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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
Beds and Springs
One Mile bWxt of Detroit
and miscellaneous items
JEWEL MYERS, MGR.
145 So. Church, Salem
By MRS. J. A. WRIGHT
At a meeting of the Women’s Civic
Club in the high school Wednesday
evening. Miss Eleanor Stephens, state
librarian, was guest speaker.
Miss Stephens presented a film,
"It’s All Yours,” which was shown
by Otis White, high school principal.
About 30 women attemied. A busi
ness meeting preceded the program,
and refreshments were served by the
hostesses, Mrs. Raymond Sophy and
Mrs. J. A. Wright, assisted by Mrs.
Harry Rutherford and Mrs. Dale
spending five days at the home of
his daughter and family at Belling
On Oct. 29 there will be a civil
service examination at Stayton for
postal clerks at Detroit and Idanha.
People here are still looking for
Dr. Craig of Mill City who had an
office built here m a local store this
summer. It is reported he will be
here before winter.
There will be a masquerade ball at
the Blue Moon HHall Oct 31, given
by the Eagles Lodge. Everyone must
wear a bonafide mask to be admitted.
Woods Dry Goods Store
HARLOW L. WE1NR1CK
Next to PoatoSce. Mill C »tv
Attorney at Law
Cash for Your Car
.Miss Shirley Hammer, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Siever of Idanha,
became the bride of Richard E. Bud-
long, son of Mr. and Mrs. Percy Bud-
long of Salem, at the First Episco
pal Church in Salem Saturday eve
ning, Oct. 15. The Rev. Harry Swift
officiated. The bride wore a white .
wool suit with blue accessories. A
reception was held in the home of the
young couple will live in Mill City.
Saturday the men of the Christian
Church in Detroit will join Idanha
members of the congregation in help
ing to finish the new churdh. A cov
ered dish dinner will be served at the
Saturday afternoon the Junior Hi i
group will meet at the church for a
A birthday party was given for
Harlow White Sunday evening at the
home of his parents. Mr. and Mrs.
Otis White. About 20 attended.
Miss Eleanor Stephens, state li
brarian, of Salem, and Mrs. Ray
Johnson, president of the Women’s
Civic Club, Detroit, were dinner
guests Wednesday evening of Mrs.
Earl Parker. Miss Stephens was an
overnight guest of Mrs. Johnson and
on Thursday she helped classify
books in the local library. She was
assisted by Mrs. Parker, library
chairman, and Mrs. J. A. Wright, li
Mrs. Harry Johnson left Salem by
bus Thursday for Los Angeles, called
there by the serious illness of her
'.laughter, Mrs. Earl Goodspeed.
At noon Oct. 31 at the new school
auditorium the Santiam Aerie, Fra
ternal Order of Eagles, wiH hold the
installation of officers of the Women's
Auxiliary recently formed here,
Roy Newport, Culver, has been in
twon this week looking after busi
Last Friday Mr. and Mrs. Rawleigh
LIPPOLD - BRENNER
Hitchcock of Canvas, Wash., vitited
the Archie Mattoons, and on Sunday
■ Bookkeeping Service 'Auditing
the Mattoons had as dinner gue.-t >
Mr. and Mrs. D. C. Mulder f Wood
Phones: Mill City 207
A chimney fire broke out in the
Bill Bray home Sunday morning, but
was brought under control by neigh
hors before the fire departments of
Detroit and Idanha arrived Damage
Announces the opening of his pro
Al Pieive returned Sat unday after fessional offices for the practice of
STATE MOTORS, Inc.
340 No. High St., 678 So. 12th St., SALEM
I BEG-MORE I
! Dot & tor F J
3 for 40c, 6for79<
CASE (4S) .. >5.95
FREE with every order of $10 or more!
2 lbs. Velveeta Cheese
Dr. Leslie J. Carson
We have installed a new
20-ft. Vegetable Case
\V e deiner
in all of its phases of visual care
Hill Top General Store
1991 FAIRGROl NDS RD. Ph.2-4074
ALBERT TOMAN. Prop.
The Red A White Store
ALBERT TOMAN, Prop.
Oregon canned White
LANDSCAPE NOU See our
work at the CB1 homes,and
also the Montag Motel
F. A. DOERFLER & SONS
150 No. Ian cast er Drive, at 4 Corners
1 lb. 52c
3 lbs. for
hliewer Quality Meats
Can Be Found at All Three Stores
Sliced. 1 !h