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About The Mill City enterprise. (Mill City, Or.) 1949-1998 | View Entire Issue (June 22, 1950)
June 22. 1950
■THE MILL CITY ENTERPRISE
Wants and Sales
For Sale by Boy Scouts
Stands located at Lyons and Mill City
On sale June 20th to July 4th
Sunday Driving Resulted
In Heaviest Death Rate
On Oregon’s Highways
Mom & Pop’s
By MRS ALBERT MILLSAP
Father’s Day was the occasion for
a number of family
famil dinners and get-
Sunday topped all other days of the
FOR SALE Grand Plano, recondi FOR SALE — Three choice building
lots in Swift's addition, water, elec
j Mr anj Mrs. Robert Wilson of week in traffic deadliness in Oregon
tioned and recently refinished ma
tricity available, level ground. W.
hogany baby grand.
Roseburg were at the home of his last year with 67 fatal accidents, the '
$775 00 cash, terms, or
parents Mr. and Mrs. Harold Wilson, state traffic safety division has re-I
rented with purchase option. Stone
Piano Co., 1540 Fairgrounds Road. WE BUY—Cascara bark Red’s Hill FOR SALE—Spinet Piano, $35.00 de over the weekend. They took their ported.
Top Trading Post.
posit, and $15.00 per month places son, Ronnie, who had visited his
Saturday ran a close second with |
a fine instrument in your home. grandparents for the past week, home
60 fatal smash-ups, the division said.
Stone with them.
JTOR RENT Two-room housekeeping
with two cabins, spring, and par
Least fatal accidents were recorded
apartment, suitable for two men.
Piano Co., 1540 Fairgrounds Road,
A family dinner was held at the on Tuesday, with a total of 25, and
tially finished 4-room house. Will
Inquire at The Enterprise.
take car or trailer house in trade.
home of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Rush, Thursday, with 28.
Dan Morrison, Gates, Ore.
25-3p WE BUY—Fir pitch 75c per gallon honoring Mr. Rush and his father
FOR SALE One dining room set, six
Heavier rural highway traffic vol-1
Chairs, buffet, table, two extra FOR SALE — 6 ft. Maytag Freezer j See us for containers. Red's Hill Charles Rush of Gates. Others pres
due to weekend driving is the
leaves, walnut veneer. Very good
ent were Mrs. Charles Rush, Mr. and
$189.00. Stayton Hardware & Fur-,
main underlying factor, officials said,
condition, price $75. Lester Warner,
niture Co., Stayton, Ore.
25tf FOR SALE Dodge motor complete Mrs. Lyle Rush and baby daughter, which increases the chances of mis
Box 763, Mill City.
except generator, good condition, Mr. and Mrs. Robert King and daugh haps at high speed. Worst killers in
SALE—2*4 HP. Lawson out
FOR SALE Shallow well, pressure FOR
never been worked on. Model 218 ter Marcia and Mr. and Mrs. Guy 1949 were accidents in which a car
board motor $79 50; Maytag Pro
pump, like new, $13.50. Red's Hill
replacement motor, will fit 34 to Barnforth, all from Salem.
pane gas range $225.00. Stayton
ran off the roadway, overturned in
Top Trading Post.
48 Dodge. Also fits 36 Dodge panel.
At the Clyde Oliver home were the roadway, or struck a fixed object,
their family, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Oliver
KODAK FILMS DEVELOPED — I Ore.
25-1 and daughter, Bill and Ed Keith most of them due to loss of control
Fastest service in Portland and sat
at excessive speed.
isfaction guaranteed by Portland's PLEASE LIST all available rooms,
Oliver, all of Corvallis. Miss Jean
room and board, houses and apts. FOR 4JALE—140 h p. deisel, double
drum, with lines, $3,500. Jungwirth Oliver of Salem and Jackie and Don- by Mrs. Joaquin at the close of the
Write, telephone or visit Personnel
roll developed and one print each
Sand & Gravel, ph. 9242, Mill City. nalee who are still at home.
evening to Mrs. Glen Hearing, Mrs.
25c. Two prints each 35c. Rolls
Mrs. Edmund Klecker, at her hoine
with more than eight exposures one
Wilson Park, Mrs. Albert Millsap,
print each 35c. Re-prints 3c each. FOR SALE — 20-foot eastern built FOR SALE—Pillows 65c. Red's Hill
Mrs. Norman Garrison, Mrs, Lincoln
Send coin. The Quality Picture Co.
trailer house, furnished. Behind H.
Top Trading Post.
25tf her father, Albert Millsap of Gates. Henness, Mrs. Frank Saunders, Mrs
Box 44O1Z, Portland 8, Ore.
E. Martin’s Body & Fender Shop,
Harold Wilson, Mrs. Gwen Schaer,
Gerald Garrison spent the weekend
23-3p NUBBINS AND EYES spliced for
Mrs. Clarence Johnson, Mrs. Kay Mc
FOR SALE- 16-ft. trailer, sleeps two,
chokers. Inquire at Silver Saddle
Carty, Mrs. Floyd Völkel, Mrs. Laura
very clean, your for $250. Adams FOR SALE —Used Tents, 16 x 32,
Gerald is Joaquin, Mrs. Theodore Burton and
25-3p Mrs. Norman Garrison.
Cabin Court, Gates.
Red’B Hill Top Trading
employed in Eugene. Other Sunday
25tf FOR SALE—Live weight or dressed guests at the Garrison home were his Mr. Allen
EXPERT AUTO and home radio
Fryers. Clayton Baltimore, phone aunt, Mrs. Nora Follett, and Mr and
service, 20 years experience, all FOR SALE Half-finished 4-r house,
24-3 Mrs. Vernon Follett, all from Alsea.
makes. Guaranteed service.
with 1% acres land, well, $1,200.00.
Stiffler’s Radio and Appliance. 3tf
Will accept trailer on trade. See
A guest, this week at the home of
FOR SALE—Rabbits, does and bucks,
one mile east of Gates.
granddaughter, Miss Verna May Burk I
68 breeding does, six bucks, good
Kce, All does due to kindle within A GOOD SELECTION of linoleum
I of Seattle.
BYRON DAVIS, Prop.
i next 30 days. Write to R. W.
j Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Hatton and son
yardage, 6 and 9 ft. widths, 69c per
Schroll, M. R. Box 705, Clarks Mills
! J. L. Hatton returned to their home
sq. yard. Dave Epps Furniture Co.
“At the Bottom of the Hili’’
Rd., Sweet Home, Ore.
| here from Portland where they had
FOR SALE—Tents, new, fire proof, |
| been for some time. They attended I
mildew proof, water proof, 9x9
C. E. 'Pink’ Mason, Prop.
1 the Rose Festival before returning i
$24 50, 14 x 14, $49.00 Red's Hill
Top Trading Post.
Mr. and Mrs. William Athey and
AUTO STORAGE BATTERIES
FOR SALE — Fourteen man bunk
four daughters were Sunday visitors
FOR SALE — Complete restaurant,
house and two large rooms for llv-1
in Lebanon at the home of friends.
kitchen equipment, dishes included,
ing or office connected. All fur-i
Mrs. Paul Davis left Sunday for
reasonable. The Cottonwoods Tav
nished, centrally located. See Cat
Portland where she will receive a
ern, Route 1, Albany, Ph. 2510R2
ton Cornelius, Detroit.
medical checkup. She planned to re
LET US FIGURE YOUR ESTIMATES ON
Before her de
:i ili turn home Tuesday.
PLUMBING AND HEATING
SOAP FREE!—No work, 9 lb. wash
parture a Christening party was held
rifice for quick sale. Cash or terms.
30c, Why do it the old way. Gates
No Job Too Large and None Too Small
at the Methodist church in Mill City
Tallman Piano Store, 395 S 12th
| for her infant daughter, Lonna Paul.
Shop and Residence 4260 Macleay Road, SALEM
St., Salem, Oregon.
Mrs. Stanley Godden of Arcata,
FOR SALE — Hollywood beds $5.50.
Red s Hill Top Trading Post
Calif., accompanied by her nephew.
FOR SALE — 6 cu. ft. deep-freeze ;
Leonard Smith of Mehama visited at
LIST YOUR homes and farms with
$150 00, like new. Phone 5807.
the home of her father, William Stitt
me. Have cash buyers. Mill City,
one day last week. Mrs. Goddard was
Oates, Detroit, Lyons.
a former residentof Mill City and
Reid, Real Estate.
FOR SAIÆ Kimball upright piano,
Mrs. Gwen Schaer was hostess on [
excellent tone Inquire at Detroit
Father’s day to her father, Clarence
’ Johnson, her mother Mrs. Johnson, j
Royal Johnson and Mr. and Mrs Rob- |
FOR SALE — New home, 4 rooms,
GENERAL AUTO and
modern, wired for electric range,
Mrs Wilson Park, accompanied by
large lot, fine shade trees, in city.
Mrs. Glen Hearing and Mrs. Mike
Would take late modem trailer
house See Bob Thompson, apt 7,
Plant, was a Salem visitor Saturday.
Beebe Apts, Ph. 561.
Mrs. Tex Allen was in Portland
several days this week visiting friends
FOR SALE Hot water tanks, guar-|
and relatives there. She was accom
anteed, $7.50 Red's Hill Top Trad
panied home by Mrs. Warren Varcoe.
who with Mr. Varcoe was a weekend
guest at the home of her mother. Mrs. |
Guests Father's day, complimenting
George Ditto were his son, Glenn of
Junction City; daughters. Mrs. Beulah
Bucknum of Portland; Mrs. Dorothy
Faulkner and son James of Florence;
For your excavating
Mr and Mrs. Orville Gleason and sons
Gregory and Kimberly of Portland,
3-8 yd. 10-B Shovel
and Mrs. A. H. Fish of Salem. The
Basements, Trench and
family met their father in Mill City
at the Christian church and accom
panied hint home to "Windermere
Silver Saddle Trailer Camp
Farm” where a picnic lunch and din-
Mil) City. Ore.
> ner were served on the lawn. Other
I guests were Mrs. Ditto's brother, Ed-
| ward Bronkey and his daughter's
family. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Joiner with
her daughter and granddaughter all
It’s Smart !
of Salem. Four generations of Mrs I
Ditto's family were represented by I
Where Friends Meet
Mrs. Harvey Kanoff and two sons I
of Lyons spent one day last week at I
On Highway 222, Linn County Side
the home of her grandparents Mr I
and Mrs Ned Richards.
. PHYSICIAN & SURGEON
George ‘Sparky’ Ditter
A special meeting of members of
SMELI. OIL PRODUCTS
the Gates Woman's club was called i
U. S. ROV AI. TIRES
!, Fry, Mgr.
for Sunday evening at the home of
\ Mrs. Joe Joaquin to discuss business
I pertaining to the new club house
LIPPOLD - BRENNER
Mrs Wilson Park presided in the ab-
> sence of the president, Mrs Edward
Chance Tex Allen was present and
Bookkii ping Service
and Trailer Court
gave a short talk and answered ques
FIRST IN DETROIT
tions pertaining to the matter under
STILL FIRST IN DETROIT
Honra: 10 to 7
Mill City 207
Salem 3 7615
Otto Russell ! discussion. Refreshments were served
FOR SALE—1946 Cadillac power en-
gine, complete with radiator, 12-
volt generator and starter and all
dash board gauges Ready to run
$300 00 Inquire at Mill City Auto
Supply, phone 1652.
A Friendly Place
To While Away
Your Idle Hours
MILL CITY TAVERN
GREENLY’S Plumbing & Heating
Arc and Acetylene
J. W. GOIN
HOWARD CORSET SHOP
Hye, ial Attention Given to Fittings
Hoale ry I .In gerle- Dresses - Smocks
131 High St
In Furniture, 8toves, Dishes
145 S Church, neat to Salem Parkin«
FLORIST «nd M KSER1
319 W. Wash. Street 1 tj block«
W. Stayton III way
General Dry Good«
UN G F RIF.
t.t ZIERS OMMITK8
MIKE’S Septic Service :
Nrpth Tanks and Newer« Cleaned •
N Al EM 3 F4AA <x»l JJ1CT •
1*79 Elm Nt. W. Nalem
GOODi’S HOWER SHOP
Phone Blue till!
• NEW STOCK
Silk and Wool Scarfs
New Shade« In Nylon«
Curttaln Material — Ticking
In the Dawe* Bldg
Modem Funeral Service
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C. E. Coville
Garbage, ashes, trimmings, etc
weekly pickups 31 per month
Also light hauling
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Beat Side Mill CHy
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