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About The Mill City enterprise. (Mill City, Or.) 1949-1998 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 13, 1953)
Mr. and Mr«. Paul Vincent of Mill
City returned last week from a motor
trip to points in Canada, Glacier Na
tional Park, Grand Coulee Dam and
By Boots Champion
Maryshill Museum. They also visited
Miss Kazi Inuzuka, high school
Yakima, Spokane and points enroute. teacher, who taught school here for
IN MILL CITY
the past two years, has accepted a
Saturday guests of the Robert Ve- position in the home economics de
ness family, were Mrs. Jessie Veness, partment of the high school at Napa.
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Mrs. Pearl Stiff and Mr. and Mrs.
Bob Leavengood, district ranger
C. S. MORGAN, Agent
Theodore Hedin, all of Portland. The from the lakes district, and Lloyd Ol
families enjoyed a dinner cooked and son, superintendent of the Mount
served out of doors after first visit Hood territory, who made an inspec
ing Detroit Dam.
tion tour last week of the Skyline
road, connecting link between the
lakes district and the Detroit district,
reports the road is in better condi
tion at the present, than it has been,
in the past two or three years. The
road bypasses Olallie Lake and the
An error mas made in last weeks
issue, on a fishing party to the Eight
Lake basin. There were 4 pack mules
and 18 saddle horses on the excur
The F. O. E. Auxiliary meetings will
be held on the 2nd and 4th Wednesday
RANGES — REFRIGERATORS — FREEZERS
through August and September. The
time will be 7 p. m.
WASHERS — DRYERS — RADIOS — TV SETS
Members of the civic club and their
guests enjoyed a lovely pot luck lun
cheon held on the lawn at the home of
Mrs. Cal Schlador last Wednesday.
F. H. A. FINANCING
About twenty were in attendance.
Full Line Crosley Appliances
P. O. Box 176
Mr. and Mr«. D. W. Moffatt and son
Brian, left Saturday morning for
Gresham, where they were weekend
guests at the John Frace home and
with other friends. Sunday afternoon
they attended a picnic given by mem
bers of their square dance club, the
Boring Plank Stompers.
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DANISH BUTTER HORNS, Dozen
Hot from Our Ovens at 11 a. m.
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Try an ICY FLIPO^^
ORANGE FLAVORED and Low
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Mill City, Oregon
STORE HOURS—7:00 to 7:00 Except Sundays and Holidays
More of Those Fresh Killed
At This Special Price
Pan Ready Fryers
Pure Ground Beef
Born to Mr. and Mrs. Franklin
Ragsdale, of this city, August 10th,
a baby girl, at the Salem General
Mrs. Elizabeth Pixley of Kooskia.
Idaho, has arrived to visit at the Clif
ford Large home for a month’s time.
She is the mother of Mrs. Large.
Ijirry Large entertained seven of
his friends Saturday afternoon, the
occasion being his 13th birthday an
niversary. Ice cream and cake were
served as refreshments.
STA I E SOFTBALL TOURNAMENT—August 22 through 26.
night Sunday, August 23. All proceeds go to Shrine hospital for crippled child
ren.) Tournament tickets on sale at our store and other business places.
These Prices effective Friday and Saturday only
Daily Delivery in the Citv
Order Deadline 3:00 P. M
MHI City, Oregon
MEHAMA a 11 iiiUlau
By Janet Bellin
Dean Branch, who has been at
tending OSC Summer School, is spend- i
ing this weekend at Suttle Lake at
the invitation of Delta Tau Delta I
Mr. and tors. Virgil Rogers and I
family returned last week from Cali- |
fornia, where they had been visiting.
Mrs. A. W. Bellin’s parents, Mr. and
Mrs. E. P. Schedeen of Gresham spent I
Wednesday and Thursday of last
week at the Beilin home. A cousin,
Arden Converse, accompanied the
Schedeens and spent this week with
the Bellin family.
Sunday, August 9th, a reunion of
the Toepher family was held in Joe
Toepher’s woods in Coon Hollow.
Over 100 friends and relatives at
tended the picnic. A meeting was held
to elect officers for the coming year
and the results were: president, Gus
Toepher and vice- president, Jim
I It was decided that a book would
be started this year that would con
tain the records of the annual reun
ion of the Toepher family. After the
picnic, guests played horseshoe and
went swimming in a newly built
swimming pool. Attending from Me-
hama were Mr. and Mrs. John Zol-
kowski and family, and Mr. and Mrs.
Ray Adams and son Steven.
BIG CLIFF CABINS
AUGUST 13, 14. 15
RANDOLPH SCOTT and
PETER LAW FORD and
SUNDAY & MONDAY
August 16 and 17
Feature at 5:20, 7*10 Sunday
August 18 and 19
Doors open at 7:20 P.M.
Complete show can be seen any
time up to 8:30
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the comfort of self delusion
Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Leisy, Zathna
and Mike, of Springfield, Oregon,
the Kenneth Chance family,
the Carl Chance family, formed a
gioup that picniced at Breitenbush
Thelma Brown recently was in the
Stayton hospital for observation, and
is now at her home here, and is im
proving. However, doctor's orders are
that she is not permitted to work so
will, therefore, not be able to resume
her duties at the Julia Kemp Beauty
Salon, where she was formerly em
Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Stewart and
family, Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Stew
art, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Saltalamac-
hia and family, who are guests of the
Stewarts, from San Jose, Calif., spent
Sunday at Clear Lake, fishing and
picnicing. The Saltalamachia family
will leave Friday for their home, af
ter a vacation spent here and in Can-
JELLO, all flavors 4 '¿-T 33c
THURSDAY, AUGUST 13. 1953
A group of Mill City ladies drove to
Silver Creek Falls Wednesday morn
ing and enjoyed a day of picnicing
and visiting. The gathering was in
honor of Mrs. Robert Schroeder of
Crescent City, Calif., who is a former
Mill City resident, and who is now
Clifford Swift of Tacoma, Washing visiting friends here. Several ladies
ton, visited his mother, Mrs. Nel! from Salem joined the group of about
Swift, over the weekend.
fifteen ladies from this city, to meet
and greet the honor guest.
Allen Vail, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Stanley Vail, is suffering from an
infection on his hands.
2 lb. box 45c
TANG Salad Dressing
THREE-LINKS CLUB ENJOYS
PICNIC AT MORRIS HOME
The Three-Links Club met Tuesday
evening at 6:30 o’clock at the home of
Mrs. Bert Morris, and enjoyed a pot
luck picnic dinner. Mrs. Morris was
presented a beautifully decorated
cake, cards and handkerchiefs in ho-
nor of her birthday.
Members of the club present were:
Alma Thomas, Lettie Swan, Rachel
Olmstead, Eva Duffy, Clara Morris,
Marie Stewart, Blanche Syverson,
Mrs. W. J. Robinson, Bertha Balti
more, Ruth Hess, Ruby Brisbin, Ida
Fleetwood and Jennie Davis. Guests
present were Mrs. Jennie Saltalamac-
hia of San Jose, Calif., and Julia
Mrs. II. E. Smith entertained 20
young guests in honor of her daughter I
Lynne’s 12th birthday, last Wednes
day. A six o’clock luncheon was ser
ved after which the honor guest and ,
her friends took in the show. Lynne
was the recipient of many lovely gifts.
LOCAL GARDEN CLUB TO
HONOR STATE AND DISTRICT
OFFICERS AT TEA THURSDAY
Mrs. L. W. Franks of Redmond,
president of the Oregon State Federa
tion of Garden Clubs; Mrs. Byron
Bradshaw, Albany, state vice-presi
dent, and Mrs. Sam Burch, Albany,
Santiam district director, will be hon
ored at a tea to be given at the home
of Mrs.' Elsie Potter on Thursday,
The tea is being sponsored by the
Mill City Garden Club and all mem
ber« are urged to call during the af
ternoon to meet the state officers.
An invitation has also been extend
ed to the federated Stayton Garden
Serving during the tea hours will
be present and past officers of the
Wait Peterson and two sons, Gary
and Ramon, of Eugene, Oregon, were
callers here Saturday, looking after
property interests. The Petersons
are former Mill City residents, when
Mr. Peterson was employed at the De
troit Dam and other places.
8—THE MILL CITY ENTERPRISE
KEEP OEECON GREEN
ALL NORTH SANTIAM
Their Familie» and Friends
WHITE« \TER STATE PARK
Sun., Aug. 16th
—Fan and Prizes for All—
T he best advice is often more than we can bear.
It takes courage to face the impact of truth, and
firm resolution to form new habits to fit the facts.
Your doctor is sometimes confronted with the
stern necessity of advising restrictions in your usual
routine. Your favorite dessert or that comforting
cigar may be denied you. There is a strong tempta
tion to treat such advice lightly, to feel you know
your needs better than your doctor.
Such self-delusion may be comforting, but it de
feats the very ends you seek. Carefully follow your
Your prescriptions have prompt, expert attention
at our store.
Mill City Pharmacy
MILL CITY, OREGON