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About The Mill City enterprise. (Mill City, Or.) 1949-1998 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 27, 1949)
MILL CITY ENTERPRISE.
OCTOBER 27, 1949
The Mill City Enterprise
MMl City, Oregon.
Butler’s Trailer News.
Mr. and Mrs. C. Hamm have as
their guest Mr. Hann ’s mother.
Staff: Leo C. Dean, Mary Jo Wolverton, Patricia Wolverton
Freddie Butler ant Mrs. George
Entered as second-class matter November 10, 1944 at the post office at Mill City,
Oregon under the Act of March 3, 1879.
I Davidson spent Saturday afternoon
visiting families in the community
ENTERPRISE CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING
children to attend Sunday
Ads received by Wednesday noon will run in the regular classified section and
those received later up to 10 a m. Thursday will run in the “Too Late to Classify” school.
Bud Durham, son of Pearl and Art
Errors in advertising should be reported immediately. The Enterprise will not Durham, was home for a brief visit.
Florence and Fred Butler celebrat
be responsible for more than one incorrect insertion.
ed their wedding anniversary Oct 22,
One insertion for 50c or three insertions for $1 00 Display advertising 40c inch receiving many congratulations from
Mr. and Mrs. R. G. Carlson, son
I’ ATI O N A I EDITORIAL
and Lois Carlson motored to
P U B 11 S HjE ¿S'
Charles Wolverton. Editor and Publisher
Elsbeth Wolverton, Business Manager
& Tavern Supply
Auto Window Glass
tion Sales and Service
Auto Glass cut and
installed. All makes
2134 Fairgrounds Road
Salem. Oregon Phone 3-7193
Knowles Body & Fender Repair
AT YOUR FINGERTIPS
Rain Clothes water-proofed
Broadway Hits of Today--4 records
Album .... 3.27
Vaughn Monroe Album
Wide Stock of 45 rpm records—
Classics, Popular, Westerns and
all vinylite — 69c each
Beethoven Symphony No. 7
Tchaikovsky Symphony, No. 6
Tcsaikovsky’s Nutcracker Suite
Wagner’s Des Rheingold
and many others
PORTER & LAU
Your Power Tool Rental Headquarters
1410 So. 12th
I Santiarn Trailer Court. Gates
By Mrs. Wilson Park
Mr. and Mrs. David Luck rpent the
week end visiting friends in Cornel
ius, Ore. While there they attended
the funeral of a longtime frie-nd, Mr.
Mrs. Arthur Peterson has returned
from Emanuel Hospital, Portland.
She is doing tine.
A birthday dinner was given Thurs
day evening at the 'harne of Mr. and
Mrs. A. T. Bornhardt in honor of
I Mrs. Bob Ash of Mill City. Present
1 were Bob Ash, Harry Barnhardt, Da-
I vid Bornhardt and the honored guest.
Mr. and Mrs. Duane Haman at*l
Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Haman spent
Saturday in Portland.
Mr. and Mrs. Jimm Fish and son
Jimmy spent the week end in Port-
land visiting Mrs. Fish’s parents.
John Bonhaim and Alvin Haim-an
went hunting last week in eastern
Oregon. Bonham brought home his
Mill City 1884
A friendly place to meet
24 hours a day
AUTO STORAGE’ BATTERIES
COMMERCIAL, INDUSTRIAL AND DOMESTIC
Salem Lighting & Appliance Co.
Serving Turkey Dinner
236 N. High St.
Friday, Saturday, Sunday
There is good, had and indifferent in
almost every line. Seeing ability is
no exception. Very few children have
poor vision to start with. Very few
adults have good vision in later
years without help.
BARBER I 2ND4BW*V
H MILL CITY
H RS 1O TO 7
Take good care of your vision while
you have it to care 'for.
• •pen Every Thursday 1 tn 6 P.M.6 P. M. to 8 I’M. by appointment
Phone Blue 118B or 42K
We Sell and Install
Random length 2x4. No. 4 Grade $14.00 per M
2,000 ft. lots
Random length 1x6 No. 4.S&S $18.00 per M
Random length 1x8 No. 4 Shiplap $18.00 per M
2.000 ft. lets
Small?" Quantities Slightly Higher
C. E. ‘Pink’ Maaon, Prop.
Here is your chance to buy Common
Lumber at a savings while
Quality Repair Parts
Offices at Mill City Furniture Co.
Parker & Hutcheson nîF
COMPLETE APPIANCE SERVICE
Radio. Washer Refrigerator and
Don’t Borrow, Subscribe!
First With What You Want Most'
Where Every Day is Sale Day for
New and Used Furniture
Mr. and Mrs. Orville Parked have
bought a trailer and vacated the one
they were renting.
Mr. and Mrs. Mike Plant visited
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Wilson
Park Saturday evening.
Mrs. Augusta Mayerhoefer of Sa-
lem visited her son and daughter-in-
law, Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Ziexewitz,
Mrs. Alvin Haman and daughter,
Nancy, spent Sunday in Lebanon at
the homes of friends.
Beverly ami Joyce Haman from
Portland are spending two weeks
with tiheir aunt and uncle, Mr. and
Mrs. Daune Haman.
Frank Atkinson of Roseburg spent
the week end with his wife an fam
Sharon Rose Snook of Salem is
visiting her aunt, Mrs. Barney Helt,
Mr. ami Mrs. Jack Hogan and fam-
ily visited in Turner Sunday.
We wish to welcome Mr .and Mrs.
G. W. Woodward. Allen Pitt and fam
ily, and Kenneth Williams into
court. They moved in Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. G. D. McBride
Mr. and Mrs. Ixiwel Masnar and
Bobby spent Monday in Salem.
Gates FURNITURE Market
the Rock Gardens Saturday. They en-
I joyed a wonderful day.
Jim St. Clair has returned from the
coast and is returning to work.
Mr. an 1 Mrs. Koonie Hauser went
hunting and returned with their bock.
Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd White and
family and Mr. and Mrs. Pau and his
son, Vic, are new families in the
Mrs. C. T. Lankins and daughters
motored to Lebanon Saturday. She
had car trouble and was forced to
spend the night there.
Fred Wilson spent Sunday putting
in a new motor in his car. He broke
the block -while on a hunting trip.
Loren Jonk took the bull by the
horns Sunday and did the much
dreaded and put-off jof of cleaning
out their oil stove.
Alean La Haie has ¡been chosen to
handle the Community Chest drive
in the court.
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* Eve examination
* Eye glass adjustment*
* Glaases fitted.
* Broken lenses replaced
General offices at Ten Brook Jewelers, 313 W. 1st St., ALBANY