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About The Mill City enterprise. (Mill City, Or.) 1949-1998 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 22, 1949)
MILL CITY ENTERPRISE.
The Mill City Enterprise
Mill City, Oregon.
Chaclaa Wolverton. Editor and PubBaher
Elabeth Wolverton, Business Manager
Staff: Leo U. Dean, Mary Jo Wolverton, Patricia Wolverton
Entered u second-class matter November 10, 1944 at the post office at Mill City,
Oregon under the Act of March 3, 1879.
WOOD DISPLAY TABLES (COUNTERS, 5 and 6 FEET IN
LENGTH. SLIDING DOOR, SHELVING, SOME WITH GLASS.
OUT OF SEARS STATE ST. STORE, SALEM. ALL IN EXCE-
Cheaper in lots
of 5 or more
PRIMITIVES NEAR NAI
ROBI, A FRICA , REL ISH
A L THOUGH HUNTING
RESUL TS IN DEA TH
I FOR HALF THE
ENTERPRISE CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING
Ads received by Wednesday noon will run in the regular classified section and
those reoeived 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.
Also cash register and wrapping counters.
( ontact ENTERPRISE or DON ROACH, at Lancefield-Burmes-
One insertion for 50c or three insertions for »1 00 Display advertising 40c inch
M c » h L u !A
TO CELEBRATE A FRENCH
VICTOR y, L OU IS X! V
GAVE A DINNER AT
WHICH A CONFECTION
SH/P CARRIED GUNS
a x* ¡Al»«
Prelude; call to worship;doxology;
invocation; gloria; psalter selection;
hymn of praise; scripture; prayer;
notices; offering; music by choir;
sermon; hymn; postlude.
Sept. 25: “Many Mansions”
'< BKOWN t o
The Third Rail ßy
Side Roads and Short Cuts.
A Salem constable, stepping into a
store for a package of cigarets, was
attacked and severely beaten by a
couple who jumped him without
warning. This proves, boys and girls,
that smoking cigarets is a danger
ous habit ... By the way, whatever
became of the tobacco ehewor, who
used to at least hold the balance of
power in the average voting pre
cinct ? Gone with the wind, and the
pelicaloojin bird, and the rats and
switches in milady's hair, we reckon.
Anyway, we once acquired a most
excellent jackknife by saving tin tags
in the shape of horse shoes, from
Horse Shoe plug cut. Them, as the
feller says, were the good old days,
■vhen house-cleaning meant, among
other equally appalling stints, pull
ing the tacks out of half an acre of
carpet, then beating the carpet till
no more dust arose from the beating,
by which time a small boy’s right
arm weighed 86 pounds, easy.
/5* C/A/ TUR'/ ENGL !SH-
MEN, LACKING RE
THE COOL MONTHS OF
MARCH AND OCTOBER
FOR BREWING BEER.
L eo C. D ean
just how low a woman, a reporter,
and a daily newspaper, can get.
Johnny's Essay on the Mule.
The mule is a beast of burden
which is often mentioned in the Bi
ble Our hired man often tells about
the mule, too, very loud. The mule
is a sadi-looking animal, like a horse
with a hangover, and the saddest-
looking mule I ever saw kicked my
grampa’s pants so hard that his false
teeth lit ’way up on the roof of the
henhouse. The mule has been chosen
as the symbol of the Democratic par
ty. but the mule had nothing to say
about that. The mule does not chew
a cud like a cow, but will chew con
tentedly on a hirer! man. The mmule
is very stubborn and patient, and will
wait his chance for weeks, and then
he comes all unwound and is hard
to reason with. The mule is not a
musical animal and has a very odd
voice, like my uncle who sings in the
choir, but is very useful and hard
working. My pa says a hired man
will never go to sleep while he is
United Press despatches last Sat- driving a mule.
uulsy included the cutest story! All
about a dampbool woman who insist And We Quote.
“It has been my firm belief ever
ed that a pet monkey be equipped
with diapers. We had thought that since that all persons who devote
the farthest south in adult morons themselves to forcing virtue on their
was the little jerk usually married fellow men deserve nothing better
to, or at least supporting, a large than kicks in the pants. Whenever A
shopworn blonde, leading a dog on annoys oi injures It on the pretense
a leash while the lattei made his of saving or improving X, A is »
routine calls at suburban hydrants, scoundrel." H. I.. Mencken in News
but this monkey diaper thing shows paper Days.
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Sales — Rentals — Service
Open each Friday
Mill City Furniture Company
2:00 to 7:30
— PORTRAITURE —
Services Every Lord’s Day
Young People’s Meeting
Tom Courtney, Pastor
CHURCH OF THE LATTER ..
Sunday, 10 a.m. at Odd Fellows Hall
i>J V Chirkf
the Detroit church Wednesday night.
Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Hamilton and
Mr. and Mrs. D. C. Hamilton, all of
Escondido, Calif., are visiting here
at the homes of Bill Hamilton and
Jeff Flemins. The Hamilton men are,
brothers, and Mrs. D. C. Hamilton
is Mr. Flemings’ sister.
Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Girod and sons
and . Lloydi’s mother, of Salem, who
has been visiting them, spent Sunday
at the Rock Gardens near Bend. Mrs.
Giiod returned to her home Wednes
Mill City Lodge No. 144, I.-
^X^o.O.F.. Meets Every Friday
night. Visiting Brothers Welcome.
FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH
1 Ossessi st
WHEN CARÊME, CHEF
TO K/NGS, COOKED FDR
ENGLAND S GEORGE IV
HUGE SUMS FOR H/S
F IT ES, LEFT FROM
: ROYAL TABLE
Copy ' ■
FREE METHODIST CHURCH
The Church of the Light and Life
Young People’s Service
Wed. Prayer Meeting
Donald Hinkle, Pastor
PRICES IN THE
NEW & USED
CHURCH OF CHRIST
Walter Smith, Pastor.
Rev. Wayne W. Watkins, Pastor
Wed. Bible Study
I’m Dusted with
1605 N. Summer
• Wool Carpet
* Living Room Funrniture
* Bedroom Furniture
Don't Borrow — Subscribe!
dine Stoll. Sixteen members answer
ed roll call by naming their favorite
radio program. The oiganization was
By RHHBA SNYDER
Among those attending the circus divided into two teams, with Flossie
in Salem Thursday night were Mr. Storey and Esther Fouts captains, to I
and Mrs. Frank New amt daughters, I Ket dues in by Oct. 1. The winning |
the three Snyder boys and Virginia I team wil1 be treated to a party by i
i the losers. One guest was present. !
Sherry Pittam (bought her sister’s Refreshments were served.
Dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. I
hair was too long, so she gave her
a hair cut. Poor Patty looks like Frank New were Miss Shirley Nor- '
something the cat dragged in, but ton, Portland, George Barney, and *
doesn’t seem to mind. Her only com Mr. and Mrs. Carl Schaffer
guests Sunday were Mr. -I Mrs.
ment is, “Sherry bad girl.”
The American Legion Auxiliary Robert Lind of Sherwood.
Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Wiekel and son,
met at the home of Roselle Vickers
Tuesday night. The 'meeting was call Neil, of Corvallis, were Sunday vis
ed to older by its president, Berna- itors at the Jim Gordon home. Th< '
daughter of Portland is also here f :■
a week’s visit.
Mrs. Carl Schaffer. Mrs. Jerry Pit
tam and Mrs. Frank New attended
a surprise “pink and blue” shower
for Mrs. Eldon White of Detroit at
Mlil City Pharmacy
To While Away
Your Idle hours
Beds and Springs
—make our meals remember
Workmen’s lunches to go 75<
Wide menu daily
OPEN 24 HOURS DAILY
Salem Lighting & App'iance Co.
Roberts Shoe Repair
AI TO STORAGE' BATTERIES
LOCATED Below Mill City Furniture Store
Ihposit Shc.es tor Repair [Night or Day] in
24 Hours a Day
• True, thit "little illnett"
you've beer mentioning in
■ n offhand way, may net
seem to amount to much—
just a few faint symptoms.
But, neglected, these "little
ills" can lead to big bills for
doctors, medicines, etc; not
to mention needless suffering
and loss of precious time;
Consult a Doctor now—•
you'll save by it in the end;
And, of course, we h»>pe you'll
bring his prescription to us
for rereful compounding;
Phone Blue USB or I2R
Capital Dru» Co.
( Quality Repair Parts
Wo r It mon skip
Come to the
Santiam Farmers Co-op.
for your needs in
We also carry Appliances, such as Home Freezers.
Refrigerators, Stoves, (’locks. Pressure Cookers,
Washing Machinesand many oth<r items
Not necessary to be a meml»er to make a purchase
We Sell and Install
o m un »min an unmiMwiM v
C, E. ’Pink’ Mason, Prop.
COMMERCIAL, INDUSTRIAL AND DOMESTIC
236 N. High St.
On® Mile Ea«»t of Detroit
163 S. High
(’enter and Commercial, Salem
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SERVING THE CANYON AREA
Laundry: Nu-Method, Mill Qity and Stayton
..Laundry and dry cleaning: Ken Golliet, Mehama; Mt. Jeff Cafe..
Dry Cleaning: Santiam Self-Service Laundry, Detroit.
Otto J. Wilson Co.
145 So. Church, Salem
1919 Chevrolet Carryall, $1885
All metal construction, almost new. Has had 11,000
miles of light work
and miscellaneous items
BEAUTY SI ¿OP
Ml Lire IT Y
KEIFS 'EM OFF
A Friendly Place
Santi-m Farmers Co-op
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