The Mill City enterprise. (Mill City, Or.) 1949-1998, February 23, 1950, Page 6, Image 6

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land. Mrs. Miller of Salem, Gale (her nephew and family, Mr. and Mis. LEGAL ADVERTISING
Her son, Jack NOTICE TO OWNERS OF DOGS
Carey and daughter Donna Lea, (Harold Wilson.
Miss Wilson, James Carey and the Spoelstra called at the Wilson home Notice is hereby given that March
hostess, Mrs. Carey. Mrs. Gale Carey Sunday afternoon and Mrs. Spoeltra 1st is the last date on which to se­
By MRS. ALBERT MILLSAP
cure your dog license from the
returned to her home with him.
Don Carey, student at Oregon was unable to be present.
County Clerk without paying a pen­
Mrs. Ned Richards who was in­ Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Rush and alty.
The license fee is $2.00 for
FOR SALE—Premiere carpet sweep­ FOR SALE- Large new home with State, who was home over the week
daughter
of
Salem
spent
the
week
­
male and spayed female dogs, and
or without acreage.
Ideal for end was a much feted lad while here jured in a fall Monday of last week
er, was $74.95, now $49.50 Ken
Golliet, Mehama.
8-lt boarding or rooming house or in observance of his birthday anni­ was brought home from the Salem end at the home of his parents, Mr. $3.00 for female dogs. After March
1st a penalty of $2.00 will be charged
made into 2 apts. Inquire Enter­
General hospital Thursday.
Mrs. and Mrs. Clarence Rush.
with each license issued. All pups
8-3tp versary. Friday evening he was a
CASH PAID—For used pistols and prise.
Richards
sustained
a
broken
arm,
Mr.
and
Mrs.
Robert
Cooper
from
dinner guest at the home of Mr. and
are subject to license as soon as they
rifles. See Dick Paynter, Apt. 2
above Enterprise office.
6-3t FOR RENT -3-rm. furnished apart­ Mrs. Harold Wilson. Places were just below the shoulder, multiple Ashland were guests this week at reach the age of 8 months. If li­
ment, modem, garage.
E. D.
bruises and suffered from shock. the home of his sister and brother- cense is not procured before such
5tf laid at the table for Mr. Carey, his She is getting along as well as can in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Joaquin. pup reaches the age of 9 months
FOR SALE—Guaranteed fresh eggs Cooke.
mother
Mrs.
Velma
Carey
and
son
| the penalty of $2.00 attaches. The
at my residence near Gates school. FOR SALE Kenmore washer, $40
James, his grandmother Mrs. C. M be expected. Mrs. Elton Brown of
Mrs. C. Rosheim of Willamina and present law requires the County
T. Lincoln Hennes.
7-3tp Ken Golliet, Mehama.
8-lt Miller of Salem, Miss Helen Wilson Mehama is caring for her grand-
Mrs. Claude Seilard of Salem were Clerk to issue a metal tag which
WANTED — Cattle, hogs and sheep. FOR SALE 3 Acres and 6-room and the hosts, Mrs. and Mrs. Wilson. mother-in-law.
i at the home of their mother, Mrs. shall be fastened by the licensee to
Licensed and bonded buyer. Will
a collar and kept on the dog at all
house, bam, chicken house, or
I Miss Carmen Stafford has been Lula Collins, one day this week. times when not in the immediate
call at farm.
Write Harold E.
chard, good garden soil. Royal Sunday a family gathering was
While
here
they
took
Mrs.
Collins
'employed
at
the
fountain
in
the
Gar
­
Snethen, 1550 Lancaster Dr., Salem, Johnson, Telephone 742, 2 mi. east held at the home of Mrs. Velma
possession of said licensee. The tag
Ore. Phone 2-1345.
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to Mill City for medical attention. ' will protect the dog from being
of Gates in Linn county.
8-4tp Carey complimenting her son. rison cafe.
Mrs. Verna Hunziker and son of Mr. and Mrs. Edmund Davis were called a stray. License must be pur-
FOR SALE — Verybest brand blue­ FOR SALE—New double constructed j Those attending were Mr. and Mrs.
of residence.
Portland
has been visiting relatives Albany and Stayton visitors Monday I chased in county
Eugene
Carey
and
family
from
Port
berry plants. Grown in west for stucco duplex. For sale by owner,
PETE FTFDT.FR,
on
a
combined
business
and
shopping
in Niagra and Mill City the past
western planting. Write to Tony
call The Enterprise.
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Linn County Dog Catcher.
III III
Moravec Berry and Poultry Farm
week.
trip.
FOR
RENT
—
Apartment.
Heineck
’
s
NOTICE
for price list. Route 1, Box 242,
Mrs. Paul Davis accompanied by
Grocery, Lyons, Ore.
8-lt
Personal property taxpayers are
Stayton, Ore.
51-17t-15
Mrs. George Nelson, Mrs. Nettie Glo­ Don’t Borrow—Subscribe Today! ■ required to file an invoice as of
FULLER BRUSHES and clean-1
ver and Mrs. Floyd Völkel were
[January 1st, 1950, with the Asses-
CBI NEEDS accommodations: Single FOR
NOTICE OF SCHOOL MEETING sor for an assessment base. Assess­
ing equipment call your Fuller
and double rooms in private homes,
Salem visitors Saturday. Miss Janet
Brush
dealer.
Theo.
Muysken,
Rt.
Notice is hereby given to the legal
or houses to rent. Please list your
Klecker, guest at the Davis home voters of School District No. 129j, ment must be filed on or before
1, Box 229, Aumsville, Ore.
3tf
March 2, 1950.
Penalty provided
available space with CBI. Call
accompanied
them
to
her
home
in
of Linn-Marion counties, State of after due date.
3tf LIST YOUR homes and farms with
Personnel Office, 4202.
MILL CITY
Oregon, that a School Meeting of the Trucks and automobiles carrying
Stayton.
Have cash buyers. Mill City,
BIXPERT AUTO and home radio me.
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Robinson, said district will be held at the High state license plates and furniture in
Gates,
Detroit,
Lyons.
David
M.
on the 13th day of March, private homes are exempt.
service, 20 years experience, all
A Friendy Family
Mr. and Mrs. John DeWall all of School
Reid, Real Estate.
3tf
1950, at eight o’clock p.m., for the
makes. Guaranteed service.
Furniture in Hotels, Apartments
Jefferson,
Mr.
and
Mrs.
Fred
Zunk
purpose of discussing the budget for and Rooming Houses are subject to
Stiffler’s Radio and Appliance. 3tf FOR SALE — New Hampshire and
Atmosphere Prevails
and son and Miss June Zeller of the fiscal school year, beginning July taxation.
Parmenter Red chicks from 300 (
A GOOD SELECTION of linoleum
If you have not received an as­
Salem,
and Mr. and Mrs. Frank 1, 1950, and ending June 30, 1951.
egg
foundation
stock,
also
Hamps
yardage, 6 and 9 ft. widths, 69c per
Signed, CHARLES C KELLY, sessment blank, please notify the
HlimMIUIUlMtUiniUUNIMMiU
Cornish
fryer
chicks,
all
straight
Davis
from
Seattile
were
Sunday
■q. yard. Dave Epps Furniture Co.
Cletk. Assessor’s Office.
run chicks are $15 per 100. Send
guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. First publication Feb. 23, 1950—3t
JOHN W. SHEPPARD,
FOR RENT—One three-room apart­ for circular. Gehring Hatchery A I
Norman Garrison.
Mrs. Garrison
Linn County Assessor.
Poultry Farm, Phone Black 193,
ment furnished, for couple only.
and son Gerald were Portland visi­
First publication Feb. 2, 1950—6t
Silverton, Ore.
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Beebe Apts.
61tf
tors Monday. Mrs. Cecil Haun as­
notice of alley V acation
WANTED—Barkle Douglas Fir poles FOR SALE— Premiere carpet sweep-
sisted in the store for the day.
Petition
er
was
$59.75,
now
$39
50.
Ken
'
or stumpage. Phone 1287 Albany [
Mr. and Mrs. George Boone and
In the Matter of the Application of:
8-lt
or write Standard Pole A Piling Golliet, Mehama.
R. L STIFFLER
Mr. and Mrs. Johnson and family all
Co.. Inc.
_________ 741 ; FOR SALE-One kitchen wood range
DOLORES M. STIFFLER
from Lakeview were guests the last
—and cabinet sink.
See Wendell
BETTY SLATON
of the week at the home of Mr. and
Heller, back Santiam Garage. 7-3tp
LOUIE SLATON
•
Blacksmithing
Mrs. Dan Morrison.
D. L TURNIDGE
One Mill East of Detroit
¡FOR
RENT
—
Modern
furnished
apts.
•
Welding
ALPHA TURNIDGE
For Guaranteed Cleaning
Mr. and Mrs. Nat Bond left this
by week. Lyons Motel, Lyons. 8-3t
• Logging and Saw
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN:
week for an extended trip south Into
JEWEL MYERS, Mgr.
Notice is hereby given that R. L
FOR SALE — 28-ft. 3-room Trailer
Mill Repairing
it’s the
Mexico. They planned to get a bit
Stiffler and others, have filed a peti.
house, with ref., water heater, Bu­
of sunshine after the frigid weather
BLOCK WEST OF THEATRE
tion February 1, 1950, with the Com­
tane cook stove. George Cornwell,
mon Council of the City of Mill City,
here.
Box 108A, Silverton, Ore.
8-3tp
to close the Alley running East and
Mr. and Mrs. Warren Varcoe spent
West through Block Four (4) in
FOR RENT — Two deluxe furnished
the weekend in Portland at the home
Elizabeth Addition to Mill City, Mar­
apartments, new, clean and com­
of her mother, Mrs. Rose Stewart.
ion County, Oregon, and that said
fortably furnished. Gas cooking
24-HOUR SERVICE
Fount Paul motored to Eugene
Common Council has set the 27th
and heat, large electric refrigerat­
day of February, 1950, at 8:00 P.M.
ors and hardwood floors. Bendix
Saturday to join Mrs. Paul who is
Mill City
o'clock thereof at the City Hall as
automatic laundry privileges. Half
there caring for her three neices,
the time and place for the hearing
block from post office. Phone 2652,
daughters of her brother and wife,
of objections, if any there be, why
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who flew to Rome for the Holy Year.
the above described Alley should not
SEPTIC TANKS CLEANED
be closed.
WANTED—To buy or rent a good
They will also visit France, England
The above petitioners do hereby
used upright piano.
See George
Tanks priced $12.50 and up.
and Scotland before returning home.
grant a permanent easement through
Steffy or call evenings, phone 305.
Mrs.
Paul
will
be
in
Eugene
for
three
said Alley-way to the City of Mill
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Electric Rotary Sewer Machine
weeks.
City, for purpose of any public im­
with razor »harp knlvea cuta
provement.
The date of the play, “The Honey­
Don’t Borrow—Subscribe Today!
roots, and grease from sewers.
EARL RAGSDALE,
moon is Over” to be given by the
Ml
■MSMMBSNKWM
City Recorder.
cleans sink
Electric
Niard
Gates Play House at the Mill City
First publication Feb. 9, 1950—3t
Typewriters
Calcuators
drains, lavatories, bathtubs.
theatre has been changed to March
Adding Machines
9th due to a conflicting date. The
CAPITOL OFFICE
Phone SALEM 3-946«, COLLECT
Gates Playhouse is a group of Gates
EQUIPMENT CO.
1079 Elm St., W. Salem
young people who are interested in
531 Court
SALEM
___ dramatics
Sales — Rentals — Service
■ Mr. and Mrs. Albert Millsap were
CO-OPERATING
(Salem and Stayton visitors Monday.
“I W. H Rock of Niagra returned
home one day last week, from work
and turned the radio on to listen to
a news broadcast just as the account
MMMMMM
of a fatal car accident was an-
Reasonable Rates
Personal Attention
nounced. The accident had occured
in Astoria and Robert Kelim had
WIRING — RADIO — REFRIGERATION — AUTOMATIC
Expert Repairing
been killed. Kellim was the son in­
CONTROLS — ELECTRONIC DEVICES
SHELL Oil. PRODUCTS
PHYSICIAN & SURGEON
law of Mr. and Mrs' Rock, who left
AI.I. WORK GUARANTEED
U. S. ROVAI. TIRES
Ai
immediately for Astoria.
Mill City
*. E. Fry, Manager
Mrs. Minnie Spoelstra of Salem
was a weekend guest at the home of |
February 23. 1950
a—TUE MILL CITY ENTERPRISE
Wants and Sales
lex’s Tavern
North Sant ¡¿tin
H. A. Schroeder
Repair Shop
TAVERN
NU-METHOD
MIKE’S
Septic & Sewer Service
Shux Electric and Frye Electric
Business - Directory
to Give You a Complete Electrical
Home Service
Professional
Canyon Garage
D.W. REID. MD
u
Free Hotpoint Range Service
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PHONE STAYTON 2964
MILL CITY DISPOS IL
SERVICE
HARLOW L. WEINRICK
Garbage, ashes, trimmings, etc.
weekly pickups $1 per month.
Also light hauling.
Leonard Herman
Phone 2325
318 Broadalbin
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♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦
I)\\ IS
SPORTING A DRY GOODS
Famous Pendleton Shirts
We Have Them
I. U. DAVIS A SONS
A Friendly Place
Attorney at Ijiw
FLOWERS
GOODE’S FLOW ER SHOP
Phone Blue 64B
Stayton, Ore.
. Albany
Your Idle Hours
Accountants
Bookkeepngi Service
Auditing
Payroll Reports
Incorno Tax
Foundation Garments
Special Attention Given to Fittings
Hosiery-1.Ingerle-DrrMesHrnocks
181 High St.
Salem
I
WEDDLE FUNERAL
HOME
Open Saturday Afternoons
Mbs Your feftu/y Mfarm Enough
LIPPOLD - BRENNER
Phones:
Mill City 207
Salem 3-7615
HOWARD CORSET SHOP
To While Away
RICH ABD’S
TAVERN
GATES
Modern Funeral Service
OREGON
STAYTON
UK8;
BARGAINS
|
In Furniture, Stoves. Dishes
Clothing, Housewares
MAC'S
DAVID M. REID
Real Estate
Mill City
145 S. Church, next to Salem Parking I
JUST ARRIVED—
l sulle« and Childrens I ■ ubre I las
Bath Towels — Aprons
Handkerchiefs
Sheets — Embroidered Cases
Tablecloth.
Heiidricson's Stori
The Frosty Months
are Costly and Long
C. E. Coville
Real Estate
INSULATE WITH
West Side Mill (My
IJSTINGS W ANTED
ZONOLITE
PERSI!
Bnlcony Epp's Store
$T CARLOAD PRICES
WOOD’S STORE
FRERES BUILDING SUPPLY
General Dry Goods
NOTIONS
LINGERIE
READY-TO-WEAR
hosiery
I.VZIERS COM'IETKR
■MUMRD um < x rjcxouocxXX3OCHMMRÌ
SERVICE
PHONE Mil l. CITY 2602 or Î108
MASTER •»<>
Mill City
Jefferson
PHONE 8715
Stayton