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About The Mill City enterprise. (Mill City, Or.) 1949-1998 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 24, 1949)
The following men were initiated
into the F.O.E. Santiam Aerie 2745
last Friday evening: Edwin O. Even-
son, Keith A. Pinkstaff. Barney Oli-
ver, Herman C. Payne, Dean Gilgen, i
Henry G. Walp, I. L. Smith, Paul !
Dader, Lester Shimanek, Richard G
Shlmanek, Allen Bowman, Allen Mil- |
ler, Rudolph R Rauch, James B.
Gordon, Lee R Howland and R E.
The same evening awards
were given a citation of merit to
Gordon Skidmore from the grand
aerie for his work as auditor, (in
Eagle ring was presented to Pres. Ed
Debolt and Vern Franse received a
ring for seeing the most members for
this aerie during November
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Chevrolet Owners—this is the oppor
tunity you ve been waiting for. So
take advantage of it while you can
A man identified as Al McDonald
of Albany was injured a week ago
Monday night as the car in which he
was riding ran headlong into the rear
WE CAN GIVE YOU ONE BAY SERVICE—in at 8:00 out at 5 p.m.
of a parked loaded logging truck di
rectly in front of the Harry Monroe |
Install piston rings
home, at Gates.
Two other occupants of the car,
Clean and align oil pan
also from Albany, escaped without
Burn out breather pipe
The men were evidently |
coming from work from the little |
5 quarts oil
North Fork road, as they were all
dressed in work clothes. It was just
THIS INCLUDES ALL THE ABOVE LISTED
dusk and the driver was unable to
PARTS AND LABOR FOR ONLY—
see the parked truck untill too late.
The car was completely demolished
with the ends of two logs almost
touching the rear seat on the right
The car in which the injured man
was riding was driven by W. R. Tay
Don't forget to ask about our budget plan
lor of Albany. The logging truck,
driven by Elton Brown of Mehama
510 North Commercial
was owned by Harold Wiltse of Mill
City. The condition of McDonald,
who was taken to a Salem hospital,
is reported as "fair."
Douglas McKay Chevrolet Company
I QI IPMENT CO.
Rentals — Service
BE EVERY I'AY. <»N WHICH WE GIVE THANKS FOR
MANY THINGS ANO ABOVE ALL TO UVE IN A WON-
OF FOOD, AND WHERE WE CAN ENJOY FRIENDSHIP
WE GIVE THANKS TO ALL OUR CUSTOM-
ERS AND FRIENDS FOR THEIR PAST PATRONAGE
AND THAT WE MAY CONTINUE TO GIVE THEM THE
Hood River Apples
TO LOCATE—Take road past Hill Top Store, turn left, then turn right
on the second right hand road, last house, just outside city limits.
A Chance for
Tenants wanted for 100-foot business block
to be built on Highway in Mill City. 20 to 40
ft, frontage units planned. See . . .
DAVID M. REID
Ona Mile East of Detroit
JEWEL MYERS. MGR.
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Others as Inu a» 729.75 including
the Federu. Tax
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Phone 1502 Detroit
MILL CITY JEWELRY
I'SE OI K LAYAWAY PLAN—A SMALL DEPOSIT WILL
HOLD YOUR CHOICE UNTIL C HRISTMAS
Quality job printing at the Enter
IT IS AFTER THANKSGIVING. THE DAY. AND MAY IT
DERFUL COUNTRY WHERE WE
November 34. 1&48
Mrs Bob Veness, has recovered
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Heibert and
sufficiently to return home Wednes- son were Sunday visitors in Dallas,
I day afternoon in time to spend ■ While playing basket ball at the
Thanksgiving with her family
scout meeting, Monday night, Donald
Mr. and Mrs Tom Courtney spent Snyder sprained the thumb on his
Thanksgiving with Mrs. Courtney’s left hand. He was attended at the
i parents in Hood River.
Idanha first aid station.
Mrs Don Walker and son Brent I Saturday seemed to be Idanha’s
' have been in Salem the past week j day in Salem. Those going for busi-
where Mrs. Walker has been caring ness or pleasure were Mrs. Henry
for her sister, Mrs. Richard Zahrad- Heibert and Harold, Mr. and Mrs.
nik and new baby son.
Frak New and daughters. Mr and
Mr and Mrs. Fred Coles and small Mrs Wayne Woodward, Mr. and Mrs
daughter Pamela are now living in Edwin Evenson and Mr. Forrest
Mill City, having recently moved here ' Russ.
Mrs. Nora E Ivie, Portland, non
1 from Salem. Mr. Coles is the chef at
denomination Evangelist, is spending
• the Manolis Santiam Cafe.
Fire was discovered in a closest in ’ a week with her daughter, Mrs.
the Don Smith residence Monday Humprey and family.
The evening of November 28th is
morning, but was extinguished before
the regular meeting of the Deanha
serious damage was done.
Wm. Hirning of McMinnville and P. T. A. at the grade school. The
formerly of Mill City was in town November program is, ’'Health and
Tuesday looking after his business the Community”:
Measuring up to health standards— I
property on Broadway street.
Mrs. Geo. Fleming of Gates is va Mrs. Wise.
What the community may expect
cationing in Springfield, Missouri.
She expects to visit her daughter of the County Health and State
Mrs. Peggy La Mond in Elizabeth, Health Educator.
Music—By Mrs. Hanan and
N. Jersey before returning home.
A daughter, Barbara Jean was born high-school girls.
November 17 to Mr. and Mrs. Milton
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Martin
Roten of Mehama. Grandparents are daughter and Mrs. Orval Lady, Rob
Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Shepherd and ert and Caroline spent the past week
Mrs. Mattie Murdock of Mill City. end in Willimina with relatives.
The North Santiam Willing Wor
She has a brother Robert.
Mrs. Geo. Manolis and daughter kers club met at the home of Ida
Michele recently returned from a Hansen last Wednesday afternoon to
weeks trip to Salt Lake City. They continue work on the toys which
accompanied Mrs. Manolis’s parents have been turned in for renovation.
Mr. and Mrs. R. G. Severin,her sister They will meet with Mrs. Ferris No
Astrid Severin and Miss Jean Jorgen vember 30 for more work.
Don Spreigle, John Wiesberger and
son all of Salem. The party visited
the Severin’s son and daughter-in- Ward Ord supervised the following
law Sgt. and Mrs. Richard I Severin. Boy Scouts at their post splitting
One of the most unique signs in Saturday: Jack White, Jack Wies
this section of the country has just berger, Merle James, Ronald Gibbs,
been erected at Manolis Santiam Terry Ferguson, Fred Davis, Donald
Cafe which is owned and managed by Snyder and Frank Barton. These
Geo. Manolis and Don Walker. The boys are working toward their uni
attractive sign was made by Porter forms or other Scout equipment.
Paul Reynolds is suffering with a
Bros. Sign Co. of Corvallis.
The Santiam Lions club Auxiliary lame back the past week.
Carmelia Harris spent the past
held its regular November meeting
Tuesday evening at the home of Mrs. weekend at the home of her father,
Lowell Stiffler. The twelve members Milo Harris.
Fifty persons attended the no-host
present were President Mary Toman,
Mrs. Chas. Kelly, Mrs. Carl Kelly, fellowship dinner Saturday night at
Mrs. Vernon Todd, Mrs. Russel Hea- the Rod and Gun club. Plenty food
cox, Mrs. Bob Trask, Mrs. D. B. Hill, and an all around good time was
Mrs. Jack Colburn, Mrs. Shields Re had.
mine and the hostess, Mrs. Stiffler of
Mill City: Mrs. T. R. Burton andMrs.
Oswald Hirte of Gates.
MAN SERIOUSLY INJURED IN
< AR-TKt C’K ACCIDENT
Don’t put off those needed repairs any longer. We have made it poa-
siHe for you to take rare of this necea*«ry work by paying a small
amount each month. W'e are running a SPECIAL PRICE on motor
repairs on Chevrolets only.
»—THE MILL CITY ENTERPRISE
Dr. Leslie .1. ( arson
BEST VALUES FoR WHAT THEIR MONEY CAN BUY
Our I hanks to You All
in all of
its phases of visual care
Hill Top General Store
IMI FAIRGROUNDS RD. Ph.2-4071
AI.KERT ANI» MAKI TOMAN
ON ORDER OF »10 00 OK MOKE W E W ILL GIVE
ONE »lb. CAN SWIFTENING.
WE HAVE SOME P1NKAPP1.E IN STIM K NOW
HILL TOP GENERAL STORE
He will be open every Friday
Till 9:00 P. M.
Fresh Bottle Milk
Delivered Every Ih»y
YOU W ANT
R. L. ELFSTROM CO