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About The Mill City enterprise. (Mill City, Or.) 1949-1998 | View Entire Issue (July 27, 1950)
July 27, 1950
THE MILL CITY ENTERPRISE
Wants and Sales
FOR SALE — Trash Burner, white
enamel, perfect grates and fire
Parker - Hutcheson
4a im Street
By EVA BRESSLER
Miss Mary Pietrok returned to
FOR SALE — 1 to 10 acres, ideal
Pennick - Pennick, Salem Sunday after spending a two
30-1 1 weeks vacation at the home of her
CHERRIES You pick 4c lb. 5 miles BOARD AND ROOM Call at Mary
Jones’ home on Ivy St., fifth house
north of Mehama on Fem Ridge
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Pietrok.
west from Red’s Hill Top Trading FOR SALE 34 Beds with first qual
road, Etzel Bros . Route 1, Box 234,
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Olmstead and
ity Serta inner spring mattress and
box springs, like new. W. L. Peter sons, Donald and Walter, are spend
son, Swift addition.
30tf ing a few days vacationing along the
FOR SALE Grand Piano, recondi FOR SALE—2*4 HP. Lawson out
board motor $79.50; Maytag Pro
tioned and recently refinished ma
pane gas range $225 00. Stayton
Mr. and Mrs. Eldon Tietze and
hogany baby grand.
Hardware & Furniture Co., Stayton,
$775 00 cash, terms, or
children of Turner were Sunday
rented with purchase option. Stone
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Linde
Plano Co., 1540 Fairgrounds Road, FOR SALE- High chair $4 75. Red’s BEAN PICKERS WANTED —Truck mann. Mrs. Tietze is a sister of Mr.
will pick up at Gates. Mill City, | Lindemann.
Hill Top Trading Post.
Lyons and Mehama at 7 a m., start-I
FOR SALE Movable wash tubs, and HELP WANTED — National organl-, ing Monday, July 31. M. E. Peter-■ Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Heineck and
Mr. Roy Heinick visited with Mrs.
4-ft. bath tub.
Don Peterson at
zation offers opportunity to make
sen Bean Yard, R. 1, Box 92A, Stay
money in your spare time, writing
ton, 4 miles W. of Mehama.
30-lp Heinick, who is ill, at the home of
their daughter, Mrs. Ade Ruschman
credit reports in Mill City. Inter
FOR SALE One large size tricycle
with side car >12.50, one small side
posit, and $15.00 per month places
Mrs. Keith Taylor and children of
or education preferred. Write Mr
walk bike $7.50. Ken Nielson, CBI
a fine instrument in your home. Walport spent several days last week
R. E. Deagle, P.O. Box ill, Port
addition, Phone 2301.
Can be seen locally. Write Stone with relatives in Lyons. Mrs. Taylor
land 7, Oregon.
Piano Co., 1540 Fairgrounds Road. is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Pat
PLEASE LIST all available rooms,
room and board, houses and apts. FOR SALE — 300 used brick, some
used fire brick, good trash burner.
Write, telephone or visit Personnel
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Allen returned
Dept. 10 a m. to 3 p.m. Consolidated
See us for containers. Red’s Hill home Sunday evening from Paulina
Jail in Mill City.
Builders, Inc., Detroit Dam.
Top Trading Post.
24 lake. The Allens with the Foxs of
LOST—Bundle containing four fish FOR SALE — Large lot on high
Salem had spent the past ten days at
ground in Thomas addition. Cash
ing rods. Reward for return. Write
or terms. For owner’s residence in-1 Call 21F71 for free estimate. Stay the lake.
Jess Looney, Scio, Ore.
Mrs. Alex Bodeker, Mrs. Merrill
quire Enterprise office or Stewart's : ton Upholstering, Rt 1, Box 177A,
W. Washington, Stayton, Ore. 28tf Brassfield, Mrs. Clyde Bressler and
Grocery. Ernie Brown.
FOR SALE — 6 ft. Maytag Freezer
Mrs. Alice Huber went to Eugene
$189.00. Stayton Hardware & Fur- |
FOR SALE OR TRADE—For live
niture Co., Stayton, Ore.
25tf FOR SALE—Ten million feet virgin
stock. New movable garage and Friday evening where they attended
fir and hemlock. Ax or saw has
workshop, one Whizzer Bike motor. the wedding of Charlie Hallin and
never touched this stand, good
FOR SALE Fishing poles, steel tele
28-3p Miss Ethel Anderson. The Hallins
scope $3.95; fish baskets $2 50
spent several years in Lyons while Mr.
formation see W. Hampton, owner,
Red’s Hill Top Trading Post.
29-3p FOUND—Two keys and a small knife Hallin was superintendent at the Mt.
WANT TO RENT —2 or 3-bedroom .— ---------------------------------------------- 1 near the scene of last week’s Police Jefferson saw mill.
man’s dance. Loser may pick them
house, before school starts. Phone FOR SALE—Kimball upright piano,
Visiting at the home of Mr. and
up at The Enterprise by paying for
excellent tone. Inquire at Detroit
29tf Mrs. Lloyd Sletto, route one, Lyons,
are her sister, Mrs. Lewis Olsen and
LIST YOUR homes and farms with
FOR SALE Baby buggy $6.95. Red's children, Dennis and Sharron, of
me. Have cash buyers. Mill City, FOR SALE—Ice boxes $6 50 and up.
Hill Top Trading Post.
30 Long Beach, California.
Red's Hill Top Trading Post. 28tf
Gates, Detroit, Lyons.
Shirley and Jerry Mohler are spend-
Reid, Real Estate.
pair. Red’s Hill Top Trading Post. LOOKING FOR A LOCATION FOR this week at the home of their grand
WHY PAY RENT? Buy income prop
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Boyd Midili
We have some very fine lots
erty. New duplex for sale. W. L.
in a residential district. Let
Peterson, Swift's addition.
20tf FOR SALE—House and eight lots at
us show them to you.
Several of the ladies from the Lyons
Newport, Ore., orchard, loganber
ries, boysenberries, raspberries, hot
FOR SALE — Sleeping bags $9.75.
garden club attended the garden
Phone 1901 tour of the Stayton garden club held
and cold water, indoor shower. See Mill City
Red's Hill Top Trading Post.
O. E. Baker at Tony Baker’s, above
in Stayton Tuesday afternoon.
FOR SALE 8-ft. home freezer, less
Gates, R. 1, Box 139, Lyons. 29-3p FOR SALE — Three choice building
Miss Shirley Keintz and Miss Isa
lots in Swift's addition, water, elec
than one year old, $280 00. Phone
tricity available, level ground. W. belle Knebel of Roslyn, So. Dak., are
6007 A. L. Olmstead.
30-lt FOR SALE—The following items will
20tf visiting relatives in Lyons. The young
not be needed in Korea: 30.06 cus
FOR RENT — Three new cottages,
tom made sporter, 2>^X Zeiss scope
ladies are nieces of Mrs. John Jung
electric stove, no fum. Close to
case and ammunition; 5 h.p. Sea WANTED — We are buying Douglas wirth, Mike Fink of Lyons and Mrs.
Fir poles and piling on new higher
school and store on quiet shady
King outboard motor, 15 hours ac
price list. Call Albany 1287 or write Jake Silbernagel of Jordan.
lane. H. N. Wilson, 1st house 8. of
tual running time, cost $120.00, take
Standard Pole & Piling Co., Inc.,
bridge at Gates.
It fishing for $85 00; an 11-ft. alum
P.O. Box 282, Albany, Ore . for your CALL OFF AUGUST MEETINGS
inum sport trailer, fully equipped,
Cabin 12x18, shiplap
Lyons—Mrs. Art Boltzer was host
full-size bed and stove—take a look
floor, located on West Alder Street
and name your price.
Mill City $5000 PER THOUSAND Columbia ess for the meeting of the Women's
to be moved. E. D. Cooke.
Cabinet Shop on Marion county
River scale paid for 24’ to 40' small Society of Christian Service at the
A GOOD SELECTION of linoleum
Douglas Fir logs suitable for piling. meeting on the lawn at the Boltzer
yardage, 6 and 9 ft. widths, 69c per SAVE MONEY — Nice clean trailer
Call 1287 Albany or write for price home. Mrs. Eugene Roy was assist
sq. yard. Dave Epps Furniture Co.
list Standard Pole & Piling Co., ant hostess.
house, electric brakes, butane cook
Inc., P O. Box 282, Albany, Ore. 30tf
The business meeting was in charge
ing and oil heat, owner has left
FOR SALE OR WILL LEASE Sell
Oregon because of illness, a steal at KODAK FIIJV1S DEVEIXiPED-Fast- of Mrs. Hargreaves, president. Mrs.
on liberal terms, 2 bedroom modern
only $750. George W. Hubbs Co.,
home, inside utility, dining room,
est service in Portland and satis George Clipfell lead devotions. Mrs.
1853 N. Capital St., Salem, phone
large living room, nice bath, wired
faction guaranteed by Portland's Minnie Smith and Mrs. Anna Johnson
for range, electric water heater,
oldest company. Eight picture roll were elected delegates to attend camp
fruit room, large wood shed on 4- (EXPERT AUTO and home radio
developed and one print each 35c. at Long Bow. It was also voted to
acre wooded tract. Adjacent Gates
Two prints each 50c. Rolls with discontinue the meetings through
service, 20 years experience, all
schools, Immediate possession, con
more than eight pictures each 50c. August. At the close of the meeting
makes. Guaranteed service.
tact J. J. Butler, 1674 N. Liberty,
Enlarged Jumbo home-made ice cream and cake were
Reprints 4c each. ~
Stiffler’s Radio and Appliance. 3tf
size eight picture roll 45c. Twelve served to Rev. and Mrs. Jons. Edith
FOR SALE Thor Washing machine,
picture roll 60c
Tents, new. ridgepole,
used only 6 times, $139.50, sell'er
5c each. Quality Picture Co., Box Clipfell. Anna Johnson, Inez Ring,
9x9, fire, water and mildew proof,
for $79 50 Parker-Hutcheson Fur-
44O1Z. Portland 8. Oregon.
30tf Minnie Smith, Alta Bodeker, Elenore
only $24 50 Red’s Hill Top Trading
Bartlett. Helen Hubbard, Eveyln Ju
nitur*, 1 latea
lian. Helen Hargreaves. Marlyn Bolt
zer. Mrs Roye and Mrs. Boltzer.
FOR SALE 19 acres with approxi
100 Acres well improved dairy-stock
mately 200 ft. highway frontage
GRANGE HEARS PARK PLANS
ranch, modem buildings, plenty of
Lyons—The Linn county Pomona
water, good fences. Terms.
Three bedroom house
’ grange held their meeting at the San-
40 Acres, foothill ranch, well im
with three large lots. See to ap-
proved, would take house in town
tiam Valley grange hall last Thurs
as part payment.
day. Robert Schmidt from Morning
Two bedroom house
10 Acres. Gates, good location splen
Star grange was master; Tony Mora-
completely furnished. Near schools.
did water system, terms.
: vac. Santiam Valley grange, overseer,
5-Bedroom house, good condition,
Mill City and Gates
and G. R. Truax, secretary.
$1.000 down, balance to suit.
Trailer court, large
A general discussion was held in
13K Acres, new house on highway,
house and two duplexes combined
regard to the ways and means of ob
A beautiful home
on highway 222 Good buy.
taining and maintaining a park. At
DAVID M. REIII. REAL ESTATE
the lecturer’s hour Elizabeth Truax
Mill < it >I’lion. 1901
See W R HUTCHESON
i furnished a very interesting program
with a quetsion box. In all it was
I a very lovely meeting and pleasant
¡evening. Mildred Norman, state de
puty. was present and gave an ill'
Trovieri SaUty S« cvk «
MILL CITY MEAT MARKET
Quality Meats & Groceries
Les s Tavern
Frank’s Richfield Service
Quality job printing at the Enter
We Give United Trading Stamps
SHELL OIL PRODUCTS
U. S. ROYAL TIRES
. E. Fry, Mgr. J
HOWARD CORSET SHOP
Spec lai Attention Given to Fittings
Hosiery-I Ingerir-Drra»■« Smocks
131 High St
2nd * Broadway
Hours: 10 to 7
In Furniture Stoves. Dishes
BSOXtXXX X X X X X X X
and Trailer Court
FIRST IN DETROIT
STILL FIRST IN DETROIT
FLORIST and NURSERY
319 W. Wa«h. street !•> Mocks on
W. Stay ton Hin ay
145 S Church, next to Salem Parkin*
WOOD S M ORE
General Dry Goods
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GOODE S H.OW ER SHOP
Phone Blue (MB
• NEW STOCK
Silk and Wool Scarf*
Xru shade* In \>lon*
Carttaln Material — Ticking
I lemlrirson s Sion
MIKE'S Septic Service I :
Septic Tank« and Sewer* Cleaned »
Phone SUXM 3 9468. COLLECT I
1079 Elm St.. W Salem
Modern Funeral Service
at THE ENTERPRISE
In the D.iu*« Bldg
Garbage ashes trimmings, etc
weekly pickups $1 per month
Al«o light hauling
( . E. (’oville
Hui Id ing
DOORS and WINDOWS
I I STI RING M" LOW PRICE« ON MONTEX—
THE PNIXT WITH THF MNO FINISH
KELLY LUMBER SALES
RUSSELL KELLY, Manager