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About The Mill City enterprise. (Mill City, Or.) 1949-1998 | View Entire Issue (June 7, 1951)
June 7, 1951
7—THE MILL CITY ENTERPRISE
Wants and Sales
FOR SALE—Ford V-8 pick-up, very FOR SALE—'30 Model A pick-up in
good running condition, 16-in wheels
good motor and running gear, rough
and tires, $50.00.
body, $65. Jerry Coffman, at Ken
Mill City. Ore.
KODAK FILM DEVELOPED—Eight FOR .SALE—River front corner lot,
100x300, Riverview addition, one
picture roll developed and one print
each 35c. Two prints each 50c. | bedroom house partiallv finished.
Call 3407 or see Bill
Twelve or sixteen picture rolls, one
Stover, above Jenkins Hardware,
print each 50c. Reprints 4c each.
after 5 p.m.
Quality Picture Co., Box 4401B,
Portland, 8, Ore.
UNUSUAL BARGAIN’S—Good clean
oil range, excellent condition, white
FOR SALE—Tru-steer dolly, has 16-in
enameled, guaranteed. Red's Hill
wheels, good rubber, just the thing
Top Trading Post.
for large trailer. Fir Grove Trailer
Park. W. E. Krone.
WANTED TO BUY—Unpeeled Doug
las fir poles, delivered to Lyons
WE BUY fir pitch 75c per gallon.
yard. For further information call
See us for containers. Also sell us
or write Allen Goold, 1424 Filbert
your used burlap bags, old batteries
Ave., Lebanon, phone 5745, Puget
and car radiators. Red’s Hill Top
Timber Co. of Oregon.
WANTED — Experienced lady fry $50.00 PER THOUSAND truck scale
cook. See Martin Jepsen, Mill City, paid for 24 ft. to 40 ft. small Doug
las Fir logs suitable for piling. High
prices paid for barkie poles and
piling. Call Albany 1287 or write
FOR SALE — Hawthorne Bicycle,
Standard Pole A Piling Co. for price
good as new, men’s size.
Plambeck, Mill City.
SEE ME FOR GOOD Real Estate
buys in Canyon area.
wanted. C. E. COVILLE, Broker,
West side Mill City. Phone 2207.
FOR SALE—McCulloch Chain Saws,
all the latest models for immediate
delivery. Try us for prompt serv-
ten. Open evenings. Lyons Saw
Shop. Phone 2871.
PiaiASE 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.
NÏED A TELEPHONE? —Stop in
and see the new Lech combination
desk or wall phone, also used
phones from $10.00 up. Telephone
and Hearing Aid batteries stocked.
Stiffler’s Radio & Appliance. 39tf
BIXPERT AUTO and home radio
service, 20 years experience, all
makes. Guaranteed service.
Stiffler's Radio and Appliance. 3tf
SPORTSMEN—Join the North San-
tiam Sportsman’s club now. We are
devoted to game conservation and
propagation and need your help.
Only $1.00 per year, you will have
that much fun a.t one meeting.
Enquire at Enterprise office, or see
Jerry Coffman, at Ken Golliet’s. 9
FOR SALE — Two-man rubber boat,
like new and camping trailer, sleeps
two. Priced very reasonable. Al
bert Langholff, Mill City, 2nd house
east of Hill Top Store. Call eve
SELL US your Cascara bark, dry
or green. Red’s Hill Top Trading
Ztan Kw Think
If It's in the Canyon, It's Advertised in The Enterprise!
FOR RENT—Furnished apt., one bed
room. heat furnished, Bendix laun
dry service, one block from post
office. Call at Enterprise office,
or phone 2652.
WANTED—Coaching by a certified
and experienced teacher. Any grade
through ninth. Agness A. Allen.
TYPEWRITERS AND ADDING Ma
chines. We sell, rent, repair and
swap all makes. Trade your old
machine towards a new one. ROEN,
454 Court St., Salem.
FOR SALE—Two hounds, blood hound
and blue tick. Mother sold for $475.
Both for $100. R. O. Adams, Me
WANTED— Berry pickers. Register
now. Will furnish gas for anyone
bringing carload every day. Phone
14-F-83, Moravec Berry Farm, Rte.
1, Box 242, Stayton.
PLUMBING SUPPLIES—Pipe, con
nections, toilets, sinks, washbowls,
bathtubs, showers, etc.
Prices. Red’s Hill Top Trading
A Friendly Place
WILLYS STATION WAGON
To While Away
Your Idle Hours
AS A TRADE-IN ON A
$1.50 per month and up
Also serving Gates and Lyons
You'll think you have hit the
jack pot when you get our big
allowance on your old car or
truck. Come in and ask about
the long trades we are making.
¿efsInc/e-Gome in today!
Attorneys st Lsw
180 N. Commercial
DR. R. REYNOLDS
I 1144 Center St..
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Physician and Surgeon
General Dry Goods
LUZIERS OOSMETI OS
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: MIKE'S Septic Service:
PHYSICIAN & SURGEON
: Septic Tanks and Sewers Cleaned ♦
♦ Phone SALEM 3-9468, OOI.I.FXT •
1079 Elm St., W Salem
Own your own home with income.
SEE W. !.. PETERSON. Swift's Addition
By MRS. OPAL WHITE
The final day of school at Detroit
high was celebrated by a picnic.
Things started popping around 10
a.m. when the students left by bus
for Breitenbush Springs.
were played there until noon when a
typical picnic lunch was provided by
the various students. Potato salad,
sandwiches, pie, pop and a variety
of other food stuffs were on the
menu. The hour following lunch
was spent in games, walks through
the woods, or just plain relaxation
until the time arrived for swimming.
Some thirty-five students and the
teachers, Mr. White, Mrs. Charlene
Hanan, Mr. Stanley Whipple and
Miss Kazi Inuzuko were present for
an enjoyable time, that is, if their
weariness is any proof there must
have been a very great deal of fun.
All four high school teachers have
been rehired for the next year. Those |
residing in Portland and Milwaukee, i
respectively Miss Kazuko Inuzuko |
and Mr. Stanley Whipple, will attend
Lewis and Clarke summer school
Returning school teachers who have
signed contracts for the coming year
are Mrs. William Cokenour, (who
will teach as a substitute until attend
ance falls off in the late fall), Mrs.
Alice Perkins, Mrs. Elsie Hoyt, Mrs.
Nolan Rasnick, Mrs. Gladys Claxton,
[Mrs. Mildred Ray. Mrs. Al Warby
has been newly selected for the
seventh grade; and Miss Minnie B.
I Miller, who has taught for nine years
in Lane county, but who has been
visiting in Kansas and Arkansas for
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, in
compliance with Sec. 111-908, O. C.
L. A., to the legal voters of School
District No. 129-J, of Linn-Marion
Counties, State of Oregon, that the
ANNUAL SCHOOL MEETING of
said District will be held at the High
School; to begin at the hour of 8:00
o’clock P.M. on the third Monday of
June, being the 18th day of June, A.
This meeting is called for the pur
pose of electing a member to the
Board of Education and voting on
Supplementary Budget for year 1951-
52, and the transaction of business
usual at such meeting.
In districts of the second and third
classes the ballots shall not be counted
until one hour after the time set for
the meeting to begin. Until the count
begins, any legal voters of the district
shall be entitled to vote upon any bus-
| iness before the meeting.
Dated this 28th day of May, 1951.
DONALD E SHEYTHE,
Chairman, Board of Directors
EDNA F. ROSS,
Attorney at Iaw
GOODE’S FLOWER SHOP
Phone Blue 64B
Modern Funeral Service
2nd A Broadway
Hour*: 10 to 7
NEW’ GOODS IN
Plain and Figure Print». Pique*. Sains
Indian Head. Faded Denim
Stamped Pills* Asses. Rsg Rsg*.
Ladies and Children'» Shorts
Garbage, ashes, trimmings, etc.
weekly pickups $1 50 per month.
Also light hauling.
Call Mill City
1950 Roadmaster "Riviera''
4-door sedan, two-tone grey,
new tires, low mileage, fully
equipped and dynaflow
" sr "Riviera",
4 • -doc
door sedan, light grey,
deluxe equipment and dyna-
1950 Dodge Meadowbrook Sedan
green, white wall tires,
radio, heater and fluid
1919 Roadmaster Sedan
black, U. S. Royalmaster
whitewall tires, dynaflow
and fully equipped
1919 Oldsmobile "98" Club Sedan
light green, rocket V-8 en
gine, radio, heater, white
wall tires and hydromatic $1996
1919 Ford Club Coupe
light grey, radio and heater,
light blue, fully equipped $1360
1911 Buick Sedanette
two tone grey, radio and
heater, good rubber
1910 Pontiac Club Sedan
light grey, heater, excellent
transportation, fair rubber $345
1939 Oldsmobile “6" Club Sedan
black, radio and heater
Otto J. Wilson Co.
Commercial at Center
About 1,500,000 workers received
direct pay increases when the mini
mum wage was increased to 75 cents
an hour by the amended federal wage
and hour law in January, 1950.
How to Treat
fail u leased relief from tore, fiery.
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Bee how tast it usually
»"othes »»ay pain, aoranna. lUhing, nsyr-
ousness. Bee ho* Il cool* fiery burnin» an 1
help» »brink and heal awollen tissues
Wonder-soothing CHINAROID must pro»» a
blessing to you or money back I* guaranteed
Bales & Brady
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Salem Automobile Co
FOR THAT FINE GUARANTEED I SED CAR AND GOOD
LOW COST TRANSPORTATION
IT PAYS TO ADVERTISE
in THE ENTERPRISE
“Was a nervous wreck
oddbbvq boohs mnnBiHcnnnimnscns
until I found Pazo!”
Your Buick Dealer
So many good folks from Salem and vicinity come to
FLOWERING AND SHADE TREES
SHRUBS AND BULBS
319 W. Wash. St.
By ELSIE MYERS
Ike Myers and Gay Moody returned
recently from a few days fishing trip
to Coos Bay and Ten Mile Lake.
They brought home a nice catch of
bass, trout and catfish.
The Ladies Aid of the Mehama
Community church met Thursday at
the home of Mrs. Ike Myers for an
all-day meeting. A one o'clock lun
cheon was served by the hostess to
Mrs. Horace McCarley, Phyllis and
Roxie, Mrs. Ray Roberts and Jo Ann,
Mrs. Luther Stout, Mrs. Mae Patton
and Mrs. Jennie Moe.
Mr. Bill Bickett made a trip to
Sisters Sunday in helping move the
E. A. Newsome family from Mill
Mr. Lawrence Worley and Mr. Harry
Hibbard of Portland are vacationing
at the Steve Myers’ cabin. Mr. Wor
ley is the father of Mrs. Myers.
Word has been received from Mrs.
Kenneth Randall that due to ill health
she will not open the Elkhorn Guest
Ranch this summer. Mr. Randall ¡8
practicing law at Oakridge.
Mrs. Louie Ray is at the home of
the Hugh Johnsons where she is
caring for Mrs. Hugh Johnson and
their new son.
Mrs. Carl Longnecker and Billie
spent the past week in Silverton at
the home of Mrs. Anne Longnecker.
FLORIST and NURSERY
w— mut i
the past year, has been added to
the staff. Mr. Chester Boyle will be
the new principal of the grade school.
Mr. Boyle is a graduate of Willam
ette University and will take sum
mer school there this summer. He
has teaching experience in St. Helens;
and was formerly in the Oregon State
Two students of Detroit gTade
school came through the year with
perfect attendance records. Rolland
Woodward and Katherine Dietrick
were the two honored.
John Cannon is finishing his year's i
work at Detroit this week. He will
leave for Fort Lewis on Saturday
morning for two week’s training in
the National guard. The Cannons
will locate in Stayton as soon as
housing is secured.
The E. W. Bray family left Sun
day for Coos Bay where Mr. Bray
has purchased a barber shop. The
house formerly occupied by the Brays
is now occupied by Mr. and Mrs.
Stanley White and family.
546 N. High. SALEM
HARLOW L. WEINRICK
The old idea that boils and pim
ples are just "the badness coming
out of the blood" is all a myth to
medical men. Boils are caused by
germ Infections, and instead of pur
ifying the blood, they contaminate
The same Is true of most plm-
WILL CONSIDER TRADE FOR PORTLAND
PROPERTY or WILL TAKE LATE MODEL
CAR AS PART PAYMENT
NOTICE OF ANNUAL SCHOOL
NEW DUPLEX—3 ROOMS EACH
Um. <£. Cfutick Jr.,
Living room finished in knotty pine; wall-to-wall
carpeting throughout; American kitchen; utility room
includes Bendix automatic washer and dryer, Lots
of built-ins and closets.
352 N. High St.
HEWITT, ESTEP 1 SORENSEN
NEW 2-BEDKOOM HOME IN MILL CITY
Elsner Motor Co
For Sale or Trade
fy John Htrvty Furkay, PhD.
says Mr». A. WC, San Antonia, Ttiat
Speed »mazing relief from miseries of
ample piles, with soothing Pa»o*' Act»
to relieve pain, itching inuantly— soothe»
inflamed tissues— lube Kates dry. hard
ened ports —helps prevent cracking, sore-
ness -reduce swelling You get real com
forting ’ '
Ikon’t suffer neediest torture
piles Get Pazo for fast, won
. Ask your doctor about it.
Suppository form — also tubes with per-
located pile pipe for easy applxation.
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1. Always a fine selection to choose from.
2. A new car dealer with over 35 years of automobile dealing
3. Reconditioned and guaranteed in our own complete repair
4. Prompt, courteous service before and after the sale.
5. Fair prices, fair trade-ins, low cost financing.
Come in Today. Over 30 fine ran to rhooee from.
Aino lots of good Io* prired transportation.
Salem Automobile Co.
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