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About The Mill City enterprise. (Mill City, Or.) 1949-1998 | View Entire Issue (March 2, 1950)
.March 2, 1950
7—THE MILL < IT Y ENTERPRISE
Mrs. Bill Houck and family of Grand
CARD OF THANKS
SANTIAM Fraternal Order of Ea*
Weekend guests in the home of Mr.
By EVA BRESSLER
By REBA SNYDER
and Mrs. Frank Ray were her brother
We wish to express to our many cles 2745 meets at Rod and Gun Club
IDANHA COMMUNITY < Hl'RCII
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Smith waa
Mr. and Mrs. Wilber Chestnut, Mr. Lloyd Cleveland. Seattle. Wash , Miss
kind thoughtful friends our heartfelt in Idanha each Wednesday 8 p.m. 30
Sunday School 10 AM
and Mi-s. Sam Palmerton and child Joan Christensen and Berdun Russell. called to Scranton. Iowa, due to the
gratitude and thanks for their many
Morning Service 11 A M
Mill City Ix>dge No. 144, I."
ren, Pat and Gay returned to their Bend, Ore. and Mr and Mrs. Sanford, sudden death of her father. They
expressions of sympathy and beauti
Youths Hour 6:15 P.M
homes Saturday evening from a three Myrtle Point, Ore. The latter is | left Monday night. Gladyes Har-
ful floral offerings during the illness 0"%Jo.O.F.. Meets Every Friday
Evening Sendee 7 P.M.
: greaves will replace Mrs. Smith in
week vacation in California. They Ray’s nephew and wife.
Thursday prayer meeting 7:30 P.M. 1 and at the death of our beloved night. Visiting Brothers Welcome.
visited friends in Sacramento, spent Section II of the Detroit Junior | the primary room at the Lyons
Eldon Haley, Pastor , daughter. wife and sister, Minnie
a week in San Deigo, where, while High, supervised by their teacher. school.
I Hathaway Cooper.
W’eekend guests at the Orville
attending a movie one evening their Mildred Ray. served tea Friday after
WALTER J. COOPER and
locked auto was entered and ram- noon to about 70 people. Chop-suey, | Downing home were Miss Juanita Services are held every Sunday |
The Hathaway Family
sacked of everything loose.
tea. rice cakes and Litch was the 1 Downing and Miss Elaine Johnson, morning at 11 o’clock a m. In the
They enjoyed 110 degree weather menu enjoyed by the eleven grade and Duane Downing.
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in Palm Springs for several days and school teachers, the sixth, seventh Don't forget the card party at the
City building permits were issued
Rebekah hall Saturday evening
drove down to Ensenada, Old Mexico and eigth grades.
this week to James K. Fish, a dwell
Full Gospel Preaching
for the day.
ing estimated at »4.500 on S. E. 3rd
Litch, the pupils learned, was a February 4 500 and pinochle will
Sunday school 10 A M.
They came home with deep tans delicious fruit grown in China and
and Juniper. Dub Stewart, a garage
Morning worship 11 A M.
to find still 18 inches or two feet of was seen and eaten by many for the for everyone and everyone is invited
and bedroom at his residence.
first time Friday.
Mr. and Mrs. Art Anderson have
Preaching services Wednesday and
Palmerton reports they hope to A number of the girls in section II
start work in the shingle mill in a were dressed in Chinese costumes, purchased the Bill Johnson property Friday 8 P.M.
in Mehama and expect to move some
Rev. Wayne W. Watkins, Pastor
week or so.
and acted as hostesses. This luncheon time next month.
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Mr. and Mrs. Sol Tucker enter was a result of the study of the
tained Friday night for three friends Orient.
for all your
Services every Lord’s day
of there son, Quinton Finley, on his Mrs. Jewel Thweatt and daughter, day, March first after a two months
anniversary. LaVerne, Cottage Grove, a sister of
Young People’s meeting 6:30 P.M.
Those who enjoyed the dinner and Dave Roberts, were weekend guests and will be held at the old school
Evening worship 7:30 P.M.
3403 or 88, for
evening of record playing and radio at the Roberts and Jim McKinney [house in Lyons, with Mrs. Alice two
T. Courtney, Jr., Pastor
ber the instructor. There will be
programs were Robert Lady, William homes.
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weekly meetings. Wednesday and Fri.
Savage and Edgar Manasco.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Baker and son, day, with the regular fee of one dol- FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHl’KCH
Mrs. Henry Heiber and Harold were Roy returned home Sunday, from an lar and a monthly charge of two Morning worship 11 a m.
guests in Dallas he past week, while extended trip into California and dollars per family. It has been ar Music by choir.
Plumbing and Sheet Metal Works
Heibert and Pat O’Brien attended to Arizona. Baker reported 80 degree ranged with the school board for the
Dr. David J. Ferguson. Preaching
some business in the valley.
children to ride on the school bus pro Young People at 6:30 p.m., Mrs.
Orval Lady left Friday morning
Sally New is absent from school viding the mother puts them on the
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Before you buy-tee the SPARK
for the valley were he will visit for a due to a throat infection and a bro- bus and is there to meet the bus
MILL CITY, OREGON
week with his daughters, Mrs. George nical ailment. She is being attended when school is out.
ST. CATHERINE CATHOLIC
CHURCH, MILL CITY
Cannon and family and Mrs. Phil by our local physician.
Mr. and Mrs. Art Olmstead and
Mass at 9 A.M.
Vollman and family of Willimina, and
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Schaffer were
Confessions heard before Mass.
'î\ weekend guess in Salem in the home dinner guests at the home of Mr. and
Altar Society 2d Wednesday 8 p.m.
Mrs. Walter Olmstead of Mill City.
of her mother, Mrs. Hefner.
Father C. Mai, Pastor
Additional guests at the Olmstead
Donald McKinney, son of Ralph home were Mr. and Mrs. Steve Cleve.
McKinney, has been quite ill with lan^ and three children of Nashville, LATTER DAY SAINTS OF JESUS
pneumona, but is much improved.
CHRIST CHURCH, DETROIT
Oregon, Mr. and Mrs. Byron Ed
Sunday School each Sunday 10 A.M.
Mike Haley underwent a tonsil mundson and sons of Oak Grove,
LOTS, and HOMES FOR SALE
ectomy Saturday in Eugene. His con- Mr and Mrs. Ray Edmundson and in high school building, Detroit,
IF YOU’RE A G.L, SEE
to Jenkin’s Hardware
Priesthood meeting 11 A.M.
diton is good. Mr. Haley came along daughter of Colton, and Mr. and Mrs.
this week on that account, he is a Ed. Olmstead of Timber. The occas-
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Open Friday Afternoons
guest in the Frank New home.
sion honored the birthday annivers
Born to Mr. and Mrs. D.R. Mitchell, aries of Mrs. Art Olmstead, Byron
a son in Salem General hospital, Sun Edmundson and Walter Olmstead, Sr.
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Allen went to
day morning, February 26
Corvallis, Wednesday 22th, where
3 they attended the rural carriers con
Walter Smith, Pastor.
Mr. and Mrs. John Kampy of Port
land visited at the home of her sister DETROIT CHRISTIAN CHURCH
and brother-in-law Mr. and Mrs.
Warren Knape, Pastor
I John McClurg. They with M j «. Mc Sunday school
Clurg visited at the home of Mr. and Morning worship
Mrs. Bob Carleton in Fox Volley.
Mrs. May Swank and Mrs. Nora Youth night Saturday
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Taylor of Stayton visited friends in
MILL CITY .
Lyons Monday afternoon.
FREE METHODIST CHURCH
Sunday dinner guests at the home “The Church of Light and Life Hour”
of Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Bressler were Sunday School
(Formerly Baker’s Jewelry Store)
Mr. and Mrs. Phil Corbett, and Mrs. Morning Worship
Telephone 2243 for Appointments
Fred Hoster of Salem. Mrs. Corbett Junior Church
and Mrs. Hester are sisters of Mr. Evening Service
Wed. Prayer Meeting
Open Every Thursday 1 to 6 P.M.6 P. M. to 8 P.M. by appointment ■
Mr. and Mrs. George Keeley of Phone
* Glasses fitted.
Portland were Sunday afternoon Rev. L. C. Gould
* Eve examination
North Mill City
guests at the home of her mother,
• Broken lenses replaced
* Eye glass adjustments
aid Huber and family.
General offices at TenBrook Jewelers, 313 W. 1st St., ALBANY
Weekend guests at the home of
¡Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Roye were Miss
Imogene Roye of Lebanon, Mr. and
I Mrs. Lynn Roye of Albany, Mr. and
Washed Sand, Cement Rock, Crushed Road
Mrs. Arch Eberhardt and daughter
I [ J Judith
of Silverton, and Mr. and Mrs.
Rock, Oil Rock, Fill Rock
I Walter Rogers of Portland.
I Mr. and Mrs. Jack Duggan are the
(a Palmer Chiropractor)
parents of a baby girl bom at a
hae opened a new. modern
hospital. Sunday February, 26.
office at Scio
I This is their second child and second
LYONS' 294 Days
MILL CITY: Phone 9242 Days
He is now prepared to serve
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Putman have
those suffering from condi-
Mill City Plant 2 Miles West on River Road
moved into the Daisy Johnston house.
tions of a Chiropractic na-
Putman is the sixth grade teacher
ture, which include Head-
I in the school here.
aches. Rheumatism, Sciatica.
Excessive Gas, and Consti
The Womens Society of Christian
pation, as well as many other
I Service will hold their meeting at
complications that are caused
I the home of Mrs. Willard Hartnell ,
by nerve impingement.
afternoon March 7th. Each
member is asked to bring an apron ,
The Chiropractie rule is:
for the project of the month. Each
"Flnd the CAUSE and FIN
month some similar project will be
• True, that "little illnets"
TO ANY PERCHASE OF »15.00 OR MORE, A GIFT IN
you'»« beer mentioning in
carried out getting ready for the
OUR GRAB BAG — VALVES TO »2.00.
I baazar which will be held in the fall.
aeem to amount to much—
No charge for examination.
&a few faint symptoms;
I Mr. and Mrs. George Clipfell are
neglected, these "little
SCIO, OREGON j receiving congratulations upon the
nit" can lead to big bills for
>oo% WOOL SHIRTS, regular M.95
doctors, medicines, etc; not
WOOL JACKETS, regular »9.50
bom to their daughter Mrs Elaine
Io mention needless suffering
100% WOOL DRESS SLACKS, from
and loss of precious time;
Hadley Monday February 27th at a
Consult a Doctor now—
SPORT JACKETS, Water Repellent _
The little Miss
you’ll save by it in the end;
5-lb., 100% WOOL BIANKET
weighed 7 lbs ,8 oza. and has ben
And, of course, we hope you’ll
100% WOOL SHIRTS
bring his prescription to us
named Myra Diana.
for rareful compounding;
Members and friends of the Lyons
Methodist church enjoyed a pot-luck
Photo Finishing - 24 hour service
dinner following the Laymans serv
ices Sunday morning.
BE M TV SHOP
Thomas Housing Project
G. E. THOMAS, Mill City
DR. MARK HAMMERICKSEN
In Jenkins Building
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Mom & Pop’s
Dr. G. A. Serfling
Sand and Gravel Co
Gift Items Socks
The good driver keep» his attention
on the road- ahead and behind.
THE COMMERCIAL BOOK STORE
MILL CITY VARIETY
DRESS SHIRTS were »3.00
PARACHUTE SIIJÍ. A Buy at »3.95. now
SURPLUS TIN COATS. Only
RAINGEAR AND RUBBER BOOTS AT LOWEST
Has Everythtag for Your
Santiam War Surplus and
141 N. Commercial St.
More than 90 percent of Oregon's
traffic accidents involve a violation
of law by at least one driver.
Furniture and Bookkeeping Supplies
OUI BANK BUIUIING