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About The Mill City enterprise. (Mill City, Or.) 1949-1998 | View Entire Issue (March 4, 1954)
Imittee and building fund. Assisting Maybe they were telling the truth «—THE MILL CITY ENTERPRISE
THURSDAY, MARC H I. 1954
her will be Mrs. Otto Russell, Mr*. after all.
■ Tax Consultant
Melba Harlan and Mrs. Elaine E ar
Weekend visitors at the Lee How
row. Heading the Memorial founda land home was Mrs. Howlands broth
By Boots Champion
Our snack bar will be
Mrs. Ellen Manning of Detroit left tion committee is Boots Champion, as in-law and sister, the Cecil Vedito’s
moved back to the trailer
heie Monday to enter Physicians and sisted by Irene Stout and Helen Bry and children, Ma: ion and Jimmy of
PUBLIC accountant Sui geon’s hospital in Portland where ant. The Auxiliary will sponsor a show Springfield.
which will be shown at the Detroit
Bookkeeping, Accounting and • she underwent surgery.
Ray May, accompanied by Edna school gym March 17. The title and
Successful is the man who can get
Hours will lie 2:30 to 8:30
Myers, and Mrs. Ann Fagan spent time of show will be announced later. plenty of money without
week days. 11 a. m. to 8:30
last week in Portland visiting with The next business meeting will be money get him.
friends and relatives.
p. m. Sundays & Holidays. Telephone 41'14
P.O. Box 1321
Mr. and Mrs. Marion Kite enteitain-
It is a safe bet that the man who is
At Thursday evening’s PTA meet
RELCOM’S Snack Bar
__________ __________ ’inc ed at their home Wednesday evening ing held at the Detroit school, guest around asking for sympathy will
with a pot luck chicken dinner. At speaker was Don Miley, superintend make bad use of it.
tending were Mr. and Mrs. Otto Rus ent of the Gates school, who spoke on
sell, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Smith, consolidation of schools.
Irene Stout, Elaine Farrow, Oskie
An election on school consolidation
Nybeig, Tommy Sheehan and the will be held March 29 from 2 to 9 in
host and hostess, Mr. and Mrs. Mar the library at the Detroit school.
A teenager dance will be held
The FOE Auxiliary will sponsor an March 12 at the Detroit school gym.
Easter Egg hunt, Easter morning for On Tuesday the Detroit High School
*4 ELLIT THRU THE.
the children in this area. The time and juniors extend a personal invitation to
HASSETT’S WELDING SHOP
place will be announced later. Con the (iates high school students. The
tainers will be placed in business es dance is open to all teenagers. Music
tablishments, and contributions will will be furnished by the Harry West-
I be appreciated.
ley orchestra of Salem.
Branch Store Lyons
•Sweet Home, Philomath
At a special meeting held Thurs
Al Cokenaur of Idanha, accompan
day aftenoon by the FOE Auxiliary, ied by Mr. and Mrs. John Estey of
Fowler Clothes Dryers
! Mrs. Melba Dellaire was appointed Detroit, motored to Ocean Lake last
See The Mill City Enterprise for your Printing Needs I | chairman of the entertainment com- . weekend.
The Esteys visited with Mrs.
| Gladys Montgomery who is a sister
of Mr. Estey. Al visited his wife and
family, who moved to their home there
A comedy, “Mr. Bean goes to Lima*'j
will be presented some time in April'
at the Detroit school gym by the high
school students. The date will be an-I
Phone,! 634 Lyons, Ore
nounced later. The play is under the
supervision of Joyce Watkins, of,
j Mr. and Mrs. John Bryant enter
tained with a dinner Sunday evening.
••• M» first for . . .
Guests were Mr. and Mrs. Earl Lay
man, Mr. and Mrs. Francis Stout, Mr.
No need to have clothes with spots
and Mrs. Bird Gescher, and Mrs. Mel
when you can have them cleaned
Weekend visitors at the Harold
by us for so little.
• Foclary-trairwd Expert»
Champion home were Miss Evylne
Just call Mill City 3418
• Genuine Hetpoint Fort»
Czarnetski and Mr. and Mrs. W. P.
pick up your cleaning and
George of Salem.
deliver it to you promptly.
Also Complete Service
gave their benefactors the bum’s rush
73/< oz. can
on all makes
when they arrived in Detroit Tuesday
evening. The young fellows ages
about 12-13 were picked up by Jerry Ranges and Water Heaters
48 HOUR SERVICE
Myers, and Miss Baker last Tuesday
evening, east of the Maples. The boys
Mill City, Oregon
said they were from Stayton and were
on their way to visit an aunt, Martha
Hours 9 to 6
Douglas, who lived in Idanha.
On arriving in Detroit, Miss Baker
With Mush rooms
entered the Lake to telephone author
ities. A deputy happened to be there.
In the meantime the boys told Myers
Tiny Tot Brisling 2^ oz. can
they had to go to a rest room and
No. 2 size
immediately hit for the tall timber
across the street. A search for them
went on through the night, but no
boys. The next morning the paper man
found two boys sitting on the porch
of an Idanha store at 6 a. m. When
asked what they were doing there,
they replied they were waiting for the
store to open. No doubt they were our
elusive boys. About two years ago,
a Mary Douglas resided in Idanha.
12 oz can
i W. N. SIMMONS i
Gooch Logging Supply
Everything for the Logger
Orange Juice $9c
Are You A
2 lb. box
CRACKERS - 49c
Peanut Butter 39c Green Peppers i 5c
Krisp Celery ¿ 9c
Skippy Creamy or ('hunk
11 oz. .lar
1. G. A. (’ream Style
RADISHES or GREEN ONIONS
Round Steak & Sirloin Tips RQC
BEEF CHUCK ROAST
We reserve the right to limit quantities
SPONSORED BY THE
Gates P. T. A
We have numerous detailed'
plans on how to construct>
very fine pieces of furniture. I
From the very simple de
sign to the elaborate.
Gates Hi School Gym
Open On Saturdays
Kelly Lumber Sales
East City Limits Hiwav 222
DANCING FROM 9 TO 12
Lunch Will Be Served
Come Have Fun
GOOD QUALITY BEEF
Friday, March 5
Check With Us Before
Ordering Your Spring Needs
We Can Supply Your Needs
Regardless of Quantity on Any of These Items
Santiam Fanners Co-op
(»rinding and Mixing