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About The Mill City enterprise. (Mill City, Or.) 1949-1998 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 27, 1949)
MILL CITY ENTERPRISKOCTOBER 27, 1949
Mrs. Frances McCarley. The group doing well, and venturing about on SANT1AM Fraternal Order of Ea
started off enthusiastically with a pot crutches.
gles 2745 meets at Rod and Gun Club
Arc & Acetyline Welding
luck spuuer and slumber party at the
Bv MRS. JEAN ROBERTS
in Idanha each Wednesday 8 p.m. 30
clubhouse Monday night, followed by
Truck and Auto Repairing hold his third annual Hallowe’en par a hike and campfire cooking Tuesday.
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Open Days and Evenings ty Monday night for the entire Me Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Beckur.an of
Yakima. Wash., were week end visit
School physical examinations for
Golliet’s Hallowe’en party is a gala ors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. L. first graders and those Mudents
affair with all the stole personnel W. Kiikland. They were friends in screened for special examination
turning out to help with decorations South Dakota years ago.
through Nurse - Teacher conference,
The town of Mehama is practically will be held at the grade school
other party preparations.
Highway west of Mill City
Thursday, Nov. 3, from 10 a.m.
This year, as usual, it will be a
Tel. 903, Mill City
masquerade with plenty of prizes. ened. One group of hunters, eight in 3 p.m.
An tanmunizalion clinic will be
gair.es and refreshments for every
are the under
truck with camping equipment, a school, Friday, Nov. 4, for preschool
Miss Ann Bergholtz, assistant
Hemoroids and other
county club agent, met with mothers, ceries before leaving for eastern Ore
colon ailments must be corrected.
teachers and pupils at the Mehama
•No loss of time
Cleaning. It’s the
school to organize a 4-H club. Five I mills are temporarily short-handed er took their daughter, Betty, to Sa- j
girls enrolled in the 4-H project un
Free descriptive booklet
Home extension meeting under the tion. They returned her to Salem
der the leadership of Mrs. Madeleine
Dr. R. Reynolds Clinic
Ridling. They chose “Busy Bees” as
their club name and elected the fol will deal with window treatment at
lowing officers: Joyce Shum, presi
dent, Judy Monroe, vice president, an all-day meeting with pot luck daughters, Eva Lou and Sally,
an i Geraldine Longfellow, secietary. lunch at noon. Women are invited to Friday evening for Lebanon to spend
Seven girls and two boys enrolled bring a favorite recipe and start a the week end with the Otis Floyds '
there. They returned home Sunday.
in a Cooking I 4-H club directed by recipe book as a side project.
Richard Davis, brother of Mrs. Ed
The community chest drive ie un
Mrs. Doris Teeters. They plan to
left Monday from Flugene
; meet every second Monday.
to enter the Air Corps. Mr. Davis
Mis« Wood, home economics in- Mrs. Merle Teeters in charge.
Mr. and Mrs. Ken Golliet returned has been making his home ¡here for
I structor from' Stayton, was guest at
the regular meeting of the Women’s Friday from a trip to Victoria, B. C., several months.
•‘At the Bottom of the Hill”
Week end guests at the Eddie Ev-
| Club last Wednesday. She demonstra where they visited friends. They were
ted the use of textile paints. She
Mrs. Ed Taylor who suffered a rence Hewitt, Salem.
plans to attend the next meeting on
broken ankle recently is leportedly
The regular meeting of the Deanha
(Word was received here last week
PTA was held at the grade school
that Mr and Mrs. Joe Jonees (daugh-
library Monday with T. C. Moore
| ter of Mrs. Jennie Moe) are parents
After a short business
of a baby boy, Mrs. Moe’s 13th grand
meeting, at which the membership
Phone 1502 Detroit
I child. They live at Klamath Falls.
chairman. Mrs. Floy Storey, reported
Mr, and Mrs. ELwin Erickson, for-
a drive well under way with a roll of
! mer Mehama residents, have moved
an interesting program was pre
| here again after spending the last
I few years in Stayton and California. hymn of praise; scripture; prayer; sented
Mrs. Joan Cauble sang, accompan-,
I They have irnoved into the Leo Kirsch notices; offering; music by choir;
ied by Mrs. Gordon Skidmore. A his-
sermon; hymn; postlude.
Washed Sand, Cement Rock, Crushed Road Rock,
The Farmers Union is sponsoring October 2 —Worldwide Communion. tory of PTA was given by Mrs. Jane
Oil Rock, Fill Rock
a free movie to be shown in the Wo-
men’s clubhouse Friday night, Oct.
FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH
Sep(prell, Marion County council pres
Shovel and Trucks for Hire
28. The public is invited, Pie and
Service« Every Lord’s Day
ident, were guests of honor and con
coffee will be served following t>he
11:00 ducted a roundtable discussion on the
MILL CITY —Phone 9242 Days LYONS j anNigüa
6:30 need for parent education. They also
The Campfire girls have been re-
organized under the leadership of
capita tax of the parent organization.
Tom Courtney, Pastor
Mrs. Garmen McDonald assisted by
Mill City Plant 2 miles west on River Read
D W. Reid MID
A Friendly Place
To While Away
Your Idle hours
MILL CITY TAVERN
BYRON DAVIS, PROP
Sand and Gravel Co.
At the bridge
CHURCH OF THE LATTER ..
9ERVING THE CANYON AREA
Laundry: Nu-Method, Mill Oity and Stayton
..laundry and dry cleaning: Ken Golliet, Mehama; Mt. Jeff Caf«..
iry Cleaning: Santiam Self-Service Laundry, Detroit
163 S. High
Sunday, 10 a.m. at Odd Fellows Hall
DETROIT CHURCH OF CHRIST
Warren Knape — Pastor
Youth night, Saturday
Music, games, eats and devotions
FREE METHODIST CHURCH
"The Church of Light and Life Hour' .»»
Wed. Prayer Meeting
Rev. L. C. Gould
North Mill City
CHURCH OF CHRIST
Walter Smith, Pastor.
It’s New !
WERE FRIENDS MhET
On Highway 222, Linn County side
G orge ‘Sparky’ Hitter
Ladies’ and childrens’ umbrellas
Plastic head wear
New and uuusual gift items and toys
Open Fri., Sat.
McEwan Photo Shops
CHURCH OF CHRIST SCIENTIST
Services Sun-lay morning
American Legion Hall
want to remind you that Christmas is beginning to creep up on us
and that it is not too early to begin thinking about Photographs
of your children or family group for the Ideal ( hristmas (lift. A
photograph of yourself is the gift only you can give; unique and
deeply appreciated hy friends who receive it.
New 4-Wheel Drive
The vehicle of rugged construction, yet easy
to handle, and rides with surprising comfort.
Equipped with positive all-wheel traction. Y“U
can go through mud, sand, snow and ice—up
steep grades—on or off the ro d.
MILL CITY VARIETY
A groufp of men from Detroit and
Idanha will have a work day at the
church building next Saturday, fol
Rev. Wayne W. Watkins, Pastor
10:00 lowed by a fellowship pot luck dinner
11:00 at the COC Camp messhall.
Wed. Bible Study
The Boy Scout court of honor was
held: inthe Detroit auditorium Mon-
day night, The court was conducted
by the scoutmaster, Don Streigle, as
sisted by Col Tucker, assistant scout
master, and two committeemen, Hen
ry Heibert and Ray Overholser
Thirteen boys, in an impressive ce
remony, receiver} tenderfoot badges.
They were: Leonard Overholser, Rex
Leach, Jack Weisgerber, Alan Girod,
Ronald Gibbs, Jimmy Stahlman, Don
ald Snyder, Fred Davis, Robert Laly,
Jerry Lisle, Terry Ferguson, and
Russell Rice. Second etas« badges
were presented Jon Tucker and Quin
ton Finley. Wayne Lisle was present
ed the senior patrol badge and Ger
ald Tucker a first class badge.
Gerald Vickers, Gerald Tucker,
Dick Woodward and Shorty Lisle got
stripes as patrol leaders. Assigned as
assistant patrol leaders were Dick
Caulkins, Donald Snyder, Fred Davis
and Moyne Renner. Scribe award was
given Leonard Overholser, an.I Dick
Woodward got the bugler award.
Refreshments were served in the
Photographers always have a m»h
of last-minute buaineas during the
PRICES IN THE
( hristmas Season and that ia why
NEW * USED
GRAPH TAKEN EARLY AND AV
OID DELAYS that usually develop
near the end of December.
McEwan’s prices are very reason
1605 N. Summer
able—a* low as $9.00 per dozen for
3x5 pholi.a in fine mounts. 5 x 7'a
ar. $15.00 per dozen. We are proud
• Wool Carpet
Living Room Funrnitur»
of having maintained our low price»
without increns" since pre-war day«.
Our studio in the Mill ( iy Furni
ture Stare is open each Friday after
noon and evening.
352 No'th High. Salem
Our Btudio in the Mill City Furniture Store is open each Friday
afternoon and evening