The Mill City enterprise. (Mill City, Or.) 1949-1998, February 11, 1954, Page 5, Image 5

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    »—THE M11 L CITY ENTERPRISE THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 11, 1M54
Mr. and Mrs. George Lohman of
Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Toman spent r
Longview, Washington, spent f"
the | the weekend in Albany at the home of
Mu»s Leona Lamb of Portland was
weekend at the Clarence Howe home Mr. and Mri. OrviHe Vogt. The”Tom-
a guest at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
^ere-
an childen spent the time at the home
Don Moffatt over the weekend. On
--------------------------- of their grandparents, Mr. aad Mrs.
Saturday afternoon, Mr. and Mrs.
The Gaynighters Squaredance club Wilson Stevens,
Norris T. Aardahl of Bremerton, and
Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Farmen. Jr.,
Mr. and Mrs. S. J. Aardahl and two and children from Cottage Grove will meet this Saturday evening at the
children from Vancouver, Washing­ spent the weekend in Mill City with Orville Downing place west of Mill
Mr. and Mrs. Fount Paul, Gates.
City. All members are urged to be I who have been here for about five
ton, made a short visit
his mother, Mrs. Guy Sorenson.
present.
years while Mr. Paul was employed on
Z
Mrs. Roy Epperson suffered a
I Detroit Dam, left Monday. They ex­
Minister
and
Mrs.
Jull
drove
to
Mo-
' broken arm just above the wrist when
pect to spend some time in Nevada
she fell at her home last Saturday1 Uli* Monday to inspect the facilities and California before relocating.
while washing windows. She is now at Camp Adams, which is to be the site
! of the Christian Y’outh Camps this
carrying her arm in a cast.
Minister II. E. Jull of the Christian
summer.
FLORIST and NURSERY
church announces that his sermon
Guests at the home, of Mrs. J. F.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Farmen and subjects for Sunday will be as follows:
Potter at various times last week were
. 319 West Washington Street
her young son and wife, Mr. and children of Cottage Grove and Mrs. For the morning service, "The Great
OPEN SUNDAYS AND
Mrs. Lafe Potter of Portland; Mr. Guy Sorenson spent last week at La- Change.” and at the evening hour,
and
Mrs. Clyde Hill, her brother and Grand, visiting at the home of Mr. “The Coming of Christ.”
EVENINGS
sister-in-law from Salem; and Mrs. and Mrs. Howard Crippin and family.
Making a surprise visit here Sunday
Telephone 0684
Verne Scott from near Silverton, who
STAYTON. OREGON
is a sister-in-law of Mrs. Clifford Attending funeral services in Salem at the home of her parents was Miss
Saturday afternoon for Mrs. Joe Leia Kelly, a student at Oregon State
V
y iTiask, who is visiting here.
(Nell) Land were Mr. and Mrs. Lee College in Corvallis, ______________
and John Gab-
Ross, who were very close friends.1 rielson of Scio, who has been stationed
Mr. Land passed away less than a with the Army at Fort Ord, Californ-
year ago.
ia. His orders will take him to the
Presidio at San Francisco, after Feb­
For your savings investment buy first mortgages on real estate
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Mather, of ruary 19. They also visited his par­
Salem and vicinity. Will pay you 5*2 percent interest net.
Salem, who at one time owned a jew­ ents in Scio.
We take care of all details and collections. Offerings—
elry store here, visited friends in Mill
$20.000 farm loan highly improved. $6.000 and $20.000 loans
City Monday. Mr. Mather attended
Salem business properties, excellent security. Other loans
the Charter night meeting of the
Lions club.
in smaller amounts.
Mill Ends*
Raleigh Harold
$ $
INVESTMENTS
$ $
I
State Finance Company
Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Walkup and
sons Hugh and the twins, Lee and
1 Lane, spent Sunday at the Hugh
Walkup home here. The twins re­
mained here over night and returned
, to their home in Salem Monday with
their father.
16" S High Street
Telephone 34121
Cooked Food Sale
Kenny Johnson, Allan and David
Vail of Gates, surprised Douglas i
Hirte on his 14th birthday anniversary ,
Satuiday afternoon. Mrs. W. B. Hirte
I served refreshments of ice cream, |
cake and cherry pie for her son and
his guests. They took in the show in
the evening.
SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 13
HINZ COFFEE SHOP, Mill City
Sale from 10:00 A. M. until 4:00 P. M.
Chili, Sandwiches, Salad and Coffee
Served at Noon
Crossler’s
Grocery
Dog License Due
FEES—
PENALTY —
In Marion County
After March 1st
Male ........................ $1.00
Sp. Female
$1.00
Female .................. $2.00
Male.......................... $3.00
Sp. Female
$3.00
Female
$4.00
Make Money Orders or Checks Payable to:
H. C. MATTSON, County Clerk
Salem. Oregon
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How to treat
your friends
Olympia just naturally belongs
whenever good friends get together.
Stock up on the beer with
the rare ingredient.
C’ rjff’l filter *-eens have
I s-!. :t.■ cognized for years as
a n;i jor r.’.ise of oil burner
service er>lls.
Shell Research spent 15
years developing a way to
combat screen clogging. The
result «as FOA-5X, an ad­
ditive that is now in every
gallon of Shell Furnace On.
L‘i ing three years of ex-
haueti’.e ¡'•sting of FOA-5X in
thousa nds of homes not a single
case oj burner failure tlue to a
clogged filter screen was re­
ported.
For carefree heat all sea­
son, switch to Shell Furnace
Oil with FOA-5X. It costs
no more than ordinary heat­
ing oils. Call us today. We’ll
make a'l ♦’»e arrangemei ts.
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SHELL
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HEATING
OILS
O lympic
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BEER
O'ympiQ Brewing C© ,
Olymp o, Wn,, U.S A.’<
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H. L. ASHBY
Distributor
SHELL PRODUCTS
Phone Stayton 4774
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Leo’s Richfield Service
Phone 3251
Hot Values
100 Per Cent Wool Shirts
(Jet them on this special close­
out sale in broken sizes.
FAMOUS "BUCKSKEIN JOE" and
"BLACK BEAR"BRANDS
Regular Price
$8.95
Close-out Price
$6.95
$5.95
$4.95
Our prices are low,
The quality is high,
Just drive up and
Give us a try.
FREE—Matinee Tickets
MILL CITY
15 Years of Shell Research
Overcomes A Major Cause
c Cil Burner Service Calls
Car Completely Washed
Tires Painted Mats Cleaned
Car Waxed
We pick up and deliver
$7.95
Phone 3206
FAIRVIEW CEMETERY ASSOCIATION
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A friendly store
That gives—
S & H Green Stamps.
ON THE HIGHWAY
Proceeds go to
Valentine Cleanup
Special
Wash Wax Job $4.98
$«.95
Theatre tickets for the Saturday matinee will be
given FREE with any purchase at our store. Get
them for all your children.
Hilltop General Store
Phone 2724
Mill City, Oregon