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About The Mill City enterprise. (Mill City, Or.) 1949-1998 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 7, 1954)
4—THE MILL CITY ENTERPRISE THURSDAY, JANUARY 7. 1»54
LES S TAVERN
That’s A Fact
Under New Management
Come in and get aquainted with us.
Shuffleboard tournament eliminations every
Meet your friends here for the
Lz MOST ELERvBOPY KNOWS
Best In Beverages
“BILL” GRAHAM. Owner
THAT BENJAMIN FRANKLIN SAID:
• a man may , if hi kvcms \ ot how
TO SAkf AS HE GETS KEEP H.'S NOSE
TO THE abHomne."
BUT WHO KNOWS THAT BEN...
■INVENTED THE MOUTH ORGAN
•INVENTED THE ROCKING CHA.R
•WAS THE CHAMPION SAMMER
OF HIS DAV
• DEVELOPED THE F.RST .EMUL
Mr. and Mrs. Everett Hoover and
son Mike, of Klamath Falls, spent
I Christmas at the home of her par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Bert Morris a-d
, her aunt, Mrs. Julia Kemp.
Mr. and Mrs. George Cree spent i Mrs. Emma Teter, who has been
Sunday in Scio, visiting Mr. and Mrs. visiting her daughter, Mrs. G. O. Fink,
C. C. Burmester, old time neighbors. ' and other relatives at Klickitat, Wash,
for the past three months returned
Mrs. W. D. Nettleton and Craig of to her hoYtle here Sunday.
of Dallas, were New Years guests of
Mrs. Denver Young, Salem, spent
the John Muir family.
Monday evening at the Lee Ross home,
Guests at the Bob Hill home New while Sheriff Y'oung attended the zone
Years eve were Mr. and Mrs. Carl meeting of the lions club here. Mr.
Kelly and Mr. and Mrs. Homer Thack Y’oung is president of the downtown
Lions club in Salem.
Mr. and Mrs. K. E. Dombrosky this
week moved into the Frank Nist house
ion Northwest River road, which they
To see the New Y’ear in and have
| breakfast wuth the Dick Farrow fam-
SEE US FOR
I ily, Idanha were Mr. and Mrs. Don
Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Walkup mo Farrow and Sandra of DeLake, ‘Mr.
tored to Salem New Y’ears day where and Mrs. Marion Kite, Mr. and Mrs.
they visited their son and daughter-in- Herman Smith, Mr. and Mrs. Otto
law, Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Walkup.
Russell, Mr. and Mrs. Dorland Ray,
Cores from Lyons M & M Plant cut to order
New Year's guests in the H. E. Jull Virgilia White, Thomas Sheehan ard
Sjov CAN FIGURE A TRACTOR
$10 per cord
were minister and Mrs. L. O. Albin Fredrickson.
GOOD FOR FROM 8 TO 10 YEARS.
The Idanha lumber mill reopened on
of the Christian church at
EY PUTTING ASIDE PART OF THElR
Log ends for stove wood under 17” .per cord S12
Monday, January 4, after being shut
TARNNGS N BETTER-THAN-
E.'ER U.S SAWNGS BONOS
¡down for the past couple of weeks f r
Write CARL TON ACK
farmers can painlessly build
R/ s D
1 general repairs.
UP A ” NEW TRACTOR RESERVE.'
Home to spend a few days with l:.s
move to Portland this week here Mr.
Lowery will enroll in the University of parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Haseman
Portland to study for his Master’s of Idanha, is Dick Haseman Radar
man 2c from Norfolk, Va. Dick plaits
to be released from service sometime
TRY OUT A NEW SINGER SEWING MACHINE
Mr. and Mrs. Lowell Stiffler spent in August after his return from the
spent New Year’s day in Portland at Mediterranean where he will go Feb
Seven day FREE TRIAL in your home. When in need
the home of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Bell. ruary 3.
Hoodo Ski Bowl Teports excellent
of service for your machine or when you need a new or
HOW IT BEGAN
TOU CAN BEGIN
They also visited with Mr. and Mrs.
skiing conditions for all of you who
Ki A labama is an I ndian
a savings program by buying
James Armstrong while there.
used Sewing Machine, Call or Write
WORD MEANING, 'I
US SAVINGS BONOS.' «75 00
enjoy the sport.
CLEAR THE THICKET.*
nv ESTEP TODAY WILL GROW INTO »100.00
The North Santiam Chamber of
IN LESS THAN 10 YEARS.1.'
joyable evening last week at the home Commerce is planning a special event
of Judge and Mrs. George Duncan in in January for its members. Perhaps
130 N. Commercial
Stayton. A group of friends from by next week we might have some
thing on this.
Salem attended the affair.
Civic club has teen postponed until
Wednesday, January 13 when Mrs.
Gearheart, of Detroit, will be hostess
for the evening.
Mr. and Mrs. Lester Beason, and
guest. Miss Hunter, all of Eugene,
spent the holidays in their mountain
cabin at Detroit.
Mr. and Mrs. Kenney of Portland
visited with the L. C. Davis’s in
Idanha over New Y’ears.
Burton Hairis who plans on enter
ing the navy soon and Dude Renner
of Detroit, visited with Burtons pa:-
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Harris at
Winchester Bay over Christmas.
The Bonneville Power line crew is
back in the area to resume work
which was interrupted recently by
Mis. M. V. (Wally) Rhodes of
Detroit, while returning from Eastern
Oregon the other evening, happened
on two badly damaged cars on ti e
North Santiam, close to Suttle Lake
Lodge. While trying to summon an
ambulance some other motorists took
the badly injured persons to a hos
pital. One died, another is in critical
condition. The accident was due to a
very slick and icy condition. Let this
serve w-arning to even the most care
ful drivers. Y’ou just can’t be too
cautious in weather such as this when
road conditions change from hour to
hour. As Mr. Rhodes stated on his
way over he noted the wet highway at
3 distinctive lines
that particular spot and was using
— 14 brilliant body styles
due caution on his return. Nothing is
more important to you than your own
} >»< I i i imi TH AT BACH new feature in the ’54 Ford
life and those who may be with you, so
n an extra dividend in driving enjoyment . . estab
rather than never get there at all;
I is I ks Lord ,Aen more in 54. as the “Worth Mor«"
let’s just say ‘I’m sorry. Huh’?
car. Yon get a special dividend in sty ling with Ford’s
Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Haseman, Ida: -
distmetiv«- new appearance. Yon get sparkling new
ha returned Wednesday of last week
interiors too. that are a divider.«! in themselves.
after spending four days with Bob and
And each of th< new Fords gives von special divi
Pat Steele at their home on the Mc
dends in rid«- and |vrforn>.itKv . . . with new Ball-
Kenzie. Mrs. Steele taught first
Joint I-rout .Suspension, the great.-st ailvance in
grade at Detroit school here three
chassis design in 20 years . . . with your choice of
years ago, while Mr. Steele was then
Fords new low friction 1 block \ 8 or I block Six.
highway patrolman in this area.
Merle and Sam Palmerton, Gay and
’•ngin.-s in any ear today! With
Pat from Moses Lake, Wash., spent
, brilliant new models to choose from, von’ll find
the holidays with her parents, Mr. and
the exact car to suit sour tastes and requirements.
Mrs. Wilbur Chestnut in Idanha.
Come in . See ant) Test Drive th« '54 Ford.
Mr. and Mrs. Huber Ray of Idanha,
motored to Winnemucka, Nevada foi
their holiday trip.
Mr. and Mrs. Verne Alvin and Mr
New Boll-feint Front Suspension
and Mis. Ray Watkins, Idanha, spent
New Years eve in Bend.
The greatest engine advances since the original FORD V-8
This rovotutioMry m suspen
«on is eidusixe to lord in its
Mr. and Mrs. Stanley White, IX-
lk>nt new 1954 Ford engines . . . th«- Y-block V-h and
held It allows gieater up and
troit, were New Y’ears eve party
extra-long engine life. Their modern short-stroke low-
down wheel travel for a
th«- • block Six . . . have overhead valves for most effi
n* smoother ride And it helps
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Cooper.
fnction design cuts friction losses . . . gives you more
keep wheels in true alignment
cient high compression operation on today 's fuels Valves
lot consistently easy handling
are free-breathing to give you the most GO . . . free-
Report from Detroit Ranger Station
Movement of wheels is on bai
New high-turbulence combustion chandlers assure a
turning to seat tightly and maintain high compression.
foints whether in up and
The Frank Moores, who were ex
more thorough mixing of fuel and air for faster more
down motion or in steering
Both engines have a deep-cast block with skirt that
pected back on Sunday from Bakers
efficient combustion. Plan to Test Drive a '54 Ford
motion right or left.
extends well below the crankshaft for greater strength
field, Calif., where they have been
You II find these new Ford power plants are the greatest
and rigidity . . . smoother, quieter performance and
visiting relatives have their neighbors
engine advances since the original Ford V-8.
worried and they hope they return
soon safe and sound.
Plus five optional power assists* you might find
The Howard Dean family spent
Christmas in Cottage Grove and ha f
only in America's costliest cars
as New Y’ears guests, Mr. Dean's
sister, and husband Mr. and Mr-.
Harry Bacina and boys, Carl and Den
nis from Eugene.
The Star Reeds xrisited friends in
Portland over the holiday.
Recent visitors at the S. T. Moor
More than ever...
home were Mr. and Mrs. Al Sorseta
and Mr. and Mrs. Michael Palmer of
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Mr. and Mrs. Ed "Loewn visited
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relatives in Seattle.
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Mr. and Mrs. Gayle Fagan xrisited
hon« « Ur» it « a »»to eon
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twr r»w*< l.n dhi>4owv
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his mother and brother in Portland.
'At .¡Hr. coat
Mr. ar.d Mrs. C. Mason took their
son, Johnny to a nursing home At
Woodburn where he is being treate
for multiple sclerosis.
Singer Sewing Center
The new 13O-h.p.
The new 115-h.p,
Make today your day for a Test Drive
HERROLO - PHILIPPI MOTOR CO.
MILL CITY, OREGON
Mason s January