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About The Mill City enterprise. (Mill City, Or.) 1949-1998 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 1, 1955)
MUFFLERS AND TAIL PIPES
Don't take a chance on a leaky exhaust system
It may take your life. We have most
POPULAR MAKES IN STOCK
FREE HEADLIGHT CHECKUP
Bring your car to us fora free headlight checkup.
If they are out of line, we can line them up in a
¡iffy for only $1.50.
DRAPER'S FLYING A SERVICE
From where I sit... ¿y Joe Marsh
A Quick Profit
Hear about Eaay Roberta laat
Friday? I helped him count hia
money—both before and after —
mo believe me, the xtory'a true.
Easy was on the way to the
bank to deposit his "cookie jar”
savings—exactly $24.96 in nick
els, dimes and quarters. He had
them in a paper bag and as we
crossed Main Street the bottom
Money went flying. Passers-by
pitched in to help recover the
coins. I.a ter on when Easy count
ed up, he had 125.05. The ‘'search
party” had turned up all of
Easy’s money plug ten cents
someone else had lost!
From where I sit, I wouldn't
want to try this "Easy" way to
make money. Usually, it takes
time for a bank roll to grow , . .
just as it takes time for a friend
ship to grow. But by respecting a
neighbor's rights —including his
right to drink coffee, tea, beer or
buttermilk, whichever and when
ever he chooses —it’s wonderful
the solid friendship you can build.
You can “bank” on that.
Copyright, 2955, United Stales Brewers t u undal wn
I from California last week, where his brother and wife, Mr. and Mrs. 2—THE MILL CITY ENTERPRISE
THURSDAY, DECEMBER 1, 1955
she had visited her mother and sister, Edmund Davis.
From all parts of the country,
both of whom were ill.
Mayor and Mrs. W. R. Hutcheson boys and girls submitted photo
Mrs. Albert Milhao
Mrs. Velma Carey and son James enteitained at dinner Thanksgiving, graphs to the Eighth Annual Nation Business and Professional
joined other members of the family members of their family. Mr. and al High School Photographic Awards. I
in Stayton, at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Parker and three A jury of well qualified judges se
Mrs. Don Carey. Present were all girls, Mr. and Mrs. Philip Cann and lected a total of 196 pictures for i
JOHN W. REID, M. D.
five of her sons, four of them mar Mrs. Cann’s mother, Mrs. Etta Reed. grand awards, special prizes and
Miss Carol Andreassen, who has honorable mentions. A selection of
ried with their wives and families.
Physician and Surgeon
Mr. and Mrs. William Pennick. been attending Linfield College is ,60 of these prize winning pictures
Patsy and Billie, spent the day in at home with her parents, Mr. and will be on display at the Gates high
school from November 28 to Decern-I
Salem at a family dinner at the Mis. R. F. Andreassen.
MILL CITY, OREGON
Mr. and Mrs. Tilman Raines were ber 9. The picture swill also be on
, home of Mrs. Pennick’s uncle and
aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Currie.
Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Fleetwood and son and family, Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Gates Parent-Teacher association
meeting, Thursday, December 1, at
son, Lyle, had as their guests Mr. Cline in Mill City.
D. E. FOSTER, D. M. D.
Mr. and Mrs. O. W. Watson and the high school at 7:30. All those in
i and Mrs. Ben Beisell and two sons
from Albany. Mrs. Beissel is their
For appointment phone
guests at the home of Mrs. Rosa view them. It is an interesting show
because of its variety and the evident
MiU City 5203 or 6608
Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Henness were Roten.
Mr. and Mrs. G. B. Frost, daugh range of talents and aptitudes.
in Dallas for the day at the home
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Kelle spent
of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Roy ter and son attended a family din
ner Thuisday at the residence of Thanksgiving at the re^dence of
Mrs. Frankie Johnson and Royal Mrs. Frost’s parents, Mr. and Mrs. their son and family, Mr. and Mrs.
Dr. Kenneth L Prince
joined Mrs. Gwen Schaer and her T. J. Shepler, in Salem. Mr. Frost’s ! Bob Kelle and children.
family at their home for Thanks- parents, Mr. and Mrs. F. D. Frost, i Thanksgiving day was observed' in
of Newberg were also present. Mr. I Gates in the traditional manner,
Phone 6608 or 5263
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Levon left
Mill City, Oregon
for San Francisco a week ago Sun visitors Friday and in the evening [ while others journeyed to other places
day to visit his parents, Mr. and attended the State Championship to join relatives and friends to feast
and give thanks for their many
Mrs. J. D. Levon and other telatives football game.
Mr. and Mrs. Orville Nygaard and blessings.
Mr. and Mrs. Bob Oliver enter
Mr, and Mrs. Gerald Heath had family celebrated again Sunday
one of their sons, Harold, home with when they attended a family dinner tained with a turkey dinner at their
J. W. GOIN
them for Thanksgiving, from Wash in Salem at the residence of Mr. Ny home for members of Mr. Oliver’s EXPERIENCED VETERINARIAN
gaard's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Oli family, his parents, Mr. and Mrs. By HAROLD’S FLORAL GARDENS
Clyde Oliver, Donalee, Ed Keith, a Phone 6338
Mrs. Margaret Clise returned home Nygaard.
Philip Hess has been hospitalized student in Portland, and Jack, who
for the past week at Santiam Mem had just returned from Korea. The
orial hospital in Stayton. Mr. Hess, family was thankful for his return.
who is past 80, received a blood
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Kist spent the
transfusion Saturday morning and is day in Woodburn at the home of
Weddle Funeral Home
reported to be very ill.
their son-in-law and daughter, Mr.
Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Ball had and Mrs. Melvin Bilyeu and son.
Modern Funeral Service
$1.50 Per Month and Up
as their guests Thanksgiving Mrs.
Mrs. Laura Joaquin was a dinner
Also Servicing Gates. Lyons
Ball’s parents, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur guest of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Keiser. 8TAYTON
Idanaha and Detroit
Blackburn, her sisters and their
Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Struckmeier
families, Mr. and Mrs. Claire Hen- had as their guests Mr. Struckmei-
MILL CITY, OREGON
ness and two youngsters and Mrs. er’s sisters, Mrs. Elma Hazen and
James Briles, of Salem.
Mrs. Ella Wagstaff, his brother-in-
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Davis, of Mill law Dr. Joseph Gray, all from Al
j City spent the day at the home of bany, and Jo Joaquin and daughter.
MIKE'S Septic Service
Any way you look at it —
Septic Tanks and Sewers Cleaneo
Phone Salem 36468, COLLECT"
1079 Elm St. W. Salem
Rebuilt motors and trans
Cars bought and sold
We buy junk.
Phone 6284, Stayton, Ore.
Prompt service in the
Canyon when you call us
Mo$f Power -up to 44% more usable power (net
horsepower) than any other pickup! Fastest getaway.
Most power for (massing . . . smooth, flexible power for
easier, safer maneuvering in traffic. You have a choice
of engines—167-h.p. Y-8 or 133-h.p. Six. Only Ford
offers modern Short Stroke power in every engine at no
extra cost. (Work-saving Fordomatic, optional.)
Most Capacity— new 8-ft. Express body gives you
biggest loadspace of any half-tonner—65.4 cu. ft. (up to
19 more cu. ft. than other pickups). Low loading height
saves time and effort. Reinforced box comers give extra
strength; slanting flareboards mean extra loadspace;
exclusive toggle-type latches provide easy operation
of tailgate. (8-ft. box available at low extra cost.)
The new FORD gives you the
most Pickup for your money
Most Safety Features — with safety design found
in no other truck. Only in a ’56 Ford will you find such
safety features as the new Lifeguard steering wheel that
helps protect driver from steering post in case of an
accident; and Lifeguard door latches that help keep
doors from jarring open in the event of collision. Also
biggest brakes in the 1 -ton field. Safer tubeless tires are
now standard on all Ford Trucks, at no extra cost. See
your Ford Dealer for a “proue-it-yourself ride" today.
Has mo rad hi« Mill City office
to Stayton in the Poet Offie*
Building, 2>d Floor, tn the
Dr. Victor J. Myers office«
Tbursdars 1 p. m. to • p. m.
343 W. FIRST, ALBANY
WE SELL BETTER
CARS FOR LESS
IT PAYS TO BUY AT
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