The Mill City enterprise. (Mill City, Or.) 1949-1998, June 18, 1953, Page 8, Image 8

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S—THE MILL CITY ENTERPRISE
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CULWELL—To Mr. and Mrs. El­
mer Culwell, Lyons, a daughter, June
16, a Salem Memorial hospital.
BAKER — To Mr. and Mrs.
Baker, Lyons, a son, June 14, at
tiam Memorial hospital.
SCHROEDER — To Mr. and
Lloyd Schroeder, Gates, a son,
15, at Santiam Memorial hospital.
ZIEBERT—To Mr. and Mrs. John
Ziebert, Idanha, a son, June 17, at i
Santiam Memorial hospital.
TOMPKINS — To Mr. and Mrs.
Wayne A. Tompkins, Idanha, a son,
June 11, at Salem Memorial hospital ,
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TOUGH, RUGGED COLD
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bite-through skid producing road
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Machinery
Hardware
Petroleum Products
Grinding and Mixing
Custom Cleaning
Seed Marketing
Household Appliances
Telephone 5021
STAYTON, ORE.
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TOP GRAPE FOODS
Box 65c
Giant Tide
Giant Joy .................... .... Box 65c
Dennison's Pork & Beans
2,/2 can..........................
19c
Mill Race Green Beans
No. 308 can
2 for 25c
Del Monte (’ream Style Corn
No. 303 can
2 for 35C
Dennison's Catsup
2 bottles 29c
Nucoa Margarine ._
in 27c
Del Monte Freestone Peaches
No. 2* 2 can..........
3 for
2-lb. loaf 89c
Velveeta
Fresh Corn
6 ears 39c
Radishes and Green Onions bun 5c
Detroit—Sgt. Norman Booker who
recently returned from Korea is a
gueet at the home of his aunt and
uncle, Mr. and Mrs. John Estey.
Sgt. Booker is a veteran of two
wars, having served in the occupation
army in Germany in World War II
and has returned from his recent trip
to Korea and Okinawa.
He is the son of Willard Booker
completing their freshman year at
of
Lebanon, former resident of De-
Oregon State. Miss Kelly will return
to Oregon State Tuesday to act as i troit.
He will report to an army camp in
advisor to a 4-H group of girls for
a short period.
1 California on June 30th.
NOW! END THE MESS
OF ICE TRAYS—
White Slafter Potatoes
California Cantalopes
Watermelons ...
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SEE this amazing Refrigerator Advance Today at
Salem Lighting & Appliance Co.
183 N. High Street
Court House Square
It’s our 50 th “birthday”
but you get the happy
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Super Market
Girods
On the Highway at STAYTON
Miracle Whip Salad Dressing, qt. 49c
Frisco Shortening
3-lb. can 89c
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several years ago; and the cities of
the Columbia Basin are still perilously
exposed to flood.
In order to meet the private-com­
pany objections, former Interior Sec­
retary Chapman had offered to set cense) would according to company
aside for Idaho Power company as figures, cost about $156,000,000, and,
much power as its dams would gen­ the company insists, would provide
erate. This would have left a million nearly as much power as the big fed­
kilowatts for public use.
eral structure, though no firm figures
Hell’s Canyon would have worked are given.
right into the great, unified multiple­
purpose plan to develop the gigantic
Columbia Basin. Senator Magnuson
of Washington says that without it, I
four big lower-river dams already
authorized (Ice Harbor, Lower Monu­ Miss Nellie Hathaway of Grants
mental, Little Goose and Lower Gran­ Pass arrived Tuesday for a visit with
ite) “appear unfeasible.” Together, her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lester
they would produce nearly 1,500,000 Hathaway.
Jimmy King of Goldendale, Wash.,
horsepower. To knock out Hell’s Can-
■ yon is to knock out any prospect of is spending the summer at the home
this much additional power, in other of his uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs.
words. To knock out Hell’s Canyon Bonnie Whitsett.
is apparently to knock out also any
Guests at the home of Mrs. Anna
prospect of the great Mountain Home N. Swift are Mr. and Mrs. Donald
irrigation extension, planned for Peterson (Miriam Swift) and three
daughters of Puyallup, Wash.
years.
Cost of Hell’s Canyon itself was
Gail Cruson, Ashland, was a guest
originally estimated at *357,000,000 of Betty Lou Cree Friday.
but even its proponents admit it would
The Mill City Lions club honored
cost more now. Taxpayers would get auxiliary members at their last meet­
back, with three percent interest, al) ing of the year, with a chicken din­
the cost save that allocated to navi­ ner Monday evening, June 8, at the
gation and flood control. Then they high school gym.
' would have had a huge, cost-paid
Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Hathaway and
1 power-plant for hundreds of years to two daughters left Sunday for a two
come.
weeks visit with relatives in Redding,
In contrast the three dams alleged­ Calif.
ly planned by the Idaho Power com­
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Chase and son
pany (though there is no compulsion Roy moved last week to Great Falls,
to build them at once if it gets a li- Mont.
They were accompanied by
Brooks Chandler.
Who will spend
several weeks with them. Chase is
employed driving a truck route from
Montana to Alaska over the Alcan
highway. Coming to Oregon for his
I family recently, he reported it was
necessary to make several detours be­
cause of flood conditions in Montana.
Leia Mel Kelly and Arlone Kuhl­
man returned home this week after
at
Betty Crocker Cake Mixes, 3 pkg 89c
Bisquick
Ige pkg. 39c
N' /f > FRJÛMTtU
ELEPHANTS
9Y R
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TRUNKS
Mill City’s American Legion Junior
I baseball team defeated Stayton's team
13 to 11 in a hotly contested game on
Allen Field Monday night.
Bill Hoffman pitched for the win-
i ning Mill City team. A good crowd
watched the Mill City youngsters fight
for their win over their lower can­
yon brothers.
MILL CITY
i;.M outitanding, exieptlonal value ...maximum safety and mileage
Feeds
Seed«
Fertilizer
AVCE
Most of us have been told that
the smallest mouse could bring ter­
ror to the greatest elephant by
crawling up inside the elephant's
trunk. Nothing is more ridiculous.
If a mouse should ever run up in­
side an elephant's trunk, it would
promptly be blown, as Carl Akeley
says, ’ into the next country.’’ Zoo
keepers have never observed that
elephants pay any attention what­
ever to the presence of mice.
Public Power-
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8y John Hervey Furbay, PkD.
Sgt. Norman Booker
Home From Korea
Junior Legionaires Beat
Stayton Ball Club
10 lbs. 29c
each 19c
lb 51
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MEAT
Picnics. Morrels
lb 49c
Sirloin Steak. Young Steer
lb 69c
Weiners. Cascade
1-tb cello 49c
Colored Fryers, Fresh pan ready
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when you buy it...worth more when you sell it!
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