The Mill City enterprise. (Mill City, Or.) 1949-1998, November 05, 1953, Page 3, Image 3

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MILL CITY
MILL CITY MEAT MARKET
Quality Meats and Groceries
FOOD LOCKERS
FROZEN FOODS
WINTERIZE
yOUR CAR NOW
“Winterizing” is MORE than just a dash
of anti-freeze in the radiator. You need a
peppy battery for cold starts; the right
grade of oil in your crankcase; careful
check on brakes, lights and windshield
wipers, springs and shock absorbers.
Drive in now for complete service!
HAROLD'S SHELL SERVICE
Mehama, Oregon
Phone 111
Just Arrived
Levi Overalls
We have been chosen as ex­
clusive dealers in this area
for the famous
.LEVI OVERALLS
For men and boys
Boy’s sizes 29 and 30
Priced at
besponsiblí
HtSHlW,
Men’s sizes 30 to 36 priced at
3.65
Come in today and buy this
famous make from us.
They are easier fittin’,
workin’ or sittin’.
Hilltop General Store
YOUR MARSHALL WELLS STORE
Phone 2724
Mill City, Oregon
• Yes, this Prescription
Pharmacy Is responsible
—responsible to you, and
to your physician. In all
seriousness we accept
this responsibility for
safeguarding your health
and welfare. When you
bring a prescription here
it will be promptly and
expertly compounded
and the price will be fair.
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»^TREATS i
FRESH FROM THE OVEN TO YOU
Saturday Only
Cream Puffs and
Chocolate Eclaires
3
25c
Banana Cream Pies, each
FLORIST and NURSERY
- 319 West Washington Street..
OPEN SINI)AYS AND
EVENINGS
Telephone 6684
STAYTON, OREGON
MUIR S BAKERY
Phone 2222
FRESH
Mill City, Oregon
Kittens turn up in the oddest places.
It’s no wonder—for a kitten will try any­
thing once. And sooner or later curiosity
kills many a cat io
Some people have a penchant for trying
anything once. Occasionally it leads them
to the pinnacles of success. Mors often it
leaves them in the depths of despair.
Neither curiosity nor daring is the high­
road to happiness. Life's richest rewards
are for those who choose paths tried and
true . . . who seek goals which the greatest
were bold to attain.
No surer paths have ever been trod than
the "paths of righteousness" of which the
Psalmist spoke. No higher goals were ever
achieved than those Jesus Christ made his
own.
The Church points the highroad to hap­
piness for men wno are willing to try
Christ's Way . . , not once . . . BUT
ALWAYS!
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This Series of Ads la Somtored by the FoHowing Firms in Interest of All Charrhes
Muir’s Bakery
C. E. Mason Shell Service Station
Mill City, Oregon
Mill City, Oregon
Walt’s Garage
KeHom’s Grocery
General Repairing and Welding
Mill City, Oregon
“Your Personal Service Store"
Mill Citjr, Oregon
Freres Building Supply
Wright Truck Line
Building Materials of All Kinds
Stayton, Oregon
-hip the U right Way
Stayton, Oregon
Gates General Store
Knowles Body & Fender Repair
Gatea, Oregon
Complete Body Rebuilding and Glaao
Mill City, Oregon
Ada’s Needle Shop
Dry Good« and Dressamaking
S. W. Broadway—Mill City—Phone 22«
Idanha Super Service
DON LLOYD
IDANHA
Ressler’s Grocery
Your SAI! Green Stamp Store
Florence
Phone 3 2*6, Mill City
Paul
Mill City Pharmacy
Mill City, Oregon
Shower Motors & Implements
Complete Line of Maaaey Harris Farm Machinery
Stay ton, Oregon
Willeatha’s Restaurant
Family Styl« Meala
Lyons, Oregon
Mf$(«irTI0«5
Chili Bowl
Home made Chili; Hamburgers, Hot Dogs.
Open 24 Hours
Highway 22,
Gates, Oregon
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Mill City, Oregon
Nu-Method Cleaners
Mill City, Oregon
Red & White Store
Mill City, Oregon
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PHONE 8«
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Knowles Body & Fender Repair
Raleigh Harold
FRESH
FRESH
AUTO GLASS, AUTO PAINTING
WRECK REPAIRING
i Moore, Mary Moore, Bobby Moore,
Dennis Howland,
Martha Mason,
Dona Rae Stevens, Douglas Reed and
Martin Rarey of Detroit.
Refreshments were cider, cool aid,
home made doughnuts and candy.
The high school girls entertained
| the high school boys Friday evening at
the Detroit school with a Halloween
party. Decorations were bales of hay
and autumn leaves. Dancing and
games were enjoyed. Frances Kettle-
son called the square dances for the
group. Refreshments were cider, ijp-
nuts and caramel apples. It was a
howling success.
Mi and Mrs. Marion Aiderman of
Idanha left for Eastern Oregon on an
elk hunting trip.
HOT
Gates, Oregon
Phone 4561
By Boots Chamnion
Guy Moore, of Detroit, who under­
went major surgery on Monday a week
ago at Salem is getting long as well
as can be expected.
Mrs. Dee Palmer, who has been
under the care of a Salem physician
for the past month for treatment of
an eye infection, was admitted to
Salem Memorial Monday for treat-
ment of the «ye.
A chimney fire at the Al Warby
home iu Detroit caused a bit of ex­
citement Monday evening. Little dam­
age was done. The Idanha fire de­
partment answered the call and
found the fire pretty much under
j control.
A noon movie, sponsored by the
student body of Detroit school, will be
shown in the gymnasium daily. Stud­
ents will be admitted for 10c. The
: movies will be comedies, and short
I subjects. Proceeds will go into a fund
I for school insuiance.
A sidewalk in front of the Detroit
school was completed recently. Among
the townsmen to put on the finishing
touches weie George Renner, O. J.
| White, Earl Parker and Oscar Har-
| ris. They were aided by several volun-
| teers from the high school student
j body.
The P. T. A. food sale held Thurs­
day at Davis’ dry goods store in
I Idanha, and the Detroit Market, was
a profitable undertaking. All food
was sold w’ithin three hours. Proceeds
will be added to the school landscaping
coffei s.
The third grade Brownies were en-
| tertained by the first and second
grade Brownies from the Detroit-
Idanha area under the leadership of
Mrs. Betty Pittam, to a weiner roast
at Big Springs Forest camp, east of
hjanha on Thursday. Assisting were
Mrs. Dolly Kite, leader of the third
; grade troop, and Mr. and Mrs. Sol
l Tucker.
I Falls City vs. Detroit in the six
man BLMP closing game Fiiday, won
I a 39-0 victory over Detroit.
•
Old man winter and his little help­
er "jack frost” was around Monday,
spilling their buckets of silvery paint
all over the place and kicking the
thermometer down to a cool 27 de­
grees. We would just as soon see
them get lost.
The Marion County Federation of
Womans’ clubs held its annual fall
meeting Friday, October 30 at the
Waldo Hills community clubhouse
seven miles south of Silverton on the
Stayton-Silverton highway. Mrs. Otto
Russell represented the Detroit civic
club.
Guest speaker for the afternoon ses­
sion was Mrs. Leon R. Barrick of
Salem, who spoke on the highlights
of hers and Dr. Barrick’s recent four
month European trip. Mrs. Barrick
also showed moving pictures of the
pilgrimage to the Holy site in Jeru­
salem, and other pictures of interest
taken in Europe.
Hostess clubs for the meeting and
luncheon were Aumsville and Willard
Woman’s clubs. Mrs. Henry Tate,
president, presided at the meeting
assisted by the executive board, Mrs.
Cobie deLespinasse, vice president,
Mrs. Vera Savage, secretary, Mrs.
Jack Craig, treasurer and Mrs. Fred
Dentel and Mrs. H. A. Lohse, direct­
or e. Mrs. J. C. Schlador, of Detroit,
auditor was unable to attend.
An invitation extended by delegate
I Mrs. Otto Russell for the club to meet
in Detroit in April for the annual
spring meeting was accepted.
Alice Wallis and Dean .Ruzie of
Idanha wefe united in marriage Fri- j
'day evening at 7:30 in the chapel of
the Christian church at Bend. Rev. W.
Hart, officiated. Mrs. Otto Russell of
Detroit was matron of honor, and
Otto Russell was best man. The couple
will be at home in Idanha aftv a
short wedding trip to Eastern Oregon.
Mr. and Mrs. Starr Reed of Detroit
entertained a group of children at
their home Friday evening with a Hal­
loween party. Decorations and enter­
tainment were halloween motifs. The
children ware attired in costume
dress. Prizes were awarded to Mary
Witt and Robert Gordon of Idanha for
best costume.
Those attending were Becky Stoll,
Carolyn Lady, Mary Witt, Robert
Gordon, Gary Roberts. Ronnie Mc­
Kinney, Jimmie Guliford, Myron
I Williams, all of Idanha, and Suzanne
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FRESH
Gates Furniture
DETROIT
THCRSIKY, NOVEMBER 5, 1953
HOT
A Good Place to Buy
NEW And USED FURNITURE
Come into our store, you will find what you want
at a price you can afford to pay.
1—THE MILL CITY ENTERPRISE