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About The North Santiam's Mill City enterprise. (Mill City, Or.) 194?-1949 | View Entire Issue (April 21, 1949)
MILL CITY ENTERPRISE, APRIL 21, 1949
Buzz Fleetwood and Gale Dorothy caller at the George Cree home. He
Easter week end guests at the Al- Joaquin; and Mr». Velma Carey, as i
, guest of Tier daughter and family,
Mrs. Steve ■ were in h • s . \ a i., Friday night was former owner of the Cree place
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Chance, several days ■ bert Millsap home were their son treasurer, replacing
and family, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Mill- Champ.
and is in the real estate business in
Mrs. Gale Carey returned home the
Mug.it Lvrou,y left, Taaaday for Portland.
The club extended invitation» to
Mr. and Mrs. William Athey hav. , sap, Betty and Robert, and Sunday
last of the week from the Salem Me traded their trailer house and pickup i guaets, t'.eir daughter and family, the Mill City, Lyons and Meham. Dayton, Wyo., to visit his son Ted.
mo! ial Hospital where she had been to Russell ‘Stafford for his sedan. Mr. Mr. and Mr*. Edmund Klecke. and cluts to be their guests at t^e social and daughter, Ruth Howell, emoutel
under observation for a week, follow Staffor will live in the trailer on five chilren of Stayton.
meeting Thuisday evening, April 28. to his home in Onawa, la.
ing a sudden illness.
Emmett Dorothy of Detroit had i
Mrs. Mike Plant left for Olympia, in the social rooms of the school.
property h« ownes in Linn County-
Mrs. Fred Stone and daughters,
The next regular meeting will be Easter dinner with his sister, Mrs.
Mis. Ed Tietze returned Friday Wash., Thursday to care for her
Mrs. Dale Mi lee an baby and Mrs. [ | from Portland where she had been daughter-in-law who was injured as May 121, and the new officers will be Alfred Stahlman, ami father, M. W.
Robert Mai shall, who are guests at i for several months at the home of she jumped from a thiid floor apart installed.
their parents’ home, spent several her daughter, M r s. Scott Lindsey, ment during the earthquake. She suf
Attending Thursday were Mrs. El
Mr. and Mis. H. D. Queener of i
days in Portland last week visiting wh*Ie under doctor’s care. Mrs. Tiet fered a badly crushed foot.
mer Stewart, Mrs. Laura Joaquin. Sweet Home and Mr. and Mrs. Stan
Mrs. Lula Collins. Mis. Harry Kei ley Hitchcock of Sublimity were re '
ze has been ill all winter, but seems
Mrs. Della Dike of Salem was the | much improved of late.
The Gates Woman’s Club met in ser, Miss Georgia Shane, Mrs. Albert cent callers at the G. T Cree home. .
Mrs. Alice Burton of Bilyeu Den
regular session at the schoolhouse Millsap, Mrs. Edward Chance. Mr».
Thursday afternoon. A no-hst lunch Joe Joaquin, Mrs. Steve Champ, Mn. ’ spent several days recently with her
eon was served, followed by the bus Theodore Burton and Mia. Velma daughter, Mrs. George Cree.
Easter guests at the Cree home
iness meeting, at which Mrs. Elmer Carey.
Mrs. James Overlock and baby were Donald and Marlene Burton of
Letters were read frojn Mrs. Edna daughter, Kathrine, who visited for Stayton, Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Mor
OPEN SUNDAYS, 9 a m. -4 p.m.
Ross and Mrs. Ruby Horner, past ten days at the home of her parents, ris and girls, Marie and Arlene of
presidents of the club, in acknow Mr. and Mrs. Edmund Davis, have Portland.
H. M. Potter of Portland was a
ledgment of onvitations to the party leturne to their home in Seattle.
, Mr. and Mrs. T. R. Burton and
honoring past presidents.
Film and Developing.
Election of officers was the prin ■ three sons spent the Easter week end
On« Mil« East of Detroit
cipal order of business. Mrs. Elmer Jin
I in McMinnville at the home of his
parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Burton.
Stewart was elected fdr a second J parent»,
JEWEL MYERS, MGR.
CANDY - CIGS - TOBACCO
Lyle Potter of Portland, Billy Pot
term as president; Mrs. Theodore
Burton succeeded Mrs. Cecil Haun ter of Mill City, attending school in
as vice president; Mrs. Albert Mill California, and Buddy Davis, OSC,
I COMMERCIAL, INDUSTRIAL AND DOMESTIC
sap, secretary, replacing Mrs. Joe wer ehere Wednesday to attend the
James Eccleston funeral. The boy,
were close friends.
Guests last week at the home of
Miss Georgia Shane from Salem were
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Saunders, who
days. Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Cline, Mill
24 hour- a day
See Ed L. Davis
City, spent Monday evening with
Lyons, R. F. I).
Recent guests from Salem at
home of Mrs. Lula Collins were
daughter, Mrs. Claude Seilard,
Mrs. Dale Boyd.
Salem Lighting & Appliance Cc
Oregon Mutual Fire
MILL CITY TAVERN
BYRON DAVIS, PROP
“At.the Bottom of the Hill”
Mill City Plumbing
& Heating Supply
Jack Lacey of CBI has moved to
the David Reid mote).
Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Estenson
ar ethe parents of a girl, Barbara
Mae, born April 10 at the Salem Me
morial Hospital. She weighed 9 lbs.,
Paul Horner was in Stayton Mon
day on business .
Mr. and Mrs. James Reed were in
Mill City Monday legarding their
Mr. and Mrs. Dana Church a n u
children spent Sunday at the home
of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Wolverton.
Mr. and Mrs. Albeit Millsan of Gates
were dinner guests also.
Miss Daisy Hendricson observed
her birthday as a guest of Mrs. Viv
ian TIoenig of Salem.
Salem Welding Supply
Meco & National Apparatus
Lincoln Electrodes & Machines
Everything for Welding
CALL US OR COME IN AND SEE OUR COMPLETE
LINE OF APPARATUS AND SUPPLIES
John P. Seitz, Mgr.
205 Chemeketa St., SALEM
Res. Phone 2-1605
Bill Dots >n
Store hours B a.m. to 5 pan.
IT’S THEIR THIRD
UNHEARD of values in Home Furnishings.
NEW & USED
1605 N. Summer
145 S. Church, next to Salem Parking
Weddle Funeral Home
BRAND NEW ARMY TENTS.
Ideal for temporary housing, water
proof, fireproof and mildewpruof.
Once in Love With Amy
Ya Wanna Buy a Bunny
You, You, You Are the One
Clancy Ixmered the Boom
Cruising Down the River
PORTER & LAU
16 x 16 - - $52.50
16 x 32 - - $69.50
Smaller and Larger Sizes Available.
In BA LEM
“First With What You Want Mast”
COMPLETE APPIANCE SERVICE
Radio, Waaher Refrigerator and
Mill City 1884
INTRODUCING THE NEW CRAFTMAfiTER ELECTRICALLY
Living Room Funrnitur-
Mattress and Box Spring Combinations as low as
NATIONALLY ADVERTISED REFRIGERATORS AND RANGES AT
In Furniture, Stoves, Dishes
AT YOUR FINGERTIPS
ELFSTROMS in salem
PRICES IN THE
REMEMBER THIS DATE
adm. 25c - 10c
R. L. Elfstrom Co
See Bob Draper or Luther St.at
Register at Golliet'r
Cafeteria Dinner 6 to 8 O’clock