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About The North Santiam's Mill City enterprise. (Mill City, Or.) 194?-1949 | View Entire Issue (March 24, 1949)
MILL CITY ENTERPRISE, MARCH. 24. 1919
is Mill City the past
Qre»s and Jack Ashbaaer, of Santa ] ! have
baen living in
I few month- left for Red-ung, Calif., |
L. C. Hall, Jimmie Farris, George Monday. A farewell party was given
Mül City, Oregon.
Young and J. A. McBritt, err. pl aged them Saturday ah oh*-Roy Walker
Mr. and M r>. Del Nelson retained
Charlee Wolverton, Editor and Publia her
by the engineering department of Mi home.
last week, after an extended visit
A birthday aurpgise-party for Roy
chael Ba bars, Inc, moved to Camp
witii tihair relativ«« in Boise, Idaho,
Elsbeth Wolverton, Business Manager
MongoM March 14 for aaaignmsnts. Walker wa«-given in his honor Sat
and Hiawatha, Kans.
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Hanan took their
Frail Miller of Portland war a bws- urday by Mrs. Walker. Guests were Entered as second-class matter November 10, 1944 at the post office at Mill City,
Mr. and Mr*. Carl Smith of Mehama. Oregon under the Act of March 3, 1879.
ineae-caller in Detroit.
baby son to Bend last week for med
Mr. and Mrs. Larry Johnson, Pa Mr. and Mrs. Bud Howard, Mr. and
ical attention The infant has been
ENTERPRISE CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING
cific Grove, Calif, are the parents of Mrs. Ed Warner and Di Jg Shepard.
quite ill with flu.
Ads received by Wednesday noon will run in the regular classified section and
a daughter, Linn Marie, bom March
Mrs. Albert Toman enteratined the those received later up to 10 a. m. Thursday will run in the “Too ¿ate to Classify"
10. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs Auxiliary of the Lions Club Tuesday section.
Olivet Johnson of Detroit.
evening, with eight present.
Errors in advertising should be reported immediately. The Enterprise will not
Willis Hayes was a business call-
Jimmie and Johnnie Reed are ill be responsible for more than one incorrect insertion.
ler in Salem last week.
with the measles.
Mrs. Loritz Hansen has returned
Mr. and Mrs. Bob Mather and Pen
Ono insertion for 50c or three insertions for $1.00. Display advertising 40c inoh
after spending a week in Portland ny speat Tuesday evening in Mill
for medical attention.
City. Penny stayed with the Crusons
O reg ]
Mrs. Roy McKeever, who under and Mr. and Mrs. Mather were at
went surgery in Portland on her the Lowell Stiffler home.
I A T I 0 N
PB Bl I S Hl
thumb, i* recovering.
A dinner honoring the 86th birth
Mr. and Mie. Les Be»son, Mrs. day of Mrs. Isabel Beeson was given mile to the township line; thence
to the north line of said Section
Den Davis and Mrs. Kenneth Kenny Sunday by her mother, Mrs. Herbert west one mile along the south
33; thence west to the northwest
were business callers in Bend Last Schroeder. GuostflOwere Mr) and Mrs. line of section 35; thence south
comer of section 33; thence north
Harvey Beeeon and sone, Winchester to the southeast comer of the
to the center of the North Santiam
Visiting with Scott and Oecil Ful- Mr. and Mr». Fred Lieper, Albany, northeast quarter of the north
River; thence Easterly up stream
lington last week were Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Schroeder, of east qarter of section 3 in
along the center of said river to
L. W. Fullington and «on Douglas Forest Grove»
Township 10 South, Range 3 east,
the point of beginning.
of Hood River.
Mrs. Charles Kelley was hostess Will. Mer.; thence west to the west saving and excepting any right of
Shuffleboard winners: Detroit Lim- to the Missionary Society of the Pres line of said section 3; thence north way of any railroad or any Federal,
iter, Francis Stout and Kenny Pink- byterian Church, Mrs. Lester Hath one-fourth mile to t-h e township State or County owned land that
staff;; Mrs. Ann Anderson and Mr». away, president, in charge.
Mrs. line; thence West to the southwest might 'be included within the boun
Roy McKeever. of Idanha.
James Swan led the program and comer of the southeast quarter of dary of the above described area.
Cedar Tavern: Clifton Veal and Dr. David Ferguson and Mrs. Hath th« southwest quarter of section 33
away led the devotions. Present be in Township 9 South of Rang« 3
Visiting the Dick Ruckers last week sides w«» Mr«. Anne Dawes, Mrs. east; Will. Mer.; thence North one- “PINK DOGWOOD, ROSES”. Ral
was Gunnar Nelson of Prineville.
Herbert Schroeder; Mrs. Floyd Fleet fourth mile; thence West one- eigh Harold Nursery, 319 W. Wash.
.Mr. Neel on reported the earth-fill wood, Mrs. Fred Grimes, Mrs. Clay fourth mile to the West line of St. Stayton, Ore.
ed Ochoco dam, overflowed and near ton Baltimore and Mrs. Johi Swan. said section 33; thence North one-
ly flooded Prineville.
Metie Stewart left Tuesday for fourth mile to the quarter Section
Miss Fay Cooper discovered a pan Port Riley, Calif, after a furlough corner on the west line of said
sy in bud in her yard last week. We with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Geo. section 33; thence East one-fourth
can hardly call it a freak. That would Stewart. He expects to be given for mile; thence North one - half mile
be a nasty name for -so welcome a eign duty soon.
sight. Could it be the pansy is her
Mr. and Mre. Carl Kelly, Mir. and
alding an early spring? Or maybe it Mre. Russell Kelly, Mr. and Mrs. Bob
is just trying to even up the score Hill and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Allen
a bit on that daffodil business in the of San Francisco went to the coast
valley. In either case, salutations to last week end.
a brave little pansy.
Mr. and Mrs. 1 KennoUh Hill are
moving to Dallas.
Mr. and Mrs. Chai les Cruson and
Mr. and Mrs. Leo Cruson and family
SMALL HOME, EXCELLENT
have returned to Mill City to live.
NEIGHBORHOOD, CLOSE TO
Mr. and Mrs. Dick Siddall wen
Mrs. R. L. Faust, and Mr. and Mrs.
LARGE LOT. ELEC
I^ee Rose visited Mr. Faust in Vin
cent’s Hospital in Portland Sunday, family. Mr. and Mre. Clifford» Mork
and family also called on the Kerbers
Mr. Faust is improving.
FULL SELLING PRICE
Mr. and Mrs. William Biockmnn Sunday.
have rented the apartment of Jack
Colburn. Mr. and Mrs. Ardell Web
ster, now at Wolf Greek, are plan
By order of the County Court of
ning to return to their home wi.ich
the Brockmans have been renting. Linn County, Oregon, issued March
Mrs. Marietta Smith hase been very 17 1949 notice is hereby given that
ill at the home of her son, Charles on Monday, April 18, 1949 at 10:80
Smith, in Gates. Wllbwr Smith has- A. M. of .said day in the County
I. This word means “the top” ’ or
could apply to the work of
been here sever»' days because of his Court Room in the Couit House at
“the peak” as in Broadway Ap-
Salem, Oregon, a hearing -will be held
21. This is a current fund drive
Mrs. Lowell Stiffler, Wavne and on the proposed formation of a Rural
4. Here's a city in England or
we should all take part in. Prin
Neal, Mrs. Robert Veness an I Shir Fire Pr< tx. tion District to be known
Pennsylvania. It’s also the deepd
cipal word combination with
ley and Mrs. Cb "les Wolverton «nd as th - Gates Rural Fire Pi election
freezer you’ll want from Broad
Jeffy visited the Lyons kin!<wgart*n District the exterior boundaries are
J* k ULRICH CO
22. With food prepared on a Kal
which as follows:
$1 per month and up
8. This word is gangster language
amazoo Range -from Broadway
Jim Reed was in town, from Mo- Beginning at a point where the
serving Gates and Lyons
for “gun.” Also is the only filter
Appliance yul’ll think you're eat lalla, on business Monday.
line between sections 28 and 29 in
■ We specialize in all types of apprais
you meed in a Cory coffeemaker.
ing at the--------- .
Mr. and Mrs; Bob SuNivan who
9. Initials for the fellows in the
23. Abbreviation for Saint. (Er.)
Will. Mer, Linn County, Oregon, al^ See us about your values. Expert
25. "OF’ or “from.” (Fr.)
intei sects the Center of the North Federal appraiser. Have testified in
II. Pronoun always considered
26. ‘Ta.” (Spanish)
Santiam River; thence running Federal court 33 times on values.
when you get household applianc-
28. To be. (Present tense)
South theree-fourths mile to the Ph 3-8672 Salem Rm. 202, 317 Court
30. Industrial caol region. Valley
quarter section comer between sec
12. Initials: Next to the President
tions 32 and 83 in said Tp. ami
13. First letters of word ending
33. Here’s the man who pays,
Range; thence Wert one-half mile-
Septic Tanks Cleaned
in "sire," A fine vacuum cleaner
(less at Broadway Appliance)
to the center of said Section 32;
Tanks priced $13.60 and up,
st Broadway Appliance.
34. All you need for a filter with
thence South one-fourth mile to
Electric Roto-Rooter Sew
15. Initials of agency assisting 9
the Cory Glass Coffee-Maker.
the southeast comer of the North
er Baryks. No digging. No
above. Also contraction for south-
36. Direction on compass.
east quarter of the southwest quar
37. We have lots of thess and pots
ter of said section 32; thence Wert
16. —facto. Legal term,
Phone 3-9468 or 3-5327..........
too at Broadway Appliance.
one-fourth mil« to the southwest
18. From a steer; this word fits
Mew 1*7« Dm St, W. Salem
corner of the northeast quarter of
right into your Broadway Appli-
39. The coffee maker that uses
the southwest quarter of said sec
just a rod for a filter.
tion 32; thence south one-fourth
20. This word, meaning "tidy,”
HOWARD CORSET SHOP mils to the south line of said sec
tion 32; thence west one and one-
fourth miles to th« southwest cor
1. A manufacturer of car radios 17. Spoke.
Special Attention Given to Fittings
ner of section 3^ in said Tp. and
and fans that are tops. At Broad-
19. These will taste better cooked
H osie ry- Lingerie-D ressos-Smock s
Range; thence North one-half mile
way Appliance, of course.
with Broa.hvay Appliances. Also
131 High St. Salem Ph. 4032
to the quarter section corner on
2. the thing you use to prepare
slang for food.
the West line of said section 31;
fine home-made pop-urn.
24. With “Roto,” a vacuum clean
thence West one-half mile to the
er unsurpassed at Broadway Ap
center of Section 36 in Township
3. Nickname. Man's
9 South. Range 8 East, Will. Mer.;
6. Exclamation. (What you say
27. A great number. A multitude
thence south one-fourth mile to the
will flflt2'ou W,c6 1>8 n(o.. rP
As in the variety at Broadway
northeast corner of the south half
when you see the Broadway Appli Appliance.
of the soptlnrert quarter of said
29. Signal of distress.
section 36; thence west one-half
6. The 1»-^ n*nre in copper clad
31. The hope of humanity. (Ini-
mile to the v>»rt line of said sec
utensils. Also famous night-.,der tin Is.)
tion 36; thence sooth ons-fourth
32. This one foots the bills tor
’ "* qMtaMBtaB
7. With “Art.” The freeier refri her.
Evergreens of all kinds, camel-
gerator combination featured at 33. All the goods are up to this
I iaa, rhododendrons, rose bushes
1*3 N. Commercial
word at Broadway Appliance In
and many others.
9. —to Broadway Appliance
fact, they are above it.
Fruit trees, berry plants.
10. — is the best place
BILL TIMM Nl USERY
531 Co«rt............ Saiaaa Orcgsw
13. Guy who won’t buy his wife
35. The “state” of Washington,
a Broadway Appliance.
the nation's capital.
37. River th Italy.
The Mill City Enterprise
Rudy Cadin was a visitor at the
Fred Beatty home in Redmond last
Visiting the Max Harlans last week
end were Mrs. Harina's cistar,. Gel
die Bodycon, and Red Wire, of Long
view, Wash. The Harian’a son, Bill,
returned with them for a week’s vis
it with his grandparents.
Moving here last week to make
their home are Mr. and Mrs. James
There’ll Be No Crosswords
When You Put Your
roa o wati
APPLIANCE C .
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David M. Reid
HOVj YOU WILL .
BENEFIT BY READING . |
TOY & HOBBY SHOP
It a not hard to ieam to fly with
a competent instructor. DAVIS
AIRPORT has enraged the ser
vice of Ted Galbraith. Silverton,
a licensed flying instructor, who will he at the airport twice each
seek, ihcck with Byron Davis, Mill City Tavern, for details.
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