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About The Mill City enterprise. (Mill City, Or.) 1949-1998 | View Entire Issue (May 25, 1950)
BY MRS. STOTT YOUNG
3—THE MIL! CITY ENTERPRISE
May 25, 1930
147,000 Postnl Workers Huy
U. S, Savings Bonds Regularly
By MRS ALBERT MII.I^AP
By MRS J A WRIGHT
Mr. and Mrs Don McNeil of Port
Mrs. Warren Varcoe spent several
land. Oregon, were visitors here on
On Friday afeemoon, May 19, the
Saturday. They also made a trip days last week in Portland at the Sth grade taught by Mrs. Leach gave
in to their summer home on Marion home of her mother, Mrs. Rose Ste a 4H club tea at the school library
creek to see what the winter had done wart. Mr. Varcoe was in Portland for the mothers.
to the cabin.
Both grade and high school will
Mr. and Mrs Fount Paul were Port close here on June 2nd.
Visiting the Y’oungs, Sunday, were
Mrs. Paul Matovich and Mr. and Mrs. land visitors Sunday to be with Mrs.
Mrs. Kate Joyce of Portland who
Pete Matovich of Molalla, Oregon, and Paul's mother who has been seriously has been visiting at the home of her
Mrs. A. Swarthout of Marguans, ill.
son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and
mother of Mrs. Pete Matevich.
Guests this week at the home of Mrs. Robert Manning where she has
The Marion Forks Hatchcry is Mr. and Mrs. Ed Davis were her ■ been ill for sometime, is improving.
nearing completion with the refrig neice and husband. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Smith of Port-
eration system done and being tested. Sam Holderman from Kansas City, I land were Tuesday guests of the
The hatchery itself is completed and Mo. The Holderman's were making Mannings. He caught some trout.
the water lines about covered and the an extended trip through the West.
Mrs. L. L. Rynearson was in town
ponds done. The permanent dwell
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Brisbin left ¡on Friday and reports that (Red) .
ings however will not be completed early Saturday morning for Brook | her husband is not showing much im
for sometime. The hatchery is ex ings. Ore., and on to Crescent City, provement at the Veteran's hospital
pected to be in operation this coming California.
; in Portland where he has been for
Complete spring check
Recent guests at the home of Mr. ■ over two weeks for treatment of
up to take winter creaks
Harold Syverson, roller skating and Mrs. George Ditto were Mrs, i arthritis in his feet. She said they I
out of your car, put it in
champion from Portland and his Elizabeth Taylor of Marysville, Calif. j wished to thank everyone who sentI
party stopped enroute from the North Mr. and Mrs. Glen Ditto, Mr. and cards letters and flowers as those
west skating meet in Idaho.
Mrs. Glen Ditto Jr., and Mrs. Eliza ¡had cheered him up during his stay.
□ An expert chassis lubrication
Lost Lake is out from under the beth Harpole, all from Junction City. Mrs. Rynearson and Susie are stay
snow and Ice and bids fair to be a
Mr. and Mrs. Les Beamish have ing with his mother Mrs. Mildred
□ Crankcase drained, flushed,
good place to fish.
Better you opened a cafe at Little Sweden on Aggee in Portland.
refilled with RPM Motor Oil
At the regular meeting of the I
bring you a rock of your own for the the Nystrum place. The new busi
demand will be great from all indica ness will be known as The Homestead | Eagles Auxiliary this week the fol-1
□ Oil filter serviced
¡lowing women were initiated: Mrs. I
□ Transmission and differential
John C. Young is now making his
Mrs. Englert and two children are Harry Rutherford, Mrs Marion Kite,
home in Portland where he is driving new comers to Gates and have rented Mrs. Preston Denton, and Mrs. Ray
drained, flushed and refilled
Washington, D. C.—J. M. Donaldson, Postmaster General (above),
for West Coast lines.
one of the apartments in the house : McKeever.
□ Automatic transmission
today endorsed the Independence Savings Bonds Drive now underway.
Mrs. Gale Fagan who has been ser
recently purchased by Floyd Fleet-
iously ill in the Salem Memorial hos
"United States Savings Bonds spell Independence for millions of
pital for a week returned home Sat
Americans. They know that by buying these securities they are laying a
□ Front wheel bearings in
Mr. Fleetwood has completely ren urday. Although she has lost a lot
solid foundation for personal economic security. I am glad to say that
spected and re packed
ovated the interior of the apartment
more than 147,000 Postal employees are investing a part of their pay
of weight she is improving now.
house and is painting the exterior
AT YOUR FINGERTIPS
every payday in U. S. Savings Bonds and it is hoped that many more
In Bend on May 25 at 8:30 p.m,
□ Battery checked, cleaned
will sign up for regular purchases during the Independence Drive. All
and improving the grounds.
will be the institution of Senior Miss,
who do so can be assured that they are on the right road to an Independ
Mr. and Mrs. Claude Rebhan of Junior Order of Eagles, to which all
Dallas were Sunday guests at the
□ Radiator flushed, inspected,
auxiliary members from Detroit as
home of her daughter and son-in-law
well as their husbands have been in
Mr. and Mrs. Norman Garrison.
□ Tires and spare cross
Mr. and Mrs. Ted Stiff and Mr.
switched, thoroughly in
and Mrs. E. S. Stiff, Jr. attended
Put out your campfire before you
spected, properly inflated
the funeral of their mother, Mrs E.
leave the woods.
L. Stiff, in Salem Friday. Lyle Daw
PLUS: A dozen extra safety
of Gates is a grandson, and also at
checks and services! Service
to suit your convenience.
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Shepherd and
Chattanooga Shoe Shine Boy
Jane Alice of Tillamook were over
the weekend guests at the home of
his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Adam Shep
Miss Janet Klecker of Stayton
Come in and see our wide selections visited her grand parents, Mr. and
of 45 RPM and 78 RPM Populars, Old Mrs. Albert Millsap several days last
Timers, Classical, and Semi-Classical week.
She returned to her home
Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Paul Davis
who were Sunday guests at the
Under New Management
. Klecker home.
Mr. and Mrs. Clifford McCoy of
We take better care of your car
Portland were Sunday visitors at the
‘First with What You Want Most" home of her brother and family, Mr.
COMPLETE APPLIANCE SERVICE and Mrs. Elmer Klutke.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Wilson and
Radio, Washer, Refrigerator two children of Roseburg arrived at
and Electrical Appliance
the home of his parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Harold Wilson, Saturday night.
Mill City 1884
Stayton 215 Mrs. Wilson will remain here for the
< t • ‘y
week, to attend the wedding of Miss
Mrs. Theodore Burton has been con
fined to her home for the past week
OPEN SEVEN DAYS
due to illness.
Mrs. Frank Saunders was hostess
last week to members of her former
CALL MILL CITY 8203
Chuck Faylor and Sam Engle
LET US FIGURE YOUR ESTIMATES ON
club in Salem for luncheon. Ladies
PLUMBING AND HEATING
present were Mrs. L, J. Gibbens. Mrs.
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Harold Winslow, Mrs. Delbert White
No Job Too Large and None Too Small
and Mrs. L. J. Bayes. House guests
Shop and Residence 1160 Maeleay Road, SAI.EM
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Saund
IT’S THE BIG ECONOMY
ers last week were Mr. and Mrs. Al
fred Windahi from Deep River, Iowa.
Over the weekend guests were Mr.
and Mrs. Warren Hubbard of New
berg, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Sherman
i and Kay and Fara and Mrs. Gladys
■ Van de Walker, all of Salem.
(Packet or Bulk Pack)
Mrs. I^arry Shelton an daughter
ALSO FIELD AND GRASS SEEDS
iBarbara spent Saturday and Sunday
in Salem with Mr. Shelton and other
Various Types of Garden Tools, Etc
One of the most enjoyable pro
grams of the year was presented by
students of the Gates high school
Friday evening in the gymnasium.
A large crowd of parents and friends
were present. The program included
Only low priced cor with
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’ hi ihit " ••num nn mrmi mi mi "i mi im mi-iin iura folk dances, skits, a style show, spe
cialty dances, singing, group games,
a V-type engine I
i table tumbling, horizontal bar, para-
Ford only Ford - in the low price field
offers you the smooth, spirited per
[ lei bar and tumbling.
formance of a V 8 engine. Yet a ford
Shelton was accompanist for the
V-8 Is yours for hundreds of dollars less
dances and music presented.
than any other "Light." Yes, even hun
dreds less than most "Slaes."
Pupils of the second grade were
treated to a picnic, Friday afternoon
by members of the Gates PTA. This
award was given the youngsters for
having the most parents present at
the last meeting of the PTA.
END 0’ WINTER
Mill City Hotel
W. K. Cadile
PORTER & LAE
VIV’S Steak House
Meals - Fountain
Sweden Soft Freeze
SHOWER MOTOR CO
GREENLY’S Plumbing &Heating
Headquarters for Garden Seeds
SANTIAM FARMERS CO-OP
Bigger and Better
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Come In and Let Us Tell
You of the Larger Loan
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o "Lifeguard" Body!
Welded, all steel body scientifically
reinforced for strength -‘‘sound condi
tioned'' for quiet Quality coach work
and baked on enamel mean long Ide -
high resale value.
Only low priced cor with
King Size Brakes!
Only low priced cor to
receive "Fashion Award"!
Yes, Ford’s the only car on the
road to receive the New York
Fashion Academy's coveted
fashion Car Medal two years in a
row .. the only low priced car to
receive it, ever I
Trips are treats with features like
Ford's big 35% easier acting
brakes to take the work out of
driving and your non sag foam
rubber drivers seat to banish
fatigue Trips are treats, too,
when you see how far you go on
so tittle gas and oil
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’50 FORD ::^.u"s ,o"°
HerroiiLPLilippi Motor Co., Stayton
"TEST DRIVE’’ THE
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