The Mill City enterprise. (Mill City, Or.) 1949-1998, November 03, 1949, Image 10

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MILL CITY ENTERPRISE; NOVEMBER 3. 1949
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ORIGINAL POETRY READ AT
THE MILL CITY WOMAN’S CLUB
The Mill City Woman’s club was
entertained by original poems of Mrs.
Lester Hathaway at their regular
meeting in the high school recreation
room Tuesday evening. Mis. Hatha­
way has had quite a number of her
poems published.
Mrs. Arthur Kriever gave a re-
poit of the Marion County Federation
meeting at Aurora which was at­
tended by her and Mrs. Lee Ross.
It was announced that three unex­
plained absences by a member would
require an explanation to the club as
Woods Dry Goods Store
Next to Postoffice, Mill City
NYLON UNDERWEAR
BUTTERICK PATTERNS
INFANTS WEAR
NORTH
SANTIAM
TAUERN
On* Mlle Ewt of Detroit
JEWEL MYERS, MGR.
Mom & Pop’s
Cafe
Private Dining
Room
LIPPOLD - BRENNER
Accountants
-Bookkeeping Service *Auditing
‘Payroll Reports *Income Tax
Phones: Mill City 207
Salem 3-7615
to whether she wished to continue
unembership in the organization. She
would be given written notice and
wouldd have two weeks to notify the
secretary.
Mrs. James Barton was voted into
membership of the clufc.
Guests during the evening were
Mrs. Gladys Tiask, Mrs. Don Peter­
son and Mrs. Lester Hathaway’s two
daughters.
Fall leaves and chrysanthemums
was the center (piece on the table.
Hostesses were Mrs. R. L. Faust
and Mis. Lee Hoss who was substitut­
ing for Mrs. Belle Trask.
stead of on Friday, which is Armis­
tice Day.
PRESBYTERIAN BIBLE MEET
TO BE HELD NOV. «TO 11
Following is the list of speakers
to appear at the Mill City First
Presbyterian Church, November Bible
conference under Presbytery of Will­
amette, November 6 to 11:
“How Beautiful Upon the Moun­
tains are the Feet of Him That
Bringeth Good Tidings”.
Sunday morning November 6, 11
A. M. David James Ferguson “On
Which Altar”.
Monday, Kenneth H. Brown of Cor­
vallis.
Tuesday, Earl W. Benbow.
Wednesday, Wesley Baker of Red­
mond.
Thursday, Marvis Keyser of WaTd-
port.
Friday, Morton Booth of Albany.
Services at 7:30 P. M., music by
choir and special.
The above men are all leaders with
special education and training for the
'new day. Our standards of educa­
tion are very high.
Bring a friend or a new family to
the Bible conference.
AT MARTIN’S TRAILER COURT ..
Bab and Barbara Norton and son
Robert have moved here from Salem.
Bab is with CBI.
Clyde and Flora Vaughn is now one
of us. They were former Poitland
residents.
Shirley Walker was surprised with
a biithday party in her honor Thurs­
day afternoon at the home of Trigger
Howard, by her many friends. Those
present were Happy McElvain, Mett
Carlson, Les Parks, Edna McCabe,
Bobbie Yates, Helen Wiley, Gertrude
Woodrun, and Joyce Mattila.
Frank Atkinson of Rosebuig visit­
ed his wife and family over the week STAYTON GYMNASIUM BURNS
end.
WEDNESDAY NIGHT
The Stayton 'high school gymnas­
■Mrs. Hulda Anderson of Lyons ium building was completely des­
ipassed away in Albany Wednesday troyed by fire Wednesday night,
imoining, November 11, at the age of along with all the school’s athletic
,'85 years after a lingering illness. equipment. The blaze, which was at­
Funeral services will be held Friday tributed to either defective wiring or
at the Weddle funeral home in Stay­ a water-heating plant, was discovered
ton. "Grandma” Anderson is survived by the athletic coach at 6:30, but had
ty four sons, George of Portland, and gained such headway that all efforts
Henry, Harley, and Elmer of Lyons. to extinguish it iwere unavailing.
(Interment in Fox Valley cemeteiy.
Several nearby residences also caught
fire, but these were saved by the
The Mari-Linn P. T. A. meeting will Stayton firemen. The loss was ten
be held at the Lyons school house tatively estimated at approximately
on Thursday night, November 10, in- $6,500.
FOR SALE — Northern spy apples,
$1.50 bushel delivered, $1.25 at
ranch. Bring boxes.
Joe Novak,
Route 1, Lyons.
44-ltp
verybody
drinks
Don’t Borrow, Subscribe!
GATES
GENERAL
STORE
The Red & White Store
ALBERT TOMAN, Prop.
Campbell’s
Fisher’s Blend
Garden Sweet
FLOUR
PEAS
Tomato Soup
10 lb. bag
303 can
3 for 25c
case 24 - 1.98
6 for
Snowflake
55c
BUTTER
Pennant
Soda Crackers Mince Meat
2 lb
40c
Grade A
per lb.
1 lb., 14 oz. jar
65c
29c
Fresh
Blue Label
5 lb
Country Fresh
EGGS
45c
Carrots, Onions,
Radishes
2 bunches
KLIEWER Quality Meat
M ayflower
Wisconsin
at our house
Aged cheddar
Dr. Leslie J. Carson
ROSS
HILLTOP
GROCERY
Nebergall
Link Sausage Short Ribs
and Brisket
CHEESE
Announces the opening of his pro­
fessional offices for the practice of
“A” Grade
Boiling Meat
OPTOMETRY
in all of its pDaae» of visual care
Keep Oregon Green”
1991 FAIRGROUNDS RD. Ph.2-4074
SALEM, OREGON
WATCH
Fresh Meat
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FOR THE
Very Reasonable
Kellom's Grocery
MILL CITY
FRIDAY and SATURDAY SPECIALS
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HILL TOP STORE
IhKIN \RE DEPARTMENT
Lunch Pails, complete with thermos,
was 2.19 now $2.25
12-qt. Galvanized Pails was 69c now . .
Oval Enamel Roaster was 1.75 now
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Square Enamel Roaster was 2.75 now . . . 2.50
Mill City Furniture Co. Store
GROCERY DEPARTMENT
In the New Bank Building
10 lbs. FISHER FLOUR
There will be many Opening Day attractions with Valuable Irizts to be Given Away
FREE
Saturday, Nov. 12
with order of $1.00 or more
In the meantime, take advantage of the
WE DELIVER
HILL TOP GENERAL STORE
ALBERT TOMAN. Prop.
Our 76 Station Is Now Open
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Many Bargains
Close-out Prices
for y..q :,t our pn ■« nt kx-aiion (Vine in. buy what yon want at PRE REMOVAL Price Savings!
Mill City Furniture Co.
MILL CITY. OREGON
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