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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 12. 1949
Commencement exercises will be in ness.
the high school auditorium June 1
Lyle Rush of Salem and Gerald | Two Gates students sustained bro
Garrison motored to Suttle Lake for ken noses while playing baseball last
A number of Boy Scouts from the at 8 p.m. School will close June 3.
a few days of fishing over the week week. Both boys, Earl Henness and
local troop attended the Boy Scut
Mr. and Mrs. H. Mitchell, who end.
Herbert Romey were behind the bat
circus in Salem Saturday.
when struck in the nose.
them we r e George Rambo, Gordon
Mr and Mrs. Harry A. Robinson
Devine, Ronald Knapp, Edward Bish have purchased a 50x100 ft. lot of informally at her home last Friday
op, Allen Vale, Marvin Haun, Philip Riley Champ and have started the afternoon. Those present weie Mrs. of Salem have purchase.! a 212 foot
Hayward, Jerry Larson and Edward erection of a new home. The lot has Glen Henness, Mrs. Norman Garri lot, with river frontage from Mr. and
liver frontage and is west of Gates. son, Mrs. Dale Stubbs, and Mrs. Paul Mrs. Albert Millsap. The new owners
M rs. T. R. Burton is visiting re
Cubs attending were Royal Schaer,
in Seattle for a week.
Otis Chance, Marvin Meirose, I>avid
Miss Norma Devine, her sister Lo- |
Vale, Edward Butler, Douglas Hiite,
rena and Wiley Muise played in the
and Rex Herron.
Adults providing transportation recital given by the Wiltsey studios
for the boya were Scoutmaster Gale ! in Stayton Sunday afternoon. Others!
Carey, Fred Stone, Mrs. Melbourne ' attending from Gates were Mrs. Hol- J
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Rambo, Mrs. Meirose and Mrs. Ed lis Turnidge and daughter Caralyn, |
M rs. Albert Millsap spent several
in Stayton last week at the ■
Gates high school has announced
the following schedule for Commence home of here daughter and son-in-
Why suffer from the tortuous pains urrd aches due to Arthritis.
ment week and the closing days of law. Mr. and Mrs. Edmund Klecker.
Mr. and Mrs. Burrel Cole spent!
M-uritis and Rheumatism, when there is a possibility of receiv-
relief from Alfanal. There are no pain-killing drugs in
Junior and senir banquet, to be
\lfanal which give just temporary relief, there are no habit
their son and wife, Mr. and Mrs.
held at the Spa in Salem May 14.
forming ingredients and it is not toxic. If you have tried other
May 20, a full day of entertain Burnette Cole.
things without receiving relief, you owe it to yourself to try
Mr. and Mrs. Glen Henness went
ment. Parents are invited to visit
classrooms in the morning, including fishing Sunday on the Metolius Ri
the grades from first to sixth. A pic ver.
Ue invite you to ask for our new folder and read what
Mrs. Norman Garrison and her
nic dinner will be served at noon. In
many satisfied users of Alfanal have to sav.
the afternoon there wil lbe a field
day. A program for the benefit of the guests Sunday in Eugene at the home
junior and senior classes will start of their sister and brother - in-law,
at 8 in the evening in the auditor Mr. and Mrs. Cooper Ford.
Garrison’s mother, Mrs. Claude Reb-
Baccalaureate services for the grad ham of Dallas, is at the Garrison
uates will be held Sunday, Mayy 22, home convalescing from a recent ill
at the Christian Church in Mill City.
The Rev. William Buckner of Stay-
tor will deliver the address.
plan to build a summer home on the
property. Mr. Robinson has been en
gaged drilling wells in this locality
and has recently completed drilling
on the Millsap place.
Contrary to recent reports Mick's
boarding house has not been sold. We
wish to make this correction.
J. C JONES, Prop.
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\ From where I sit...
How Would You Say It?
AT YOUR FINGERTIPS
Curley Lawson's cousin from back
East and a few of us got talking
when he was here visiting, and I
couldn't help noticing how different
he said things.
For instance, he said, “Lifting
that 200-pound bar) of c< ment al
most killed me.’’ “You mean sack
of cement?" asks Curley. (That's
the way we’d say it.I “No,” inter
rupts young Elliott v ho'd sn-.-nt a
lot of time down Sou: i, "He means
a ‘poke of see-ment.’ "
Once in Love With Amy
Ya Wanna Buy a Bunny
You, You, You Are the One
Clancy Lowered the Boom
Cruising Down the River
what he was trying to say. It
just depends on where you are in
the U. S., which way sounds right.
From where I sit, whenever we
criticize someone for sounding fun
ny to us. we ought to think how we
sound to th in. It’s the same as
choosing ’ ur liquid refreshment,
’.on moderate glass
like ginger ale—
„ . i
.he other's wrong?
I'd say we're both right!
It was good for a chuckle, any
way. Bag, sack or p■>'
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