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About The Mill City enterprise. (Mill City, Or.) 1949-1998 | View Entire Issue (June 28, 1951)
5—THE MILL CITY ENTERPRISE
Junr 2», |>r,l
Mrs. George Differ
Honored by Friends
A DAUGHTER To Mr. and Mrs.
Rodney Mapes Jr., Idanha, June 24,
at Salem General hospital.
Till RS., FRI. and SAT.
A SON To Mi. and Mrs. Howard
Means, Gates, June 25, at Salem Mem
BRENDA M SRSHALL in
The Iroquois Trail
A DAUGHTER To Mr. and Mrs. 1
Edward R. Shum, Mehama. June 26, ;
— Plus —
at Salem Memorial hospital.
A SON -To Mr. and Mrs. Jess Lee,
HIS BOYS in
Mill City, June 26, at Salem Memorial
A SON—To Mr. and Mrs. Claud
Sullens, Gates, June 27, at Salem
SUNDAY and MONDAY'
Mrs. George Ditter was honored
! during a surprise birthday party at
TOO LATE FOR CLASSIFIED
I the American Legion Hall in Mill
i* OR SALE Baled hay, clover and City, Saturday evening by a group
rye grass. Good condition. Price | of friends and relatives.
$25.00 ton. Harley Libby, Marion,
After an evening of dancing and
26-lp , cards, a buffet supper was served to
Lyons—Mrs. Orville Downing, Mrs.
I Mr. and Mrs. Jay Quarles, Mr. and
George Nydegger and Mrs. Vem Ny-
Mrs. Frank Klecker, Mr. and Mrs.
degger were hostesses for a shower
| Thyril Shipley, Mr. and Mrs. Lee
honoring Miss Betty Nydegger, bride
j Knowles, Mr. and Mrs. Jean Arm-
Mr. and Mrs. Roy E. Walker and j strong, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Beebe,
elect, at the community club house
Friday evening, June 22. Games
| Mr. and Mrs. Burnett Cole, Mr. and
Wednesday on business. Front there Mrs. Arey Podrabsky, Mr. and Mrs.
After opening of the gifts dainty they flew to Salem and then back I Milt Irwin, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Res
refreshments were served to Miss home. \\ hile in Salem they met and sler, Mr. and Mrs. Woodie Heller,
VAN JOHNSON and
Nydegger, honored guest, Mesdames hobnobbed with an old acquaintance Mr. and Mrs. John Nelson, Mr. and
h \THRYN fill AYSON
Robert Carleton, Earl Allen, Wilson
Stevens, Oscar Naue, Chester Roy, flying through from Puyallop, Wash Steiner, and Mr. and Mrs. Roy Kend-
to San Francisco, Calif.
WHAt KOREA NEEDS
George Huffman, Marvin Toland, ington,
The John Muirs visited Marion
Mrs. Ditter was further congratu Sg* Robert J Ward home bom Iron»
Forrest Nydegger, Alex Bodeker, Bob
Sunday afternoon and looked lated by couples, Walter Howe-Ar line duty on 35 days rotation leovo it
Free, Sam Bridges, Mrs. Alice Huber, I pver the
new fish hatchery located lene Mazzie, Bernice Bigger- Charlie
more CARE food and clothing package*
Mrs. Gladys Stiffler, Misses Ruby there. The
Io save civilian live« ana boott morale
Muirs spent a few
Huffman, Pauline moments with their friends the Scott Rambse.v, and William Duval-Ruth
Sgt Word 25 o full-blooded fighting
• Every prescription en
Bridges, Janice Huffman, Billie Wil Youngs, proprietors of the Marion Witt. Out-of-town guests were Miss
Cherokee whole home il ot 1238'. W r*t
to us is coni|M>unded as
son, Shirley Nydegger, Georgia Forks Lodge.
93rd Street loi Angele« 44 California
« TUESDAY and WEDNESDAY
sota, Mr. and Mrs. John O’Malley
though our reputation rested
mode headline« by asking hit mother Io
Casebeer, Beverly Nydegger, Nova
Mrs. Frank Jackson is visiting and son of Portland, Mrs. Matt
release him from the "eole-turviving «on
GREER (¡ARSON and
upon the accuracy and qualitv
Ann Gerath, Marlyn Spa, Mabel relatives and friends In Eugene this
Ditter, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Cline of rule which would hove kept him out
Nydegger, Marlene Downing, Carol week.
W ALTER P1DGEON
Stayton, Mr. and Mrs. William Prin of the front line Hit two brother« wore
Kuiken of Lyons, Mrs. Munt of Stay
it does! That is why we use only
The Marion County Sunday school gle of Tacoma, Washington.
killed in World Wor II. He enlisted <n
ton, Mrs. Clyde Golden, Mrs. Charles con • 'lion will be held Sunday in the
1942 ho« a wife. Bettye. 31
fresh, potent drugs; double-
Powelson, Miss LaVetta Powelson of local Presbyterian church.
doughter. Bobbie Undo. 2. (in picture)
cheek every step for accuracy.
Mill City, and the hostess Mrs. Orville musical numbers are scheduled for tor of many lovely gifts, one of which
Wa>d describe» civilian conditions in
If you seek prescriptions com
Downing, Mrs. George Nydegger and presentation by members of the Bible included a beautiful Pendleton robe.
Korea os a new "Cherokee Trail of
Contributions for CARE packoges
with the utmost care,
Mrs. Vem Nydegger.
schools of the Mill City Assembly of
may be sent to CARE—Portland
the huge birthday cake topped with
we invite your patronage.
God, Free Methodist and Christian one
Till RS., FRI., and SAT.
Churches. President of the organ
Wishing Mrs. Sullivan many more
ization, Glen Shelton, will be in charge
of the business meeting, which will California, are spending the summer happy birthdays were her daughter,
largely consist of election of officers at the home of their grandparents, Mrs. Iryl Plymale, Mr. Plymale, Mr.
and Mrs. Oscar Fredrickson, Mr. and
for the coming year. The meeting Mr. and Mrs. Sigward Jepsen.
will be preceded by a pot-luck dinner
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Jackson were Mrs. Bud Ferrigno and family of
pleasantly surprised to receive a phone West Fir, Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Golden
Doors open at 7:20 P.M.
Mr. and Mrs. Warren Howe and call Sunday afternoon from their son, and family, Mr. and Mis. Eldon Hutch
Complete show ran be seen any
family of Roseburg spent the week PFC John Jackson, who was in Bing
time up to 8:30
Sunday, the George Vetetoes visited
end visiting former Mill City relatives hamton, New York, visiting his pater
nal grandmother, aunt and uncle. the Coast and Yahatts. Mr. Veteto’s
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Krlever and John will sail from New Jersey today granddaughter. Miss Sharon Gray of
daughter, Betsy, are moving to Albany for Europe with his Company, the Mt. Home, Idaho, returned home with
where they will make their home.
547th Ordinance Division of the U. S. them. She will visit for a few weeks.
Minister and Mrs. H. E. Jull at
The Mill City Presbyterian church Army.
currently are using a fine new electric
Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Bell tended the state convention of Chris- |
organ which was recently purchased of Canby visited the George Vetetoes. tian churches at Turner, Tuesday and
and placed in operation.
Mrs. J. Alstead of Minneapolis, Minn Thursday of this week. The conven
Mr. and Mrs. W. McCarthy and esota, is now enoying a visit with tion continues through Sunday after
family spent the weekend in Portland. her sister, Mrs. Veteto.
CHARLES UMPHRESS, Prop.
SUTTLE LAKE LODGE
Another of Mill City's old-time
Mr. McCarthy is the manager of Epps
Clyde Golden and sons, Jerry and
Open 7 A.M. to 7 P.M.
Furniture store in Mill City.
Charles, and a friend, C. Bennett of
Patty and Mike Kelly of Richmond, Albany went on a camping and fishing weekc. Luther M. Graham, who for
jaunt to Lake Ann located near Mar many years was employed by the
ion Lake. While the party were Hammond Mill, passed away in a
busily engaged in fishing on the lake Salem hospital last week. Funeral '
a hungry bear helped himself to all services were held at the graveside |
Dancing 9 til 2 a.m.
their stock of provisions. So barren in the Jason Lee Cemetery, Salem,
did the bear leave the cupboard that
there was no shortening left for the of age, but few who knew him only '
frying of the fish they had caught! casually would suspect this was true.
A hike out for more supplies was
necessary before the call, “Come and
get it!” could sound out.
Mr. Herbert Schroeder is home
Don't let coughing, wheezing, recurring at
of Bronchial Asthma ruin sleep and
from the Salem hospital and doing tacks
energy without tryine MENDACO, which
works thru the blood to reach bronchial
and lungs. Usually helps nature quickly
ADMISSION: l.adiea 50c. Gentlemen 75c, Tax Included
The Odd Fellows, I.O.O.F., are tubes
remove thick, sticky mucus. Thus alleviates
and aids freer breathing and better
going to Lebanon tonight for special coughing
sleep. Get MENDACO from druggist. Satis«
faction or money back guaranteed.
Mrs. Clyde Golden and son, David,
will visit her sister, Mrs. Merland
Temple, of Portland this weekend.
The Presbyterian Missionary Soci
ety met in the Floyd C. Jones home
in C.B.I., addition Wednesday after
noon. Mrs. A. B. Cutler of Portland
was the guest speaker. Mrs. Donald
Think I’ll go in and visit the Sheythe gave a vocal solo. Mrs.
Jones served dainty cookies, ice
Studio soon. It would be fun cream
and tea as refreshments for the
and I could make my own ladies assembled in her home.
Mr and Mrs. Dave Epps of Sweet
gifts. Help out a lot at
Home spent the weekend in Mill City.
Guests in the Charles Umphress
Our Car-Saver Service starts with good
home Friday evening were his sister,
lubrication—regularly. Not only the right
‘Visitors Always Welcome’
Mrs. L. O. Ingram, and Mr. Ingram
lubricant in the right amount, in the right
place, but a thorough inspection to catch
Mrs. Charles Sullivan was honored
trouble before it starts ... a check for
Sunday by a birthday celebration in
rattles and squeaks and a report on any
her home where good friends and
relatives gathered around a Sunday
mechanical attention needed. A complete
1057 S. Commercial St.
dinner table loaded with a big birth
record of service is kept here to assure
day cake and all the trimmings.
car-saver service at proper intervals.
Bride Elect Given
Capital Drug Co.
Chuck s Shoe Shop
Sat. Nite, June 30
Building Materials of All Kinds
FRERES BUILDING SUPPLY
They say Ceramics is
a relaxing hobby!
RED ASHER'S RIVERSIDE
ADDS THOUSANDS OF MILES OF CARE-FREE DRIVING
Paradise Ceramic Studio
We’ve said it before and
We say it again?
‘ You can’t do better elsewhere!’
BATTERY SERVICE: 80% of all battery
failures occur where a service call is re
quired... our Car-Saver service protects
you against this inconvenience and ex
pense...it includes adding water...test of
condition ... an inspection and cleaning
of terminals and cables — insurance of
maximum battery capacity and life.
TIRE SERVICE: Let us tell you how our
tire switching service can save you money
through increased tire mileage. There is
often more uneven wear on front tires
than on the rear...rear tires wear evenly
but at a faster rate... then, too, to be kept
"alive," the spare tire should be run. But
further, our service includes an inspec
tion for glass, tacks, and nails embedded
in the tires... a check for cuts and bruises.
RADIATOR SERVICE: Keeping th«
cooling system filled is just the start. You
receive a check of the cooling system,
water hoses and clamps.
These are but a few of the important car saving services
you receive when you put your car in our hands.
Buy and Trade at Home and
Help Build the Canyon
Gates General Store
EXPERT LUBRICATION • TIRE SWITCHING • BATTERY CARE
ATLAS TIRES • BATTERIES • ACCESSORIES
ke better care of your car