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About The North Santiam's Mill City enterprise. (Mill City, Or.) 194?-1949 | View Entire Issue (March 31, 1949)
MILL OTTY ENTERPRISE, MARCH 31, 1919
^ett^^rTiKtenson^uni Mrs. Leon
Bennett are working at Mom and
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We’ll keep your books
and write your letters
P. O. Box 421
Or phone Enterprise office
About t$360 ha» been collected for
the Red Cross so far in the current
drive. Thi» is over half of the quota
set for Mill City.
Solicitation» were to be completed
thi» week, and the total will be an-
nounced next week.
Since the city is also collecting
for a r-pirMor fund H wa.
»om. of the Red Cross fund.
be applied to that purpose. The ag | Twelve n’.'imberi of the North San-
I ttam Wilting Workers Club gather«!
ency’» official» in Salem, however, de
clared that they could not do that be for their regular meeUng at the ap-
cause it might create a situation of „rt.rent of Mrs. Uoyd Girod Wed-
similar requests from other cities. neoday afternoon. Donations for crip
However, several Red Crocs lead pled children and Red Cross were
ers in Salem contributed personally voted.
Committeemen, fclub representat
to the respirator fund here.
met Wednesday night to plan for
Local businesses contributing in
A handkerchief shower was given
| Beebe Cabinet Shop, Mountain
Louie Sproggus by a number
States Power Co., Mill City State
' Bank, Shirley’s Beauty Shop, Faust of her friends at the home of Mrs.
j ,4 Ross, He idricsonla Store, Mill City Jack Gulliford. Mr. and Mrs. Sprog
Planing and Processing Co., Silver gus will leave in a ftew days to make
Saddle Station, Wood’» Sfbre, Mill their home on the coast.
Chicken pox seems to be very much
in style. Arlene Woodward is right
' Cafe, Mill City Manufacuiing Co.,
Byers Construction Co., Baker’s Jew
elers, Mom and Pop’s, Fleetwood's
Grocery, Mill City Enterprise, Ress
ler*» Grocery, Kellom’» Grocery, Mill
City Tavern, Hilltop Store, and other
firms yet unreported.
Mrs. George Stewart is a new
FRIDAY & SATURDAY
Swift’s Skinless Franks
3 lb. Swiftning
3 lb. IGA Sno-Krem
Fresh Ground Coffee
Grade A Ig. Eggs
10 lb. .89
For Your Week End
We are making a wide variety of items in addition
to the hundreds of baked articals you are accus
tomed to see
Here’s Just a Few of Them
Chocolae eclair«* 2 for
Cream puffs. 3 »or
Cream horns, filled with
Apple Turnovers, 3 fur
Coffer cakes for your Sunday
Hot Cross Buns, chuck full Iff
Betsy Kriever 1s back in school af
ter a tonsilectomy
Mrs Frederick Rugh’s Campfire
group gave a stork shower for her
Saturday in the basement of the
Church of Christ The decorations
were planned by the girls. Parents
and friends were guests.
Club to Meet.
The Deteroit Women’s Civic Club
will have its next meeting Wednes
day, April 6. Place of meeting will
be announced later.
Committees were appointed to plan
for the coming of the X-Ray Mobile
in June. The committee includes Mrs.
Ray Johnson, Mrs. Nolan Raznick,
Mrs. Earl Parker, Mrs. Howaid Bald
win, Mrs. John Weisgerber, Mrs. Otis
White, Mrs. Paul Reynolds, Mrs.
Ford Harvey, Mrs. Wilbur Chesnut.
Mrs. Vem Alvin, M"s. Huber Ray,
Mrs. B. Stoiey, Mrs. Richard Hansen.
Mrs. Lloyd Girod has charge of the
Christmas seal campai'ni, with Mrs.
B. C. Haseman ard Mrs. Ra> John
Gibb Electric Service
Established in 1$1»
Phone 2-2578 164 1- Commercial
AU Depositors Insured op to
$5000.00 Under the Terma of
the Federal Deposit Insurance
Firs and Automotive Insurance
the use of
Butane & Propane
HEATING - COOKING - WATER HEATING
Safe - Clean - Economical
PAYNE MODERN CONSOLE
Versatility 1» the keynote of
this attractive gas-fired space
heater. Whether at home, in
the office, io a «tore, motel, or
c lass rex, m, the PAYNE (.ON*
SOLE provide» instant heat,
Gas Heat, Inc.
ferae* yew heotlnf worries,■■
SAM BRIDGES, Distributor
CALL US TOOAY
Phone Lyons 15
On Highway 222
By MRS. REBA SNYDER
Little Ronnie Floyd is quite ill and
is receiving penicillin shots every 48
Moat Treasured Documents
of War Expenses.
In our display window
2 1-2 SIZE CANS
Sauerkraut 2 for
Corn Syrup 5 lb
Shortening 3 lb. pail
Lard 4 lb. pkg.
NATIONS” » AOVfUlSfO
11 OZ. CANS, OREGON BRA\D
Apple Sauce 3 cans for« 2 5
Be sure to order your Easter Hams Early
BAKERY & FOUNTAIN
Construction Plans anti
Light and Power Wiring
A Home Bank, Owned
and Managed by Home
G. C. McKinney
Make our fountain your coffee-roll headquarters
Mill City, Oregon
A Self Supporting. Tax Paying
Our OWN Fresh ICE
Mill City State Bank
Visiting over the week end were
Miss Jean Cox of Hoquin, Wash., At Ken Golliet’s, Ph. 147, Mehama
and her sister Mrs Margaret French,
On Friday evening Mr. and Mrs.
Ruskin Smith were host honoring
Otto Russell, and Miss Jean Cox,
who announced their engageement.
Visiting with Mr. and Mrs. E. W.
Berry over the week end w^re the
Peter Udinig family, and ElsicS'hun-
egger of Portland.
Mr. and Mrs. Alvie Fisher, of
Forest Grove, and Mr. and Mrs. Glen
Henness of Gates, were week end
visitors at the Major Baughn home.
DON’T FORGET OCR CAKES, IN AT LEAST EIGHT VARIE-
TIES; PIES:; SPECIALTY HR EADS
Don’t forget the pot luck dinner
up amongst them thia weelt .
Mrs. Warren Stahl, accompanied at Idanha Hall Sunday. April 3. The
occasion i» the fi:st anniversary of
to Salem iLnuf.v
for a a cheekut,
checkup, the Idanha Sunday school.
He still has an ear infection. Mis. "Rreachinf from Heaven,” w 11 be
Albert Snyder was also a Salem cal shown at 2 pm.. No charge.
Weekend Portland visitors were
ler that day.
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Schaffer enter Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Girod and sons.
Mr. an Mrs. Ford Harvey age in
tained Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Pittam
I and girls, Mr. and Mrs. Frank New the valley on business this week.
and Albert Snyder Saturday night.
The old weatherman really has us DAHLIA bulbs; stalled begonias,
coming an going. We iTorft know glads, shrubs, etc. Raleigh Harold
whether to store our red flannels in Nursery, 319 W. Washington St.,
moth balks or to order another sup Stayton, Ore., Phone 6842.
ply of fuel. I’m glad to report the
snow can’t last 'much longer, how
ever, with luck, that is.