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About The North Santiam's Mill City enterprise. (Mill City, Or.) 194?-1949 | View Entire Issue (April 28, 1949)
MILL CITY ENTERPRISE, APRIL 28. 1949
Mr. and Mrs. W. P. George of Sa- |urday.
lem were recent week end guests of
her brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and
Mrs. Harold Champion.
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Stephenson
By JF.AN ROBERTS
of Independence moved here recently.
He is with the Army Engineers.
Some preparatory work has stall
Mrs. Williym Schuford of Mongold
ed at the George Pettingigg home
has been in Independence the past site on Evans Cieek. Building will
week called ther by the serious illness
start this summer.
of her father. William Burch.
Carl Longnecker, John Payton and
Visiting Mr. and Mrs. William
Paul Clise are employed building
ble Sr. over the week end were their
fences and other odd jobs.
son-in-law and daughter, Mr.
Elkhorn school now boasts a play
Mrs. David Campbell, accompanied by
shed; not very large but at least a
Mrs. Catherine Sinner, all of Port dry spot where tlie youngsteis can
WER Y SATURDAY
play. It was completed last week.
Nolan Rasnick was taken by am
4 tin. N. of Salem on 99 E
Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Ray and family
bulance to Bend Sunday after he had
fil.EN WOODRY s
fallen on a shovel while working on moved last week to the house recent
ly vacated by the Robert Stewart
Mr. and Mrs. Otis White drove to his place. As his injuries were fourni family. They had been living with
85 cents, inc. tax
Eugene Saturday to see his mother not to be serious he was taken home Mr. Ray's parents for some time.
Mrs. Hailey White who was injured by the attending physician. He will
in a car wreck the previous Sunday. have to take it easy for a few days. past week in Silverton with Mr. Long
The Raymons Sophys had as their
She was improving.
guests last week end her father, B. necker’s mother. Funeral services for
Mr. Longnecker Sr. were held Mon
Two soloists and a quartet will give I , ,'E. Waters and her sister-in-law and day. Several Elkhorn neighbors at-
'numbers in the minstrel show to be | children,
presented by the Detroit g oup in merton. Her mother who has been
One Mile East of Detroit
the PT A entertainment April 2s and here about ten days returned with for the school election Monday night
Salem Heavy Hauling &
29 at the old grade school building. them Tuesday.
JEWEL MYERS. MGR.
Mr. and Mrs. Elmo Fryer came to on the proposed budget. Only seven
Joan Cauble will sing “Lin ly Lou”
vtes were cast.
and Ben Todd “Nobody.” The quartet Detroit on Friday for a few days’
of Ben Todd, Russell Hoyt, Eldon visit with his paients, Mr. and Mrs. spent the past week visiting Crystal Phones: Plant 34644; Office 39408
1405 N. FRONT ST,
White and S. T. (Tennyt Moore will Tom Fryer. Elmo is attending a pho Wilson, Elkhorn school teacher.
sing three numbers. “Under the Bam tographers school in Portland.
Mr and Mrs. Ben Todd and daugh
boo Tree’ will be sung by Mrs. Bangs
and Mr. White. A horn duet will eb ter Beverly took her sister, Mis. Ol potluck dinner at her home Friday.
I rendered by Frank Wilson and Mr. ive McKenney an daughter Bonnie Going from here were Mrs. Ray Sis-
to Bend Saturday where they went
cho, Mrs. Ike Myers and Mrs. Ray
Chorus numbers are “Mississippi by bus to their home in Klamath Roberts.
| Mud,” “Hot Time in the Old Town” Falls after a week spent at the Todd
OF GOOD HEALTH
| “Hand Me Down My Walking Cane.” home.
Don Stahlman trainmaster of the In the matter of the Application)
We specialize in the treatment
“Dinah,” “Ida, Sweet as Apple Ci
of rectal disorders.
der,” “Dark Town Strutters Ball,” S. P., was here on business Friday.
Mr. and Mrs. John Estey drove to IDA W. CAREY, JACK CAREY,)
with a novelty dance number. Jean
No Loss of Time
Bi ay ami Shirley Hammer will pre Bend on Sun lay,-thence to Holly to AREY PODRABSKY and IRENE)
sent a tap dance novelty. There will visit her sister, Mrs. Willard Booker PODRABSKY
Dr. R. Reynolds Clinic
NOTICE OF ALLEY VACATION
Mrs. Mildred Agee of Portland ar TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN:
nick is interlocutor. Admission is 60
218 N. Liberty. Salem. Ore.
Phone 3-1642 — Eve. 2-1647
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
cents for adults and 25 cent for chil rived by bus Sunday for a visit at
164 S. Commercial
the home of her son an daughter-in- IDA W. CAREY' and others, have
.. SKSJS6MÖ 4 dren.
In addition the Idanha have a com
Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Wilson of Fos the Common Council, to close the 16
ter called at the Joe Wright home on foot alley running North and South
through the center of Block 25, Hob
Mr. and Mrs. Albin Cooper spent Sunday.
Mr and Mrs. Delmar Nelson and son’s Addition to the City of Mill
the Easter week end with his mother,
Ronald Morgan made a trip to Poit- City, Linn Cunty, Oregon, between
who lives near Molalla.
Mr. an I Mrs. Gordon Brown ar.d D Street and E. Street, in the City
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hussey of On
tario, Mr. and Mrs. Lester Waite of twins I.ina and Donna an Mrs. Claude of Mill City, Oregon, as same ap
» Prineville and Mr. and Mrs. Walter Holbert and boys drove to Bend Sat pears upon the recorder! plat of said
addition of said City, now n file in
Ball of Detroit spent Easter at the
the Reconlei’s Office of the Recorder
home of the parents of the three wo
of Conveyances in and for Linn Coun
men, Mr. and Mrs. Amos Clarke at
136 S. High St.
ty, Oregon.and that said Common
Council has set the 4th day of May,
1949. at 8:00 P. M. o’clock .thereof
ly of Oakland, Calif., are clearing
at the City Hall as the time and
ground for a modern trailer,camp.
place for the hearing of objections,
It is located about two blocks south
if any there be, why the above des
of the new school 'building and when
cribed alley should not be closed.
cippleted will have a water system
showers, and water attachments for
The above petitioners do hereby
GLEN HEARING. Prop.
• Many tandem discs ridge
each trailer. They expect to have
grant a permanent easement thiough
ground in the middle. This
disc is designed to prevent
apace for about 150 trailers.
said alley-way to the City of Mill
Recent Mill City visitors in Detroit
| City, for purpose of laying drainage
With Ford Tractor Hydrau
were Mr. and Mrs. John Montgom
sewage disposal tile.
lic Touch Control, you angle
ery. Buzz Fleetwool. Mrs. Herb
or straighten the gangs. Saves
Stop and shop at
wear on disc,
Smith and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Bla
time. Study the
Don’t Borrow, Subscribe!
' treasurer, Mrs. Eldon White; and
seetetary, Mrs. Gordon Sk dmore.
! Ml .1 Cal Schlador who has Ixen
By MRS. J. A. WRIGHT
, president of the club for the past
The Women’s Civic Club met Wed- | two years entertained with an in
nesday at the home of Mrs. S. 1 | teresting accout of a trip through
California. New Mexico and Mexico.
Moore with 12 present.
The following officers w • e elected In the latter state she and her hus
band say one of the ai my’s experi
for the coming year:
President, Mrs. Ray Johnson;; vice mental rockets launched.
Refreshments were served by the
president, Mrs. William Cauble, Jr.;
hostess and Mrs. Howard Dean, at
whose home the next meeting will
be held May 4.
Last Fri lay Mrs. Schlador, Mrs.
of lawnmowers; all kinds of
Johnson, Mrs. Skidmore and Mis. J.
A. Wright were delegates to the Mar
ED L. BERGHOLZ
(on county loa I SE Hilltop Store) ion County Federation meeting in
LADIES A CHILDREX’S
E. ’Pink’ Mason. Prop.
AUTO STORAGE’ BATTERIES
GLEN’S BARKER SHOP
The Little French
NEW OPENING TIME
Quickly attached by
nserting four pins.
Straight gang, pro-
tert grassed areas.
suits and dresses
Pay one-half, charge one-half
5:30 A. M. to 10:00 P. M.
115 N. High St.
Johns - Manville asphalt shingles
applied right over your old roof.
Now is the beat time to apply
your new roof — before your old
cedar shin git's are all curled up.
10 per cent down — 3 years
Free estimates gladly given.
MATHIS BROS. Roofing Co.
THAT OLD WATCH CAN GIVE
MANY MORE YEARS OF GOOD
SERVICE IF IT IS PROPERLY
REPAIRED so, BRING IT
Jacquith Music Co
forlatest fashion in coats
Phone 1502 Detroit
Touch Control pre
H. A. Schroeder
tests our work
giving a printed
proof of accuracy
LET US TEST YOUR WATCH IN 30 SECONDS
NO CHARGE OR OBLIGATION
* Logging and Sawmill
BIXYCK WEST OF THEATER
Jacob Spaniol & SonJJT
D W. Reid MD
PHYSICIAN Ci SL RGEON
Diversified fruit and vegetable
farm; 20 acres, all cleared; irri
gation; orchards, vinyard and
Strawberries, raspberries, boy-
senberries. youn gharries. apples,
grapes, walnuts, cherries.
6 mom house, hot, cold water,
shower, 4 mom fruit and »tor-
age house, large garage and
WALLS VARIETY FRUIT
Rt. 1, Box 138, Turner, Ore.,
mil« west of Aumsville on Tur
short hair-do’s — oh-$o-pretty with
Fallew foshien's fsncy-and treat y»i<r«»W to o
new «hart hair-da. But Cirsi . . . a speedy
Deb-u-<ud Permanent Wave ta leave year haie
sett—shining—fall of body and beavty.
NOW at your
CUT CONSTRUCTION COST OF
WALLS IN HALF. NO painting
Shirley' Beauty Shop
Open evening« by appointment
PERMANENT FINISH — FIRE-
PROOF — ATTRACTIVE — INSÙ-
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FIRST GRADE »12.75
CRABTREE & K »RETTE
SERVING THE CANYON ARE \
Laundry: Nu-Method, Mill City and Stayton
..Laundry and dry clean ng: Ken Golliet. Mehama; Mt. Jeff Cafe..
Dry Cleaning: Santiam Self-Service Laundry, Detroit.
103 S. High
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