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About The Mill City enterprise. (Mill City, Or.) 1949-1998 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 8, 1949)
Mr and Mrs Lester La Munyan
are new residents of Mill City living
i in the Ed Cooke apartment on Alder
Mr. and Mrs. Alton Parks and fam street Mr. La Munyan is employed
ily spent the weekend at the home of at Knowles Body and Fender Shop.
her parents Mr and Mrs R. L.
Mrs. Lester Hathaway has been in
i Salem several days recently to see
Mr and Mrs Homer Thacker and | her daughter, Minnie who lives in the
family of Idanha spent the weekend I eastern part of Oregon, while she is
in Mill City visiting relatives and in the hospital for observation
Dr. and Mrs. David Ferguson left !
Clayton Baltimore who has been ill Sunday on a week's trip to Califor
with pneumonia is now recovering
nia, by auto
nicely. The Baltimore's have a new
Friends and relatives from Silver-
! ton of Clarence Esteson came over
C. E. Coville, realtor, reports real Sunday and put the roof on his new
estate is moving. He sold Mrs. Mac's house.
The work is progressing
rooming house to Mr. Nelson and Mr. | nicely with the help of local build-
Knight of Salem. It is believed they j ers also.
plan to build on a dining room to
Within the past week dirt has been
add to the services to be provided.
j put over the rocks outside the new
Clarence Esteson's house was sold , grade school building.
to Einer Skinner, land engineer at
Driving to Salem last Monday the
Ed Cooke family had a startling ex
Another property sale by Coville perience.
A deer jumped a fence
was the Woods farm between Mill just east of the fish hatchery landing
City and Gates.
It was sold to so close to the car that some quick
Royal Johnson and his sister.
maneuvering and swerving of the car
Come in and see Christmas Cards, was required to keep from hitting
Wrappings, Gifts, Note Paper, Etc. I the animal.
Serious damage could
First Presbyterian Booth in lobby of I have resulted considering the animal
Mill City State Bank
was a large buck.
Mrs. Curtis Cline was shopping in
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Dahlen are
Portland last week.
i planning to spend the weekend in
Shields Remine plans to leave this j Silverton.
They anticipate visiting
week for San Francisco on business. 1 with friends of long standng, having
i lived in Silverton for many years.
' Attending the lutefisk dinner in
; Trinity Lutheran church will be part
of a pleasant trip.
Sales — Rentals — Service
High School Notes
By THAD ROBERTS
TIMBERWOLVES WIN TWO
Mill City high school opened their
1949-50 basketball season with T?"
and "A" games at Chemawa on De
cember 2nd MUI City won the *‘B”
game by a score of 13 to 2. The
"A” team won their game by a score
of 37 to 30
Chemawa "B" 2
Mill City “B" 13
Bill Deen (6)
Leroy Podrabsky (7) F
Mill City subs: Shelton, Maritala.
Chemawa subs: O. Yallup. Grant,
WUliams (2) Sampson, Univi
Chemawa “A’ 30
Mill City "A" 37
Leo Poole (5)
Lawrence Thornley (7) F Matt (2)
Ollie Muise (20)
Verl Moberg <5)
MUI City subs: Roberts.
Chemawa subs: Sheffel (2), Plum
t * •
MILL (TTY TAKES JEFFERSON
13 TO 6
Mill City won their 10-minute game
with Jefferson in the annual Marion
County Jamboree held in Salem by a
score of 13 to 6. The south, com
posed of Mill City. Gates. Detroit,
Aumsville, Turner and Sublimity
won the Jamboree by a score of
74 to 63.
The "Deacon's Seat" was a large Mill City "A" (13) Jefferson “A” (6)
i seat close by the fireplace in a log Leo Poole (6)
ging camp bunkhouse.
Lawreice Thornley (1) F
| Ollie Mulse (3)
j Lawrence Poole (3) G
1 Bob Baltimore (0) G
Mill City subs: Moberg. Roberts,
Downer. E. Podrabsky. and R Peter
Jefferson subs: Gain, Blackwell,
Cameron. Williams, Wittenbarger.
Manolis Santiam Cafe
If your wife can’t cook, dont
divorce her. EAT HERE, and
keep her for a pel.
Water Well Drilling
The Junior class of Mill City high
will present a three-act play on Fri
day, December 9. The play, entitled
| "The Girl With Two Faces”, has an
all girl cast and will begin at 8:00
P.M. at the High School auditorium.
Admission is 65 cents for adults and
i 30 cents for children
PHONE 505 MILL (TTY FOR FREE ESTIMATE
MILL CITY DOWNS SCIO. 42-31
Mill City high opened their home
basketball schedule with a 42 to 31
victory over the Scio Loggers Tues
day night. Ollie Muise paced the
Wolves with 12 points. The Scio "B”
team won the opening game by a
score of 15 to 12.
Thomas Housing Project
L. Thornley (10) F Gabrielson (11)
Leo Poole (7)
F. Sprague (1)
Ollie Muise (12)
L. Poole (11)
Bob Baltimore (2) G B Sprague (5)
Mill City sub: Moberg.
Scio subs: Light, Westinghouse (2).
WELL DEEPENING .AND
L. M. HOLLINGWORTH
Mill City (42
LOTS, HOMES FOR SALE
If You’re a G. L, See
G. E. Thomas, Mill City
IVcemlx r 8. 194*
5—THE Mil l t m ENTERPRISE
Two great forces stand behind the
economy of this country.
DEMOLISHING THE ROADS
One is mass production the unique
Overwhelming evidence is piling up
system of producing goods of every to substantiate the belief that heavy
In Furniture, Stoves, Dishes
kind of high quality, in volume, and commercial trucking is destroying
at a low cost. It is the root source our major highways at an alarming
of material abundance and high liv rate, and at a huge cost to private
145 S. Church, next to Salem Parking
motorists and all other taxpayers.
A particularly convincing example
The other is mass distribution—the
equally important and equally effi has been cited by the chief highway
cient system developed to bring those engineer of Illinois. His department
goods within reach of the 140.000 000 accumulated detailed data on two
people who use them.
sections of Illinos highway which are
This is a huge nation in land area, 30 miles apart and identical in con
Yet the same brands of goods, at struction One section, according to
about the same prices, are found in a traffic count, carried an average of
$1 par month and up
every corner of it. They are adver- ,490 trucks a day while the other car
Also serving Rates and Lyons »
tised in our newspapers and maga- ried less than 20 The first section,
zines, and over the radio,
When after 20 years of service, “was pract-
something new appears, it is put on i ically demolished." The second sec
sale in remote towns almost as soon tion was "in perfect shape after 22
as it reaches the stores in the big | years of service.”
gest cities. Its merits are shown to
buyers in basically the same way.
Don’t Borrow — Subscribe I
In mass distribution, as in mass
production, we see the finished re
sults of the free enterprise and co
operatives of getting a job done. The
retail store is the average Ameri
can's closest and most personal con
tact with the forces that make the
nation’s economy tick
It is the
place where he spends much of his
and where the irresistible
pressure of competition outside of
\l a t art Dinners Short Orders
monopolies guarantees that he will
get fair value in exchange.
Mass production turns out
goods and mass distribution sees to
it that they are readily available
when we want them.
G Mill \GE
Finest guaranteed work done
by experts. Prompt service. Free
inspection. Bring in your watch.
Is a sympton,
not a disease.
are the under
Hemoroids and other
colon ailments must be corrected.
‘No loss of time
Free descriptive booklet
Dr. R. Reynolds Clinic
N ituro Proctologist
1144 Center St.
Quick relief with
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Next to Star Theatre
Mill City Jewery
Gary Peterson, sophomore, has
j been confined to his wigwam by a
I seige of the flu. We hope he will be
back with us real soon.
Lester Poole, graduate of Mill City
high school and student at Oregon
state college was pledged as a can
didate for Scabbard and Blade, na-
i tional military society, according to .
a recent issue of the OSC Daily Bar- I
LIPPOLD - BRENNER
We invite you to come
in and see our lovely
for the Ladies
‘Bookkeeping Service ‘Auditing
Phones: Mill City 207
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A friendly family
IL- a smart Christmas shopper. You ran
aav ,im<- by loing all your gift buying right
here in o r ■>ir. Ue recommend especially
our big r< a - '.on of Elgin Watches. There’s a
wide range of styles and prices. No Chriatmaa
gift gives a greater thrill than an Elgin Match.
85th Anniversary Values
A Small Deposit on a Lay-Away
MILL CITY JEWELRY
Open u :oo o clock till 8:oo on Sat.
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