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About The Mill City enterprise. (Mill City, Or.) 1949-1998 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 9, 1950)
Wants and Sales
CASH PAID—For used pistols and
See Dick Paynter, Apt. 2
above Enterprise office.
WANTED — Cattle, hogs and sheep.
Licensed and bonded buyer. Will
call at farm.
Write Harold E
8nethen, 1550 Lancaster Dr., Salem,
Ore. Phone 2-1345.
FOR SALE — Verybest brand blue
berry plants Grown in west for
Write to Tony
Moravec Berry and Poultry Farm
for price list. Route 1, Box 242,
FOR SALE -New double constructed
■tucco duplex. For sale by owner,
call The Enterprise.
CBI NEEDS accommodations: Single
and double rooms in private homes,
or houses to rent. Please list your
available space with CBI.
Personnel Office, 4202.
EXPERT AUTO and home radio
service, 20 years experience, all
makes. Guaranteed service.
Stiffler*» Radio and Appliance. 3tf
LIST YOUR homes and farms with
me. Have cash buyers. Mill City,
Gates, Detroit, Lyons.
Reid, Real Estate.
A GOOD SELECTION of linoleum
yardage, 6 and 9 ft. width», 95c per
Bq. yard. Dave Epps Furniture Co.
FOR RENT—One three-room apart
ment furnished, for couple only.
SINGER SEWING Machine, treadle
type in excellent condition. We
guarantee satisfaction, $45. Gates
Furniture, Phone 5915.
FLORIST »nd NURSERY
319 W. Washington
MILL CITY DISPOSAL
Garbage, ashes, trimming», etc.
weekly pickups $1 per month.
Also light hauling.
FOR RENT—3-rm. furnished apart
ment, modem, garage
By EVA BRESSLER
Lyons is slowly digging out of the
most severe winters it has witnessed
FOR RENT— Large apartment, mod
ern, furnished, close in. Call Paul
enable for years. With consderable
snow still on the ground, school im
munity meetings and events were
FOR SALE—Dry Fir wood, $1200
week of vacation, caused by ex
Phone Aumsville 2214, or
Mill City 962.
In Furniture, Stoves, Dishes
Earl Allen has made his rounds of
FOR FULLER BRUSHES and clean
rural mail delivery, although going
ing equipment call your Fuller
Brush dealer. Theo. Muysken, Rt.
was difficult, with deep snow, and
1, Box 229, Aumsville, Ore.
3tf 145 S. Church, next to Salem Parking icy roads. For several days he was
unable to make the rounds in his
NEW LINOLEUM, 9x12 rugs in 20
assorted patterns, $5.95 to $6 95.
car and had to engage Floyd Bassett
Gates Furniture, Phone 5915. 6tf
with his power wagon. Most com
munity meeting and events were
FOR SALE — New Hampshire and
and Trailer Court
Parmenter Red chicks from 300
cancelled or postponed.
FIRST IN DETROIT
egg foundation stock, also Hamps
As the snow diminishes with the
Cornish fryer chicks, all straight
rain we find considerable damage
run chicks are $15 per 100. Send
for circular. Gehring Hatchery *
done to shrubs and trees, which has
Poultry Farm, Phone Black 193,
been heavily adden for the past
FOR SALE — Two oil circulating
Mrs. Grace Bierley and daughter
heaters, good condition, $20 and
Lucille Walters of McMinnville
$50, each. Telephone 2243.
were Monday and Tuesday guests at
PHYSICIAN & SURGEON the home of Mr. and Mrs. George
BABY CRIB and Mattress, used, but
in good condition, sell 112.75. Gates
Berry, Mrs. Bierley is a sister of
Furniture, Phone 5915.
Mrs. Berry and was called here by
the death of her brother John Bod
Other out of town relatives
attending funeral services Monday
were Mr. and Mrs. William Bodeker
of Alsea, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond
SHELL OIL PRODUCTS
Berry of Tillamook, Mr. and Mrs.
U. S. ROYAL TIRES
Delbert Berry of Stayton, and Mr.
P. *E. Fry, Manager
West Side Mill (My
and Mrs. Rolad Berry of Gates.
Miss Carroll Sletto student at the
Lutheran college at Parkland, Wash-
visited at the home of her parents
HARLOW L WEINRICK
Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Sletto, Lyons
Attorney at Law
Work will resume at the Mt. Jef
ferson lumber company planer mill
GOODE’S FLOWER SHOP
Tuesday morning after a weeks
shut down due to weather condi
Phone Blue 64B
tions. All workers from this vicin
LIPPOLD - BRENNER
ity were also called to report back
to work at the Detroit dam.
Sunday dinner guests at the home
of Rev. and Mrs. O. A. Jewel were
Mr. and Mrs. Loren Chamberlain,
Modem Funeral Service
Mill City 207
and Mrs. Willard Hartnell, Mrs.
Anna Johnson and Paul Jewel of
Salem. The occasion honored Mrs.
Chamberlain on her birthday anni-
versary and the Hartnells on their
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Wagner and
»on Jenn of Medford are visiting at
the home of her parents Mr. and
For your excavating
Mrs. Oral Toland. The Wagners ex
and dump truck work
pect to spend the rest of the winter
3-8 yd. 10-B Shovel
here, entering Jenn in the local
Basements, Trench and
Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Powers have
Silver Saddle Trailer Camp
gone to Glendale. Calif, where they
Mill City, Ore.
will visit with a son and daughter
Mrs Annie Haun has bought the
HOWARD CORSET SHOP Leonard Goodman property east of
town and expects to move in soon,
Goodmans are not certain as to
Special Attention Given to Fittings
what they will do yet.
A family by the name of Peterson
131 High St.
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GENERAL AUTO and
hries house, Peterson is employed
at the Detroit dam.
Mr. and Mrs. Norman Johnson of
Arc and Acetylene
Portland spent the week at the
home of her parents Mr. and Mrs.
1). W. REID. MD.
C. E. Coville
DAVID M. REID
A Friendy Family
Mom & Pops
February 9, 1950
•—THE MILL (TTY ENTERPRISE
NOTICE OP' FINAL SETTLEMENT
By MRS. ALBERT MILLSAP
I have filed my final account in the
Gates seems to be in a state of estate of Sam M. Jurgensen, de
suspended animation, everbody hold ceased, with the County Clerk of
Marion County, Oregon and the court
ing their breath and keeping their has
set the 11th day of February,
fingers crossed, lest there be a re 1950, at 10 o’clock A M. and the Cir-
currence of the cold and disagreeable cuit Court room as the time and
place for hearing objections thereto
settlement of said estate.
Members of the Gates and Mill and the OTTO
WITT, Executor of the
City Chambers of Commerce met in
Estate of Sam M. Jurgensen,
Gates Monday evening to form a
delegation to go to Portland Tuesday BELL & DEVERS, Atty for Exec.
in behalf of the Mill City-Mehama
First publication Jan. 12, 1950—5t
road. Members present were W. R
Hutcheson, Dave Reid, Dick Parker,
Personal property taxpayers are
Lee Ross, Glen Hearing, Norman
required to file an invoice as of
Garrison, Ned Richards, Floyd Völ January
1st, 1950, with the Asses-
kel, Charles Wolverton and Robert sor for an assessment base. Assess
ment must be filed on or before
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Davis spent March 2, 1950.
Saturday in Stayton shoppng and I after due date.
Trucks and automobiles carrying
visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs state license plates and furniture In
Edmund Klecker. Recent guests at | private homes are exempt.
Furniture in Hotels, Apartments
the Davis home were Mr. and Mrs
and Rooming Houses are subject to
Harley Clark of Vancouver, Wash.
Canasta is taking this place by
If you have not received an as
storm. "Everbody is doing it.” A sessment blank, please notify the
group met at the Gates Variety store Assessor's Office.
JOHN W. SHEPPARD,
one evening this week to learn the
Linn County Assessor.
game. The ladies played against the First publication
Feb. 2, 1950—6t
men and lost. Those present were
Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Völkel and son NOTICE OF ALLEY VACATION
Gerald, Dave Bamhardt, Gerald Gar
of the Application of:
rison, Harry Bamhardt and Mr. and In R. the L. Matter
Mrs. Norman Garrison.
DOLORES M. STIFFLER
Orville Hayward who was so seri
ously Injured in a car accident in
D. L. TURNIDGE
Portland early last fall is still hos
pitalized in Portland. It is reported TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN:
by his mother, Mrs. Walter Brisbin
Notice is hereby given that R. L.
that he Is making progress towards Stiffler and others, have filed a peti
recovery and is now able to sit up tion February 1, 1950, with the Com
Council of the City of Mill City,
in a wheel chair but the doctors mon
to close the Alley running East and
give him to definite assurance when West through Block Four (4) In
Elizabeth Addition to Mill City. Mar
he may return home.
Mrs. Hayward and two sons, ion County, Oregon, and that said
Council has set the 27th
Dicky and Phillip are at present at Common
day of February, 1950, at 8:00 P.M.
the home of her parents In Empire, o’clock thereof at the City Hall as
Oregon on the coast.
the time and place for the hearing
of objections, if any there be, why
the above described Alley should not
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The above petitioners do hereby
grant a permanent easement through
said Alley-way to the City of Mill
ladies and Children’s Umbrellas
I City, for purpose of any public lm-
Bath Towels — Aprons
Sheets — Embroidered Cases
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Balcony Epp’s Store
The M APLES
For Guaranteed Cleaning
Just East of Gates
A Friendly Place
To While Away
Your Idle Hours
C. E. ‘Pink’ Manon, Prop.
AUTO STORAGE BATTERIES
DAV IS Electrit
& Tavern Supply
One Mill East of Detroit
PHONE MILL CITY 2602 or 2108
2134 Fairgrounds Road
JEWEL MYFRN, Mrr
BLOCK WEST OF THEATRE
The Last Word'In Modem
While our stocks are complete. I^arge stock of
several kinds of roofing materials —
ROLL ROOFING - ALUMINUM
CORRUGATED ROOFING - StFEI
GORKI GATED ROOFING
SANTIAM FARMERS CO-OP
1 egging and Saw
• True, that "little illoesa
you’r« brer mentioning
________ w_ in
ia offhand way, may »¿1
teem to amount to much—
joat a few faint symptoms.
But, neglected, theae "little
ilia" can lead to big bills for
doctors, medicines, etc; not
Bo mention needless suffering
and loss of precious time.
Consult a Doctor now—
you’ll save by it in the ends
And, of count, we hope you'll
bring his prescription to na
for careful compounding!
FOR FREE HOTPOINT RANGE
«ÍFRMCE — CAIX STAYTON
CHARGE FOB PARTS
AND AOIXAGE ONLY
e'havefiust recently put into operation a new
heavy duty wrecker. We are now epuipped to
handle any job. We have an experienced wrecker
driver standing by 24 hours a day.
TWO WRECKERS DAY & NIGHT!
The Douglas McKay Chevrolet Co
Shtix Electric Co
510 North Commercial St. Phone 3-3175day&night