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About The Mill City enterprise. (Mill City, Or.) 1949-1998 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 17, 1950)
New Motif in Disposable Fabric Towels
By ELSIE MYERS
• In the Circuit Court of the State of
Enjoying the famous dinners at the
Oregon for the County of Linn
Elkhorn Guest ranch Sunday were
ANNA VAN BEBER. Plaintiff,
Mr. and Mrs Robert Veness and two
WALTER PRESTON VAN BEBER. children and their guests Mr. and
Defendant. Mrs Harmon and two children all of
To Walter Preston Van Beber, De Mill City. Other guests at the ranch
included Mr. and Mrs. Paul Acton
IN THE NAME OF THE STATE 'of Salem accompanied by Mrs.
OF OREGON, you are required to ap Acton’s mother. Mrs. J. H. Phillips,
pear and answer the Complaint filed
against you in the above entitled who is visiting here from Glendale,
Court and cause, within four weeks Calif , and her sister. Mrs. Codding-
from the date of the first publication ton. It was Mrs. Phillip s (who is 93
of this Summons, and if you fail so years old) first visit to the Elkhorn
to do, for want thereof plaintiff will . valley.
She wajs very much im
take a decree against you dissolving pressed and insisted it was the most
the marriage contract and bonds of | beautiful spot she had visited.
matrimony now existing between you
Recent callers at the home of Mr.
and the plaintiff herein.
and Mrs. Steve Dark were Bud Cole
This Summons is served upon you
I by publication thereof pursuant to an man and S. K. Wills of Milwaukee,
Order of the above entitled Honor- i They presented Mrs. Dark with a
’ able Court entered herein on the 14th ! nice catch of salmon for canning.
Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Garrison were
I day of August. 1950.
dinner guests at the Dark home
1 ne effect or cool sea breezes is brought into the bathroom this
. Thursday evening.
August 17th, 1950.
summer by the new “Shells” design of the Masslinn disposable fabric
ROY R. HEWITT.
guest hand towels. Made of non-woven rayon and cotton, they come in
Mr. and Mrs. Steve Dark recently
Attorney for Plaintiff
nght and dark shrimp pink, and sapphire blue. Style-coordinated by
drove to Silver Creek Falls to bring
180 North Commercial St., home Durwood, who had been spend-
Dorothy Draper, famed decorator, the new towels have the textured
Salem, Oregon, and
softness and absorbency of linen, and the convenience of paper. No
laundry problem here!
Mill City, Oregon
$1.000.00 $5.000,00 on October 1,
NOTICE OF BOND SALE
Numbers 35 to 39 inclusive each for
NOTICE is hereby given that sealed
$1.000 00 $5,000,00 on October 1,
bids will be received by the under
tHHnnnHHHHnnananiannHHianaHBKEHnnHnnnnaHBnnHnnannHHni ■ signed
until the hour of 8:00 o’clock
Numbers 40 to 44 inclusive each for
P. M.. Pacific Standard Time, on the
$1.000 00 $5.000.00 on October 1.
5th day of September. 1950. and im
mediately thereafter publicly opened
Said bonds to bear interest at the
by the School District Board of
School District No. 129-J, Linn-Ma- rate of not to exceed four (4%) per
| rion County, Oregon, at the School cent per annum payable semi-annu
House commonly known as the Mill ally. principal and interest payable
I City School in Mill City. Oregon for at the office of the County Treasurer
j an issue of bonds of said school dis- of Marion County, Oregon, or at the
i trict in the amount of Forty-four fiscal agency of the State of Oregon
Thousand and no-100 Dollars ($44,- in New York City, at the option of
HOURS: 10 A.M. to 7 P..M. Week Days
000 00), said bonds to be dated Octo the purchaser.
Said bonds were duly authorized at
ber 1, 1950, and to mature serially in
BERRY SEASON: 10 to 12 Noon Sunday
an election held on August 8, 1950.
numerical order as follows.
Bids must be accompanied by a
Numbers 1 to 4 inclusive each for
$1,000 00— $4,000 00 on October 1, certified check in the amount of Four
Thousand Four Hundred and no-100
“Enjoy Summer Freshness All Winter Lone”
Numbers 5 to 9 inclusive each for Dollars ($4,400.00)
The approving legal opinion of
$1,000 00 $5,000.00 on October 1,
Wrapping materials should be selected to keep the moisture
Winfree, McCulloch, Schuler and
Numbers 10 to 14 inclusive each for Sayre. Attorneys at Law, Spalding
in the food and the air out.
$1.000.00-$5.000,00 on October 1, Bldg.. Portland, Oregon will be fur
Check with your Locker Operator for the best
nished the successful bidder.
The Board reserves the right to re
Numbers 15 to 19 inclusive each for
and latest wrapping materials.
$1,000 OO $5,000,00 on October 1, ject any and all bids.
EDNA F. ROSS. Clerk
School District No. 129-J
Numbers 20 to 24 inclusive each for
Linn-Marion County, Ore.
$1,000 00 $5.000,00 on October 1.
Address: Mill City. Oregon.
Numbers 25 to 29 inclusive each for Publication dates:
August 17. 1950
$1,000 00 $5.000.00 on October 1,
August 24, 1950
August 31, 1950,
Numbers 30 to 34 inclusive each for
It Pays to Advertise in the Enterprise
Hill Top Lockers
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Now Ready for Use
HILL TOP LOCKERS
SPEAKS OUT AGAINST
OF ELECTRIC UTILITIES
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and then only.
By EVA BRESSLER
Mrs. Anna Nealon of Seattle visited
friends in Lyons one day last week.
She is an aunt of Mrs Robert Kramer
and is remembered here as Mrs. Pete
She left Lyons about 28
Mr and Mrs. Earl Leach of Mill
City have moved into the house re
cently vacated by the Lacey Callo
Mr. and Mrs. Donald Huber. Dennis
and Donna Lou attended a family
re-union held at the home of her par
ents. Mr. and Mrs. Eldon Mulkey, in
Mr. and Mrs. Christensen who have
been living at the Apple Tree Court,
have moved into the Claire Hum
Ronnie Johnson, youngest son of
Mr. and Mrs. Felix Johnson, has en
listed in the army air corps. He left
for Portland last Thursday.
Portland he will be shipped to his
Harley Scott, employee at the Er-
cille Wilson logging company, is suf
fering with a badly bruised back he
received when a tree top hit him. It
was rather a freak accident, the tree
top glancing from one tree to an
other before it struck him.
Burl Smith who is employed at
Gold Beach. Oregon, spent the week
end at his home here with his wife
and daughter Donna.
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Goodell, Jack
Jr., Richard and Mary visited Sunday
with Mrs. Goodell’s uncle and aunt
Mr. and Mrs. Lester Cline of Inde
Mrs. Arthur Olmstead received
word Monday morning of the death
of her brother Earl Binford. He was
injured at the Cullett saw mill near
Burnt Wood and died enroute to the
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Bass received
word that their son. Marine Pfc.
Wayne Bass had arrived in Korea,
August 3rd. Monday morning they
received a telegram stating that he
had been wounded in action Aug. 10.
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Stevens of
Sheridan, Wyoming, are visiting at
the home of his brother and wife,
Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Stevens.
Members of the WSCS held an all
day quilting at the community club
house Thursday. A no hostess pot
ling a week at the YMCA camp there.
A highlight of his stay at the camp
was an eighteen mile hike to Taylor’s
grove. Twenty-eight boys and three
’ leaders made the trip. Knowing the
country Durwood was able to be of
much assistance in guiding the boys.
Mrs. Beulah Clise has as her house
guest Mr. Clise’s mother of Ventura,
Spending the weekend at the home j
of Mr. and Mrs. Louie Roy was their
daughter and son-in-law Mr. and
Mrs. Fred Biggs and family and a
group of friends of Oysterville, Wash.
Mrs. Roberta Longnecker has re- j
ceived word that her brothers John
and Allen Payton who are in the
navy are enroute to Japan. John
was a former resident of Elkhorn.
At the Mehama Farmers Union
meeting Friday evening several sub-
I jects of local interest were discussed.
Among them was the new proposed
Stayton hospital of which almost
every one seemed to be in favor. A
very enjoyable social hour was spent
and refreshments were served by Mrs.
Chet Blum. Mrs Steve Dark and Mrs
Mrs. Bill Bickett, Treva and Alice
Fay spent the day Sunday at the
j home of Mrs. Velma Emerson in Mill
Mr. and Mrs. Bud Coleman of Mil
waukee spent the weekend at their
cabin on the Little North Fork
Bill Bickett hauled a load of cattle
to the Portland market this week for
Ken Randall. He was accompanied
by his daughters Jackie and Phyllis.
S—THE MILI 4 TTY ENTERPRISE
August 17, 1950
luck dinner was served at the noon
hour. Extra quilting was done by
some of the members Monday after
Mrs Orlin Elwood, Riley, Eddie
and Delcia spent several days visiting
relatiVM in Portland anil Vancouver.
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Carr, Gloria,
Kathryn and Nadine are spending
a few days at the c«at.
The Lacey Calloway family moved
Sunday to Newberg.
was badly injured at the Detroit dam
is still in the hospital in Salem.
Mrs Paul Pennington and infant
«laughter were brought home Thurs
day evening from the Memorial hos
pital. Her mother Mrs. Sid Gruggett
of Newport is here caring for her
and the new baby.
Dick Brown. Mr. and Mis. Harvey
Kanoff of Lyons and Mr. and Mrs.
Elton Brown of Mehama went to
Redmond Saturday where they at
tended funeral services for Mrs.
Clara Brown who passed away at the
home of her son Stanley Brown in
Salem. The Browns lived here for
many years. Mrs. Brown was secre
tary of Faith Rebekah lodge for 20
Don’t forget the annual Harvest
Festival and bazaar sponsored by the
Altar society of the St. Patrick Cath
olic church, to he held at the Santiam
Valley Grange hall Sunday, August
20. at 11:30 a m
Mrs. Alice Huber attended the Mc
Donald re-union held near Jordan
Friends and relatives have received
word that open house will be held at
the W. R. Surry home in Lebanon
Sunday. August 20, honoring Mr.
Surry on his 90th birthday.
Surrys are well known in this vicinity
having lived many years on a farm
in Fox Valley. All those wishing to
attend are welcome.
IDANHA TO OIL STREETS
State gas tax apportioned to the
newly incorporated town of Idanha
had been started and it was voted
at the city council meeting Tuesday
night to oil and rock all streets
within the city limits.
C. E. ‘Pink’ Mason, Prop.
AUTO STORAGE BATTERIES
rials. Work done promptly ...
and guaranteed. 1-et us giva
yon a free estimate.
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Just a slight side pressure releases the sash.
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