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About The Mill City enterprise. (Mill City, Or.) 1949-1998 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 29, 1953)
4—THE MILL CITY ENTERPRISE THURSDAY, OCTOBER 29.
SPECIALIZING IN DINNERS
Mr. and Mrs. Harl Parker spent
Mr. and Mrs. S. E. Delaney, of
Hood River, visited Sunday at the the past week visiting his parents at
North Potter, Oregon. They returned
W. H. Davis home here.
to Mill City Tuesday.
M. C. Goodman, “high mogul” at
Mrs. Margaret Klinbeil and son,
The Bank Cafe purchased the lot east
of his place of business recently.
Bobby, of Milton-Freewater
visitors at the Herman Mason home
Mrs. Lee Bassett, Mauri* and Rosa here over the weekend.
lie, and Mrs. Alice Thacker, were
business visitors in Salem Saturday.
Melvin Mason, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Herman Mason, has spent the past
Mrs. Dale Prichard and family of three weeks here. He is in the air
Clatskanie visited at the H. E. Smith force and is stationed at Yuma,
home in Mill City Monday and Tues Arizona.
The present theme of the meetings
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Lalack and Monte of Girl Scout troop No. 36 is good
spent Sunday visiting with Mr. La- grooming. They are also busy at the
lack’s brother, Andy, and family at present time in preparation for the
—Serving Your Favorite Cocktails—
Where Friends Meet
On Highway 222, Linn County Side
Mr. and Mrs. Que Haines of Port I>ee Bassett and son, Maurie and Bill
land, were weekend visitors at the Stover went duck hunting Saturday
home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W, night and Sunday. They report poor
shooting as the weather was too nice
for ducks and geese.
Mr. and Mrs. Jim Poole motored to
Salem Sunday to visit at the home
Mr. and Mrs. DeLos Hoeye, attended
of Mrs. Poole’s parents, Mr. and Mrs. the Willamette Valley Industrial arts
R. C. Hinz.
association meeting in Eugent Thurs
day evening. Mr. Hoeye is shop in
structor in Mill City.
George “Sparky” Ditter
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Mrs. J. R. Geddes and Miss Daisy
Geddes are in Chehalis, Washington
for 10 days as the guests of Mr. and
Mrs. George Murphy. Mrs. Murphy is
a former resident of Mill City.
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In a current series of sermons on
“The Foundations of Our Faith” at
,the Presbyterian churches of Mill
City and Mehama, the topic for this
Sunday will be “The Foundation of
a Happy Home.”
Anyone desiring transportation to
the Marion County Federation of
Women’s clubs meeting to be held at
Waldo Hills Community club Friday
are asked to contact Mrs. John Muir,
president of the Mill City club.
We must clear our Stocks of those
Great, Brand New, Super-Strong
Visitors at the Arey Podrabsky
home last week were her uncle and
aunt, Mr. and Mrs. John Forman of
i Boyd, Wisconsin. They were accom
panied by Mrs. Podrabsky’s parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Palon of Scio.
Visiting at the home of his parents,
Mr. and Mrs. W. V. Lowery of Port
land, last Saturday were Mr. and Mrs.
Gale Lowery and family. On Sunday
the Ed Yarnell family spent the day
at the W. V. Lowery home. Mrs.
Yarnell is a daughter.
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Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Crosier en
tertained their bridge club from Stay
ton with a no-host supper at their
home Sunday evening. Those present
were Mr. and Mrs. Ken Williams, Mr.
and Mrs. Joe Samek, Mr. and Mrs.
Luther Nokelby, and Mr. and Mrs.
Kenneth Hanson, all of Stayton and
Mr. and Mrs. Russell Hoffman of
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than ordinary tires, and quicker stopping, the General
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Rev. and Mrs. Harold Martin and
son, are spending a couple of weeks
Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Walkup and visiting with his parents, at Los
son, of Salem, spent Sunday at the Angeles. Rev. Fred Snyder is filling
home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. the pulpit in the Assembly of God
church during Rev. Martin’s absence.
The elementary school will
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Red & White customers
save two ways, Our reg-
ular every day low prices
and the extra savings with
Penny Saver Stamps. Start
your Saving Book today.
WE ARE ALWAYS OPEN ON SUNDAY
From 9:00 A. M. until 5:00 P. M.
Can be purchased at the following stores
in this area:
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Red & White Store
Hill Top Market
Gates General Store
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Philippi Tire Service
"Savin« YOUR Tires Is OUR Business"
PHONE: LYONS 1«
KLIEWER QUALITY MEATS
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the first of its monthly room pro
grams next Friday evening at 8:00
o’clock in the gymnasium when Daron
Dierks’ fifth graders put on a short
Mr. and Mrs. John Hilary of Mc
Mrs. W. J. Robinson went to Dallas
today, where she will visit a few Minnville, were guests Sunday of Mr.
days with her brother-in-law, Al and Mrs. Bill Stewart. Mr. Hilary and
Mrs. Stewart are cousins.
OPEN AT 4 P. M. EVERY DAY
Mill City, Oregon