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About The North Santiam's Mill City enterprise. (Mill City, Or.) 194?-1949 | View Entire Issue (April 21, 1949)
MILL CFTY ENTERPRISE, APRIL 21. 1919
By MRS. REBA
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The Mill City Enterprise
were Mrs. Byron Bates and Donald.
film was shown.
Mr. and Mrs. Herschell Manasco Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Morgan of Mill
Mil City, Oregon.
and family of Sutherlin were week City, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Stavang,
end guests at the homes of Carl and Carl and Wayne, Mrs. JoHanna Sta-
Charlee Wolvarton, Editor and Publisher
var.g of Jordan, Mr. and Mrs. Frank
Elsbeth Wolverton. Business Manager
Mr. vnd Mis. Sol Warpentin and Edwards of Scio, an Mr. and Mrs.Mar-
family, .Mr. and Mrs. Henry Quiring
Easter services began bright and Bntered as second-class matter.November 10. 1944 at the post office at Mill City,
and family and Rev and Mrs.^Worth,
Sunday morning in Lyons with Oregon under the Act ol March 3, 1879.
and family, all of Dallas, spent Eas
ENTERPRISE CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING
ter with Mr. and Mrs. Henry Hiebert 7:15 mass held at the St. Patrick
Wednesday noon will run in the regular classified section and
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Mr. and Mrs. Buck Storey w e e r lices were held at the Lyons Methodist those received later up to 10 a. m. Thursday will run in the “Too Late to Classify’
church following the Sunday school section.
Bend shoppers Saturday.
Error, in advertising should be reported immediately. The Enterprise will not
Visiting Mr. and Mrs. Carl Schaf hour.
responsible for more than one incorrect insertion.
fer Easter Sunday were Mis. Schaf
fer’s mother, Mrs. Hefley, and bro munion services at the Lyons Metho
insertions for »1.00. Display advertising 40c inch
ther, Allie Fox of Salem.
The Easter sermon delivered by 1W. E. Schubert, a returned mission
Rev. Worth and piogram by the Sun- ary from China, was present and
gave a very interesting talk.
•day schoo were enjoyed by many.
Mr. and Mr's. Hennie and family
? U B 11 S Hjí
of Tuele Lake, Calif., spent a few building with three new homes, a new
restaurant east of the Lyons Food
days at the Eddie Evenson home.
six months for the date hereof.
Mr. and Mrs. Bill Hamilton and Market and the new school house for the estate of Anna Margaret Diwald
Dated this 31st day of March, 1949.
son, Mr. an Mrs. R. L. Tucker and
family, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Cannon •which is ibeing built south of town on
swtl son and Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Lem
ing and family enjoyed an Easter hama
W. H. Bell, Atty.
picnic on the Metolius.
Mr. an Mrs. Jack Gulliford and at her home is reported improving. ter H. Bell, Stayton, Oregon, within
sons were week end guests of re
at the Lyons Food Nfrlcet has been
latives in Aumsville.
Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Gordon and confined to her hme fr several days
family were visitors in Portland with due to illness.
The Mehama extension unit will
Mrs. Elbeit Brown was taken to hold its meeting at the Women’s club
the hospital' in Salem by ambulance house Thursday afternoon, April 28
after a sudden illness Sundry. Mr. with a plastic ware demonstration.
Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Boring spent
Brown accompanied her, and no re
port of her conition W been learned. the Easter holiday with relatives in
Sol Tucker, assistant scoutmaster, Sweet Home.
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Olmstead and
took a group of Scouts to exploie
the lava caves. Boys enjoying the sons spent the week end at Burnt
trip were Earl Lady, Dixie Goodeve, Woods with her parents.
The Home Economics Club of the
Gerald and Jon Tucker, Quinto Fin
ley, Gerald Vickers, Dick Woodward, Santiam Grange held a meeting at
Sonny Nygaard, Jack Bennett, Sonny the hall with a very small attendance
Mrs. Paul Smith left Monday for
Walker, John Mcfhtyre and. Merle
James. Transportation was furnirhed Califoinia for a visit with her sons.
The Percy Hiatts and Amos Hiatts
by the Idanha Lumber Co.
were Sunday dinner guests in Albany
of the Harry Elmers.
Mrs. Catherine Summers and
daughters of Portland ar« visiting j
her mother, Mrs. Catherine Lyon. |
By EVA BRESSLER
Judge and Grant Murphy of Salen
Faith Rebekah lodge held their were Sunday guests of their daugh
meeting at the hall with the follow- ter, Mrs. Clarence Jungwirth, and
officers in the chairs, Helel McClurg family.
Mr and Mrs. Norman Johnson of
noble grand, Frances McCarley vice
grand, Garnett Bassett secretary Portland .-'pent Easter with her par
and Beulah Lewis treasurer. The reg ents, Mr. and Mrs. Alex Bodeker.
ular loutine of business was carr^ Other guests were Mr. and Mrs.
out, anil delegates were elected to Clyde Bressler.
attended the Rebekah Assembly of. A total of $66 was realized at a
of Oregon to be held in North Bend in PTA card paity held April 2,
May. Elsie Myers was recommended I
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
| for district deputy president. Dele- ’
HFRVBY IS GIVEN that
gates were Elsie Myers, Beaulnh
Lewis with Mildied Carr and Effie' 1 have been, by the County Court of
Heineck as alternates. Jean Roberts Linn County, Oregon, Probate De
was appointed drill cupta.n to re partment, appointed administrator of
place Hazel Lewi who is untole to
serve due to ill less. At the social
hour the committee Mabel Hass,
Effie Heineck and Helen Andersen
carried out the Easter motif with
their refreshn nts and table decora
Mehama and Jordan Farmers Un
We'll keep your books
ion will present an amateur progr.i 2
MILL CITY auiiuauuiiumii
and write your letters
at the Rebekah hall Friday n
April 29. Cash prizes will be awaid-
P. O. Box 421
ed and there will be a trip for two of
Or phone Enterprise office
the winners. Mrs. Ercille Wilson of
Mehpma will be the accompanist. The
women will serve a chicken dinner be
tween six and eight p.m. Anyone
wishing to »rpear on the prog: am
Ix'arn to Danee now
may contact either Bob Draper, rt. 1,
Lyons or Luther Stout ,rt. Stayton.
Modern - Old Time - Latin - Hop
I Relatives gathered at the home of
i Mr. and Mrs. Maivin Edwaids to
$1 per month and up
help Mrs. Edwards celebrate her
An instructor from Merlaiye
Also serving Gates and Lyons
birthday anniversary. A wiener
Dancing School of Salem, is
roast was enjeyed and those present
now available to you.
The North Santiam Willing Work-
: era Club met Wednesday afternoon
with Mrs. Opal White as hhostess.
Eleven members and four guests at
of R ig>p l> tended. It was voted to give the caf-
plane for Ju- ' eteria of the new school a new clock
her daughter. and a dozen tea towels an ,$25 to
help on hot lunches. A forest reserve
TRAILER COURT IN CONNECTION
offers a complete line of major
Automatic Chef electric range
Master Chef electric range $249.95
Super deluxe refrigerator
Master model refrigerator
Super deluxe washing machine
Zenith special washing machine
8 cu. ft. home freezer
Zenith to the buyer means the
quality is higher
It's not hard to learn to fly with
a competent instructor. DAVIS
.AIRPORT has engaged the Ser
vice of Tesi Galbraith. Silverton,
a licenced flying instructor, who will I m * at th«1 airport twice each
week. Check with Byron Davis, Mill City Tavern, for details.
REPORT OF CONDITION
Of the MILL CITY STATE BANK, at Mill City, County of Manon.
Oregon, at close of business April 11, 1949.
I «ans and discounts (including $1477.58 overdrafts)
United State« Government obligations, irect and guaranteed 668.999..*»
Obligations of States and political subdivisions
Cash, balances with other banks, including reserve balances 178.b86
Bank premises owned »10200 00, furniture and
Demand deposits of individuals, partnerships and
Time ivposits of individuals, partnerships and
Deposit« of United States Government (including
Deposits of States and political subdivisions.
Other deposits (certified and officers’ checks, etc.
368. 193 .6 2
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TOTAL CAPITAL ACCOUNTS
TOTAL LIABILITIES AND CAPITAL ACCOUNTS
STATE OF OREGON, County of Marion ss
1, D B. Hill, caahier of the above named bank, do solemnly sweat
♦ hat the above statement ts true to the best of my knowledge and
D B Hill. Cashier
Subecr<bed and «worn to before me this 19th day of April, 1949
D B Hill Jr
Notary Public for Oregon
My commission expires 4 24 50
C. F Mason. Mildred L. Allen. Frank Rada. Maxina Hill. D rest rs
Most Treasured Documents
Inquire at Kings Trading Post
halfway (retween Mill City and
Writing of the Star-
In our display window
Miss Murphy, Instructor from
Merlaine Dancing School
• Delta Band Saws
•Delta Table Saw*
Delta Mood loathes
\fter hours 2-1393
Self Supporting. Tax Paying
SPECI \I OPENING SOON
Nili TRAILER HOMES
Bought * Consigned • Sold
1 Mile East of Gate*
Ne«ir The Maples
LOY & HOBBY SHOP
133 N. Ceatmaretai