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About The Mill City enterprise. (Mill City, Or.) 1949-1998 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 19, 1950)
October 19, 1950
»—THE MILL CITY ENTERPRISE
Wants and Sales
FOR SALE — Cocker puppies, two
females, two males. Telephone 951
Lyons. Art Olmstead.
FOR SALE — Trailer house stove,
white gas $13.95. Red's Hill Top
FOR SALE - Particolored registered
Cocker spaniel pups. See “Santiam
6am" Steffy, Mill City.
FOR SALE—Bargains in oil circulat
ing heaters. Red’s Hill Top Trad
WE REBUILD Furniture like new.
Call 21F71 for free estimate. Stay
ton Upholstering, Rt 1, Box 177A,
W. Washington, Stayton, Ore. 28tf
FOR SALE — 4-bedroom house, in
quire at Enterprise.
FOR SALE—5 acres, a large unfin
ished pomice stone house, double
pomice garage, livable, 23-foot well,
reasonable priced, half down and
terms. See J. O. Herron, Route 1,
I. ■ - i . Ore.
FOR SALE — New Junior DeLaval
Cream Separator No. 4, electric
model $75.00. Mrs. Floyd Bassett,
Lyons, Ore., Phone 116.
FOR RENT — Three 2-room apart
ments, unfurnished, hot and cold
water, $35 per month. Mrs. F. L.
Noble at Detroit Market.
EXPERT AUTO and home radio
service, 20 years experience, all
makes. Guaranteed service.
8tiff!er’s Radio and Appliance. 3tf
BARGAINS—In some good used calk
shoes, sizes 6*/z to 9. Red’s Hill
FOR SALE — Four-poster bed and
Top Trading Post.
coil springs. E. D. Cooke.
$50.00 PER THOUSAND truck scale
FOR SALE — Oil stove in excellent
paid for 24 ft. to 40 ft. small Doug
condition. Evan Yates at Martin’s
las Fir logs suitable for piling. High
Trailer Court in Spartan Manor, prices paid for barkie poles and
north of washhouse,
piling. Call Albany 1287 or write
nings and Sundays.
Standard Pole A Piling Co. for price
FOR SALE—Hot water tanks, 30-gal.
galvanized, $7.50 guaranteed. Red’s GOING HUNTING —New and used
Hill Top Trading Post.
40tf tents and tarps, all sizes at Red's I
Hill Top Trading Post.
FOR SALE — White enamel wood
range, good condition $30.00. W. L. LIST YOUR homes and farms with
Peterson, Swift addition.
35 me. Have cash buyers. Mill City,
NEED A TELEPHONE? — Stop in Gates. Detroit, Lyons.
Reid, Real Estate.
and see the new Lech combination
desk or wall phone, also used A GOOD SELECTION of linoleum
phones from $10.00 up. Telephone yardage, 6 and 9 ft. widths, 69c per
and Hearing Aid batteries stocked.
sq. yard. Dave Epps Furniture Co.
Stiffler’s Radio & Appliance. 39tf
SAVE HALF or more on toilet sinks!
FOR SALE—Used washing machines and washbowls.
Red's Hill Top
reconditioned and guaranteed. Ex Trading Post.
pert repairs on all makes of wash
ers. Jenkins Hardware, Mill City. FOR SALE—One bay logging mare,
1600 lbs,, 10 yr. old; also hop posts
for sale. Sol W. Tucker, Idanha,
FOR SALE Seven acres, tillable, on
highway, good building site, 2>£ mi.
east of Lyons.
See Mrs. Floyd FOR SALE—1941 5-pass. Ford coupe.
Bassett, Lyons or Wallace Bevier,
C. H. Ferguson, Box 745, Mill City.
NOTIOB TO CREDITORS
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned has been appointed
administratix of the estate of CARL
FREDERICK SUNDBERG, deceased.
All persons having claims against
said estate hereby are required to
present them with proper vouchers
within six months from the date here
of to me at the office of my attorney,
Harlow L. Weinrick, Albany, Oregon.
Dated: October 5th, 1950.
ANNA K. JENKINS,
Harlow L. Weinrick
Attorney for Administratrix.
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One Mill East of Detroit
JEWEL MYERS, Mgr.
C. E. ’Pink' Mason, Prop.
AUTO STORAGE BATTERIES
TYPEWRITERS AND ADDING Ma PLEASE LIST all available rooms,
chines. We sell, rent, repair and
room and board, houses and apts.
swap all makes. *Trade your old
Write, telephone or visit Personnel
machine towards a new one. ROEN,
Dept. 10 a m. to 3 p.m. Consolidated
456 Court St., Salem.
Builders, Inc., Detroit Dam.
WE BUY fir pitch 75c per gallon. FOR SALE-Rain coats 50c. Red’s
See us for container«. Also sell us
Hill Top Trading Post.
your used burlap bags. Red's Hill
Top Trading PoBt.
FOR RENT Furnished apartment,
modern. E. D. Cooke, 2 blocks west
J. W. GOIN
FOR SALE or TRADE —For late
model pickup, 23-foot Alma trailer
house in very good condition, new
Coleman cook stove, Duratherm oil
heater, inlaid linoleum, sleeps four.
Archie Mattoon, Box 2, Detroit,
FOR RENT Apartment, block from
town, one bedroom, stoves and re
frigerator furnished. Phone 2652.
< laude lewis' Service Station
A Friendly Place
To While Away
Your Idle Hours
GENERAL AUTO and
Arc and Acetylene
FAMILY STYI.E MEARS
Under New Management
HEWITT, ESTEP & SORENSEN
Attorneys at lau»
I) WIDM, REID
Physician and Surgeon
Special Attention Given to Fittings
H< miery-I.In gerle- Drrases Smocks
131 High St.
MIKE S Septic Service :
SHELL OH. PRODUCTS
U. S. ROYAL TIRES
Garbage, ashes. trimmings.
2nd A Broadway
weekly pickups JI per month
Hours: 10 to 7
Also light hauling.
J * «Kinard Herman
Hrndricson s Stori
In th#« Ihiwpi Rl<!g.
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Modem Funeral Service
BYRON DAVIS, Prop.
“At the Bottom of the Hill”
SERVING THE CANYON AREA
Laundry—Nu-Method, Mill City and Stayton
Laundry and Dry Cleaning—
Ken Golliet, Mehama; ML Jeff Cafe, Idanha
Dry Cleaning—Santiam Self-Service Laundry, Detroit
163 South High
Chuck & Bruce’s
Under New Management
Complete 7 ire Service
Flat 7 ires a Specialty
LOCATED IN MILL CITY ON HIGHWAY 222
Formerly Frank's Richfield Service
Angus Gibson of Junction City,
candidate for re-election to the state
I senate from Linn and I-ane counties
I visited in Mill City this week in the
interests of his campaign. Mr. Gib-
Ison in the Ford dealer in Junction
I City and was one of the flyers who
| attended the breakfast hop here this
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Indian Robes — Oil Cloth — Pillo»«
SIS W. Wash. St.
Septic Tanks and Sewer« Cleaned •
Orders taken for
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Phone SALEM 3 1MHM. 4XM.1.ECT ♦
1079 Elm St.. W. Salem
of . the
Santiam Willing Workers club met
Wednesday afternoon at the home of
Mrs. Lee Howland. The meeting at
the Canyon Aid room was postponed
till October 25, with Mrs. Jim Geibler
as hostess. The committee to inves
tigate the need of Christmas pack
ages found no need as yet. The host
ess served salad and cookies.
The Idanha city council voted Tues
day night to ask the hiway depart
ment to place a culvert the length
of the business area to insure better
drainage and more parking space.
It was also voted to enlarge the water
pipes on that street to obtain more
Freddie Storey cut a nasty gash in
the fleshy part of his thigh Thursday
night with his daddy’s pocket knife.
Ten stitches were required to close
the deep wound. He was treated by
The Detroit school board, consist-
ing of Earl Parker, Noyes Whitten
and Lloyd Girod, in their meeting
Monday night voted to give authority
to John Cannon, grade school prin
cipal and Mrs. Wm, Wert, school
cook, to hire an assistant cook for
the cafeteria. Mrs. Eva Tarpley of
I Detroit was hired on the half-time
| basis and began her duties Tuesday,
j The PTA membership contest got
underway the past week among the
school children. A party goes to the
room with the greatest percent of
Mrs. Jack Gulliford re-
| places Mrs. Richard Hansen as mem
j moved to the coast.
The school council officers were
| elected last week. Fred Davis is the
new president, Anna B. Carte, the
vice president; Lee Hopson, secre
tary; Edna Golden, treasurer, and
Tod Pantie, sgt. at arms.
The teachers work shop will be at
tended by the Detroit1 teachers Oct.
23 and 24 at the Salem senior high
John Cannon is program
chairman for one of the speakers.
State school administrators confer
ence in Salem was attended by Supt.
Otis White and Principal John Can
non Monday and Tuesday.
Mrs. John Ray, eighth grade teach
er of Detroit school, and her pupils
prepared, cooked and served a Span
ish dinner to 47 persons. The menu
consisted of Spanish Rice, a fruit
dish of grapes, oranges, dates and
figs and cocoa and coffee. Guests
were Mr. and Mrs. Otis White, Stan-
i ley Wipple, Mr. and Mrs. John Can
non, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Steele, Mr.
and Mrs. Orin Perkins, Mr. and Mrs.
Russell Hoyt, Mr. and Mrs. Nolan
Rasnick, Mrs. Lillian Leach, Mrs.
Claxton, Erving Underwood. John
Ray and the school board and their
wives, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Parker, Mr.
and Mrs. Noyes Whitten and Mr. and
Mrs. Lloyd Girod. Twenty-four 8th
graders were preesnt, about half of
those dressed in Spanish attire. The
cafeteria was decorated in fall leaves.
Guests invited but unable to at
tend were County Supt. Mrs. Booth,
Supervisors Mrs. Hoenig and Mrs.
This dinner was the climax of the
class study of the history of the early
Open house at the grade school is
being planned for the day before
election, November 6th. Mark your
calendar for that day and visit your
HOWARD CORSET SHOP
By REBA SNYDER
DOORS and WINDOWS
I » \ I RING XI W LOW PR1< ES ON MONTEA—
KELLY LUMBER SALES
RTSSELL KELLY. Manager