
Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. Tom Hoyt
Mr. and Mrs. R. D. Staiaasli, Bend, Morning Worship
and Mr and Mrs Jack Gulley and two returning from their honeymoon.
boys of Hillsboro, and Mr and Mrs. j
C. M. French.
Pink Mason, Kenneth Harris, Chas. '
Frenoh and Clete Cuny of Albany 1
left for Alsea at 3 a.m. to fish. Eight '
CHURCH OF CHRIST
steelhead were caught
Services Every Lord's Day
ORDER OF SERVICE
Mrs. Henrietta Quinn has moved to Bible School
Morning 11 a. m.
her new home in Seaside.
I Morning worship
11 a.m. Prelude; Call to Worship: Doxology;
6:30 Invocation; Gloria; Psalter; Hymn of
Seen shopping in Salem were Mrs. i Young People’s Meeting
1:30 Praise; Scripture; Prayer; Notices;
Ed Cruson and children. Mrs. Norma Evening Worship
Carey, Charles Kelly and Leia Mel,
Tom Courtney, Pastor
i Offering; Choir; Sermon; Benediction;
Dec. 19—Cantata by choir: "Pre
pare Y’e the Way of the Lord.”
Director, Mrs. Don Sheythe, Mrs.
Rosamond Remine, Mrs. Fiances Mer
rill, Mrs. D. B. Hill, Mrs. Robert
Trask, Mrs. Charles Kelly and Mrs.
Carl Kelly, Mrs. Lee Ross.
Boxed cards from 49/ to $1.25
Open stock from 2 for 5/ to $1-00
This is the finest assortment of cards we have
Gifts for All
Mill City Pharmacy
CALL FOR EARL
WE HAI L
Freres Building Supply Co
Rev. Wayne W. Watkins, Pastor
Wednesday Bible Study Prayer Meet
Friday Evening 1 Hour Singing and
Welcome, Young Folks.
DECEMBER 16. 1948
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ed without hospitalization.
Dr. R. Reynolds Clinic
By Jack & Ted
WART, the Speed Cop
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AO- THEY'RE ALL
THE GARAGES CLOUD CLOSED CAUSE THE
— ZS TH/S A HOLIDAY* RKE BANKRUPT
SURE- , EVERYBODY
GETS THEIR CARS
Nat uro -Proctologist
218 N. Liberty, Salem. Ore.
Geo. H. Bel!
Real Estate & Insurance
A friendly place to meet
LET US GIVE YOU a free estimate on overhauling your
motor. All work guaranteed. We can promise you the:
^QUICKEST SERVICE IN TOWN.
24 hours a day
Mill City Cafe
1ASK ABOUT OUR BUDGET PLAN and pay a »mall
amount each week.
Also Estimates on Frame Straightening
U at the MILL CITY CAFE
Septic Tanks Cleaned
Tanka pricsd 313 50 and up,
and Elsctris Roto-Rooter Sew-
ar Sarrica. No digr.ng. No
Phone 3-94»"8 or 3-5327..........
4m 1*7» Elm St, W. Salem
TRAILER COURT IN CONNECTION
Furniture Sale Now On
ALL PRICES GREATLY REDUCED
Bendix Washers &
Oregon Mutual Fire
See Ed L. Davis
Lyons, R. F. D.
Jacob Spaniol & Son
Washers & Dryers
510 N. Commercial St.
Mill City Meat Market
Montag Electric Ranges
Frigidaire Electric Ranges
Prestiine Electric Ranges
General Electric Dishwashers
Home- Freezers 8 to 18 feet
International Refrigerators & Freezers
Santiam lldwe. & Impl. Co.
. .CHRIS NETTLING
In Furniture, Storm, Dishes
145 S. Church. next la Salem Parkinc