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About The Mill City enterprise. (Mill City, Or.) 1949-1998 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 11, 1954)
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3—THE MILL CITY ENTERPRISE THURSDAY, FERRI ARY 11. 1954
MILL CITY MEAT MARKET
Quality Meats and Groceries
a Dull Moment
“At the Bottom of the Hill”
MILL CITY TAVERN
Byron Davis, Owner
Mill City, Oregon
The famous SINGER* 99 Round
Bobbin Sewing Machine with these
THE MILL CITY
Back Tack Stitch
Lightweight Carrying Case
And it will make wonderful decora
tive stitches without attachments.
U DOWN PAYMENT • EASY TERMS • LIBERAL TRADE IN ALLOWANCE
SINGER SEWING CENTER
SINCSR SSWINO MACHINS CO.
Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Crosier made
a business trip to Salem Tuesday.
Open On Saturdays
Kelly Lumber Sales
East City Limits Hiway 222
Mr. and Mrs. Eldon Hutchinson and
family motored to Scio Sunday to
visit at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
SPECIALIZING IN DINNERS
Mr. and Mrs. Jake Myers, from up
on the Little Northfolk left the latter
part of the week for a vacation to be
spent in California and Mexico. They
plan on being gone about three weeks.
Mr. and Mrs. Bob Hill and children.
Bobby and Stewart, spent the weekend
in the Hill cottage at Road’s End, on I
the Oregon coast. Also spending the
weekend there in their own cottage
were the Russell Kelly and Carl Kelly
The Mountain Maids girls shuffle
board team from The Lake at Detroit
lost a game to the Meander Inn girls
played here Tuesday evening by a
score of 114 to 151. Next Tuesday
night the Meander Inn girls team will
play The Cedars tavern in Detroit.
Mr. and Mrs. H. I. Plymale, accomp
anied by Charles Golden, motored to
Idanha Sunday where they spent the
day at the Clyde Golden home. Charles
Golden, who had been working down
heer for a few days remained at his
home in Idanha.
Mr. and Mrs. George Veteto spent
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the weekend in Salem at the home of
vember 10, 1944 at the post office at
Mil) City, Oregon, under the Act of Mrs. Victoria Stiffler. Sunday even
ing they were joined by Mr. and Mrs.
March 3, 1879.
Lowell Stiffler, who had been visit
DON W. MOFFATT Editor-Publisher ing at the Lester Schroeders, a broth
er of Mrs. Stiffler.
We have a complete selection
of wrought iron legs and ac
cessories to make any kind
of wrought iron furniture
Kinged Prester Foot
ISO N. Commercial
By Ytonne Dart
Members of the Class of 1955 are
! making preliminary plans for the
j Junior Prom to be held in April. Per
sonal invitations will be sent to grad
uates of the past five years. There is
a standing open invitat'on to all
alumni and their wives, or husbands.
The chairmen of the committees are
; decoration: JoAnn Leach, Carol An-
dreassen, and Darlene Huege; re
freshments, Nancy Bruder; entertain
ment, Ralph Jull and George Rambo;
clean up, Terry Dustan; piogram, in
vitations, Hazel Caudle.
Homemaking class has completed
its sewing unit ajid will now study
home management for several weeks.
Saturday, February 6, Regine Brew
er was honored with a tea in Salem
j by Chemeteka Chapter of Daughters
of American Revolution. Regine was
given the DAR citizen award pin and
| is a candidate for the annual DAR
i pilgrimage to Washington, D. C.
Saturday, February 13 the Sopho-
I mores are giving a Sweetheart’s ball.
I From each class a princess and prince
i were chosen. They are: freshman:
Sherry Hansen and Jim Sullivan; so
phomores: Jan Ross and Lloyd Ross;
Juniors: Carol Andreassen and Phillip
Carey; and Seniors: Carol Blazek and
CLOSED MONDAY AND TUESDAY
—Serving Y’our Favorite Cocktails—
For GENUINE PARTS
♦ and SER VICE on.
Brigqs Stratton and Clinton
. . . find All Makes and
Models of Magnetos . . .
E.H. BURRELL CO
565 North High, Salem
DUTCH BOY PAINTS
TRY OCR NEW
Flat Wall Enamel
(’overs in one coat. Large selection
We still have a few closeout items
in paint at
Rental Floor Sander
WE GIVE S&H GREEN STAMPS
Complete Automotive Repair
Our factory trained mechanics and mod
ern equipment are at your service.
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Gene Teague Chevrolet
Stay ton, Oregon
Deadening Felt : :
KEEP YOUR CAR ROLLING!
Little Adjustments Grow Into Large Repairs
We Otter You
NO JOB TOO LARGE
AND NONE TOO SMALL