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About The Mill City enterprise. (Mill City, Or.) 1949-1998 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 1, 1949)
8—THE Hill CITY ENTERPRISE
OBEY BOY SAFETY
i Drivers who ignore the signals of ; The Editor of the Mill City Enter- '
j School Saftey Patrol officers are de prise received this letter, from a for
Mrs. J. N. Wands from Glenalden
| liberately endangering the lives of
was a guest at the home of her grand
mer resident of Mill City, and
daughter and husband. Mr. and Mrs
children who have learned to depend thought old friends would like to
Warren Varcoe for several days Ci :
' on these groups for safety to and hear from him.
| from school, the State Traffic Safety
ther guests were Mrs. Varcoe's bro I
ther, Delmar Stewart of Tillamook mund Klecker.
Division reminded motorists today.
151 Winchester St.,
and Miss Pat Specht of Albany, who
With safety Patrols operatig in
Thanksgiving day was observed
Daly City, Calif,.
were Thanksgiving day guests,
here with many family dinners and nearly every community where ser
FRIDAY' AND SATURDAY'
TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY
November 17, 1949
Mr. and Mrs. Varcoe accompanied the entertaining of out of town ious danger exists at school cross- ' Mill City Enterprise,
IMI MK ADVENTVRES or -MU.
ings, their cross belts, helmets, and Mill City, Oregon
by her grandmother, Mrs. Wands guests.
with George O’Brien
motored to Portland Friday where
Mrs. Velma Carey prepared dinner flags should be a familiar sight to Dear Sir:
thev were at the home of her mother for her sons, Jimmy, and Don, who I every driver, the division pointed
I am writing to you in regards to
Rose Stewart over Sunday.
was home from Oregon State College out.
the two copies of the Mill City news
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Millsap. Betty for the holidays. Other guests were
Bud Abbott and Lou Costello
paper, that some old friends have
and Mrs Gale Carey “and daugh- |o* a Safety Patrol depends entirely
and Robert of Portland were at the 1 Mr
| sent me. I want to thank them very
home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. ter, Mrs. Carey’s mother, Mrs. Mar on cooperation of motorists since the much.
I enjoyed the papers so
Albert Millsap. Mrs Dorothy Potter tin of Salem, Mr and Mrs. Len youngsters have no authority under i much I read them all through.
and daughter Lyla of Portland spent Young and family, and nephew who tbe 'aw They explained that patrol
I am so really homesick for Mill
—re e exercise
chil- ¡ City and what is going on there, thet
Thursday afternoon at the Millsap is their guest
SUNDAY YNI) MONDAY
I have forgotten to let you know who
Word has been received by Mr. and and Mrs Blanch Dean were guests K,OUP on the curb until a >“>1 ‘n traf- I am My name is Christ Brill, and I
Mrs Norman Garrison from his mo for the day at the home of Mr and ■ flc permits starting them across It is lived in Mill City from 1917 to 1949.
P°ir‘ that drivers must co The old timers will still remember
ther, Mrs. Harry Edwards who her Mrs. Harold Wilson.
Mr and Mrs. Clarence Johnson had operate by recognizing the patrol sig- me. I enjoyed Mill City very much,
husband left several weeks ago for a
leisurely trip through California, en their family all at home. Mr. and nal as they approach, slowing down and would like to live there again,
route to Arizona where they expect Mrs. Robert Levon, Mrs. Gwen and stopping if necessary.
but we are getting older and moving
to spend the winter. Mrs. Edwards Schaer and four children and Royal. members are simply reminding dri is to much.
reports that at the time of writing
A D. Scott, his daughter and fam vers of the law requiring them to
If it is possible, we will see you
they were in San Bernardino Calif, ily. Mr. and Mrs. Larry Shelton and stop for pedestrians in a crosswalk. next summer.
We would like to
The division said 411 elementary
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and though the weather was warm daughter, Barbara joined Miss Clara
' come every year as we still have a
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and delightful, that their trailer was Scott of Salem at the home of Mr. | school children were victims of pe good car, but I am getting older and
parked under a beautiful pepper tree, and Mrs. Gwen Gates in West Salem.
it is a long trip,even if I am in good
Doors open at 7:20 P.M.
Complete show can be seen any time up to 8:30
still they prefered good old Oregon.
Mr and Mrs. Elmer Klutke and gon, but that only 66 were struck at condition and getting along fine.
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Miss Pat Jun, who with her parents two sons were the guests of her
Our kindest regards to all of Mill
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Jun are spending mother and husband, Mr. and Mrs.
I City and vicinity, and best wishes to
the winter in Huntington Park Calif, J. L. Hudgins at their home in Stay | children were the guests of friends in all of you.
writes that she has accepted a posi ton.
tion in the office of the Los Angeles
Mrs. Laura Joaquin entertained her 1 Sunday callers at the Frank Saund
Christ and Barbara Brill
Times for the winter.
son and family, Mr. and Mrs. Joe ers’ home.
P S ; Send me a paper.
Mr. and Mrs. C. Rosheim who have Joaquin and daughter Darlene.
Out of town guests at the home of
been at the home of her mother Mrs.
Mrs. Lula Collins left Wednesday Mr. and Mrs. Frank Saunders at din-
L. Collin for some time left Sunday for Salem where she spent the rest ner Sunday were Mr. Harold Smith countering fog or mist during day
COMMERCIAL AND RESIDENTIAL BUILDERS
morning for Willamina where he has of the week with her daughter and and son from Bellflower, California light hours. This practice may stem
accepted a position in a sawmill. Ro family, Mr. and Mrs. Claude Seilard. and Mr. and Mrs. James Stapelton
were conserved as mnch as possible,
sheim was connected with the Mill
Among students home for the holi and family of Salem.
City Manufacturing Co. for several days
were Den Carey and Edmund
Mrs. Angelina MacLean of Portland
consumption is a negligible factor in
years and they made their home in Davis,
both from OSC in Corvallis, was the guests of her daughter and
Clearing, Grading and Leveling
i and Wiley Muise from Willamette in husband, Mr. and Mrs. Fount Paul, modern cars and the smaller lights
Masonry and Concrete Work
Wilson Park and Paul Davis, con- Salem,
who visited at the home of at their home, from Tuesday until
ger, he declared.
tractors who have built and sold three his
grandmother and other relatives. Friday.
"The law calls for headlights under
houses here, have dissolved partner
Mr. and Mrs. William Pennick en
Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Siltala and
We Always Guarantee Our Work
ship. The remaining property which I tertained his mother Mrs. N. R. Pen daughter, “Cookie''
guests such atmospheric conditions, not
and Mrs. Pennick's mother, Mrs. I Thanksgiving at the home of her sis parking lights,” Maison pointedout.
consists of ten 50x125 foot lots has nick
Mill City 1641
Stayton Blue 162-B
been divided between the two men. , J. R. Colgan of Salem.
ter and family, Mr. and Mrs. Hubert “Using headlights on the lower beam
will minimize back -reflection into
Mr and Mrs. Park ami three children
Mr. and Mrs. Glen Hearing and Panther at their home in Salem.
Gerald Garrison entertained at his the drivers »yes and qreatly improve
home for one of his former buddies, his chance of being seen in time to H
Ffc. Joe Smith from Fort Lewis. avoid colliding with another car or
Other guests at the Garrison home pedestrian."
Many drivers neglect this import- J
were Mrs. Garrison's mother and
safety precaution because their
lights do not improve their vision in B
I han of Dallas.
Mr. and Mrs. Tillmon Rains had as daylight fog, forgetting that head o
their guests Thanksgiving, their lights are visible to other drivers or |
daughter aud family. Mr. and Mrs. walkers long before the car itself can i 8
Joe Toepher from Coons Hollow, and
Mr. and Mrs. Leon Cline and family member the law expect to be re- j I
minded by police officers, the super o
from Sweet Home.
Guests at the home of Mr. and intendent indicated.
Mis. Clarence Rush for a Thanks
left Friday for Detroit, Mich., and
Arkansas, where they will visit rela-
tives until after the Christmas holi-
Mrs. Paul Davis and her mother
Mrs Nettie Glover were Stayton visi-
tors one day last week shopping, and
were guests at the home of Mrs Ed-
Letters to the Editor
Y(ÍDER-MARTIN Construction Co
Manolis Santiam Cafe
I For atmosphere, really good food, try Manolis Cafe
i Bunk Beds - Wool Blankets
Tarps - Raingear
$1.00 Dinner from 5 to 9 p. m
Other Dinners from 5 to 12
Wool Whipcords - Wool Shirts
Dress Shirts & Slacks - Wool Yardage
giving dinner were her sister. Mis.
Bertha Jorgenson and Mr. and Mrs.
Isaac Gross and daughter Joyce, all
from Jefferson. Mr. and Mrs. c. E.
Rush of Gates and Lyle Rush of Sa-
Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Rush are re
ceiving felicitations over the birth
of their first baby, Dianne, born on
Saturday morning at the Salem
Memorial hospital. She weighed 7 lbs.
13 oz. Mrs Rush was formerly Miss
Virginia Vandameer of Mill City. The
maternal grandparents are Mr. and
Mrs. Clarence Rush of Gates and
Mrs. Bessie Vandameer of Mill City.
TURN ON HEADLIGHTS
IN FOGGY WEATHER
Arrival of winter weather wth fre
quent morning and evening fogs
prompted a reminder to motorists
from Superintendent of State Police
HH G Maison that Oregon law re
quires automobile headlights to be
turned on in daytime whenever a
driver cannot see clearly for at least
SHe said many motorists think
they are observing the law by switch
ing on their parking lights when en-
BAKKIE DOUGLAS FIR
POLES OK STUMPAGE
Phone 1287 Albany or
Santiam War Surplus
and Santiam Clothiers
OLD BANK BUILDING
• True, that "little illnejv”
you've beer mentioning in
an offhand way, may ik T
seem to amount to much-
just a few faint symptoms;
But, neglected, these "little
ills” can lead to big bills for
doctors, medicines, etc; not
to mention needless suffering
and loss of precious time.
Consult a Doctor now —
you'll save by it in the end;
And, of course, we hope you’ll
bring his prescription to us
for careful compounding.
Capital Drug Co.
While our stocks are complete. Large stock of
several kinds of roofing materials —
ROLL ROOFING - ALUMINUM
CORRUGATED ROOFING - STEEL
CARLOAD PRIC ES
SANTIAM FARMERS CO-OP
cook? know »ou mini Mart «vidi
dairy products of fine davor.
The answer is Mat dower — rhe
choiceof go'xl rook, everywhere
Gates FURNITURE Market
re Every Day is Sale
New and Used Furniture
Parker & Hutcheson 'Se
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