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About The Mill City enterprise. (Mill City, Or.) 1949-1998 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 15, 1949)
MILL CITY ENTERPRISE, SEPTEMBER 15. 1949
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year was discussed and the date of of the blaze.
a “cat” and boiling water splashed
| Oct. 3 was set for the teachers re-
C. M. Veal, who managed the cafe,
on him, is reported to be much im-
.-aid that the gas equipment in the
By MRS. RHEBA SNYDER
Don Farrow took Mrs. Farrow to building appeared to be only touched
New residents of Gates will be the
Born to Mr. and Mis. Fred Martini galem hospital Saturday morning
Cleaning, if s the
families of Nate Bond and James teaching in the Mill City grade school Tuesday, Sept. 5, in a Salem hospi- ^or a maj,,,. operation. Mrs. Farrow’s by flames started by some other rea
Moore who have purchased the Mob again this year.
tai was a baby girl, christened Mil- | con(lition j, satisfactory,
! from the building also was undam
Bob Lewis, a new resident of this
ivy place east of Gates. This is one
Mrs. Harry Willis’ nephew, Albin aged and intact.
pf the largest acreages in this area community, returned here Monday
Sol Tucker’s mother and his sister, | I Cooper and Mrs. Cooper are the par
No official report on the cause of
and has two dwellings, a large house from Los Angeles where he had been Mrs. Bob Heiple, and Mr. Meiple, all ents of a baby girl bom in a Salem
fire has been made.
and a smaller and more modern cot on business.
of Estacada, were guests at the Tuck hospital Monday. Mother and baby
Mr. and Mrs. Grant Fallin of Sa er home the past week end.
But Mr. Bridges said all the evi-
tage. This place was formerly the
lem have purchased a tract of land
j dence showed that gas had nothing to
Mr. and Mis. Otis Floyd of Leba
Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Snyder and two
with river frontage from- Royal John
son and plan to build a summer home sons, David and Leonard, drove to non were week end Idanha visitors.
bought the M. Kessler property east
Salem Thursday evening to meet the
Eva Lou New accompanied Mr. and
cf Gates and it is reported will reside
Athel Savage to Salem Satur
Mr .and Mrs. Paul Davis were I
there. The sale was made by Pennick-
hosts Sunday at dinner to Mr and up from California, Arnold plans to day to take in the fair.
Mrs. Wilson Park and three children be home for a month or so.
By R. L. STIFFLER
Recent guests at the home of Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. George Clise.
Frank New and Holland Storey GAS NOT BLAMED IN FIRE
and Mrs. Walter Brisbin were Mr.
Ne<i Richards and Harold Wilson spent Saturday and Sunday fishing
This new trend in national sec
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and Mrs. Oscar Osterhaut, Mr. and spent several days fishing last week at East Lake.
recently destroyed by fire, reported
urity reflects directly on our
hear the first school bell of the
Mrs Ansel Hayward and three sons, on a trip that covered about 300 miles
The Idanha Little Theater Group
schools. In fact, we may have to
season, and it brings to mind how
Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Hackenberg and
Frank Saunders, recently of Salem were guests at the home of Mr. and distributor that gas was not the cause really important an event this is
turn out a whole crop of “Ein
daughter, all of Portland; Mr. and but now a resident of Gates where Mrs. Warren Stoll last Saturday eve-
steins” in order to feel safe.
Mrs. Leonard Brisbin fo San Fran he purchased the Georgia Shane ning. Attending were Mr. and Mis.
I brought out this point, not that
us. too. In fact, the very lifeblood
cisco and Mr. and Mrs. James Ar- place is assisting Glen Hearing on John Ray, Mr. and Mrs. eJrzy Pit-
is the only important function of
thure of Spokane.
Saturdays at the baiber shop.
tarn, Mr. and Mrs. James Gordon
schools, but it is an important func
Mr. and Mrs. Burnette Cole who
A guest at the Saunders home last l and Roselle Vickers.
tion that a lot of folks never think
During^the war I worked in a con-
are staying for a time at the home week from Salem was George
and Mr». A. R. Snyder and
of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Burrell | of the Smoke Shop.
1 sure shudder to think what
sons motored to Roseburg Saturday,
on Radar. And we had the privil-
Cole, spent the week end at Seaside.
some of the math formulas are go
Mrs. Velma Carey spent several stopping en route in Eugene to visit
Oscar Nystrom who was quite ser- |
ing to look like the next generation
Mr. Snyder’s cousin, Roy Snyder, and
to attend a closed meeting with
iotisly scalded recently when he re- | ' days of her vacation at the home of family. In Rosburg they visited at
to come. I remember when we took
I her son, Eugene Carey, and family
moved the cap from the radiator of
a short Radio Engineering course
in Portland. Mrs. Carey resumed her the home of Mrs. Snyder’s brother,
had just arrived fom the Europ
at U. C. Some of the questions
duties as cook for the hot lunches Leland Pittam anil family, retut ning
At the Mill City Furniture Store
would fill two tablet pages before
served to the pupils at the local home Sunday night.
brought out this point:
we got the answer to the value of
The first executive meeting of the
school Tuesday of this week.
That the old concept for winning
one radio part in a circuit. O, well,
Among those attending the fair in Deanha PTA was -held at the high
wars of “getting thar fustes with
that's all over.
Salem weie Mr. and Mrs. W. Hutche school building Monday night, with
the mostes” must go and it's now
Say. speaking of formulas, we
son, Miss Helen Wilson, Miss Pat all officers and four committee chair
“getting there first with the most
have worked out one for “Why you
Jun, Don Carey, Mr. and Mrs. Robert men present. Business for the coming
technical adv ancements” — which
should shop our store for bargains.
Wilson, and many others.
wil’ dec'de the outcome.
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Mr. and Mrs. W, M. Campbell of
Vareful Buying x Good Quality Merchandise
Salt Lake City are visiting at the
home of their daughter, Mrs. Harry
G, E. ‘Pink’ Mason, Prop.
Osmus, and family,
Low Overhead x No salesman’s commissions Dollars Saved to you
M. and .Mrs. Claude Rebhan of Dal-
i AUTO STORAGE’ BATTERIES
Come in and shop around and see how our formula works.
lass were Sunday guests at the Nor
man Garrison home.
JUST EAST OF GATES
Mr. and Mrs. Frad Zunck and son
were week end visitors at the home
Sales and Service
of her mother, Mrs. Harry Edwards.
Wiley Muise, graduate of Gates
High School last June, left Monday
for Salem- where he will attend Wil
AT YOUR FINGERTIPS
Oliver Muise, former student at the
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local high school, is staying this win
ter at the home of his aunt and un
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cle. Mr. and Mrs. Delbert Jenkins in
Mill City and will attend Mill City
High. Oliver is one of the outstand
ing members of the Gates basketball
team and his place will be hard to
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Members of the Gates Woman's Broadway Rita of Today-4 records
Album .... 3.27
Club met Thursday afternoon at the
home of Mrs. Harold Wilson. A no Vaughn Monroe Album
host luncheon was served at 1:30, Wide Stock of 45 rpm records—
Classics, Popular, Westerns and
followed by the regular business ses
all vinylite — 69c each
sion. Mrs. T. R Burton, vice presi
dent, presided in the absence of Mrs. Classic Albums:
Elmer Stewart. The main topic dis Beethoven Symphony No. 7
Tchaikovsky Symphony, No. 0
cussed plans for the election of a
new clubhouse which is now under Tcsaikovsky’s Nutcracker Suite
construction. The plans for the foun Wagner’s Des Rheingold
dation, submitted by Tex Allen, were and many others
formally approved by the members.
Mr. Allen has donate.) his sei vices,
which are greatly appreciated bythe
club and will provide a plan for a
most attractive and modem building “First With What You Want Most”
COMPLETE APPIANCE SERVICE
of which Gates may well be proud.
Radio, Waaher Refrigerator and
Two new membeis were welcomed
into the club: Mrs, Frank Saunders,
.'formerly of Salem, and Mrs. Larry
; Shelton. The next regular meeting
' of the club will be held in the social
! rooms of the school Thursday after-
I noon, S< pt. 22. A no host luncheon
will be served preceding the the
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