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About The Mill City enterprise. (Mill City, Or.) 1949-1998 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 8, 1951)
7—THE MILL CITY ENTERPRISE
November 8. 1951
Wants and Sales
If It’s in tlw Canyon, It’s Advertised in The Enterprise!
FOR SALE—1935 Ford 2-dr. sedan,
$125.00. Can be seen at Carlile’s
FOR SALE—$2,000 for 10 acres, $250
down. $35.00 per month. Located |
on Hazel st. between 2nd and 3rd,
Box 253, Gates, Ore.
behind the old Hadlev Hobson place,
By MRS. EVA BRESSLER
half wav between Lvons and Mill
City. Livable house. Phone 2-6306, FOR SALE—Small 2-man all metal FOR SALE—McCulloch Chain Saws,
Mr. and Mrs. Archer who have been
trailer house. See Knowles Body
all the latest models for immediate living in the Clipfell house in Fox
and Fender Shop. Mill City.
delivery. Try us for prompt serv Valley, have moved to Lyons, in the
FOR RENT—Four rooms unfurnished
ice. Open evenings.
house on the corner across from the
on county road 1 mile west of Gates. FOR SALE — Montag wood range,
Lvons Saw Shop. Phone 2871. variety store.
large size, price $35. Inquire Geo.
J. S. Nordal.
Mr and Mrs. Floyd Cox are the
Stewart. Mill City, phone 3403.
POULTRY FOR THE HOLIDAYS—
WANTED — Poles. Piling. Barkies;
Roasters and fryers, fat hens, also parents of a baby girl born, November
unpeeled Douglas Fir poles wanted
ducks, alive or dressed, wrapped in 1, the young lady has been named
delivered Fox Valley, Ore. Length PRESTONE ANTI-FREEZE for sale
at Knowles Body & Fender Shop,, deep freeze ’til wanted. Geo Cree, Diana Lynn.
30 to 80 feet. Phone evenings Lyons
Mrs. Catherine (grandma) Julian
82, days Portland ATwater 2346.
returned to the home of her son and
McCormick Piling & Lumber Co.. FOR SALE—8 acres, 6-room house,
TARPS—Tents, new and used. Selec daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Albert
Board of Trade Bldg., Portland.
good barn, chicken house, good! tion of sizes.
Red's Hill Top Trading Post spent sometime at the home of her
fences; in city limits. Terms. Phone
3715, Mill City.
FOR SALE — White enamel wood daughter, Mrs. Joe Johnson in Albany.
Mrs. Vernon Kruse of the Apple
Salem’s newest music store now i PLEASE LIST all available rooms,
range, with coils, good condition,
court is convalescing at her
open in our temporary location.
room and board, houses and apts.
Open Friday Evenings
Write, telephone or visit Personnel
$4. Frank Rada. Mill City, phone home following surgery at the Salem
Dept. 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Consolidated
STORE WIDE SPECIALS
45-3p General hospital.
Miss Vivian Boyce and Miss Norma
Builders. Inc.. Detroit Dam.
THE MUSIC CENTER. 475 Ferry St.
TYPEWRITERS AND ADDING Ma Miller teachers at the Mari-Linn
NEED A TELEPHONE? —Stop in
chines. We sell, rent, repair and school spent the weekend at the home
(After Nov. 15, in the Capitol
and see the new Lech combination
swap all makes. Trade your old of their parents, Miss Boyce in Salem
desk or wall phone, also used
machine towards a new one.
and Miss Miller in Eugene.
phones from $10.00 up. Telephone
ROEN, 456 Court St., Salem.
PLUMBING SUPPLIES —Pipe fit
Mrs. Albert Carr who spent several
and Hearing Aid batteries stocked.
tings, toilets, sinks, washbowls,
Stiffler’s Radio and Appliance. FOR SALE—22-ft. West Coast trailer days at the Salem Memorial hospital
bathtubs, showers, etc.
house, price $315.00. Call 2-9232, for treatment and observation, has re
prices. Red's Hill Top Trading Post. LET ME SHOW YOU the new fall
43-3t turned home and is reported to be
and winter FASHION FROCKS.
Over 100 beautiful dress ¿nd suit SPORTSMEN—Join the North San-
tiam Sportsman’s club now. We are
styles; latest colors; rich fabrics;
devoted to game conservation and
sizes 9 to 52; real money-saving
America’s best values in
Only $1.00 per year, you will have NOTICE OF SHERIFF’S SALE OF
smart apparel. Get in touch with
REAL PROPERTY ON
that much fun at one meeting.
me and I will gladly show you these
Enquire at Enterprise office, or see
new styles—without obligation. Mrs.
NOTICE is hereby given that I,
Jerry Coffman, at Ken Golliet’s. 9
Jeannette James, phone 6584, Mill
Denver Young, Sheriff of Marion
45-3p STOVES—Heaters and ranges, in oil County, Oregon, by virtue of an exe-
or wood. Save at
cution on foreclosure issued out of
Red’s Hill Top Trading Post the Circuit Court of the State of Ore
BABY SITTING—Experienced. Hours
4 p.m, on each day of the week and
gon for Marion County, to me directed,
all day weekends. 50c before mid LOST Boy’s glasses, near Mill City dated the 5th day of November, 1951,
nite and 75c after. Phone:
upon a Judgment and Decree of fore-
reward for return to Mrs. Clyde [ closure recovered in the said Court on
2 to 3:30 p.m. Gates 725 or
4 to 7 p.m. Gates 5942
Golden, Mill City, phone 1602. 45-lp the 2nd day of November. 1951, in
Service Station & Trailer
favor of Roy R. Hewitt and Lena M.
FOR SALE—4-room house $1,250 be FOR SALE — ’42 Plymouth house Hewitt, plaintiffs, against Adelbert A.
Allen, defendant, will sell at public
wood St.. Mill Citv. Art Hedge.
Court. Mill City.
43-3p I auction to the highest bidder, subject
redemption, for cash in hand, at the
FOR SALE—Royal Filbert trees, 5 to i to
door of the Court House, of
7 ft. 4 years old. Priced reason West
County, at Salem, Oregon, at
o’clock in the forenoon of the
HAROLD NURSERY, 319 W. 10:00
10th day of December, 1951, lands be
42tf longing to said Adelbert A. Allen, de
BOARD AND ROOM — Swing shift. scribed as follows:
The Southeast quarter of the South
Phone 6502. Southeast Second and
east quarter of Section 19, in Town
Ivy. Mill City.
ship Nine South Range Three East
EXPERT AUTO and home radio
of Willamette Meridian, in Marlon
service, 20 years experience, all
m^kes. Guaranteed service.
I Or, such parcel thereof as may be re
Stiffler’s Radio and Appliance. quired to satisfy said judgment, in the
WANTED TO BUY — Clean peeled sum of FIVE HUNDRED NINETY-
Douglas fir poles, delivered to NINE and 53/100 Dollars ($599.53),
Lyons yard. For further informa and the cost of advertising and sale.
That the said sale so to be made
tion cail or write Allen Gould, 1424
Filbert Ave., Lebanon, phone 5745, will become absolute, and the pur
Puget Timber Co. of Oregon. 24tf chaser will receive a deed to the said
■ land from me as Sheriff at the ex-
One vear after said 10th
SEE ME FOR GOOD Real Estate 1 piration
buys in Canyon area.
Listings ’ day of December. 1951, unless the
wanted. C. E. COVILLE. Broker. same is redeemed according to law.
DENVER YOUNG, Sheriff
West side Mill City. Phone 2207.
of Marion Countv, State of Oregon
By E. J. BOUST, Deputy
ACCORDIANS — GUITARS
Cavallini—Italian made Accordians
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
120 Bass with 10 free lessons $189.50
. $59.00 and up In the Circuit Court of the State of
Oregon for The County of Marion
$8.95 and up
Department of Probate
IT IS NO LONGER NECESSARY TO
THE MUSIC CENTER
In the Matter of the Estate of
473 Ferry Street
MARY FRANCES McCLELLAN.
BUY FOREIGN BRANDS
The undersigned has been appointed
by the above entitled Honorable Court
Administrator of the Estate of Mary
Frances McClellan, deceased, and he
has qualified as such.
NOTICE is hereby given to cred
itors of, and all persons having claims
against said deceased, to present them
YOUR LOCAL CHEVROLET DEALER
verified as required by law, within six
months after the first publication of
this notice to the undersigned at the
office of Hewitt, Estep 4 Sorensen,
Attorneys at Law, 180 North Com
mercial Street, Salem, Oregon. Date
of first publication: October 18, 1951.
DAVID S. McCLELLAN.
Claude Lewis' Service Station
HEWITT. ESTEP & SORENSEN,
Attorneys for Estate
180 North Commercial
1936 to 46
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to fit your car
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DR. R. ROY QUICK
Telephone 2261 for Appointment
Tuesdays: 9 a.m. to 6:30 p.m.
Thursdays: 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Office in Jenkins Bldg.. Mill City
HEWITT, ESTEP & SORENSEN
LELAND FRANCIS MOWER,
TO LELAND FRANCIS MOWER,
IN THE NAME OF THE STATE
OF OREGON, you are hereby required
to appear and answer the complaint
in the above entitled cause against
you within thirty days after October
18th, 1951, the date of first publica
Septic Tanks and Sewers Cleaned • tion of this Summons; and if you fail
Phone SALEM 3-9446, OOIJJXT ♦ so to appear and answer, or otherwise
plead, for want thereof, plaintiff will
1079 Elm St., W Salem
take a decree against you forever dis
solving the marriage contract and
bonds of matrimony now existing be-
tween you and the plaintiff.
How to Treat
This Summons is published pur
suant to an order issued by the above
entitled Honorable Court Wednesday,
For fast, blessed relief
October 17th, 1951. Date of first pub
lication: Oct. 18, 1951.
HEWITT, ESTEP A SORENSEN
By ROY R. HEWITT, 9
Attorneys for Plaintiff.
Post Office Building. 2nd Floor
Phone: Stayton 2274
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By John Hariry Furbay, Ph.D. j
“As I set down one evening
In a timber town caffay,
A six-foot, seven, waitress
To me these words did say—•
“ ‘I see you are a logger.
And not a common bum.
For no one but a logger
Stirs his coffee with his thumb!’
It has long been believed that
1 know how the boot-heaving hook
some animals sweat blood ct varlou»
The hippopotamus has beets
tender felt. For 23 years I’ve been |
especially popularized in this re
hearing this ballad and backing off spect,
but the truth is: they do not
from reckless invitations to render it sweat any blood. This animal
a red-colored pigment from
myself. It was rigged up in the most
offhand way, at a Thanksgiving Day its skin and this has been mistaken
for blood. Several other animals
dinner, for a radio program on which also
secrete such substances.
Stewart Holbrook, ¡1. L. Davis and I
were working together. One reguire-
ment was for an original song about
a logger. I had a notion over the
pumpkin pie and coffee and began to
A Halloween party was held Thurs
exude verses of a kind.
In them the large waitress went on day evening at the John Bowers horn«
by Evelyn Bowers, for the 8th, grad»
with her sad story—
class. Games and stories were th»
“Yes, I am six-foot, seven,
entertainment for the evening.
And a logger who courted me—
Donald and Leonard Snyder are
He broke his leg one summer
giving up the Statesman route on
Three feet below the knee.”
Word has been received from Mi'S
Pinetop Blues. . .
Florence Bowers, a former resident
Soon thereafter the radio magnate of Idanha, that she has joined th»
who had us literary lights under hire WAF.
went broke. In pursuit of Paul Bun
Judy Haseman gave a Halloween
yan lore and other ancient items of party for some of her young friends.
Lake States lumber history, my wife
Henry Heibert is on the sick list,
and I took a trip back to Bay City, he was taken out to the doctor Sunday.
Michigan, and the Au Sable country
Tommy Barney had a Halloween
for a year.
party, Friday evening, a good tint»
Nobody remembered “Jack Hag was had playing games and doing
gerty” and the other shanty-camp stunts.
ballads that were so popular among
the pinetops and river pigs of old.
And the only Paul Bunyan stories I
heard were from men of the jackpine
plains who had read them first in my
books. At one gathering or another [
I’d render “The Frozen Logger," and
after six months or so, when I’d look
up some old heads to inquire of them
about ballads and tales of the*old pine I
camps, I’d often be treated to a verse I
or two of—my own composition!
We are Proud
“So now I mourn my logger,
There’s none like him today.
If you’d pour whiskey on it.
He’d eat a bale of hay.”
“He never shaved the whiskers
From off of his.horny hide.
But he'd pound 'em in with a
Then bite ’em off inside.”
“Silver Jack used to render that,”
an old pinetop would solemnly declare.
“I heard him often. He would render
it like a blues song. Pitiable to hear.
It's a Great Country. . .
Well, anyhow, much more has hap
pened to, and from, “The Frozen
Logger.” One lad used it and another
ballad no better to make a start in
life which led, last I heard, to an in
come of a thousand a week. And now
“The Frozen Logger” is out in sheet
music and the Weavers have put it
on a record that’s for sale all over
So it sings from the logging town
“The weather tried to freeze him,
It tried its mortal best.
At a hundred degrees below zero,
He buttoned up his vest.”
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Frozen Logger. . .
At Forks the record has been played
so much on the juke boxes that a
hooktender with a hangover yanked
off a calked boot and heaved it
through one machine when it began
to chant at breakfast time—
But he did freeze, at a thousand
below, and so solidly his corpse was
made into ax blades to chop the Doug
There you are. The only moral I
can think of is that in this great land
In the Circuit Court of the State of anything can happen to anybody any
Oregon for the County of Marion
time, what with me winding up in
Department of Domestic Relations my old age on the sheet music racks
TESSIE J. MOWER, Plaintiff,
and the juke boxes.
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