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About The North Santiam's Mill City enterprise. (Mill City, Or.) 194?-1949 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 17, 1949)
MILL QTY ENTERPJUKK
FEBRUARY’ 17, 1949
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FURNISHED HOUSE— for rent or
sale. 2 bed.ooms, mod. George (Red)
riALd. IX I) E T R o I T
BUYING AT HOME SPELLS PROGRESS FOR TUR CANYON
SANTIAM SELF - SERVICE
RELIABLE high school girl for baby
sitting. References if desreid. Wanda
Washing, Drying or Eitler
Workingmen's Bundles Finished
BOY:: Hat« We Got “IT"!
What ? ?
To buy or sell—see “The Women”
PENNICK & PENNICK
LDST—small alligator overnight bag
initialed ZS. On highway west of
Detroit Sat. morning. Reward. Ph.
Detroit 1902 or the Enterprise.
Mi. E. of Detroit
FOR SALE—Baby buggy, good con
dition. Mrs. Wilbur Meinert
SHELL OIL PRODUCTS
U. S. ROYAL TIRES
P. E FRY, Manager
FOR SALE—5 used electric ranges
$59.50 to $189.50. Hotpoint, Westing
house, Frigidaire. Santiam Hdw. &
Implement Co. Stayton.
and Trailer Court
First in Detroit
Still First in Detroit
SPORTING & DRY’ GOODS
Famous Pendleton Shirts
We Have Them
L. C. DAVIS & SON
A GOOD selection of linoleum yard
age. 6 and 9 ft. widths. 95? per sq.
yd. Mill City Furniture Co.
Sporting (roods & Notions
Dry (roods and Clothing
For the Entire Family
FOR SALE Baby stroller, $6; wall
phone, $18; wood heater, $10. See
Mrs. J. O. Herron, Rt. 1, Lyons, Ore.6
D & I)
FOR SALE—10 used washers, $29.50
to $89.50. 90 day guarantee. Santiam
Hdw. & Implement Co., Stayton.
WE STOCK all types of Hearing Aid
batteries. Radio Batteiies, and Flash-
lite and lantern batteries. „ Stifflei
Radio and Appliance Store.
Mr .and Mis. Leo Russell, who at- |
tender! a card party at Ray Sischo’s
Saturday night, had trouble getting
The dance at the Bohemian Hall name
due to the increased snowfall I
Saturday was well attended. Tony
while they were gone. They finallv |
Fleck's orchestra played.
walked the last half mile to their
Roy Beebe was called to Coloiado home.
by the grave illness of his father.
FRIDAY and SATURDAY
Red Thomas picked up an aged
(This Week's News)
hitchhike, the other day. Red noticed
Mr. an i Mrs. Ray Sischo gave a William BISHOP
he was blind in one eye.
card party at their home Saturday “ADVENTURES IN SILVERADO"
"How did you lose your eye, pard- night. Guests present were Mr. and
ner?” Red asked.
Mrs. Phil Dooley. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Phillip TERRY’ Jacqueline WHITE
"Looking for goed-^teather n Ore Birkett, Mr. and Mrs. Jake Myers “SEVEN KEYS TO BALDPATE"
gon," was the reply.
and M . and Mrs. Ike Myers.
A party honoring Donna Maittala
Mr. and Mrs. Leo Russell went to
who was four y>ars old Wednseday Poitland Sunday.
SUNDAY and MONDAY
was given by her mother. Cake and
The county graderman has certain
ice cream were served to guests who ly done a god job this winted. Our
included Florine Moitenson, Shereen open so that in case of an emergency Irene DUNN
"LIFE WITH FATHER"
and Craig Muir, Jeffy Wolverton and road and riveways have been kept
we could get out. So thanks, "Curley"
Sunday afternoon the sixth gradeds
keep up the god woik.
were partied by the PTA as their
Don’t borrow. Subscribe!
TUESDAY and WEDNESDAY
prize for winning the attendance con
test at the last parents’ meeting.
To the Editor:
The party was held I the school
Back east a Jewist friend of mine
recreation room. Refreshments of asked me if I. a Gentile, had and
Valentine coo’.ies and cocoa were prejudice against Jews—to which I Joan LESLIE
served by Mrs. E'ar.er Shaw, sixt'i replied, no. She then asked me if I
giade room mother, and Mrs. John countenenced jokes or laughed at
THURSDAY and FRIDAY
jokes about the Jewish people. I con f
fessed that I had. She then pointed
out to me that by so doing I was
fostering a prejudice toward a whole
group of people, and in this case a
By JEAN ROBERTS
minority group, which is unfair and laughed at such jokes. I am suie that
(Last Week’s News >
an unconscious fostering of pre- there are as many gentilos who go
Old Man Winter visited Elkhorn
with another foot of snow Thursday jnd ce in my children. This is the way out to “Get the Money" as Jews. In
fact, we are all working to get mon
and Friday, making over two feet prejudices are born in childien.
In light of this, one can see that ey. Also the comment about^f ill-City
of snow on the ground here.
Phil Dooley ’dozed the snow* from the remarks of the emcee at the am having a color line is in the same
his home to the conuty load Friday, ateur show Wednesday were not fun category. Since next week is brother-
almost a mile. He also opened the ny, but actually harmful, although hoo week more dthan ever we should
road to the Longnecher residence, not intended to be. lam sure the em- strive towaid brotherly love, and
which is about half a mile up a hi’.l cep did not do it consciously, and each of us should hglp stop preju
more than I have done when I have dices from being born.
>ff the county road.
Mr. and Mrs. Bill Bickett, Treva
Sue and Alice Faye and Mr. and Mrs.
Ray Roberts Geiry and Jo Ann went
SEWING - DRESSMAKING
to the ddbtor in Stayton Friday. Mr*,.
Bickett, who has been ill for several
day’s was told that she has the rtu.
JoAnn Roberts has the measles.
Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Ray of Oyster-
ville. Wash., moved to Elkho.n Tues
All Work Guaranteed
day. Two children, Deanne and Jan
et Glunz, started to school Wednes
OFFICE in New Theatre Bldg.
Telephone Blue 114 R
For the last two days Phil Do^Jey
has been ’dozing the snow from the I
Back of Les’ Tavern MILL CITY
county road above the Ray Sischo
home, as it is too deep for the coun
IIS YOUR REFRIGERATOR work EXPERT auto and home radio ser
ing right? If not. call PORTER & vice. 20 years experience, all makes
LAU for fast, dependable refrigeia- Guaranteed service.
Stiffler's Radio and Appiance
tor, washer, electric appliance or ra
FOR RENT—3 rm. mod. apt. See Ed dio sei vice.
NURSERY STOCK-See or call Tony
Cooke, Shephera Add.
Moravec. Berry and poultry faim, Rt.
FOR SALE—mod. small 5 rm house,
1, Bx 242, Stayton, Ph. 1483, about
near business section. Box 61, Ph. Garbage, ashes, trimmings. etc. your Wash, raspberry and Varybest
260, Detroit, or inq. within after 1 Weekly pickups $1 per month. Also blueerry plltants. Ask for pi ice list. •
p.m. R. J. Mermilion.
3* light hauling.
NOTICE TO OWNERS
$75.00 an ACRE
129.5 acres level land adjoining Mill
Notice is hereby given that March
Oregon Certified Marshall
C5ty on SÊ. 5 rm house, barn and
1st is the last date on which to se
outbuildings, year round creek, ex-
cure your dog license from the Coun
Grown in Eastern Oregon
cellent teims. Call or write.
ty Clerk without paying a penalty.
Write for Price List
BURT PICHA, REALTORS
The license fee is $2.00 for male and
Agricultural Research Industries
Ph. Salem 23649
337 N. High st.
spayed female dogs ami $3.00 fo*
Route 2. Box 72. Payette. Idaho
female dogs. After March 1st a pen
FOR SALE—refrigerator, Ward’s de ODD JOBS done Fridays after school alty of $2.00 will be charged with
luxe, 7 ft, like new, call 620, Detroit, an i Saturdays. See Pat Wolverton,
each license issued. All pups are sub
or see at Mrs. Mermillion’s home, Wilma Howe or phone 3425.
* ject to license as soon as they reach
BABY SITTING week nights and the age of 8 months. If license is not
CITY OF MILL CITY. ORE.
FOR SALE—1941 5 pass Ford coupe, Sat. Call before 7:30. Phone 3425 or procured before such pup reaches the
Detroit dam, wants diversified
super deluxe, new Mercury moto". ny see Pat Wolverton or Wilma Howe.*
industries, large and small. Sites, la-
lon seat covers. See at Silver Sad le.4 W. of Hilltop Store.
: bor, utilities available. Write for bro
chure. Chamber of Commerce, Mill
I City, Oro.
for carpentering and concrete work.
Personal property owners are le-
Free estimates. Sidewalks a special quired to file an invoice as of Janu IF YOUR FURNITURE looks shab II
ty. See D. V. Moirison. Gates, or ary 1st, 1949, with the Assessor for by have it recovered, modernized and List your homes and farms with me.
leave word with Don Jenkins, Mill an assessment base. Assessment must made like new. Mail us a card giving Have cash buyers. Mill City, Gates,
exact location and 1 will call with Detroit, Lyons.
be filed on or before Maich 2, 1949. samples and give free est-mate of DAVID M. REID. REAL ESTATE
FOR SALE — blue and white gluk Penalty provided after due date.
cost. Truck and auto seats recovered.
Trucks and automobiles carrying Pickup and delivery free. C. E. Hen
roller singer. $12.50 Mrs. J. Van Han
del, Rt. 1, Bx 45, Stayton. Ph. 9f2. • State license plates and furniture in sley, 604 N. 1st st., Silverton. Phone
private homes are exempt.
FOR RENT -2 rm. house, furnished,
Furniture in Hotels, Apartments
reasonable rent, propane gas cook, and Rooming Houses are subject to $75.00 AN ACRE — 129.5 acres,
oil heat, laundry and bathhouse. H. taxation.
known as the Downing farm, adjo'n-
C. Edwards. Gates.
If you have not received an as ng Mill City on the south. Fair build
LOST—21 jewel Lord Elgin wrist sessment blank, pease notify the As ings. 2 cteeks, good terms. Call or
watch, broken band. Reward. Leonard sessor’s Office.
BURT PICHA, REALTORS
JOHN W. SHEPPARD^
Ph. 23649 337 N. High St., Salem
WANTED—trimsaw for small mill,
see Bort Karr.
FOR SALE—House tiailer, 24 feet
long. $265.00 5 tires. Bill Athey, Box
132a, Rt. 1 Lyons, Ore. 1 mi. E. of
Wants and Sales
The Commercial Book Store
Has Everything for Your
Fl RNITURE AND BOOKKEEPING SUPPLIES
141 N. (onnnerrial St.
Too Beautiful fcr Words
• True, that "little illness"
you’v« beer mentioning in
offhanc way, may not
seem to amount to much—
just a few faint symptoms.
But, neglected, these "little
ills" can lead to big bills for
doctors, medicines, etc; not
to mentioa needless suffering
and loss of precious time.
Consult a Doctor now—
you'll save by it in the end«
And.of course, we hope you'll
bring his prescription to us
for careful compounding.
Capital Drug Co
FOR SALE—one and one-half ton
truck, Ion r wheelbase, in good shape.
6 practically new tires. $250. Bill
Athey, Box 132a, Rt. 1, Lyons, Ore.,
1 mi. E of Gates.
FOR SALE—Ideal homesites, with
water and electricity available; lots
50x100. We do our own financing.
In Mill City, below the dam. in a
lovely valley on the North Santiam.
Geo. (Red) Thomas or Wayne Thom
as, Mill City. Ore.
A. M. McCUEN
PORTLAND AND MILL CITY
CHARLES LOVEL, MANAGER
FOR RENT—'Mod. new 2 bedroom
home. elec, water heater. $50 per mo.
LOST, strayed or stolen — female
yellow and white cclHe at Gate .
about Jan. 1. Robt. Todd. R1 4. Bx
1047, Salem. Ph. 20020.
FOR SALE 22 cal. Benjamin ai
pistol and holster, practicall ne- .
$8.50. George Child, Rt. 1, Lyons.
IVfflUia. mn I«-»
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HOME TOWN FOLKS
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SO wwrr ”
in your future !
Come in and see it today
TEEN AGERS' DANCELAND
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TO TRUCK DRIVERS
Kl Illi &
3 MILES WEST OF MILL CITY — HI WAY 222
Herrold-Philippi Motor Co