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About The Mill City enterprise. (Mill City, Or.) 1949-1998 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 9, 1951)
3—THE Mil l. CITY ENTERPRISE_________________________August 9. It'll anniversary at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. Ernest Miller Friday evening of
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last week. The evening was spent
informally and refreshments were
served to Mr. and Mrs. Lang Stafford,
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Chance, Mr. and
Mrs. Glen Hearing and family, Mr.
and Mrs. Cecil Haun and daughter,
Louise, Mrs. Oswald Mirte, Donalee
Oliver and Sheryl, Mrs. Ro-a Roten,
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Rush and the
honored guest, Mr. Swanson.
Mrs. Edward Teitze is making an
extended visit at the home of her
son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs.
Scott Lindsey, of Portland.
“At the Bottom of the Hill”
Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Oliver drove to
Dayton, Sunday of last week where
they visited at the homes of Mr. and
Mrs. Charles McKey and Mr. and
Mrs. Henry Green, who were former
residents of Gates and neighbors of
Sunday guests at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. Elmer Klutke were Mr. and
Mrs. (ieorge Klutke and Mr. and Mrs.
Glen Burmister and son, Rex, from
Albany. George Klutke and Elmer
Klutke are brothers. Ross Klutke
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returned to his parent’s home after a
week spent with his grandfather, Lew-
Kirkland, on the North Fork.
Mrs. Lula Collins and Mrs. Alta
Leedy accompanied Mrs. C. Rosheime
to Salem where they attended a
family picnic at Paradise Park. Mr.
and Mrs. Claude Seilard and family of
Salem were also present.
COMPLETE STOCK OF SAWS AND PARTS
Miss I.avetta Powelson of Corvallis
spent the weekend at the home of her
grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Harry
Keiser. Miss Powelson, graduate of
the Gates high school, passed the
civil service examination and has ac
cepted employment as a clerk-typist
P. O. Box 12
at Oregon State College in Corvallis.
Miss Eilene Eccleston of Medford
was an over the weekend guest at the
home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
made the trip by air.
Joe Bowes was painfully, but not
seriously, injured last week at the Lee
Logging Company camp, where he is
employed. He was taken to a doctor
for first aid. He is reported as re
turning to work, Monday morning.
Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Ransom of
Walport spent the weekend at the
home of her sister and brother-in-law,
Mr. and Mrs. George Meilke.
Never - -
a Dull Moment
MILL CITY TAVERN
I CASH PAID for FIR CONES! |
lie Need Lots Of Good Cones
KIND — Good cones are cloMd. Open cones are not wanted.
The old ones are not good. Do not pick tra^h or twigs.
(ones the worms hate spoiled are not ttanted. Do
not pick from trees that have been felled before
CONTAINERS—Should he large sacks like those used for
grain and potatoes. Bags should he full and *>ewn.
PRICES—Douglas Fir: $2.50 per sack
White Fir: $3.00 per sack
Hemlock: 810.00 per sack
MANNING SEED COMPANY
CONES RECEIVED AT THE FOLLOWING PLACES:
Lyons Saw Shop
Loc-Bloc Const. Co.. STAYTON
Bed or Bookease Headboard,
Vanity, bench & nite stand
NOW SHAVING’S QUICKER
...EASIERI GET A
By MRS. ALBERT MILLSAP
Mr. and Mrs. A. T. Barnhardt pur
chased the home of Mrs. Mary Champ,
Monday and will make it their home.
This place is located in the west part
of town and comprises several acres
of land, a dwelling and out-build
ings. The sale was handled by W.
Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Davidson re
cently acquired the property of Clif
ford Miller, which also is located in
the west part of Gates. Davidson,
who is an engineer and has been em
ployed by the C.B.I. for the past two
years, is making extensive improve
ments on the house. Mr. Davidson
is an accomplished musician and
teaches piano students.
Mrs. Cecila Miller, who has been
visiting at the home of her daughter,
Mrs. Velma Carey, for the past two
weeks, returned to her home in Salem.
Mrs. Glenn Gordon returned Tues-
day from a ten-day vacation spent in
\SK FOR PICKING INSTRI CTIONS
Quality Meats and Groceries
WALTER MURRAY — Phone Sweet Home 6011
| MILL CITY MEAT MARKET
Santa Maria and San Francisco,
California. Mrs. Gordon in company
with her sisters. Mrs. L. B. Mayfield
of Coos Bay and Mrs. Louis du Buy
of Salem, made the trip by motor and
were guests at the homes of relatives.
Miss Janet Klecker, her sister,
Kristene, and brother, Jeffrey, of
Stayton spent several days at the
home of their grandparents, Mr. and
Mrs. Albert Millsap, last week. They
returned home with their parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Edmund Klecker, Sun
Guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Gerald Heath the past week were
their daughter and husband, Mr. and
Mrs. Edward Schultz, of Wheeler, and
their daughter, Miss Myrth Schultz,
from Seattle. Wash. During their
stay, Mr. and Mrs. Heath and their
guests visited the Peterson Rock
gardens and Bend. The Schultz’s
were enroute to Canada. They will
visit in Canada for a time before re
turning to their respective homes.
Loren Swanson, who is serving as
pastor of the Gates Christian church,
was complimented on his birthday
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full-power sawing In any position.
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