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6—THE MILL CITY ENTERPRISE THURSDAY. FEBRUARY II. 1951
ing the rooms and also in the refresh-
ments served by the hostesses at the
close of the evening After the bu.i-
H A M B U R G E R
The Mehama Home Extension Unit ness meeting a social time was enjoyed
I met for their February 'meeting at by the 20 members and one visitor
PUBLIC ACCOUNTANT | the home of Mrs. Ray Roberts Friday, present. Visitors are always wel
February 5. The meeting started at come.
Bookkeeping, Accounting and
10:30 with a demonstration on "Keep
Mr. and Mrs. Bert Pyree of Pratum
ing Up to Date With Textiles,” pre were visiting friends and former
Corner 3rd 4 Marion
neighbors here Sunday.
agent, Pauline Schaplosky. A delicious
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Castle were called
Open daily 2 p. m. to 8 p. m.
i buffet luncheon was served at noon to Portland last week by the sudden
Open Sunday* 4 p m. to 8 pm.
by a committee composed by Mrs. Ted death of Mr. Castle’s brother. Jack.
MUI City O egon
Pruitt, Mr». Tilman Rains, Mrs. Per Jack Castle lived here several years
ry Clipfell and Mrs. Charles Boucha. ago.
The business meeting in the afternoon
Returning home Wednesday of last
was conducted by the vice chairman, week were Mr. and Mrs, Allen Grif
Mrs. Ray Roberts who also entertain fith, who have been visiting in Kan
ed with a few games and tricks. The sas and other places since Thanksgiv
next meeting will be held at the Dale ing. They visited relatives in Californ
Crandall home March 5 and the sub ia before returning home.
ject will be “Care of Walls, Wood
The Ira Kirsch home was the
work and Floors.” Anyone interested scene of a large gathering Sunday
is cordially invited to attend these evening honoring Pvt. Dale Kirsch
meetings. A baby sitter is provided.
BASSETT’S W ELDING SHOP
who returned to Fort Belvoir, Va. the
Mrs. Harold Longfellow, Mrs. Aus first of the week after spending his .
tin Longfellow and Mrs. Larry Prich leave at the home of his parents here.
ard were hostesses for the meeting After he returns to camp, Pvt. Kirsch
Sweet Home. Philomath
of the Women’s club at the club house will be assigned to overseas duty. Dale
Branch Store Lyons
Tuesday evening, February 1. The entered the services last June.
Valentine motif w’as used in decorat-
Mr. and Mrs. Janeway and family
I have moved here from Florence to
1 make their home. Mrs. Janeway is a
sister of Mrs. Orville Bilyeu.
Sunday dinner guests at the Jerry
Coffman home were Mr. and Mrs.
Dick Wilson of Scio, who formerly re
! W. N. SIMMONS Í
By Mrs. John Teeters
The Fairview Cemetery association
including women from both Gates and
wiU hol<J a foO(J s>,e >t the
former Hinz Coffee shop Saturday
from 10 a. m. until 4 p. m. Lunch of
coffee, sandwiches, sandwiches and
salads will be served at noon.
Mr. and Mrs. D. B. Hill spent the
weekend as guests of Mr. and Mrs.
Sven Eliassen of Albany. They re
turned home Sunday by way of Sweet
Home where they called on Mr. and
Mrs. David Epps in their new home
on the South Santiam river. The Epps
formerly owned a furniture store in
"a hale cobbler is a better man
Gooch Logging Supply
"Everything for the Logger
T hrough the years many wise men have < empha-
sized the true richness of glowing, vibrant I health.
No one has summarized the almost universal I recog-
nition of the value of health better than Bickerstaff.
who said. \ hale cobbler is a better man than a
rhe chief job of the physician and the pharmacist
is to keep you well. To this end both are educated,
equipped, and dedicated in purpose. As pharmacists,
we are better prepared than ever before to serve the
health needs of this community. We invite you to
inspect our modern prescription laboratory.
Word was received by Mr. and Mrs.
Leo Russell this week from Mr. and
Mrs. Louis Myers, who are vacation
ing at Sonora, California. They report
¡rood fishing in the bay down there.
• True, that "little illness"
you'»« beer mentionin' in
an offhanC way, may n,.
seem to amount to much—
just a few faint symptoms.
But, neglected, thest "little
ills" can lead to big bills for
doctors, medicines, etc; not
so mention needless suffering
and loss of precious time.
Consult a Doctor now—
you’ll save by it in the end.
And, of course, we hope you'll
bring his prescription to as
foe careful compounding.
3 for $1.00
BROWN OR POWDERED
Capitol Drug Co.
PRICED FROM 1 CENT UP :
Brown & Haley Chocolates ♦
Treat your Valentine to the be>t
The Best Chocolates—Beautifully Boxed
Priced from 85c up
UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE
We will close at 8:00 P. M. instead of 8:30 P. M.
MILL CITY PHARMACY
J. C. Kimmel
IGA— |Q lb bag
K tchup Tastes
Velveeta ( HEESE
1 lb 35c 3 lbs $1.00
Salt Pork Squares * 33c
pound 39c Franke
ridllhb <l!d Fashioned 1 lb 29c
On the purvhaae of one of our
NABISCO—CHOCOLATE CHIP PECAN
Have You Heard
2 tali cans.27
15 ounce cans
( lam Chowder 24c
Ground Pork and Ham
( ello Pkgs.
Wednesday, Feb. 17
Grade School Gym, Mill City
A good lively show, full of music and fun
All proceeds from this event will go toward Civic Improvement.
You’ll enjoy this all Home Talent Production.
We reserve the right to limit quantities
* ’ 4?
Don’t miss it