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About The Mill City enterprise. (Mill City, Or.) 1949-1998 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 17, 1953)
THE MILL CITT ENTERPRISE THURSDAY. DECEMBER 17, 1953
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Well, . . .
IT LOOKS AS IF THERE ARE PENTY OF FINE
MUIR’S BIRTHDAY CAKE for
KID’S CLUB MATINEE—
2:00 P. M. SATURDAY
December 20 and 21
DEBORAH KEER, JEAN
CHARLES LAUGHTON in
Delicious! Real down-on-the*
YOU FOR ME
farm flavor! That's how your family and
Stuffin' Bread is a tasty loaf with
exactly the right combination of spices
No fuss! No ffivu!
Feature at 5:15 - 7:30 Sunday
You fust add melted butter ond water
“To Do Good Will
ond, presto,., you're ready to stuff
your bird. Promise yourself praise!
Use Stuffin' Bread this year.
Bring to You Yet
One "Horse Laugh” after an
MARJORIE MAIN and
Gene Teague Chevrolet
Very funny comedy with
JANE GREER in
guests will describe your dressing.
JERRY’S CORNER .
Christmas Cards Toys
In Technicolr — Plus
JUDY CANOVA in
ond iea>oning>... baked right in.
YOUR MARSHALL WELLS STORE
Mill City, Oregon
FOR SALE—Boys large bike, recon
ditioned and newly painted. Home
evenings.—Mrs. Ingle Johnson,
Hilltop General Store
December 17, 18 and 19
GEORGE MONTGOMERY in
With each $5 cash purchase we will give you a free
ticket good at the Mill City Theatre, Dec. 22 and 23
Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Walkup motored
to Albany Sunday, where they spent
the day visiting friends.
Too Late To Classify
To choose from right here in Mill City and especially at
HILLTOP GENERAL STORE.
I see where one can purchase gifts for everyone in the
family, and there is no parking problem either.
If you want something in the sporting goods line for Dad
or Son, you can find it here. We also have splendid
gifts for the home. TRY AT HOME FIRST.
*rds and Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Kayler, V oung People Invited
all of Molalla were weekend guests
at the Burrel Cole home. Mrs. Cole To Go Caroling Monday
and Mr. Everton are brother and
Young people of the community are
sister. Monday Mr. and Mrs. Everton invited to go caroling Monday even
and Mr. and Mrs. Cole drove to Eu
gene to visit realtives which they ing, December 21, gathering at the
First Christian church in time to
had not seen for 30 years.
Tuesday evening at a meeting of leave at 7:30. After the caroling
the 4H Forestry group an election , there will be refreshments provided
of officers was held. Kirk Nygard was by ladies of the Mill City churches.
Youth sponsors are requested to ac
elected president; Walter Thomas Jr.,
vice president Darlene Joaquin, secre company the youth groups from the
tary-treasurer and Roberta Chance, respective churches.
yell leader. Mrs. Edward Chance is
leader of the group.
Mn. Albert Millsap
Preparations for the Christmas
holidays are in full swing in Gates,
everybody busy Christmas shopping
and planning for the homecoming of
relatives. (That makes poor pickin’s
for us unfortunte correspondents—
The annual Christmas program to
be presented by students of the junior
senior high and Gates grade school
will be held in the gym Wednesday
evening, at 7:30, December 23. Dar
rell Crossler, of the high school facul
ty and Mrs. Richard Parker, teacher
| of the sixth grade are co-chairmen in
charge of the program, at which the
I theme will be “Living Christmas
A] i Cards.” The public is invited.
The Gates Womans club will hold
their annual Christmas party and
| gift exchange, Thursday evening, De
cember 17. Mrs. Orville Nygaard,
I Mrs. George Clise and Mrs. Tim
| White will be hostess for the affair, j
Members will be notified by
where the party will be held.
Mrs. Elmer Klutke, Mrs. Glen Hen-
ness, Mrs. Edmund Davis and Mrs.
Velma Carey, members of the Fair
view Cemetery association were host
esses Saturday evening at a card
party, held in the recreation rooms
of the high school. A much smaller
group was in attendance than had
been hoped for but more than $35
was realized from the games and the
[ sale of refreshments. This sum will
I be applied to the expense incurred by
the survey of the cemetery and the
new addition recently purchased.
Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Everton, of
Hermiston; Mr. and Mrs. Don Rich-
Phone 2222 Mill City, Ore.
Doors Open at 7:08 P. M.
Complete show can be seen any
time up to 8:30
"’e will have the finest produce available
for your Christmas enjoyment.
GOOD SELECTION OF NUTS. CANDIES
AND FRUITS FOR CHRISTMAS
Sugar Cured, 1-2 or whole
Don’t Wait Until The
Last Minute to Order
4 for .33
r JÎ mïc 35 c
e LL.X 2 for .35
Pie Crust Mix
2 for 27c
Cream Style Corn
*•»» ■-*, ach ? 45c
Limit One Deal to Customer
Order from us today!
Premium Rib. Sirloin, T-Bone and
Round Steaks, while quantities last
Complete Selection of Grade A
Toms and Hens to choose from
Premium — Arm Roast, Blade
Roast, Rump Roast. While Quan
Per pound ...............
GROUND BEEF—Pure, Uan
39c■e,,crs 3 ? $1
Duncan Hines. Betty Crocker, Pillsbury Swans lUn.
Choice Birds, per pound
All prices effective now until Christmas so shop now from our complete selec
tion of nothing but the finest foods available to make that meal of meals a
STEWART S GROCERY
Daily Delivery in the City
Order Deadline 3:00 P. M.
MiB City, Oregon