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About The Mill City enterprise. (Mill City, Or.) 1949-1998 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 22, 1949)
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MILL CITY ENTERPRISE, SEPTEMBER 22. 1949
Better Vision Means Happier leisure
leisure hour» fullly enjoyed make
the day's job easier and better. Good
seeing depend» on two factors—clear
eyesight and good illumination. Have
your eyesight examined regularly
and any defects corrected; and be
sure the light on your eye tasks is
ample and good.
Offices at Mill City Furniture Co.
Open Every Thursday 1 to 6 P.M.6 I*. M. to 8 P.M. by appointment
• Eye examination
* Eye glass adjustments
• Glasses fitted.
• Broken lenses replaced
General offices at TenBrook Jewelers, 313 W. 1st St., ALBANY
Quality job printing at the Enter -
Fred and Jean Wilson spent the SANTIAM Fraternal Order of Ea
gles 2745 meets at Rod and Gun Club j P
day in Potland Thursday.
Mr. and Mrs. O. D. Wilson have in Idanha <-ac . Wednesday 8 p.m. 30
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Clise’s Trailer Park
as their guests, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph
Bv Mrs. E. R. Towne
Thibault of Oakland, Calif. They are ÉBBUIUMI.I1!! -i i
Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Miles and Mrs. Wilson’s parents.
children of Seattle and Pat Berryhill
of Wheeler, Ote, spent Friday at the
Lynn Baker home. Mr. Miles is in LODGE OPENS FALL SESSION
First meeting of the current seasou
Mr. and Mrs. H. N. Wilson of Le for Marilyn Chapter, No. 145, Order
banon were Sunday afternoon calleis of the Eastern Star, was preceded by
a covered-dish dinner at the lodge
at the E. R. Towne home.
Monday evening, Sept. 12. In
June, Betty and Allen Mitchell
spent Saturday and Sunday visiting charge of the dinner were Fern
Shuey, assisted by Halle Toman and
Mr. and Mrs. George Clise have
Reports from the grand chapter of
as their guest his mother Mrs. Beck
Oiegon session in Portland last June
man, from Ventura, Calif., who after
were given by Laurence Walworth,
a visit of several days returned to
Alice Rupp and Fern Shuey. A special
her home in California.
memorial service was conducted for
Floyd Arnett from Idle wood Park Bessie Allen, a member of Marilyn
near Roseburg was a business visitor Chapter who died in Seattle last May
here over Saturday.
and for Alberta S. McMurtey, a past
Mr. Clise had the driveway into the worthy gand matron of Oregon.
Park heavily graveled over the week
Wilson Stevens, worthy patron,
asked visitors who had moved here |
from other localities to introduce
Santiam Trailer Park.
themselves. They were Mrs. George
Clise of Gates, formerly of Califoi-
By Mrs. WilwonPark
Floyd Völkel has had 325 yards of nia, Gertrude Barton, of Portland.
gravel spread over the court th i s Jean Gould, of Hillsboro, Alice Jetton
week and is still improving the of Taft, Mary Clark of Vallejo, Cal
grounds. The new utility house is if., and Mis. McElvain, a former Cal
ifornian who has been substituting
now completed and is in use.
treasurer for the local chapter.
Mrs. John Bonham and two chil
was decided to invite Cedah chap
dren left Monday for Klamath Falls
ter of Scio, Adah chapter of Inde
foi a week’s visit with relatives.
pendence and Cottage Grove chapter
Mr. and Mrs. David Barnhart and
'for the October meeting, at which
Mr. and Mrs. Hariy Banhart of Mill
time Alice Rupp, now of West Salem,
City were Sunday evening visitors at
will be honored for her appointment
ter and fam?c,astr angem th.p recin
as grand representative for the state
the home of Mr. and Mrs. Wilson
The committee for
that meeting will be from Detroit and
Mr. and Mrs. Roy McDowell and Idanha, including Merle Palmerton,
children from Neiwberg visited over Doris Haseman, Gladys Alvin, Kath-
the week end at the home of her sis iyn Slater, Zoe Chesnut and LaVelle
ter, Mrs. Atkins, and family.
Mr. and Mrs. Marion Fergus and
son, Terry M. of Portland, were
week end guests of the Jack Hogans.
Mr. and Mrs. James Fish and son
Jimmy visited at the home of his
parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. K. Fish, in
Dayton over Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. R. Parker aie occu
pying the Gable trailer during the
absence of Mr. and Mis. Gable who
left for California where he had se
Mrs. Rose Luck and Mrs. A. Hani
an were shopping visitois in Port-
Two new families moved into the MBOMK <«•
court last week: Mr. and Mrs. Frank
Porter and Mi. and Mrs. Kahler.
RAYON and NYLON
Made by Mojud and
2.95 to 6.95
Rayon Jersey Slips
Best-Form Bras, 1.50
White and Rose-black
Panty and Straight Styles
today’s Blitz Weinhard
At the bridge
Distributed by Gideon Stolz Co.
Butler’s Trailer News.
Pearl and Ait Durham were visited
by their daughter and son-in-law of
JUST EAST OF GATES
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Mre. Jim St. Clair left Saturday
■ for a six weeks’ vacation. She plans
on going to Kentucky.
Mrs. George Davison is giving pi- '
ano lessons to some of the childien ;
in the court.
Mrs. C. Hamm was home over the
Dick Ixnig ha« the framework up
for his new garage.
Koonie and Ora Hauser celebrated
their 29th we lding anniversary Mon
day, the 19th.
Bernice and Ixtren Johnk had the
Hausers over to their trailer for an
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