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3—THE MILL CITY ENTERPRISE
Till KSIMY. SEPTEMBER 3. 1953
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Cooper last weekend were Mr. and J aunt of Mrs. Raymond Sophy’s, has
Mrs. Frank Opitx and Mrs. Billy been a guest at the Sophy home for
By Boots Champion
Wrower, of Salem.
the past ten days. On Wednescday,
Horses, yes, siree, and ponies, too.
Mr. and Mrs. John Dallaire of Idan Mr-. Hunter, accompanied by Mrs.
L. A^fUANce stRvice
The small fry are goggle-eyed and ha, accompanied by Mrs. Emma B. E. Waters of Detroit, left for Ya
Ma and Pa are fit to be tied or fried. Rhodes of Detroit, left here Monday kima. Wash., where they will visit Tai Consultant
• Factory.Troirwd icport,
And some of us oldsters may have to for Westport, Wash., on a fishing with H. E. Waters Sr., and B. E., Jr.
• Genuino Holpainf Pa>to
eat off the kitchen shelf for a day or trip. They returned on Friday with 10 and family. Mr. Waters Sr., is em-
two, but we got horses. All this came I mighty fine salmon. While there they | ployed at Richland on a housing pro-
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about when Clyde Hutchinson of De were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Fred : j*ct.
troit, opened a riding academy, Aug. Seivers, who operate the School House
Guests of Mrs. F. L. Noble on
on all makes
23, featuring a string of Welsh ponies Tavern. The Seiven* were former re Sunday were her daughter and son-in-
Bookkeeping, Accounting and
along with the usual saddle horses. sidents of Idanha.
law, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Baldwin
Ranges and Water Heaters
The academy is located about an
Mrs. Alfred Cokenour and children of Stayton.
eighth of a mile from town on the of New Idanha, are moving to their
Corner 3rd 4 Marion
Perry Fry of Ukiah. Calif, and
old Detroit road. Mr. Hutchinson will home at Nelscott, Labor day weekend. children, Claudia and Butch, were cal-
specialize in pack trips for huckle The children will attend school at leis in Detroit. The children, who have
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berry picking parties, and deer hunt Taft. Mr. Cokenour, who is employed bem spending the summer in Calif.,
ers, later in the season. The Welsh at the Idanha Lumber Mill, will re with their father, returned to their
ponies are available for pony rides main here.
home in Salem, with their mother,
and riding instructions will be provid
Mr. and Mrs. John Ray of New Mrs. Calvin Chambers.
ed upon request.
Idanha are also leaving. They will
At the regular F. O. E. auxiliary
S. T. Moore, Detroit District Ran move to Creswell, Ore, Mrs, Cokenour meeting Wednesday night, a good at
ger, reports huckleberries in the De and Mrs. Ray both taught at the De tendance was on hand. After a short
troit area will be ready to harvest troit school. Mrs. Cokenour taught for business meeting, a birthday social
around September first. The crop this two full years and two years as a sub wa enjoyed, honoring Mrs. Carrie
year is said to be fair. The Elk Lake- stitute. Mrs. Ray, an eighth grade Bullard, Mrs. Earl Layman and Miss
141 N. Commercial Kt.
Gold Butte vicinity is more accessible. teacher, taught five or six years.
Fay Cooper. Coffee and cake was
Berries will also be ready to harvest
Visitors at the John Estey home served. The next meeting will be held
Haa Everything for Your
at Grizile Flats four miles beyond on Wednesday were Mr. and Mrs. I September 9th.
Pamelia Lake. Travel to the Flats will Calvin Boones and children, Jimmie
A weekend visitor at the Dee Pal
be a bit more difficult.
and Barbara, and Mrs. A. G. Mont mer home was their daughter. Miss
W. L. Lowe and 8 of his 18 famous gomery of Ocean Lake. Mrs. Montgo | Lillian Palmer, of Salem.
boxing and wrestling bears, played a mery is a sister of Mr. Estey.
Furniture and Bookkeeping Supplies
Qualitv Job Printing at
one night show Friday, in Detroit. Mr.
Mrs. Gladys Hunter of Seattle, an
Lowe stated they have played 138
towns this spring, mostly one night
stands and that their shows are
sponsored mostly by the American
Legion, the V. F. W. and Army Camps.
Due to the short notice here, and
weather conditions (raining) a little
over 100 attended the show. The troupe
left here Saturday morning for Inde
pendence, thence on to Silverton,
Gresham and other towns, enroute to
Pendleton Roundup. The other unit
of trained bears is showing in Mon
But he's a game little tike, this youngster
tana at the present. Their headquart
so well-padded on the North side. Even
ers is Klamath Falls, Oiegon.
though his pillow doesn't keep him from fall
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Jacobs and
ing, it does cushion his falls while he learns
family of Lorane Route (13 miles
how to balance himself, how to stroke, and
west of Cottage Grove) were callers
in Idanha and Detroit on Tuesday
and Wednesday. The Jacobs were for
It will be that way with his life, too—and
mer residents of Detroit.
yours. As you grow older you often feel the
Glen Purvine, who has a summer
need of something to cushion yourself against
home at Pamelia Lake, was called to
the jolts fhat come suddenly in everyday
Long Beach, Calif., because of serious
illness in the family.
Since you learn to skate only by skating,
Mr. and Mrs. Brad Hlimphrey and
and to live only by getting into the thick of life, you
family returned home last week from
have to expect these mishaps.
a week's vacation, spent at the home
If you cushion yourself with the true knowledge
of Brad’s mother, Mrs. H. T. Humph
of God and His ever-present love and watchful care,
rey Sr., at Newport, Oiegon.
you will feel these blows less
Visitors at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. Larry Petrie Sr., last weekend
were Mr. and Mrs. Roy Anderson of
Vancouver, Wash., and Mr. and Mrs.
Larry Petrie Jr., and children of For
est Grove, Oregon. Mr. Petrie Sr., is
clerk dispatcher at the Detroit Ranger
Visiting at the home of Miss Fay
W. N. SIMMONS
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WHEN OTHERS CAN'T!
With the extra traction of
4 - wheel drive and the
power of its high-compres
sion HURRICANE Engine,
this "go-anyw here” Willys
Truck gets through mud,
snow and sand that stop
ordinary trucks. Ask us for
a demonstration. 118-in.
A Good Place To Buy
NEW And USED FURNITURE
Come into our store, you’ll find what you want at
a price you cah afford to pay
THE CHURCH FOR ALL . . .
ALL FOR THE CHURCH
The Church is the greatest fac
tor on *»arth for the building of
character and good citizenship It
is a storehouse of spiritual values.
Without a strong Church, neither
democracy nor civilization can
There are four sound
reasons why every person should
attend services regularly and sup
port the Church. They are (1)
For his own take (2) For hie
children s sake
(3) For the sake
of his community and nation
For the sake of the Church itself,
which needs his moral and ma
Plan to go to
church regularly and read your
Phone Stay ton (Wright Truck Line) 2125
Common Carrier — Heavy Machinery and Equipment
EXCAVATION & CONSTRUCTION
Ph. SALEM I
Day 3-9408 I
Nite 2-4400 I
Contracting and Rental
Salem Sand & Gravel Co
7 11- 21
Saturday 1 Peter
THIS SERIES OF ADS IS SPONSO RED BY THE FOLLOWING FIRMS
MILL CITY MEAT MARKET
C. E. Mason SHELL SERVICE STATION
Mill City, Oregon
Quality Meats and Groceries
General Repairing and Welding
Mill City, Oregon
“Your Personal Service Store’*
FRERES BUILDING SUPPLY
GATES VARIETY & HARDWARE
Building Materials of All Kinds
WRIGHT TRUCK LINE
IDANHA SUPER SERVICE
Ship the Wright Way
GATES GENERAL STORE
KNOWLES BODY & FENDER REPAIR
Dry Geodi and Dremmaking
SW. Broadway — Mill City — Phone 2243
RANGES — REFRIGERATORS — FREEZERS
WASHERS — DRYERS — RADIOS — TV SETS
We Giva S A II Green Stampe
Full Line Crosley Appliances
Your S 4 H Green Stamp Store
Phone 3206 Mill City
SHOWER MOTORS & IMPLEMENTS
Complete Line of
Harria Farm Machinery
Home made Chili; Hamburger*. Hot Ilog*. Open 21 Hours
Highway 22, Gate«, Oregon
F. H. A. FINANCING
Complete Body Rebuilding and Glaaa
ADA’S NEEDLE SHOP
P. O. Box 176
IN INTEREST OF ALL CHURCHES
Mill < ity. Oregon
MILL CITY PHARMACY
Mill City, Oregon
Family Style Meals
Mill City, Oregon
RED & WHITE STORE
.Mill City, Oregon