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About The Mill City enterprise. (Mill City, Or.) 1949-1998 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 10, 1953)
t—THE MILL CITY ENTERPRISE THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 10, 1953
Broccoli for freezing (at its tender best)
Kentucky Wonder Beans for Canning
Cucumbers for pickling. Tomatoes. Carrots,
OPEN 10:00 A. M. to 10:00 P. M.
One half mile west on old highway
DEALERSHIP FOR MONTAG ELECTRIC RANGES
Gooch Logging Supply
Everything for the logger
BASSETT’S WELDING SHOP
Sweet Home, Philomath
Branch Store Lyons
AUTO GLASS, AUTO PAINTING
See us for an Estimate.
Where Friends Meet
On Highway 222, Linn County Side
George “Sparky” Ditter
They’re given gladly
Knowles Body & Fender Repair
II Years Experience
& ELECTRIC SUPPLIES
Born to Mr. and Mrs. Karel Mans-
veld of Lyons, a baby daughter on
September 1st, at the Santiam Me
Cliff Swift of Tacoma, Wash., was
here for the weekend, visiting his
Hugh Walkup was a business visit mother, Mrs. Hanna Swift, and with
or in Stayton, Tuesday.
friends in the city.
Mr. and Mrs. Verda Goble motored
Mrs, Albert Toman went to Spray,
to Salem Sunday to take in the state Oregon, where she is visiting at the
home of her daughter. She plans on
Mr. and Mrs. A, W. Toman motor- returning home Sunday.
I ed to Salem early Monday to take in
Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Douglas and
the state fair.
family and Donna Matson -of Clat
Mrs. J. F. Potter has been called to skanie spent the weekend here with
Portland by the illness of her great the H. E. Smith family.
Mr. and Mrs. Jim Poole, Mr. and
Lynne Smith, who attends the school
Mrs. Leo Poole and Mr. and Mrs. Joe
for the blind at Salem, returned to her
Lalack motored to Salem Monday
studies there Monday.
evening to take in the fair.
Mr. and Mrs. John Muir, son T». ry
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Bell of Port
and Maurie Bassett attended the fair land were guests over the weekend of
at Salem Saturday evening.
Mr. and Mrs. George Veteto. The la
Mr. and Mrs. Lee Kuhlman were
des are sisters. Sunday, the group
among those from here who took in drove to Breitenbush Hot Springs and
the state fair at Salem this week.
spent the day.
Mr. and Mrs. E. O. Hendricson of
Guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
San Leandro, California, visited with Leonard Herman for Labor Day week
friends in Mill City the first of the end were Mr. and Mrs. Paul Wargnier
and Kay, Cheryl and Wayne. The
.Mrs. Cora Goodman returned Mon Wargniers are former Mill City re
day from Medford, Ore., where she sidents.
I I had visited at the home of her son for Dr. and Mrs. John Reid and family
returned last week from an extended
Mrs. Hugh Walkup spent Thursday ' vacation at Galveston, Texas. Mrs.
in Salem. Lee Walkup returned with Reid and children, Warren and Fran
I her and spent until Friday evening ces, had been there for some time,
i in this city.
visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J.
Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Malde and
W. Lockhart. On the way back they
¡family visited at Seattle Wn., over
I visited relatives in Emporia, Kansas,
the Labor Day weekend, with the for- and Lincoln, Nebraska.
| mer's parents.
Terry Muir is wearing a cast on his
Mrs. Jerry Hudgins and Sherry of
left arm, the result of a bicycle acci
Ione, Washington, are spending a
dent Sunday, when the chain on the
month with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. bicycle he was riding, broke and re
sulted in the bicycle
... jack-knifing and
Mr. and Mrs. Lee Bassett and
daugh _. . _ —,
His arm was
ter Rosalie, took in 1 the Fair at o Salem
xx ‘ broken
above the wrist.
Sunday, and on Monday Mrs. Bassett took him to
the Stayton hospital
and her daughter spent some time | I where he had
the arm reset and th* I
picking huckleberries on Monument cast put on.
Mr. and Mrs. Tex Agee took their
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Nist left last
two daughters, Alline and JoEllen to
week for Garrison, North Dakota, Salem Wednesday, where they joined
where Mr. Nist plans on working at a group of other youngsters from
the Garrison Dam.
Paul Armstrong’s dance studio in
Mr. and Mrs. Lester Mason drove to
putting on a dance exhibition at the
Prairie City, Oregon, for the Labor
State Fair. Others from here also
Day weekend and were guests at the
taking part were Linda, Laura and
home of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Dixon.
Loraine Lee, daughters of Mr. and
The Dixon's son, Carl, who is operat-
j ing a beauty shop at LaGrande, Ore. Mrs. Jess Lee.
was home for the weekend. He for-[ Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Carey and
«Un daughter Beverly, of Portland were
1 merlv was employed in a . 1 ,
. J weekend guests at the Carl Chance
,in Mill City, where Shirley’ shop iaL
cUy Thejr dau(thter Dj.
| ane_ w|)0 had Spenj t^e past
i the home of her grandparents and al
so with her grandmother, Mrs. Velma
Carey of Gates, returned home with
I them. While here. Eugene spent most
1 of time, trying his luck at fishin-
The Christian Women’s Fej"
is observing a special Guest Night to
night (Thursday) at the church, be
ginning at 7:30 o’clock. Included in
the program will be a slide lecture on
“Uprooted Americans'’, special music
numbers, and a talk by Miss Marlene
White of Detroit, based on her ex
periences this past summer working
in Californ’a among migrant peoples.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Jackson, jr.,
daughters, Debby and Judy of Astor
ia, Ore., were weekend visitors at the
| home of the former's parents, Mr.
I and Mrs. Frank Jackson, sr, Cecil
Baldwin and son of Seattle, Wn., were
I also weekend guests at the Jackson
home. While here the group attended
the state fair at Salem.
Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Jones and Mr.
and Mrs. Kenneth Crosier picked
huckleberries in the Elk Lake region
last Saturday. On Labor Day among
those picking on Monument Peak were
Mr. and Mrs. Wilson Stevens of Ly
ons, Mrs. Julia Bassett and Rosalie,
Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Todd, Stephen
and Allen. Mrs. W. W. Allen, Mr. and
Mrs. Bill Elliasen of Albany and D.
Guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
D. W. Moffatt over the Labor Day
holiday, were Miss Leona Lamb of
Portland. Mrs. Naida Nelson and son
Bobby of Tillamook, and Miss Myrna
Lindquist of Clackamas, Ore. Sunday,
Mr. and Mrs. Art Redinger and son
Arthur visited here. The Moffatts and
their guests spent Sunday afternoon
picnicing near Idanha, along the San
Mrs. Ed Davis of Gates and Mrs. W.
W. Allen of Mill City were Salem vi
sitors Friday w-here they attended the
luncheon meeting of the Past Presi
dents club of the Marion County Fe,
deration of Women’s clubs. Mrs. Da
vis was president of the organization
during the past year. Mrs. Donald
Sheythe also a past president, was un
able to attend.
SPECIALIZING IN DINNERS
OPEN AT 4 P. M. EVERYT DAY
—Serving Your Favorite Cocktails—
a Dull Moment
“At the Bottom of the Hill”
MILL CITY TAVERN
Republic Steel Kitchens Offen You
The Sink Buy of the Yw!
NO EXTRA COST!
wieff you buy a
REPUBLIC STEEL SINK
Not a stripped down "special”
model, but the full-value Deluxe
Sink from the regular Republic
Steel Kitchens line!
All for $188.88
Easy Monthly Payments
WE INVITE COMPARISON!
NOWHERE A VALUE LIKE THISI
MUST BE SEEN TO BE APPRECIATED!
See our Broadside for many fine specials
Prices goo<l until September 19th
Hilltop General Store
YOUR MARSHALL WELLS STORE
Mill City. Oregon
S & H
Green Stamp Store
On the Highway
Friday and Saturday Specials—
Angel Food Cakes
THESE ARE LARGE SIZED CAKES
MUIR S BAKERY
Mill City, Oregon
In order to give better
service to loggers in
the canyon we have
moved our shop to the
East of Mill City
VAe hope that this move
from our location in Me
hama will meet with
your approval. Our ex
will be available to you
at all times. See us for a
good repair job. We also
rent chain saws.
Santiam Equipment Co
Shake Shack Building East of Mill City, Oregon