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About The Mill City enterprise. (Mill City, Or.) 1949-1998 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 17, 1953)
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land Mrs. Leo Crook and family of ft—THE MILL CITY ENTERPRISE
| The’drarch benefit dinner Thura- THURSDAY. DECEMBER 17, 1953
Mrs. John Teeters
i day was a big success with about $270
Mr. and Mrs. O. E. Hoodenpyle and
La Vera Ruth "Billie” Wilson, bride taken >"• This money will be used to daughter, Donna, of Creswell, were
elect of Herbert Graen, was guest of help pay for the new floor,
Sunday visitors at the home of Mr.
honor at a miscellaneous shower at I------------------------------------------------- and Mrs. J. C. Kimmel. While here
the Women's Club house Wednesday Enterprise Class Ads Pay Donna did some artistic holiday dec
evening, December 9. The singing of
orating on the windows of the Mill
Try One Today!
Christmas carols was enjoyed after
which the honor guest opened her
gifts, assisted by Myrna Clason. The
hostesses, Mrs. Elwin Erickson, Mrs.
Harry Gisholt, and Mrs. Gayle Brown
served refreshments to the following
We will be closed at 4 p. m., Thursday
Mmes Larry Prichard, Felix Lucier,
Harold Longfellow, Bob Crouser, Clay
December 4 and remain closed until
Kirkland, Jennette Behrens, Gordon
January 4, 1954
Kirsch, Lester Luke, Bud Davenport,
Harvey Grimes, Boyd Norton, Harry
CHUCK’S FINE FOODS
Clason, John Teeters, L. J. Miller,
Two miles east of Gates, Oregon
Graen, Myrna Clason and Paula Kirk
Sending gifts were: Mmes. Wayne
Kerr, Wilson Stevens, Frank White,
Buck Miller, Carl Titus, Pearl Alla
way, Lou Kirkland, Ken Kelly, Rus
sell Thiel, Dick Jordan, Glen Berring-
er and Chis McDonald.
141 N. Commercial St.
The Mehama local of the Farmers
Has Everything for Your
Union held their annual Christmas
party at the Women’s club house Fri
day evening. About 15 members of
the Jordan local were present, as well
as several other visitors. After a
Furniture and Bookkeeping Supplies
short business meeting presided over
by the president, Sam Wiser, the
rest of the evening was turned over
. to the program committee. Christmas
j carols were sung and an old-fashoined
spelling bee was held with the Jordan
J and Mehama locals competing.
Mrs. Lloyd Sletto pronounced the
j words and Mehama finally won after
a hard-fought battle. Jerry Coffman
. showed an interesting film on the
Pacific Northwest which was enjoyed
by all, after which Santa appeared
and gifts were distributed. The even
ing closed with the usual bountiful
pot luck supper. The next meeting of
the Mehama local will be the evening
of January 8.
The Board of Trustees of the Me
hama Women's club met at the club
house Monday afternoon for the last
meeting of the year. Three members
were absent. Those present were:
president, Mrs. Harry Monroe; secre
tary, Mrs. Ercill Wilson; Mrs. Chis
McDonald, Mrs. Raymond Branch,
Mrs. John Teeters, Mrs. Ken Golliet,
End all your gate annoyances for life with Dcring Life-
and Mrs. Keith Phillips.
Time Gates made of Aircraft Aluminum. This gate is so
Mr. and Mrs. Allen Griffith left for
light, yet so strong, it can’t possibly sag or drag. (Sixteen-
Kansas last -Saturday to spend a
foot gate weighs only 59 lbs.) Rolled edges can't snare
month viaiting relatives.
or tear clothing or animals. Can’t rust or corrode. Latch
Visitors at the Charles Crook and
is positive, automatic, strong. Can be padlocked. Hinges
Eva Crook homes Saturday were Mr.
For you, for your famliy, from all of us here—the best of good wishes
for the Happiest Holidays and a Prosperous New Yean
SPECIALS FOR THURSDAY AND TIL CHRISTMAS
JELLO 6f|“vor“ 3 For 23c
BORDEN'S 9 oz. pkg.
Cranberry Sauce 2
Lindsay Brand, Medium No. 1
Ripe Olives 2 f- 39 c
40 Ounce Package
Betty ('rocker, 9 ounce package
FIE CRUST MIX 2 25
3 Minute Brand, White or Yellow
2 lb pk
SI INKIST ORANGES .67 Candy Bars
2 lbs 23c
Large, fresh crisp
Extra Fancy, Large Red
of sturdy cast aluminum. Six-inch hinge screws provided.
This is the ideal gate for ranch and farm. Try one and
you won’t be happy until you are completely equipped
with Life-Time Gates. 52 in. high, in lengths from 4 ft.
to 16 ft. Priced so low you can’t afford to be without
Life-Time Gates. Satisfaction guaranteed or money back.
M» first for . . ;•
Sweet Potatoes or Yams
THE COMMERCIAL BOOK STORE
10 oz. pk.
• Factory-Trained Experts
e Genuine Holpoint Part»
Also Complete Service
on all makes
Ranges and Water Heaters
LIBBY'S 303 Size
Santiam Fanners Co-op
Grinding and Mixing
THIS WEEK ONLY
10% off on
Neoprene Full Soles
Swift’s Premium, oven ready
Hens per lb
Toms per lb.
See us for all
SHOE and BOOT
Rubber Boot Retreads
Oven ready Roasting
Young enough to be fried
If it can be done.
We can do it!
Chuck s Shoe Shop
Halt or whole, mild, delicious flavor
10 to 11 pounds
East of the Bank
FOR FRYING OR
Get your ticket* for the Merchant»' Christmas Show at our store.
Cloaed Sunday and ( hristmas
CfpJJùæ of u lime
FOR YOUR DRESSING
• What a comfort it ia, in
dme of serious illness, to
know that hands—skilled
and experienced in the
task assigned—serve you
with painstaking care.
Your prescription is im
portant to you—
600DÍSS Of TlMf -O' «
2 0 **OMt
SET WITH DIAMONDS
tOODISS Of TlMf 1
Baker’s Mill City Jewelry
EASY CREDIT TERMS
Me reserve the right to limit quantities
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Mill City, Oregon