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About The Mill City enterprise. (Mill City, Or.) 1949-1998 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 6, 1952)
November 6. 1952
THE MILL CITY ENTERPRISE
ONE LITTER-21/2 TONS
church parsonage Sunday afternoon
from two to five o’clock, in honor of
their 25th wedding anniversary.
Mrs. Archie Brenneman is conval
The Friendship class, a young ma-
tron’s group of the Presbyterian escing in Memorial hospital this week
church Sunday school, packed and where she underwent an operation
sent two laige boxes of woolen cloth- ■on Tuesday of this week. Mr. Bren-
ing Monday morning for relief io < neman is the local police officer.
Korea. Meeting to do the packing
RALEIGH HAROLD, Florist, open
job were Rev. and Mrs. Noble Street- ! Sundays and evenings, flowers tele
er, Mrs. Mary Kelly, Mrs. Louise graphed anywhere. Funeral sprays,
Armstrong and Mrs. Bertha Balti- 1 planters, pot plants, corsages, wed
dings, also shrubs and landscaping
The Friendship class it sponsoring ■319 W. Washington, Stayton. Phone
the sale of Christmas cards, wrap- 3684.
pings and stationery gift items dur Mrs. Charles Wolverton and son
ing the month of November. The Lincoln drove down from their home
»ale started Monday of this week in in Tacoma this week to pick up some
the Mill City bank lobby. Mrs. Her belongings they had stored in their
bert Schroeder and Mrs. Delbert HiU home in Swift addition. They have
were in charge the first day to get recently sold their home here, They
the sale started.
attended the PTA International din
The intermediate boys and girls ner Thursday of this week and report
Sundays school classes of the Pres the dinner was very delicious.
byterian church held a Halloween
Local church people who went to
party Friday evening in the church , Silverton to attend the recent district
2'A TONS OF PORK FROM ONL , feed. Prof. H. G. Zavoral of the
recreation rooms. Helping with the meeting of the Ninety and Nine men’s i
PIG IN 6 MONTHS-This litter | University of Minnesota (far
boys and girls were Rev. and Mrs, organization were Hugh Jull, minister j
of 18 Farmer’s Hybrid pigs re ; right) was on hand to make the
Streeter, Mrs. Vern Clark and the of the local Christian church, George
cently set a new world record for | 180-day weight official. The heavi
class teachers, Mrs. Clyde Rogers and Ditto and Irl Plymale. Young people,
six months weight — a total of est pig weighed 342 pounds, the
Mrs. Clayton Baltimore.
4.992 pounds. Owned by Lawrence lightest 226 pounds This is the
representing the local Christian |
The Mill City Ministerial associa church at the C. E. rally in
Meyer of Spring Grove, Minn, first ye<.r synthetic milk has been
'left) the champion litter was available Meyer says the pigs
tion met Monday morning in the Free Sunday afternoon were Willa* and
raised on Terralac, synthetic sow's might have been largely lost by
Methodist church. Plans were mad«' Robert Loucks, Barbara ________
milk, and terramycin-fortifled dry i starvation if farrowed a year ago.
for the showing of the film, “The and Ralph Jull.
38th Parallel”, and also for a Union
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Wingo at-
Thanksgiving service, to be held on tended the square dance held in Lyons tion. They are former residents of i and is in his office again after more
Wednesday, November 26, 7:30 p,m. Saturday night.
Mill City while Mr. Keen was eni- than two weeks absence,
in the Presbyterian church.
Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Keen of Port ployed on the dam construction work.
Minister and Mrs. H. E. Jull will land drove from Portland Tuesday in While here they called on old friends
hold open house at the Christian order to cast their ballots in the elec- I for a short visit.
Byron Davis got his buck on the
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I last day of the hunting season—says
I he waited until the last day so every act to amend the Chai ter of the City
one else could get their meat first.
of Mill City, Oregon, by amending
Dr. Jack Reid, Mill City physician Chapter III, Sections 6 to 12 and
has recovered from a recent illness adding a new section providing for
and relating to the appointive and
elective officials, providing for the
election of a Mayor, Recorder-Treas
urer and Municipal Judge and the
THANK HEAVENS! Most attacks are just acid
qualification, of voters.”
Indigestion When It strikes, take Bell-ans
It is the belief of the council that
tablets. They contain the fastest-acting
medicines known to doctors for the relief of
only the mayor should be elected, so
heartburn, gas and similar distress. 35<.
At the Bottom of the Hill
that they can hold better control over
the offices of recorder-treasurer and
municipal judge, while the propon
ents of the referendum feel that these
officials should all be elected. The
later feel that their amendment is
passed since there is no conflict with
the other measure but merely goes
farther and includes all city officers
Many voters marked their ballots
with a “Yes” on both amendments,
while it may have simplified matters
if the voter had voted “Yes” on one
measure and "No” on the other. A I
sizeable number were so marked, and
several were not marked at all.
Our Great America A
Mill City Ordinance--
a Dull Moment
MILL CITY TAVERN
Salem Heavy Hauling & Equipment Co
1405 N. Front St.
2-1924; Night 2-4417
HAULING AND MOVING HEAVY MACHINERY
and Mill Equipment Up To 25 Tons
** AUNT JEMIMA
Including DR and HD14 Cats, and se-yard shovels.
Complete Rigging Outfit, Winch Trucks, Low-bed Trailers
STOP FOR SCHOOL BUSES!
DELICIOUS PANCAKES I
Girods Super Market
On f/te Highway at STAYTON
Aunt Jemima Pancake Flour
.J’i-lb pkg. 45c
10-Ib bag 1 ,09
1-lb 4-oz. box 16c
Aunt Jemima Buckwheat Pancake
1-lb l-o/. J gc
Sw ift's Swiftning, 3-lb can
Champion Salad Dressing, qt. 45c
Champion Sandwich Spread, qt. 45c
Campbell's Tomato Juice. 16-oz can
2 for 49c
Dennison’s Catsup. 1 l-oz. bottle
Finer Toilet Tissue, I rolls
Log Cabin Syrup, med. size
Navy Beans, Budget Pak
2-lb pkg 25c
\ alley King Raisins, 1-lb pkg. 59c
Del Monte Crushed Pineapple. 2s 25c
Del Monte Sliced Pineapple. 2s
Del Monte Stewed Tomatoes. 2s
Mill Race Beans No. 303. 2 cans 25c
Folger's Coffee. Ib
3-11) box 39c
RADISHES and GREEN
2 bunches 0C
2 lbs. 19c
Blue Bird Tube Tomatoes, 23c each
Fresh Ground Beef
Turkeys. Earm Fresh
Armour Star Sliced Bacon
2 bunches 29c
SCHOOL . BUS
Still confused about Oregon's s<
roadway you must stop when meeting
n roadways having three or more
the bus. After having stopped, yo
or crossing the roadway. To assist in
ar ? cc luipped with red stop signal arms t <•’1 m »»» stop for the bus whether or not the stop arm is
rii^piAved I se of this sicnal by the bus driver '■mpl, indicates the Mtuat'on requires you io remain
skipped The I w applies equally to city streets and rural roads and highways.