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About The Mill City enterprise. (Mill City, Or.) 1949-1998 | View Entire Issue (June 21, 1951)
7—THE Mil l. CITA ENTERPRISE__________________________ June 21, tail
Wants and Sales
If It’s in the Canyon, It’s Advertised in The Enterprise!
PLUMBING SUPPLIES—Pipe, con
nections, toilets, sinks, washbowls,
bathtubs, showers, etc.
Prices. Red's Hill Top Trading
WAXTE1» TO BUY — Clean peeled FOR SALE — Heatmaster electric
Douglas fir poles, delivered to
roaster, clean and in good condi
in cultivation, some timber and lots
Lyons yard. For further informa
tion. Ernest Brown, Mill City. 24
of Alder trees.
Water piped to
tion call or write Allen Gould, 1424
house, electric water system, big
Filbert Ave., Lebanon, phone 5745, j UNUSUAL BARGAINS—Good clean
Puget Timber Co. of Oregon. 24tf | oil range, excellent condition, white
orchard garden, 3 bedroom house,
big barn. 2 fresh cows, 2 hoi sc-,
enameled, guaranteed. Red’s Hill
KODAK FILM DEVELOPED—Eight
new tractor and some machinery.
Top Trading Post.
picture roll developed and one print
One-half cash and terms if you like
each 35c. Two prints each 50c. ' FOR SALE—One oil heater. “H. C. i price $11,500. See Joe Novak, R.
1, Lyons, Ore.
Twelve or sixteen picture rolls, one
Little”, can be seen at J. C. Podrab-
print each 50c. Reprints 4c each.
Quality Picture Co., Box 4401B, I
tan cougar hound, untrained, $35.
Portland, 8, Ore.
8tf $50 00 PER THOUSAND truck scale
See J. O. Herron, Rt. 1, Lyons. 25-1
paid for 24 ft. to 40 ft. small Doug
WE BUY fir pitch 75c per gallon.
las Fir logs suitable for piling. High FOR SALE—5 acres, a large unfin
See us for containers. Also sell us [ prices paid for barkie poles and
ished pumice stone house, double
your used burlap bags, old batteries
piling. Call Albany 1287 or write
pumice garage, good for living
and car radiators. Red’s Hill Top
Standard Pole & Piling Co. for price
quarters, deep well with electric
pump. See J. O. Herron, Route 1,
SEE ME FOR GOOD Real Estate EXPERT AUTO and home radio
service, 20 years experience, all FOR SALE—1946 Oldsmobile equity, I
buys in Canyon area,
makes. Guaranteed service.
wanted. C. E. COVILLE, Broker,
will trade for '40 or ’42 model car j
Stiffler's Radio and Appliance. 3tf
West side Mill City. Phone 2207.
Olds in good condition. Inquire at
Stewart’s Grocery in Mill City. Leo j
SPORTSMEN—Join the North San-
tiam Sportsman’s club now. We are
FOR SALE—McCulloch Chain Saws,
all the latest models for immediate
devoted to game conservation and FOR SALE—Ford V-8 pick-up, very
delivery. Try us for prompt serv-: propagation and need your help.
good motor and running gear, rough
ice. Open evenings. Lyons Saw! Only $1.00 per year, you will have
body, $65. Jerry Coffman, at Ken
that much fun at one meeting.
Shop. Phone 2871.__________17«
Enquire at Enterprise office, or see
PLEASE LIST all available rooms,
Jerry Coffman, at Ken Golliet’s. 9 FOR SALE—White Sewing machine,
room and board, houses and apts.
treadle, in good condition. See it
Write, telephone or visit Personnel FOR SALE — Two-man rubber boat,
in Earl Nelson home located oppo
PepC. 10 a m. to 3 pm Consolidated
like new and camping trailer, sleeps
site the grade school gym.
Builders, Inc., Detroit Dam.
two. Priced very reasonable. Al
bert Langholff. Mill City, 2nd house
NEED A TELEPHONE?”— Stop~in
east of Hill Top Store. Call eve
and see the new Lech combination
desk or wall phone, also used
phones from $10.00 up. Telephone SELL US your Cascara bark, dry
or green. Red’s Hill Top Trading
and Hearing Aid batteries stocked.
Stiffler’s Radio & Appliance. 39tf
FOR SALE —25 acres, some timber
chines. We sell, rent, repair and
and plenty Alder trees on it. No
swap all makes. Trade your old
buildings, but its nice place to build
machine towards a new one. ROEN,
and make nice home.
Novak, Route 1, Lyons, Ore. 25-1 ! 45d Court St., Salem.
FOR SALE — 1941 2-door Chevrolet! FOR SALE—Olds “88", 1950 model
sedan, new tires, wrecked, $285.00. | club sedan, will accept pickup in
See Bruce Thomas, Mill City. 25tf
trade. Box 442, Mill City. 24-3p
► DELIVERY «4
A Friendly Place
To While Away
Your Idle Hours
Quality job printing at
The Mill City Enterprise
Gene Teague Chevrolet
Attorneys at Law
180 N. Commercial
DR. R. REYNOLDS
a 1144 Center St..
Salem. Ore. g
Physician and Surgeon
MIKE'S Septic Service
PHYSICIAN & SURGEON
Septic Tanks and Sewers Cleaned
Phone SALEM 8-9468, OOLI-ECT
1079 Elm St.. W. Salem
HARLOW L. WEINRICK
Attorney at Law
GOODE’S FLOWER SHOP
2nd A Broadway
Hours: 10 to 7
Phone Blue 64B
Garbage, ashes, trimmings, etc
weekly pickups $1 50 per month.
Also light hauling
Call Mill City
WILL CONSIDER TRADE FOR PORTLAND
PROPERTY or WILL TAKE LATE MODEL
CAR AS PART PAYMENT
SEE W. !.. PETERSON. Swift’s Addition
Put out your campfire before you
leave the woods.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
For tart, blessed relief from sore, fiery.
Itching simple Piles, set CHINAROID from
your druggist. Bee how fast It usually
soothes swsy pain, soreness. Itching, nerv
ousness S»e how It cools fiery burning and
helps shrink and heal swollen tissues
Wonder-soothing CHDSAROfD must prove s
blessing to you or money back is guaranteed
Modem Funeral Service
IT PAYS TO ADVERTISE “Was a nervous wreck
from agonizing pain
in THE ENTERPRISE
until I found Pazo!”
: Hendricson’s Store
Own your own home with income.
How to Treat
THER.E IS NO
NEW DUPLEX —3 ROOMS EACH SIDE
Business - Directory
HEWITT, ESTEP & SORENSEN
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.
In the Circuit Court of the State of
Oregon for the County of Marion,
$1.50 per month and up
Department of Probate
Also serving Gates and Lyons
In the Matter of the Will and
ELIZABETH O. DITTO, Deceased.
The undersigned having been ap
pointed by the above entitled Honor
able Court Executor of the Will and
Estate of ELIZABETH O DITTO,
deceased, and having qualified as
NOTICE is hereby given to cred
itors of, and all persons having
claims against said deceased to pre
sent them, verified as required by
law, within six months after the first
publication of this notice to the un
¡®®cxxx3<ix»aKx:x^»cx:>c>CK-.>e>r>c>a>cMH> dersigned at the office of Hewitt,
Estep & Sorensen, attorneys at law,
180 N. Commercial Street, Salem,
General Dry (roods
GEO. H. DITTO,
Date of first publication
I.( ZIERS COSMETICS
June 21. 1951.
HEWITT, ESTEP * SORENSEN.
Attorneys for said Estate.
YOUR LOCAL CHEVROLET DEALER
NEW 2-BEDROOM HOME IN MILL CITY
People m America and England
are not Anglo-Saxons; neither are
there an\ Anglo-Saxon people or
institutions on earth, according to
S D OConnell, or the Bureau of
Statistics. Washington. D C. The
dominating Influences of our civi
lization are not (rom any one or
two sources, but from many races
of the earth; and those who are
best able to choose say that the
predominant strain is the Celtic.
The Anglo-Saxon strain tn our
blood Ls very slight compared with
all the other blood infused with it.
By REBA D. SNYDER
By EVA BRESSI.ER
has been appointed the pastor of
Mr. and Mrs. Edison Vickers and
The annual school meeting was the Lyons Methodist Community
family left last week to spend a held at the school house Monday eve-
He replaces Rev. O. L.
three-week vacation on the coast and ning, June 18, for the purpose of church.
Jones, who is taking a leave of ab
electing one director. John Pri-
Tommy Barney is enjoying a ten- deaux was elected for a three year sence. Rev. and Mrs. Feenstra
day trip to Corvallis where he is at term and replaced George Nydegger. come to us from Vancouver Metho
tending 4-H school, He was sent by Plans were also made for painting of dist church in Portland. Reverend
the Deanha Parent Teachers associa- the gym this week. The next regu and Mrs. Jones are moving to Eugene
where they have recently purchased
lar meeting of the board will be a home.
Frank New was elected a Detroit July 6.
Mrs. Charlie Peterson of Seattle,
school board member Monday night
Faith Rebekah lodge held their Washington, visited old friends in
and therefore succeeds himself. He
Lyons Wednesday and Thursday.
was appointed in the winter when regular meeting at the hall, Mil-
Lloyd Girod moved to Stayton. Vot regular meeting <>t the hall, Mil- She was an over-night guest at the
ing on the new budget will take dred Carr, noble grand, and Zona home of Mr. and Mrs. Alex Bodeker.
place at the school house June 28 Sischo, vice grand, presided over
the meeting. The regular routine of
from 8 to 9 p.m. standard time.
Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Pittam, Sherry business was carried out, and reports
NEW 19,51 WILLYS
and Patty, Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Sny of various committes heard.
der, Donald and Leonard, went Fri the good of the hour, Mrs. Hazel
day night to Roseburg for a weekend Lewis and Mrs. Garnett Bassett,
•*. l .
C mv ,
visit with Pittams and Mrs. Sny- . ",
, , s , brother
„ i ! in
and i e family,
A rails gave very interest-
Mrs. Leland Pittam. Saturday they I,
„.n„,i at the r
Seattle, Washington, was a
homes. Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Smith
were also dinner guests at the Leland hour strawberry short-cake was
served by the committee, Laura Neal,
Pittams Saturday night.
Mrs. Eugene Willcut, her mother, Alma Olmstead, and Gertrude Weid
ELSNER MOTOR CO.
| and two small children left Friday man.
352 N. High
I for a 2200 mile trip to Snyder,
Texas, where they will join Mrs. Will ence in Salem, Rev. R. A. Feenstra
cut’s husband. Her daughter, Flora
I DeForrest, will spend the summer
with her father in Sweet Home.
Mary Gordon is one of the 200
girls attending Girls State this week.
The girls will stay at Lausanne hall
on the Willamette University campus
in Salem. The Girls State is spon
sored by the American Legion auxil
ORDERS NOW BEING TAKEN
For Sale or Trade
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Suppository form — also tubes with per
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