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About The North Santiam's Mill City enterprise. (Mill City, Or.) 194?-1949 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 20, 1949)
MILL CITY ENTERPRISE, JAM ARY 20. 191»
Hr EVA BRESSLER
Jack Nash left fr Indiana where
he will spend the next month visit-
ing with relatives.
Don Gibb of Independence is at
the home of hi« giandparents, Mr.
and Mrs. William Fet'herston. Gibb,
who is a licensed electrician, expects
to establish himself in business here
Sunday dinner guest» at the home
of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Andersen
were Mr. and Mrs. Jack Spaulst a
week in Salem visiting ! datives and her, and Hazel Lewis; examining,
Verna West, I.azel Lewis and Hazel
Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Bassett and Shields. Helen Anderson was elected
were Sunday evening guests at a trustee ftfr a term of three years,
(the home of his cousin and family, to replace Ethel Huffman, outgoing
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Bassett in Salem. member^ A? the cloze' of the business
Mr. and Mrs. Dale Bassett * Cor meeting a no-host pot luck supper
vallis visited relatives in Lyons and I was served.
Mill City over the week end.
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Cookingham of ! The Altar Society held its meet
Portland were Saturday guests at ing at the home of Mrs. Pat Lyons
the home of his mother, Mrs. ferrah Wednesday afternoon. Many plans
•'were made fr*the coming year, with
Mr. and Mrs. Merrill Brassfield wo k under way for the bazaar to
and son Bob were dinner guests at be held in the Fall. At the close of
the home of Mr. and Mrs. Eldo Bet- the meeting Mrs. Calvin Trahan was
cke of Aumsville. The occasion hon | honored with a shower. Those pre
111 ored Mis. Brassfield n her birthday sent were Mesdames Mike Schwindt,
Herman Free, Bob Free, Lloyd Free,
Mr. and Mrs. Hershel Cullwell are John Jungwirth, Lol Doerfler, Philip
the parents of a baby girl born at Pietik, Merrill Brassfield, Sam
Salem Memorial Hospital Monday, Bridges, E’ather Schneider and the
and children of Salem and Mr. and
Mrs. Lawrence Teagen of Mehama.
Bob Brassfield and Don Gibb spent
the week end in Port's.id #visiting
relatives and frielrfs.
Mrs. Nannie Martin of Salem is
visiting relatives in Lyons. She is
a guest at the Bert Lyons, Clyde
Lewis and Velvie Lewis liomes.
Mrs. Hetshei Culwell and infant
daughter were brought hc.w from
the Salem MemoriST Hospital. Her
mother, Mrs. Joe Weitman of Aums
ville will spend several days with
Mrs. Henry Skeils Is spending this
Your Oh i
furniture, when the dam gets g< •ing. I
E Why not get rid of your old ■tuff
Mill City Furniture Co.
Installation preceded all other bus
iness at the regular meeting of Faith
Rebekah Lodge in Lyons Wednesday
Stop and shop at
evening. District deputy president,
Effie Heineck, and the following in
stalled the new officers: Verna. West,
deputy marshal. Alice Huber, deputy
Aarden, Hazel lewis, deputy chap
lain, Ethel Huffjnan, deputy secre-
tary-treasure, and Eva Bressler, out
Installed Wire: Helen McClurg,
for latest fashion in coats
noble granm Frances McCarley, vice
rrand, Helen Andersen, conductor,
suits and dresses
lllanche Wagner, musician, Alta Bo-
•1 < leker, right supporter to noble grand
Pay one-half, charge one-half
<lsie Myers, left supporter to noble
rrand, Jean Roberts, right supporter
t o vice giand. New officers unable
t ;o attend were Tlosa Berry, cha; lain,
J Mildred Carr, warden, Ruth Morris, M
>ast ni.le grand, Hazel Shields, left
1 1 s supporter to vice grand, Lois Mye:s,
J U D S O N’S
: i nside guardian, Zona Sischo, outside
Plumbing - Heating
ruardian, and Eva Bressler, flag
ID >earer, will be installed at a later
14 279 N. Commercial
::i Hazel Lewis was appointed staff
c aptain, and Alta Bodeker, good of
■ t he order chaiiman. The following
Weddle Funeral Home
committees were appointed: floral
Alta Bodeker, Alma Olmstead, anil
■ Patton; publicity,/* va Bressler,
due Heineck and Ethel Huffman;
auditing, Anna B. Julian, Alice Hu-
The ' ittle French
Furniture foi New
We anticipat a brisk trade in used
The Mill City Enterprise
Mül City, Oregon.
Charlea Wolverton, Editor and Publisher
Elsbeth Wolverton, Business Manager
Entered as second-class matter November 10, 1944 at the post office at Mill City,
Oregon under the Act of March 3, 1879.
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T'ARD OF THANKS
We are very grateful for the many
acts of kindness and expressions of I
sympathy during our recent beieave-
Mr. and Mrs. Beauford Flatman
Mill City Plumbing
& Heating Supply
Bill Do* ■ n
Spire Jymrs I' .i.m. to 5 p.m.
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
J. C. JONES. Prop.
MAKE YOUR ARRANGEMENTS
2210 So. Commercial St. Salem
Office Ph. 6887
Res. Ph. 6887
F. H. ALBIS. RG. PH
INSTRl MENT REPAIRING
Jacquith Music Co.
136 N. High St.
Tel those "Sofa Wide'Seats... up to five feet wide! And soft!
v Feel that *A1id Ship' Ride.. .you'll ride in the level center section of the car!
Feel thatTqua-Poise'power in both the new lOOh.p. V-8 and the 95h.p.Six!
Feel those‘Hydra-Coil' Springs in front teamed with Tara-Flex‘Springs in the rear!
A friendly family
a innsphere prevails
I. W. A. - C. I. 0
Regn ,r Meeting
Feel the wheel...you'll love
n i u ii.ïr.'W
20 years of Continuous Service
MILL CITY -4t>' Friday Monthly
IDANHA - 2nd and 4th Thurs ay
LYON'S - 1st and 3rd Fndav Mont:; \
Second Friday open for special m-e' t
50 renta in city
15 .enta per road
Mill City Ta i Service
Bell & Devers
reel that heavy gauge
steel ‘Lifeguard' Body and
5 member box section frame
59% more rigid
ATTORNEYS AT LAW
D. W. Reid MD
HARLOW L Wl INRICK
Attorney at La*
Theres a, ¿Frd in your future
Drive a Ford and
FEEL the difference "
Mill City Slate Bank
Mill City, (in-gon
A Home Bank,Owned
and Managed by Home
Herrold-Philippi Motor Co.
All Depositors Insured up to
»WOO 00 Vader the Term* of
the Federal Deposit Insurance
Fire and Automotive Inaurante