The Mill City enterprise. (Mill City, Or.) 1949-1998, December 03, 1953, Page 8, Image 8

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FIRE WOOD
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»—THE MILL CITY ENTERPRISE THURSDAY. DECEMBER 3. 1953
DETROIT
BEE-LINE SERVICE
Mrs. Albert Millsap
Frame, Axle, W heel and Hub Aligning
While lower in the valley Thanks­
Two Locations
By
Boots
(
hamnion
giving day was shrouded in dense
E. Powell Blvd.
203 N. E. Grand
Cores from Lyons M & M Plant cut to order
Poisoned
grain
was
the
bait
used
fog, Gates enjoyed bright sunshine
Gresham
Portland
in
a
recent
week-long
forest
service
per cord
until late in the evening when it began
project to poison rodents, particularly
to rain. Family gatherings, out-of-
Ix>g ends over 17” for furnace wood, per cord
white-footed mice in the Parkett
town guests and a wedding made
Creek sale area. Purpose of the opera­
I Thursday a gala day.
l^>g ends for stove wood under 17” ,per cord
tion was to insure germination of
Josephine Deffenbaugh and Edward
an unusually heavy seed fall in that JERRY’S CORNER
Write CARL TON ACK
| J. Titze, both of Gates, were married
area in a year of generally poor seed
GENERAL DELIVERY
LYONS. OREGON
Thursday morning, in Mill City at the
I like the North
conditions.
Methodist parsonage, the Rev. Brewer
was
C. T. Patterson of Redmond
officiated at the service. They are
Santiam Canyon Better
HOT
FRESH at home in Gates.
awarded the contract for the building
HOT
FRESH
HOT
FRESH
of two permanent reinforced concrete
Mayor and Mis. W. R. Hutcheson
Than any Other Place
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bridges, one at “Blowout Creek” the
had as their dinner guests Mrs. Hut­
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other at “Ivy Creek.” Work began on
cheson’s uncle, Charles D. Frazer, 93,
Because It Has What
X
Ivy Creek bridge about two weeks ago.
her cousin, Norman Kennedy, both
The bridges are being built on forest
No Other Place Has
-3 of Salem and her son and family, Mr,
service roads, but are financed by the
and Mrs. Richard Parker and two
M & M Plywood Co., under the terms
X
small daughters.
YOU
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of the timber sale from the forest
Mr. and Mrs. Glen Henness drove to
X
service.
Jerry
Mehama to spend the day at the home
X
Rosemary Clooney sings the new
to the
of their son and daughter-in-law, Mr.
The
bridges
will
revert
back
X
Rodgers and Hammerstein song, forest service, after they have served
/ and Mrs. Keith Henness.
Gene Teague Chevrolet
At the Edwin Kadine home were "Happy Christmas. Little Friend,” their purpose for M & M.
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Stayton, Oregon
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their son and wife, Mr. and Mrs. I to movie-goers throughout the
A six to eight man crew is em­
Keith Kadine, of Salem, Mrs. Kadine’s United States as star of the Christ­ ployed on the Ivy Creek project and
X Reular 60c seller. Try one this week
mother, Mrs. Mattie Root and neigh­ mas Seal Sale motion picture completion of the bridges is scheduled
trailer. Christmas Seals are being for June 1, 1954.
Special Friday and Saturday, only
X bors, Mr. and Mrs. Emil Johnson.
from Nov. 16 through Decem­
X
Mr. and Mrs. Burrel Cole, sons sold
X
Thanksgiving dinner guests at the |
ber
to
funds to support tuber­
c/j
Marlin and Thurlo had dinner with culosis raise
home of Mr. and Mrs. Guy Moore
prevention
and
control
pro
­
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the Elmer Stewart family at their grams of the voluntary tuberculosis were Mr. and Mrs. Keith Moore and
X
home.
associations. (Photo courtesy of son, Gary, Independence; Mr. and Mrs.
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Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Hudson had
TRY OUR DATE NUT CAKE
Ingle Johnson, Mill City; Mr. and Mrs.
X as their guests their son-in-law and Paramount Pictures I
Rod Mooree and daughter Becky, and
daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Raz-
Mrs. Rose Mermillion, Detroit.
I mus and son and their son and family, I at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Glen
o Swell For Lunches
Mrs. Maritta Chapman of Portland,
Hearing
were
Mr.
and
Mrs.
Dan
Mor-
I Mr. and Mrs. W.. E. Hudson and
' is
home or
uau
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Buy one today at only
is visiting
visiting at
at the
the
home
of ner
her
daugh-
1
rison.
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babies, all from Salem.
m
ter and son-in- law, the Marion Kites.
YOUR
| Mr.
i»n. and
nnu Mrs.
„ns. Len
L.en Young
i uuug served | Mr.
"»r. and
anu Mrs.
.urs. Clarence
clarence Rush
Kush ate |
Mrs. Ellen Manning was called to
CI dinner to their son-in-law and daugh- turkey and fixings at the home of
S & H
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' ter, Mr. and Mrs. Colis Heath and Mr. Rush’s parents, Mr. and Mrs. Portland Tuesday of last week by the
sudden illness of her father, John
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X I infant daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Percy Charles Rush.
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i<- and 1 Mrs.
.... Melvin --
.
Joyce. Mr. Joyce, who has been in poor
Green Stamp Store
X
Mulligan
and 1 Mr.
Mr. and Mrs. A. T. Barnhardt had health for some time was taken to a
Newberg and daughter, Penny.
as their guests, Mrs. Barnhardt’s
OUR
Mrs. Manning returned home
Walter Brisbin spertt father, John Gaheen, of Denver, Colo.; hospital.
fei
Wednesday. She reports his condition I
X the Mr. day and in Mrs.
Portland at the home of Mr. Barnhardt’s parents, Mr. and Mrs. improved, and his release from the |
EVERYDAY
o Mrs. Brisbin’s son and family, Mr.
Mill City, Oregon
| G. C. Barnhardt, Gates and Mr. and
x Phone 2222
hospital
soon.
and Mrs. Ansel Hayward and sons.
Mrs. David Barnhardt and daughter,
PRICES WILL
HOT
FRESH
HOT
FRESH
Tree planting continues in the De-1
HOT
FRESH Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Völkel were of
Niagara.
troit district of the Willamette Na-1
guests at the home of Mr. Volkel’s
Richard and Oscar Nystrom had tional forest, despite wet weather and
PLEASE YOU
sister, Mrs. Olla Hughes, of Salem.
with their sister and family, should do so for the next two or three i
Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Haywood and dinner
Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Stafford and weeks under present weather condi-‘
children joined members of Mrs. three
Phone 3206
Mill City
kiddies.
tions, according to District Ranger S. i
Haywood’s family in Salem at the
Mrs.
Velma
Carey
attended
a
fam-
home of her parents.
Moore.
On the Highway
ily dinner in Albany at the home of T. Ray
Nelson of Idanha suffered sup- '
At the L. L. Rynearson home ! i her
son
and
wife,
Mr.
and
Mrs.
Norm
­
Thursday were Mrs. Rynearson’s
Carey. Others present were Mr. erficial cuts to the face when his car .
mother and brother and family, Mrs. an
and Mrs. Don Carey and Jon, Mr. and collided with a parked unlighted auto-
| Alva McNamee, Mr. and Mrs. Don Mrs. Gale Carey and two children, all mobile near the state cottage farm at
I McNamee and family all from Sher- J of Stayton, Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Salem, he accident occurred about 5:00
I wood. Mrs. Rynearson attended the I Carey and family of Portland and p. m. Tuesday as Mr. Nelson was re­
SPECIAL FOR
| reception Sunday in Portland follow­ ' James Carey of Gates.
turning to his home.
i
ing the wedding of her neice. Miss
Damage to
Nelsons
car, which he
THIS WEEK ONLY
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“At the Bottom of the Hili”
Mr. and Mrs. George Clise enter­
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' Dorothy McNamee to Delbert Pegler. tained
Mr. and Mrs. Alva Johnson, had purchased that day, was estimated
A family dinner was held at the Bob Scharingson and Melford Steven­ at
-* -pproximately $200. „ Mr.
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• below
I was approximately
home of Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Fleet­ son, of Longbeach, Calif.
cut on the forehead * and
wood. Their guests were their son
Neoprene Full Soles
From Mill City at the Orville Ny­ the eye when his glasses broke.
I Lyle, who was home from school in gaard home were Mr. Nygaard’s sister
Thanksgiving guests at the home of
Klamath Falls and their daughter and and family, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Mr. and Mrs. Dorland Ray in Idanha,
See us for all
family, Mr. and Mrs. Ben Beisell and Brown, Jr., and two children.
were Mrs. Ray’s mother, Mrs. Ellen
SHOE
and BOOT
1 two sons from Greshem.
Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Allen (Butch) Manning, and her sister. Miss Lou
Spending Thanksgiving in Stayton spent their holiday in Klamath Falls,
REPAIR
WORK
Ann Manning of Detroit.
and
Where Mr. Allen planned to go goose
and Mrs.
Mr. ana
.ms. Allen
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n hunting.
family of Idanha moved back to Ar-
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Rubber Boot Retreads
Mr. and Mrs. Edmund Davis and | ..ansas
iasi week.
««¿k.
last
i Mr. and Mrs. Lincoln Henness at­ i kansas
Felicitations a.e
are being
extended
to
Felicitations
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tended a family dinner in Mill City i Mr. and Mrs. Don
Lloyd
of r^onha.
Idanha,
at the Herbert Schroeder home.
| on the birth of a son, Gary Douglas,
If it can be done,
Mr. and Mrs. Bob Kelle and two 6 pounds
pounds 13
ounces, born
io uunvvu,
—------ --- at Stayton
We can do it!
children of Cutler City spent the holi­ Memorial hospital on Friday. This is I
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day at the home of Kelle’s parents, the Lloyd’s first child.
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Kelle.
John Davis accompanied by Mary
Mr. and Mrs. Ned Richards' Thanks­
giving guests were their granddaught­ Gordon motored to their respective
East of the Bank
er, Mrs. Kenneth Kanoff and three home in Idanha for Thanksgiving.
Phone
1826
Mill City
Miss
Gordon
and
Mr.
Davis
are
at
­
children, of Lyons and Elton Brown,
grandson and a guest, Gwen Judson, tending Monmouth OCE.
A Marion county “B” League basket
of Salem.
Mr. and Mrs. Don Miley, accompan­ l-all “jamboree” will be held Saturday,
ied by Mr. Mileys’ parents, Mr. and Dec. 5 at 7 p. m. at the Willamette
Mrs. H. D. Miley, of Longbeach, Cal., University in Salem. Detroit will
joined members of Mrs. Miley's fam­ play Chemewa in the season’s first
ily in Salem at the home of Mr. and basketball game at the “jamboree.”
The dance held Wednesday, Nov.
Mrs. H. H. Bolnieier.
STORE HOURS—7:00 to 7:00 Except Sundays and Holidays
THURSDAY. FRIDAY
Mrs. Martha Bowes had dinner 25 at the Detroit school auditorium,
Thanksgiving day with Mrs. Mary drew a nice attendance. The dance
and SATURDAY
Eggletsrom at the Ed. Kreuger home. was sponsored by the Detroit high o
Joining the Kenneth Martig family school ski club, to raise money for
December 3, 4. and 5
for dinner Thursday was Mrs. Ray­ their club.
Weekend visitors at the home of Mr.
ALAN LADD and
mond Hobbs. Friday evening at the
JEAN ARTHUR in
Martig home, in observance of the and Mrs. John Bryant were Mr. and
anniversary of the ascension of Abdu'l Mrs. Rolan James, and Mr. and Mrs.
Baha, were Mrs. Viola Van Buslirk, Al Bell, of Salem.
SHANE
Clearing and burning of debris in g
Mrs. Monroe Gilbert and Lloyd New­
Per pound
Sugar cured, per lb.
a
the
Detroit
Dam
Reservoir
area
got
comer all of Salem.
Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Struckmeier had under way Nov. 23rd with the arrival
In Technicolor
as their guests, Mrs. Struckmeier's of S. W. Groesbeck of Eugene, con­
son-in-law and daughter and family, tractor, and his crew of six men.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Stutzman and Clearing and burning is now going II KID'S CLUB MATINEE—
*4 or whole
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Ends and Pieces
two sons of Portland and Mr. Struck- on in three separate areas in the
2:00 P. M. SATURDAY
Sugar cured, per lb.............. UuC
Per pound
meier’s sister from Albany, Mrs. reservoir with the aid of one “cat.” j
MUIR'S
BIRTHDAY CAKE for
What do you know, Detroit, or at il
Elma Hazen.
club members whose birthdays
least
one
resident
in
Detroit,
the
Lloyd
A family dinner at the Albert Mill­
come this week.
sap home included their daughter and ■Ketchums are getting good reception
family, Mr. and Mrs. Edmund Klecker, on their TV set. Maybe there is hope
Janet, Kristene, Lee. Rodney and Jef­ for the rest of us.
Old man winter is back at it again,
SUNDAY. MONDAY
frey; their son and family, Mr. and
Mrs. Ralph Millsar. Bettye and Robert splattering snow on the ridges sur­
December 6 and 7
of Portland and Mr. and Mrs. Dorland rounding Detroit.
A
holiday
visitor
at
the
home
of
Swan and Kathy, of Salem.
GARY GRANT
Mr. and Mrs. Tilman Rains attended Mr. and Mrs. Dee Palmer, was their
DEBORAH
KERR and
daughter.
Miss
Lillian
Palmer
of
a family gathering in Foster at the
WALTER PIDGEON in
home of their son and family, Mr. and Salem. The dinner held a special in­
Mrs. Uon Cline. Recent guests at terest, because of Mrs. Palmers’ birth­
the Rains home were Mr. and Mrs. day which was on the 25th.
DREAM WIFE
Mr. and Mrs. Rex Lindly of Detroit 1
Grant Cline, Utah and Ollie Pells, all
from Eureka, Arkansas. Mrs. Ina left for Feathers Falls. Calif., last
Feature at 5:20 - 7:30 Sunday
3 lb. can
Rams, of Oregon City and Mrs. Ed­ week. Mr. Mr. Lindly doesn't know it
yet. but Uncle Sam is looking for
win Rains, of Salem.
him (notification.)
TUESDAY and
$10
$12
£12
Boston
Cream Pie
Ressler's
Grocery
89c
v a
x
©
MUIR S BAKERY
Never
a Dull Moment
10% off on
MILL CITY TAVERN
Chuck's Shoe Shop
By Shopping
Regularly at
Stewart's
Try Our Smoked Meats
Picnic Hams
45©
Hams
Slab Bacon
69c
Bacon
2çc
Pure Ground Beef 3 LBS 1.00
Chuck Roast ] per pound 43c
Cream Corn, 1
27c
Spry Shortening
Sunshine Crackers
2 pounds
Canned Milk, popular brands,
89c
49c
14c
Specials for Friday and Saturday
STEWART S GROCERY
Daily Delivery in the City
Phene 1167
Order Deadline 3:00 P. M
MiH City, Oregon
Mill City Hi-Lites
Mr. and Mr*. James Swan spent
the Thanksgiving holidays visiting the
families of their daughters and sons-
in-laws, Mr. and Mrs. George Gillen­
water and Mr. and Mrs. Orville Oder-
mann of Fortuna. Calif. On their re­
turn trip they stopped for short
visits at the homes of former Mill
City relatives and friends. They visited
Mrs. Swans' sister. Mrs. Etta Gallea.
who has been ill for several weeks at
the home of her daughter. Mrs. Don
W llianw (Gertrude Galleai, Arcadia;
Mrs. Nell Wackter and son, Edward
and family of Cornell. They have a
baby girl born October 31. They also
Sight your gun before you fire, or stopped at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
your neighbor may expire
Robert Schroeder at Crescent City.
Ry Yvonne Dart
The tickets are now being sold for
the Junior play, ‘‘Desnerate Ambrose.”
Wednesday, Dec. 2, was green and
gold day at the high school. Everyone
was to wear their outfits. In the
evening they played Stayton at Stay­
ton.
Saturday. December R is the high
school leagues' basketball jamboree.
Mill City is hoping to get first place
in the ywlling section. Mill City will
play St. Paul at 7 p. m.
WEDNESDAY
December 8 and 9
t
JOHN WAYNE in
:
ALLEGHENY
UPRISING
NEWS
Doors Open at 7:<*• P. M.
Complete show eaa be aeea say
tiwa up to 3:3«