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About The Mill City enterprise. (Mill City, Or.) 1949-1998 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 10, 1952)
January 10, 1952
7—THE MILL CITY ENTERPRISE
Wants and Sales
If It's in the Canyon, It's Advertised in The Enterprise!
STOVES—Heaters and ranges, in oil
I Mr. and Mrs. Art Lantzer who will
or wood. Save at
WANTED—Sewing, for ladies, boys | PLEASE LIST all available rooms,
take possession soon. The Chamber
and girl’s clothing.
room and board, houses and apts.
lains have bought them a home in
rates. Mrs. John Hanson, Spring
Write, telephone or visit Personnel
CARS FOR LESS!
street, behind Silver Saddle service
Dept. 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Consolidated
Elmer Ray of Wenatchee, Washing
service, 20 years experience, all
Builders. Inc., Detroit Dam.
makes. Guaranteed service.
ton, is visiting at the home of his
White potato prices will be cut all
Stiffler’s Radio and Appliance.
WANTED — Poles. Piling. Barkies; TYPEWRITERS AND ADDING Ma
sister and family, Mr. and Mrs. Lynn along the line, the Portland District
unpeeled Douglas Fir poles wanted
chines. We sell, rent, repair and WANTED TO BUY — Clean peeled
Office of Price Stabilization an
delivered Fox Valley. Ore. Length
swap all makes. Trade your old
Mr. and Mrs. John Prideaux, Jean, nounced this week. First action waa
Douglas fir poles, delivered to
30 to 80 feet. Phone evenings Lyons
machine towards a new one.
Lyons yard. For further informa
David, Tommy and Joy spent the to set dollars and cents ceilings,
82. days Portland ATwater 2346.
ROEN, 456 Court St.. Salem.
tion call or write Allen Gould, 1424
weekend and holiday at the home of which will reduce prices of white
McCormick Piling & Lumber Co.,
Filbert Ave., Lebanon, phone 5745,
his parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. J. potatoes at major shipping points by
Board of Trade Bldg., Portland, SPORTSMEN—Join the North San
IT PAYS TO BL Y AT
Puget Timber Co. of Oregon. 24tf
Prideaux in Portland.
tiam Sportsman's club now. We are
as much as $1.40 per 100 pounds. In
devoted to game conservation and NEED A TELEPHONE’ —Stop in
Mr. O. 8. Toland returned home addition, wholesalers and jobbers are
SEE US FOR GOOD Real Estate
propagation and need your help.
and see the new Lech combination
Thursday from Prinneville after limited to a maximum margin of 60
buys in Canyon area.
Only $1.00 per year, you will have
desk or wall phone, also used
spending ten days at the home of his cents per 100 pounds, and price con
See GLEN SHELTON,
that much fun at one meeting.
phones from $10.00 up. Telephone
daughter and family, Mr. and Mrs. trols are re-imposed on servicw
salesman with C. E. COVILLE,
Enquire at Enterprise office, or see
and Hearing Aid batteries stocked.
Robert Fetherston. Mrs. Toland re charges such as grading.
Jerry Coffman, at Ken Golliet’s. 9
Broker, west side Mill City. Phone
Stiffler’s Radio and Appliance.
mained for a longer stay at the
The new reduced prices on white
potatoes will go into effect January
FOR SALE — Chevrolet parts from PLUMBING SUPPLIES — Pipe fit
TARPS—Tents, new and used. Selec
tings, toilets, sinks, washbowls,
See Silver Saddle
Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Chamberlain re 19, and will be felt in retail stores
bathtubs, showers, etc.
Bargain the weekend in Eugene, where he was ceived the announcement of their 13th shortly thereafter.
tion of sizes.
prices. Red’s Hill Top Trading Post. called by the serious illness of his great grandchild, born to Mr. and Mrs.
Red's Hill Top Trading Post
Idaho potatoes will take the largest
mother. Putman is principal at the Herman Schoenlein of Stockton. Calif.
price cut under the order, but still
FOR SALE—Bathinet, new, and bas
FOR SALE—1940 Chevrolet 4-dr. de Mari-Linn school.
She weighed 6 lbs. and has been named will be the highest priced potatoes in
sinet, used. Inquire Robert Haines,
luxe sedan, good tires, heater, seat
Leland Manning and Everett Lim
the nation. Idaho No. 1, size A, 2-
2nd and Juniper, Mill City. 52-3p “The Bombers”, a Negro barnstorm
covers, recently overhauled and beck of Lyons were successful in bag Lois Marie.
Mrs. Ray Mohler has returned home inch maximum potatoes were ordered
painted. Price $450.00, can be seen ging a 6 foot 6 inch cougar above
FOR SALE —Two lots 52.5 by 170
at Richfield Station in Mehama. 2-3 Mill City. The animal was treed with after spending a week in Portland at cut from $5.35 to $3.95 per 100 pounds
A riot of laughs.
feet, 40 ft. well, with 2-room cabin, west.
at the shipping point.
the home of her sister.
can be repaired. Phone 1334, Rev.
FOR SALE—Wood stove, large Coun their hounds and brought to the
Basic price for Oregon and Wash
Mrs. Myrtle Hester and Mrs. Cora
W. W. Watkins, Mill City.
l-3p Portland 66, Ore.
tess Montag, needs one lining, oth
Corbett of Salem visited relatives in ington No. 1 grade spuds at the ship
erwise excellent condition, $40. See
The Lyons basketball town team Lyons this week. They were guests ping point will be $3.65 per 100
Joe Novak, R. 1, Lyons, Ore.
has got into action along with the at the Clyde Bressler, Earl Allen and pounds, with adjustment allowances
up or down, depending on grade or*
rest Friday evening. Three games John Worden homes.
A few of their Christian friends size.
were played at the new Mari-Linn
surprised David and Helen Zimmer
Carl C. Donaugh, OPS District Di
1405 N. Front St.
FOR SALE—Low price house located gym. The town team won over Stay man at their home after the evening rector, said the regulation’s braking
ton Baptist church 49 to 43. The
in Marion county side of Mill City. grade school lost to Stayton 43 to 20. service last Sunday night. Mr. and action would save consumers millions
Two bedrooms downstairs and two
Mrs. Zimmerman are leaving the com of dollars out of food budgets. “OPS
2-1924; Night 2 4417
usable bedrooms upstairs.
Bath The girls Valleyball team tied with munity soon and he will attend Mult has rolled back potato prices to 100%
room remodeled recently, nice large
nomah Bible school in Portland to pre of parity. This price is the ‘fair
HAULING AND MOVING HEAVY MACHINERY
lot, with apple and nut trees, $3,750. town team lost to Aumsville, 32 to 42. pare for full time Christian service. r price' r
r__ w_ as ____
Mrs. Mabel Bass was hostess for
and Mill Equipment Up To 25 Tons
the afternoon card club with the party After playing games and conducting periodically by »» the U. S. Department
FRED A. LINDEMANN held at the Rebekah hall Wednesday a Bible quiz, a gift offering was pre- of Agriculture/
Including D8 and HD14 Cats, and %-yard shovels.
— Public Accounting —
afternoon. Due to the weather con sented to_Jhe couple by Miss Norma
Complete Rigging Outfit, Winch Trucks, Low-bed Trailers
dition, a small crowd attended.
A Miller, Miss Vivian Boyce, Miss at the Mari-Linn school returned
one thirty dessert luncheon was served Marlyn Baltzer, Mr. and Mrs. John | Monday morning after being absent
followed by several tables of 500 with Prideaux, Rev. and Mrs. R. A. Feen with the chicken pox.
Quality Job Printing at
high score going to Mabel Downing, stra, Donald Kuiken, Mrs. Joe Zim
The Santiam chapel began revival
second high to Ruth Lyons, Eulalia merman, mother of David, and Mrs. meetings with Rev, Ferris Dodd of
The Mill City Enterprise
Lyons, low and Garnett drew the
Halsey January 45th to continue till
7 a.m. to 12:30 a.m
traveling prize. Present lor tne vited the young Zimmermans to take .January 27th. Services every night.
party were Modena Carleton, Ida Free,
except Monday at 7:30 p.m. Satur
Ruth Lyons, Bertha Allen, Doris Roy, the Methodist church next Sunday.
, day evening is an all musical service
Mabel Downing, Eulalia Lyon, hjhel
I at which time request numbers are
at All Hours
Huffman, Garnett Bassett and the and Mrs. Floyd Bassett were Mr. and rendered. The Nelson party are as-
hostess Mabel Bass.
sisting in the meetings with tiieir
Rev. R. A. Feenstra of Lyons with couver, Wash., and Mr. and Mrs. music, according to Rev, Wells Gage,
Rev. Kenneth Abbott of Stayton and
is a sister of Pastor-___
Rev. Ted Hargreaves of Turner at Oregon. 1 Mr. Burgess
tended the State meeting for Metho
IGNITION and CARBURETION
Nadine, youngest daughter of Mr.
dist ministers held at the Centenary
Wilbur Methodist church in Portland. and Mrs. Albert Carr, returned to
The meeting was in the interest of school Monday morning after being
SERVICE STATION & TRAILER COURT
A Friendly Place
confined to her home for the last two
the Evangelist Advance Program.
Mr. and Mrs. Percy Hiatt visited
Rev. and Mrs. R. A. Feenstra rode
To While Away
New Year’s day at the home of his
sister, Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Thoma to Stayton with Rev. and Mrs. H. E.
Your Idle Hours
in Lebanon. His father, Amos Hiatt Jull, pastor of the Christian church
of Lyons, who is at the Thoma home of Mill City, last Monday morning to
attend a Santiam District Minister’s
quite ill, was reported no better.
In keeping with the plans for an potluck dinner.
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Bridges spent
Next to Mar Dean Cafe
Evangelistic Crusade to be held in
the Portland area of the Methodist last week in Portland, where he went
churches during the month of March, through the clinic.
Mrs. Don Shepperd and daughters
the Lyons church plans to make pre
parations for active participation in f’nm Baker, were weekend guests at
the same. This Sunday at the 11 a.m. the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
service, Rev. Feenstra will preach on George Clipfell.
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Gerath and
the subject, “Give Me His Mountain".
At 7:30 p.m. the topic will be, “Small family have returned home after
spending two weeks at Long Beach,
The regular monthly official board Calif., with relatives and friends.
Miss Vivian Boyce music instructor
meeting of the Lyons Methodist com-
munity church was held Thursday
evening at the parsonage, with Rev.
NEW AND USED
R. A. Feenstra in charge. A general
discussion of the church work was
held, and plans also, discussed for
the coming winter months. Due to
the weather condition and illness a
PARTS AND SUPPLIES
small crowd was in attendance.
Mrs. Jim Phelps and infant daugh
ter, have returned home from the
Salem Memorial hospital. The little
miss has been named Leola Jean.
This is the Phelps fifth child, first
ALBANY — 2 Miles South on 99E
Ben Bodeker of Mill City who has
been seriously ill at the Salem Mem
orial hospital in Salem, was brought
to the home of his sister. Mrs. George
Berry, Thursday afternoon, where he
will convalesce for some time.
Suitable for Two People
Ivan Smith returned home the first
of the week after spending the holiday
I with his mother, Mrs. Leia Smith at
Dan River Prints. Children's Books,
DR. VICTOR J. MYERS | Comelious, Oregon, he also visited in
DR. R. ROY QUICK
Wool Scarfs, Stamped Pillow Cases,
Telephone 2261 for Appointment
Blankets, Handkerchiefs, Nylons
Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Berry spent
Post Office Building. 2nd Floor
Tuesdays: 9 a.m. to 6:30 p.m.
the holiday with relatives in Oregon
Thursdays: 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Phone: Stayton 2274
City and Portland. They were guests
Office in Jenkins Bldg.. Mill City
at the home of her brother and family.
Mr. and Mrs. Willard Chamberlain
------ .___________ ~- have sold their home in Fox Valley to
Spud Prices Lowered
All Along by O.P.S.
Salem Heavy Hauling & Equipment Co
Kit ❖ Traveleze
South Side Trailers
Directory - Professional
HEWITT, ESTEP & SORENSEN
Oak Park Motel
Attorneys at Law
180 N. Commercial
MIKE S Septic Service:
Septic Tanks and Sewers Cleaned •
Phone SALEM 3-9468. COLLECT •
1079 Elm St., W Salem
How to Treat
J. W. GOIN
Far Beyond the Price
OUR PLEDGE TO YOU FOR 1952
1951 Plymouth Belvedere.......... .......................... $2125
Only 13,000 actual mileage. This car is only 9 mos. old.
Beautiful tu-tone maroon and gray color. White wall tires.
For tut. bkurd rtllef from »or», fiery.
Itching. simpl* FU*s. *rt CHDfAROID from
roar drutrlat. are hoe fast It uiuellf
•oothee ewey pain, serene**. luhiv. nerr-
ousnese See how It tool* fiery burning and
help* «brink and heel swollen tissues
Wonder-soothing CHIHAROm must proee a
bleaaln* to you or money back la *uarauveed
General Dry Goods
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IT PAYS TO ADVERTISE
in THE ENTERPRISE
Modern Funeral Service
Garbage, ashes, trimmings, etc.
weekly pickups 11.50 per month
HARLOW L. WEINRICK
Also light hauling.
Attorney at lax
1951 Packard *200* 4-Dr. Sedan
“Was a nervous wreck
from agonizing pain
until I found Pazo!”
swys Mr». 4. W., San Antonio, Taiaa
Speed amasmg relief from miseries of
simple piles, with soothint Pazo*' Acts
to relieve pain, itching inimily- soothe*
inflamed tissue*—lubricate* dry. hard
ened part*—help* prevent cracking, sore-
news—reduce swelling. You get real com
forting help Don't suffer needless torture
from simple pile*. Get Pazo for fa«t. won
derful relief. Ask your doctor about it.
Suppository form —also tubes with per
forated pile pipe for easy application.
Only 5,000 actual mileage.
wall tires. Radio, heater.
Sleek light gray color, white
Buy this and save hundreds
1951 Ford Custom V-8 4-Dr. Sedan
Only 8,000 actual mileage. Light green color. White wall
tires. Overdrive, radio, heater. Beautiful special upholstery.
OUR SELECTION IS COMPLETE.
Salem Automobile Co.
HOME OF CHRYSLER — PLYMOUTH
405 — 435 — 495 N. Commercial St.