The Mill City enterprise. (Mill City, Or.) 1949-1998, October 09, 1952, Page 7, Image 7

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    T—THE MILL CITY ENTERPRISE
October 9, 1952
Wants and Sales
If JVs in the Canyon, lt’s Advertised in The Enterprise!
FOR SALE—25 acres, no buildings,
FOR RENT—2-bedroom house, newly
AVON COSMETICS
plenty of alder wood on it. $75 per
decorated outside and inside. Mod­
acre, cash or terms. See Joe Novak.
See Mrs. R. G. Herlofsen, white
ern, See Glen Shelton, Mill City. house across from Martin’s trailer
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40-3p court on NW. 7th Ave.
Box 658, Mill City. TYPEWRITERS AND ADDING Ma­
FOR RENT—One-bedroom duplex in
chines. We sell, rent, repair and
Swift addition. Inquire at Enter­
swap all makes. Trade your old
prise office or at W. L. Peterson FOR SALE—9-room house, one mile
machine towards a new one.
east of Gates on the old county road:
ROEN, 456 Court St.. Salem.
residence in Swift addition.
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one single axle logging trailer, E.
T. Weaver, Gates.
40-3p FURNITURE REBUILT and Uphol­
SEE US FOR GOOD Real Estate
stered, latest fabrics and plastics.
buys in Canyon area.
Listings
EXPERT AUTO and home radio
Call 4884 for etsimates. Stayton
wanted.
See GLEN SHELTON,
service, 20 years experience, all
Upholstery.
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salesman with C. E. COVILLE,
makes. Guaranteed service.
Broker, west side Mill City. Phone :
Stiffler's Radio and Appliance.
2207.
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REAL ESTATE
FOR SALE—One-wheel trailer; and
FOR SALE—5 ac. with partly finished
New
1952 Detroiter trailer house,
new 12-gauge pump shotgun, will
house, water system on place, more
3734-ft. inside, modern.
trade gun for 16-gauge pump gun.
land available, $2500. $150.00 down
Ray Lord, Gates.
41-3p
3-bedroom house for rent.
and rest like rent. See Joe Novak.
Apartments for rent.
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Highway and river frontage
washing machine, very clean, $20.
WANTED TO BUY — Clean peeled
for sale.
Phone 3478, Mill City.
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Douglas fir poles, delivered to
Lyons yard. For further informa­ BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY —Oper-
See W. R. HUTCHESON
tion call or write Allen Gould, 1424
At Gates Furniture Store
ator
wanted
for
new
service
station,
Filbert Ave.. Lebanon, phone 5745,
latest equipment. Business partial­
Puget Timber Co. of Oregon. 24tf
ly established. Ph. 7-F-83 Stayton
LOST — Ladies Benrus wrist watch,
or see J. R. Welz, Sublimity. 41-1 p
have serial number for identifica­
tion. Phone 4503, Mill City. Re­ SPORTSMEN—Join the North San-
tiam Sportsman’s club now. We are
ward.
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devoted to game conservation and
propagation and need your help.
NEED A TELEPHONE’ —Stop in
KEEP OREGON GREEN
Only $1.00 per year, you will have
and see the new Lech combination
that much fun at one meeting.
desk or wall phone, also used
Enquire at Enterprise office, or see
phones from $10.00 up. Telephone
Jerry Coffman, at Ken Golliet’s. 9
and Hearing Aid batteries stocked.
Stiffler's Radio and Appliance.
FOR SALE—3-bedroom home, 5 yrs.
old, fl. furnace, Eng. style, bath,
FOR SALE—10x12 saw filing shed,
plenty of built-ins, on big lot, $6500,
located next to Al’s Union Station,
easy terms. Write Charles Wolver­
Mill City; also a McKaskil sewing
ton, 4408 N. Stevens, Tacoma, Wash,
machine in good condition.
Set
Mrs. John Nelson, phone 1241. 40-2p
or see Dave Reid.
LOOK TO US FOR
yoiiR monewmw
• What a comfort it is, in
time of serious illness, to
know that hands—skilled
and experienced in the
task assigned—serve you
with painstaking care.
Your prescription is im­
portant to you— and to us.
ahd M0RE fe
^alem
WITH
✓
FREE!
PRESCRIPTIONS
WHEN IN SALEM
Visit
HUDSON CITY”
Home of GOOD Used Cars
FOR AMy FILLED
PEN NY/AVER BOOK
HUDSON
Sales — Parts — Service
SHROCK'S
Silver Saddle
316 N. Church St.
Phone 3-9101
LEGAL ADVERTISING
STATE TIMBER SALE
Oral bids will be received by the
State Forester or his authorized rep­
resentative, acting in behalf of the
State of Oregon, by and through its
Board of Forestry, at the office of the
State Forester, 2600 State Street,
Salem, Oregon, at 1 p.m. Standard
Time, October 15, 1952, for all desig­
nated merchantable timber, standing
or down, located within the posted
timber sale boundaries of the Sale
Areas 1 and 2, said sale areas being
situated in all or part of the following
described lands in Marion County,
Oregon:
Sale Area 1: S's Section 14; S*-j Sec­
tion 15; SE1« Section 16; NE1»
North of Road No. 20 in Section 21;
all Section 22; all Section 23; N*4,
SE1» Section 26; E’-sNEi.j Section
27; all in Township 9 South, Range
4 East, W.M.
Sale Area 2: SE^SEt« Section 20;
S*2, S4NEt4 South of Road No. 20
in Section 21; all in Township 9
South, Range 4 East, W.M.
DON'T think you have to swel­
ter indoors simply because there
are no facilities on the porch or
terrace for ironing, cooking, eating,
sewing, night-time recreation and
entertaining.
Struckmeier home Saturday for a visit
were his brother-in-law and his sister.
Dr. and Mrs. Van Bilyeu, from Laguna
George Arthurs returned home Sat­ Beach, Calif.
Mrs. Harry Keiser has been ill for
urday from Spokane, Wash., where he
had spent the week visiting the homes the past two weeks and under a doc­
of his borthers, Ray and James tor’s care at her home, but is reported
to be much improved.
Arthurs.
Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Burgess from I Ed Davis, hospitalized at the Salem
Klamath Falls were guests at the home ' Memorial hospital for the past week
of her sister and family, Mr. and Mrs. ; who was scheduled to undergo surgery
Merle Devine, the last of the week. 1 Tuesday of last week, contracted a
They also visited relatives in Mill City | cold and the operation was postponed
until the condition was checked.
and Lyons.
Mr. and Mrs. George Clise have as
Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Brosig have
returned to Gates to make their home their guests her mother, Mrs. Ida May
after having resided in Mill City for Little from Romoland, Calif., and Mr.
several months.
They have rented and Mrs. Mrs. L. W. Arnold of Comp­
ton, Calif. Mrs. Little will remain at
the Helvey home.
her daughter's home while Mr. and
The freshmen class of the high
Mrs. Arnold visit other parts of
school Friday evening in the gymnas­
NOTICE OF FINAL SETTLEMENT ium. Games, dancing and plenty of Oregon.
Mayor Ray Lord and Councilmen
No. 14,747
good eats were the order of the eve­
.Walter Brisbin, Albert Millsap, and
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ning.
Floyd Völkel have filed for re-election
STATE OF OREGON FOR THE
Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Hutcheson re­
| to the council at the coming election,
COUNTY OF MARION
turned Thursday from a two week va-
i Others filing are A. T. Barnhardt and
DEPARTMENT OF PROBATE
cation spent in California. Mrs. M.
W. S. Hudson. The city election will
In the Matter of the Estate of
B. Peetz, of Oakland accompanied
MARY FRANCES McCLELLAN, I them home and will make an extended be held in November at the regular
election.
Only those living within
Deceased.
| visit here at the Hutcheson home.
NOTICE is hereby given that the
I the city limits will be entitled to vote
undersigned has filed his FINAL AC­ Mrs. Peetz is Mrs. Hutcheson's i for the councilmen.
COUNT as Administrator of the mother.
Clarence Johnson, who has been con­
Estate of MARY FRANCES Mc­
CLELLAN, Deceased, with the County fined to his bed at home for several
Clerk of Marion County, Oregon, and i weeks following a heart attack, is
the Court has fixed Monday, Novem­ reported to be much better.
ber 10, 1952, at the hour of 9:15 o’clock
Guests the first of the week at the
of the forenoon of said day as the home of Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Struck­
time, and the Court Room of the Cir­
cuit Court, Department of Probate, in meier were her daughter and family
the Temporary Court House at Salem, ' of Portland, Mr. and Mrs. Charles
Marion County, Oregon, as the place Stutzman and two sons, Billie and
for hearing objections, if any, to the Jimmie, of Portland. Arriving at the
Final Account so filed.
Date of first publication October
9, 1952.
WE SELL BETTER
DAVID S. McCLELLAN,
CARS FOR LESS!
Administrator.
HEWITT, ESTEP & SORENSEN,
Attorneys for Estate
41-5
Salem, Oregon.
GATES
Bid award for each area shall be
based upon a percentage of the aver­
age selling price of graded logs in the
Columbia River as determined by the
State Forester for the quarter ending
June 30, 1952.
Prospective bidders should secure a
copy of the written prospectus, cover­
ing terms of the sale, from the State
Forester, 2600 State Street, Salem,
Oregon, or from Elmer Taylor, Me­
hama, Ore.
Entry to the sale area is regulated
by permit closure. Interested parties
desiring to inspect the area may secure
entry permits from: (1) Keith Phil­
lips, fire warden at Mehama; (2) State
Forester’s Office, Salem; (3) or from
a man to be stationed at Niagara be­
tween the hours of 10 a.m. and 4 p.m.
on the dates of September 26 and 29,
1952.
39-41
4
WHEEL DRIVE
gets you therel
GENE TEAGUE
CHEVROLET
WE ARE PLEASED
TO SERVE YOU!
SERVICE STATION & TRAILER COURT
Mill City
Stayton
Mom's and Pop's
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CAFE
A Friendly Place
Mill City
r
Tubes
Tires
Batteries Accessories
Business
Chiropractic Physician
Post Office Building. 2nd Floor
Phone: Stayton 2274
Stay ton. Ore.
318 Broadalbin
GARBAGE
servici :
Phone SALEM 3-9468, COLLECT
1079 Elm St., W. Salem
Albany
S ore P iles
Don't let lore, fiery, painful. Itching
«Imple Piles drive you nearly crazy. In 15
minutes CHINAROID »tarts flving you
wonderful cor’ing. soothing temporary re­
lazing relief from pain, burning and itch­
ing or money back guaranteed Oenuino
CHIN A RO ID costs only Si 00 at druggists
Try it today for bet Ur sleep tonight and
a brighter tomorrow.
PHYSICIAN & SURGEON
Mill City
!
WEDDLE FUNERAL
HOME
MILL CITY
DISPOSAL SERVICE
Garbage, ashes, trimmings, etc.
weekly pickups $1.50 per month
Also light hauling
Modern Funeral Service
STAYTON
MILL CITY
DISPOSAL SERVICE
ELSNER
Motor Co
GATES
Phone 3952
LEONARD HERMAN
SALEM, ORE.
Septic Tanks and Sewers Cleaned
I aw
Attorneys at Law
180 N. Commercial
Phone 3-6412
J. W. GOIN
RICHARDS
TAVERN
$1.50 per month and up
Also serving Gatoo. Lyons.
Idanha and Detroit
MIKE'S Septic Service
HEWITT, ESTEP t SORENSEN
VETERINARIAN
STAYTON
Phone 4148
Opposite
Claude Lewia’ Service Station
4-WHEEL-DHIVE
WILLYS TRUCK
LICENSED
HARLOW L. WEINR1CK
Attorney at
To While Away
The 4-Wheel-Drive Willys
Truck, powered by the
high-compression HURRI­
CANE Engine, is a match
for any road—mud, sand
and snow—or for no road
at all. Ask us for a demon­
stration of the remarkable
pulling powerof this sturdy
truck. 118-in. w.b.; 5300
lbs. GVW.
Your Idle Hours
Directory - Professional
t DR. VICTOR J. MYERS
i
IT PAYS TO BUY AT
HOME!
We hope you are pleased
with our service.
Your Associated Dealer
DO transform th« porch or Iowa
into an outdoor living area by
installing handy outlets and dr*
cults for convenient u>e of iron,
roaster, table appliance», lamp«,
radio, sewing machine, etc.
OREGON
léonard Herman
Phone 3952
WHITIES
SANTIAM CAFE
SPECIALIZING IN DINNERS
THE WAY BOYS
From the Heart of Texas
Orchestra Saturday Nights
OPEN: 2:30 p.m. to 2:30 a m
CLOSED MONDAYS