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About The Mill City enterprise. (Mill City, Or.) 1949-1998 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 3, 1949)
MILL CITY ENTERPRISE. NOVEMBER 3. 194»
Mrs. Walter L. Peterson ami her
mother, Mrs. C. J. Dahlen visited in
Cloverdale on Monday and Tuesday of
this week at the home of Mrs. E. O.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Wilson and
children of Bend where guests at the
home of Mr. and .Mrs. Walter L. Pet-
erson on Wednesday.
Mrs. Rosa Daly ami Mrs. Gladys
Mason attended the Pacific Telephone
company conference in Salem last
Thursday. All connecting telephone
companies with the Pacific Telephone
Mrs. Peggy McCoy is now working
at the Santiam Telephone company,
Mrs. Rosa Day taking a leave of
Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Stone visited
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Lake in Redmond
over the weekend.
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Kelly and chil
dren are vacationing at their home at
the coast for a few days.
Mr. and Mrs. Byron Davis are leav
ing this weekend for ther cabin at
Alsea for a four-day vacation.
Ed Kellom has retired from service
with the Southern Pacific railroad
company. He will devote his time to
his store on Alder street where he
specializes in fresh meats and groc
Mrs. Otto Witt is ill at her home
with a sinus infection. Monday she
went to a specialist at Salem for
Mr. and Mrs. John Swan had din
ner with Mr. ami Mrs. Elmer Culwell
of Lyons this week.
Mrs. Gladys Trask of Fresno, Cali
fornia is visiting her sister, Mrs.
Elsie Potter and her brothers, Del
bert and Ellis.
Mrs. Trask and Mrs. Elsie Potter
spent the weekend at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. Bub Haseman of Idanha.
Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Mason had
dinner with friends in Redmond Sun-
Mr. and .Mrs. Edward Schroeder
and children of Forest Grove visited
his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Herbert
Schroeder over the weekend. Edward
attended the home-coming game at
Mrs. W. W. Allen is leaving Satur
day for San Francisco to visit her
son and his family, Mr. and Mrs.
Mrs. Vernon Todd and children
i and Mrs. W. W. Allen drove to Idan-
1 Tuesday and had lunch with Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Blazek at-
tended the Elk’s dance in Albany Sat-
night. Sunday they drove to
the coast with friends from Jeffer
son and spent the night.
Mrs. Helen Williams, director of the
Lions’ club local talent show arrived
Tuesday evening in Mill City and is
staying with Mrs. Jennie Davis. Mrs.
While Paul Mason was elk hunting
in eastern Oregon, Mrs. Mason gave
birth to a little “dear,” Douglas Allen,
on November 1st at the Salem General
hospital, he weighed in at 7 lbs. 9
This is to Announce
Our New Office
In Jenkins Building
(Formerly Baker’s Jewelry Store)
Open Every Thursday 1 to • P.M.6 P. M. to 8 P.M. by appointment
* Eye examination
* Eye glana adjust men ta
Williams’ home is in Wichita, Kans.
Two former publishers, Dave Epps
and Charles Wolverton, met with the
new publisher, Don Peterson in the
Enterprise office W’ednesday, proba
bly the first time that three owners
of this same paper ever were to
Mr. and Mrs. William Scott and
family of Columbus, Ohio, is visiting
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Wolverton Fri
Mrs. Scott is a high school
friend of Mrs. Wolverton. She was
state supervisor of corrective speech
defects in children for several years
in Indiana. Mr. Scott was area head
of the YMCA in Columbus and is
being transferred to Florida.
Mrs. Leroy Dike has been confined
to her home the past few weeks be
cause of illness.
Dr. and Mrs. D. J. Ferguson are
entertaining the members of the Pres
byterian Youth Fellowship with a
Mrs. George Laird, local beauty
operator, is having a modem shop
constructed on the Linn county side
of town on Broadway street, where
the Presbyterian manse formerly
stood. Construction has already be
gun and occupation is expected some
time next month. Miss Daisy Hend-
ricson plans to move her variety and
ladies’ apparel store in the shop va
cated by Mrs. Laird.
Norman Brayford, OPS representa
tive at the Detroit Dam, motored to
eastern Washington over the week
Mr. and Mrs. James O’Leary and
family plan to go to Portland this
week end to attend a Christmas pre
view and party at a Portland whole
John Davis and his family and Mrs
N. E. Davis of Lafayette visited their
sister and «laughter over the week
• Glasses fitted.
• Broken lenses replaced
General office« at TenBrook Jewelers, 313 W. let St.. ALBANY
ST. CATHERINE CATHOLIC
CHURCH, MILL CITY
Sunday Mass at 9 A.M.
Confessions heard before 'mass.
Father C. Mai, Pasfor
LATTER DAY SAINTS OF JESUS
CHRIST CHURCH, DETROIT
Sunday School each Sunday 10 A.M.
in high school building, Detroit.
Priesthood meeting 11 A.M.
Zealand Fryer, Presiding
Church notices will be welcomed
without charge, kindly furnish any
| changes desiied, as we will be happy
to keep this column up to date.
¿The University Bowl
of Salem cordially invites th« Bowling I’ublir to come in and en
joy the sport and fun of bowling.
12 Modern Brunswick alleys to bowl on
OPEN 11 A. M. <0 12 P. M.
Rate 35c per line—3 line« for $1.00
I As a Special GET ACQUAINTED Offen this Ad. is good I
I for one Lin< of bowling at our modern bowling palace. I
l the finest in the Northwest.
1340 State St.
Tel. 20631 for reservations
COME IN AND TRY FOR SOME OF THE HANDSOME PRIZES
BY MRS. SCOTT YOUNG
Plan Your Sunday Dinner
At MANOLIS CAFE
Full Course Dinner $1.50
Alsc Delicious Steaks and Fried
MEN’S WORK GLOVES
Letters to the Editor ■
I have recently moved to Mill City, §
luckily finding a very nice house on
N.W. Alder Street. . This street is
paved up to a certain point. In front
of three homes half way down Alder
street, one finds huge holes which are
getting worse every day. The bal
ance of the street, ipast this point, is
Can’t something be done to force
the property owners to pave or fill
in the holes on the street fronting
their property? I am sure that I,
along with numerous others who have
to drive their cars over this very bad
strip of street, feel that if any dam
age is done to our cars because of
this situation, it should be the re
sponsibility of these property owners
to repair our cars.
Signed^ Mrs. Cecil L. Fritts.
DESTRUCTION OF PROPERTY
D. B. Hill, Whitey Goodman and
Dick Turpin built a concrete walk
with an iron-pipe railing on it be
tween the bank and the Bank Cafe.
is coming in daily
Shop early for the best selection
MILL CITY VARIETY
2134 Fairgrounds Road
Salem, Oregon Phone 3-7193
Here is your chance to buy Common
Lumber at a savings while
Random length 2x4, No. 4 Grade $14.00 per M
2,(MM) ft. lot»
Random length ixb N0.4.S&S $18.00 per M
Random length 1x8 No. 4 Shiplap $18.00 pel M
2,000 ft. lots
Smaller Quantities Slightly Higher
A Chance for
Tenants wanted for 100-foot business block
to be built on Highway in Mill City.l 20 to 40
ft, frontage units planned. See . . .
I AT V OUR1 FINGERTIPS
DAVID M. REID
& Tavern Supply
tion Sales and Service
pushed over five nights straight.
Whoever is doing this undecent act,
might think they have something to
laugh at, but instead they laugh
alone, and are putting themselves into
the category of the worst people in
the world.—Signed, Dick Turpin.
Mrs. Josephine Morgan and daugh
ters of Scio, accompanied by Harry
Stillwell and Mrs. Morgan’s daugh
ter’s two children all visited Marion
Forks Sunday. They are all relatives
of Mr. and Mrs. Vern Morgan.
Mr. and Mrs. Dean Smith made a
Quality job printing at the Enter
business trip to Culver and Redmond
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Westerberg and
son George, who have been living here
in their summer home on the San-
tiam, have now moved back to their
home in Portland. They have done
extensive work on their place ami it
is a credit to the countryside.
Mr. Bear likes apples, so the folks
up at Marion Forks have found out.
A small bear is becoming a pest.
He ,ransacked around a trailer house
and emptied a bushel of apples and
left only four. Could it have been he
was thoughtful of others or was he
just plumb full ? What do you think?
He totes garbage cans around, claws ¡annsn»!a»»iannnnnnia»nniaannnnnHiann»»!cta!a!a¡a»»n)9íHnHHn»Hn«n»
around on doors with the hopes he
might get in.
People’s hearts go
bump bump but that doesn’t help. The
only sure cure is a rightly driven shot.
People who work would rather sleep
and that is the time he prowls.
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Parker of De
troit were Sunday visitors here.
M. and Mrs. Paul Klug are making
their summer home ready for the
Mr. Don McNeil was here at his
summer home putting in braces
against the winter snows.
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
They built this walk so that all citi
zens would not have to walk in the
mud, and they built the iron-pipe
railing along side the walk so that
the citizens and particularly the elder
citizens, could hang onto the railing
while coming down the hill during
freezing and snowy weather without
falling and breaking leg or neck.
Commencing last Saturday night
October 29, the walk railing has been
Beethoven Symphony No. 7
Tchaikovsky Symphony, No. 6
Tcsaikovsky’s Nutcracker Suite
Wagner’s Des Rheingold
and many others
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Mill City 1884