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About The Mill City enterprise. (Mill City, Or.) 1949-1998 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 11, 1954)
and Mrs. Lyle Rush and two children, Klamath, California, were weekend
at the ----------
home -- of •••■ his parents. •
Salem. . Mrs.
Rush’ s s cuusui»,
ter, for the three six weeks’ periods and Mrs Clifford Robinson and two | Mr. and. Mrs Burrel Cole. Sunday
and semester tests.
grandchildren, of Salem and Mr. the family drove to Falls City to visit
son and family, Mr. and Mrs.
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By Mrs. Albert Millsap
A. T. Barnhardt were hostesses at Rush . of ...
Students of the Gates Junior-Sen- the home of the former, Wednesday
ior high school to make the honor roll evening, complimenting Mis. Don
for the semester, as reported by Don Gordon with a baby shower. Canasta day when a group of friends gathered
No Operation—No Hospitalization
Miley, superintendent, are as follows: and 500 were in play prior to the 1 at her home to celebrate her birthday
FREI DESCRIPTIVE BOOKLET
Ellen and Otis Chance (twins) and opening of the gifts. Mrs. Floyd Völkel I anniversary, which fell on Tuesday.
Donaless Oliver, 9th grade;
10th: received first prize at canasta and I February 9. For entertainment during
grade, May Haywood; 11th, John Mrs. Raymond Hobbs held high score | the afternoon Junior Francisco, of
DR. R. REYNOLDS CLINIC
Barnhardt and Loretta Stahlman; 12th 1 at 500. Refreshments were served by Salem showed movies, in technicolor,
Jerry Larson. Grades were I the hostesess to the honored guest, of those attending the birthday re
1144 Center Street
based on the average of “B” or bet- , Mrs. Gordon, Mrs. Glen Gordon, Mrs. ception held in observance of the 93th
I W. R. Hutcheson, Mrs. Richard birthday of Mrs. Lake's father. “T”
Parker, Mrs. Floyd Völkel, Mis. Dale Henness, in September and many
Reynolds, Mrs. Don Miley, Mrs. Percy scenes taken in Japan, by Mr. Fran
Mulligan, Mrs. Raymond Hobbs and cisco. Those complimenting Mrs. Lake
Sunday were, Mr. and Mrs. Fred
Mrs. Albert Millsap.
Ratzburg and Mr. Francisco, of Salem,
Mrs. Cecil Haun left by train, from Mrs. F. E. Barney, Mill City, and Mr.
Portland for Nebraska, Wednesday 1 and Mrs. Lincoln Henness, Mr. and
morning upon news of the serious ill- ■ Mrs Edmund Davis, Mrs. Fred Guen-
ness of her father. Mrs. Haun and ski and Mrs. Clyde Schroeder, all of
family had only recently returned to Gates.
to Gates from Redding, California,
L. T. Henness, who was ill for some
where Mr. Haun had been employed
has fully recovered and is en
for several months.
Mr. and Mrs. George Bailey, from joying our beautiful spring weather.
Tualatin, were Saturday visitors in He will observe his 100th birthday an
niversary in September.
Mr. and Mrs. Glen Henness drove to
Mrs. Lincoln Henness returned home
the last of the week from Salem,, Battleground, Wash., Sunday to visit
where she had been at the home of' a former resident of Gates, Mrs. Paul
her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and I Ratzeburg, who has been in poor
Mrs. James Wiltsey. Mrs. Henness' health for some time. Former Gates
has been ill for several weeks but is friends may be interested to learn
that the source of trouble has been
reported to be feeling much better.
Mrs. W. F. Struckmeier is in Port-1 located and hopes for her full recovery
land at the home of her son-in-law | are good. She returned to a Portland
and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Charles 1 hospital Sunday afternoon for, a
Stutzman, while Mrs. Stutzman is checkup.
hospitalized following major surgery. | Darrel Cole and son, Randy, from I
Weekend guests at the home of Mr. i
and Mrs. Albert Millsap were their
son and family, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph
.... there was a wolf. In fact, we still have wolves, but
Millsap, Miss Bettye and Robert. Mrs.
to smart people
they have lost their force ....
Leo Poole and infant son, of Mon
who put a little away each payday to keep the wolf away.
mouth, were Sunday afternoon callers.
People who live happily ever after are those who save
Mrs. Poole, before her marriage and
Miss Millsap were room mates while
a little today.
students at the University of Oregon.
Mr. and Mrs. Claude Seilard, of
Today is the day to start a Savings Account at the
Salem visited Mrs. Ned Richards
Mill City State Bank.
Where Friends Meet
Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Seilard and
family were former residents of Gates.
On Highway 222, Linn County Side
Mrs. Richards is still unable to be
out of bed, only for a short time each
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Wilson spent
George “Sparky” Ditter
Saturday in Stayton at the home of
their daughter, Mrs. Donald Carey.
Mr. Wilson is on vacation from his
position at the Marion Forks Fish
Weekend and Sunday guests at the
MEMBER FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORP.
home of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Rush
were their two sons and families, Mr.
4—THE MILL CITY ENTERPRISE THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 11. 1954
ONCE UPON A TIME
MILL CITY STATE BANK
When you come here you can be assured of good
treatment in a pleasant atmosphere. Make it a
habit to visit us daily.
Another Ford Truck FIRST 1
NEW Ford deep-block engines !
Smooiiier power, greater strength,
Meet your friends here for the
Best In Beverages
“BILL” GRAHAM, Owner
From where I sit... ¿y Joe Marsh
Wish I'd Said That
You know Miss Perkins. Well,
she's been driving her own car
■ round our town for a little more
than 30 years.
And Ford now glvos you the mightiest
toncantration of power per cubic Inch
ever In any truck angina lino! Plus
new advances In cobs and capacities
to give you TRIPLE ECONOMY!
4FVLY FORIi given you gas-saving, L ow -F riction , high-
eonipnanion, overhead-valve, deep-block engines in all
truck models' For their small displacement. Ford engine«
develop more pouvr than other-make truck engines.
SnuiUer-dirplaet ment engine» normally need leu go»!
New Ford 3-man Drirtrited Cabs give you the operating
economies that result when the driver stay’s freth on the
job! New Ford Faetory-lìuilt 6-Wheeler»! New Ford Cab
Forward Bit; J obs !
Naw tort Da.p Block d««lgn giva« high««t «trvctvrol rigidity of any truck
•ngin«»' Main bearing« get full 240 »upport. Smoother high-compre»»ton perform
ance! Longer lifel More efficient operation! Fro ven in a billion mile« of trucking1
The other day she had a bit of
trouble parking down on Main
Street Didn't quite make it the
first try, so she pulled out to
start over when a fellow waiting
to pass started tooting his horn
On the second try, she was still
having a little difficulty and so
this smart aleck hollered, "Lady,
do you know how to drive?” “Yes,
young man," Miss Perkins an-
swered, “I do. But 1 don’t have
time to teach you now.”
From where I sit. it’s not al
ways easy to have a good answer
ready when you need it. But when
somebody insists that I vote for
his candidate, for instance, nr
choose tea instead of a temperate
glass of beer with dinner, I know
the answer. It’s all a matter of
personal preference . .. and none
of us like “backseat driving" from
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