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About The Mill City enterprise. (Mill City, Or.) 1949-1998 | View Entire Issue (July 23, 1953)
5—THE MILL CITY ENTERPRISE
Mr. and Mrs. Melvin LaVine and
daughter Sharon and Mr. and Mrs.
Jack Scott spent Saturday night and
Sunday fishing at Newport. They
reported no fish when they returned
here Sunday night.
Mr. and Mrs. Tom Morgan are the
proud parents of a daughter born,
July 17, at the Stayton hospital. She
has been named Pamela Jean. Mrs.
Morgan and the new baby came home
Sunday. Grandparents are Mr. and
Mrs. Chas. Mason and Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and M ik John Namislo of Arthur Morgan of Mill City.
Mr. and Mrs. Bob Trask and child Philadelphia, Penn., arrived Friday
Bookkeeping, Accounting and
Mr. and Mrs. Glen Anglesey and
ren of Albany, visited Sunday at the evening and are visiting at the home
ho.me of Mrs. Trask’s parents, Mr. of their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. his parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Angle
and Mrs. Dub Stswart. They expect sey and Mrs. Emma Teeter, were din
and Mrs. R. L. Faust.
Corner 3rd 4k Marion
to be here until Monday.
ner guests' late in the afternoon, at
the home of Mr. and Mrs. Eldred
Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Barr of Le- ’
Mr. and Mrs. Court Rue and fam Burton, residing near Jordan. Glen
P.O. Box 1321
banon, vsited at the home of Art
ily moved last week to Rockaway, Anglesey is Mrs. Burton’s brother
Oregon, where Mr. Rue took over his and the John Anglesey’s, her parents.
i new duties as chief of police. The
Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Swan and Rue family had been residents of Mill
Miss Patricia Brown, daughter of
son Lynn, of Portland, spent the City about eight years.
Mr. and Mrs. Russ Brown, and Mar
weekend with the formers parents,
lene Tickle, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Swan.
Mr. and Mrs. Martin Jepsen plan Bill Tickle, returned Sunday from a
to leave Friday for Redding Califor two weeks visit in San Diego, Cal.
Mr. and Mrs. Ken Pickett and son nia, where the former will be employ While there they were guests at the
Kenny, of Portland, visited Sunday ed in logging operations for a time. home of Mr. and Mrs. John Milten-
11.50 per month and up
at the D. W. Moffatt home. The The J.epsons are former operators of berger and other friends.
Also serving Gates, Lyons,
group spent the afternoon picnicing the Mar-Deen cafe here.
Idanha and Detroit
at Taylor’s Grove.
Miss Mary Holthouse, who is secre
Don Macfarlane of Salem began tary to the Dean of Agriculture at
Mr. and Mrs. Charley Stewart, Mr. working at the Hilltop Market Mon Oregon State College, Corvallis, was
and Mrs. Larry Young and Mr. and day of this week. Mr. and Mrs. Mac an overnight guest of the Charles
Mrs. Dub Stewart and children, Ca farlane plan to move this weekend to Kellys Saturday night. Sunday night,
rol and Charley, spent Sunday fishing an acreage between here and Stayton, the Kelly’s daughter, Leia Kelly, who
at Clear Lake.
is employed at Bruckman’s at Brei-
which they purchased recently.
tenbush, was at home. Mrs. A. A.
The Three-Links club met Tuesday Holthouse was the guest of Mrs. W.
evening at the Frank Jackson home W. Allen while in Mill City.
with twelve members of the Order
Mr. and Mrs. Lowell Cree drove to
present. After a short business meet
ing and social hour, the hostess, Mrs. Roseburg. Oregon, Sunday, to visit at
the home of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Cree.
Jackson, served refreshments.
Their son Donald, who had spent some
Born to Mr. and Mrs. William K. time in Roseburg, returned home with
McCoy, of Mill City, a girl on July 17, them that evening. Paul Cree is re
at the Salem Memorial hospital. The covering from serious injuries •uf-
new arrival, who has been named Re fered in a logging accident, and still
becca Ann, is the first great grand has a cast on his neck, which was bro-
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Smith ken in the accident.
of this city.
Four generations made up the
Few members attended the Eastern group of over-night guests at the
Star picnic of the local chapter, held Verne Clark home recently. They were
Sunday at Humbug National Park. Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Clark of Helena,
The small crowd present was attrib Oklahoma, and their daughter Mrs.
uted to conflicting activities held at William York and her daughter Mrs.
the same time. Mrs. Halle Toman and Fred Powell and her three sons, Ger
Betty Kinney were in charge of re ry, Gale and Terry, of Yakima, Wash.
Lewis Clark and Verne Clark are
Subscribers to The Enterprise since
Mrs. F. R. Olin of Vernonia, Mr.
last listed are: James R. Olson, W. S.
ReMine, Lowell Fleetwood, James and Mrs. Frederick Olin of Klamath
Swan, Hiram E. Smith, Paul H. Ress Falls, Ore., Mr. and Mrs. Vincent
ler, Verne Shaw and Mrs. C. A. Bru Gowan of Whidby Island, Wash., Pearl |
der, all of Mill City; Verne H. Clark Holthouse and daughter Mary from I
and Charley Ball, of Lyons; Idanha Corvallis, Ore., spent the weekend 1
Super Service, Idanha. Renewing visiting at the Frank Potter and W. |
their subscriptions were Ken Golliet, W. Allen homes. The Olins lived in
of Mehama, Byron Bates of Lyons, A. Mill City some fifteen years ago.
IN 30 SECONDS
T. Barnhart of Gates and A. W. To Sunday afternoon Mr. and Mrs.
man of Mill City. Other new subscrib Charles Gentry of Salem. Mr. and Mrs.
ers are Mrs. W. C. Epps of Portland Curtis Cline, Mr. and Mrs. D. B.
and Mrs. A. P. Hoffman of Pasco.
Hill, Mrs. W. Robinson, Mr. and Mrs,
Charles Kelly and Johnnie, all of this
were also guests at the Potter
Business and Professional city,
W. N. SIMMONS
Hugh Walkup of Salem visited his
grandparente, Mr. and Mrs. Hugh
Walkup of this city, several days last
Donald Howe, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Clarence Howe, and Donald Hutchin
son, son of Mr. and Mrs. E. N. Hutch
inson, is attending Boys Ninety-Nine
camp at Turner this week. This camp
is under the auspices of the First
H A M B I R G E R
and Ice Cream
Enterprise Class Ads Pay
MILL CITY MEAT MARKET
Quality Meats and Groceries
Of All Nations
All you have to do to get one of these
$2.50 dolls is to
SAVE YOUR CASH REGISTER
SLIPS until your have $39 worth
Turn in the slips and you get your
CHOICE OF 12 DOLLS
John W. Reid, MD.
Physician & Surgeon
Stop in and let us test your watch. Our scientific
'"WatchMaster" will print a record automatically,
showing the exact condition of your watch. And,
ii it requires regulation or repair, your watch will
receive the attention of an expert craftsman.
Prompt and economical service with all work elec
tronically checked for accuracy.
Have your watch "WatchMaster" tested, today.
DR. VICTOR .1. MYERS
Post Office Building. 2nd Floor
Phone: Stayton 2274
Watches and Watch Repairing
P. O. Box 215
Mill City, Oregon
General I»ry Goods
This office received a communica
tion from Adelbert A. Allen of New
York, asking for a change of ad
dress. His letter appears in part: “It
appears that there has been a change
in the editorial staff, that 1 was not
aware of. You see I missed several
papers during my changing around
from pillars to posts as the saying
goes. It has been hot as hades here in
New York these last few days and
during the Shriners convention the
heat wave never let up but blasted the
men in their fine uniforms so that
they were wet and wilted by the time
they finished their grand parade and
everyone who was watching them pass
by was also wet and wilted. All of the
cold drink stands was sold out of
supplies, so most of us went home
with a dry throat, that is to the local
district where I got refreshed.”
JULY 29 Thru AUG. 1
Modern Funeral Service
tteptlc Tanka and Sewers Cleaned •
Phone SALEM J MBH. COLLECT*
1079 Kim St.. W. Salem
Garbage, ashes, trimmings, etc.
weekly pickups $1.50 per month
Also light hauling.
with Tomato Sauce
and Cheese Nalley’s
WE ARE ALWAYS OPEN ON SUNDAY
From 10:00 A. M. Until 5:00 P. M.
By Shopping at
Red & White Store
Mill City, Oregon
This advertisement is appearing in 19 newspapers within rom-
pany service areas of Linn. Benton, Polk, Lincoln. Marion and
Has moved his Mill City office to
Stayton in the Pont Office Bldg-
2nd Floor, in the
Dr. Victor J. Myers offices
Thursdays 1 p.m. to 6 p.m.
313 W. FIRST. ALBANY
You can mail a check with-
out fear of loss. It doesn’t
become money until receiv
ed, endorsed and deposited
by the one for whom it’s
intended. Your cancelled
check then becomes a bona-
fide receipt that ends all ar
guments before they begin.
Pay all your bills via check
. . . without taking a step
outside your home. Know
“A Self-SupporUn<, Tax-Paying. Private Enterprise"
MIKE'S Septic Service:
Bigger and better than ever! Fun is in store for both
young and old with 2 parades, square dancing, and a big
bean feed. Let's all attend the 4 big days of celebration.
Mountain States Power Company
Corned Beef Hash K 29c
sez . . .
Beans & Franks iS 25c
J. W. GOIN
Claude lewis’ Service Station
LET'S MAKE A
DATE FOR THE
For That Weekend Trip or Sunday Picnic we Suggest
where your money goes . . .
how much you paid to whom
for what. Statements and
cancelled checks are return
cd to you regularly. Start a
checking account today!
MILL CITY STATE BANK
MEMBER FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORP.