The Mill City enterprise. (Mill City, Or.) 1949-1998, January 07, 1954, Page 2, Image 2

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    been transferred from San Diego.
We wish a quick recovery to these:
Mrs. John Estey, Detroit, who has
been quite ill since Christmas with
virus pneumonia. Mrs. Anthony Sav-
age, Idanha, w'ho has been ill. Mrs.
Scott Young, Marion, Forks, who
twisted her ankle and fell, fiacturing
, a small bone in one leg on Christmas
day; Mrs. Gearhart of Detroit, who
1 has been ill; Thomas Sheehan, Detroit
underwent surgical removal of shrap­
nel wounds to both legs during War II
and as a result has undergone many­
operations including plastic surgery.
He is also taking physical therapy­
treatments to improve a muscle con­
dition resulting from these injuries.
Frame, Axle, Wheel and Hub Aligning
Two Locations
E. Powell Blvd.
203 N. E. Grand
Quality Job Printing at
The Mill City Enterprise
Viv's Steak House
Phone 5807
Mill City
Open 6 A. M. to 11 P. M.
Closed Mondays
•Mrs. Elaine Farrow
Idanha residents have been slush­
ing around in snow as of Saturday
evening, while some in Detroit laugh­
ingly brag they are living in the ban­
ana belt aiea. Of course we know
that’s a little far-fetched, especially
those who have just returned from
California and report the weather
there beautiful and of the shirt-sleeve
variety. Of those foitunate few were
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Haseman of
Idanha, who returned home Sunday
from San Francisco where they vis­
ited friends over the holidays..
Disregarding the weather and the
fact that the water was too cold to
enjoy, Earl Carte, of Idanha claims
the honor of the first to go swimming
in 1954, at least in this area. He took
a Dull Moment
“At the Bottom of the Hill”
Byron Davis, Owner
.Mill City, Oregon
Just to let you know it can’t get
a “good guy” down, were pleased to
report that Guy Moore is doing very
nicely since his recent bout in surg­
ery and just to keep in trim finds him­
self doing all sorts of jobs around
■This 1951 Ford Crestline Fordor sedan —new this year—has interior beauty and new power a - -t-
usually found only in costly limousines. Its smart new grille has a characteristic Lord center spinner,
recessed parking lights and jet type air scoop. Like all 1954 Ford passenger cars, it has new ball Join t
front suspension for easier handling and the choice of either Ford's completely new 130 h.p. 1 block
V-8 engine or the new 115-h.p. I-block Mileage Maker Six. For ease and driving pleasure it has
power steering, power brakes, power operated windows and front seat, plus Fordomatic or overdrive,
available at extra cost.
-is dip in the Termite Lumber Co. mill Mairied on New Year’s eve at 8:30 will be at home in Detroit. Mrs. Ar­
o’clock in Vancouver, Wash., were Mr. senault will have a triple occasion to
nd (by accident of course.)
Jim Healy of Redmond, formerly of and Mrs. Joe Arsenault (Enid Ben­ celebrate next year. Not only was it
Idanha has sold his interest to the nett) daughter of Mrs. John Estey, New Year’s eve and her wedding date,
it was also her birthday.
remaining partner of the Termite all of Detroit.
John E.-tey of Detroit, recently had
The bride wore a blue suit with
Lumber Company in Idanha.
Attention: all you men and boys, black accessories and her favorite cor­ the pleasure of greeting an uncle
you throw away those fiddles and dog sage, white gardenias. J. B. Bowman, who told Johnny he was only three
collars now. Casey, “the barber” is justice of the peace performed the weeks old at their last pieeting. He is
back in Idanha again.
¡ceremony. Standing in as witnesses I Frank Foster of Aiken, Minn., who
Guess cupid was very busy in De-for the couple were Mr. and Mrs. I 1 dropped in on Mr. and Mrs. V. J.
I- -
troit during the holidays when he Richard Ehrstiom of Portland, who Baucke, Portland, while Mr. Estey
again shot that famous little bow and also entertained them as guests over was visiting there last weekend.
Mrs. O. J. White and daughter, Mar-
arrow at another well known couple, the weekend. Mr. and Mrs. John E.-tey
First on his list were Mr. and Mrs. were also guests at her daughter’s ene, left Monday for Bremerton,
Bob Budlong (Marlene White) who wedding. Mr. Arsenault has lecently where Marlene will join her husband,
joined the wedded list on December 27. i been employed in Portland but they i Ale Bob Budlong who has recently
Announcing for'54
The Ray Walters, Nina, Gene and
Frankie of Roseburg, formerly of De­
troit, visited with friends in Idanha
and Detroit Saturday. Mrs. Walters
and the three children have just re­
covered from Mumps.
Holiday visitors also were the Mar­
ion Sowa family of Roseburg, former­
ly of Idanha who visited with her
mother, Mrs. Carrie Bullard at De­
troit. The Bullards aie leaving Detroit
this week for The Dalles, where Mr.
Bullard hopes to find work.
Guests of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Lay­
man of Detroit for New Years were
Mr. and Mrs. Small and Jerry Creasy
of Toledo, Oregon. Greatly missed
during the holiday was their only son,
A2c Bob Layman who writes he wa­
in Japan, the Philippines and is now
on Okinawa.
The "Bud” Gescher’s of Detroit e: -
tertained New Years Day dinner
guests which included Mr. and Mis.
Earl Layman, Mr. and Mrs. Johnny-
Bryant. Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Brown
and twins, Donna and Linda and Carl
Mr. and Mrs. Lee Ross spent New
Years day in Salem visiting friends.
Mr. and Mrs. Lee Bassett and
| daughter, Rosalie, were visitors in
I Salem Sunday.
The Rev. and Mrs. Harold Martin
were in Portland Monday. Mrs. Marti-
remained there.
Mr. and Mrs. Howard Higley and
family, of Portland, spent a few- day-1
here at the Paul Higley home.
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Kliewer mo­
tored to Portland where they spent
the New Year’s w-eekend visting with
Mrs. Edna Jenkins and her sister,
Mrs. Red Wills, spent the holidays
in Los Angeles where they visited
a sister, Mrs. Gladys Carr.
Mr. and Mrs. John Nelson and
daughter of Arcada, California, are
visiting for a few days with their
son-in-law and daughter. Mr. and Mrs.
Jack McClintock.
NOW! 5 Ford engines offer
the mightiest concentration of power per cubic
inch ever in any truck line! V-8 and SIX!
For the power they develop, the engines in the 1954
1’oni Truck line have less cubic inch displacement than
engines in other-make lines. For example, Ford’s 239
cu. in. Power King V-8 develops its 130 h.p. on as much
as 43 cu. in. less displacement. Smaller-displacement
engines normally need less gas! That’s one big reason why
Ford concentrated power c" rs --eater economy!
Ford takes the lead in
vital factors that make for lower-cost trucking!
Now, only in Ford Trucks—gas-saving, LOW-FRICTION,
high-compression, overhead-valve, deep-block engines
in all truck models! 115- to 170-h.p.!
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Lalack and Monte,
and Mr. and Mrs. Oral Williams of
Ocean Lake, California, were guests
at the Clarence Howe home. Saturday
night the group was entertained at
the Joe Lalack home.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles I mphress mo­
tored to Empire Saturday night. Mr.-.
I mphress remained at the home of
their son-in-law and daughter, the
David McIntyres where she wilt
care for the McIntyre’s new baby son.
Guests for Christmas dinner of Mr.
and Mrs. D. L. Tumidge were their
son-in-law and daughter. Mr. and Mrs.
Joe Cribbs and daughter. Sandra and
Mr. Cribbs mother. Mrs. Mae Cribbs,
of Cascadia, and their son-in-law and
daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Cree
and children, Shirley Jean and Bobby
of Sutherlin.
New greater capacity! New Factory-Built
"6-wheelers,” gross up to 48% more!
Seerie/r) TODAY/
Mr. and Mrs. Otto Witt returned
Monday night from Glendale, Cali­
fornia, where they had visited with
tMir son-in-law and daughter, Mr.
and Mrs. Dale Bassett. They report
a splendid visit. They went by trait..
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Bassett and
family returned home New Years day
from Springfield, Ohio. They report
splendid weather on the trip and that
they did not turn their windshield
swipes on until they hit the Cascade
summit on the return trip.
New Driverized Cabs, Master-Guide Power Steering,
Power Brakes, Fordomatic Drive for faster control!
Floyd Shepherd is able to be out
and around again after having spent
some time in the hospital where he
underwent an operation for double
hernia. He still has to take it easy.
Now Ford F-9OO Bia Jo«, G.V.W. 27,000 Ib».. G.C.W. £5 000 1U
A small group of young people home
for the holidays surprised Leia Kelly
with an impromptu “get-together"
Saturday night when they dropped in
for the evening. Those making up th
party were Ardith Jones. Dolores
Poole Vera Loucks. Bob Shelton, Bill
Hamblin, and Leia Kelly.
Mason’s January
Starts Thursday