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About The Mill City enterprise. (Mill City, Or.) 1949-1998 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 26, 1950)
I tured finger while playing in the
grade school gym. He was attended
by the local physician.
Mrs. Don Walker and son Brent Mrs. Kenneth Morris arrived in
spent several days in Silverton with Mill City Tuesday to visit her niece
Mrs. Fred Duffy. Mrs. Morris is
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Cooke were from Prineville.
weekend hosts to Miss Gertrude
Shoemaker and her mother Mrs. B. Ramon Peterson, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Walter Peterson, left Sunday
F. Shoemaker, of Salem.
Mrs. Jack Colburn has been con for Portland where he will attend
Benson Polytechnic school spring
fined to her home with the flu.
Lower Rates on Farmers private
passenger cars, after Jan. 23rd, 1950. Mr. and Mrs. “Red" Shipley spent
New rates applies, regardless af age Tuesday evening at the home of Mr.
of driver or number of miles to be and Mrs. Tony Ziebert and family.
driven. Truck and pickups used for
farm purposes 15% discount on colli- Mr. and Mrs. Jim Lundall of Silver-
sion rates. GEO. H. BELL. Insur j ton were here Sunday visiting Mr.
ance and Realtor, Stayton, Ore. 4-lt ! and Mrs. George Veteto. They also
Frank Smith, son of Mr. and Mrs. | drove up to view the Detroit dam
J. P. Smith and former principal of I site..
Mill City high suffered a severe leg
injury recently while playing basket INFLATION
ball. He is confined in bed with a I The worst thing about inflation is
cast covering the lower part of his that outrageous prices make us do
¡without so many necessities in order
Richard Verbeck, son of Mr. and to be able to buy our customary
Mrs. Louis Verbeck, incurred a frac- luxuries.—Veneers & Plywood.
GREENLY’S Plumbing & Heating
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PLUMBING AND HEATING
No Job Too Large and None Too Small
Shop and Residence 4260 Macleay Road, SALEM
SERVING THE CANYON AREA
Laundry—Nu-Method, Mill City and Stayton
Laundry and Dry Cleaning-
Ken Golliet, Mehama; Mt. Jeff Cafe, Idanha
Dry Cleaning—Santiam Self-Service Laundry, Detroit
163 South High
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YODER-MARTIN Construction Co
COMMERCIAL AND RESIDENTIAL BUILDERS
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7—THE MILL CITY ENTERPRISE
January 20, 1960
Consumer Demand Announce Plans
Mutual problem of Western Ore
gon livestock association members
and food retailers—keeping con-
Plans for taking the United States
sumption of livestock products census were announced tills week by
above prewar levels—will be dis Cornelius Bateson. District
cussed at the group's fourteenth | visor, of the bureau of census for
annual meeting in Corvallis, Janu I the Salem district. The Salem
ary 30. 31, and February 1, Charles district is inclusive of Marion, Clack,
A. Evans, Independence, president, amas, Benton, Polk. and Lincoln
Featured speaker will be Rilea W.
Mr. Bateson stated the census,
Doe, Oakland. Cal., Vice-president, which begins April 1, will take about
Safeway stores incorporated.
2 weeks to complete in Salem and
Harry Lindgren, O.S.C. extension about 4 weeks in outlying districts.
animal husbandry specialist, who He stated that this years census will
also setves as livestock association (include five items; population, hous-
secretary, says registration will ing, agriculture, irrigation, and
begin at 11 a.m. Monday, January 30, drainage. An expert on soil conser-
in the Corvallis community center j vatlon will take the census on the
building at Fourth and Madison irrigation-drainage, while one of the
streets. Standing conunittee meet 112 enumerators for this district will
ings will occupy much of the open cover the other information.
Their will be vacancies for crew
ing day program.
and enumerators. Quallflca-
This year will see increased sup
plies of livestock products, espec j tions for both will be published at a
ially pork, coupled with increasing 1 later date.
for public favor, according to Doe. Bateson, a farmer residing near
Solving the problem of keeping Pratum, wished to encourage cooper
livestock products on the move at ation in all phases of the record
high volume will reguire producers, taking and stated he would be glad
processors, and distributors alike to to speak before any group after the
give more careful atention to con- first of February.
sumer demands, he adds.
BOB CAT AGAIN IN
Other speakers include Herman DETROIT HEN HOUSE
Oliver, veteran John Day livestock
A bob cat, apparently driven from
producer and a past president of the the woods by the winter storms
association; raided the John Hanan's chicken
President A. L. Strand, Oregon house in Detroit on two ocrassions
associate director, agricultural ex last Friday and Sunday making off
with two hens and three roosters.
Entertainment will be headed by a Walter Ball and his brother Carl
horse show to be held in the O.S.C. were called in with their cougar
armory the evening of January 30, hounds and were snccessful in trail
sponsored by the Benton county ing and killing the cat.
Popular - - bacau»e it'«
Sheriff's Posse. The program also
includes a conducted tour of bams
where visitors will see work being but it isn’t worth dying for.
done by the animal husbandry and
veterinary medicine departments.
Fourteen western Oregon county
COMMERCIAL, INDUSTRIAL AND DOMESTIC
livestock associations will be repre
sented at the three-day meeting.
The annual banquet will be held the
evening of January 31.
FREE METHODIST CHURCH
“The Church of Light and Life Hour”
Wed. Prayer Meeting
Rev. L. C. Gould
North Mill City
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IDANHA COMMUNITY CHURCH
Sunday School 10 A M.
Morning Service 11 A.M.
Evening Service 7 P.M.
Thursday prayer meeting 7:30 P.M.
Eldon Haley, Pastor
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Services are held every Sunday
morning at 11 o’clock a.m. in the
The Oregon State Game commis
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sion announced today that the final
angling regulations for 1950 will be
Full Gospel Preaching
set Friday, January 27, 1950, at 10:00
Sunday school 10 A.M.
am., In the Portland office of the
Morning worship 11 A.M.
Evangelistic service 8 P.M.
have been released, and any changes
Preaching services Wednesday and deemed necessary will be made at
Friday 8 P.M.
i that time.
Rev. Wayne W. Watkins, Pastor
Automobiles can run on fuel made
' from wood.
Bacteria which cause diseases in
j human beings cannot live in honey
Rules to Be Set
Clearing, Grading and Leveling
Masonry and Concrete Work
Stayton Blue 162-B
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FIRST CHRISTIAN CHl'RCH
Services every Lord's day
Morning worship 11:00 A.M.
Young People's meeting 6:30 P.M.
Evening worship 7:30 P.M.
Tom Courtney, Pastor
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FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
Morning worship 11 am.
Music by choir.
Dr. David J Ferguson. Preaching
Young People at 6:30 p.m., Mrs.
Arthur Kreiver, leader.
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ST. CATHERINE CATHOLIC
CHURCH. MILL CITY
Mass at 9 A.M.
Confessions heard before Mass.
Altar Society 2d Wednesday 8 p.m.
Father C. Mai, Pastor
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 OF CHRIST
Walter Smith, Pastor.
DETROIT CHRISTIAN CHURCH
Warren Knape, Pastor
.. 11 am.
Youth night Saturday
Mill City 1641
Church Activities Stockmen Slate
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236 N. High Street
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■ Santiam Hardware & Implement Co
CHRIS E. NETTLING
Baker's Mill City Jewelry
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