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About The North Santiam's Mill City enterprise. (Mill City, Or.) 194?-1949 | View Entire Issue (May 12, 1949)
Ml^L CITY ENTERPRISE. MAL IX 1949
Ed Debolt, president of the Fra
I teen operating it this winter will be
order of Eagles, No. 2745, and
here for the present .
The next meeting will be at the three committeemen will attend the
i Mrs. Richaid Hansen will drive to
By MRS. J. A. WRIGHT
Milwaukie Saturday to bring home home of Mrs. John Weisgerber on meeting of the F.O.E officials in Sa
lem May 15. The Eagles here are
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Layman and son her husband’s mother who has been May 18.
Serving refreshments after the bus I planning a fishing derby again this
Bob of Toledo moved here recently. 1 under a doctor’s care in the Matson
Eail and Aau irey Laymen will take Hospital there fo rthe last two weeks. iness meeting were the hostess as- year, for members only, to start May
possession of the Cedar Tavern Sat-
Mrs. Else Aseman of Seattle will sisted by Mrs. Ray Walter and Mrs. 1 18. At their last meeting May 4 John
1 M. Fidel, Lloyd R. Bandura and Har-
urday. Mrs. Joyce Edwards who was come today for a visit at the home Perry Fiy.
| ry J. Fisher were initiated.
part owner of the tavern and had of her son-in-law anr daughter, Mr.
and Mrs. Nolan Rasnick. She has
been visiting another daughter i n from Provo, Utah, last week and ex Eagle securing the most new mem
pect to live here where he has em bers. The next meeting will be May
ployment. Mrs. Warby is the daugh . 18, and the officers are urging a full
of lawnmowers; all kinds of
of Mr. and Mrs. Tom Fryer.
of their son’s fifth birthday Mis. Per
Visiting the Major Baughns over
Detroit Jewelers are now occupy
ED L. BERGHOLZ
week end were his cousins, Mr.
(on county roa I SE Hilltop Store) est daughter, Roseann, who is nine ed at the corner of John Arthur’s and Mrs. Milton Baughn of Sisters.
fyeais old. Games were played in the
Cafe Emil Hintz and Pat Gammon,
■ j yard anti later refreshments served both of Portland, run the store, They
i to the following guests: Addie Jeff
rey, Evelyn Harper, Bobbie Burt, have a large line of watches and
Bobbie and Diane White, Darrel watch accessories, silverware, and
Booker, Mrs. John Estey and Mrs. they make replaceable parts for
Enid Bennett. The birthday cake was watches and do all kinds of repair-
trimmed with pink and blue roses •ing.
and greetings with the honor guest’s ) Coming on Wednesday for a short
visit with Mr. and Mrs. Joe Wright
were his brotheri-n-law and sister,
One Mile Ea-.t of Detroit
Fry invited these guests: Mrs. Dick1 Mr. and Mrs. R. K. Drake of Hepp
and children, Freddie, Dick
JEWEL MYERS, MGR.
Mr. and Mrs. Albet Beck and Peg
ie and Darleen, David White, Mrs.
gy, fomer residents, spent a week
Mariai Sowa ami Frankie, Mrs. Art
here visiting her brother and sister-
Clester and Bonita, Mrs. Lon Everly
in-law Mr. and Mrs. Lon Everly, and
and Vaughn, Mrs. W. Rhodes, Mrs.
their many friends. They had driven
Wallace Mattila and Claudia Fry.
N. of Salem on 99E
from their home in Long Beach to
The children enjoyed games and Kansas City to visit a sister, Vera
refreshments. A large yellow cake Everly, before coming here.
with yellow candles was the center
85 cents, inc. tax
A son named Daniel Richard was
bom to Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Bald
win of Stayton on Friday, April 29.
OF GOOD HEALTH
The baby is the grandson of Mis. F.
We specialize in the treatment
of rectal disorders.
L. Noble and nephew of Mr. and
Mrs. Raymond Sophy and Mr. and
Meco & National Apparatus
’Mrs. Howard Baldwin.
No Loss of Time
Lincoln Electrodes & Machines
Dr. R. Reynolds Clinic
Everything for Welding
The Women’s Civic Club met
the home of Mrs. Howard Dean
218 N. Liberty. Salem. Ore.
CALL US OR COME IN AND SEE OUR COMPLETE
Wednesday evening, May 4, with
LINE OF APPARATUS AND SUPPLIES
women present. The newly elected
John P. Seitz, Mgr.
205 Chemeketa St., SALEM
officers asumed their new duties.
Res. Phone 2-1605
Reports were given on the recent
'county federation meeting at Mac-
leay. It was voted to buy a $350 bond
with money made during the year
to start a saving fund toward a new
library and club room. It also was
to pay the expenses of one
high school girl to Girls State in
“At’the Bottom of the Hill”
The club decided to have a year
book whic hwill list all committees,
136 S. High St.
The high school juniors and sen
iors made their annual trip to the
coast last week end. The seniors had
their skip day and left Friday morn
ing. They were met at Seaside by
the teachers and the only junior,
Phones: Plant 34644; Office 39108
1405 N. FRONT ST»
Milk end Cream
10% Milk • 5% Milk
E. ’Pink’ Mason. Prop.
Al’TO STORAGE’ BATTERIES
FISHING T ACKI E
AT YOUR STORE
ox AT YOUR L'OOR
Phone 1502 Detroit
LADIES A < HILDKEN'S
Johns - Manrille asphalt shingles
applied right over your old roof.
Now is the best time to apply
your new roof — before your old
cedar shingles are all curled up.
10 per cent down — 3 years
Free estimates gladly given.
BYRON DAVIS, PROP
MILL CITY TAVERN
Jacquith Music Co
Salem Heavy Hauling &
Salem Welding Supply
Harlow- White. Those going were Don
Fryer, Dick Haseman, Cecil Willis,
Shirley Hammer, Mr. and Mts. Otis
White, Mis* Mary 1 r.pson, Mrs. Ar-
thur Ingalls and John Cannon. They
Phone 3-1612 — Eve. 2-1647
164 S. Commercial
MATHIS BROS. Roofing Co
H. A. Schroeder
GLEN’S BARBER SHOP
GLEN HEARING, Prop.
* Logging and Sawmill
Stop and shop at
BLOCK WEST OF THEATER
The LAttle French
I’M SELLING OUT
forlatest fashion in coats
suits and dresses
Pay one-half, charge one-half
5:30 A. M. to 10:00
thousands of Dollars Worth of Fine Merchandise
Jacob Spaniol & Son 11
D \V. Reid MD
Being Sold At Cost
PHYSICIAN & SI IRCEON
FURNITURE HARDWARE KITCHENWARE
Short hair-do’s —oh-so-pretty with
furniture sold at sacrifice prices. Bed
room suites, Davenports, Kitchen
furniture ... everything at lowest
Fair-traded articles being closed out
at really bargain prices.
you know ... and know to be good
... reduced far below list price.
Hardware ... saws, hammers, every
thing goes ... and goes at price
low enough to clear them out in a
huiry. Select your nee la und sav:.
OUR BUILDING IS FOR RENT - Fixtures for sale
Feflaw toshio«*» foncy~««a h-aot yaurtaW to a
naw »hart hair-da. Bal firvf ... a lp«»dy
ttoh-u-cuH Permanent Wove to law»« year he*
wft—shining—fall el body
OPEN FRIDAY AND SATURDAY
Shirley Beauty Shop
Open evenings by appointment
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SERVING THE CANYON AREN
Laundry: Nu-Method, Mill City and Stayton
..Laundry and dry cleaning: Ken Golliet, Mehama; Mt. Jeff Cafe..
Dry Cleaning Santiam Self-Service Laundry, Detroit
163 S. High
Til. 9 P. II
Ph 3 9125
CAPITAL HARDWARE & FURNITURE CO
211 North Commercial