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About The North Santiam's Mill City enterprise. (Mill City, Or.) 194?-1949 | View Entire Issue (May 12, 1949)
MILL CITY ENTERPRISE. MAY IX 1949
Richard Shepherd, »on of Bertha
Shepherd, is cook at the East-West
Side Cafe at Junction City, Oregon.
The Three Links club met at the
Fine Cosmetics and Perfumes
Gifts for Men and Womrn
50 Cents up
KAY COLBURN, Distributor
MUI City, Oregon
Studio 200 feet West of Furniture
Telephone 2606 for appointment
Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Carter oi I
home of Mrs. Mel Robison on Tues
Henry Bayless, principal of the
Mill City high school, has purchased
a lot from Mrs. Bertha Shepherd in
the Shepherd's tract.
Mr. and Mrs. A. T. Ritter of West
port, Ore. are new residents of Mill
City arriving Sunday. Mrs. Ritter is
employed by the Inn Side Cafe as
general manager and cook.
Mrs. Ward Inglis of Stayton will
be in Mill City Tuesday afternoon, on
May 17 at 2 p. m. to demonstrate the
making of corsages at th« home of
Mrs. James Swan.
Members of the Mill City Garden
club, friends and anyone inteiested in
joining is invited.
Mr». Freres of Stayton will assist
The early part of this week the
garden club members started clear
ing the highway grade above the
town and wiM soon plant flowers
•here. Assisting the ladies were Char
les Doleazel and Wilbur Meinert.
Glenn Ditto of Junction City, Ore.
is visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs.
George Ditto of Niagaia.
Mr. and Mrs. Al Smeenk of Port-
Land visited her parents, Mr, and
i Mrs. John Swan over the week-end.
La Grande, Ore. spent Mother’s Day
with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. V.
Morrison. They took a trip up the
canyon. Mr». Cart«- is remaining for
a short visit. Mr. Carter returned
Mr». Paul Cree solicited for the
respirator in Mill City. It was former
ly announced that Mrs. Lowell Cree
Mr. and Mrs. Ray Johnson accom
panied by her mother, Mm. Jennie
Thompson, spent Mothers Day at the
home of Mrs. Johnson’s brother and
sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. C. E.
Thmpson at Redmond. Their mother
will stay for a few days’ visit.
Mr and Mrs Claude Miller of Mill
City and Mr. and Mrs. Albie Fisher
and daughter Nina of Forest Grove
were Detroit visitors Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Lovell are
the parents of a baby girl, born in
a Salem hospital Tuesday morning.
Stop in and See Our
Bought - Consigned * Sold
1 Mile East of Gates
Near The Maples
Martin s Self Service
Tracy Cox & Co
See A. T. Barnhardt
at Silver Saddle
Forenoons: Trailer conrt
$1 par month and up
Also serving Gates and Lyons
Open 7 days a week
ROBERT SKINNER. Proprietor
1C» not hard to learn to fly with
a competent instructor. DAVIS
.AIRPORT has engaged the «er
ti ice of Ted Galbraith, Silverton,
a licensed flying instructor, who
week. Check with Hymn Davin,
The Mill City Enterprise
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Blazek return
ed Monday from a pleasure trip to
Mil City, Oregon.
the coast and the Rogue River coun
Charle» Wolverton, Editor and Publisher
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Walters and baby
Elsbeth Wolverton, Business Manager
daughter attended the crab festival
on the coast and visited her mother,
M second-class matter November 10, 1944 at the post office at Mill City,
Mrs. Charles Frank in Valley Junc
ander the Act of March 3, 1879.
tion over the week end.
enterprise classified advertising
Mr. and Mrs. Lowell Stiffler were
Ads received by Wednesday noon will run in the regular classified section and
in Salem over the week end.
Mr. and Mrs Anton Moravec had those received later up to 10 a . m. Thursday will run in the “Too Late to Classify
dinner Sunday at the home of their
S<!&rors in advertising should be reported immediately. The Enterprise will ooi
son, Tony of Fem Ridge. In the late
afternoon Mr. and Mrs. Charles Wol be responsible for more than one incorrect insertion
verton and family had strawberries
One insertion for 50c or three insertions for |LOO. Display advertising 40c inch
and cream with the Moravecs. The
Wolvertons had previously picnicked
at Taylor’s Grove.
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Mr. and Mrs. George Veteto, Mr.
and Mrs. Arey Podxabsky, Mr. and
a 11 o N
Mrs. Ed Goachie and Adelbert Allen
attended the Jolly Dancers at Scio
Arthur Kriever. Mrs. Lee Dike gave will also go clam digging. Carol Jane
Floyd Fleetwood left Wednesday a reading which she had given in will stay with the Wolvertons while
they are gone.
on a fishing trip at Suttle lake.
Bill Brockman waited three hours Blue grape hyacinths and white li Ardell Weebster and Frank Blazek
on the streets of Albany Saturday lacs formed the centerpiece on the went to Bald Ridge over the week
table with tall blue candles at the end to get some of the Websteis be
while his wife got a permanent.
longings which they were unable to
The Riders of the Santiam placed ends.
get out before because of the snows.
first in the obstacle race in the Salem
Refreshments of gelatin, cake
Mr. and Mrs. Milan Weston have
Horse Show at the Fairgrounds on coffee were served by the hostess
to live. They have been
Saturday night. They received a assisted by Mrs. Louis Verbeck and
living on Waldport. Mrs. Weston is
bronze statue which will be kept by Mrs. Kriever.
the organization. Everett Linbeck
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Blazek plan again employed at Shirley’s Beauty
won the trophy foT them. Jim King to leave this week-end for Longview, Shop.
placed 3rd in the bareback bucking Washington to visit relatives. They
On Sunday five of the Santiam rid
ers placed 2nd in the stake bending
Mrs. Frank JHazek, Carol Jane,
Mrs. Ardell Webster and her nephew,
and Pat Wolverton drove to the
coast and spent the week-end at Te-
lake. While there they had a short
I visit with Joy Johnson.
Mrs. Emet Graham gave a Mo
ther’s day tea at her home Friday
afternoon. The honored mothers were
Mrs. Stony Wells, Mrs. Otto Witt,
Mrs. John Trask, Mrs. John Plam-
beck, Mrs. Louis Verbeck, Mrs. R. L.
COMPLETE OVERHAl’L AND REPAIR. Bring your work tn us
Faust, Mrs. Arthur Kriever, Mrs.
for Better Operation. AU service guaranteed.
I Martin Hanson, Mrs. Belle Hawkins,
Mrs. Anton Moravec, Mrs. Lee Dike,
i Mrs. James Swan, Marlene Verbeck,
MARION and WILLIS LORING. Managers.
I and Wande Vandemeedr.
1 Each guest was presented with a
corsage which were made by Mrs.
be at the airport daily each
City Tavern, for details.
We Sell and Install
KIDNEY BEANS. LIMA BEANS
OPEN S VITRDAYS
ANY POPI LAR BRXND
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♦Delta Band Saws
•Delta Table Saws
Delta Wood Mthes
After hours 2-1593
Quality Repair Parts
Knotty pine paneling
KELLY LUMBER ALES CO
Russell Kelly. Mgr
»■LL CITT ■ «
SPECIAL HOUSE CLEANING
We are selling these at cost or
dependable Used cars
•40 Chev. 2 rr.
•16 Pontiac, clean
Chev 2 dr.
•37 Ford 2 dr.
•35 Chev. 4 dr.
GOOD BUYS ON TRAILER
Stayton highway 1 mile West of
TENTS, AWNINGS & CANVAS GOODS
Tents For Rent By The Month
729 N. Libert;.