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About The Mill City enterprise. (Mill City, Or.) 1949-1998 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 13, 1953)
S—THE MILL CITY ENTERPRISE
THURSDAY, AlGl'ST 13. 1953
Mr. and Mrs. Van Prichard are on
vacation this week. They are at Clat
skanie, visiting their son and daugh
ter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Dale Pric-
Don Peterson, sons Michael __
Gregory, drove down from Gresham
Saturday for Mr. Peterson to attend
to business matters. Billy Sullivan
returned home with them to visit a
week’s time with Michael Peterson
and Gregory remained at the Sullivan
home to be a guest of Jimmy Sulli
Mrs. Robert Schroeder of Klamath. vans.
Calif., a former resident of Mill City,
left Wednesday for her home after
several days spent here with old
Mrs. Carl Kelly and children and
Mrs. W. S. Remine and daughter are
spending several days at the Kelly
summer home at Roads End on the
Mr. and Mrs. Gene Johnson and
three children of Silverton, were
guests Saturday and Sunday at the
home of Mrs. Johnson’s parents, Mr.
and Mrs. C. A. Bruder.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Keller from
Oklahoma, expected to return home
this week, after visiting Mrs. Keller’s
parents, Mr. and Mrs. D. L. Drew at
Niagara, for a short time.
Mr. and Mrs. Lowell Stiffler and
sons, Wayne and Neal, spent the
week-end at Breitenbush. Lowell says
that fishing at that place is not so
good this time of the year.
Mrs. Paul Ressler »as honored Sun
day, on her birthday, when a group
of relatives and friends came to her
home to spend the day. bringing pot
luck dinner and presenting her with
gifts and flowers. Joining in the happy
occasion were Mr. and Mrs. John Sa
uer, Mr. and Mrs. L. Storm, Mr. and
Mrs. Don Storm and family, Mr. and
Mrs. Henry Paulson and Mrs. Nel
| Nelson, all of Salem; Hannis Paulson
' of Independence; Mr. and Mrs. Robert
Storm and family of Monmouth; Mr.
and Mrs. Roy Nelson and Bob Thomas
of Dallas; Henry Ressler, Mrs. Grace
Weeder and son, Mrs. F. Courtney and
son Dean of Scio.
Gooch Logging Supply
Everything for the Logger"
BASSETT’S WELDING SHOP
Branch Store Lyons
Sweet Home, Philomath
Mr. and Mrs. John Meals and family
have moved from Gates where they
made their home the past two years,
and will now live at Detroit, where
Mr. Meals is resident engineer.
Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Muise of Mill
City, expect to return home this week
end from Lakeside, California, where
they have been visiting at the home
of Mr. Muise’s father, J. O, Muise, and
On Highway 222, Linn County Side
Where Friends Meet
George “Sparky” Ditter
Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Toman and son,
Steven and Bradley, motored to Prine
ville, Saturday evening and spent the
weekend visiting at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. Norman Peters and family.
They had attended school together in
Mr. and Mrs. Keith M. Hayes of
Salem and their cousin Marilyn Ward
of Medford, who is a guest at their
home, called at the Harl Parker home
Sunday evening and also visited Mari-
lyn’s sister, Nancy, who is a guest
of the Parkers.
Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Coffman, Me
hama, are vacationing this week in
Seattle with friends. They are attend
ing the Sea Fair while there. The Sea
Fair is an annual event and contains
everything from displays and floats
to ballet, all done in the water. Dick
Heater accompanied them on the trip
and flew back to accompany his fa
mily to Yellowstone Park.
Raymond J. Bungard, M. D.
Stanley C. Bungard, M. D.
Physicians & Surgeons
announce the opening of
• their offices in
Dr. Burrell’s Professional
1095 1st St., Stayton, Ore.
Hours 9 A. M. to 7 P. M.
Phone 6604 Day or Night
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HERROLO - PHILIPPI MOTOR CO
MILL CITY, OREGON