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About The Mill City enterprise. (Mill City, Or.) 1949-1998 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 21, 1950)
Wants and Sales
FOR SALE — Trailer house stove,
- ’s Hill -
white gas $13
FOR SALE — Particolored registered
cocker spaniel pups. See "Santiam
Sam” Steffy, Mill City.
$25.00 REWARD For anyone find-1
ing wedding ring lost within the!
last three months. Call the Enter
LOST Male Collie dog. answers to
name of “Sunny Boy”. Return to
owner, Mrs. Pat Kerr, Lyons, for
FOR RENT Sleeping room, close in.
WANTED — Your offer for this lot
E D. Cooke, 2 blocks west high
50x100, lights and water available.
Best offer takes.
board motor $79.50; Maytag Pro
FOR SALE Seven acres, tillable, on j pane gas range $225.00. Stajrton
highway, good building site, 2% mi
Hardware & Furniture Co , Stayton,
east of Lyons.
See Mrs. Floyd
Bassett, Lyons or Wallace Bevier,
38tf FOR RENT — Three 2-room apart
ments, unfurnished, hot and cold
WANTED — General office work,
water, $35 per month. Mrs. F. L.
qualified typist, bookkeeper, and
Noble at Detroit Market.
cashier. References. Clara Morgan,
phone 2524, Lyons.
3fl-3p FOR SALE —Bunk beds, $7.50 per
pair. Red’s Hill Top Trading Post.
WE REBUILD Furniture like new.
Call 21F71 for free estimate. Stay
ton Upholstering, Rt 1, Box 177A,
service, 20 years experience, all
W. Washington, Stayton, Ore. 28tf
makes. Guaranteed service.
FOR SALE — 4-bedroom house, in
Stiffler's Radio and Appliance. 3tf
quire at Enterprise.
TYPEWRITERS AND ADDING Ma
FOR SALE—Refrigerator, Norge, 6
chines. We sell, rent, repair and
cu. ft., good and clean $49. Red's
swap all makes. Trade your old
Hill Top Trading Post.
machine towards a new one. ROEN.
456 Court St., Salem.
FOR SALE — Three choice building
lots in Swift’s addition, water, elec $50.00 PER THOUSAND truck scale
tricity available, level ground. W.
lid for 24 ft. to 40 ft. small Doug
las Fir logs suitable for piling. High
prices paid for barkie poles and
WANTED — Carpenter work, new,
piling. Call Albany 1287 or write
repair, and remodeling.
Standard Pole * Piling Co. for price
Cooke, two blocks west high school.
GOING HUNTING —New and used
FOR SALE Woodrow washing ma
tents and tarps, all sizes at Red’s
chine, good condition $15.00.
Hill Top Trading Post.
D. Hoeye, northwest of high school.
36-3p WE WILL BUY Blackberries until
Saturday night, Sept. 23, at 8c per
FOR SALE — White enamel wood
lb. Crates and hallocks available.
range, good condition $30.00. W. L.
Red’s Hill Top Trading Post. 38tf
Peterson, Swift addition.
FOR SALE — Late model Dexter FOR SALE—One wood range, very
good condition $25.00. One silent
washer $65.00; Columbia bicycle 26
Sioux oil heater $20.00 Call 1814,
inch $18.00 E. D. Cooke.
FOR SALE Colt .45 automatic with
.22 conversion unit, side and shoul
der holster all for $75.00; Luger TWO BEDROOM modern house, large
9 mm. with holster $45.00; .410 shot
gun $25 00; single barrel 12 gauge
$10.00. See Dick Paynter evenings NEW 2-BEDROOM house that has
FHA commitment, $6,500 00, well
and Sundays, first trailer on left
Martin Trailer Court.
SMALL, NEW business building for
FOR SALE — 1942 Ford sedan new
rent or sale.
motor, tires, heater.
mechanically. Needs paint. Reas
C. E. COVILLE REAL ESTATE
onable. R. A Long. Gates Trailer
Mill City, Oregon
For Guaranteed Cleaning
at Newport and motored down the Mrs. Albert Toman Jr. of Mill City
looked after the Stevens property
while they were away
Mrs. Catheryn Lyons returned to
Mr. and Mrs. Vern Toland of Cor
By EVA BRESSLER
vallis, their daughters Mrs. Ray Lane
after a summer trip to Europe. Mrs.
The first fall meeting of the home Lyons who teaches in the Mill City and daughter Penny of San Francisco
extension unit was held at the com grade school has many interesting and Mrs. David Barclay of Monroe
munity club house Friday afternoon. | things to tell of her trip. She made visited at the Oral Toland home Sun-
This was called their "rally meeting” | the trip to Europe by plane and day. Mr. Toland is a cousin of Oral
and Mrs. Orville Downing, president visited her two sisters in Germany, Toland.
was in charge. Mrs. Glen Julian gave | who she had not seen since she was
a very good report on the A. W. W. very young. She then joined a group
Mill City Lodge No. 144,
convention. The next meeting will of 33 membeis from Oregon colleges
I.O.O.F. meets every Friday
FOR SALE- Baby crib $4 95. baby be held the third Friday in October
night. Visiting brothers welcome.
Red’s Hill Top Mrs. Paul Johnston outlined the pro at Amsterdam and continued her
38tf gram for the year, present were tour with them. The group returned
I to Montreal, Canada, by plane from
FOR SALE — 6 ft. Maytag Freezer Mesdames Willard Hartnell, Clinton Prestwick, Scotland and on home by
>189.00. Stayton Hardware & Fur Hubbard, Glen Julian, Otto Weidman, train.
niture Co., Stayton, Ore.
25tf Hugh Johnston, Orville Downing.
Mr. Thomas Eichhorn returned to j
Paul Johnston, Earl Thayer, Ivan
FOR SALE- Two year old beef. All
his home in Portland after doing j
or part. See Glen or Marie Urban.
relief work at the Southern Pacific
Route 1, Lyons.
38-lp Cleve O’Neil, Ralph Jensen, and Wil i depot during the absence of Ken I
Bosanko who took a two week’s va-
LIST YOUR homes and farms with
C, E. ‘Pink’ Mason, Prop.
Mrs. Bob Free was hostess for the 1 cation, Bosanko visited relatives :n |
me. Have cash buyers. Mill City,
Idaho also er joyed a trip to Lake
Gates, Detroit, Lyons.
3tf her home Thursday evening Plans Louise in Canada.
AUTO STORAGE BATTERIES
Reid, Real Estate.
were discussed for a study club for
The Santiam Valley Grange is
A GOOD SELECTION of linoleum the winter months, and helpers listed
yardage, 6 and 9 ft widths, 69c per to help with the Jordan bazaar which j ready for the annual Harvest Festi- *
sq. yard. Dave Epps Furniture Co, will be held Sunday, Sept. 24. Present ' val which will be held at the hall I
FOR SALE — 1946 Spartan Manor were Rose Schwindt, Ida Free, Ber ics club will serve chicken dinner
trailer house, 27-foot, butane gas nice Bridges, Lorraine Free. Mary during the afternoon and evening.!
heat or oil, electric brakes, ice box, Fink, Martha Jungwirth, Frances
Schneider and the Plans were also completed at the club
sleeps four, Packard Bell radio- Mullins, Father
meeting held Tuesday afternoon for j
phonograph combination and rec hostess Mrs. Free.
the fancy work and apron sale. Mrs. I
Can be seen across from
A Friendly Place
The regular meeting of Faith Re Albert Julian was in charge of the
Valley Yards in Lebanon. Vernon
Morford. Grant R 3, Box A, Le
meeting. Mrs. Jake Myers was ap
To While Away
36-3p Wednesday evening with 17 members pointed chairman of the dinner com
present, and Blanche Wagner, noble mittee. Others present at the meer-
SAVE HALF or more on toilet sinks grand, presiding over the meeting,
Your Idle Hours
ing were Mrs. Blance Giles Wagner,
Red’s Hill Top
38tf with reports of various committees Mrs. Elmer Taylor, Mrs. Ed Taylor,
heard, and several members reported Mrs. May Patton, and Mrs. Floyd
FOR RENT—Why take the long bus on the sick list. At the social hour Bassett.
ride from Salem when you can get dainty refreshments were served by
Miss Sheila Baltzer who is em
rooms in Mill City for 75 cents a Carmen McDonald and Frances Mc
clean, comfortable Carley. The committee for the next ployed in Salem visited over the
weekend with her parents Mr. and I
at Stewart’s Grocery or Enterprise meeting Sept. 27 will be Alice Huber, Mrs. Arthur Baltzer in Lyons.
36-3p Lois Myers, Frances Randall, and
Mr .and Mrs. W. R. Stevens visited
They will entertain
FOR RENT — One bedroom cabins, with a hobo party each member is to at the home of relatives in Seattle
over the weekend.
two sizes. Deerhorn Motel, phone come dressed in their house dress.
mother Mrs. Zander who has been
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Allen were staying with her daughter in Seattle |
BABY SITTING by the day or hour Thursday afternoon shoppers in Sa returned home with them. Mr. and
in my home, Mrs. Beauford Flat lem, they were evening dinner guests
man, P.O. Box 311 or house at end at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Fred &
of NW. Alder St.
FOR SALE—All or part. New 3-room
Huckleberry picking seemed t® fur
cabin on creek near Idanha, com nish the entertainment over the
plete bath, kitchen plumbing, pro weekend to Lyons residents, however
pane range and hot water tank, the trip was all they could boast
BYRON DAVIS, Prop.
automatic water pump unit. Write about as the berries are very scarce
Mr. M, % Enterprise, Box 348, Mill
“At the Bottom of the Hill”
38-3 this year. They are reported more
plentiful at Elk lake than Monument i
WHY PAY RENT? Buy income prop Peak.
The Jungwirth party who |
erty. New duplex for sale. W. L. went into Elk lake came home with
Peterson, Swift’s addition.
20tf cans well filled.
Mr. and Mrs. Loreen Chamberlain
for couple in Mill City. See or call had as their guests their daughter-in-
Mrs. J. H Johnston, Lyons. 38-1 law Mrs. Charles Wright and children
WANTED TO BUY — 5 h p. electric of Centralia, Wash. They returned
motor, single phase. Tony Mora-I to their home Saturday night.
Mr. Leonard Goodman who is em
SERVING THE CANYON AREA
vec, Route 1, Stayton, Phone 14F83
38-3p ployed at the Freres-Frank lumber
mill suffered an eye Injury last week
FOR RENT Apartment, block from when he was struck by a piece of
City and Stayton
town, one bedroom, stoves and re bark. He was taken to a Salem hos
Laundry and Dry Cleaning—
frigerator furnished. Phone 2652
Ken Golliet. Mehama; Mt. Jeff Cafe, Idanha
38 tf pital where they are trying to save
the sight of the eye.
Dry Cleaning Santiam Self-Service Laundry, Detroit
House guests at the home of Mr.
163 South High
and Mrs. Virgil Rogers on McCulley
mountain are Mrs Jane Bigamy and (
her daughter and son-in-law Mr. and
Mrs. Frank Keith of Great Falls.
Mont. They were former friends of
Rogers who recently came here from
Montana. They have purchased the I
Forrest Nvdigger farm.
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Hayward and !
daughter Miss Patricia Hayward of |
THAT BUILDING NOW
Portland were weekend guests at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. John McClurg.
Mrs. Ora Toland spent last week
in Harrisburg where she visited Mr.
and Mrs. Hugh Gavette and family,
AN AMPLE STOCK OF ROOFING
Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Gavette and
AVAILABLE AT ALL TIMES.
family and Mr. and Mrs. Earl Wagner
and son Gene She returned home
COMPOSITION, ALUMINUM OR STEEL
Mr and Mrs. Orville Downing
visited Sunday at the home of Mr.
Downing's sister Mr. and Mrs. Fred
Mitchell in Salem.
Mr. and Mrs Bob Carleton and
little son Larry spent the weekend
at the coast. They stayed over night
September 21. 1950 WANTED — Sawmill logs, short or
long length at your place or de
livered to mill, 3*4 miles east of
Stayton. Also want to buy timber
large or small amount.
Roberts Lumber Co., Aumsville,
FOR RENT — 3-bedroom house, hot
an(j cold water, bath, laundry tubs, PLEASE LIST all available rooms,
room and board, houses and apts.
partially furnished. Also have some
Write, telephone or visit Personnel
sleeping rooms, and board.
Dept. 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Consolidated
Mrs. G. O. Hutchinson, old Slater
Builders, Inc., Detroit Dam.
One Mill Knot of Detroit
MILL CITY TAVERN
Repair or Re-Roof
(io««*® nt fl P.M.
Before the Fall Rains Come
GENERAL AUTO and
Arc and Acetylene
FAMILY STYLE MEALS
Ender New Management
SANTIAM FARMERS CO-OP
Garbage, ashes, trimmings, etc.
weekly pickups $1 per month.
Also light hauling.
HOWARD CORSET SHOP
Special Attention Given to Fittings
Hosiery I In gerie- Dreaaea- Smocks
131 High St
General Dry (roods
MIKE’S Septic Service :
Kept I < Tank« and Sewers I leaned •
Pkooe BALBM 3 9498, COLLECT ♦
197» Elm 8$.. W Salem
2nd X Broadway
Hour«: 10 to 7
FIAHUST ami NURSERY
• NEW STOCK
FLOWERING \ND SHADE TREES
SHRUBS AND BULBS
Silk and Wool Scarfs
319 W. Wa«h. St.
Now shade« in Nylon«
( urttaln Material —’ Ticking
III ‘iidricsons Sion
In the Dawes Bldg.
GOODE'S FLOWER SHOP
Pitone Blue 94 R
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C. E. Covi I le
Canx ron Garage
SHEI I OIL PRODUCTS
T. < ROYAL TIRES
P. K. Fry, Mgr.
Modera Fonemi Service
Wul Side Mill (My
IJ STINGS WANTED
DOORS and WINDOWS
FI ITI RING NEW I.OW PRICES ON MONTEN—
THE PAINT WITH THE SAND FINISH
KELLY LUMBER SALES
RUSSELL KELLY, Manager