The Mill City enterprise. (Mill City, Or.) 1949-1998, August 13, 1953, Page 2, Image 2

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Mrs. Virginia Harris and her daug­
hter Vicki, and her brother, Gene Sla-
tor, of California, neice and nephew
of Dewey Flatman, visited here re­
cently. Mrs. Harris was called home
by her mother’s illness and her and
returned home, accompanied by Sha- daughter left by plane for Calif. Word
yon Gallagher of Seattle, who is a has been received that her mother is
improving.
guest at the Blazek home.
Mrs. Frank Blazek drove to Long-
view, Wash., Saturday morning where
•bn visited relativos until Monday.
Her daughter, Carol Jane, who had
spent a week in Longview and Seattle
Mrs. Ruth Witt spent the weekend
at Oceanside at the beach home of
the Roy O. Fishers. She was accom­
panied by Ruby Tohl, who went on to
Tillamook on business. Mr. Tohl is
owned and manager of one of the lar­
gest ranches in Tillamook county. On
Sunday they all enjoved the boat ra­
ces on the Nehalem river.
Social Events
CLUB, LODGE, AND LOCAL ACTIVITIES
der, Mrs. Inez Ring, Mrs. Elva Kui-
ken, Mrs. Pearce, Mrs. Allen, Mrs.
White, Jeantee Huffman, Mary Jo
LYONS—The Womens Society of Cruson, Bonnie Cruson, Kathleen Kui-
Christian Service held their meeting ken, and Carolyn Helemn.
at the Glen Julian home Tuesday with
a picnic in the grove. A pot luck din­ Santiam Rebekah Lodge
ner was served during the noon hour. Meets Here Wednesday
A short business meeting was held
Santiam Rebekah lodge of this
with many plans made. Thursday city, met Wednesday evening at the
evening, August 20, was the date set IOOF hall, with about 25 members of
for the ice cream social to be held on the Order present, and Mrs. Antonia
the lawn at the Julian home. It was
Thomas, noble grand, presiding.
also voted to clean end do some de­
A decision was made to install sev­
corating at the parsonage as well as eral new officers at the next meeting,
furnish it before the new minister ar­
to fill vacancies created by members
rives, who is expected some time this moving away. In a contest held by
week.
the lodge members on “good of the
Present for the meeting were Mes-
dames George Huffman, Charles Cru­ order,” the loosing side will have
son, Leonard Cruson. Willard Hart­ charge of the August 19th meeting ac­
nell, E. L. Roye, Virgil Rogers, Wilson tivities.
At the close of the meeting, George
Stevens, Loren Chamberlain, Van Pri­
chard, Chester Roy, Kenneth Helemn, Veteto furnished refreshments.
Albert Julian, Alex Bodeker, Glen
Julian, Floyd Bassett, Alice Huber, GATES WOMANS CLUB HAS
Mrs. Catherine Julian, Mrs. Viola Zan- POT LUCK LUNCHEON
GATES—The social meeting of the
Gates Womans Club was held at the
| home of Mrs. John Watson, Thurs­
day afternoon. A no-hostess luncheon I
I was served at 1:30 o’clock at the fa-
| mily picnic grounds on the bank of
the river just above the old Niagara
Dam. After lunch, several of the
“more spry” ladies hiked down the
I steep trail to view the dam.
Members present were the hostess,
Mrs. Watson and children, Mrs. Mar­
gie Anderson, Linda and Linette, Mrs.
W. R. Hutcheson, Mrs. Burrel Cole,
Mrs. Laura Joaquin, Mrs. W. S. Hud-
i son, Mrs. Glen Henness, Mrs. Harry
Keister and Mrs. Albert Millsap.
WOMENS CHRISTIAN
SERVICE HAS PICNIC
MONEY
4
WORTH
OF
Run a Food Mixer 5 Hours
Toast 30 Slices of Bread
Give You 8 Half-Hour Radio
Programs
Iron 30 Table Napkins
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Altar Society Holds
Meeting at Pietrok Home
Keep Your Food Frozen for 8 Hours
in a Home Freezer
Clean 18 Room Size Rugs
Cook a Meal for One Person
Run a Fan 6 Hours
With the extra traction of
4 - wheel drive and the
power of its high-compres­
sion HURRICANE Engine,
this "go-anywhere” Willys
Truck gets through mud,
snow and sand that stop
ordinary trucks. Ask us for
a demonstration. 118-in.
wheelbase, 53OOlbs.GVW.
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The averaqe family gets TWICE
AS MUCH Electricity for its
money as it did 20 years ago!
ELSNER
Motor Co
Mountain States Power Co.
“A Self-Supportinx, Tax-Pa.vinx. Private Enterprise'
Business and Professional
DIRECTORY
Quality Job Priming at
Mill City Enterprise
Physician & Surgeon
Mill City
DR. VICTOR J. MYERS
Chiropractic Physician
Post Office Building. 2nd Floor
Phone: Stay ton 2274
Stayton, Ore.
WOOD’S STORE
General Dry Goods
NOTIONS
IAN G ERIE
READY-TO-WEAR
HOSIERY
I. C ZIERS CX)SMETIOS
J. W. GOIN
VETERINARIAN
STAYTON
Phone 4148
Opposite
Claude Lewis’ Service Station
WEDDLE FUNERAL
HOME
Modern Funeral Service
STAYTON
OREGON
MIKE'S Septic Service
Septic Tanka and Sewers Cleaned
Phone SALEM 3-9408. (XH.I.ECT
1079 Elm St., W. Salem
LYONS—The Altar Society of the
St. Patrick Catholic church held their
meeting at the home of Mrs. Phillip
MILL CITY
Pietrok. Plans were completed for the
bazaar dinner to be held Sunday, Au­
DISPOSAL SERVICE
gust 23.
Garbage, ashes, trimmings, etc.
Present for the meeting were Mes-
dames Heiman Free, Mike Schwindt,
weekly pickups $1.50 tier month
Jim Phelps, Lavern Spitz, Sam Brid­
Also light hauling.
ges. Mike Fink, John Jungwirth, Mer-
Leonard
Herman
Phone 3952
ril Brassfield, Pat Lyons, Mrs. Beh­
rens, Mrs. Fromherz, Mrs. Wagner «nBBBBBOGBOBBBBBBBBBBBBBZBl
and Father Bernard.
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TAKE YOU THROUGH
WHEN OTHERS CAN'T!
IT'S A FACT!
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WHEEL
DRIVE
WILLYS
FLFCTRICITY
W’dtclo^his
TH I RSDAY, AUGUST 13, 1953
I 2—THE MILL CITY ENTERPRISE
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Warner and
family of Oregon City, spent the
week-end with the former’s parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Jahnke.
DR. MARK
Mr. and Mrs. Bill Blanchard of Can­
by, Oregon, were guests Sunday at the
Dewey Flatman home. Mr. Blanchard
and Mrs. Flatman are cousins.
Has moved his Mill City office to
Stayton in the Post Office Bldg.,
2nd Floor, in the
Dr. Victor J. Myers office®
Thursdays 1 p.m. to 6 p.m.
Otto Kiwneke returned to his duties
in the Mill City State Bank, Sunday
afternoon, after having spent the past
week visiting relatives in Portland.
This demonstration
showed me the way
to a better deal!
HAMMERICKSEN
REGISTERED OPTOMETRIST
HOME OFFICE:
313 W. FIRST, ALBANY
BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBB
Special Reduction
PRICES GOOD UNTIL AUGUST 15th
—Here’s the Sale You’ve Been looking For—
IN ORDER TO MAKE ROOM FOR NEW STOCK
WE ARE OFFERING
I’d been planning to buy a higher-priced car until
I found out all Chevrolet offered —
and how much I could save!
You get more power
on less gas
That’s because Chevrolet's two
great valve-in-head engines are
high-compression engines. In
Powerglide* models, you get
the most powerful engine in
Chevrolet’s field — the new
115-h.p. "Blue-Flame.” Gear­
shift models offer the advanced
108-h.p "Thrift-King" engine.
You're "sitting pretty
behind the wheel
Take this Bel Air model. First
thing you’ll notice is the qual­
ity of the interior. Rich-looking
appointments. Roomy seats
with foam rubber cushions.
Turn the key to start the en­
gine and you’re ready to go.
You can too all around
You look out and down
through a wide, curved, one-
piece windshield. The pano-
ramie rear window and big
side windows provide a clear
view in all directions.
Biggest brakes for
smoother, easier stops
An easy nudge on the pedal
brings smooth, positive response
—right now! Chevrolet's im­
proved brakes are the largest
in the low-price field.
It's heavier for
better roadability
You’re in for a pleasant sur­
prise at the smooth, steady,
big-car ride of this new Chev­
rolet. Dne reason is that, model
for model. Chevrolet will weigh
up to 200 pounds more than
the other low-prked cars.
You get greater getaway
with the new Powerglide*
A lot finer performance on a
lot less gas. That’s what you
get with the new Powerglide
automatic transmission. There’s
no more advanced automatic
transmission at any price.
on children’s, grow­
ing girls and ladies
shoes, oxfords, san­
dals and colored Keds.
Sizes 8*4 up
There are also some
men’s and boys’ shoes
and oxfords
And it's the
lowest-priced line
A demonstration will show vow
that Chevrolet offers just about
everything you could want. Yet
it’s the lowest-priced line in the
low-price field.
And to top it all off
we have a hot buy on
•Combination of Powerglide auto­
matic transmission and IlS-h p
"Blue-Flame" engine optional on
•"Two-Ten" and Bel Air models at
extra cost
RANCH RUGS
size 22x44 and 24x48
oval and oblong
Values $6.98 to $10.65
while thev last
Let us demonstrate
all the advantages
of buying a Chevrolet now/
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$2.98
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MOIE PIOPII BUY CHfVROUB THAN ANY OTRI I (All
Gene Teagve Chevrolet
Chevrolet Sales and Serviee
HILL TOP GENERAL STORE
YOUR MARSHALL WELLS STORE
Phone 2724
Mill City, Oregon
STAYTON’. OREGON
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