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About The Mill City enterprise. (Mill City, Or.) 1949-1998 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 29, 1953)
Gooch Logging Supply
“Everything for the Logger
BASSETT’S WELDING SHOP
Branch Store Lyons
Sweet Hume, Philomath
For your old range or hot plate
when you buy the wonderful
This wonderful range will be the pride of your
kitchen. Make it yours NOW! Look what you
save. This is your lifetime opportunity to own
the range you’ve always wanted—A Montag.
Come in.......... see this range. It has features
no other range can equal. Regular value $299.95.
Montag Upright Freezer
22 cubic foot—Regular $569.95
Now only $499-95
DEALERSHIP FOR MONTAG ELECTRIC RANGES
Monday for Mrs. Scott
STORE HOURS—7:00 to 7:00 Except Sundays and Holidays
Pie crust ■■■■*•
mix Regular 20c each
Pumpkin Hudson House
Regular 33 cent per pound
Don’t Forget Halloween
Trick or Treat Items
For the Kids
Salem Sand & Gravel Co.
Phone Stayton (Wright Truck Line) 2125
EXCAVATION & CONSTRUCTION
Contracting and Rental
*2* Vaíue i
the cathartic habit
ICE CUBE TRAY
Ground Beef 3 lbs $1
Baconsliib"1' 'al l‘wk 59c
See Us For Locker Meats
WITH COUPON BELOW)
Fits ANY make electric
refrigerator! Simply lift the
lever and get big. full-size
cubes in a jiffy! Special limit
ed offer.., 59c with coupon.
FILL IN THIS
These Prices effective Friday and Saturday only
STEWART S GROCERY
Daily Delivery in the City
Common Carrier — Heavy Machinery and Equipment
3 - $1
Regular 53c: 2 pound box
3l k< .89
DETROIT—Funeral services were
held Monday for Mrs. George Scott,
who passed away October 21.
Requiem Mass was offered at All
Saints church at 10 a.m. Recitation of
the Rosary Sunday at 7:30 p.m, in
Æ W V
All regular 39 cent sellers
Durkees or Blue Bonnett
H. I. Ply male and Minister H. E.
W. N. SIMMONS
And any toy that can be given to some needy
child for Christmas.
Halloween Featured at
1 Jull attended the district meeting of
| of Salem, who spoke on the subject TOast mistress Meeting
the Ninety and Nine mens’ organiza
I of fluoridation. He was introduced by
Halloween was featured both in the tion held at the First Christian church
Mrs. Cole of the Marion County | decoration and the program of the in Salem Monday evening. Rev. Chloe,
Health Department, who brought jjjh city Toastmistress meeting held minister of the Negro Baptist church
By Boots Champion
films to amplify his talk.
i Thursday evening at the Bank Cafe. in Portland, was the speaker, and fol
Your volunteer service for Saturday
Children of the parents attending Mrs. Lester Hathaway was toast- lowing his address, officers were in
and Sunday of this week is being re the meeting were entertained by mov i mistress for the evening.
quested by the City of Detroit to dig ies, shown by Francis Kettleson and i Mrs. W. R. Hutcheson gave the stalled for the coming year.
a ditch, and install a concrete culvert, Starr Reed.
Refreshments were | invocation and Mrs. Floyd Jones in-
on the Detroit road, across from the served by the second giade room moth- i troduced the topic which was
JERRY’S CORNER . . . .
I practice in conversation. An education
The search for the old culvert in
Valsetz Cougars scored a 63-3 win talk on book reviews was given by Summer is over and
stalled there by the BPR has been in over Detroit Friday in a six-man Mrs. Vernon Todd.
Fall is here.
vain, and it it thought that time and BLMP game. Lloyd Ketchum, Bill
The three speakers were Mrs.
labor can be saved by installing an Stout, and Don Snyder are credited Howard Means, “The Beginning of VVe gave up fishing for
other one. This particular area has with the 13 points made. Ketchum Halloween;” Mrs. Ed Yarnell, “The |
The chasing of deer.
been troublescAne in the past, and the and Stout scored six points each. De Beginning of Toastmistress” and Mrs. Now that is over and done
city is anxious to get this job done troit will play Falls City on the home Arthur LeCours gave her beginning
It’s the Elk we have on
before the water begins to cascade | field Friday.
speech. Critics were Mrs. A. E. Nes
there again. Don’t forget to bring
Dude Renner who received a frac- _ bitt,
...... C. W.
... Stewart, ......
and Mrs. ,
picks and shovels.
tured skull in an automobile accident Lee Ross. Evaluator was Sirs.
Mrs. Ken- After that we can sit by
At the regular PTA meeting held on the highway between Idanha and neth Crosier and timer, Mrs. Vincent
the fire and dream
j Thursday evening at the Detroit Detroit, was released
from the Palmer.
school, plans were made to raise Santim Memorial hospital in Stayton; Guests for the evening included Of next year’s fishing on
money for the landscaping of the last week. Dude will make his home Mrs. Clifford Trask and Mrs. Mel-
Lake and stream!
school grounds, now in progress. with his uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. bourne Rambo.
the meantime buy a
Chairmen for the food sales to be Otto Russell on his return from his ’
good used car from
held in Idanha and Detroit, October grandparents home irr McMinnville. ! FRIENDSHIP CIRCLE TO HOLD
29th are Mrs. Marion Kite and Mrs.
Spending a few days in Salem last ANNUAL PRE-CHR1STMAS SALE
i Mary Gulliford of Idanha.
I week on business, were Mrs. John |
Mrs. Edna Gordon heads the coin- i Estey and Mrs. Emil Bennett. Also I Tbe an?ual Pfe;Christmas sale of |
I mittee for a “jitney” dinner scheduled I motoring to Salem last week were
and mappings will be next
and Mrs. Eric ! Monday ,a"d
trough the entire
i for November 19th at 6 p. m. at thé I _ Mrs.
_ _ Earl Stahlman,
| month of November, it was announced
school cafeteria. The food donated by Nyberg of Idanha.
I by the mothers will be served for 5e ( Mr.“and Mrs. Lester Beason of •by >?«• D B. Hill, chairman at a
I a plate. A movie is planned for De- Eugene and Mrs. Irene Stout. Detroit,
‘he f riendship Circle of
' cember 3rd of which the proceeds returned home last week from the the Presbyterian Church at the home
will be added to the landscaping fund. 'Summer
Lake vicinity with a nice Iof Mrs' M,rt,n Kelly- Tuesday eve
October 29, 30 and 31
At the "jitney’ dinner, W illiam h ryer i deer. The Earl Laymans got one in ning.
CHARLTON HESTON and
j will show slides from his work at a their rights too, as well as several ' The sale which will be held in the
RHONDA FLEMING in
lobby of the Mill City State Bank
j mission in New Zealand, from which other home guards.
1 he recently returned. Guest speaker
A stork shower honoring Mrs. Dor-.
at the meeting was Dr. S. D. Miles othy Morgan, and Mrs. Elisa Morgan hours. In addition to Christmas cards
of Marion Forks, was held at Gerald
JIMMY DORSEY and
Pittum home in Idanha Friday even
ing, October 23. Co-hostesses were and children’s books
Mrs. Robert Young and Mrs. Orville I there will be no sale of cards with
Greer of Marion Folks. Autumn and
Halloween motifs set the stage for I Mrs. Herbert Schroeder was in
KID S MATINEE
A „„„ I charge
devotions for the meeting
decorations and entertainment. Those
SATURDAY 2:00 P. M.
present were Mesdames Guy Moore, : an<l Mrs. W. D. Hoeye, program chair-
PATRICA MEDINA in
$1.50 per month and up
R. J. Mermillion, Edna Golden, Earl I man’ le<1 both the Bible stud>’ and
‘•SIREN OF BAGDAD"
Also serving Gates. Lyons,
Parker, Ray Johnson, Otis White, I discussion. _
____t ___ _
Idanha and Detroit
Decoi ations and refreshments were
MUIR S BIRTHDAY CAKE
‘ Howard Dean, Starr Reed, all of Dc-
I troit, Jim Gordon, Buck Storey, Jack both appropriate to the Halloween
Barbara Stodola, Rodney Sy-
i Gulliford, Stella Davis, Henry Hei- season.
verson, Clarence Meader, Carol
bert, Ruth Skidmore, Milo Hanis,
Ann Ragsdale ijnd JoAnne Chil
Elaine Farrow, and Robert Unger, Alice Buchanen Circle of
; Idanha, Josephine Morgan, Jeanette
Albany Meets at Walkups
The Alice Buchanen Circle of the
9 Scio, Billy Drago, and co-iiostess Mrs.
SUNDAY & MONDAY
Presbyterian church of Albany had
a meeting at the home of Mrs. Hugh
| of Marion Forks.
November 1 and 2
Refreshments were home made Walkup last Tuesday afternoon. There
JERRY LEWIS in
, doughnuts, ice cream with pumpkin
Mrs. J. Stewart presiding. A covered
centers, and. cider coffee.
The B. E. Waters, who moved here dish dinner at noon was served and a
I a year ago last July, are now making
Bookkeeping, Accounting and
| their home at Kennewick, Wash. Mr. enjoyed by the group.
Those from Albany who attended
Waters, who is employed at Hanford
left here last May, Mrs. Waters re the meeting we 14: Mesdames J. Y. □ Feature at 5:20, 7:30 Sunday
Corner 3rd 4 Marion
maining here until a house was avail Stewart, Ralph Knott, James Arthur,
able, joined her husband last week Elva Burnett George Bronson, N.
end. The Waters who are the parents Acklund, J. Fred Bradley, Rollin
of Mrs. Raymond Sophy, were em Hackleman, Mrs. Robert Hartrock and
ployed at the Detroit Market. They Miss Myrtle Worley.
will be greatly missed. Pete Eliason
of the Eliason Logging Co., will move
into the house vacated by the the Chapel of A. J. Rose & Son, Port
Waters, and owned by Mrs. Hilma land.
ARLENE DAHL in
Mrs. Scott suffered a severe stroke
Detroit water bills may be paid at I about three years ago, from which she
Cook’s Grocery, or Detroit Market, never recovered. She was hospitalized
for several months and was confined
announces Mayor Archie Mattoon.
Mike Howland, Oregonian carrier, to her bed at home. As her condition
i is under the care of a Stayton phy- grew more acute, she was moved to
Doors Open at 7:09 P. M.
j sician for treatment of an infected the McCarthy nursing home where
Complete show can be seen any
She is survived by her husband,
time up to 8t30
George W., formerly of Detroit, and o
Funeral Services Held
son. Jack of Portland.
And your old range or hot plate
THURSDAY, OCTOBER 29, 1953
ill 11 UARHU'M
»—THE MILL CITY ENTERPRISE
Order Deadline 3:00 P. M
Mill City, Oregon
Too MATT PEOPLE arc influenced by stories concern
ing "intestinal cleanliness" or "stimulating the flow
of bile." Many cases of simple constipation do not
require a laxative at all. but only a minor change
in diet and habit.
The habitual use of cathartics ia dangerous. Such
misuse is often followed by chronic ill health. Strong
laxatives are particularly dangerous when taken to
relieve abdominal distress. The source of the pain
should always be accurately determined by vour
physician. The safe procedure is to consult him. If
a laxative is needed, he will prescribe a safe prepara
tion with proper instructions for dosage. Then bring
vour prescription to us for expert compounding.
♦ Radio and Appliance Co.
J Phone 3207
Mill City Pharmacy
MILL CITT. OREGON