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About The Mill City enterprise. (Mill City, Or.) 1949-1998 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 9, 1951)
7—THE MU I. CITY ENTERPRISE
August 9. 1951
Wants and Sales
FOR SALE—Finest residential lots in
the city, desirable and priced right.
Inquire at Enterprise office. 31-3p
FOR SALE — Wrecking 1937 Ford
V-8, parts, 1947 motor.
Hickel, Box 572, Mill City, Swift’s
NEED A TELEPHONE? —Stop in
and see the new Lech combination
desk or wall phone, also used
phones from $10.00 up. Telephone i
and Hearing Aid batteries stocked.)
Stiffler’s Radio and Appliance.
WE WILL BUY Blackberries when
ripe, Himalayas o r Evergreens.
We furnish crates and hallocks.
Red's Hill Top Trading Post. 27tf
2-ROOMED APT., shower and toilet,
large hall and closet, suitable for
man and wife. Call 1371 or Enter
WANTED TO BUY — Clean peeled I
Douglas fir poles, delivered to |
Lyons vard. For further informa-;
tion call or write Allen Gould. 1424
Filbert Ave., Lebanon, phone 5745,
Puget Timber Co. of Oregon. 24tf
Box 253, Gates, Ore.
If It's in the Canyon, It's Advertised in The Enterprise!
WANTED To take in ironing in my
home, anytime. Phone 2018, Mill
PLUMBING SUPPLIES—Pipe, con
nections, toilets, sinks, washbowls,
FOR SALE—Large ducks for roast
ing. $2.75 this week, fryers $1.001 bathtubs, showers, etc.
each. House for rent. Geo Cree.
Red’s Hill Top Trading Post
Mill Citv. phone 921
EXPERT AUTO and home radio FOR SALE Newly remodeled 2-bed-
service, 20 years experience, all i room house, on large lot, fruit trees.
Inquire at Enterprise.
makes. Guaranteed service.
Stiffler's Radio and Appliance. KODAK FILM DEVELOPED Eight
picture roll developed and one print
SPORTSMEN—Join the North San
each 35c. Two prints each 50c.
tiam Sportsman’s club now. We are
Twelve or sixteen picture rolls, one
devoted to game conservation and
propagation and need your help.1 print each 50c. Reprints 4c each.
Quality Picture Co., Box 4401B.
Only $1.00 per year, you will have
Portland, 8, Ore.
that much fun at one meeting.
Enquire at Enterprise office, or see WILL SACRIFICE Spinet Piano to
Jerry Coffman, at Fan Golliet’s. 9
save moving expense. Can be seen
in Mill City. Cash or Terms. Write
FOR RENT — 4-room house partly
D. G. Lawson,
furnished, access to bath and toilet,
wood shed and garage. Call 1371
or call Enterprise.
32-lp WE BUY fir pitch 75c per gallon.
See us for containers. Also sell us
FOR SALE—3500 feet u.<•’ fir floor
your used burlap bags, old batteries
ing, some 2x8 and small timbers,
and car radiators.
a steal at $200.00. Riders of the
Red’s Hill Top Trading Post
Santiam, see Pete Peterson. 30-3p
FOR RENT — Sleepipg rooms, fur TYPEWRITERS AND ADDING Ma FOR SALE McCulloch Chain Saws,
nished. shower and toilet, with
all the latest models for immediate
chines. We sell, rent, repair and
equipped kitchen. SW 4th St. or
delivery. Try us for prompt serv
swan all makes. Trade vour old
ice. Open evenings.
machine towards a new one.
Lyons Saw Shop. Phone 2871.
FOR SALE—Fruit jars, per dozen,
quarts 65c, pints 45c. Red’s Hill FOR RENT—Large house trailer. Fir
Top Trading Post.
Grove Trailer Park, Mill City. 32-2 Moving August 15th to new store at
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1280 State Street
PLEASE LIST all available rooms,
room and board, houses and apts.
Bl’Y NOW FOR BIG SAVINGS!
Write, telephone or visit Personnel Wurlitzer Spinet
Dept. 10 a m. to 3 p.m. Consolidated Baldwin Spinet, was $837, now $695.00
Builders, Inc., Detroit Dam.
Cable Spinet, was $850, now 8675,00
SEE ME FOR GOOD Real Estate Haddorff Vertichord, was $1325,
buys in Canyon area.
wanted. C. É. COVILLE, Broker, Parlor Grand, was $1395. now $1150.00
West side Mill City. Phone 2207. Rebuilt uprights
POLISHING X X
Bench. Delivery, Tuning—FREE!
WANT TO RENT—Large house in
Mill City or Gates. Write Mrs. L. FOR GREAT PIANO BUYS NOW
Lynch, 211 East 19th St.. Van
couver, Wash., phone 5-8755. 32-3p
The alley’s Finest Piano Store
Service Station & Trailer X building, suitable for store room, 1510 Fair grounds Road Salem, Ore.
warehouse, or repair shop. Ideally
located in Gates, excellent oppor
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tunity. Inquire at Oak Park Motel,
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Thought for today...
CO-OP ELECTRIC WASHER
ONE NEW GASOLINE
POWER (M-OP WASHER,
Price Reduced 30 Percent
Salem Heavy Hauling & Equipment Co.
1405 N. Front St.
2-1924; Night 2 4417
OTTO J. WILSON CO
YOUR BUICK DEALER
visited friends in Lyons. Monday and
They were over-night
guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
By MRS. EVA BRESSLER
Mr. and Mrs. Don Shepperd and
James Hollingshead, local daughters of Baker are visiting at
chairman for the chest X-ray mobile the home of her parents. Mr. and Mrs.
unit, has released the following list George Clipfell.
of local contributors who made it
Recent visitors at the home of Mr.
possible for the unit’s visit to Lyons. and Mrs. Medlin Knox were Mr. and
They are Mt. Jefferson Lumber com Mrs. Milo Gogue and son, Billie, and
pany. $25; Freres-Frank Lumber Mr. and Mrs. Levi Gogue and son,
garage, Harold Lee, from LeMoore, California.
$5; Lyons Food Market, (M. G. Brass I The Gogue« are friends of the Knoxes.
field) $5; Faith Rebekah lodge $5; Mr. and Mrs. V. J. Henderson, Carroll,
Santiam Valley grange, $10; Thiel’s Sue and Brenda from Corcoran, Calif.,
Grocery, $5; Lindeninn's Real Estate, also visited at the Knox home. Mrs.
$2.50; Lyons Tavern, $2.50; Bassett Henderson, who is a sister of Mrs.
Welding shop, $3; Gas Heat company, Knox, remained for an extended visit.
$5; Lyons Garden club, $5; Jungwirth
Mrs. Keith Salchenberger, Donald
Sand and Gravel, $5; Whites Garage? and Marlyn of Eugene spent last week
$5; Altar Society of the St. Patrick at the home of Mr. and Mrs. John
Catholic church, $5; Rohwein Bros., Kunkle. Mrs. Salchenberger is a
$2.50; Womens Society of Christian sister of Mrs. Kunkle.
Service. $5; Manthe Lumber company,
Mr. ami Mrs. Arnold Burgess of
$10; and Mr. Duman, $5.
Klamath Falls were guests at the
Mr. and Mrs. Lee Parlin from Long home of Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Bassett.
Beach, California, visited relatives in Mrs. Burgess is a sister of Mrs. Bas-
Lyons. The Parlins were guests at sett. While here. they visited their
the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. | father, Walter Bevier, who is in a
Harry Parlin, at the home of his Salem hospital.
sisters, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Gerath of
Miss Helen Queen from Fresno,
Lyons and Mr. and Mrs. Keith Zim California, is visiting at the home of
merman of Mehama.
Mr. and Mrs. Merrill Brassfield and
Mr. Dee Ethridge of Salem is the Bob. Miss Queen is a sister of Mrs.
new Southern Pacific agent. He re Brassfield.
places Kenneth Bosank, who was
Visiting at the Lome of Mr. and Mrs.
called into the servk-.
George Berry are Mr. and Mrs. Ralph
Rev. and Mrs. L. O. Jewell of Sandy Hershey and Miss Caroline Hershey
Olympic) Brewing Co., Olympia, Wash., U. S. A.
Supplying you with satisfactory transportation is our business
SALEM AUTOMOBILE COMPANY
Your Satisfaction .Means Our Continued Success
Check This List
SANTIAM FARMERS CO-OP
Chrysler New Yorker Highlander, 4-door Sedan
Chevrolet Styleline Deluxe Club Coupe
Packard Deluxe 4-door Sedan
Plymouth Special Club Coupe
Buick Roadmaster Sedanette, 2-door Sedan
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Attorney« at Law
180 N. Commercial
PHYSICIAN & SURGEON
General Dry’ Good«
FLOWERS •MIKE'S Septic Service
GOODE’S FLOWER SHOP
2nd A Broadway
Honrs: 10 to 7
Phone Blue 64B
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DR. R. REYNOLDS
3y John Honey Futhay. Ph.D.
1919 ROADMASTER CONVERTIBLE
11'2-cu. ft. HOME FREEZERS, priced at
Attorney at I«»
1144 Center St..
: llendrioon’s Store»
How to Treat
Turn to Brew 66
*The Great NEW TASTE
Garbage, ashes, trimmings. etc.
weekly pickups $1.50 per month
Also lieht hauling
Plying foxes are not foxes: they
are a large species of bat. They
fly. just as other bats no, and often,
are found sleeping tn trees with
their heads hanging downward^
Bats are mammals, not b rds.
from Staples, Minnesota.
visitors at the Berry home were Mr.
and Mrs. Chet Nelson of Portland, and
Mr. and Mrs. Wens Knudson and
daughter, Ann, of Garibaldi.
Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Smith, Ivalyn
and Dennis, visited at the home of his
parents in Cornelius. Ivalyn and
Dennis remained for a two-week visit
with their grandparents,
Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Johnston and
children and Mr. and Mrs. J. H.
Johnston attended the Shrine picnic
at Mary's Peak, Sunday, August 5.
Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Smith also attended
the picnic and visited friends in
Janice Huffman returned home,
Friday afternoon from the Salem
Memorial hospital following an ap-
pendectomy Monday evening.
Elmer Hiatt, Mrs. Alex Bodeker
and Mrs. Clyde Bressler went to Rose
burg, Friday where they spent the
remainder of the week at the Leroy
Mrs. M-die Byers of San Francisco»
visited last week at the home of
her daughter and son-in-law, Mr. and
Mrs. Marvin Berry.
Mrs. Jim Phelps was hostess for
the meeting of the Altar Society
at her home Thursday evening.
I Plans were discussed for the annua!
i festival and baazar. No definite date
has as yet been set. Present for the
meeting were Mesdames John Jung
wirth, Bob Free, Clarence Jungwirth,
j Lloyd Free, Herman F’ree, Sam
Bridges, Mike Schneider and Mrs.
lluirk Roadmaster Sedan
Olympic blue, 28.563 miles,
fully equipped, custom trim,
one of the finest we’ve ever
had in stock
Metallic green. 24.170 miles,
overdrive, one owner, very
Chevrolet Aero Sedan
Jet black, 15,035 miles. heater
Buick Super Sedan
New metallic green paint, 63,-
000 miles, full equipped, one
owner, we sold new and carry
Buick Special Sedan
Carlsbad black. 62,659 miles,
fully equipped, very fine
lluirk Koadmaster Sedan
Two-tone green, fully equip-
Maroon, heater, new radi«».
Dodge 2 Door
Light blue, heater, fair con-
Black, radio and heater
ror lust. ble
blesvd relief from »ore. fiery.
Itching, simple Pile», get CHINAROID from
your druggist. Bee how fast It ususlly
soothes sway pain, soreness, Itching, nerv
ousness. Bee how It cools fiery burning and
helps shrink »nd heal swollen tissues
Wonder-soothing CHINAROtD must prove a
blessing to you or money back la guaranteed
MEET YOUR NEIGHBORS
9-cu. ft. REFRIGERATORS, priced at
352 N. High
Cirrus green, spun glass top. fully equipped, hydro-electric
window, top and seat controls, green leather upholstery
and dynaflow. Sold new at $3706 and now ONIA
FISTI LA—FISSI RE—
PROLAPSE and other
ELSNER MOTOR CO.
Complete Rigging Outfit, Winch Trucks, Low-bed Trailers
•"//$ the Water
Including 1)8 and IID14 Cats, and 3i-jard shovels.
HAI LING AND MOVING HEAVY MACHINERY
and Mill Equipment Up To 25 Tons
ONE NEW 4-cu. ft.
NEW 1951 WILLYS
Otto J. Wilson Co.
Your Buick Dealer
388 N. Commercial St
Don’t l.l coughing, wheeglng, recurring al-
tuki ot Bronchial A.thma rum Bleep and
energy without trying MBNDAOO, which
works thru the Mood to reach bronchial
tubes and lunge Usually helps nature quickly
remora thick, sticky mucus. Thus aUeriatoa
roughing and aids freer breathing and batter
sleep Del MSNDAOO from druggist. RaU*-
taction er etoney back guaranteed.