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About The Mill City enterprise. (Mill City, Or.) 1949-1998 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 10, 1955)
THE MILL CITY ENTERPR1SETHL RSDAY, NOVEMBER 10. 195.»
George Stewart and Arlo Titers re
turned last week with their elk.
Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Davies f
visited friends in Springfield Sun
Lloyd Hinkle, «ho is attending
Bible school in Seattle, spent the
weekend at his home here.
Dr. Kenneth Prince will have his
office open in Mill City Saturdays
only during the winter months.
Mr. and Mr. Don Moffatt, and son,
Brian, spent the weekend vis ting
relatives in the Portland and Gresh-
We wish at this time to thank all of you fine people for the
splendid patronage you have given us since we have owned the
Gates General Store. It has been a pleasure to do
Business With You.
We take this opportunity also to extend a welcome to
Eddie and Ruth Kershaw, the new owners of the store. We sin
cerely hope you will extend to them the same courtesies shown
us in the past. We are confident they will be an
asset to the area.
Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Hill of Salem.
are spending a few days this week
i at the home of his sister, Mrs. J.
i F. Potter.
Mr. and Mrs. Bill Stover and
children made a trip to Mt. Hood
Tuesday. They reported not too
much snow on the mountain at the
Woman's Council of the
Christian church will meet Wednes
day, November 16 at 2 p. m. in the I
church basement, with Mrs. E. K.
Fish as hostess.
Mr. and Mrs. Bob Draper motored
to Portland Sunday to visit at the
home of Mr. Draper’s mother, Mrs.
Jack Johnson, and also with Mr. and
M rs. Al Buenaman.
Checks are on
Bill Hoffman, former resident here,
but lately of Auburn, Wash., was
scheduled to leave Thursday for
Parks AFB, near San Francisco.
Hoffman giaduated here in 1953.
Airman Michael Podrabsky, son
of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Podrabsky
wiites his parents that he had frac
tured a knee while serving with
the Air Force at an Alaskan airbase.
Mr. and Mrs. Art Cole, son Fred,
and Charles McGee, of Salem, were
Sunday visitors at the Jay Masons.
At the Mason home this week is Mrs.
W. C. Taylor, who arrived here from
Yes, thousands of Christmas Club
members will be receiving their checks
from U. S. National this week ... in
time for carefree Christmas shopping.
If you aren’t receiving a Christmas Club
check this year, be sure to get one next year
—by joining U. S. National’s,Christmas
Club. Save a little each week—anything
from 50c to $10—and receive the entire
amount plus interest for next year’s
really carefree Christmas shopping.
Choose the plan you wish and join now . . .
then there’ll be a Christmas Club
check in the mail for you next year.
Patty June Stewart and John J.
Payton, wish to take thia means of
inviting their friends to their wed
ding Saturday, November 26 at 8
p. m. at the Presbyterian church in
Mill City. There will be a reception
following the ceremony.
According to Chuck Lovell, his
step-son, Richard Anderson, is now
with the U. S. Army in Korea. He
was originally at Fort Monmouth,
New Jersey, and attended electronics
school in Aberdeen, Maryland, fin-
ishing at the head of his class.
Jim Kesterson Monday proved
again that the North Santiam is a
good place to fish, and Mill City is
I as good as any place to fish the
river. He came out with an 18-inch
rainbow for his efforts. He said the
high water made it a good fight.
I A son was born to Mr. and Mrs.
¡William F. Shepherd. Jr., Tuesday
| afternoon at Santiam
hospital. Paternal grandparents are
¡Mr. and Mrs. W. Floyd Shepherd,
and maternal grandparents
Minister and Mrs. Hugh E. Jull. The
new arrival tipped the scales at 8
pounds 15 ounces, and has been
named lx-Roy David.
Minister and Mrs. H. E. Jull were
pleasantly surprised at the Linger-
longer hour following the evening
¡service at the Christian church
Sunday evening by members and
friends present, who presented them
with a boutonniere and corsage, re
spectively, an anniversary cake and
greeting card shower in honor
their 28th wedding anniversary.
Zenith Appliance Special
One 15 ft. Upright Freezer regular $389.95
One 19 ft. Upright Freezer Regular $469.95
We have a few good used wood heaters and
oilheatersin excellent condition at good
Hilltop General Store
A & M Toman
Mill City. Oregon
Floyd and Elsie Völkel
We wish to announce that we have purchased the
GATES GENERAL STORE
from Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Völkel and invite you to come in and
get acquainted with us.
We will strive to keep the store up to
its present high standard and will do our utmost
to merit your patronage.
Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Kershaw
( Ed and Ruth)