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About The Mill City enterprise. (Mill City, Or.) 1949-1998 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 22, 1949)
MILL CITY ENTERPRISE. SEPTEMBER 22, 1949
By MRS. J. A. WRIGHT
Detroit grate school’s enrollment is
240 this year, divided by
For your excavating
33; 4th, 25; 5th, 31: 6th, 25; "th. 34;
and dump truck work
and 8th, 14.
3-8 yd. 10-B Shovel.
The new cafeteria
in op-- ation
with Mrs. J. E. Fry a cook.
and General Excavating
High school had an enrollment of
38 opening day.
Silver Saddle Trailer Camp
Mill City, Ore.
Ph.903 PO . Miss Arcola Pettit, Carleton, Ore.,
Mrs. Eti1 Hanan, Stanley Whipple, of
Milwaukie and Otis White, princi
Mrs. Mildred Bischoff gave a party
at her home Wednesday honoring
Mrs. Yvonne Leming, with Mrs. Nita
Brown and Mrs. Alpha Eberly as as
sistant hostesses. Games were played
and prizes awarded to Jean Cannon
and Lillian Walter. Those attending
were Opal Leming, Maiy Gulliford,
Jean Fry, Gertrude Alvin, Lillian
Walter, Jean Cannon, Leila Cannon,
Pearl Hamilton, Elizabeth Corbett
and Emma Rhodes. Those sending
gifts were Mamie Sievers, Shirley
Hammer, Nita Thorton, Zeda Rynear-
son, Pauline Wolf and Melba Del-
laire. Dainty refreshments were serv
ed and favors given each guest.
Jones & Fagg
Sales & Services
I860 State St.
On Friday evening at the Church
of Christ a surpiise party was given
for Mrs. Eldon White by Mrs. Rich
ard Hansen and Mrs. Dale Palmer.
About 30 women attended and prizes
weie given Mrs. E. W. Bray and Mrs.
Ray Johnson in contests played. The
honor guest received n any gifts. Af
ter the opening of these, lovely re
freshments were served by the hos
tesses. For decorations the hostesses
had a meiry-go-round decorated in
pink and blue and some of the smal
ler gifts were suspended from these,
K REMEMBER I
v LAST JANUARY
o AND FEBRUARY
A baby daughter was born Satur-
dny in Coivallis to Mr. and Mrs. S.
T. Moore of Detroit ranger station.
Mi. and Mrs. Delmar Nelson and
Ronald Morgan attended the wedding
of Mis. Nelson’s daughter, Delores
Morgan, of Boise, on Sept. 16. She
became the bride of Norman Matlock
of Boise at a ceremony in the First
Christian Church there. The young
couple will live on the campus where
he is a student.
Mr. ami Mrs. Jack Barber and chil
dren were week end guests of Mr. and
Mrs. E. W. Bray Jr.
Detroit had its share of rain the
past week, with 1.40 inches falling
in a 24 hour pericd.
Coming for a week’s visit at the
home of Mr. ami Mis. Gordon Skid
more was Miss Jennie Hayden of
Breitendorf, la., Mrs. Skidmore’s
Visiting old ft tends here Thursday
were Mr. and Mrs. Jack Hack of
Hillsboro. Mrs. Haek, the former Ruth
Thomas, taught school here several
years, some time ago. Mr. Haek has
been here for a long time earlier as
superintendent of btidge construction
Otto Russell returned Thursday af-
ternoon from a two weeks’ vacation
during which he accompanied his bio-
ther and sister-in-law. Mr. and Mrs.
Lloyd Russell, of Portland, for a vis
it with relatives at Salt Lake City
and a toui through Colorado, Nevada
Ry MRS. JEAN ROBERTS
Mrs. Elmer Taylor was hostess to
the H. E. C. Club of the Santiam
Grange last week. Present weie Anna
B. Julian, Garnett Bassett, Mrs.
Franklin, (joldie Peck, Mrs, Ed Tay
lor, Jennie Bohannan, Blanche Wag
ner, Betty Von Tinney, and Mabel
Patton. A business meeting was held
in the afternoon, followed by refresh
Mrs. Keith Phillips left last Wed.
nesday for Washington to visit
parents. Her father is reported
Mr. and Mrs. Orville Landeis
the parents of a baby girl born Sept.
Arlie Dickie and Burnett Cole have
moved their war surplus store from
Detroit to Mill City and are operat
ing in the Mill City Furniture Co.
building with Mi. Cole as manager.
Mr. and Mrs. Dickie are still living
Mrs. M. S. Savage who has been
helping Mrs. G. R. Dickie at the De
troit Hotel for the past several
ronths, has returned to her home in
Portland. Mrs. Clarice I .add i saw will
take her place.
M. W. Doiothy, Mil! City, father
In Furniture, Stoves, Dishes
of Emmett Dorothy, an Bill James,
an old time neighbor of theirs who
came from Wyoming, visited Em-
M A C
Mr. and Mrs. Francis Piercy of Mo- 145 S. Church, next to Salem Parking
lalla visited Mis.
Dickie Su n-
Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Hall opener!
a cafe Saturday at Fischer’s camp
about two and one-half miles west
Be comfortable now and prepared
for the really cold weather to come.
Spark Oil Heater* always give
rou just the temperature you want
when you want it See them today.
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— „I* TORI
Spark deluxe Oij
Heaters give both
radiant heat For
complete comfort, De 1 iv e ry
you need both.
Mr. and Mrs. Pete Owens (foimer-
CARD OF THANKS
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ly Erma Clayson) are the parents of
To all those who gave their sym
a baby boy bom last week.
pathy and assistance during the death
The first meeting of the season of of our daughter and illness of our
Quality job printing at the Enter*
the county extension service was held family.
last week at the Women's Clubhouse
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Feais.
with Mis. Barney Kirsch, president,
. residing. Committees were appoint
ed and it was agreed to sponsor a
4-H club for the grade school child
ren. Attending were:
Alma Kirach, Eula Monroe, Merle
No coal to shovel
Teeters, Doris Teeters, Estelle Phil
No a$he$ to carry
ippi and Madaleine Ridling.
C. W. McCall who underwent an
No wood to chop
appendectomy at a Salem hospital
last week is home and reportedly do
Harry Momoe, who was injured
working on McCully last week, is
home and up and about. He and Mrs.
Monroe spent Monday fishing on the
Mr. ami Mrs. Bob Shields left Wed
nesday for Merrill, Ore., to visit re
latives. They were accompanied by
Phyllis Wallen who will attend nor
Ma«« m a alia.
mal school this year in Ashland.. Pat
B mu IH u I, tcratch-
sy, their daughter, spent the week
with the Leo Wagner family.
Gib Wagner, Bur Johnson and the
two Blum boys shot a bear on Mon
ument Peak Sunday. Andy Spriggs
If you want to be rid of the dirt and work of
of the Southern Barbecue offered to
cook part of it.
heating with wood or coal this winter, get a
QUAKER! Heats your home or a room in a
A bear also was tinpped in Kubin’s
prune orchard last week by a govern
matter of minutes . . . because only QUAKER
offers these optional low-cost accessories that
The M. M. Williams family has
mean fast, automatic heat:
moved to Dallas. They have spent the
1. Mechanical Draft
last year working and logging on the
heat output regardless of chimney by
Think of it!!
providing ample draft Cuts fuel cost'
2 Heat Circulator
heat to every room corner Automatic
See a DEMONSTRATION, today!
A modern Motel and
On Highway 222
260 STATE ST., SALEM ORE
_ SPARK _ Hendricsons
IT oïlcîrculating heaters K
Jacob Spaniol & Co.
Plumbing and Sheet Metal Works
Dry Goods, Notions
At the Mill Citv Furnit'-re Store
A friendly place to meet
24 hour- a dav
Popular - -because it’s Qaad.!
GREEN LY’S Plumbing & Healing
For a comfortable and
inexpensive place to stay
it’s- - -
LET IS FIGURE YOUR ESTIMATES ON PI LMBING
AND HEATING. NO JOB TOO LARGE AND NONE
Shop and Residence 4260 Macleay Rd.
Rote» without Both
In the Heart of the
Theatre and Shopping District
It's the Hospitality
Watch for opening of Complete Food Service
Mill Citv Meat Market
Yoder-Martin Const Co.
C immercial and Residential Builder
Let us show
you the biggest
from the largest
stocks in the West
I a. ng. Gradins: and Leveling
» n < and Concrete W ork
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