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MILL CITY ENTERPRISE, M \RCH 31, 1949
1 we bother to mention them at all, ex his sister and family, Mrs. Curtis
I cept that, God created Heaven and Crawford.
Earth, and all creeping things, and '
Santiam Aerie of the Frater
they're one of them.
By MRS. J. A. WRIGHT
nal Orde of Eagles had its fi:st
The sc ason’s first group cf hungry
J! . ?nd Mrs, Alex Kauko re- m»etmg sine* December on Wednse
looms winged t e.r way from parts
turned this week from Finland hav- day evening and elected the follow
unknown into Detroit last week an t
>*>S spent about six months there. ing officers:
made three point landings.
President, Ed Debolt; vice presi
They sailed on the Gripsholm. On the
In the pest department, ants ere
return trip they visited relatives in dent, James Fowler; chaplain, Jacob
beginning to di scend upon the un-
Massachusetts and Michigan and in Fischer; conductor, Floyd Yarbo:-
suspecting public. Don’t know why
Salem with their .daughter Maltha ough; secretary, Curtis Howard;
who works for Dr. Fortmdler. Ben treasurer, Otio Russell; t ustees,
Kauko came back with them from Forrest Etter, Jim Giegler, Emmett
Finland and will make his home with Dorothy; inner guard, Roberte John
son; outer guard, Daniel McCormick.
Vergil Nelson of Sacramento came
Out of town visitors were F. Est-
by bu3 for a two weeks visit with bennett and Wefcb Loy, Bend, and
Virgil Nelson, Mendota, Calif. '
establish a bookkeeping and steno
graphic service here.
Mason lefts Tuesday
for Ha:ri.4burg to visit her son, Ar
thur Mason. Mr arw .Mrs Mason will
attend teachers institute in Portland
the latter part of the week.
Mr. and Mrs. Bill Anderson of
Vancouver were week end guests of
her s:s<er and brother-in-law, Mr and
Mrs. Gerald Vinton.
Mr. and Mrs. Eldon Mulkey of Sil
verton visited friends in Mill City
H. A. Schroeder
M A C’S
Church, next to Salem Parking
One Mile East of Detroit
JEWEL MYERS, MGR.
1918 Chevrolet Stylemaster Sedan. R. and H.
1948 Chevrolet Fleetline Aero, R. and H...........
1912 Chevrolet Fleetline Aero, R. and H.........
1912 Chevrolet Special Deluxe Sedan. R. anl II.............. ....1295
1942 Chevrolet Special Deluxe 2 Door with H................. ....1195
1942 Chevrolet Special Deluxe Coupe, R. and H............... ....1195
1941 Chevrolet Special Deluxe Convertible , R. and H. . ....1095
1941 Chevrolet Special I>eluxe 2 Door. R. and H......................... 995
1910 Chevrolet Special Deluxe 5 Pass. Coupe. R. and H. ... 895
1940 Master Deluxe Coupe with Heater ..........
1939 Chevrolet Master Deluxe 2 Ik »or, with H.
ORVAL’S USED CARS
Center & Church Sts.
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Somet'me ago Mis. Archie Mat
toon had one of her vertabrae thrown
out of place. This morning, during a
coughing spell, it was again mis
placed. Her husband took her to Red
mond for medical treatment.
Mrs. Frank Dickey returned Thurs
day after visiting friends in Mill City
for several days.
Bob Schotsick, son of Gil Schot
sick, Stayton, was calling in Detroit
Wilbur Lester of Santiam Hard
ware, Stayton, accompanied by Mr.
Greer of the Mehama fish hatchery
made a business trip to Detroit and
Virgil Nelson of Sacramento is vis
iting two weeks at the home of
sister, Mr, a
Mrs. Curtis Howard.
Mr. and Mrs. William Cauble
made a business tri? to Portland on
In the shuffle board tournament at
the Cedar Tavern this weak Mrs. Ar.
thur Edwards anil Emmett Dorothy
were the winners. At Detroit Tavern
Wednseday night Mrs. Dick BukeT
and Mrs. B. C. Delano won, and Glen
Dryden and Floyd Yarbrough were
the winners Saturday night.
Sunday, Aipril 3, there will be a
covered disii dinner at noon at Vick-
e s Hall for the Idanha and Detroit
Sunday schools. At 2 o’clock a film,
“Reaching for Heaven,” will be pre
George Steffy, a new resident of
Mill City, left for Los Angeles Wed
nesday and will return with Mrs.
Steffy in two weeks. They plan to
OPEN SUNDAYS, 9 a m. -4 p.m.
POL.Y & HER PALS
were HAvma a
« Monday evening S. T. Moore showed
two motion pictures to the crowd of
about 45 attending. Mrs. Eli Tangs
revealed the plans regarding the
school lunch program which will be
. staited at the new grade school next
week. Mrs. Bangs has headed the
committe in charge of getting the
lunch program. She has been assisted
by Mrs. Otis White and Mrs. Cliff
Pete-son. For the present season the
mothers of the children will take
turns cooking and serving to the
100 or more pupils. A lunch was
served by the sixth grade after the
At the regulat meeting of the PT A
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