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About The Mill City enterprise. (Mill City, Or.) 1949-1998 | View Entire Issue (May 20, 1954)
•—THE MILL CITY ENTERPRISE
Prompt service in the
Canyon when you call us
THURSDAY, MAY 20. 1954
FLORIST and NURSERY
319 West Washington Street.
OPEN SUNDAYS AND
Joe really stepped up production
with his new McCulloch
For high-speed logging, use a McCulloch. Light
weight, power, and easy handling are the features that
pay off if you want to make real money cutting wood—
whether it’s cordwood, posts, pulp, or big timber. That’s
why it pays to buy a McCulloch, the light-weight saw
with the heavy-weight features.
Come On In— Within the next few days, stop
by our »tore tor a real demonstration of wood cutting. Or give ui
a call and we ll try to arrange a show for you at your place There's
no obligation. We just want you to see what a McCulloch can do.
6 Models Available
Santiam Equipment Co.
Shake Shack East of Mill City
Mr». Albert Millsap
Guy Sorenson, who ha» been hos-
A music festival, under the direction
of Roy Shelton, of Salem, was held ! pitalized in Salem for the past two
■ in the Gates school gymnasium, Sat- I months is reported somewhat improv
I urday afternoon. The combined school ed at thia time.
Mr. and Mr». Ed Yarnell of Salem,
bands of Detroit, Idanha, Perrydale,
Clear Lake and Gates, with several wete dinner gue.*ts of Mr. and Mrs.
special numbers from Mill City were Howard Means last Friday evening.
presented in concert. Prior to the con- “Dropin” guests of the Means’ on
' cert a nohost luncheon was served to Wednesday evening were Mr. and ;
SO band members and some parents Mrs. Gayle Lowery of Portland. Both
¡from out-of-town by Mmes. Gwen couples were former Mill City resi
Schaer, Harry Evans, Edward Chance, dents.
Stanley Vail and A. T. Bainhardt.
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas H. Shelton ‘
Teachers of the local schools, their and childten, Christine and Timmy, of
husband.* and wives were dinner J Columbia Falls, Montana, visited at
guests Monday evening at the home 1 the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs.
of Mrs. Gwen Schaer, who was as- I Glen Shelton from Wednesday until
1 sisted by Mrs. A. T. Barnhardt. Seated Friday. Tommy, as he is known here,
I at the table wete Mr. and Mrs. Don officiated at the mariiaire of his
Miley, Mr. and Mrs. Dale Reynolds, j bi other Saturday evening. He is pas- i
Mrs. Leta Dibblee, Darrell Crossler, tor of the Christian church in Colum-1
Miss Mary Page, Mr. and Mrs. Rich bia Falls. They also visited w-ith her .
ard Parker, Mr. and Mrs. A. T. Barn parents in LaGrande on the way.
hardt and Marcia, Mrs. Schaer and
Muir's Bakery had part of the
flooi in the front of their bakery re
M rs. Martha Bowes, who was op placed this past weekend. When they
erated upon for the removal of a metal removed their icecream machine for |
plate supporting a fractured hip at repair they found that the floor was
the Salem Memorial, was unable to weak in that place. Dick Pai ker was
return home the last of the week, as the man on the end of the saw and
had been planned. The operation on ■ hammer on this job.
the hip was succssful and healing but
This week, Julia Kemp, owner of
Mrs. Bowes had to remain longer for Kemp's Beauty Salon, was busy plant
treatment for the recurrence of spells ing shrubs in front of her building
of dizziness, that she has suffered on Broadway. All these things help
to make Mill City a more piesentable
Mr. and Mrs. Edmund Davis had as place in which to live.
their dinner guests Thursday even -------------------------------------------------------I
ing, Mr. and Mrs. William Grafe and
infant son, David, of Portland. Grafe ; I reported he has regained the use of
spent his entire boyhood in Gates, the i I his legs and one arm while the other
son of Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy Grafe. . arm is slowly improving.
The Gates Womans club will hold
Mr. and Mrs. Davis also had their 1
son, Edmund Jr., home over the week- the next meeting Thursday evening,
May 20, at the home of Mrs. Gwen
end, from Tacoma.
Mrs. Margaret Clise, who spent the i Schaer, with her mother, Mrs. Frankie
past two weeks in California, with Johnson and daughter, Mrs. Robert
relatives and friends, leturned home Levon assisting hostesses. New of
ficers will be installed and the annual
Mrs. Margaret Clise, who spent the “secret pal” party held, when names
past two weeks in California, with of the secret pals for the past year
relatives, returned home Friday even will be revealed. Names will be drawn
for the year to come.
Earl Beech, of Salem, Mr. and Mrs.
Visiting in Jefferson Thursday even
ing were Mr. and Mrs. William Pen Jesse Haywood and two children and
nick and two children, at the home of Frank Baechler spent the weekend
on the coast at Florence, the menfolk
Mr. and Mrs. Glen Cochran.
Mrs. L. L. Rynearson has been ill to fish.Mr. Haywood is acting post
for the past week, at her home, with master at the Gates office.
Mr. and Mrs. Merle Devine are re
a severe sore throat.
i Favorable reports from Oswald joicing over the news of the improve
Hirte have been received by his ment in the condition of their small
friends. Hirte has been hospitalized in grandson, Bernaid Etzel. The boy,
' Salem as the result of injuries re son of Mr. and Mrs. Peter Etzel (Nor
ceived in a car wreck two weeks ago. ma Devine), of Fern Ridge, has been
His head is still in tiaction but it is in a critical condition, as the result
of a raie disease, and hospitalized in
Dorenbecher in Portland for the past
month, with little hope held out for
his recovery. Last Thursday the child
took a sudden turn for the better anil
j the doctor have given his parents
' hope that he was “over the hump.”
Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Taylor from |
Molalla, were weekend guests at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. Burrel Cole.
Hand Lawn Mowers
Power Lawn Mowers
Dutch Boy Paints
We give S & H Green Stamps
Mill City, Oregon
No Use To Walk
Any longer when you can buy a good used auto
mobile at our PRE-INVENTORY USED CAR
Here are a few of our guaranteed used car specials
1952 Willis 2 door, radio, heater and
Overdrive, 20,000 miles ....................... $1095
1949 Chevrolet Sedan, heater
1951 Ford V8 2. door, heater......................... 895
1948 V8 Sedan, radio and heater................. 265
1919 Chevrolet club coupe, heater
1950 V8 Sedan, heater
1917 V8 lord coupe
1949 Mercury club coupe, radio and heater
1947 Olds sedan, radio, heater, hydramatic
1916 Buick sedan, radio and heater
1947 Ford V8 tudor
1947 Chevrolet sedan
1918 Ford Sedan, radio and heater
1951 Plymouth savoy station wagon
radio, heater. Very clean, new rings 1295
1952 Ford 2 door, heater, very clean
Kerrold-Philippi Motor Co
USED CAR LOT AT MILL CITY
Open evenings and Sundays
Home on budget prices.
Plan a picnic and then come to I. G. A. and fill your needs from our well-
stocked shelves. We handle only the best meats and groceries.
NEW LIVING ROOM GROUP
and extremely -mart.
it'» comfort able. too.
because the seats are
Upholstered in interes-
AS SMART AS TOMORROW
MODERN BEDROOM SUITE
Fine Coral Mahogany in warm
tone that harmonizes with clear
modern colors. Notice the gener
ous number of drawers and
good looking hardware.
IP OÍA IOCS SHAFTER WHITE
WE WILL BE CLOSED MONDAY. MAY 31. FOR MEMORIAL DAY
HILI TOP MARKET
tASV 10 9U’
Harold and Willie Kliewer
Mill City. Orejon.