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About The North Santiam's Mill City enterprise. (Mill City, Or.) 194?-1949 | View Entire Issue (June 16, 1949)
MILL CITY ENTERPRISE,
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Mrs. Elena Flatman, who lived in
Mill City many years, passed away
suddenly June 13. She has been liv
ing in Vallejo, Calif, the past few
years. She is the aunt of Dewey Flat-
$1 per month and up
Also serving Gates and Lyons
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any poiiular brand
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Opal Burton Hunter, a cousin of
Frank, two sons, Robert and William
George Cree, died unexpectedly
and a daughter, Wanda besides sev
Sunday mominig in Scio. She is sur
Mr. and Mrs. W. I. Wirt visited her vived by four children. She is also a
parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Waid of niece of Byron and Archie Bates.
Clatskanie, Ore., who were visiting Services were held in Scio Wednesday
at their daughter’s, .Mrs. Edward I Pat and Betty Lou Cree and Joan
and Frances Johnson left for Cor
Detlor of Portland.
Mr. and Mr». Itavid Reid and son vallis Tues«tay to attend the 4-H Club
and Mr. and Mrs. Amandus Frank summer school. Dorothy Downer and
have gone to Diamond Lakke for a Nancy Bruder also were eligible but
could not go.
week’s fishing trip.
Charles Gentry has sold his home
to W. R. Stewait of Stewart’s Gro WILL HEAR GARDEN TALK
Members of the Mill City Garden
cery. .Mr. and Mrs. Gentry will move
Club are invited to hear a talk on
to their ranch south of Salem.
Mrs. Robert Bruce of Portland is summer pruning by Carl Maskey at
spending a few days in Mill City. Her the Stayton Garden Club’s meeting
husband is superintendent of t>he June 17 at 8 p.m. in the Women’s
construction of power lines for the Clubhouse.
Miss Rita Trimmer of Vancouver,
OF CITY OF MILL CITY, Ore.
Wash., is employed at Mom and Pop’s
FOR YEAR 1949-1950
cafe, arriving this week.
Garfield Thomas is entering the
forest sei vice at Burns. Tommy is in Recoider salary, judge salary
Bums for the summer, LaCretta is
working in Vancouver.
Dave and Nancy Epp« of Sweet
Home were in Mill City Sunday.
Jerry Swan and John Nelson are
Police car expense
wo. king this summer for Mt. States
Mrs. W. I. Wolverton will arrive
here next week to spend the summer
Police car payment
with her son, Charles Wolverton, and
Maintenance and : epair
Dick Gillespie, former cook at the I Salaries
Kuckenberg commissary, is now chef Equipment repair
at Viv’s Steak House.
Mrs. J. E. Lindenmayer of Eureka, Emergency fund
Calif., visited her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. L. E. Dike, over the week end. I INCOME FOR YEAR 19491950
Mi. and Mrs. R. E. Burton of Scio
were guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. i
any popular brand
JUNE 16, 194»
A friendly family
The Mill City Entei prtse
MHI City, Oregon.
Charles Wolverton, Editor snd PuMisher
Elsbeth Wolverton, Business Manager
Entered as second-class matter November 10, 1944 at the post office at Mill City
Oregon jnder the Act of March 3, 1879.
ENTERPRISE CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING
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those received later up to 10 a. m. Thursday will run in the Too Late to Classify
Errors in advertising should be reported immediately. The Enterprise will not
be responsible for more than one incorrect insertion
One insertion for 50c or three insertions for 11.00 Display advertising 40c inch
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Public utilities (light and water)
Cash on han d
Pinballs, music and punchboards
Weddle Funeral Home
State Highway Commission 5453.00
County road tax
Dan .■ r Signals of visual inefficiency in children:
Frowning or scowling, holding reading matter
very close to eyes.
FOR - -
AN ANALYTICAL aii’E EXAMINATION
LENSES DUP. . JA'.’T.D
WIDE SELECTION Of FRAMES
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THE MILL CITY FURNITURE CO.
Every Thursday: 1 to 6 p.m.
6 p.m. to 8 p.m. by appointment
BUILD for Happiness
BUILD a NEW HOME
ROBERT SKINNER, Proprietor
We Sell and Install
•Delta Band Saws
•Delta Table Saws
Delta Wood loathes
TENTION: Itl'SIN ESSMEN
We will run your errands or get
y.tur parts for you out of Portland
m Sal. m in time that will amaia you.
Pas eager Air Taxi Service to Salem
Knotty pine paneling
ALL GRADES OF LUMBER.
MATERIAL COSTS. YOUR ENTIRE BUILDING PROJECT
HINTS. AWNINGS & CANVAS GOODS
Tenth For Kent By The Month
SANTIAM WAR SURPLUS
Once again the cititeM of Albony, attired in their colorful
_ out the . welcome »ign to all. World
championship high climbing, topping and bucking are o few ot
the many event» that elorify the romantic work of the wood*.
Three fun pocked day* of celebration with carnival, vaudeville
show*, hall games, parode. Jane ng and r.sammoth fireworks moke
this truly an unusual ccleh-otran
, .ouniain States Power Company
I mile rial of IMroit
Russell Kelly, Mgr.
72» N. Liberty.
LET US ESTIMATE YOUR
After hours 2-1593
It’s not hard to learn to fly with
a competent instructor. DAVIS
AIRPORT haa engaged the ear
vice of Ted Galbraith. Silverton,
a licensed flying instructor, who will be at the airport daily each
week Check with Byron Davin. Mill City Tavern, for details.
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