The North Santiam's Mill City enterprise. (Mill City, Or.) 194?-1949, January 20, 1949, Image 5

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    MILL CITY ENTERPRISE,
Sublimity, played at Gates Friday to consolidation of schools. Mr. and
night. The score was 68 to 23, in fa- Mrs. Alex Muzechenko furnished sev­
I for of Sublimity. Detroit plays at eral musical numbeis. At the close
By JEAN ROBERTS
of the me 'ting doughnuts and coffee
By MRS. J. A. WRIGHT
| Gates Tuesday n 11.
sledd.ng party was held Thurs
Visitors in Detroit Sunday from
Visiting with Mr. and Mrs. R^y were served.
night on the Ike Myers ranc... Mill City weie Gayle Dorothy, Buzz Johnson last week were Mr. John-
LEGAL
An old logging road was converted Fleetwood, Mr. and Mrs. John Mont- son's niece, and her husband, Mr.
into a toboggan run, and Mr. and gomery and daughter Ann, and Mis. and Mrs. Ralph Ballatyne, of Albu-
The school board of District 29 J
Mrs. Carl Longneche. an.': family. Montgomery’s sister, Mrs. Allen querque,
querque. N. Mex. The Ballatvnes
al- ­
Ballatynes al
Mr. anj Mrs. Bill Bicket and family, Neff of Sunnyvill, Calif.
so visted with their daughter in Spo- solicit sealed bids on the following
Mr. and Mrs. Ray Roberts and fam­
Mr. and Mrs. Bob Dart, Len Davis kane before driving here. They re- school properties:
District 61 Jordan containing acie
ily and Mr. and Mrs. Myers and fam­ and Bruce Hauk were business call­ ported the weather very cold in
age and building; Dist. 84 Twin Ce­
ily all enjoyed the fun.
er in Salem Monday.
i Washington.
,
.Mr. and Mrs. Carl Leingnechet and
J. Fischer, who was painfully in- | Winifred Booth and her brother. dars, acreage and building only a few
family were Wednesday night din­ jured New Year’s nite and was in a Tommy Thompson, auto dealer i n years old; IMst. 130 McCully Moun­
ner guests at the Phil Dooley home. Salem hospital, retimed to his home Redmond, returned this week by car tain, school house and shed to be sold
-Mr. and Mrs. Ray Roberts and fam­ this week.
after a visit u i;h their sister and separately, all in Linn County.
Dis tint 90 Oakdale school house
ily visited Mr. and Mrs. Toots Bill­
Betty Nolan has been visiting the bi other-in-law, Dr. and Mrs. T. D
ington at Sweet Home Sunday. Mr. past week with friends and relatives Leon of San Francisco. Also visiting in Marion County.
Bids must be accompanied by 10
and Mrs. Billington were Elkhorn in Vancouver. Wash.
at the Leon home was a niece and
residents prior to last September.
J. C. Fowler visited with his wife her huAand, Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Ri per cent in rash or certifier! check to
A good many Elkhorn residents in Portland last week end.
der of Nerw York. Winifred is making cover bid, bankable not for balance,
The Boiad reserves the right to
attended the last ritas for Si Rhoda
B. B. Bland and C. M. Veal of Al­ her home here with another sister,
reject all bids. Bids close Jon. 24.
last Monday. He had been a f ¡«.-nd bany are the new proprioetois of the Mrs. Ray Johnson.
i and neighbor to many in past years. Mt. Jefferson Cafe, in Idanha, which
The PTA decided to postpone the 1949, at 9 p. ns.
For further information see a mem­
The heavy snow-fall plus fieezing opened recently.
. “open house” at the new school,
weather made for excellent coa ting
Elton Fritz of the Cedar Tavern scheduled for Jan. 24, until a later ber of the school board, Alice Huber,
up here. Monday night there were was in Vancouver on business last ddate, because of weather and road clerk, G. Paul Johnston, chairman,
George Nydegger, and Vernon James.
19 adults and children coasting down week.
conditions.
Mrs. Lewis H. McDaniels, former­
Schotthoeffer’s logging road near the
BOOTS CHAMPION
In the Matter of the Application 1
, Ray Roberts home. A good time was ly of Cottage Grove and now making
of
)
j had by all.
he. home at Mongold, announces the
WILUS POTTER, clerk of ses-)
Mrs. Ike Myers, Mrs. Bill Bickett formation of a Get Acquainted Club
sions, and ANNE M. DAWES,
)
and Mis. Ray Roberts attended lodge at Mongold. Main purpose of the
trustee, of the Presbyterian
)
in Lyons Wednesday night.
club is social activity for children.
L Church,
tri
By CHARLES DE SULLY
NEAL MARTTALA and)
For the present the club will meet
Mr. an Mrs. Phil Dooley and Mr.
>
Mrs. Luella Floyd was taken to the *2 ARY ANNA EPPS
and Mrs. Lao Rus elll were dinner every Wednesday at 2 p.m. at the
guests at the Ike Myers home Tues­ McDaniels home and is open to any­ Memorial Hospital suffering fiom a NOTICE OF ALLEY VACATION
heart attack. Latest reports are very TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN:
day night.
one who is interested.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
Ed Hanan of the Detroit Theater favorable,
Mr. ami Mrs. Ray Roberts were
Kenneth Harris underwent a very WILLIS POTTER and others, have
helping Mr. and Mrs. Meivin Knox spent a few days in Portland on
serious operation, having part of his filed a petition Nov. 20, 1948. with
renovate their house Thursday and business this week.
The folks in this part of the Can­ lung removed. He is doing remark­ the Common Council, to close the
Friday of last week. Plaster was torn
down from the dining and living yon are bieathing much easier, with ably well but will be a long time con­ fourteen foot alley running north and
the letting up of the cold spell Many fined to bed. Mr. Harris and the girls south through the center of Block 13,
rooms and firtex replaced.
were kept busy thawing out or fix­ have taken a home in Portland so Hobson’s Addition to Mill City, Linn
ing bursted water pipes, etc. The 'they may be with him. Mrs. Harris County, Oregon, Between B Street
Don’t borrow. Subscribe!
usual greeting was, “How’s your is making many trips. Cheeiup, Ken! and C Street in the City of Mill City,
Oregon, as same appears upon the
pipes?” Even the old Santiam start- | "e are a" f°r y°u-
recorded plat of said Addition of said
The
chimney
fire
in
Detroit
Sat
­
ed
to
get
ice
on
its
bottom.
That
’
s
HOWARD CORSET SHOP
no foolin'. The Detroit fire depart­ urday night fortunately was not ser­ City, now on file in the Recorder’s
ment depends on the river for its ious. It proved one fact, the efficiency Offiice of the Recorder of Conveyanc­
FOUNDATION GARMENTS
of our firemen. From the time the es in and for Linn County, Oregon,
Special Attention Give, to Fittings water supply. Luckily no fires.
phone
call was made, only seven or ansi that said Common Council has
Hosiery-Lingerie-Dresses-Smocks
Detroit high school did not fare eight minutes elapsed befoie they set the 2nd ilay of February, 1949, at
131 High St. Salem Ph. 4032
8:00 P.M. o’clock thereof at the City
so well in its basketball game with were on the scene.
• C. Faris is certainly having a Hall as the time and place for the
' tough time. His wife recently return­ hearing of objections, if any there
ed from the hospital after and opera­ be, why the above described alley
tion and her younger son had appen­ should not be closed.
dicitis at the sametime. Now his el­
Earl Ragsdale
der
son
has
been
taken
to
the
hos
­
City Recorder
<
pital
and
may
ha
e
to
be
operated
WE KNOW tliat the old method of
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS
on. (We hope not.) To add to all
firefighting couldn't compare bo to­
Sealed bids will be received by
this,
when
e
picked
up
his
mail,
he
day’s We realize that new methods
h: d woid his father was not expect­ Schooy District No. 129-J, Linn and
of doing things. ...that is, the ME­
ed to live.
Marion Counties, Mill City, Oregon,
CHANICS |of doing them
have
Warren Stoll and family have left at the office of theSchool Superin
improved daily. That's why we have
I for California for a two weeks’ visit tendent until 8:00 p.m. Thursday,
constantly purchased new equipment
( Warren will visit some of his old February 23, 1949, for the construc­
for shoe repairing., new at y les in
tion of an Elementary Schoo] Build­
aTmy friends.
our ready made shoes. But the thing
ing for School District No, 129-J,
the firewagon in this very til’ steel
Linn and Maiion Counties, Mill City.
LYONS
engraving DID have was the rom-
Lyons is again without a beauty Oregon, and will then and there be
ance of PERSONALITY. You usual­
shop, which iwill be greatly mimed. opened and publicly read aloud. Bids
ly knew iTf men who manned the
Mrs. Clara Basl who operated the received after the trtne fixed for op
machine... you bnd a EOeat PER­
shop here has moved to Sweet Home entpg will not be considered. Plans,
SONAL interest in their every call.
She wished to thank her many cus­ specifications, form of contract doc­
Well, we're old-fashioned enough
tomers for their patronage and co­ uments and proposal may be obtain­
down at pur place to hope you till
operation. It i/ hoped that another ed at the office of S. R. Haatvedt,
have that Interest in us .and pur
Architect, 340 W. 1st St.. Albany.
operator will be secured, soon.
work. It's good to know the folks
Oregon, upon a deposit of |35.00 per
who fix your shies!
The Mehama Kme Extension Unit set, on or about February 1, 1949
I met Friday at the Women's Club­ ami plans and specifications may be
house for an all day session. Miss examined at the office of the Mill
Eleanor Trindle, county agent, and City Schoo) Superintendent after the
Mrs. Miller, asistant agent, demon­ I same date. Each bid shall be accom­
strated blouse making, with short­ panied by a certified check, cashier's
cuts in sewing. Those present were check or bid bond made payable to
Mesdames Roy Philippi, Ira Kirsch,
Chester Blum, Louis Kirkland. Jack
Teeters. Arch Kimsey, Milton Roten,
Giles Wagner, Earl Wolfkeil, Jack
Rv land. Miss Trindle, Miss Lois Blom i
Miss Jean Kimsey and Mrs. Miller.
LICENSED ELECTRICIAN
The Lyons PTA held its meeting
1
1 at Rebekah Hall Friday evening with
Light and Power Wiring
a fair crowd considering the cold
(iuarartCoed Work
weather. Rex Putnam, state super­
Reaaonable Rates
1 intendent of schools, who was to be
At
Ken
Golttt'a
Ph. 147 Mehama
1 the speaker, was unable to attend
LET US GIVE Y'OU a free estimate on overhauling vour
due to the icy roads. Glen Julian
motor. All work guaranteed. We can promise you the
i showed motion pictures pertaining
QUICKEST SERVICE IN TOWN.
Elkhorn
AUTOMATIC
Stayton Hardware
ana
Furniture
STAYTON, OREGON
MARKET
NEW AND USED
FURNITURE
The Store with
the Lowest Prices
in Town
1605 N. Summer
SALEM
GARAGE
GENERAL AUTO
AND TRUCK REPAIR
ARC AND ACETYLINE
WELDING
PHONE 3452
YOU HAD
JUST AS
WELL BE
HEALTHY
& HAPPT
★ HEMORRHOIDS
★ FISTULA
★ PRC-APSE
★ ITCHING
and other rectal dkordera
ed without ho-pitallzation.
DETROIT
Idanha
VV O O I) R Y
FURNITURE
correct­
Dr. R. Reynolds Clinic
Naturo Proctologist
u
k 218 N. Liberty. Salem, Ore.
Geo. H. Bell
Real Estate & Insurance
Zff
STAYTON
Arthurs Cafe
A friendly place to meet
«nd eat.
Chicken in
the Rough
Mill City Cafe
Bl WISE—ECONOMIZE
Bat at th. .MILL CITY CAFE
.teaks,
chops. French
fries, chili.
Septic Service
Septic Tanks Cleaned
Tanka priced 912.50 and up.
and Electric Roto-Rooter Sew-
•r Service. No digging. No
mass.
Phone 3-9468 or
Rea. 1BT9 Elm St
i
k
N.HIGH STREET
Information Center.
Detroit, Oregon
24 hour* a dav
JANUARY 20. 1949
ASK ABOUT OUR BUDGET PLAN and pay a small
amount each week.
District the owner in amount not
less than 5 per cent of the amount
of the bid. Linn and Marion Coun­
ties School District No. 129-J re­
serves the right to ieject any or all
bid- and to waive infonnalitTFs No
bidder may withdraw his bid after
the hour set for the opening thereof
or before award of contract, unless
said awaid is delayed for a period
exceeding 30 ays.
CHARLES KELLY
Clerk.
Don't
borrow. Subscribe!
H. A. Schroeder
Repair Shop
* Blacksmithing
* Welding
* Logging and Sawmill
Repairing.
BLOCK WEST OF THEATER
I)r. S. A. W HEATLEY
OPTOME TRIST
Stayton
145 Third St.
Office hours 6:00 to 9:00 «acl.
Tuesday evening.
Salem office located at 167 S .High St.
Phone 24469
Santiam
Hardware
and
IMPLEMENT
COMPANY
Stayton
Hi
’)'■ ‘"I
Gibb Electric Service
Oregon Mutual Fire
Insurance
WART, the Speed Cop
UOOP Vit
IT - )
«
x r—l K • «
SHUX ELECTRIC
COMPANY
STAYTON
”
See Ed L. Davis
Lyons, R. F. I).
Also Estimates on Frame Straightening
Phone 751
Mill City
THE DOUGLAS McKAY
CHEVROLET CO.
PHONE 3188
SALEM
510 N. Commercial st.
BABY BEEF
FOR LOCKERS
SILVER
PHONE
SADDLE
SERVICE STATION
TRAILER COURT IN CONNECTION
24 Ho' I
SERVICE
Freres Building Supply to
Building Materials of All Kinds
Earl Smith, Mgr
Stayton
Mom & Pop s
Cafe
Private Dining
Room
BARGAINS
In Furniture, Stoves, Dishee
Clothing, Houseware«
MAC’S
S. ( hurch. next to '»•lei» Parking