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About The Mill City enterprise. (Mill City, Or.) 1949-1998 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 25, 1951)
7—THE MILL CITY ENTERPRISE____________________ January 25, 1851
Wants and Sales
FOR SALE —1939 Chevrolet panel,
good condition, one corner bent,
$125.00, will trade. Bruce's Rich-
field Station, Mill City.
FOR SALE—.38 Colt automatic pistol
good condition. Kit Richards, Mill
WE BUY' fir pitch 75c per gallon.
See us for containers. Also sell us
your used burlap bags, old batteries
and car radiators. Red’s Hill Top
EXPERT AUTO and home radio
service, 20 years experience, all
makes. Guaranteed service.
Stiffler's Radio and Appliance. 3tf
UNUSUAL BARGAINS—Good clean
oil range, excellent condition, white
Top Trading Post.
FOR RENT — Batchelor’s apt., fur
nished, twin beds, ideal for two
men. Winter rates, on other mod
ern cabins also. Phone 114, Lyons
PLEASE LIST all available rooms,
room and board, houses and apts.
Write, telephone or visit Personnel
Dept. 10 a m. to 3 p m. Consolidated
Builders, Inc., Detroit Dam.
FOR SALE — Trash burner, good
LOST — Saturday theatre matinee
shape, also about 250 used red brick
' child’s fur-trimmed brown helmet
and a few fire brick. R. S. Corbin,
I to matching suit. It will be appre
first house west of city garage. 4-3p
ciated if finder will return it to
the theatre. Mrs. Clyde T. Wells. FOR RENT 4-room apartment, that
is completely furnished. Furnish
ings include electric stove, refriger
BARGAIN PRICES — Tarps, new,
ator, and oil heater. Frank Rada,
waterproof, selection of sizes. Red’s
Hill Top Trading Post.
SALE—Walco trailer, '50 model,
WANTED'TO BUY—Unpeeled Doug- FOR
30-foot, bunk beds and one full bed
las fir poles, delivered to LyonsI room, bath, refrigerator, complete
yard. For further information call
ly modern, awning, dolly. Will take
or W'rite Allen Goold, 1424 Filbert ’ low down-payment. Santiam Trailer
Ave., Lebanon, phone 5745, Puget I Court, Gates, Nathan Bond.
Timber Co. of Oregon.
FOR SALE—Woods radiant heat, gas
WE HAVE GALVANIZED WATER| burning brooder. 500 chix size, like
Pipe — all sizes. Red's Hill Top, new. N. L. Pennick, 3 miles east
4tf, of Gates, south of river.
FOR SALE—3-bedroom house located FOUND—Set of three car keys on
in Lyons, oil heat, hot and cold I chain with elephant. Call at Dicks
water, large wood shed.
Shoe Service, identify and pay for
furnished, price $2.600 cash for
G. Paul Johnston,
FOR SALE—Four 455-5.00x19 tires,1
See Paul’s Service, [
Mill City, formerly Cy’s Service.
H. F. HINCH. Prop.
FOR SALE — 4-bedroom house, in
quire at Enterprise.
FOR SALE or RENT—8-room, 4-bed-
room house, modern, 70 acres land,
Lazy Maple ranch, near King’s
miles west of
Mill City on highway 222. See or
write Bert Karr, route 1, box 75,
Lyons, phone 254.
3-3p WANTED—Tree surgery work, top
ping, trimming and removal. Free
$50.00 PER THOUSAND truck scale
estimates. Wilmer Werth, % S P
paid for 24 ft. to 40 ft. small Doug
Depot, Mill City.
las Fir logs suitable for piling. High
prices paid for barkie poles and
and see the new Lech combination
piling. Call Albany 1287 or write
desk or wall phone, also used
Standard Pole & Piling Co. for price
phones from $10.00 up. Telephone
and Hearing Aid batteries stocked. I
Stiffler’s Radio & Appliance. 39tf
WANTED TO RENT —2 bedroom,
modern house. Ralph Nibler Chev
RENT — Three 2-room apart
ron Service Station.
ments, unfurnished, hot and cold
water, $35 per month. Mrs. F. L.
VENETIAN BLINDS—Custom made,
Noble at Detroit Market.
all colors. Free estimate. Freres
Building Supply; Mill City. Phone
Bl-6 FOR SALE—Oats and vetch hay and
straw. Etzel Bros., Route 1, Box I
LIST YOUR homes and farms with
234, Stayton, phone 14-F-71.
me. Have cash buyers. Mill City,
Gates. Detroit. Lyons.
adise addition, 96x100 with a 2-room I
Reid, Real Estate.
house. Will take trailer house in
trade. See Byron Bates, or phone
FOR RENT — Warm comfortable
1443, Mill City.
rooms. Can accommodate all shifts.
Mill City Lodge, phone 1957.
WANTED TO BUY—Buzz saw, com
FOR SALE —Factory built trailer. pletely equipped, contact David Cro-
shaw at Niagara or “Chuck’s” Tav
22-ft., with full bed, completely fur
nished, $950.00. Fir Grove Trailer
FOR SALE—Spin-dry washing ma
chine, rebuilt, Lester LaMunyan,
SEE ME FOR GOOD Real Estate
at Knowles Body & Fender Shop.
buys in Canyon area.
wanted. C. E. COVILLE, Broker,
West side Mill City. Phone 2207. TYPEWRITERS AND ADDING Ma
chines. We sell, rent, repair and
swap all makes. Trade your old
machine towards a new one. ROEN,
456 Court St., Salem.
ELECTRIC WATER PUMP — Fair
banks-Morse, with tank and good
motor, a bargain at $49.00. Red’s
Oak Table and Chairs
Hill Top Trading Post.
Wood Range ..............
FOR SALE—3-room house with mod-
Trash Burner .................. 25.00
ermn bath (Penbrook tub), garage,
chicken house and wood shed. Three
BURNETT L. COLE
blocks from phone company. Reas
onable, low down payment, and easy
Santiain War Surplus
terms. Harold A. Kempe, Box 542,
VIV’S Steak House
Chuck Faylor and Sam Engle
HAVE A BETTER KITCHEN
I SANTIAM TAVERN !
3 Miles East Stayton
(laude lewis' Service Station
» A FRIENDLY PLACE TO STOPS
Business - Directory - Professional
ll m. C- t'cullck jr.,
HEWITT, ESTEP & SORENSEN
Physician and Surgeon
Attorneys at Law
■ PHYSICIAN & SURGEON |
Attorney at Law
1 1). W. REID. Ml). |
HARLOW L. WEINRICK
2nd A Broadway
Hours: 10 to 7
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SHELL on. PRODUCTS
U. S. ROYAL TIRES
P. E. Fry, Mgr. J
GOODE’S FLOWER SHOP
Phone Blue 64B
By C. WILSON HARDER
This week before Christmas a
new cynicism prevails in Wash
For many a homemaker the kitch
en serves as much more than the
room in which she prepares meals
and does the clean-up job after
wards. Frequently it serves as her
“office.” Here she keeps the fam
ily's budget, writes checks to cover
the household bills, copies and files
recipes that look enticing—and helps
the children with their homework.
Sometimes the modem kitchen is
criticized because it doesn’t allow
for such “extra curricular” chores.
But there’s no reason why modern
steel kitchen equipment can't be ar
ranged to provide the comfortable
and efficient facilities for this part
of the homemaker's work.
Take a look at the arrangement
illustrated below and suggested by
the Youngstown Kitchens Planning
The current remark:“No Santa
Claus? Haven't you seen the pres
ent government at work?"
No one argues need for defense
money. Crosses on graves in Ko
rea overshadowing many Amer
ican homes this Yuletide prove
So far. American “toughness"
has been only getting tough with
American small businessmen
copper in Canada, Cuba, Chile
and Bolivia for shipment to Ger
many. France and Italy.
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It's also Merry Christmas in
the Republic of Ireland, a coun
try always neutral while Amer
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Marshall Plan dollars, taken in
a large part from the nation's 4,-
000.000 small business firms, have
sent another $453.000 worth of
tobacco to Ireland.
* * •
In fact, on a recent day, an
ECA press release deemed it out
standing news that no money was
given away that day.
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To many others the gay. feck
The official press release states
less Santa Clauses of Washing- .
ton have been very generous in- | "No new purchase approvals to
Western Europe were announced
For example, Santa Claus
Stuart Symington. Chairman of
the National Security Resources
Board, just arranged a tine pres
ent (or Jones and l.aughlin, a
powerful steel corporation. Be
cause the corporation agreed to
expand its production a special
tax plan is approved for it.
today by the ECA." But to avoid
any suspicion there is laxity in
showering American tax dollars
around, the report further states
"The cumulative Marshall Plan
figure now is $10,421.594.000.”
The American Santa Claus so
aroused the emotions of young
sters in Udine. Italy, so the ECA
reisirts, that they have sent as a
No provision of similar nature gift of appreciation to the zoos
is made for a small metal fabri- J in the Bronx and Chicago each
eating plant that needs a new i one donkey. * • *
Observers are wondering what
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symbolism was attached to send
And during the five years of
peace, steel supply was so short
that these fabricators often had
to pay “gray market" prices for
steel to keep operating.
ing Santa Claus Uncle Sam the
gift of a donkey. There's room
But American taxpayers will
look in vain on Christmas morn
ing for the big gift.
Because of government restric
tions on the use of copper and ,
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aluminum, many independent
That would be a sweeping slash
businessmen look into 1951 with I in non-essential spending of taxes
to offset increased defense costs.
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Seemingly, politics must go on
Yet, the ECA announces Mar as usual, even though It was not
shall Plan dollars have bought in possible for life to go on as usual
Canada $711,000 worth of alumi for the thousands of brave Amer
num for shipment to Austria and icans in Korea who will never
Sweden. In addition, I2.02I.4M again be present around the fam
Marshall Plan dollars bought \ ily Christmas tree.
©National Faderallon ot Indepandcnt Bualneaa
Where Friends Meet
On Highway 222, Linn County Side
Quality job printing at the Enter
IT PAYS TO ADVERTISE
in THE ENTERPRISE
J. W. GOIN
By MRS ALBERT MILLSAP
Among those from Gates attend
ing the Etzel-Devine nuptials in Sub
limity, Saturday morning, were Mr.
and Mrs. Hollis Turnidge, Mrs. Floyd
Völkel. Mrs. Martha Bowes, Mrs.
Blanch Dean, Mrs. Harry Keiser, Mrs.
William Pennick, Mr. and Mrs. Bob
Kelle, Mrs. N L. Pennick, Mrs. Henry
Eccleston, Mrs. Frank Norvock, Mr.
and Mrs. Clyde Oliver and daughter
Jean, Mrs. William Oliver, Mrs. Wil
liam Shepherd. Mrs. Burrel Cole and
Over Sunday guests at the home
of Mrs. Wilma Carey, were her son
and family, Mr. and Mrs, Eugene
Carey and daughter, of Portland.
Mrs. Gilbert Weathers was hostess
at her home for a Stanley party last
served to Mrs. George Stafford, Mrs.
Tilman Rains, Mrs. Marvin Stafford,
Mrs. Clarence Ball, Mrs. Charles Geib-
ler, Mrs. William Grimes, Mrs. Joe
Schaffer, Mrs. June Weathers, Mrs.
Bertha Tainter and the hostess Mrs.
Louise Haun, 12, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Cecil Haun was taken to
Portland the last of the week where
she will be hospitalized at Doern-
becker hospital for some time. The
child has been ill since October with
rheumatic fever and is bedfast. Louise
has to remain very still and her only
pastime is reading. She looks for
ward eagerly for the mailman each
day and devours animal stories. She
would appreciate letters or books
from her friends.
Jimmy Carey, son of Mrs. Velma
Carey was painfully injured while
playing basket ball on the high school
team, in the game between Gates and
Jefferson last week. He sustained
a badly bruised chest, when he colli
ded with a member of the opposing
team, a nasty kick on his shin and a
sprained ankle when some one stepped
on him. He was taken to a doctor
following the game, who found only
bruises, no broken bones.
Guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Joe Joaquin the past week were Mr.
and Mrs. Robert Cooper, Mr. and Mrs.
Charles Cooper, all from Ashland and
and Mrs. George Sorter of Lakeview,
who were all called here by the serious
illness of their father, Elmer Cooper.
Mrs. Lula Collins spent two days
this week in Lyons at the home of
her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and
Mrs. C. Rosheim.
Ernest Keith Kadine, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Ed. Kadine was inducted in
the service January 16. He was sent
to Fort Lewis where he was to be for
five days before being sent to a camp
to receive his basic training.
Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Kaylor of
Mollala were recent guests at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. Burrel Cole.
George ‘Sparky’ Dltter
TRICKS and PUZZLES
TOYS and DOLLS
H. O. Model Railroading
Toy & Hobby Shop
163 N. Commercial
— Uae Our Mail Order Service
DAVID M. REID
General Dry Goods
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MIKE'S Septic Service i
Septic Tanks and Sewers Cleaned •
Here a standard base cabinet top
is hung between two standard steel
base cabinets at a level 30 to 31
inches above the floor. It is firmly
supported on a wood strip secured
to the wall and by bolts secured to
the side panels of the cabinets.
This forms an ideal kitchen desk,
with drawer space handy in tlje ad
jacent cabinets. The top is smooth,
making an ideal writing surface,
and is easily kept clean.
• Phone SALEM 3 9468, COLLECT •
1079 Elm St.. W. Salem
Modern Funeral Service
FLORIST and NURSERY
FLOWERING AND SHADE TREES
SHRUBS AND BULBS
319 W. Wash. St.
We’re ready to help you with your plans for
remodeling your home...and we can supply all the
lumber and other building materials needed to
make yours a home that's truly up-to-date.
• NEW STOCK
Lace and Rayon Table Cloth — Book«
Bed Spreads — Silk Head Scarfs
Cotton Blankets — Printed Flannels
la the Dawe« BMg.
Garbage, ashes, trimmings, etc.
weekly pickups $1.50 per month.
Also light hauling.
Call Mill City
FRERES BUILDING SUPPLY